Historic Sites of Manitoba: Smith House (111 Park Boulevard, Winnipeg)

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This two-storey brick residence in the Tuxedo area of Winnipeg was designed by George William Northwood and built in 1925 by Thomas Sharpe for William A. Smith, Vice-President of the Winnipeg Piano Company, the local Steinway dealer.





William Alexander Smith (1892-1952)


Joseph Harris (1892-1976)


Allan Randolph McPherson (1914-2000)


Alfred William “Bill” Everett (1921-2016)


Norman Bruce McLeod


Tom De Nardi

Photos & Coordinates

Smith House

Smith House (September 2018)
Source: George Penner

Site Location (lat/long): N49.87167, W97.21932
denoted by symbol on the map above

See also:

Historical Tours in Manitoba: History and Walking Tour of Tuxedo

Memorable Manitobans: George William Northwood (1877-1959)

Memorable Manitobans: Thomas Sharpe (1866-1929)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Smith House (1036 Louise Avenue, Brandon)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Smith House (322 Eveline Street, Selkirk)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Smith House (119 West Gate, Winnipeg)


“Society,” Winnipeg Free Press, 23 November 1942, page 8.

“Frazer – Findlay wedding is quiet ceremony of Saturday,” Winnipeg Free Press, 29 March 1948, page 12.

“Creditor foiled as furniture sold to family trust,” Winnipeg Free Press, 19 July 1990, page 17.

This page was prepared by George Penner and Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 13 November 2019

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