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Beygrau, in later life, worked with Luther Burbank in his gardens. Their friendship led to Beygrau managing the development of Burbank's Gardens after Burbank's death.
Document from the Sonoma County Library.
Paul Beygrau, artist, engineer, left an impressive legacy in the three years he was in Manitou. His art works on the walls of the Cassin House Hotel impressed guests until its fiery destruction in 1959.
Details of his work on the Robson House have been photographed by the Sharpe family during renovations on the house. His only remaining work is the drawing he did of the Manitou Curling Club members, drawn in 1894.
This tour through the house Beygrau designed, built and decorated in Berkeley, Californis gives a sense of the style of his art works.
An early photo postcard featuring Railway Ave E in Cartwright Manitoba.
Two hand drawn maps of Crystal City showing where specific buildings stood as of 1991-2.
A selection of photographs spanning their lives - Medical Football Team photos, photos of their home and farm at Manitou, articles and obituaries.
A series of images of Baldur and area, taken between 1901 and 1906, from the S. E. McKee Archive at Brandon University, as selected by Ken Storie.
A collection of photos of buildings in Kaleida. The collection was probably prepared for a school project.
Gordon MaGee and his father built homes around Manitou from about 1890 to 1911. Gordon moved to Winnipeg, but was asked to design the 'new' Opera House when it was built in 1930.
A commemorative booklet which features photos of legislative officials over the past 60 years, comments on provincial development, and photos of regional interest.