- CA UMASC Mss 193 (A.04-130)
His fonds consists of teacher’s certificates; contracts; yearbooks; course papers; correspondence; and articles.
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His fonds consists of teacher’s certificates; contracts; yearbooks; course papers; correspondence; and articles.
The fonds consists of twelve series. The first, biographical, consists of miscellaneous personal papers that Imich has collected over the years, papers and writings of his wife, Wela, and personal journals dating back to 1946. In addition to this, the series contains articles written about Imich, some concerning his role as parapsychologist, others concerning his longevity. The next series, writings, consists of Imich's written articles and publications and all the material related to them including correspondence and abstracts. The writings range in date primarily from 1985-2002, but with some earlier pieces from 1958 and the early 1930s. The chief work in this collection is Incredible Tales of the Paranormal, a compilation of essays edited by Imich. The series contains various copies of the essays in this compendium, even though they were not written by Imich, as it showcases the editing process.
The third series consists of various essay contests that Imich judged between 1992 and 1995, sponsored by various parapsychological organizations. The fourth series, collected typescripts and articles, consist of articles and typescripts that Imich had collected over the years, including works by Rhea White and Larissa Vilenskaya. The fifth series is a group of subject files which vary from astrology to lost treasure buried in Haiti. The sixth series, lectures and conferences, consists of information relating to the various conferences Imich has attended in his life, primarily in the early and mid-1990s, but some as far back as 1970 and 1949. The seventh series, organization publications, consists of a large collection of journals and magazines by various parapsychology organizations between 1958 and 2009. The series contains the publications themselves along with any material Imich had grouped with them, be it correspondence, notes or otherwise.
The eighth series, correspondence, consists of the many letters and emails which Imich has kept from 1949-2011. The correspondence are primarily between Imich and his contemporaries in the world of parapsychology, many of whom are also personal friends. Imich filed his correspondence using three different methods. The first method organizes the correspondence by name, each file correlating to a specific person or organization. This method was primarily used for robust and lengthy correspondence. The second method again organizes by name, but each file corresponds to a letter of the alphabet rather than a specific person; thus all A’s are grouped together in one file, as are all B’s, etc. These are primarily smaller correspondence. Finally, the third method of correspondence filing is by subject. In this category, related correspondence were bound in binders and each binder was assigned a title. The majority of these correspondence are from the 1980s or earlier. Though many binders required two or more file folders to contain their contents, they are treated intellectually as a single file.
The ninth series contains various records from the IM School of Healing Arts in New York, which Imich attended from 1997-1999. The tenth series contains books which Imich has collected from 1937 to 1995, many of which have inscriptions. The eleventh series contains various pieces of silverware which were bent by Joe A. Nuzum. Finally, the 13th series contains various VHS tapes that Imich had collected, consisting primarily of demonstrations and experiments by Joe A. Nuzum and taped copies of the television show "The Otherside".
The Algonquian Conference is an annual conference that has now been held for more than 30 years. It is scheduled for the last weekend of October and attracts a large audience, since both academics and non-academics interested in the subject can contribute papers. Organizers usually put out a call for papers in April or early May. The program committee has the right to decline unsuitable papers.
The fonds consists of organizational, fiscal, and editorial records, the cumulative index, orders, and type-settings (camera-ready artwork) for papers of the Algonquian Conference.
Wolfart, H. Christoph
The fonds consists of journals, correspondence, original manuscripts, published works, poetry, plays, short stories, novels, memoirs, certificates, newspaper clippings, personal documents, and photographs.
Brown, Alice Cameron
The fonds consists of correspondence between Alice Millidge and several Canadian soldiers who were serving overseas during the First World War.
The fonds contains textual, photographic and digital records. The textual records include handwritten and typewritten correspondence relating to séances and spirit communication between family members. The photographs are black and white and color images of members of the Campbell and Hamilton families. The digital records consist of one compact disc of scanned images of family members and another compact disc with scanned copies of minutes relating to the Sylvia Barber séances (A.10-82). There are 32 physical photographs and 277 digital photographs comprising the photograph collection.
The collection consists of a booklet titled Wandering in Wattsview, Wattsview History 1879-1967. The book contains maps, biographical information, general history of the community, family histories and photographs. It was put together and published by the Wattsview Centennial Club Committee. The fonds also includes an audio tape of the reminiscences of Mrs. Butcher, who was a resident of Wattsview. It was recorded by her son, John Butcher on December 26, 1966. The recording also contains information about Fort Ellice. The audio tape is located at TC 82.
