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Associate Dean's Office, Faculty of Agriculture, 1926-1987

The series consists of correspondence, course outlines, and newspaper clippings. Also included are files relating to: the Discovery of Red Fife Wheat; agricultural extension; public relations; research projects; continuing education; the Centre for Settlement Studies; conferences; the 75th Anniversary of the Faculty; the Alumni Association; and the Colombo Plan for Khon Kaen University in Thailand.

Manitoba Medical College - Architectural Images

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  • 1883 - 1919

Series consists of images depicting stages in the development of the Manitoba Medical College campus from the late nineteenth-century to the present University of Manitoba Bannatyne campus. Specific architectural images found in this series include: the Manitoba Medical College pathology and anatomy buildings, the medical library, the Chown and Basic Medical Sciences buildings, Cadham Provincial Laboratory, local hospitals, in addition to other Winnipeg architecture as it relates to the University of Manitoba Faculty of Medicine.

Manitoba Medical College

Department of Entomology, 1917-1979

The series consists of correspondence, departmental council minutes, a scrapbook, and newspaper clippings. Also included are files relating to graduate students, courses, research grants and projects, insect research and experimentation, the Greater Winnipeg Mosquito Abatement District Technical Advisory, staff, the Entomological Society of Manitoba, and the Northern Studies Committee.

Glenlea Research Station

The series consists of correspondence, budgets, committee files, contracts and agreements related to leases and insurance. Also included are files relating to the Station's buildings, equipment and machinery; the laboratory analysis of the soil testing done at the Station; research; and the weather station.

Glenlea Research Station

Oral History Project - Lesbians and Gays in Manitoba: The Development of a Minority

An oral history project was undertaken in 1989 by the Resource Centre, through a sponsored grant from the Provincial Archives of Manitoba, to collect the histories of gay men and women who were active in Manitoba prior to 1970. This project provides an important example of the community response to maintaining a consistent record of LGBTTQ history in Manitoba. For scholars, the oral history project is an important groundwork which will be expanded with future efforts to continue to collect oral histories from the 1970s onward. Administrative History
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Material is of the Manitoba Gay and Lesbian Oral History Project: Development of a Minority. These oral histories pertain to the lives of people recounting gay history from the 1930s to the 1970s in Winnipeg. All interviews conducted by David Theodore in 1990.

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