Baldur

Named after the Viking god of beauty, this community is the home of the Baldur Gazette.

Business & Public Affairs

Arni Sveinsson Published Articles (1913)

Icelandic Canadian Diarist Arni Sveinsson lived in the Frey District south of Glenboro, Manitoba during the settlement period. This collection of documents was published by several publishing houses between 1910 and 1920.

    Immanuel lutheran Church 50th Celebration - Baldur MB (1907)

    The programme of the 50th Celebration of the Immanuel Luthernan Church held in Baldur in 1957.

      Manitoba Tourist Guide - 1930 (1930)

      Published for the Motoring crowd to promote tourism in Manitoba in 1930.

        Manitoba's Diamond Jubilee - 1930 Commemorative Booklet (1880)

        A commemorative booklet which features photos of legislative officials over the past 60 years, comments on provincial development, and photos of regional interest.

          Manitoba's Diamond Jubilee - Commemorative Booklet 1930 (1880)

          A short history of the Province of Manitoba in Commemoration of the 60th Anniversary of its formation. The document gives a capsule view of the history and economic development of the Province at that time.

            Thorleifson, Ian - Bio (1952)

            A short biography of Ian Thorleifson as a wildlife expert and tour guide.

              Thorleifson, Ian - Grizzly Bears in Manitoba (1979)

              Recounts one of Ina's experiences tracking grizzly bears in Manitoba.

                Thorleifson, Ian - Hey Grizzly - Gimme Back my Caribou (1980)

                Recounts an incident with a Grizzly while tour guiding in Northern Manitoba.

                  Thorleifson, Ian - How Strong is a Polar Bear's Memory (1979)

                  Recounts a story of Ian's experience working as a 'Polar Bear Policeman' at Churchill, Manitoba.

                    Thorleifson, Ian - Making the best of it, DC3 Crash (1980)

                    Recounts Ian's experience with f flying mishap in northern Manitoba.

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