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image no.: 58972
contact sheet: A1810
collection: Shipley Collection
description: (L- R): William Shipley, Roland Shipley, Unknown Male With The Dog, And Roy Coventry (Smoking Pipe), Leaving Minto, Mb, To File On A Homestead At Guynemer, Mb, In Autumn Of 1919. Once There To Build The First Log Home And Stable. The Home Was Built From Frame And Cover Of The Wagon. This Was Their First Trip To Guynemer, Mb. Photo Courtesy Of Dorothy Shipley
subject(s): DogsHarnessHorsesPersonalitiesTownsWagons
date: 1919, Autumn
 
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image no.: 72070
contact sheet: A2430
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: A Line Of Teams Of Horses Pulling Sleds Full Of Logs (Cordwood) Destined For Winnipeg, Mb. In The Background Are Houses With Logs (Cordwood) Piled Outside. Snow Is On The Ground
subject(s): HarnessHorsesHousesLoggingSledsWagonsWinnipeg BuildingsWood
date: 1923
 
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image no.: 39220
contact sheet: A1312
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: A Man And Woman In A Horse-Drawn Sled Beside Children Holding Other Horses And A Dog
subject(s): ChildrenCostumesDogsHarnessHorsesSledsWomen
date: 1909c
 
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image no.: 72620
contact sheet: A2448
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: A Young Woman Wearing A White Sailor Outfit Sits On A Piece Of Farm Equipment (Perhaps A Plow) Pulled By Three Harnessed Horses
subject(s): AgricultureCostumesEquipmentHarnessHorsesWomen
date: 1917c
 
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image no.: 6706
contact sheet: A0210
collection: James A. Richardson Collection
title: An Inuit dog team resting in the snow.
description: Inuit dog teams are all separated, unlike the aboriginal dog trains which are harnessed in tandem. The Inuit dogs are placed fan-shaped, each several feet apart, to prevent them from fighting.
subject(s): DogsHarnessInuit
date:
 
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image no.: 54707
contact sheet: A1665
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Assiniboine River, Near The Forks. Early 1900s Winter Festival Sleigh Ride. Large Sled Full Of People Pulled By A Team Of Horses. People And Trees On The River In The Background
subject(s): HarnessHorsesRiversSleds
date: 1901c
 
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image no.: 9498
contact sheet: A0298
collection: Terry Rowen Collection
description: Billington Brothers (Thomas & James), Harness Makers, 129 Market Street, Winnipeg, Mb
subject(s): HarnessWinnipeg BuildingsWinnipeg Streets
date: 1903
 
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image no.: 59713
contact sheet: A1890
collection: McTavish Collection
description: Boys And Girls Dressed In Scottish Costumes Riding On A Float Pulled By Clydesdale Horses In The Jubilee Parade In Winnipeg, Mb. Photo Courtesy Of The Mackie Family
subject(s): ChildrenCostumesHarnessHorsesParadesScotsWagons
date:
 
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image no.: 51062
contact sheet: A1541
collection: Pat Richtik Collection (nee Leathers)
description: Building Of The Leather'S Home At Minto, Mb. Horses Were Called “Dick” And “Ginny”, Hired Man Was Admir Jamautt Standing On Right, And The Leathers' Children In Wagon Were (L- R): Bruce (1895-1968) Winnie Born 1903, Victor Born 1901.
subject(s): ConstructionHarnessHorsesImmigrationPersonalitiesWagons
date: 1907
 
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image no.: 72636
contact sheet: A2449
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Chuckwagon Races At A Rodeo In Swan River, Manitoba. Two Teams Of 4 Horses Are Competing Driven By Cowboys Wearing Shirts And Cowboys Hats. In The Background A Number Of Cowboys Are Watching
subject(s): HarnessHorsesRodeosWagons
date:
 
