Historic Sites of Manitoba: Riley House (186 West Gate, Winnipeg)

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This two-storey structure in the Armstrong’s Point area of Winnipeg was designed by architect Arthur A. Stoughton and constructed in 1920 for Robert T. Riley.

Occupants/Owners

Period

Occupant/Owner

1920-1944

Robert Thomas Riley (1851-1944)

1944-1948

Conrad Stephenson Riley (1875-1960)

1948-1959

Gertrude Maude Riley (c1891-1977)

1959-1960

James L. Crawford

1960-1962

Frederick William Stuart “Fred” May (1903-1974)
William May

Photos & Coordinates

Riley House

Riley House (April 2017)
Source: George Penner

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.87451, W97.15474
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Memorable Manitobans: Robert Thomas Riley (1851-1944)

Memorable Manitobans: Conrad Stephenson Riley (1875-1960)

Historical Tours in Manitoba: A Walking Tour of Armstrong’s Point by Patricia Thomson

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Riley House (90 East Gate, Winnipeg)

Sources:

Armstrong's Point: A History by Randy R. Rostecki, Winnipeg: Heritage Winnipeg Corporation, 2009.

Henderson’s Winnipeg and Brandon Directories, Peel’s Prairie Provinces, University of Alberta Libraries.

Obituary [Gertrude Maude Riley], Winnipeg Free Press, 16 February 1977, page 65.

This page was prepared by George Penner and Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 27 December 2021

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