Built around 1896 for grocer Harry Meikle, the upstairs of this solid, two-storey stone structure along Morden’s Stephen Street was occupied by a variety of businesses through the years, including dressmakers and law firms. For many years, the west half of the main floor housed offices for the Manitoba Telephone System then, from 1963 to 1972, the Municipal Assessment Branch. The Land Titles Office occupied the east half of the building since the early 1920s and took over the entire building in the 1970s.
Photos & Coordinates
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Boissevain Land Titles Building (North Railway Street, Boissevain)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Brandon Land Titles Building (705 Princess Avenue, Brandon)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Carman Land Titles Building (Second Street SW, Carman)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Dauphin Land Titles Building (308 Main Street South, Dauphin)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Morden Land Titles Building (351 Stephen Street, Morden)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Neepawa Land Titles Building (329 Hamilton Street, Neepawa)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Newcomb’s Hollow - Old Deloraine Land Titles Office (Municipality of Deloraine-Winchester)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Portage Land Titles Building (103 Third Street NE, Portage la Prairie)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Stonewall Land Titles Building / Stonewall Town Hall (293 Main Street, Stonewall)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Union Bank Building / Virden Land Titles Office (190 Nelson Street West, Virden)
Historic Sites of Manitoba: Winnipeg Land Titles Building (433 Broadway, Winnipeg)
Morden's Mansions, Morden Historical Society, 1982.
351 Stephen Street, Land Titles, Town of Morden.
This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.
Page revised: 19 January 2020
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