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image no.: 58967
contact sheet: A1810
collection: Shipley Collection
description: Covered Wagon And (Democrat)Buggy That The Shipley Family Travelled In From Minto, Mb, To The Homestead In Guynemer In Central Manitoba In The Summer Of 1920 To Put Up Hay. Sitting On The Covered Wagon Seat Are The Children (L- R): Janie, Stewart, Tom And Harry Shipley. The Distance From The Farm At Minto To The Homestead At Guynemer Was Approxiamately 180 Miles And The Journey Took About 10 Days Each Way. The Covered Wagon Was Made By Bill Shipley Using A Grain Tank For The Box, Wagon Wheel Iron Rims For The Arches And Canvas For The Cover. Photo Courtesy Of Dorothy Shipley
subject(s): BuggiesChildrenDogsHarnessHayingHorsesTownsWagons
date: 1920
 
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image no.: 15578
contact sheet: A0486
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Cutting Hay On Saskatchewan Farm
subject(s): AgricultureHarnessHorses
date: 1923
 
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image no.: 16165
contact sheet: A0505
collection: Dr. Francis Mathewson Collection
description: Dogs Harnessed To A Toboggan Resting On The Trail
subject(s): DogsHarnessToboggans
date:
 
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image no.: 21266
contact sheet: A0701
collection: Herman Holla Collection
description: Driver Sitting On Horse-Drawn Delivery Wagon #3246 For Dominion Express Company, Winnipeg, Mb
subject(s): HarnessHorsesWagons
date:
 
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image no.: 13722
contact sheet: A0424
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: E.F. Hutchings, Pres. Of Great West Saddlery Ltd. Of Winnipeg. Born In Leeds County, Ontario, June 1855. Came To Winnipeg 1876. With The Exception Of Hbc. His Is The Pioneer Business Existing In Manitoba In 1906. He Served As Alderman For City Of Winnipeg 6 Years And On City Council For 6 Years. He Was Defeated In Mayoralty Campaign In 1900. Great West Saddlery Was Estabished In 1899 And Conceded By Other People In The Business To Be The Finest Plant Of Its Kind In The Entire British Empire
subject(s): HarnessPersonalitiesPolitics
date: 1906c
 
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image no.: 7551
contact sheet: A0236
collection: Terry Rowen Collection
description: Family Outing
subject(s): CostumesHarnessHorses
date: 1892c
 
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image no.: 7554
contact sheet: A0236
collection: Terry Rowen Collection
description: Family Outing In A Sled Pulled By Two Horses. Note The Harness With Bells
subject(s): HarnessHorsesSledsWinnipeg BuildingsWomen
date: 1891
 
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image no.: 7555
contact sheet: A0236
collection: Terry Rowen Collection
description: Family Standing Beside Brick Building In Winnipeg, Mb
subject(s): ChildrenCostumesHarnessHorsesSledsWomen
date: 1891
 
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image no.: 59703
contact sheet: A1890
collection: McTavish Collection
description: Farm With A House, Pile Of Hay, A Wooden Well, Large Logs And A Woman Standing Beside A Wooden Barrel And A White Horse In A Harness. Photo Courtesy Of The Mackie Family
subject(s): AgricultureFencesHarnessHorsesHousesWellsWomenWood
date:
 
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image no.: 71372
contact sheet: A2398
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Female Skiers Posing With Their Skis At La Riviere (An Old Railway Site), Mb. (L- R): Pat Whelehan; Norma Bruce; Mrs. Marjorie Jackson; And Lois Merkley. Note The “Bear Trap” Harness On The Skis
subject(s): CostumesEquipmentHarnessRecreationSkiingSportsWomen
date: 1947, January 25
 
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image no.: 8585
contact sheet: A0268
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Formal Opening Of Winnipeg Electric Railway Outside City Hall, Winnipeg, Mb. Buildings Shown: Northern Hotel, Walsh’S Big Clothing House, E.F. Hutchings Saddlery And Harness, Trunks And Leather Etc
subject(s): CeremoniesHarnessSaddleryStreetcarsWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1892,September 5
 
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image no.: 10187
contact sheet: A0318
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Francis William Adams, Founder Of Adams Bros Harness Manufacturing Co, Member Of Winnipeg City Council 1908 - 1911, Was Born In Ontario In 1861
subject(s): HarnessPersonalities
date: 1913c
 
