Item 36 - Hutchings Drug Store

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Hutchings Drug Store

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Walter Hutchings (1883-1949) was born at St. Mary's Ontario on 7 August 1883. He arrived in Brandon, Manitoba in 1907 and worked as a clerk at the Red Cross Drug Store. He married Louisa Monk in on 22 April 1910. They had three children Robert, Margaret and Edith (aka Snookie). In 1913 Walter was employed as a druggist at Geo. McCulloch's Drug Store. In 1914, he opened Hutchings' Drug Store at 658th 10th Street. Walter Hutchings was president of the Brandon Druggist Association, a representative to the Manitoba Pharmaceutical Associaiton, served on the Brandon Chamber of Commerce and president of the Kiwanis Club. He passed away on 24 November 1949. His drug store continued to be operated by his son Robert and daugter Margaret until 1975.

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CA DHM 1978.14-36

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  • 1914-1920 (Creation)

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5x7" (b/w)

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Donated to the Daly House Museum by the Assiniboine Historical Society in 1986.

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Photograph of the interior of Hutchings Drug Store in Brandon.

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Negative available at the Daly House Museum.

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