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Manitoba Organization: Sanatorium Board of Manitoba / Manitoba Lung Association

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The Sanatorium Board of Manitoba was founded in 1904 when a group of citizens organized to establish a tuberculosis sanatorium at Ninette. Incorporated under the Tuberculosis Control Act of 1929, it was renamed the Manitoba Lung Association in 1975.

Chairmen

Period

Chairman

1904-1912

?

1912-1913

Robert Mills Simpson (1864-1945)

1913-1923

?

1923-1942

John McEachern (1867-1942)

1942-1943

Charles Ernest Stockdill (1881-1960)

1943-1948

George William Northwood (1877-1959)

1949-1954

David Leopold Mellish (1883-1954)

1954-1957

William Whyte (1883-1960)

1958-1964

James Wasson Speirs (1888-1980)

1965-1968

Frank Boothroyd (1909-2003)

1969-1970

Harold L. McKay

1971-1974

Samuel Price Rattray (1903-1979)

1974-1975

Russell S. Allison

1975-1978

Hugh Hamilton Saunderson (1904-1984)

1979-?

Frank Boothroyd (1909-2003)

Sources:

Annual Reports of the Sanatorium Board of Manitoba, Manitoba Legislative Library.

“Allison Sanatorium Chairman,” Winnipeg Free Press, 29 April 1974, page 58.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 9 March 2016

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