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This sub-series consists of the sermons and sermonettes that Sam Waller wrote.


his sub-series consists of Scrapbooks created by S.A. Magnacca or given to him for his personal use. The scrapbooks are divided into the following:

  1. City Council Pictures etc. (1965-1969)
  2. Mayor Magnacca on Official Duty but it was fun (1962-1969)
  3. Mayor Magnacca - Duties-Openings-Socials (1962-1970)
  4. Mayor Magnacca Bows Out of Office (1969-1970)
    5.Good Citizenship Award/ Mayor Magnacca Retires From Office (1969-1970)
  5. Brandon Housing Projects
  6. City of Brandon (1950-1965)
  7. Laurie V.Smith (1913-1936)

Studio Portraits (Album 4)

The photograph album includes studio portraits of World War I soldiers and portraits of women taken between 1914 to 1919.

Whitehead, Grace (Davidson)

Diesel Generator Plans

Sub-series consists of diesel generator plans such as for piping in The Pas Power House, oil filters, arrangement and details of Mirrlees engines, pumps, fuel filter tanks, blast distributors, pistons, connecting rods, and cylinder lubricators.

Sheet Music

This sub-series consists of sheet music, generally of a religious nature, mostly printed although there are more than a few cut-out from newspapers and some hand written/transcribed.

Tax Sale Records

Sub-series consists of tax sale records for the Town of The Pas from 1915 – 1936 that identify properties sold by the Town of The Pas to recover unpaid taxes. For additional information on tax sale records from 1933 – 1987 see series 5.1 Correspondence.

Cemetery Records

Sub-series consists of burial indexes from 1915 – 1983, burial records and plot plans from 1915 – 1989, burial registers from 1923 – 1937, cemetery deeds and reservations from 1963 – 1965, and applications for burials from 1960 – 1988 for Lakeside Cemetery, owned and operated by the Town of The Pas.

Public Utilities Commission

Public Utilities is the municipal department responsible for supplying power, telephone and water services to the Town of The Pas. The Town of The Pas first began supplying power to its residents in 1914 upon the completion of its first powerhouse building and installation of a diesel generator. A new powerhouse building was constructed in 1929 (currently it houses The Pas Regional Library). In 1958, the Town sold the electric utility to the Manitoba Power Commission, now known as Manitoba Hydro. The telephone utility was first constructed in 1917 and had 222 subscribers. The telephone utility was later sold to Manitoba Telephone System (now known as MTS Allstream) by 1928. The Town of The Pas continues to provide water services to town residences.

Sub-series consists of records from the Town of The Pas' Public Utilities Commission including annual reports of the Electric Light and Power Commission of the Town of The Pas and Applications for Plumbing Permits.

Scrapbook, Water Works Department, City of Winnipeg (1874-1971)

Forms part of Series 6. Subseries consists of a scrapbook assembled by the Water Works Department. It has three distinct parts ranging in subject matter and material.

First part of scrapbook, pages 21 to 103, contains newspaper clippings (1916-1918) primarily from the Winnipeg Free Press and the Winnipeg Tribune. Subject matter covered in clippings relates to the First World War, municipal government, city workers and labour, foreign politics and other contemporary events.

Second part of scrapbook, pages 136 to 144, contains newspaper clippings, postcards, and other prints (1921-1932) relating to the Water Works Department, its employees as well as other city workers and topics.

Third part of scrapbook, pages 145 to 152, contains newspaper clippings, photographs and various ephemera (ca. 1916-1931) that document various city employees most of whom served in the Water Works Department. It profiles the following people in various levels of detail: John Wilson (Meter Reader), Sidney Holloway (Accountant), John MacTavish, H. C. Thompson (City Treasurer), William Rutherford (Head Meter Reader), Frank Lee Hanson, Robert O. White, Herbert Gray (Alderman), James W. Swan, H. Yost, Alexander Dodds (Cashier), M. Henry, M. Craig, G. L. Jackson, J. Martin, H. B. Teasdale, J. Foster, L. E. Fenton, D. C. Montgomery, G. Goodman, M. Henderson, D. W. (Bud) Steuart (Clerk), Hilda V. Mansell, William J. Jones, Miss M. Shields, J. Olsen and more.

Loose newspaper clippings (1946-1947) appear at front of scrapbook.

Pages 1 to 20 are missing; pages 104 to 135 are blank.

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