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Winnipeg Building Index
The Winnipeg Building Index is an ongoing project which identifies sources of information on Winnipeg's rich and varied architecture. The sources may include monographs, journal articles, plans, images and links to electronic publications and websites. The Winnipeg Building Index contains information on over 2000 buildings in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The information may be extremely limited (e.g. name, address) or more complete (e.g. name, address, architect(s), date, and references to further information). Every attempt is being made to ensure the information is accurate. Many records include images from the Architecture/Fine Arts Library Slide Collection (212 Russell Building). These records are identified with a camera icon. In the majority of instances the photographer is unknown. However, it has come to our attention that many of the images have been taken by the renowned architectural photographer, Henry Kalen. Efforts are being made to confirm this information and appropriate credits will be added to the records.