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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Austin Collegiate / Austin Elementary School (Austin, Municipality of North Norfolk)

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A new collegiate building to house students in higher grades was opened in September 1960, built by the Harper Construction Company on a design by the architectural firm of Libling Michener and Associates.

Principals (Austin Collegiate)




Clarence E. Cole


Mr. Backewich


Menno R. Hamm


Peter Frederick Kutcher (1918-2013)


Marguerite A. Willis


Maurice Wesley “Moe” Cryderman (1909-1991)


C. Hamelynck


W. Nylin


Glen Lowe


See Austin School.

Photos & Coordinates

Austin Collegiate / Austin Elementary School

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.95009, W98.92966
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Manitoba Business: Libling Michener and Associates / LM Architectural Group

Manitoba Business: Harper Construction Company

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Austin School No. 154 (Austin, Municipality of North Norfolk)


Through Fields and Dreams: A History of the Rural Municipality of North Norfolk and MacGregor by The History Book Committee of the North Norfolk-MacGregor Archives, 1998, page 840.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 2 December 2021

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