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image no.: 55805
contact sheet: A1702
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: (L- R): Julie Stephenson, Sir William S. Stephenson, And Another Foster Sister. The Photo Was Taken During A Trip To Europe. William S. Stephenson Was An Inventor Of The Wire Photo, A Wealthy Businessman And Master Spy During World War Ii. Photo Courtesy Of Mrs. Margret Johanneson Ross, Formerly A Resident Of Goulding Street, Winnipeg
subject(s): CostumesInventionsPersonalitiesPoliticsWomenWorld War II
date: 1920c
 
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image no.: 66272
contact sheet: A2143
collection: H.A. Lewis Collection
description: Art Docking Of Weyburn, Sk, With His Homemade Snowmobile
subject(s): AgricultureInventionsPersonalitiesSnowmobilesTransportation
date: 1948c
 
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image no.: 11351
contact sheet: A0352
collection: Killarney, the J.A. Victor David Museum Collection
description: Ben Atkin, Killarney, Mb, An Inventor Seen With One Of His Inventions
subject(s): InventionsPersonalitiesTowns
date:
 
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image no.: 22365
contact sheet: A0740
collection: Donald H. Bain Collection
description: Donald H. Bain'S Locomobile At Side Of 69 Eastgate. Note: The Locomobile Was Built By A Locomotive Works In Eastern Canada.
subject(s): AutomobilesInventionsWinnipeg Streets
date: 1908c
 
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image no.: 64087
contact sheet: A2060
collection: H.A. Lewis Collection
description: J.J. Lynch Of Miles City, Montana, Inspecting The Mccormick-Deering Farmall Tractor He Adapted To Allow It To Be Controlled By Radio Signal From An Accompanying Vehicle. The Photograph Was Taken At A Demonstration Of The Tractor'S Plowing Capabilities On The Farm Of C.N. Barker, An International Harvester Dealer At Noblesville, Indiana
subject(s): AgricultureInventionsMachineryPersonalitiesTractors
date: 1932
 
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image no.: 64088
contact sheet: A2060
collection: H.A. Lewis Collection
description: J.J. Lynch Of Miles City, Montana, Inventor Of A Device Which Allowed A Mccormick-Deering Farmall Tractor To Be Controlled By Radio Signal, Shown Operating The Tractor From An Accompanying International Harvester Truck. The , Graph Was Taken At A Demonstration Of The Tractor'S Plowing Capabilities On The Farm Of C.N. Barker, An International Harvester Dealer At Noblesville, Indiana
subject(s): AgricultureInventionsMachineryPersonalitiesTractors
date: 1932
 
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image no.: 64086
contact sheet: A2060
collection: H.A. Lewis Collection
description: Plowing Demonstration On The Farm Of C.N. Barker, International Harvester Dealer At Noblesville, Indiana, Using A Radio Controlled Mccormick-Deering Farmall Tractor. A Device, Invented Byj.J. Lynch Of Miles City, Montana, Allowed The Tractor To Be Controlled From An Accompaning Truck By The Touch Of A Telegraph Key
subject(s): AgricultureInventionsMachineryPlowingTractors
date: 1932
 
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image no.: 17008
contact sheet: A0534
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Reo Truck. “Reo” Is For Ransom E. Olds. The Name Of The Inventor Of The Carburetor, Founder Of The Oldsmobile And The First User Of Both The Electric Starter And The Assembly Line
subject(s): InventionsTrucks
date: 1921c
 
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image no.: 22660
contact sheet: A0752
collection: Walter Williams Collection
description: St. Boniface Fire Department Pumper. Reo (Named After The Inventor Of The Carburetor, Founder Of The Oldsmobile And First User Of The Electic Starter And The Assembly Line, Mr. Ransom E. Olds) Fire Apparatus #2
subject(s): Fire EnginesFire EquipmentInventions
date: 1920c
 
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image no.: 12898
contact sheet: A0398
collection: Ernest Symons, Rocanville Collection
description: Statue Of World'S Largest Oil Can Stands At The Gateway To Rocanville, Sk, As A Tribute To Ernest Symons, Inventor Of Symons Oiler. Erected By Citizens Of Rocanville July 1, 1973. Like The Symon'S Oilers, It Was Built Entirely In Rocanville By Goodman Steel And Iron Works. Can Is 9 And1/2 Feet In Diameter And End Of Spout Is 28 Feet Above Ground Level
subject(s): AgricultureInventionsMachineryMonumentsOil
date:
 
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image no.: 13571
contact sheet: A0419
collection: Svein Sigfusson Collection
description: Svein Sigfusson Cm, Owner And Operator Of Sigfusson Transportation Co. He Was A Photographer And Fished In Northern Lakes Of Manitoba And Saskatchewan. He Invented A Method Of Building Roads Over The Muskeg In Northern Terrain Which Was A Great Boon To The Northern Fishermen
subject(s): ConstructionInventionsPersonalitiesRoadsTransportation
date: 1974
 
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image no.: 12704
contact sheet: A0393
collection: Ernest Symons, Rocanville Collection
description: T.B. Mitchell'S Machine Shop In Virden, Mb. The Shop Was Purchased From C.W. Wainright In 1903. He Gave Out These Pictures Instead Of Calendars. Note "Machine Works Office, T.B. Mitchell" On Window Alongside. The First Car, A 1904 Oldsmobile, With T.B. At Wheel. Shop Staff At Left. Auto Behind Is A 1904 Reo Runabout ("Reo" Is For Ransom E. Olds, Inventor Of The Carburetor, Founder Of The Oldsmobile And First User Of Both The Electric Starter And The Assembly Line). The Oldsmobile Was Second Car Owned In Virden, Mb. Both Right Handed Steering, No Doors
subject(s): AutomobilesBuildingsInventionsStores
date: 1910c
 
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image no.: 17056
contact sheet: A0535
collection: Royal Winnipeg Rifles Museum
creator: Henry Kalen
title: Two photos commemorating the North West Rebellion, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
description: Photo on left shows Lt. Arthur (Gat) Howard, a U.S. Guard, with a gatling gun he invented and used during the North West Rebellion. Photo on right shows the Volunteers Monument at the Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, Manitoba, dedicated to the men (SLL volunteers) of the 90th Rifles who fought at Fish Creek and Batouche in the North West Rebellion.
subject(s): MilitaryNorth West RebellionCannonsInventionsMonumentsGuns
date: 1885
 
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image no.: 12023
contact sheet: A0373
collection: Ernest Symons, Rocanville Collection
description: Woman Sitting On One Of E. Symons Inventions, A 1918 Engine, Deering Binder, Rebuilt. He Thought He Could Drive Waterloo Boy From Binder Seat. It Wasn'T Bad On Straight Away But Not On Corners. The 1918 Engine, Homemade Extension Rims, Chain And Roller Steering, Like The Old Steam Engines. Old Discarded Deering Binder, Rebuilt. It Never Tied A Decent Sheaf. Steering Wheel Extension, Pipe Extension For Clutch Lever
subject(s): AgricultureInventionsMachinery
date: 1920c