- CA UMASC Mss Sc 107 (A.89-41)
The fonds consists of unpublished memoirs of Evelyn Gilmore's experiences in Northern Manitoba.
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The fonds consists of unpublished memoirs of Evelyn Gilmore's experiences in Northern Manitoba.
The fonds has been arranged into eight series. They are manuscripts, articles, speeches and papers presented, Western Grain Transportation Task Force, academic material, research material, photographs, and tape collection. 4 photographs and 338 slides comprise the photograph collection. The tape collection consists of 4 audio-cassettes.
Gilson, J. C.
The collection consists of eighteen black and white photographs of figures from the 1885 North-West Resistance. Fifteen of the photographs are originals (1869-1890) and three are photographs of photographs. Also included are four negatives of death certificates, the Charles Pelham Mulhavey book entitled The History of the North-West Rebellion of 1885, a telegram, a letter, and a photocopy.
The fonds contains correspondence, assorted news clippings, a photo album, and typed drafts of his published manuscripts: Sarah Binks, Tower of Siloam, Willows Revisited, Doubting Castle and For the Birds. Included is an original typescript with revisions of Here Lies Sarah Binks, a stage production produced in Toronto by Don Harron in 1970. Two manuscripts of unpublished works are also included in the fonds. The photograph collection consists of 391 photographs documenting Paul Hiebert's life and career.
The fonds contains correspondence, largely letters of congratulations on her 1935 honourary doctorate, a diary of her 1928 European tour, lectures, her Winnipeg Free Press columns dating from 1935 to 1942, and news clippings about her career.
Hind, E. Cora (Ella Cora)
The fonds is seperated into seven series. They include biographical and personal material, correspondence, School of Nursing, research on the history of Public Health Nursing in Manitoba, university essays, artifacts, and the photograph collection that contains 3 photographs, two videocassettes and a reel to reel film.
Hart, Margaret Elder
The fonds consists of two North-West Territories Public School Leaving Examinations booklets from June 1897 and June 1898. The Department of Education in Medicine Hat was part of the North-West Territories until the provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta were created out of the Territories in 1905. Although the first schools in Alberta were founded by Catholic and Protestant missionaries in the mid-nineteenth century, the North-West Territories School Ordinance of 1884 established a dual confessional system of Catholic and Protestant schooling based on the Quebec model. A photocopy of a group photograph including Ms. Ireland and her father, Thomas, owner of the local brewery, is also included.
Ireland, Margaret Wilson
The fonds consists of the diaries of Edith Maude (Stone) Johnston (1934-1937, 1943, 1944) and her daughter Betty (Johnson) Zurba (1968-1971, 1977). The fonds also contains nine leaves of farm expense accounts from October 1947 to November 1949.
The fonds consists of 10 series. They include articles, conference papers, symposiums and reports; Jovanovich's research; Jovanovich's student material; teaching material; Physics Department material; grant applications; correspondence; research material; photographs; and microfilm.
The photograph collection consists of 51 photographs, 452 slides, and 37 glass plate negatives. The microfilm collection consists of 9 reels of microfilm.
Jovanovic, Jovan Vojislava
The fonds consists of a scrapbook containing Bank of Montreal crop reports, newspaper clippings regarding agriculture and commodities, The Northwest Grain Dealers' Association crop estimates, Canadian Pacific Railway crop estimates, and Manitoba Free Press crop reports from July 1926 to December 1929.
K. B. Stoddart and Company Ltd.
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.
Fonds contains one hockey goaltender stick used by Art Puttee while goalie for the Canadian hockey team (the University of Manitoba Grads) that won the 1931 World Championships in Krynica, Poland. Handwritten on one side of the handle is the text, "Winners of Turnbull Cup (Manitoba Champ), Abbott Cup (Western Canada Champ), Ross Robertson Memorial Cup (Canadian Champ). Played 21 games, won 17, tied 3, lost 1." On the outer edge of the handle is the text, "Total goals - for 113 - against 36." Other side of the handle has Art Puttee's signature. Signatures of other players are partially visiable across other parts of the stick; legible names include Doupe, Murdoch, and Chapman.
Puttee, Arthur T.
The collection was arranged in part by the donors themselves in accordance with specifications they provided. Consisting of 168 items including research correspondence, publication drafts, and books containing the published versions, this fonds takes up 0.26 linear metres of shelf space. The items and folders were organized by the donors and are divided by publication. Records bound together by staples, archival clips or other means were done so by the donors and thus are treated as a single record, even those which contain what could be considered more than one document.
The collection consists of materials relating to Mary Olga Park, including her books "Between Time and Eternity" (1960) and "Man, the Temple of God" (1968), other spiritual and biographical writings, and records of the Service of Mystical Communion with Christ (S.M.C.C.).
Park, Mary Olga
Two of the films (one black & white, one colour) feature the visit of King George VI of England and Queen Elizabeth to Winnipeg during their Royal Tour of Canada in May 1939, mainly showing people preparing for the Queen and King to drive by in their car and the related festivities. School groups of children are shown, including some from what appear to be Somerset School and Cecil Rhodes School. There is a duplicate of the colour film. The other three films (two black & white, one colour) mainly feature student track and field competitions. The colour reel includes a ceremony on the steps of Cecil Rhodes School with boys in blue cadet caps, girls singing, and an unidentified military dignitary. The track meets appear to include students from Cecil Rhodes School, Daniel McIntyre School, and likely other schools. Two of the films show the former Osborne street stadium, while the other appears to be at either a school or community sports field.
Photographs document water levels of Winnipeg flood from April - May 1950; a small group of unlabelled photos depict a family of three, possibly of Storch, and scenes around a dam (possibly in Pinawa).