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image no.: 59586
contact sheet: A1887
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Fred Dufily And Dr. Bill Reid In A Sled Pulled By A Horse In Lac Du Bonnet. Houses Seen In The Background; One With Laundry On A Clothes-Line Drying With Snow On The Ground. Photo Courtesy Of Dr. Ian Reid. Compiled By Vivian Nespor
subject(s): CostumesHarnessHorsesHousesLaundryPersonalitiesSleds
date: 1943, March 25
 
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image no.: 13499
contact sheet: A0417
collection: Ernest Symons, Rocanville Collection
description: Freighting From Kindersley, Sk. Six Oxen And Two Wagons Freighting Coal & Wood. Four Oxen Have Modern Harness, Two Oxen Have Old Wooden Yoke Made Of Hardwood & Worn Across Their Necks With Loops Underneath
subject(s): BuildingsFreightingHarnessOxenStoresWagons
date:
 
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image no.: 12263
contact sheet: A0380
collection: Ernest Symons, Rocanville Collection
description: Freighting From Kindersley, Sk. Six Oxen, Two Wagons. Four Oxen With Collars (Modern Harness), Two Oxen With Hardwood Yoke (A Bridge) Across Their Necks With Loops Underneath
subject(s): FreightingHarnessOxenWagons
date:
 
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image no.: 22310
contact sheet: A0738
collection: Eaton's Store Collection
description: Harness Department, T. Eaton Co Store, Also Sold Buggies And Farm Implements
subject(s): HarnessStoresWinnipeg Buildings
date:
 
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image no.: 9091
contact sheet: A0282
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Harness Racing At Davidson, Sk, In 1907
subject(s): CostumesHarnessHorse RacingHorsesTowns
date: 1907, July 1
 
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image no.: 51116
contact sheet: A1543
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Harness Racing On Racetrack At Exhibition Grounds, Brandon, Mb. Fans In Stands Lining The Fence Of The Racetrack
subject(s): CostumesHarnessHorse RacingHorsesRacetracksTowns
date:
 
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image no.: 8697
contact sheet: A0271
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Horse And Buggy Transporting A Young Couple. (Note The Man Is A Canadian Soldier)
subject(s): BuggiesCostumesHarnessHorsesTransportationUniformsWomenWorld War I
date: 1917c
 
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image no.: 21997
contact sheet: A0727
collection: Killarney, the J.A. Victor David Museum Collection
description: Horse, Wearing Decorated Harness, With Cowboy In Parade In Killarney During Ninette'S Centennial
subject(s): CelebrationsCostumesCowboysHarnessHorsesParadesTowns
date: 1983
 
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image no.: 21338
contact sheet: A0703
collection: Herman Holla Collection
description: Horse-Drawn Dominion Express Delivery Wagon With Teamsters
subject(s): CostumesHarnessHorsesWagons
date:
 
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image no.: 16339
contact sheet: A0512
collection: Winnipeg Archives
creator: L.B. Foote
title: Horses and wagons hauling logs at Greater Winnipeg Water District Railway Station, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
description: View looking south on Rue Plinquet towards Archibald Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
subject(s): LoggingStationsFreightingHorsesRailwaysWagonsWinnipeg StreetsHarness
date: 1921c
 
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image no.: 71598
contact sheet: A2405
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Inuit (Eskimo) Man Adjusts Harness Of Dog Team Hitched Eastern Arctic Style Fan Hitch
subject(s): DogsEskimosHarnessInuit
date:
 
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image no.: 9573
contact sheet: A0300
collection: Terry Rowen Collection
description: J. Marr & Co. Ltd, Corner Of King Street & William Avenue, Winnipeg. Carriages, Wagons, Harness
subject(s): HarnessStoresWinnipeg BuildingsWinnipeg Streets
date: 1903
 
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image no.: 40049
contact sheet: A1340
collection: Harry Moody Collection
description: John Ross And Another Manwith Horse-Drawn Sleds On Hunting Expedition
subject(s): HarnessHorsesHuntingPersonalitiesSleds
date: 1907
 
