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Life on the Prairies - Bars
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R-A2497
Item Date
1911


The bar at the Imperial hotel in Langenburg.


"As new communities sprang up across the prairie, most had a hotel and bar. The bar was a common gathering place for the men, whether they were farmers or business men. By the 1900s bars were a flash point for the temperance movement. "

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R-A2497
Media Type:
photograph
Keywords:
Hotel Taverns; Langenburg


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Image Preview R-A2497 Photograph 1 - The bar at the Imperial hotel in Langenburg.
Image Preview R-B560-1 Photograph 2 - The Zimmerman hotel and bar in Radisson.
Image Preview R-B973 Photograph 3 - The Windsor hotel bar in Saskatoon had a more sophisticated clientele.
Image Preview R-A20081 Photograph 4 - "While bars existed in most towns, people also gathered for informal get-togethers."
Image Preview R-A9945 Photograph 5 - In what appears to be a staged photo, these men are playing cards and drinking. The photo may have been handed out to h
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