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image no.: 58022
contact sheet: A1775
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Arch Erected By Manitoba Grain Merchants In Honour Of The Duke And Duchess Of York’S Visit To Winnipeg. (See A0235-07523). Photo Courtesy Of Gerald Brown.,
subject(s): AgricultureArchesEventsRoyalty
date: 1901, September
 
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image no.: 7523
contact sheet: A0235
collection: Terry Rowen Collection
description: Arch Erected By Manitoba Grain Merchants Of Winnipeg In Honour Of Visit Of Duke & Duchess Of York To Winnipeg
subject(s): AgricultureArchesRoyalty
date: 1901
 
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image no.: 7524
contact sheet: A0235
collection: Terry Rowen Collection
description: Arch Erected In Honour Of Visit Of Duke & Duchess Of York To Winnipeg. Sign On Arch Reads “ Welcome To Manitoba Duke Of York Duchess Of York”. Houses Are In The Background With Crowd Of Well Dressed Men And Women Lining The Street
subject(s): ArchesRoyalty
date: 1901
 
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image no.: 7519
contact sheet: A0235
collection: Terry Rowen Collection
description: Arch Erected In Winnipeg To Welcome Duke & Duchess Of York To Manitoba
subject(s): ArchesEventsRoyalty
date: 1901
 
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image no.: 58024
contact sheet: A1775
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Arch Erected On Main Street In Winnipeg To Welcome The Duke And Duchess Of York. Note Streetcar Beneath The Arch. (See Also A0089-02757)
subject(s): ArchesEventsRoyaltyStreetcarsWinnipeg Streets
date: 1901, September
 
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image no.: 58026
contact sheet: A1775
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Arch Erected To Welcome The Duke And Duchess Of York; Guard Of Honour Was The 90th Regiment Winnipeg Rifles (Little Black Devils)
subject(s): ArchesEventsMilitaryRoyalty
date: 1901, September
 
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image no.: 21264
contact sheet: A0701
collection: Herman Holla Collection
description: Chinese Bamboo Arch, Vancouver, Bc
subject(s): ArchesBuildings
date: 1936
 
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image no.: 51202
contact sheet: A1547
collection: Herman Holla Collection
description: Ice Arch At Manitoba Legislative Building During Winnipeg Winter Carnival
subject(s): ArchesCarnivalsLegislative BuildingsWinnipeg Buildings
date:
 
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image no.: 58933
contact sheet: A1809
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Main Street Decorated For The Troops Returning From The North West Rebellion.,
subject(s): ArchesEventsMilitaryNorth West RebellionWinnipeg Streets
date: 1885
 
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image no.: 27030
contact sheet: A0907
collection: Herman Holla Collection
description: Parade On 482 1/2 Main Street During Royal Visit Of Duke And Duchess Of Cornwall And York. Realto Block On Left, Arch On Right.
subject(s): ArchesBlocksParadesRoyaltyWinnipeg BuildingsWinnipeg Streets
date: 1901, September 26
 
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image no.: 23157
contact sheet: A0770
collection: Flin Flon Collection
description: The Steel Arch At The Intersection Of Main Street & First Avenue Was Decorated With Evergreen, Streamers And Flag In Honour Of The Coronation Of King George Vi On May 12, 1937
subject(s): ArchesParades
date: 1937, May 12
 
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image no.: 39217
contact sheet: A1311
collection: Royal Winnipeg Rifles Museum
description: Welcome Home Arch, Main Street Welcoming Troops Home To Winnipeg Following North West Rebellion
subject(s): ArchesMilitaryNorth West RebellionWinnipeg Streets
date: 1885
 
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image no.: 51198
contact sheet: A1547
collection: Herman Holla Collection
description: Winnipeg Hydro Electric Ice Arch At Winnipeg Winter Carnival Held On Grounds Of Manitobalegislative Building.,
subject(s): ArchesCarnivalsHydro
date: 1925c
 
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image no.: 57329
contact sheet: A1753
collection: Gurling Collection
description: Wooden Arch (Constructed In Honour Of Transcona’S 25th Anniversary With Men (On Bicycles) And Children Posing Under It To Welcome People To Transcona’S Silver Jubilee (1911-1936).
subject(s): ArchesBicyclesCelebrationsChildrenCostumes
date: 1911-1936