Mucktavius and the SS Keenora on Lake of the Woods

by Braden Murray

Inside Ken’s Cafe
c1940s
 
A slice of life from the 1940s with the staff at the lunch counter of Ken’s Cafe, formerly on the southwest corner of Second St S & Matheson. Julia Pasco is in the centre.
 
Photographer unknown
 
 
This is the last week of the exhibit—Strike A Pose: Portraits from the Collection.
 
To say it’s been a weird year is an understatement! So many haven’t been able to come in and see the exhibit. For the last week of the show we’ll be posting some of our favourite images from the show.
 
It’s not too late to come see the entire exhibit— It closes on Saturday, March 27.  Call to book an appointment today!  807-467-2105

Did you know?

Kenora was once named Rat Portage. The name came from the Anishinabe name of the local portage site, which was Wauzhushk Onigum, which meant, “portage to the country of the muskrat”.

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