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'Prince' of the city

Educator and passionate historian David McDowell led charge for protection of Winnipeg's architectural heritage

David McDowell posed in Streetcar 356 for a Winnipeg Free Press story in 2005. His heritage colleagues vow to complete the project as a tribute to him.

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David McDowell posed in Streetcar 356 for a Winnipeg Free Press story in 2005. His heritage colleagues vow to complete the project as a tribute to him.

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Hear McDowell's legacy in his own words in this 2015 interview with Christian Cassidy: https://archive.org/details/WEDRadio20150419
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Updated on Monday, July 15, 2019 at 8:32 AM CDT: Name fixed.

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