The fonds is separated into eleven series. They include biographical material, feature films, mini-series, television shows, scripts & screenplays, background/research material, conventions, photograph collection (PC 204), audio recordings (TC 117), electronic records (EL 6), and ephemera. The photograph collection includes 853 photographs, 25 negatives, 16 slides, 445 sketches, 25 large sketches, and 17 posters (desginated as MC 15). The fonds also includes 293 VHS videocassettes, 163 U-matic videocassettes, 19 DVDs and 1 laser-disc. Audio recordings include 2 CDs and electronic records include 2 floppy discs and 1 CD-rom.
The records of this fonds have been arranged in their original form, retaining the file/binder inscriptions as file titles in the finding aid. The fonds consists of the scrapbooks (central records) comprise the first series in the collection. Records created by Past Presidents of the Alumnae are found in the second series. Committee records, which were kept separately from the Central Records, form the third series. The forth series, General Records, group items generated by some officers/members in an official capacity. As such, it follows the same functional principle as series two and three, but uses thematic file titles. The last two series, however, are artificially created subject files formed from scattered records in the accessions and memorabilia. Photographs and posters not contained in the scrapbooks have been transferred to Photograph Collection (Pc 290, A.09-91) which also contains Alpha Omega Alumnae's 50th Anniversary Album. The audio recordings have been transferred to Tape Collection (TC 150, A.09-91).
Alpha Omega Women's Alumnae
A1980-043, A1980-047: the fonds contains: minutes and correspondence of the Board of Directors and Committees, including the Centennial Committee; files on awards, fund raising and advertising activities; correspondence with branches of the Association and other Canadian and American Alumni Associations; annual reports; miscellaneous correspondence of former Alumni Executive Director, John M. Gordon. Most records date from 1950 to 1975.
PC 8:The photograph collection contains 222 images. Where possible, individuals in the images have been identified and dated. Many of the photographs appeared in the Alumni Journal and The Manitoban between the years 1960 and 1973. There are 29 oversized photographs of early twentieth century graduating classes and intercollegiate activities.
A2003-114: The fonds contains 43 photographs of historical figures relating to the University of Manitoba, the Canadian Forestry Convention in Winnipeg, and the official opening of BRIDGE. The fonds also contains a newspaper clipping of a cartoon.
Alumni Association Inc.
This collection consists of issues of the University of Manitoba Faculty of Agriculture publication “The Hay Baler,” from 1947 and 1948; and a number of photographs of Faculty of Agriculture people and events.
Photograph: Dean MacEwan, Faculty of Agriculture – Freshman Parade – October 1947
Photograph: Dean MacEwan, Faculty of Agriculture – Freshman Parade – October 1947
Photograph: Faculty of Agriculture Graduating Class – Spring, 1948
Photograph: Faculty of Agriculture in the Freshman Parade – October, 1946
Photograph: Faculty of Agriculture Plant Science Graduating Class – Spring, 1948
“The Hay Baler: Freshman Edition” – Faculty of Agriculture publication – October, 1947
“The Hay Baler” – Faculty of Agriculture publication – November, 1947
“The Hay Baler” – Faculty of Agriculture publication – December, 1947
“The Hay Baler” – Faculty of Agriculture publication – February-March, 1948
“The Hay Baler: Graduation Edition” – Faculty of Agriculture publication – April, 1948
University of Manitoba
The fonds consists of one minute book from 1949-1950, including membership lists, correspondence, minutes, and committee rosters.
American Association of University Professors / University of Manitoba Chapter
The fonds consists of a photograph of a Rummely threshing machine owned by four families in the Neepawa area during the 1930s. The fonds also contains a clipping featuring a poem written by Frank Dudenhoffer in 1948 that was printed for the Centennial of Neepawa in 1983.
The fonds consists primarily of the poetry and correspondence of Andrew Suknaski. The poetry is in original manuscript format showing multiple progressive versions. Bits of poetry and notes are found on the margins of newspaper articles and the back of cigarette packages. The correspondence is extensive, mainly with other poets and writers of the 1970s and 1980s. There are also many diaries from the 1970s and onward and printed matter such as magazines, old journals, and newspaper articles. The collection also includes 54 audio recordings of Suknaski and other poets and almost 200 books from his personal library. The photograph collection includes 302 photographs, 2 contact sheets, 2 postcards, 81 slides, 32 negative strips, 8 negatives, 1 video cassette, and 1 photo album. The collection includes publications containing poetry by Suknaski as well as publications containing reviews or discussion of his work.
