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14830 A0462 Radio Station C.J.O.B. Collection     (L- R): Dudley Paterson And Steve Halenda, Newsmen At Radio Station Cjob, Winnipeg  CommunicationsPersonalitiesRadio  
50560 A1522 Radio Station C.J.O.B. Collection     (L- R): Jack O. Blick, Owner & Operator Of Cjob With Bob Mcmeekin Of Cfob, Fort Frances, On. (New Call Letters Ckfi)  CommunicationsPersonalitiesRadio 1954, February
71909 A2420 Miscellaneous Collection     (Text) Unidentified Letter  CommunicationsJournalism  
71910 A2420 Miscellaneous Collection     (Text) Unidentified Letter  CommunicationsJournalism  
59707 A1890 McTavish Collection     A Handwritten Note (Note #13) To W.A. Mackie, Fort Osborne With Instructions Regarding The Winnipeg General Strike In 1919. Note Reads: "Instruct F. E Martus And (Name Illegible) To Report Immediately To Exhibition Grounds Fort Garry Horse And Relieve 6 Cars Now On His Work. Instruct W.B. Sterling And Horse , To Report Immmediately To 90th Fort Osborne And Relieve 6 Cars Under Finnie Capt. Doing His Work." It Is Signed By J. H. Parkhill. Note Courtesy Of The Mackie Family. (See Also A1890-59706)  CommunicationsWinnipeg General Strike 1919
14812 A0461 Radio Station C.J.O.B. Collection     Bob Picken, Radio Announcer; Bud Tinsley, Former Blue Bomber Football Star; George Mccloy, Cjob Radio Announcer; Cliff Gardner, Cjob Radio Announcer  CommunicationsFootballPersonalitiesRadioSports  
14807 A0461 Radio Station C.J.O.B. Collection     Charles (Chuck) Skelding A Radio Announcer At Radio Station Cjob  CommunicationsPersonalitiesRadio  
50899 A1534 United Grain Growers Limited Collection     Chat-Tv Building  BuildingsCommunicationsTelevision  
21987 A0727 Radio Station C.J.O.B. Collection     Cjob'S Original Studio “B” Inside Lindsay Building On Notre Dame & Ellice. Ed Farey In News Booth & Operator, Gordon Lee, In Control Room.  CommunicationsEquipmentPersonalitiesRadioWinnipeg Buildings 1946
11685 A0363 Miscellaneous Collection     Cjrc, Studio "A", Inside The Royal Alexandra Hotel, Winnipeg Showing Furniture And A Piano. The Station Was Owned And Operated By James Richardson & Sons, Ltd. In 1933 A Licence Was Taken Out To Operate Cjrc From Winnipeg. (This Station Still Operates But As Ckrc). In 1934 The Cjrc Studios At The Royal Alexandra Hotel Was Enlarged. In 1936 The Power Of This Station Was Increased To 1000 Watts And The Frequency Changed To 630 Kilocycles. To Accomplish This, Cjgx Station At Yorton Was Purchased Transferring Their 1000 Watt Transmitter To Winnipeg And Using Their Frequency. After All These Changes Three Transmitters Were On The Standard Broadcast Band, Regina, Yorkton, And Winnipeg With Call Letters Cjrm, Cjgx, Cjrc Respectively, In Addition To 2 Shortwave Transmitters At Middlechurch, Mb, With Call Letters Of Cjro And Cjrx. In 1940, Cjrm, Cjrc And The Two Shortwaves Were Sold To The Sifton Familly And Cjgx To Dawson Richardson (No Connection To James Richardson & Sons Ltd)  CommunicationsFurnitureHotelsMusical InstrumentsRadioWinnipeg Buildings  
50898 A1534 United Grain Growers Limited Collection     Ckck-Tv Building  BuildingsCommunicationsTelevision  
50900 A1534 United Grain Growers Limited Collection     Ckx-Tv Building, Brandon, Mb  BuildingsCommunicationsRadioTelevision  
59223 A1818 Miscellaneous Collection     Cnr Telegraph Crew Posing Outside In Front Of Canadian Northern Box Cars #8143 At Christmas In 1913. Photo Courtesy Of Ed Higham  CommunicationsRailways 1913
14809 A0461 Radio Station C.J.O.B. Collection     Dave Robertson As Radio Announcer At Radio Station Cjob  CommunicationsPersonalitiesRadio  
14808 A0461 Radio Station C.J.O.B. Collection     Don Fawcett As Radio Announcer At Radio Station Cjob  CommunicationsPersonalitiesRadio  
