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University of Manitoba College of Medicine Archives Elinor Black fonds Series
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Church work

This series contains information about Elinor Black's involvement with medical missionary assignments.

Travel

This series contains information about Elinor Black's travels abroad, including itineraries.

Financial accounts

This series contains Elinor Black's personal financial account books spanning the years 1932-1963.

Diaries

This series contains diaries kept by Elinor Black from 1959 to 1978.

Sketchbooks

This series consists of a sketchbook used by Elinor Black and her father, F.M. Black, before her; Elinor Black's practical zoology sketchbook; and an autograph book from Elinor Black's youth.

Medical and professorial career

This series contains information about Elinor Black's career as a physician and as a professor at the University of Manitoba. It also contains information about the history of the Faculty of Medicine and Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecolo...

Correspondence

This series contains correspondence to and from a wide variety of Elinor Black's friends, colleagues, patients, and acquaintances.

Education

This series contains information about Elinor Black's educational career, including report cards from elementary school, high school, and university; and information about the University of Manitoba Medical School class of 1930. It also conta...

Personal

This series contains information about Elinor Black's life, her curriculum vitae, her obituaries, and information about Julie Vandervoort's biography of Black, "Tell the Driver".

Work written by Black

This series contains copies of papers written by and speeches given by Elinor Black over her career. It also contains a draft of Black's unpublished book "The Professor and His Wife: The Stoughton Story," about architecture professo...

Photographs and scrapbook

This series consists of photographs of Elinor Black, her friends, and her family, as well as a large scrapbook about Black and her accomplishments.