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Barber House

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At one time, 99 Euclid Avenue was simply another modest North Point Douglas home. In recent years, however, the two-storey log structure has stood vacant behind a protective chain-link fence, the subject of historical and public controversy.

This one time home of pioneer journalist and businessman E.L. Barber is a rare surviving link to Winnipeg’s colonial past. It is a unique example of the Red River frame construction method employed by early settlers.





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Year Built Heritage Status Date Material Floors/Square footage
1865 NA Red River frame construction. 2 storeys

Original Use Present Use Address Architect
Residence Vacant 99 Euclid Avenue Unknown


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