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The North East corner of Portage and Main, 1920.

    L. B. Foote / Winnipeg Free Press Archives The North East corner of Portage and Main, 1920.

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Winnipeg Free Press carrier boys wearing surgical masks during the

    L. B. Foote / Winnipeg Free Press Archives Winnipeg Free Press carrier boys wearing surgical masks during the "spanish" flu epidemic in 1918.

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Celebration of King George V's jubiliee in front of Legislative Building, with the University of Manitoba Broadway campus in the background, 1935.

    L. B. Foote / Winnipeg Free Press Archives Celebration of King George V's jubiliee in front of Legislative Building, with the University of Manitoba Broadway campus in the background, 1935.

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St. Johns Ambulance of C.P.R. Weston at Assiniboine Park, July 15, 1939.

    L. B. Foote / Winnipeg Free Press Archives St. Johns Ambulance of C.P.R. Weston at Assiniboine Park, July 15, 1939.

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British actress and comedian Gracie Fields in front of the Countess of Dufferin during a fundraising tour, 1940.

    L. B. Foote / Winnipeg Free Press Archives British actress and comedian Gracie Fields in front of the Countess of Dufferin during a fundraising tour, 1940.

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Winnipeg figure skating champion Mary Rose Thacker Temple outside the CNR Station, 1942.

    L. B. Foote / Winnipeg Free Press Archives Winnipeg figure skating champion Mary Rose Thacker Temple outside the CNR Station, 1942.

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Winnipeg was subject to a devastating wind storm on June 17, 1919. Looking along Burrows avenue from Andrews street the street strewn with debris from the Strathcona School and wrecked houses.

    L. B. Foote / Winnipeg Free Press Archives Winnipeg was subject to a devastating wind storm on June 17, 1919. Looking along Burrows avenue from Andrews street the street strewn with debris from the Strathcona School and wrecked houses.   (Winnipeg Free Press)

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Winnipeg was subject to a devastating wind storm on June 17, 1919. 
A section of roof blown onto the automobile in which ex-Chief MacPherson and Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie were riding. The car and occupants were struck by a large section of apartment block roofing blown from King to Main street.

    L. B. Foote / Winnipeg Free Press Archives Winnipeg was subject to a devastating wind storm on June 17, 1919. A section of roof blown onto the automobile in which ex-Chief MacPherson and Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie were riding. The car and occupants were struck by a large section of apartment block roofing blown from King to Main street.   (Winnipeg Free Press)

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Winnipeg was subject to a devastating wind storm on June 17, 1919. 
House somewhat dilapidated - Front view of 575 and 577 (Freedman's houses) Magnus Street.

    L. B. Foote / Winnipeg Free Press Archives Winnipeg was subject to a devastating wind storm on June 17, 1919. House somewhat dilapidated - Front view of 575 and 577 (Freedman's houses) Magnus Street.   (Winnipeg Free Press)

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Winnipeg was subject to a devastating wind storm on June 17, 1919.

    L. B. Foote / Winnipeg Free Press Archives Winnipeg was subject to a devastating wind storm on June 17, 1919.   (Winnipeg Free Press)

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Winnipeg was subject to a devastating wind storm on June 17, 1919.

    L. B. Foote / Winnipeg Free Press Archives Winnipeg was subject to a devastating wind storm on June 17, 1919.   (Winnipeg Free Press)

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Winnipeg was subject to a devastating wind storm on June 17, 1919. Looking west from street railway Subway on Portage Avenue. All power, electrical poles and trolley wires down from Subway west to C.N.R. tracks.

    L. B. Foote / Winnipeg Free Press Archives Winnipeg was subject to a devastating wind storm on June 17, 1919. Looking west from street railway Subway on Portage Avenue. All power, electrical poles and trolley wires down from Subway west to C.N.R. tracks.   (Winnipeg Free Press)

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Winnipeg was subject to a devastating wind storm on June 17, 1919. 
Shows the accumulated debris in front of Strathcona School, looking northwest.

    L. B. Foote / Winnipeg Free Press Archives Winnipeg was subject to a devastating wind storm on June 17, 1919. Shows the accumulated debris in front of Strathcona School, looking northwest.   (Winnipeg Free Press)

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Winnipeg was subject to a devastating wind storm on June 17, 1919. 
The Evangelical Lutheran (German) church on the southwest corner of College and McKenzie. The steeple and cupola can be seen on the street in front of the edifice.

    L. B. Foote / Winnipeg Free Press Archives Winnipeg was subject to a devastating wind storm on June 17, 1919. The Evangelical Lutheran (German) church on the southwest corner of College and McKenzie. The steeple and cupola can be seen on the street in front of the edifice.   (Winnipeg Free Press)

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South African war veterans re-union and banquet at the embassy, March 2, 1940.

    L. B. Foote / Winnipeg Free Press Archives South African war veterans re-union and banquet at the embassy, March 2, 1940.

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winnipeg downtown. undated

    L. B. Foote / Winnipeg Free Press Archives winnipeg downtown. undated

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City Hall, April 4, 1921 
Unemployed march through city -  Approximately four hundred took part in the unemployed parade through the Winnipeg streets on Saturday afternoon. The parade where a mass meeting had been held earlier in the afternoon, it being addressed by several of the Winnipeg labour leaders.

    L. B. Foote / Winnipeg Free Press Archives City Hall, April 4, 1921 Unemployed march through city - Approximately four hundred took part in the unemployed parade through the Winnipeg streets on Saturday afternoon. The parade where a mass meeting had been held earlier in the afternoon, it being addressed by several of the Winnipeg labour leaders.

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-undated -  The interior of the old Manitoba Legislative Building which was on the grounds of the current building.

    L. B. Foote / Winnipeg Free Press Archives -undated - The interior of the old Manitoba Legislative Building which was on the grounds of the current building.

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