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Mug Shots & Buffalo Coats: History of the Winnipeg Police Service

Mug shots, buffalo coats and crime throughout the century: learn about the history of the city's police service with Tammy Skrabek of the Winnipeg Police Museum. This talk includes artifacts and policing stories about Winnipeg from the time of settlement to city.

Branch/Location:
Millennium Library
Date:
Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Time:
12:15PM - 1:15PM
Room/Space:
Carol Shields Auditorium
Audience:
For Adults For Seniors
Categories:
Genealogy & Local History
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