- CA UMCMA 001
- dec 19 2012
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The Robert Taylor fonds is a large collection of photographs in different formats. The collection has been organized into two main series (1) Printed Collection and (2) Audio-Visual Collection. The Printed Collection includes Taylor’s biographical records, professional records, draft texts of Taylor’s published books, printed photographs and a poster. The Audio-Visual Collection includes Taylor’s CD collection, slides, video recordings, audio cassette tapes and negatives.
The accession consists of brief notes and articles on the history of the choir; minutes of executive meetings (1964-1965, 1974-1999) and annual general meetings (1969-1999); the choir’s incoming and outgoing correspondence (1964-2000, and fragments from 2002-2003, 2009, 2011); some contracts and agreements (1966-1996); incomplete financial records (1967-1997); some records of fundraising efforts (1978-2006); choir bulletins and announcements (1970-1999); choir rehearsal attendance records (1981-1996); leaflets and programs advertising and chronicling local, national and international concerts (1943-2014); records and photographs of major tours and performances (including tours of Ukraine in 1978, 1982, 1990 and 1993, and tours of South America in 1985 and Western Europe in 1987); the Project 1000 celebrations of the Christianization of Ukraine in 1988 and the performance of Evhen Stankovych’s “Black Elegy” in 1992, both with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra; the choir’s 45th and 50th anniversary concerts in 1991 and 1996, etc); various choral groups (Children’s Choir, Chamber Choir) sponsored by the choir; newspaper clippings; sheet music; materials (mostly bulletins and newsletters) from various local choral and Ukrainian-Canadian organizations; photographs; VHS tapes; commercial LP albums and CDs produced by the choir; reel-to-reel master tapes of recording sessions as well as mini disc (MD) recordings of choir rehearsals; posters; and artefacts (primarily memorabilia from international tours).
Olexander Koshetz Choir
The A02-41 accession of the Albert D. Cohen fonds consists of 4 series: International Distinguished Entrepreneur Award 1983-2002, Books 1985, 2002, Photograph Collection (PC 160) 1987-2000, and Electronic Records (EL 2), 1985-1990. The first series consists of records relating to the University of Manitoba's Distinguished Entrepreneur Award (IDEA). This includes materials relating to the coordination of the award and the annual IDEA dinner. The Books series contains two books written by Cohen. The Photograph Collection comprises 118 photographs and 29 video-cassettes pertaining to the IDEA dinner. 6 of the 29 IDEA dinner videos were digitized and placed in EL 2.
The 2015-078 accrual of the Albert D. Cohen fonds consists of 8 series: Biographical Information and Personal Correspondence; Corporate Entities; Awards; Community and Professional Involvement; Manuscripts and Publishing; Personal Interest; Travel Memorabilia; Photographic Records
The first series consists of records relating to biographical information compiled by Albert Cohen tracing his family ancestry immigrating from Europe and contains records documenting successive generations including Cohen's immediate family and grandchildren. The series also contains a few of Cohen's day planners and personal correspondence generated by Cohen and his family and friends.
The second series contains records created by corporate entities related to General Distributors Ltd. (GDL) and its successor Gendis Inc. The corporate entities are separated into subseries that trace the history of the company relating to the early operations of General Distributors Ltd., its partnership with Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo Ltd. later the Sony Corporation, The Frawley Corporation (Paper Mate), and Gillette Corporation. Subseries also include records created by GDL and Gendis Inc. relating to the purchasing of Metropolitan Stores of Canada Ltd., Greenberg stores, and creation and branching of SAAN stores. Following subseries deal with GDL and Gendis Inc.'s acquisition and ventures in petroleum interests. Other professional activities related to Cohen are also included in the subseries like professional correspondence, publicity, invitations, business research, and litigation.
The third series documents Cohen receiving local and national awards relating to his entrepreneurial success and community involvement including Man of the Year, the Canadian Business Hall of Fame award, and Member and later Officer of the Order of Canada with certificates, photographs, and related records.
The fourth series compiles Cohen's committee and professional involvement with medical and academic committees in Winnipeg, club membership with The Manitoba Club, his extensive work in planning International Distinguished Entrepreneurship Award (I.D.E.A.) ceremonies and numerous conference attendance records accompanied by speech drafts.
