Historic Sites of Manitoba: Hartney Town Hall (220 West Railway Street, Hartney, Municipality of Grassland)
This two-storey brick structure at the intersection of West Railway Street and River Avenue in Hartney in the Municipality of Grassland was built in 1906 by contractor Arthur Vaughan at a cost of $9,895. It housed fire-fighting equipment, an auditorium for public meetings and social functions, and meeting rooms for the local AF & AM, Odd Fellows, and Hartney town band. The building has been unoccupied since 2007.
A bell in front of the building was originally erected in 1904 on the Hartney Public School building. It lists the three members of the Hartney School Board at that time: J. A. Scott, W. E. Crawford, and Richard Brunsdon.
Hartney Town Hall (circa 1906)
Source: Grassland Municipality Photo Collection
The former Hartney Town Hall (April 2016)
Source: Gordon Goldsborough
The former Hartney Town Hall (August 2021)
Source: George Penner
Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.48196, W100.52340
denoted by symbol on the map above
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The Mere Living: A Biography of the Hartney District by Hazel McDonald Parkinson, 1957. [Manitoba Legislative Library, F5649.H37.Par]
We thank Brad Coe, Ken Storie, and George Penner for providing additional information used here.
This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.
Page revised: 28 April 2022
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