- CA UMASC A.03-31
The collection consists of one object, a Manitoba Agricultural College Pennant.
University of Manitoba
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The collection consists of one object, a Manitoba Agricultural College Pennant.
University of Manitoba
The Girling Family fonds contains detailed records of the farm’s operation from the time of purchase in 1915 until its sale in 1977, as well as personal documents belonging to Raymond Girling. The fonds consists of: ledgers of the family’s financial transactions, including grain sales, livestock dealings, farm labour payments and farm maintenance and operating expenses; several years of tax returns; wheat producer’s certificates; various other documents relating to the operation of the farm; school assignments and certificates; high school exams; college notes and certificates; and bond certificates. There is also a Farmer’s Manual from 1895, in which Joseph Girling kept seeding and plowing notes from 1903-1977, and a booklet from 1940 entitled “How I Farm” that contains essays and farming tips provided by Manitoba farmers, including Raymond Girling.
Fonds primarily consist of photographs, newspaper fragments, and several publications. The photographs are mainly photos of Winnipeg taken by Girnith Stewart’s family members or are pictures of friends and family. The newspapers do not have any relation to Girnith Stewart or her family, and the publications are books that the family has collected, a thesis written by Girnith and her Graduation Exercises Dinner and Dance Program she got at the University of Manitoba.
The fonds is divided into four series: Shipping Manifest of the SS Palmyra, Publications, Photographs, and Oversized Materials.
This fonds contains research material, notes, and draft manuscripts collected by Glenn Morison during the process of ghost writing Nick Ternette's autobiography.
The fonds is divided into ten series. They include biographical information and awards, publications, John M. King research, lectures, sermons, course notes, correspondence, writings by others, oversize material, and photographs.
A2011-114 consists of records related to the production of "Moment of Light" and "The Will to Win" ("La rage de vaincre"), as well as records relating to Gordon Reeve's sculptures and career as a filmmaker. The accession includes textual records, photographs, textile material, a promotional poster from "Moment of Light," film and audio reels (16 and 35 mm), audio mastering tapes, and high band master tapes.
A2012-86 consists of VHS tapes, Betamax tapes, Betacam tapes, U-matic tapes, Hi-8 tapes, 16-mm film reels, 16-mm audio reels, audio tapes, and 4 digital audio tapes from the production of the films "The Will to Win" ("La rage de vaincre") and "Moment of Light - The Dance of Evelyn Hart," as well as some material related to other films created by Reeve, including "I am the Hornblower," "Harawi," and “In Hidden Gardens.”
The Ritchie Collection consists entirely of the office files he generated as a Member of Parliament from 1968-1979. It does not contain any of his medical papers, files on his patients, or any other documents not directly related to his political career.
Unlike many other Members of Parliament collections, Ritchie’s has a very complete run of his speeches and parliamentary reports through the years which, more than any other records, provide a strong sense of his politics, views and philosophies. His constituency files provide the researcher with a fairly good prospective on the attitudes and concerns of western Manitobans throughout these years.
The fonds contains some of Dr. Gordon S. Fahrni's personal and professional papers dating from 1924 to 1977. Included are Fahrni's genealogical table, a German translation of his father's biography, Christian Fahrni, his recollections of medicine and of the Manitoba Medical School (1906-1946), and an interview with Gordon Fahrni by Jean Morrison. Also included is a collection of offprints of his research papers.
Fahrni, Gordon S.
The 2008 accession is divided into 8 series. They include biographical information, publishing and manuscripts, counselling, teaching notes, speaking engagements/seminars/committee work, correspondence, conferences, and research material.
The fonds consists of one unbound literary manuscript entitled Not Really By Chance written by Graham Jackson. The manuscript is the 24th of 30 copies and pertains to homosexuality.
MSS 6, PC 4 consists of twenty four diaries written by G. L. Shanks and a collection of photographs pertaining to Professor Shanks' essay "Philip Grove - His Ability to Describe the Rural Scene."
A1981-016 consists of Shanks' glass slides and printed material.
Shanks, Graham Lawson
Textual, photographs, maps, electronic, books, artifacts, A/V
Books, T-shirt and papers relating to families
Accession A14-74 contains original correspondence from young soldiers Private Fredrik and Sergeant Hinrik Guttormson as they served in World War Two.
Guttormsson/Guttormson, Johannesson, Anderson, Watt, Koshyk, Russell Family
The collection contains correspondence on the classification of Manitoba fungi dating 1920-1949. Most of the letters to Bisby are from Canadian, American, and British mycologists commenting on specimens that he had sent them.
