August 28, 2015


Letters to the Editor

Don't gut Dalnavert

Dalnavert Museum, located at 61 Carlton St., closed in September 2013.

JOHN WOODS / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS FILES

Dalnavert Museum, located at 61 Carlton St., closed in September 2013. Photo Store

Re: Still hope for Dalnavert: friends (April 24). Dalnavert Museum, with its rich history, has had a significant impact on my education and career planning.

I have attended art productions, tours and other events at this historic site and sincerely believe no other venue in the city of Winnipeg could provide a more authentic educational experience when it comes to the Victorian era.

As has already been stated, this has nothing to do with Candace House, which is an amazing cause and should be supported -- it has to do with losing a historical resource that can't ever be replaced.

I strongly urge all city councillors and decision-makers to rethink this forfeiture of historical wealth.

KERRI PRIES

Winnipeg

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 28, 2014 A8

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