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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Peck Building (33 Princess Street, Winnipeg)

In 1893, merchant John W. Peck commissioned local architect C. H. Wheeler to design a four-storey warehouse for his Montreal-based clothing business, to be built at the corner of Notre Dame Avenue and Princess Street. The next year, the Peck firm occupied the larger southern portion of the building that fronted on Notre Dame while O’Loughlin Brothers Stationers occupied the smaller northern part. In 1907, architect John D. Atchison prepared plans for two additional floors, built by the contracting firm of Carter-Halls-Aldinger. The Peck Company moved out in the early 1930s. Since then, the building has been occupied by a variety of businesses. It became a municipally-designated historic building in 1984.

Beck Building

Peck Building (circa 1903)
Source: An Illustrated Souvenir of Winnipeg

Peck Building

Peck Building (June 2011)
Source: Gordon Goldsborough

Peck Building

Peck Building (April 2021)
Source: George Penner

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.89653, W97.14351
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: IOOF Hall (72 Princess Street, Winnipeg)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Municipally Designated Historic Sites

Memorable Manitobans: John W. Peck (1850-1920)

Memorable Manitobans: Charles Henry Wheeler (1838-1917)

Memorable Manitobans: John Danley Atchison (1870-1959)

Sources:

Peck Building (33 Princess Street), City of Winnipeg Historical Buildings Committee, February 1984.

We thank George Penner for providing additional information used here.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 6 January 2022

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