50663 A1526 E.J. Casey Shows Collection     Ford Braden Sound Systems Radio Service Used By E.J. Casey Shows  CarnivalsCommunicationsEntertainmentEquipmentRadiosTrucks 1937
14836 A0462 Radio Station C.J.O.B. Collection     Former Blue Bomber Football Quarterback, Don Jonas, On Left Talking To Sports Broadcaster Ken Nicholson At Radio Station Cjob, Winnipeg  CommunicationsFootballPersonalitiesRadioSports  
14814 A0461 Radio Station C.J.O.B. Collection     George Mccloy & Bob Washington, Radio Announcers At Cjob, Demonstrate The Use Of The Hoola Hoop  CommunicationsPersonalitiesRadio  
71579 A2404 Miscellaneous Collection     Group Of Men And Women Watching A Scottish Marching Band In Kilts On Parade In Winnipeg In Front Of The Canadian Pacific Telegram Cables Office. Note The Different Hats Worn By The Crowd In The Foreground  BandsCommunicationsCostumesMusical InstrumentsScotsWinnipeg Buildings 1920c
59706 A1890 McTavish Collection     Handwritten Note (Note # 9) To W.A. Mackie, Fort Osborne With Instructions Regarding The Winnipeg General Strike In 1919. Note Courtesy Of The Mackie Family. (See Also A1890-59707). Note Reads: "W.A. Mackie Advise Captains, R.B. Burrows, D. N. Finnie, A.E.Wyatt, D. Standby For Immediate Duty". Note Courtesy Of The Mackie Family  CommunicationsWinnipeg General Strike 1919
72483 A2444 Miscellaneous Collection     Letter Sent By Heavy Weight Boxer Joe Louis While He Was At Pompton Lakes Training Camp In New Jersey To His Friend Alex Nicholson In Winnipeg. (See Photo Of Joe Louis And Alex Nicholson In Military Uniforms A2444-72482.)  Blacks - AmericaBoxingCampsCommunicationsDocumentsPersonalitiesSports 1947, November 11
71849 A2418 Miscellaneous Collection     Letters To G.F. Stephens & Co. Ltd. From Customers Praising The Quality And Reliability Of Their Products  BusinessesCommunications 1935, April
70244 A2235 Hugh Allen Collection (Dec./97)     Marg Osborne (Singer With Don Messer’S “The Islanders”), The Ogstons, And Hugh Allan (Behind) At The Winnipeg Press Club, Located In The Marlborough Hotel. (4x5 Neg.) Photo By And Courtesy Of Hugh Allan  CommunicationsEntertainmentJournalismPersonalitiesPhotographyTelevisionWomen 1961, March 7
71920 A2420 Miscellaneous Collection     Mrs. Annie Sifton, The Wife Of William Sifton Sr. She Was The First Telegraph Operator In 1878 At The Narrows. Photo Courtesy Gunnlaugsson Collection  CommunicationsPersonalitiesWomen  
61341 A1955 Winnipeg Commodity Exchange     Offical Opening Of Radio Station Cjgx, Yorkton, Sk  AgricultureCommunicationsRadio 1927, August 14
14879 A0463 Radio Station C.J.O.B. Collection     Personnel At Radio Station Cjob. (L- R): Lew Rorkin; Jack Blick (Owner); Vic Cotton; Jim Gibson; Hal Rodd; Ed Fairly; Gordon Lee; Allan Brady  CommunicationsPersonalitiesRadio 1946
14877 A0463 Radio Station C.J.O.B. Collection     Peter Grant, Cjob Fm Radio Broadcaster  CommunicationsPersonalitiesRadio 1958
14868 A0463 Radio Station C.J.O.B. Collection     Radio Announcer Red Alix At Radio Station Cjob, Winnipeg  CommunicationsPersonalitiesRadio  
14811 A0461 Radio Station C.J.O.B. Collection     Radio Station Cjob Fm Goes Stereo. Man At Microphone Is Cliff Gardner, Radio Announcer At Cjob  CommunicationsEquipmentPersonalitiesRadio 1962, July 1
14826 A0461 Radio Station C.J.O.B. Collection     Radio Station Cjob Sign On The Lindsay Building On The Corner Of Notre Dame Avenue And Garry Street In Winnipeg. This Is A Good Image Of The Lindsay Building  AutomobilesCommunicationsRadioSignsWinnipeg BuildingsWinnipeg Streets 1950
