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Hathaway's Guide and Birds-Eye Map of Winnipeg (1911)

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Hathaway, R. W. and J. K. Wright. Hathaway's Guide and Birds-Eye Map of Winnipeg [map]. Scale not given. Canada: R.W. Hathaway, 1911.

Shows Wards Numbered and Outlined in Red; Parks, Boulevards, Cemeteries and Schools in Green; Railroads in Black and Street Railways in Red. Includes an inset titled Upper Fort Garry Winnipeg in the Beginning.

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  1. mrchristian 80 months ago | reply

    Great stuff !

  2. Manitoba Historical Maps 80 months ago | reply

    My favorite map of Winnipeg... thus far

  3. anastaz1a 80 months ago | reply

    Wow. I didn't realize that many of the names of streets had been changed. I'm enjoying looking at this one close up!

  4. wintorbos 77 months ago | reply

    My favorite too. Glad you scanned it so I didn't have to!

  5. mrchristian 76 months ago | reply

    Was this the original from 1911 or a reprint at another date ? Just wondering because there's a street here that does not appear on one from 1914 in the collection ?

  6. wintorbos 76 months ago | reply

    Which street is that?

  7. Manitoba Historical Maps 76 months ago | reply

    From all indications it is an original. Which 1914 map are you referring to, perhaps the mistake is on that one?

  8. Wayne Ferrand 48 months ago | reply

    Wonderful...to come across your site...I also have a manitoba historical map. I will find it and put it up. Not sure how it will look as it has been rolled up for 20 years or so.

  9. Manitoba Historical Maps 48 months ago | reply

    100 years since this map was published!

  10. wintorbos 48 months ago | reply

    Yes, I should be doing some 100 year retrospectives with my postcards as well, since most of them were produced in 1911-1913.

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