|Winnipeg Free Press, |
November 13, 1914
Location: 277 Donald Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Opened/Closed: Around 1914
We've reported on several women-only boarding houses, at least one of which has been documented as a lesbian space (see Edith Mary Chapman's Boarding House in Salt Lake City).
|Donald Street - Winnipeg (1910)|
Also Mrs. Kemp has opened a ladies' dining room in connection, and would be pleased to see old friends and new ones looking for a select dining room for ladies only.
This is more unusual than you might think. Typically, ladies dining rooms were designed for "unescorted" women and women in the company of men, as women were typically not admitted into "regular" (male-only) eating and drinking establishments.
|Lady bicyclists in Winnipeg (1900)|