The fifth series contains research notes, drafts, manuscripts, correspondence, and related publishing records pertaining to Cohen's five books including The Entrepreneurs: The Story of Gendis Inc., The Triangle of Success: The Gendis/Saan Story, The Story of SAAN, I.D.E.A., and Reminiscences of an Entrepreneur - How Sony came to Canada and then to the World in 1955.
The sixth series relates to Cohen's personal interest in golfing, auctioning personal correspondence of Ian Fleming and donating proceeds to charity, and film and screenplay research.
The seventh series consists of various booklets and brochures from airlines, tourist destinations, and hotels collected by Cohen during his international trips.
The eighth series of photographic records comprises 296 photographs, 66 negatives, and 12 contact sheets. The series gives a detailed visual account of Cohen's extended and immediate family, business relationships, and acquisitions along with the
Cohen, Albert D. (Albert Diamond)
The 1996 & 1997 accruals detail the formation of the University of Manitoba's Faculty of Law from its establishment as a course at the University of Manitoba in 1885, to the formation of the degree-granting Manitoba Law School, to the creation of the Faculty of Law. The records date from 1877 to 1998 and include textual records, photographs, sound recordings, video recordings, and cartographic material.
The 2013 accruals include 16.9 m of administrative and historical textual material. The photograph collection includes 8 slides, 236 negatives, 2450 photographs, 12 contact sheets, 3 compact discs, 2 filmstrips and 6 VHS video tapes. The tape collection includes 91 audio cassette tapes, 30 reel to reel audio tapes and 1 33rpm microgroove vinyl record.
Faculty of Law
This fonds consists of material relating to Nadine Boulay’s honours thesis in Women’s and Gender Studies (WGS) at the University of Manitoba. Boulay examined the ways fellow WGS students identified in terms of gender and sexuality. The fonds includes institutional information about the WGS programs at the University of Manitoba and University of Winnipeg; Boulay’s notes regarding outreach to fellow students for interviews; her thesis proposal and explanation of research methods; ethics review; audio recordings and transcripts of interviews with her subjects; a draft of her thesis; and the final copy of her honours thesis.
The fonds was created by the donor himself. His donated material was divided into different fonds and collections in accordance with specifications he himself provided. This particular fonds consists primarily of a typeset 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, the donator, and a DVD containing a digitized version of the typeset.
Batcheldor, Kenneth J.
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.
A2014-004 contains materials concerning two dimensions of Sylvia Todaschuk’s career: 1/ her participation in various Winnipeg-based Ukrainian-Canadian community organizations (the Ukrainian Canadian Committee/Congress, 1980-2010) and events (the Folklorama Kiev Pavilion (1976-84), Ukrainian Week (1979-80), the Ukrainian-Canadian Centennial Committee (1990-1992) and 2/ her participation, primarily as a board member, in various mainstream cultural and business organizations (the Folk Arts Council of Winnipeg, Inc., the Citizenship Council of Manitoba, Selkirk Avenue Business Association/Selkirk Avenue Business Improvement Zone [SABA/SABiz], Winnipeg Business Improvement Zone Association [Winnipeg B.I.Z.], and the North End Community Renewal Corporation [NECRC]. In addition to printed matter (programs, proceedings, annual reports, bulletins and newsletters) the collection includes the correspondence, auditors’ reports and the minutes of meetings attended by Sylvia Todaschuk in her capacity as an organizer and/or board member of these organizations. Scrapbooks, posters, brochures, audio tapes, a VHS tape and historical research material compiled by summer students working on the Selkirk Avenue “Walking Tours” of the late 1980s-1990s are also included.
The fonds consists of the Ukrainian Reading Association "Chytal'na Prosvita"s administrative history, minutes of the meetings, reports, correspondence, and "Ridna Shkola"s archival material. The photograph collection includes 604 photographs, 275 negatives, 5 films, and 8 videocassettes. The tape collection includes 2 audio-cassettes.
Ukrainian Reading Association “Chytal’nia Prosvita”
The fonds consists of 8 series: vital documents, annual reports and minutes, financial reports, bulletins and church information, correspondence, subject files and references, photographs, and artifacts. Included in these series are the Church's constitution, materials used by the directors and members of the congregation during services or other functions, official minutes and financial reports, correspondence revealing the relations between members and directors of the Church, membership and healing lists, and photographs.