Bisby, Guy Richard
The H. Clare Pentland Papers comprise a large part of the professional papers from Pentland's academic and public career, extending from his undergraduate studies (1938) to the posthumous publication of his doctoral thesis (1981). Included are student papers and reading and lecture notes from Brandon College, University of Oregon and University of Toronto, and many portions of drafts of the doctoral thesis. There is material relating to the history, administration and curriculum of the University of Manitoba Department of Economics, and to broader university and educational concerns.
Pentland's activity as an economic historian is represented both by major pieces of research either pursued independently'. as during his sabbatical leaves, or commissioned by government agencies; and by numerous scholarly articles, lectures, book reviews and the radio talks which demonstrate his sense of responsibility for public education. His practical involvement in social issues appears in the records of his work as arbitrator or conciliator in labour disputes, and of his intervention in the controversies arising from the Brandon Packers strike and the Crowe case at United College. Papers by his graduate students show Pentland as a critical but sensitive teacher.
Personal documentation is present only incidentally. The considerable correspondence is largely confined to professional business. The little that is primarily of personal interest has survived through "re-cycling" in drafts of other work and is to be traced through the index to the correspondence.
Pentland, H. Clare
The scope and content of this collection is best described in the appraisal report of the National Archival Appraisal Board, dated January 20, 1983. The following is a quotation from that report:
"This collection will be of particular value to anyone studying social, political, land economic conditions in Winnipeg, especially from the mid-twenties to the mid-forties. In addition to chronicling events in that city, the papers trace the activities of prominent community leaders and the various associations of which Speechly was an active member. The unpublished autobiography provides a detailed account of the life and career of an active and vigorous civic leader.
The papers include correspondence, photographs, published articles, notes, pamphlets, and memorabilia and an unpublished autobiography of a prominent Winnipeg doctor over a period of almost four decades (1925-1961). The 1,329 letters to his daughter (Margaret Stansfield) written between 1925 and 1943, provide an interesting and relatively detailed chronicle of events and prominent people in Winnipeg. The collection is in excellent physical condition and occupies 75 cm."
The fonds consists of photographs, farm account books and a history of the Hallama family and farm.
The fonds consists of biographical information, Halyna Muchin's essays, articles and research material, Halyna and John Muchin's correspondence, and John Muchin's Canadiana Index Card Catalogue.
The fonds is primarily related to Dr. T.G. and Lillian Hamilton's investigations of psychic phenomena spanning the years 1918 to 1945. The subject matter of the records includes rappings, clairvoyance, trance states and trance charts, telekinesis, wax molds, bell-ringing, transcripts and visions, as well as teleplasmic manifestations. The records are in the following various formats: scrapbooks, seance attendance records and registers, affidavits, automatic writings, correspondence, speeches and lectures, newsclippings, journal articles, books, photographs, glass plate negatives and positives, prints, slides, tapes, manuscripts, and promotional materials related to major publications. All positive prints taken from the photographic negatives have been retained with the written records of the experiments which they illustrate. Almost all the glass plate negatives were photographed for archival purposes, and the black and white glossy print collection is also available. A library of related books and journals which accompanied the collection has been separately catalogued and is available. An acession from 2012, donated by Margaret Hamilton Bach's Daughter, Dorothy Reynolds Bach, contains a photo of Lillian May Hamilton, ca. late 1940s, several photographs taken in the 1930s that ended up in the book "Intention and Survival", and various reviews of that book and "Is Survival a Fact?" Also included is Lillian May Hamilton's personal copy of "Intention and Survival".
Hamilton, T. Glen (Thomas Glendenning)
The fonds is related to Evan and Mary MacPherson’s instigation and recording of many séances during the period 1933 to 1936 as well as recordings and transcriptions of a number of séances from 1939 to 1952. In addition the fonds contains recordings of Mary MacPhersons personal musings, reflections and inspirational writings throughout the early 1960s. The records are in various formats including handwritten notebooks and loose pages, typed pages, newspaper clippings, published material, lists of spirit visitors, poetry, correspondence, printing on squares of fabric and artwork and channeling on index cards. The majority of the records are from séances held in their home in Winnipeg.
MacPherson, Hannah Mary
The fonds consists of a 15 page unpublished article titled "In Search of Security: Postwar Germany Between Reconstruction and Modernization." Braun's article focuses on the situation in Germany after the Second World War ended in 1945, its occupation by Allied Forces, the establishment of the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic in 1949, and a notable anti-political trend in the 1950s.
