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First Convention of Manitoba Municipalities
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The Manitoba Union of Municipalities was established on March 15, 1905 in Brandon. Organized by Brandon's Mayor John W. Fleming, 50 representatives from 31 different rural and urban municipalities attended this first meeting. Mayor Fleming was named the first president of the organization and served in that position for two years.
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March 14, 1905 (Creation)
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17" x 21" (b/w)
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Donated to the Daly House Museum by the City of Brandon in 1977.
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Photograph of delegates to the first convention of the Union of Manitoba Municipalities. The photograph was taken in front of Brandon's original City Hall (800 Block of Princess Avenue).
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Negative available at the Daly House Museum.
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