Winnipeg Spiritualist Church
The fonds is separated into 13 series. They include: C.V., articles, MSS chapters & book reviews, University of Manitoba Committees, University of Manitoba material, research grants, manuscript assessments, conferences, publisher's correspondence, correspondence, student correspondence, Royal Society of Canada , research material, photographs & electronic records.
Anna, Timothy E.
A2011-052 consists of various legal and financial documents reflecting the Association.
In addition to a variety of documents that supplement some of the series in A2011-052, the accession contains the by-laws, minutes and jubilee book of the Ukrainian Relief Society/Fraternal Association (“Vzaimna Pomich”) (1935-1968); a large number of cultural event programs (1917-1983); the texts of some of the most popular stage plays performed by UNHA drama circles during the interwar years; sheet music; a large scrapbook of posters and flyers advertising various cultural events (1913-1962); exhibit materials; artefacts (primarily plaques and awards presented to the UNHA); several original sketches and prints; and 36 large portrait and group photographs, including 2 framed, outsize collages featuring photos of every member of the Maria Zankovetska Educational and Drama Society (1917) and the Boyan Drama Society (1918).
Ukrainian National Home Association
The fonds consists of 10 series. They include: biographical & family information, Wartime Pilots Association, awards, Winnipeg Tribune articles, Winnipeg Free Press, speeches and conferences, correspondence, research material, oversize material, and a photograph collection.
The fonds primarily consists of reports, minutes, notes, letters, and finances in relation to the numerous organizations Meadmore was involved with. While the majority of the records were created in Winnipeg, the series ‘Assembly of First Nations’ contains records created throughout Canada. The fonds also includes photographs of an event organized by Kinew Housing Incorporated, “Let`s Rap About A.I.D.S.: Putting the Puzzle Together” board game, and two VHS.
The fonds is divided into sixteen series: Arrowfax Canada Inc.; Kinew Housing Incorporated; Winnipeg Native Club; The Assembly of First Nations; Indian and Métis Friendship Centre; National Indian Brotherhood; Pacemakers’ Courts; Federation of Saskatchewan Indians; Research Materials; Workshops and Conferences; Newspaper Clippings; Photographs; Moving Images; Board Game; Books. The Assembly of First Nations series is further divided into four subseries: Restructure and Renewal Reports; Renewal Commission Hearing Transcripts; Renewal Commission Focus Group; and Other.
The fonds consists primarily of photocopies of articles, documents, correspondence, photographs or artwork that the donor has acquired from various magazines, newspapers, books, associates and other archives and libraries. The vast majority of the collection relates to “Lost Horizon”, with a much smaller, though still significant, percentage relating to "Helen of Troy". Some of the collection falls outside the scope of either of the two aforementioned movies, being a collection of writings, photos and artwork relating to Hollywood and the movie industry in general, as well as California travel information and info on Tibet. The fonds is divided into the series “Lost Horizon” articles, “Lost Horizon” documents and research, personal effects, "Lost Horizon” publicity stills, “Lost Horizon” production photographs, “Lost Horizon” negatives, “Lost Horizon” art, “Helen of Troy”, related interests, oversized items, "Lost Horizon" microfilm, correspondence about “Lost Horizon”, “Lost Horizon” biographies, oversized photos of “Lost Horizon,” video collection associated with “Lost Horizon,” and audio cassette collection associated with “Lost Horizon”.