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image no.: 11223
contact sheet: A0349
collection: Killarney, the J.A. Victor David Museum Collection
description: Kilpatrick'S Store, With Tar Papered Post Office (On Left Behind The Team Of Horses And Wagon). Mr. Charles Bates Was The Postmaster. Team Of Oxen And Cart Along Side Of The Store And Horses. People In The Photo Are (L- R): James Findlay, Henry Mason, Mr. Kilpatrick (Store'S Owner), George Crawford, Mr. Dashadua, Mr. Lee. Interesting Photo
subject(s): BuildingsHarnessHorsesOxenPersonalitiesPost OfficesStoresWagons
date: 1886
 
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image no.: 22048
contact sheet: A0729
collection: Vita, Manitoba Collection
description: Man Watching A Cow Which Is Hitched To (Probably) A Wagon In Front Of House In Vita, Mb. The Wagon Is Not Shown
subject(s): BuildingsCattleHarnessHousesTowns
date: 1939
 
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image no.: 59597
contact sheet: A1887
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Men Standing On Pile Of Logs Being Pulled By A Team Of Draught Horses. Buildings Seen In Background Are Probably Part Of The Mcarthur Logging Operation. Photo Courtesy Of St.George Museum. Compiled By Vivian Nespor
subject(s): BuildingsCampsEquipmentHarnessHorsesLoggingTowns
date: 1903c
 
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image no.: 59598
contact sheet: A1887
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Men With The Mcarthur Logging Operation, Using Sticks With Hooks On The End And Horses And Mules. Large Logs With A Strip Of Bark Removed And A Hole Made In It Are Seen On The Right. Photo Courtesy Of St. George Museum, Compiled By Vivian Nespor
subject(s): EquipmentHarnessHorsesLoggingMulesSledsTrees
date: 1903
 
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image no.: 14307
contact sheet: A0445
collection: Treherne Museum Collection
description: Mr. Dunc Harvie & Two Boys Standing In Front Of Harvie & Co, Harness Makers' Store. The Local Civic Centre Is Now Situated On This Lot (1981)
subject(s): BuildingsChildrenHarnessStores
date: 1907c
 
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image no.: 66438
contact sheet: A2150
collection: Gait Agricultural Collection
description: Neil Mccrea And George Shenton, And A Harnessed Horse In Front Of A Sod Shack, Enchant Area, Ab. One Man Is Holding A Sledge Hammer, The Other A Curved Pick
subject(s): AgricultureBuildingsEquipmentHarnessHorsesPersonalitiesTools
date: 1910
 
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image no.: 40325
contact sheet: A1349
collection: Dennis Downey Collection
description: Ox-Drawn Red River Cart With 2 Metis Women In Cart And A Metis Man In Front Holding The Harness Of The Ox. The Cart Was First Develped By A Metis In About 1800. The Cart Was Of All Wood Constructio; No Nail Or Any Other Metal Part Was Used In The Making Of It. The Wheels Were About 5 Feet High; The Body Of The Cart Was 3 Feet Wide And 5 To 6 Feet Long. This Cart Ws Capable Of Carrying Up To 1000 Pounds. Oxen Could Travel About 20 Miles In A 10-Hour Day. Photo From Stereoscopic Image By Ingersoll View Company
subject(s): HarnessMetisOxenRed River CartsWomen
date: 1905c
 
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image no.: 13492
contact sheet: A0416
collection: Ernest Symons, Rocanville Collection
description: People Being Transported By Wagon & Horses
subject(s): AgricultureCostumesHarnessHorsesTransportationWagonsWomen
date:
 
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image no.: 7545
contact sheet: A0236
collection: Terry Rowen Collection
description: People Sitting In Buggies Pulled By Horses Watching Horse Racing In Winnipeg, Mb, In C1901
subject(s): BuggiesChildrenCostumesHarnessHorse RacingHorsesSportsWomen
date: 1901c
 
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image no.: 59011
contact sheet: A1811
collection: Shipley Collection
description: Photo From A Postcard. Team Of 2 Black Horses Pulling A Large Sled Away From The Railway Station In Strassburg, Sk. Sign On Station Reads "Telegraph". No Seating Visible On Sled, Two Men Are Standing Holding The Reins. Photo Courtesy Of Dorothy Shipley
subject(s): HarnessHorsesRailwaysSignsSledsStationsTowns
date:
 
