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Donald E. Guard fonds
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Donald E. Guard was a volunteer who helped clean up after the 1950 Red River Flood waters began to recede.
The fonds was donated to University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections in 1993 by Donald Guard's sister, B.I. Gregg.
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The fonds consists of one five-page letter written by Donald Guard stating the effects of the 1950 Red River flood on the Elm Park area of Winnipeg. His comments illustrate the nature of the damage suffered by many Winnipeggers, the areas hardest hit, and recommendations for a Red River Floodway.
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