The "Lost Horizon" articles series contains newspaper, magazine and journal articles, as well as book excerpts, related to various "Lost Horizon" subjects, such as production, reception and cast and crew biographies. The "Lost Horizon" various articles series also features articles discussing James Hilton's other works. The “Lost Horizon” documents and research series contains various primary sources such as interviews, scripts, theatre programs and legal documents. The personal effects series contains content related to Ely Bronstein’s personal life such as correspondence and ephemera, though the vast majority of this material relates to “Lost Horizon”. The video collection associated with “Lost Horizon” series contains films based on other works by James Hilton or starring Ronald Colman, as well as information on Frank Capra’s life and his American Film Institute Life Achievement Award. The audio cassette collection associated with “Lost Horizon” series contains various primary sources such as interviews, theatre programs, soundtracks, prayers, and news reports. The next three series contain photographs of “Lost Horizon”, both publicity stills - scenes from the movie -slides, and production photos – pictures taken of the production processes or of members of the production crew. The negatives relating to “Lost Horizon” are reproduced photographic negatives, while the artwork contains movie posters and concept art. The “Helen of Troy” series contains material relating to that film, including articles, documents and publicity stills. The related interest series contains various articles and pictures related to Hollywood and the movie industry, as well as information about California and Tibet. All oversized items requiring larger boxes are included in the oversized items series. Lastly, the "Lost Horizon" microfilm series contains press books and visual representations of the film on 35mm microfilm. The items are all paper photocopies of their original formats, with the exceptions of a few original correspondences, a few original newspaper clippings, the negatives and the microfilm.
The 2006 accession relates to the Elizabeth Thornton novels The Marriage Trap and The Bachelor Trap. It includes correspondence, manuscripts, and galley corrections for both books. A paperback advance reading copy of The Bachelor Trap (2006) is also included.
The 2010 accession consists of notebooks of research corresponding to most published Elizabeth Thornton novels and novellas.
A2009-006 consists of 8 series. They include: Biographical & family material, published & unpublished manuscripts, copies of MacDonald's books, poems, shortstories, articles & screenplays, correspondence, day planners, photographs & tapes.
A2011-079 consists of print and digital drafts of MacDonald's published and unpublished work, notes, correspondence, and research pertaining to those works, scrapbooks containing clippings related to MacDonald and his work, audio cassettes containing radio plays written by MacDonald, DVD copies of the film adaptation of MacDonald's book Juliana and the Medicine Fish, and CD-RWs containing photographs and text documents.
A2012-002 consists of notebooks containing research for several of MacDonald's books; three photographs; personal correspondence; audio cassettes containing radio adaptations of MacDonald's works and messages from MacDonald's answering machine; a VHS copy of an American Experience episode about spiritualism and Harry Houdini; digital copies of notes, research, and drafts of MacDonald's work on floppy disks and a rewritable compact disc; medals received by MacDonald; and a cork from MacDonald's fortieth birthday celebration.
This fonds consists of two accessions in eleven series: the first is composed of books and other publications, materials removed from those books, CDs, and artifacts relating to dowsing (stored in an oversize box); the second is composed of several unpublished works of George W. Meek (ca. 1984-96), correspondence and other materials removed from Reed's books still held at SRIC, publications, and sound recordings.
Reed, Howard Newns
This fonds consists of Victor Deneka’s biographical information; correspondence, minute books, congress and conference reports, bulletins, newsletters, newspaper clippings, and a wide assortment of photographs and slides that reflect his activity as a founder and executive member of several Ukrainian-Canadian student (“Obnova,” “S.U.S.K.”), community (Ukrainian Canadian Committee/Congress, Ukrainian Canadian Foundation of Taras Shevchenko), academic (Ukrainian Free Academy of Arts and Sciences) and especially Ukrainian Catholic (Ukrainian Catholic Council of Canada, Ukrainian Catholic Brotherhood) organizations; research materials concerning Ukrainian church architecture in Canada; and publications and slides that chronicle his professional work as the designer and architect of Ukrainian Catholic churches in Manitoba. In particular, the fonds contain unique primary sources on the origins and history of the Ukrainian Catholic Council of Canada (and its affiliated organizations) from the mid-1940s through the early 1990s, and on the origins of the Ukrainian-Canadian student movement during the early 1950s.
The fonds consist of 6 boxes of textual records that have been divided into the following series: programs, IMFC events, IMFC correspondence, IMFC Board of Directors, IMFC meetings, and IMFC publications. The fonds also consists of 3 boxes of photographs and 1 box of electronic records. The content of the textual records portray a number of donations and requests, significant correspondence from programs, Annual General Meetings, and events such as the Lighthouse project, Healthy baby, annual pow-wows, wall of honour and a brief history of the centre itself.
