Fonds MSS 434 (A14-77) - Glenn Morison fonds

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Glenn Morison fonds

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  • Textual record

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CA UMASC MSS 434 (A14-77)

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  • 1909-2013 (Creation)
    Creator
    Morison, Glenn

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0.18 m textual records

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Name of creator

(1959-)

Biographical history

Glenn Morison was born in 1959 to James and Doreen Morison of Winnipeg. He is an ordained minister of the United Church of Canada who has worked throughout Canada, and is a chaplain at the Winnipeg Remand Centre. He has been a sessional instructor for the Faculty of Theology at the University of Winnipeg in the area of theology and the arts.

Before ghost writing Nick Ternette’s autobiography with Ternette, Morrison had published opinion and humour pieces for newspapers and magazines , as well as a book titled “Quitting”. Morison is married to Alexandra Merrill and has two children, Matthew and Morag.

Custodial history

These materials were copied, collected, or created by Glenn Morison and then given to University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections.

Scope and content

This fonds contains research material, notes, and draft manuscripts collected by Glenn Morison during the process of ghost writing Nick Ternette's autobiography.

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Immediate source of acquisition

Material donated to University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections by Glenn Morison in January 2014.

Arrangement

The fonds is arranged into three series: Research Materials on Nick Ternette, Manuscripts and Documentation, and Other Research Material.

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  • English

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Location of originals

Originals of University of Manitoba Presidents' Reports, Board of Governors minutes, General Calendars, and course listings (copied and annotated in box 2 of the fonds) can be found in the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections.

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There are no restrictions on access to this material.

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An online finding aid can be found at the link below:
MSS 434 (A14-77)

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For related materials, see the Nick Ternette fonds at the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections.

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MSS 434 (A14-77)

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UMASC

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Final

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Full

Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Created October 2014 by Tyyne Petrowski.

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  • English

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