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Richardson grew firm, helped others along way

George T. Richardson (right), governor of the Hudson's Bay Company signs the agreement turning over the company's 300-year-old archives to the Manitoba government. Looking on are Premier Ed Schreyer (left) and Bill Lalonde, of the company's northern stores department dressed in the style of the era. July, 1973 (Gerry Cairns / Winnipeg Free Press)
George T. Richardson in a 1993 corporate photo from James Richardson and Sons, LTD.  (Winnipeg Free Press)
George Richardson in August, 1996.  (Phil Hossack / Winnipeg Free Press)
George Richardson with his son Hartley Richardson, 2005. (KEN GIGLIOTTI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
 George Richardon at the Western Canadian Aviation Museum, 2005.  (KEN GIGLIOTTI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
George Richardson and his wife, Tannis. (GEORGE DOUKLIAS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
George T. Richardson (right), governor of the Hudson's Bay Company signs the agreement turning over the company's 300-year-old archives to the Manitoba government. Looking on are Premier Ed Schreyer (left) and Bill Lalonde, of the company's northern stores department dressed in the style of the era. July, 1973 - (Gerry Cairns / Winnipeg Free Press)
George T. Richardson in a 1993 corporate photo from James Richardson and Sons, LTD. - (Winnipeg Free Press)
George Richardson in August, 1996. - (Phil Hossack / Winnipeg Free Press)
George Richardson with his son Hartley Richardson, 2005. - (KEN GIGLIOTTI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
George Richardon at the Western Canadian Aviation Museum, 2005. - (KEN GIGLIOTTI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
George Richardson and his wife, Tannis. - (GEORGE DOUKLIAS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS)
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Updated on Thursday, May 15, 2014 at 11:48 AM CDT: Corrects spelling of honorary

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