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Re: Winnipeg Businesses in the 1920s
Posted by: Krystal Tait Date: November 07, 2001 at 19:42:38
In Reply to: Winnipeg Businesses in the 1920s by John of 1701

Wilson Stationery went out of business 2 years ago. My father worked for them for 15 years, originally in Winnipeg and then in Calgary. The company had been in trouble since about 1991, and finally went bankrupt just before Christmas 1999.

The address 78 Hamel does still exist, click on the link below, enter the address and city into the fields to view a map with the location pin pointed.


http://ca.maps.yahoo.com/

Krystal


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