The fonds consists of three series covering Davis' professional life. The first series is Correspondence. This includes correspondence with colleagues and publishers regarding research and publication. The correspondence spans the years 1983 to 1994, with the predominant years being 1992 to 1994.
The second series covers Davis' Literary Career. The series is broken down into the subseries of research and publications. There is research on several of Davis' projects, including Sir Frank Brangwyn; photoengraving and Frederick Brigden; Simcoe County; Manitoba Artists; and Mary Riter Hamilton. The publications subseries is divided onto to sections, articles and typescripts. IN the articles section there are some reviews Davis wrote as well as articles on the following subjects: prairie women as seen through The Grain Growers Guide 1908-1928; women and technology on the prairies 1910-1940; Mary Barrett Speechly; landscape in Canadian popular illustration before 1920; and the Grand Western Canadian Screen Shop. Under typescripts there is a copy of "And So The Lights Came On": Women and History in Manitoba, which was edited by Davis, as well as copies of photographs used in the publication. There is a bound copy and an unbound copy of "Country Homemakers": a selection of letters and editorials from the woman's page of The Grain Growers Guide 1908-1928 Part I: The Home and the Farm, as well as an unbound copy of Part II: Outside the Home. These were published in 1989.
The final series encompasses Davis' academic career. There is a report card from King's College Hospital in 1945, as well as a 1948 graduation certificate and a testimonial from 1951. There is also literature dealing with both The Lady Eleanor Holles School and King's College Hospital from the 1960s and the 1990s. There are graduation programs and invitations from the University of Winnipeg from 1975 to 1977. As well, there are two University of Winnipeg journals from 1977 and 1979. This series also includes Davis' graduate school essays from both the University of Winnipeg and the University of Manitoba from 1975 to 1981. Finally there is an official transcript from the University of Manitoba from 1988.
There is also a photograph collection (PC 144) which contains 74 slides dealing with Davis' research and teaching of art history. The slides contain examples of art from the 18th to the 20th centuries, with an emphasis on the years 1850 to 1890.
Davis, Angela E.
Accessions A.04-36, A.04-07, A.04-115 consist primarily of photo albums and scrapbooks that document the artistic work of Angus Shortt. In addition, the accessions include journals of birds observed by Shortt from 1931 to 1996. Both accessions have been divided into three series of scrapbooks, published materials, and journals. These accessions include 218 photos and 6 scrapbooks of photo reproductions of Angus Shortt’s art.
Accessions A.06-23 and A.06-37 consist of biographical information, correspondence, field records, journals, Ducks Unlimited publications, artwork collection, numerous paintings and designs of ducks and geese and other wildlife birds, photo-reproductions of artwork, scrapbooks reflecting Angus Shortt's graphic artwork, family photographs, and biographical information depicting his life. These accessions also include a substantial photograph and video collection (PC 207) featuring an interview with Angus and Betsy Shortt conducted by Bev Pike for the Manitoba Museum Archives and various Ducks Unlimited films.
Accession A.08-136 is divided into five series. They include unpublished manuscripts, published manuscripts, painted ashtrays (11 in total), framed paintings (23 in total), and unframed paintings (22 in total).
The fonds contains an original music score, several unpublished stories, a play, and poetry. There are copies of her published work in Voxair.
Carson, Ann Elizabeth
The accrual consists of letters from Margaret Avison to Anne Corkett as well as miscellaneous religious material.
The fonds consists of biographical information, correspndence and documents from her involvement with various organizations including Altrusa Club of Winnipeg and Altrusa International, Inc., Alpha Omega Alumnae, and the Council of Women of Winnipeg.
The fonds consists of research material and interviews compiled for the publication of MPC Flashbacks: A Commemorative History Celebrating the 90th Anniversary of the Arrival of Settlers in the Meleb-Park-Cuming School District Area.
The fonds consists of Anton and Patty's biographical information, awards, philanthrophy, correspondence and information re: HMCS Uganda Cruiser.
The content of the fonds consists primarily of correspondence, but also includes photographs, postcards, and a Royal Canadian Air Force service and paybook.
Polson, Archibald John
The fonds consists of recordings of addresses given at the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections Discovery Hour Series, as well as the University Publications Collection which was accumulated by the Archives.
