Item 1977.1.152 - Thomas Mayne Daly

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Thomas Mayne Daly

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Thomas Mayne Daly was born in Stratford Ontario, 1852. He attended Upper Canada College and began his career as lawyer in 1876. In 1881 Daly moved to Brandon with his wife Margaret and established his own law practice. He was elected Brandon's first mayor in 1882 and was re-elected in 1884. He was elected to the House of Commons in 1887 and served as Minister of the Interior and Minister of Indian Affairs from 1892 to1896. In 1896 the Dalys moved briefly to British Columbia. They returned to Manitoba in 1902 and settled in Winnipeg where Daly practiced law and was appointed Police Magistrate in 1904. In 1909 he became the first judge of the Juvenile Court. Daly died in Winnipeg, 1911. He and his wife had two children.

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CA DHM 1977.1-1977.1.152

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  • c.1880-1910 (Creation)

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15" x 19" (b/w)

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(1882 - present)

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Presented to the City of Brandon Mayor and Council on November 7, 1966 by Lt. Col. Harold Mayne Daly, son of Thomas Mayne Daly.
Donated to the Daly House Museum by the City of Brandon in 1977.

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Photographed portrait of Thomas Mayne Daly.

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Negative available at the Daly House Museum.

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