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Granite Curling Club

Name: Granite Curling Club
Address: 22  Mostyn Place     
Architect: Chisholm, James
Smith Carter Searle Associates
Date: 1913
Note: Smith Carter Searle renovations 1959
This street is now known as Granite Way
Citation: Butterfield, David. If walls could talk: Manitoba's best buildings explored and explained. Winnipeg: Great Plains Publications, 2000.
Arch/FA NA 746 M3 B88 2000
Peterson, M. Winnipeg Landmarks. [2 volumes] Winnipeg: Watson and Dwyer, 1995, 1998.
Arch/FA Quick Reference NA 747 W5 P48 1995, NA 747 W5 P484 1998 Note: Volume 2
Steer, Carol. Culture, recreation, sports and exhibition buildings in Manitoba to 1990. Winnipeg: s.n., 1992.
Arch/FA Ref NA 746 M36 S84 1992
Year past: report of the City of Winnipeg Historical Buildings Committee. Winnipeg: Historical Building Committee, 1979-
Arch/FA FC 3396.7 W56 Note: 1986
Links: http://www.winnipeg.ca/PPD/historic/historic_backgrnd_YP.stm
( 1986 )
http://www.virtual.heritagewinnipeg.com/vignettes/vignettes_147W.htm
http://winnipeg.ca/ppd/historic/historic_list.stm
( City of Winnipeg Heritage Conservation List [under 22 Granite Way] )
http://www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/sites/
( Historic Sites of Manitoba )
Formats:
1500x1000 (160k)
420x280 (25k)
210x140 (8k)
120x80 (3.5k)

Exterior: general view (photo taken 1976)

Formats:
1000x1500 (160k)
280x420 (25k)
140x210 (8k)
80x120 (3.5k)

Detail: entrance to clubhouse with wrought-iron arch inscribed with club's name (photo taken 1976)

Formats:
1000x1500 (160k)
280x420 (25k)
140x210 (8k)
80x120 (3.5k)

Detail: entrance to clubhouse with wrought-iron arch inscribed with club's name (photo taken 1976)