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
The fonds was arranged in part by the transferring agent according to specifications he provided. This particular fonds consists primarily of a typescript of Batcheldor’s “Macro-PK in Group Sittings: Theoretical and Practical Aspects”, as well as a brief biographical description created by Walter Meyer zu Erpen and a DVD containing a digitized version of the typescript.
Owen, A.R.G. (George)
The Collection is organized into fifteen series:
Although the provenance of this collection is Arnold O. Brigden, the bulk of the manuscript collection consists of incoming letters from Arnold's family in England and Toronto. These letters contain more information about Arnold's family than about Arnold himself. Order was imposed on these letters since there appeared to be no original order and in several cases, because the year was not indicated, it was not always possible to ensure that the letters are arranged in their original sequence. The letters cover the period from 1909-1971 with the bulk of them written during the Edwardian era and during World War I. Sixty-one letters were received by Arnold Brigden from his mother, Susie Brigden, who was the wife of a Methodist minister. Since Methodist ministers only stayed three years in one parish, the letters are sent from Barrow in Furness, Lewes, Peterborough, and Cottingham and they are kept in separate folders. These letters give a good idea of the problems and concerns of a Methodist minister's wife at the beginning of the twentieth century as well as concerns over World War I. Arnold's two sisters, Kathleen and Dorothy, wrote twenty-seven and eighteen letters respectively. These letters are an excellent source about young English women in the early twentieth century who are finishing schooling and finding their first jobs as teachers. Dorothy's letters are also a source of information regarding concerts and plays taking place in London. Throughout there is a continuing concern about money matters and the difficulties of maintaining a genteel lifestyle on a limited income.
The letters from Toronto are from Arnold's cousins, Bertha and Fred, as well as from Arnold's Uncle, William, who was actively involved in Methodist church activities in Toronto. Fred Brigden was the son of Frederick Brigden, the founder of Brigden's in Toronto, and some of Fred's letters refer to business matters, especially after 1914 when Arnold became the manager of Brigden's in Winnipeg. However, Fred was a professional artist and since he was a member of the Ontario Society of Artists and had exhibited at the Royal Canadian Academy, his letters often refer to sketches or paintings which he was working on. Two of Fred's letters contain small sketches of work in progress.
Also included in the collection is a letter from Charles F. Comfort, written in 1971, to L.F. Smith, Vice-President of Creative Services of Brigdens Limited, Toronto, thanking Mr. Smith for sending Charles Comfort a compy of the commemorative book The First One Hundred Years. This book, written by Edward J. Nicholson in 1971, is kept in the Department. A second letter from Charles Comfort to Arnold Brigden discusses errors which occured in the earlier letter which Comfort sent to L.F. Smith as well as a general discussion of the commemorative book.
Only two written records were actually produced by Arnold Brigden himself. One is a brief postcard (c. 1956) and the other is his travel diary, Holiday Jaunts, which gives daily descriptions of holiday activities at Bear River, Nova Scotia in 1906, Port Sydney, Muskoka in 1907, and Felkstone in England where Arnold visited his sister Kathleen for a weekend in 1909.
This collection also contains thirteen dry plate negatives taken in 1908, when Arnold was still a young man and visiting his family in England, eleven glass slides of flowers and the Canadian Rockies, forty-two black and white photos taken in 1936 of the funeral of King George V and Wisley Gardens as well as a wedding picture of Arnold's sister, Kathleen, when she married Will in 1915. The photo collection also includes 132 35mm slides (c. 1956-1957) consisting of pictures of European trips, camping in the Canadian Rockies and flowers. As much as possible, the orginal order of the photograph collection has been maintained.
The balance of the collection consists of fifteen postcards, most of them showing the Royal Pavilion at Brighton, England, and two pamphlets of Wisley Garden published by the Royal Horticultural Society.
The Winnipeg Art Gallery also has a collection of Arnold Brigden's papers and further primary source material relating to Frederick Brigden, the founder of Brigden's in Toronto, can be found in the Baldwin Room, Metropolitan Toronto Library. For a full account of the Brigden firm, see Angela E. Davis, "Business, Art and Labour: Brigden's and the Growth of the Canadian Graphic Arts Industry 1870-1950." PhD. dissertation, University of Manitoba, 1986. (microfilm and manuscript copies in Elizabeth Dafoe Library; manuscript copies also in Clara Landers Library, Winnipeg Art Gallery)
Brigden, Arnold O.