Storch, R. A.
The fonds consists of several copies of the entire publication run of the Winnipeg Citizen (May 19 - June 20, 1919), an anti-labour newspaper published by the the Citizens' Committee of 1000. Also included in the fonds is the initial edition (March 1, 1948) of the 1948-1949 version of the Winnipeg Citizen.
This collection comprises books about Bruno Gröning, pamphlets from the Bruno Gröning Circle of Friends, and a printout of a photograph of Bruno Gröning.
This collection contains materials created for and during Susan MacWilliam’s 2012 art exhibition “F-L-A-M-M-A-R-I-O-N”, curated by Doug Jarvis at the Open Space Art Society (Victoria). Textual records include promotional and commemorative materials such as handbills, media releases, reviews, and newspaper ads. The reproduction of a photograph book included is a copy of the H.A.V. Green photo album (see related materials below) that was on display. The collection also includes audiovisual recordings of a roundtable discussion held in conjunction with the exhibition on 25 September, 2012 between MacWilliam, Jarvis, Walter Meyer zu Erpen, and Walter Falk.
Fonds consists of digital and print ‘spirit breath’ photographs created by Christopher Abbott, and digital versions of the Fall 2013 and Winter 2014 issues of the Association TransCommunication NewsJournal. The photographs were taken by Abbott in Burnaby, British Columbia from 2011-2013, and some were subsequently illustrated by artist Christine Dennett in California from 2013-2016. The digital files include the original photograph, the enhanced photograph (where one exists), and occasionally a markup or otherwise altered, but not illustrated, version. The printed photographs include both the original and illustrated version of each photograph. The journals contain articles by Abbott about his breath photography.
Abbott, Christopher John
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 material related to Mary’s life as an artist, from her early years in Ottawa and Montreal, to her later years in Winnipeg. Included is information about her education, her years teaching, and her transition to being a full time artist. Personal and professional correspondence is included, along with information detailing her professional life as an artist, such as finances. research, examples of her work and memorabilia from exhibitions. Of particular interest is her photographs on location in Canada’s arctic communities through the 1980s-1990s.
The 2016 accession is divided into 5 series, with one sous-fonds. Series I relates to biographical information, Series II relates to her personal correspondence, Series III relates to art activities, Series IV relates to her photographs and Series V is mixed media consisting of slides, cds and dvds detailing her work. The sous-fonds relates to Mary’s records of artist Keith Wood’s work.
The fonds predominantly consists of photographs of children and staff of the school as well as alumni. There are also several newspaper clippings, CDs containing the photographs, and annual reports for hockey, awards, and scholarships.
The fonds is composed of the following series: Textual Materials; CDs; Negative; Photo Albums; Photographs. The series Photograph is further divided into 8 subseries: Portrait Photographs; MacKay Residential School; School Events; Extracurricular Activities; Holidays and Celebrations; School Performances; Staff, Students, and Alumni; Community Churches.
MacKay Residential School Gathering Inc.
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.
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962
The collection contains membership records, constitution and by-laws, correspondence, minutes of meetings, programs, publicity brochures, and a history.
Winnipeg Music Competition Festival
A portion of the fonds (MSS SC 171) consists of Arnason's Ph.D. thesis titled, The Development of the Prairie Realism: Robert J.C. Stead, Douglas Durkin, Martha Ostenso and Frederick Philip Grove (1980). Included are four copies of a transcript of Arnason's interview with author Martha Ostenso's younger brother, Barry Ostenso, who was 84 years old at the time. It was conducted in Brainerd, Minnesota on August 16, 1977. One transcript includes additional notes by Arnason on the interview. The fonds also consists of photocopies of newspaper clippings pertaining to Douglas Durkin and Martha Ostenso during the Second World War and between 1960 and 1969. The fonds includes maps of the rural area west of Lake Manitoba, Oeland and Gare Farm. Photocopies of photographs of actors acting out scenes included in Ostenso's book Wild Geese (1926) and a copy of Ostenso's story The Storm from The American-Scandinavian Review are included. Letters regarding the transfer of Martha Ostenso's papers to University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections from 1991-1993 are also included.
MSS 197 is divided into 12 series including: CBC material, correspondence, Dorothy Livesay material, Arnason manuscripts, manuscripts by others, academic material, reviews & publicity for books, Arnason's articles, articles by others, Arnason's poetry, songs & stories, miscellaneous and photographs.
This collection is comprised of newspaper articles, photographs, negatives, letters and other printed materials. In addition to textual materials, the collection includes 1163 photographs and 1 reel to reel audio tape.
Atlas Wrecking Company
The fonds consists of a newspaper clipping, correspondence, and surveys relating to the Married Students' Club of the University of Manitoba and their movement to establish student housing on the University's campus.
University of Manitoba Married Students' Club
The fonds consists of one diary detailing William McDonnell's life as a farmer in the former area of Woodlands.
McDonnell, William A.
The fonds consists of a notebook of manuscript lecture notes taken by Howard J. McDougall for lectures no. 2-71 in political economy, delivered at the University of Manitoba, 1 October 1913 - 8 April 1914 by Professor Archibald Brown Clark, the first professor in the University of Manitoba's Department of Economics.
McDougall, Howard J.
The fonds consists of one diary with entries from 1898 to 1935. The diary begins with a brief resumé of Reverend Dugald McIntyre's life followed by daily entries. The diary includes details about his working life, traveling, and details about the progress of his children, Campbell and Marjorie. The letters to D. McIntyre from 1913 to 1935 include a letter from Ella M. Hunt, wife of W.M. Hunt, letters of sympathy, and letters to McIntyre from his son, Campbell, regarding his college graduation. One sheet of sermon notes is included.