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Manitoba History No. 89
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TimeLinks: Premier Norris and R. S. Thornton

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R. S. Thornton was a leading figure in Manitoba politics and business. He was the owner of the Manitoba Bridge and Iron Works, one of the province's largest foundries.

Reference:
Premier Norris and R.S.Thornton, Winnipeg, 5 June 1919.
Photo by James H. Hare.
Archives of Manitoba, Still Images Section.
Winnipeg Strike Collection. Item Number 15. Negative 12306.

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