This fonds consists of short histories written and submitted by the families included in the aforementioned history, early drafts of various sections of the book, a publisher's draft of the book, and a binder of photostats of pictures and images to be published with the book.
The fonds is divided into three series. A single article about Suzanne Muir, her sister and Reverend Wood comprises the biographical series. The second series contains lectures that Suzanne Muir gave at the Spiritualist Church that congregated at the International Odd Fellows Hall. The third series is comprised of newspaper clippings and published articles that Muir used for research purposes.
The collection consists of ephemeral publications and audio recordings related to the Indigenous languages of Rupert's Land. Many of these were originally produced for language instruction and included teacher's manuals, readers, workbooks, curriculum guides, journals, reference materials, proceedings, and monographs. There are also materials published by missionary groups and religious societies for classroom teaching and services.
The fonds consists of four series. The first series consists of newspaper clippings about Kathleen Rice. Because of the condition of these clippings, they have been photocopied. The second series consists of an exerpt about Kathleen Rice from a book about female adventurers. It is an incomplete copy of the chapter. The third series consists of manuscripts written by Kathleen Rice. The fourth series consists of two drawings of nature scenes that may possibly be attributed to Kathleen Rice.
The fonds contains various newsletters, pamphlets and publications on UFOs, occult societies, psychics and natural healers. It also contains Rasch's scrapbook of the Monarchy; as well as a scrapbook collected by Dora Dibney of Margaret Hamilton's newspaper articles about her father, well known paranormal investigator, Dr. T. G. Hamilton.
This fonds consists of records relating to the daily functions of the Post family farm. Materials include account books and receipts documenting grain and livestock production, Canadian Wheat Board permit books, as well as federal and municipal tax returns and receipts, and notices of land assessments. Financial records such as lease and mortgage papers are also included. The fonds also contains a small collection of personal correspondence. In addition, there exists correspondence between Stephen Post and both the Agricultural College at the University of Manitoba and the Department of Agriculture's Dominion Experimental Farms related to Mr. Post's participation in wheat sample experiments from 1927-1929. This fonds consists of the series: Personal Records; Farm Records.
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.
The fonds is separated into 11 series. They include biographical information, correspondence, articles and conference papers, conferences, meetings and site visits, Hamerton's research material, academic material, receipts, research material, research material on diseases, symposium proceedings, and photographs.
The majority of the photographs pertain to architecture, with smaller numbers of portraits of friends and his wife, Toni, and dog, Coco; animals in zoos; events such as hockey games and the circus; as well as a series related to Expo 67 in Montréal.
This fonds consists of four series: Newspaper Clippings, Correspondence, Membership Certification, and Printed Copies of Photographs. The photographic collection consists of four black and white photographs, which have been scanned and printed onto glossy photo-paper.
The fonds consist of approximately 5,110 negatives (3 per strip) taken by Jon Thordarson during his time as a photographer for the Winnipeg Tribune. The negatives document the Winnipeg Jets hockey team from 1974 to 1980. Almost all the negatives involve hockey and majority of those include the Jets.
Box 1 contains 55 envelopes containing approximately 1870 negatives. Box 2 contains 108 envelopes containing approximately 3240 negatives.
This fonds largely consists of colour guides and front pages for P. Craig Russell's "Ring of the Nibelung" series of comics for Dark Horse Comics. The fonds contains 845 colour guides and 14 front pages, along with a published copy of "The Ring of the Nibelung".
This accural consists of three screenplays by Max Charles Cohen: a typescript of "The Hanging Clown", story by Bill Manhoff and screenplay by Cohen; and two copies, one handwritten and one typed, of "The True Bleeding Heart of Martin B.", story and screenplay by Cohen.
The collection consists of five items--one photograph, three letters, and one newspaper clipping--relating to Eleanor Roosevelt.
Three of the envelopes bear the name of Mr. L. Ross Murray, 485 Wellington Crescent, Winnipeg 9, Manitoba. One is addressed to him at The Winnipeg Humane Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 1059 Logan Avenue, Winnipeg 3, Manitoba. The photograph was mounted in a commercial quality gold-tone metal frame of 1960s vintage, which has been removed. There are 3 envelopes and one newspaper clipping which was inserted in back of the fame, discovered when the frame was dismantled. On the black cardboard backing for the easel frame is glued and taped a commercially printed address label for a Louise C. Wolfenden at Toronto.
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.
The fonds consists of 8 series: Currie Family Albums, Currie Articles, Academic reports & media releases, Post retirement affiliations, Correspondence, Photographs, Confidential material & Oversize containing Awards & Certificates
The fonds consists of five series they include: graphic material 1570 photographs, 1425 negatives. 127 contact sheets & 1481 slides, textual records, 23 moving images, 18 electronic records & 10 printing objects.
This collection contains material related to Gail Nep’s career as a Winnipeg art consultant, gallery owner, teacher and expert in Canadian art. As an active member of the Winnipeg arts community, a large portion of this accession contains exhibition catalogues and newspaper and article clippings associated with prominent Manitoban artists, as well as Winnipeg exhibition reviews. In addition to the documents related to her time spent as a teacher for the Seven Oaks School Division, this collection holds professional documents and promotional exhibition fliers for Uptown Gallery, which was owned and operated by Nep from 1985-1992. Many of the artists found within the collection have been professionally associated with Nep, having shown their work at Uptown Gallery.
The fonds consists of 5 series they include: Winnipeg Art Gallery Display on Manitoba Women Artists, Research pertaining to Manitoba Women Artists, General research material, Graphic Material &Electronic Format material.