The Indian and Métis Friendship Centre
A2001-026 consists of material mainly relating to Betty Jane Wylie's writing career, created between the early 1940s and 2000. This includes: correspondence, notes, drafts, manuscripts, programs, essays, speeches, talks, tear sheets, promotional materials, audio recordings, videocassettes, and photographs.
A2010-091 consists of 12 series. They include: Biographical information & awards; Play, opera, television & film scripts; writing; Organizations; Diaries - Bunting Institute; Correspondence; Day Planners & Journals; Books; Ephemera; Photographs & Videocassettes; Audiotapes; & Electronic Records.
Wylie, Betty Jane
This collection comprises books about Bruno Gröning, pamphlets from the Bruno Gröning Circle of Friends, and a printout of a photograph of Bruno Gröning.
Governance files, 2003-2009.
The first accessions (A.90-20, A.90-38, A.0-48, A.91-54) are divided into three series: personal, publications, and politics. The personal series contains Holt's university essays. The publication series contains material pertaining to Holt's four published books and her newspaper career. Politics contains her correspondence as an MP.
The second accession (A.05-53) is divided into thirty-one series. They include biographical information and journals, Leon Holt material, Milner family, writing and research, unpublished material and manuscripts, her autobiography material, Johnathan Pollard research material, First Force manuscript, Council for the Damned manuscript, child violence research, drug research, women's research, justice system research, research material on Asia, Democratic Party research, National Parole Board, Liberal Party material, miscellaneous research, her articles, speeches and workshops, television projects and courses taught, academic material, awards, House of Commons, correspondence, lawsuits and complaints, writing by others, oversize material, map cabinet material, photographs, and tapes.
The third accession (A.07-14) is divided into five series and contains material pertaining to the court case Supreme Court of British Columbia - Simma Holt v. Thomson aka Sonja d. Fletcher Coronation Real Estate Services Ltd. d.b.a. Royal Lepage Coronation West Realty, and Ada Van Leeuwen.
The fourth accession (A.10-88) is divided into 8 series. They include: biographical & family material, diaries & journals, manuscripts & columns, correspondence, Gerald Eaton murder case, leaky condo material, photo collection (PC 103) and tape collection TC 103).
The Collection is organized into fifteen series:
The fonds consists of Dr. Joan Finkle de Peña’s manuscripts, articles and lecture notes pertaining to her academic teaching career at St. Louis University, and the University of Manitoba. The fonds also consists of material pertaining to her research in Puerto Rico when she was a graduate student, as well as a her academic research work with her studies of the Inuit of the North, during her tenure as a faculty member with the Department of Anthropology, University of Manitoba. In addition there are textual records pertaining to her involvement with various national and international professional associations, including the Sigma Xi Scientific Society. The collection also contains a total of 4624 photographs, 90 negatives, and 1,125 photo slides.
de Peña, Joan
A2001-035 consists of a copy of the film Archangel as well as the log books and continuity books for Careful given to Mr. Snyder by director, Guy Maddin, and producer, Greg Klymkiw. The log books detail every aspect of the shoot and were integral to Mr. Snyder's work as diarist on the film. There is also a draft of a script that Mr. Maddin wrote on teen pregnancy and a script draft by Paul Donovan.
A2004-109 includes letters written to both Steve Snyder and Guy Maddin, pages from a diary Mr. Snyder kept while on the set of Heart of the World , a treatment for Cowards Bend the Knee , and articles and reviews of Mr. Maddin's work. There are 55 photographs, mainly taken by Mr. Snyder on the sets of Mr. Maddin's films. There are also 73 videocassettes with footage from the filming of Dracula , The Saddest Music in the World , and other recent films by, or featuring, Guy Maddin. Two audio cassettes are also included in this accession.
A2008-028, A2009-063 consists of original artwork from Maddin, published articles, photographs, scripts written by other people, and correspondence including emails to and from Maddin. It also contains audio-visual material including films made by people other than Maddin as well as artifacts from one of the films.
This fonds contains records from Kenn Perkins' career in animation and advertising. It includes animation cels, drawings, film and sound reels, DVDs, CDs, audio and video tapes, scripts, dope sheets and notebooks.
This collection consists of published articles written by Libby Simon in journals, the Winnipeg Free Press and various books. It also consists of a small amount of correspondence.