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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Winnipeg Land Titles Building (433 Broadway, Winnipeg)

The Winnipeg Land Titles building was designed by provincial architect Samuel Hooper and constructed between 1903 and 1904 by the Manitoba Construction Company.

Registrar Generals


Registrar General


James Andrew Miller (1839-1886)


William Elliott Macara (1859-1929)


Stewart Murray Battram (1872-1951)


Edwin A. “Monte” Pridham (1883-1973)


Isaac Hartley Bell (1884-1972)


Charles Norman Jamieson (1889-1976)


Harold Roy McKay (1904-1975)


Donald McLaurin “Don” Lamont (1920-2008)

Photos & Coordinates

Winnipeg Land Titles Building

Winnipeg Land Titles Building (c1910)
Source: Winnipeg Illustrated, Peels Prairie Provinces, University of Alberta

Postcard view of the Winnipeg Land Titles Building

Postcard view of the Winnipeg Land Titles Building (no date)
Source: Gordon Goldsborough, 2014-0316

Winnipeg Land Titles Building

Winnipeg Land Titles Building (October 2014)
Source: Gordon Goldsborough

Winnipeg Land Titles Building

Winnipeg Land Titles Building (January 2018)
Source: George Penner

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.88646, W97.14721
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Samuel Hooper (1851-1911)

Manitoba Business: Kelly Brothers / Manitoba Construction Company / Kelly Brothers and Mitchell / Thomas Kelly and Sons

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Boissevain Land Titles Building (North Railway Street, Boissevain)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Brandon Land Titles Building (705 Princess Avenue, Brandon)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Carman Land Titles Building (Second Street SW, Carman)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Dauphin Land Titles Building (308 Main Street South, Dauphin)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Morden Land Titles Building (351 Stephen Street, Morden)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Neepawa Land Titles Building (329 Hamilton Street, Neepawa)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Newcomb’s Hollow - Old Deloraine Land Titles Office (Municipality of Deloraine-Winchester)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Portage Land Titles Building (103 Third Street NE, Portage la Prairie)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Stonewall Land Titles Building / Stonewall Town Hall (293 Main Street, Stonewall)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Union Bank Building / Virden Land Titles Office (190 Nelson Street West, Virden)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Winnipeg Land Titles Building (433 Broadway, Winnipeg)


“The Manitoba Construction Company,” Winnipeg Tribune, 19 December 1903, page 20.

“Deputy Registrar General promote to Pridham post,” Winnipeg Free Press, 31 December 1948, page 23.

“37 years service end for I. H. Bell,” Winnipeg Free Press, 31 January 1950, page 3.

“Jamieson gets Land Titles post; McKay is Deputy,” Winnipeg Free Press, 2 February 1950, page 2.

“H. McKay named Titles Registrar,” Winnipeg Free Press, 4 July 1956, page 3.

We thank Nathan Kramer and George Penner for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 1 May 2023

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