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Manitoba History No. 89
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War Memorials in Manitoba
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This Old Elevator
This Old
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Abandoned Manitoba
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Memorable Manitobans
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Historic Sites of Manitoba
Historic Sites
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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Curry Brothers Building (Municipality of Pembina)

Curry Brothers Limited was established by brothers Garth Clarence Curry (1929-1998) and Lawrence Donald “Larry” Curry (1932-2014). They built steel granaries manufactured by Behlen Industries of Brandon as well as steel sheds, and cattle and hog fencing. In 1978, the business was one of the top five sellers of steel structures in Canada. The building along highway 244, near Manitou in the Municipality of Pembina, now stands vacant.

Curry Brothers Building

Curry Brothers Building (July 2018)
Source: Jean McManus

Site Location (lat/long): N49.26418, W98.54620
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Abandoned Manitoba

Sources:

Pembina Manitou 100th Anniversary and Reunion, July 2-8, 1979, page 140.

Obituary [Lawrence Curry], Wiebe Funeral Homes Ltd.

This page was prepared by Jean McManus and Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 29 September 2018

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