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image no.: 16509
contact sheet: A0517
collection: Una Johnstone Collection
description: Rcmp Officer Driving Dog Team Made Up Of Three Dogs (Two Of The Dogs Look Like Labs) & A Sled In Front Of Hbc Post, The Pas
subject(s): DogsHarnessHudson Bay CompanyPostsRCMPSledsTowns
date:
 
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image no.: 58971
contact sheet: A1810
collection: Shipley Collection
description: Shipley Family, On Way From Minto, Mb, To Guynemer, Mb, In Their Covered Wagon In The Summer Of 1920, Stop For Lunch. Janie Shipley Then 4 Years Old Sitting In The Tall Grass At The Back Of The Wagon. The Distance From The Farm At Minto, Mb, To The Homestead In Guynemer, Mb, Was 180 Miles And Took 10 Days Each Way. Photo Courtesy Of Dorothy Shipley
subject(s): ChildrenHarnessHorsesPersonalitiesTownsWagonsWomen
date:
 
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image no.: 59087
contact sheet: A1813
collection: Eaton's Store Collection
description: T. Eaton Co, Stereoscopic Image “Harness Department”. (See A1813-59086 For Write-Up)
subject(s): BuggiesBusinessesEquipmentFactoriesHarnessStoresToolsWagons
date:
 
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image no.: 59086
contact sheet: A1813
collection: Eaton's Store Collection
description: T. Eaton Co, Write-Up “Harness Department”. (See A1813-59087 For Image.)
subject(s): BuggiesBusinessesEquipmentFactoriesHarnessStoresToolsWagons
date:
 
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image no.: 59065
contact sheet: A1812
collection: Shipley Collection
description: Team Of 2 Horses Pulling A Heavy Wooden Sled (Box With Sides), Down East Side Main Street In Ninette, Mb. On The Left Behind The Sled Is "Yellowlees And Sons General Merchants" Hardware Store. On The Right Is The Ninette Hotel Where The Present (1998) Ninette Community Hall Stands. Photo Courtesy Of Dorothy Shipley
subject(s): BuildingsHallsHarnessHorsesHotelsSignsSledsStoresStreetsTowns
date:
 
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image no.: 58824
contact sheet: A1805
collection: Kathleen Chisholm Collection
description: The North West Missionaries Mode Of Travel In Manitoba: Dogs Harnessed To A Toboggan. Note The Clock Hanging Outside One Building And A Boot Sign . Photo From The John James Chisholm Collection Courtesy Of Kathleen Chisholm
subject(s): DogsHarnessSledsTimepiecesToboggansWinnipeg BuildingsWomen
date: 1898c
 
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image no.: 58991
contact sheet: A1810
collection: Shipley Collection
description: This Is A New Threshing Outfit Bought In 1915- 1916 And Operated Until The Family Left The Minto, Mb. Farm In The Late Fall Of 1920. This Was A "Cock Of The Northline" Outfit. The Name "American Abell Wind Stacker" Can Be Seen On The Side Of The Separator And The Rooster Can Be Seen On The Front Of The Engine. Stewart And Harry Shipley With Their Father William Shipley (Slouch Hat And Mustache) Near The Front Of The Engine Can Be Seen . Roy Coventry (In The Centre Of The Photo) On The Separator Is Holding An Oil Can. Harry Coventry (On The Right) Holding A Horse (Team). He Was Kicked By One Of The Horses In This Team Later And Died From The Results Of The Kick. Dan Fletcher Is The First On The Left Of The Photo. Photo Courtesy Of Dorothy Shipley
subject(s): ChildrenEquipmentHarnessHarvestingHorsesMachineryThreshingTownsWagons
date: 1917c
 
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image no.: 72129
contact sheet: A2433
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Three Elephants With Ornate Harnesses Outside The Capitol Theatre On Donald Street In Winnipeg, Mb, Advertising For The Tribune Orphans Picnic Fund. Three Trainers Are Standing Beside The Elephants. Sign On The Capitol Reads “Pantages Vaudeville”
subject(s): AdvertisingAnimalsCinemaCostumesHarnessSignsTheatreWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1923
 