8244 A0258 Miscellaneous Collection     Reception At City Hall In Orthez, France, Following Ceremony Marking Occasion Of Restoration Of Lord Selkirk'S Grave In Orthez, France. On Far Right Mayor Destandeau Is Reading Telegram From David Mcdowell, Past President Of Manitoba Historical Society To The Official Party  CeremoniesCity HallsCommunicationsDiningGravesHistoryPersonalitiesSelkirk SettlersWomen 1978, May
12592 A0389 Major L.J. Charles Collection     Skeleton Track Crossing The Barrens Approaching Churchill, Mb, During Spring1929 Breakup When Train Filling And Hacking Was To Be Commenced To Build Embankment And Subsequently Ballast The New Railway Note Telegraph Line On Tripods Standing On Perma Frost  CommunicationsConstructionRailways 1929, March 29
14838 A0462 Radio Station C.J.O.B. Collection     Sports Broadcasters From Radio Station Cjob, Winnipeg At Winnipeg Arena. Vic Grant On Right  ArenasCommunicationsPersonalitiesRadioSportsWinnipeg Buildings  
70251 A2236 Miscellaneous Collection     Sportscaster Jack Wells Prepares To Deliver Another Of His Famous True Unbiased Reports. (4x5 Neg.)  CommunicationsFootballPersonalitiesSportsTelevision 1958, February 26
70824 A2337 Hugh Allen Collection (Dec./97)     Sterling Lyon Opens New Communications At Esso. Sterling Lyon, A Young Girl, And A Man, Examine Output From A Telex Machine Sitting In An Esso Service Station. (2x2 Neg.)Photo By And Courtesy Of Hugh Allan  ChildrenCommunicationsPersonalitiesPoliticsService Stations 1967, June 7
14834 A0462 Radio Station C.J.O.B. Collection     Swimmer, Elaine Tanner, Being Interviewed By Newsman Bob Beaton Of Radio Station Cjob, Winnipeg  CommunicationsPersonalitiesRadioSportsSwimmingWomen  
54678 A1664 Miscellaneous Collection     Telegram Printing Company Building And Other Buildings On Mcdermot Avenue (Exchange District) Looking West From Main Street  CommunicationsPrintingWinnipeg BuildingsWinnipeg Streets 1903
9132 A0284 Miscellaneous Collection     Telegram Printing Company Limited On Corner Of Albert Street & Mcdermot Avenue (The Exchange District), Winnipeg, Mb  CommunicationsJournalismPrintingWinnipeg BuildingsWinnipeg Streets  
71848 A2418 Miscellaneous Collection     Testimonial Letters To G.F. Stephens & Co. Ltd. From Satisfied Customers  BusinessesCommunications 1935, April
71850 A2418 Miscellaneous Collection     Testimoniall Letters From G.F. Stephens & Co. Ltd. Customers Prising The Quality Of Stephens’ Service And Quality  BusinessesCommunications 1935, April
71851 A2418 Miscellaneous Collection     Testimonials From G.F. Stephens & Co. Ltd. Customers  BusinessesCommunications 1935, February April
11684 A0363 Miscellaneous Collection     Transmitter House Of Cjrx, Short Wave Station. First Established On Roof Of Grain Exchange Bldg, Lombard St. Then Located In Its Own Home At Middlechurch, Mb, A Few Miles North Of Winnipeg. Sign On Building Reads " Cjrc- Cjrx-Cjro James Richardson And Sons Ltd Radio Station". The Transmitting Apparatus Is Of Canadian Marconi Design And Manufacture. In The Same Building Are A Number Of Shortwave Transmitters By Means Of Which, On Other Wave Lengths, The Local Offices Of James Richardson And Sons Ltd Carry On Radio Telegraph Communication With Eastern And Western Branches  Commodity ExchangesCommunicationsRadioSignsTownsWinnipeg Buildings  
14832 A0462 Radio Station C.J.O.B. Collection     Victor Neurenberg, Newsman & John Cochrane, Radio Station Manager Of Radio Station Cjob, Accept An Award From The Heart Foundation Of Canada.  AwardsCharitiesCommunicationsPersonalitiesRadio 1971
14831 A0462 Radio Station C.J.O.B. Collection     Victor Neurenberg, Newsman At Radio Station Cjob, Winnipeg  CommunicationsPersonalitiesRadio  
12543 A0388 Major L.J. Charles Collection     Wireless Station At Churchill, Mb, Hudson Bay Railway Survey Party Camp.  BuildingsCampsCommunicationsRadioRailwaysStationsSurveying 1928, March