Construction of this Court House on Princess Avenue in Brandon began in 1908 and was completed in 1910, replacing the former structure on Victoria Avenue East. Designed jointly by provincial architect Samuel Hooper and Brandon architect William Alexander Elliott, it was built by the Brandon Construction Company.
Memorable Manitobans: Samuel Hooper (1851-1911)
Memorable Manitobans: William Alexander Elliott (1866-1957)
Memorable Manitobans: Thomas M. Harrington (1847-1937)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Brandon Gaol and Court House (525 Victoria Avenue East, Brandon)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Beautiful Plains County Court House (282 Hamilton Street, Neepawa)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Dauphin Law Courts Building (River Avenue West, Dauphin)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Minnedosa Court House (70 Third Avenue SW, Minnedosa)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Morden Court House and Gaol (Wardrop Street, Morden)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Sam Waller Museum / The Pas Community Building and Court House (306 Fischer Avenue, The Pas)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Winnipeg Law Courts (Broadway and Kennedy Street, Winnipeg)
The Early Court Houses of Manitoba by R. R. Rostecki, Parks Canada Manuscript Report No. 285, 1977. [Copy at Legislative Library of Manitoba, RBC FC3362 Ros]
We thank George Penner and Eva Janssen for providing additional information used here.
This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.
Page revised: 2 September 2023
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