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    • Unveiling of 500 Roses Commemorative Marker

    • Photographs; Photographies; Granby (QC); Trepanier, Paul; Patrick, Michael; Boivin, Hector; Weeks, Albert; Parks; Parc; Rose Garden Park; Flags; Drapeaux; Twin Cities; Municipal Officials and Employees - Mayors
    • Photograph of Mayor Trepanier, former Mayor Patrick, former Mayor Boivin, and Mayor Weeks in the Granby Rose Garden Park.
    • Mayor Weeks accepts cheque for the Peace Fountain from the Mayor of Granby

    • Photographs; Photographies; Weeks, Albert H.; Trepanier, Paul; Boivin, Horace; Municipal Officials and Employees - Mayors; Twin Cities; Fountains; Peace Fountain
    • Photograph of Mayor Weeks accepting a cheque for the Peace Fountain from the Mayor of Granby. From left to right are: P. Trepanier, A. Weeks, unidentified, and H. Boivin.
    • The Mayor of Granby & Mayor Michael Hurst

    • City Clerk's Dept.; Schilling, Mark; Mayors; Hurst, Michael; Granby (Que.); Government officials; Municipal government; City & town halls; Centennial Celebrations; Windsor Centennial; Committees; 1992 Centennial Celebration Committee; Historical...
    • Photo of Mayor Michael (Mike) Hurst in period clothing and the Mayor of Granby, Quebec signing a document at the reenactment of the 1892 City Council meeting regarding Windsor's Incorporation as a city.
    • Mayor Burr accepts gift

    • Photographs; Photographies; Burr, David; Gifts; Offices; Twin Cities; Municipal Officials and Employees - Mayors; Fan Painting
    • Photograph of Mayor Burr accepting a gift with a group of people. Mayor Burr is standing second from the left.
    • Mayor Burr with gift

    • Photographs; Photographies; Burr, David; Gifts; Offices; Municipal Officials and Employees - Mayors; Twin Cities
    • Photograph of Mayor Burr (right) standing with a visitor from Fujisawa, Japan. Mayor Burr is wearing a button promoting Windsor's Commonwealth Games bid.
    • Mayor Millson and A.E. Deegan shake hands

    • Photographs; Photographies; Millson, John; Deegan, Alan; Municipal Officials and Employees - Mayors; Railroads - Management; "Last Spike" Event, The; Microphone; Costume
    • Photograph of Mayor Millson and A.E. Deegan shaking hands at the "Last Spike" event. Mayor Millson is dressed in historical clothing. A.E. Deegan represented the Canadian National Railway at the event.
    • Mayor Millson onboard a Canadian National Railway Engine

    • Photographs; Photographies; Millson, John; Municipal Officials and Employees - Mayor; Canadian National Railway; Railroads - Trains; Costume; "Last Spike" Event, The
    • Photograph of Mayor Millson onboard a Canadian National Railway engine at the "Last Spike" event celebrating the transfer of C.N.R. waterfront land to the City of Windsor.
    • Mayor Millson, A.E. Deegan, and Chief Williams onboard Canadian National Railway Engines

    • Photographs; Photographies; Millson, John; Deegan, Alan; Williams, Robert; Municipal Officials and Employees - Mayor; Railroads - Management; Canadian National Railway; Railroads - Trains; "Last Spike" Event, The; Costume
    • Photograph of Mayor Millson, A.E. Deegan, and Chief Williams onboard Canadian National Railway Engine at the "Last Spike" event. Chief Williams represented the Walpole Island Band Council at the event.
    • Mayor Millson holds a rail spike

    • Photographs; Photographies; Windsor (Ont.); Waterfronts; Cassivi, David; Deegan, Alan; Williams, Robert; Millson, John; Pedler, Bob; Dadama, George; Lessard, Wayne; Historical Re-enactors; Municipal Officials and Employees - Mayor; Municipal...
    • Photograph of Mayor Millson and others with the last spike. From left to right are: D. Cassivi, A. Deegan, R. Williams, J. Millson, B. Pedler, G. Dadamo, and W. Lessard.
    • Mayor Millson holds a rail spike

    • Photographs; Photographies; Windsor (Ont.); Cassivi, David; Deegan, Alan; Williams, Robert; Millson, John; Pedler, Bob; Dadama, George; Lessard, Wayne; Waterfronts; Historical Re-enactors; Municipal Officials - Mayor; Municipal Officials -...
    • Photograph of Mayor Millson holding rail spike. From left to right are: D. Cassivi, A. Deegan, R. Williams, J. Millson, B. Pedler, G. Dadamo, and W. Lessard.
    • Mayor Millson waves from a Canadian National Railway Engine

    • Photographs; Photographies; Millson, John; Municipal Officials and Employees - Mayor; Railroads - Trains; Railroads - Track; Canadian National Railways; "Last Spike" Event, The
    • Photograph of Mayor Millson waving from a Canadian National Railways engine during the "Last Spike" event.
    • Mayor Millson and Bob Pedler

    • Photographs; Photographies; Windsor (Ont.); Pedler, Bob; Millson, John; Clothing and Dress; Vêtements; "Last Spike" event, The; Municipal Officials and Employees - Mayors
    • Photograph of Mayor Millson and Bob Pedler with a woman during the "Last Spike" event. Bob Pedler is on the left and Mayor Millson is on the right.
    • Mayor John Millson in Victorian period dress at the 'Last Spike' commemorative event

    • Mayor's Office; Mayors; Millson, John; Government officials; Municipal government; Costumes; Clothing & dress; Canadian National Railway; Celebrations; Events; Commemoration; Land use; Waterfronts;
    • Photo of Mayor John Willson, dressed in Victorian period dress, at the 'Last Spike' commemorative event in 1990, which formally celebrated the transfer of the C.N.R. lands on the Detroit River waterfront to the City of Windsor.

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