Historic Sites of Manitoba: Stonewall Land Titles Building / Stonewall Town Hall (293 Main Street, Stonewall)
Later used as Stonewall’s town hall, this building was originally built (in 1912-1913) as a Land Titles Office. Provincial Architect Victor Horwood designed the building, which was constructed by the firms of Fraser and Gillies (stonework), McPherson (carpentry), and Olsen and Persson (painting). It is a municipally designated historic site as of 1993.
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Municipally Designated Historic Sites
Stonewall Town Hall, Manitoba Historic Resources Branch
Stonewall Town Hall, Canada’s Historic Places
This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough and Tim Worth.
Page revised: 2 February 2022
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