This fonds consists primarily of biographical information and publications by Dr. Cohen. It also contains unpublished manuscripts and some copies of University publications compiled during his time as Head of Civil Engineering and Dean of Science.
The fonds consists of miscellaneous documents pertaining to Harold E. Batters' agricultural transactions, including an expense account book (1959) and an automobile renewal certificate (1960). The photograph collection contains depictions of pioneer farming scenes.
Batters, Harold E.
The fonds contains literary manuscripts of most of her books, personal and professional correspondence, material pertaining to both her literary and academic careers, more than 1000 photographs, 33 audio-cassettes, 1 videocassette, and 3 computer diskettes. The A12-41 accession of the fonds consists of legal documents and correspondence relating to the Robertson v. Thomson Corp. class action lawsuit, as well as awards, portraits and other correspondence. The A12-133 accession consists of correspondence and a review of "A Terrible Beauty", a periodical on Heather Robertson and a National Magazine Awards Booklet, plus awards and portraits. The 15-005 is comprised of nine series, including: biographical & personal information; literary career; research material; publishing contracts; correspondence; areas of interest; photographs; tapes & electronic records.
First Accession (A1991-022):
The papers in the fonds range from the early part of the 1950s to the 1990s and reflect the career of Dr. Helen P. Glass as a nursing educator, researcher, practitioner, and administrator at the provincial, national and international levels.
The fonds consists of vitae, biographical sketches, photograph, professional correspondence, materials relating to awards, speeches and addresses, conferences presentations, drafts and copies of publications, university course materials, and papers about consultations and review board activities. Her contribution to professional nursing and health associations - provincial, national and international - constitute a large portion of the fonds. These include the Canadian Nurses Association, Canadian Nurses Foundation, Victorian Order of Nurses, Canadian Red Cross, Canadian University Nursing Students Association, Canadian Association of University Schools of Nursing, International Nurses Association, World Health Organization, International Council of Nurses, National League of Nursing, Royal College of Nursing, National Federation of Nurses’ Unions, National Association of Occupational Health Nurses, Manitoba Association of Registered Nurses, Manitoba Educational Research Council, Manitoba Health Research Council, and Manitoba Nursing Research Institute. Correspondents include Ginette Rogers and Monique Begin.
Also included is the background work on her “Study of the Use of Clinical Facilities by Nursing Students in the Province of Manitoba,” and a manuscript copy of the assembled study. The notes include proposals, applications for project renewal, reports, interviews, correspondence, and data analysis. The study was published in 1977 by Dr. Glass, Patricia Zimmer, and Carolyn Vogt, and was funded by a Health and Welfare Canada National Health Grant.
Second Accession, A2000-055:
The papers in the accession range from 1979-1999 and reflect the career of Dr. Helen P. Glass as a nursing educator, researcher, practitioner, and administrator at the provincial, national and international levels.
The fonds consists of vitae, biographical sketches, photograph, professional correspondence, materials relating to awards, speeches and addresses, conference presentations, drafts and copies of publications, university course materials, and papers about consultations and review board activities. Helen Glass’ contribution to professional nursing and health associations - provincial, national and international - constitute a large portion of the fonds. These include the Canadian Nurses Association, Canadian Nurses Foundation, Victorian Order of Nurses, Canadian University Nursing Students Association, Western Region Canadian Association of University Schools of Nursing, World Health Organization, International Council of Nurses, Royal College of Nursing, Manitoba Association of Registered Nurses, Manitoba Nursing Research Institute, St. Amant Centre, Manitoba Association of Licensed Practical Nurses, Nursing Economic Interest Group, Indian and Inuit Nurses Council, Catholic Health Association of Manitoba, Canadian Public Health Association, Canadian Health Economics Research Association, Manitoba Organization of Nurses Association, Canadian Society for International Health, Manitoba Public Health Association and the Canadian Association for the History of Nursing.
Also included are her notes for proposals, applications for project renewal, reports, interviews, correspondence, and data analysis.
Third Accession, A2002-007:
The fonds consists of Helen Glass' papers from her studies at the Teachers' College, Columbia University in 1970; her reports, articles, and correspondence; the files pertaining to the establishment of the Manitoba Nursing Research Institute (MNRI); the files re: Nursing Crises of 2000; World Health Organization reports; and the books from the Library of Helen Glass.
PC 134 (A.2002-007)
Official Opening of the Helen Glass Centre For Nursing