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image no.: 59000
contact sheet: A1811
collection: Shipley Collection
description: Threshing At Farm In Minto, Mb. In 1920. Note The Protective Blanket On The Back Of The Horse. Photo Courtesy Of Dorothy Shipley
subject(s): AgricultureHarnessHayingHorsesMachineryThreshingTownsWagons
date: 1920
 
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image no.: 72439
contact sheet: A2443
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Two Delegates To A Two Week Annual Conference Of The International Federation Of Agricultural Producers, A.H. Mercer Of Vancouver, Bc, General Manager Of The Fraser Valley Milk Producers Association, And George Church Of Calgary, Ab, A Director Of The Canadian Federation Of Agriculture, Try Out Horse And Wagon Transportation In Front Of The Oxford Co-Operative, During A Three Day Tour Of Ontario Before The Conference Visited Oxford Farmer Produce Co. Ltd. At Woodstock. The Confernce Opened At The Ontario Agricultural College In Guelph, On, May 31, 1919. Following The Conference, On A Tour Of Canada The Delegates Will Be Entertained At The Stampede At Nanton, Ab; And In The Fraser Valley Andvancouver, Bc. The Sign On The Building Reads " Egg Grading Station Reg. No. 0-217; The Sign In The Window Of The Building Reads "Retail Produce Fresh Eggs Dressed Chicken Cheddar Cheese". There Are Two Unidentified Men And Women Standing Outside The Building
subject(s): AgricultureBuildingsCostumesHarnessHorsesPersonalitiesSignsWagonsWomen
date:
 
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image no.: 59603
contact sheet: A1887
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Two Of The First Settlers In Lac Du Bonnet With A White And Black Ox Harnessed To Pull A Wooden Box Sled. One Man Is Holding A Hammer. The Lac Du Bonnet Lumber Yard Is Seen In The Background. This Was Situated North Of Lac Du Bonnet Approximately Where The Elevators Were, And Where The Wild Rice Plant Still Stands. Photo Courtesy Of St. George Museum. Compiled By Vivian Nespor
subject(s): BuildingsCostumesHarnessLumberingRiceTownsWood
date: 1902c
 
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image no.: 58986
contact sheet: A1810
collection: Shipley Collection
description: William Shipley'S Team Of Farm Horses "Queen" And "Babe" Hitched To A Wagon With150 Bushel Grain Tank. The Wagon Box Is The Same Grain Tank Used To Make The Covered Wagon (See A1810-58969 And A1810-58971). Note The Scotch -Top Horse Collars And The Spreader Rings From The Hames (Strap) To The Lines. The Huge Winter Supply Of Wood Is Piled In The Distance At The Farm Near Grandview, Mb. In 1927-1928. Photo Courtesy Of Dorothy Shipley
subject(s): HarnessHorsesTownsWagonsWood
date: 1928c
 
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image no.: 59006
contact sheet: A1811
collection: Shipley Collection
description: William Shipley’S Black Team Major And Chub Pulling A Threshing Wagon Of Men. Photo Courtesy Of Dorothy Shipley
subject(s): HarnessHorsesThreshingWagons
date:
 
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image no.: 21472
contact sheet: A0707
collection: Thomas-Straith Collection
description: William Turley'S Harness Store, Douglas, Mb. He Is Standing Outside The Door
subject(s): BuildingsHarnessPersonalitiesStoresTowns
date: 1890c
 
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image no.: 11202
contact sheet: A0348
collection: Glenboro Collection
description: Woman (Cousin Mattie) Standing Beside A Plow Pulled By A Horse, With “Pat” The Dog On The Seat At The John Thomas Dale Farm, Seven Miles South Of Glenboro, Mb. Photo By John Thomas Dale.
subject(s): DogsHarnessHorsesPlowingTownsWomen
date: 1904
 
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image no.: 59604
contact sheet: A1887
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Workers With The Mcarthur Logging Camp No. 11, Logging With Mules And Horses Harnessed To Wooden Sleds Loaded With Logs In The Lac Du Bonnet Area. Photo Courtesy Of St. George Museum, Compiled By Vivian Nespor
subject(s): EquipmentHarnessHorsesLabourLoggingMulesTrees
date: 1907