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George V School 2

Address:265 Grey Street
Use:Educational
Original Use:Educational
Constructed:1952
Other Work:Semi-detached building beside main structure constructed in 1951
Architects:Winnipeg School Division, In-house (1951)
Contractors:Peter Leitch Construction (1951)

Design Characteristics

Suburb:Talbot-Grey
  • In the shadow of the grand old 1916 school, King George V elementary, a new smaller school,opened in 1952. King George Elementary 2 is a single-storey cottage-style school cost which $132,232. It featured seven classrooms and a gymnasium.
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  • Little has changed over the ensuing years on the exterior so the small building has good integrity with its windows, doors and wall finishes.
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  • While not technically 'modern' by its brick construction, the design falls well within variations for the period and has seen remarkably little change.