- CA UMASC MSS 365
- 1923 - 2007
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.
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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 consists of Leo Mol’s biographical information, his correspondence, awards and honorary degrees, his documentation regarding art work and the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden, and his exhibitions and tributes.
Photograph collection consists mostly of Leo Mol’s photographs and slides of his sculptures, paintings and drawings.
Files including Interim Report Year 2 2006-2007 of the Interprofessional Education for Geriatric Care Project (IEGC).
Interprofessional Education Collaborative Patient-Centred Practice (IECPCP)
The fonds consists of 14 series. They include personal/biographical materials, reviews and publicity, published materials, plays/musicals and songs, film scripts and notes, unpublished materials, correspondence, research materials, business related materials, miscellaneous, teaching materials, photographs and other graphic materials, films, audio tapes and floppy disks. The photographs and other graphic materials collection consists of 41 colour photographs, 16 negatives, 141 colour slides, 26 illustrations, 7 miscellaneous graphic materials, 24 oversized cell illustrations, 11 video cassettes, 18 tiny trims from the film Vind Hammen, and 156 rolls of film. The recorded music and interviews collection consists of 4 compact discs and 17 audio cassettes. The electronic collection consists of 21 floppy disks.
The fonds consist of a small manuscript collection (MSS 268) containing a U.G.G. operation manual for elevator managers. The large photo collection (PC 226) contains photographs, slides, and slide scans of nearly every Agricore/U.G.G. elevator site throughout Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta
The 2003 accession (A03- 04) consists of six ledger books used by United Grain Growers (UGG) in the management of their property in the three Prairie Provinces. The ledgers are organized by province and locations are organized alphabetically. Entries focus on the payment of mortgages and the cost of repairs and improvements.
The first 2007 and 2008 accessions (A07-46, A08-22, and A08.72) consist of a small manuscript collection (MSS 268) containing a UGG operation manual for elevator managers, operating manuals for various grain elevator machinery, blueprints, and material relating to shares, allotments, dividends, bonds, and ledgers. The large photo collection (PC 226) contains photographs, slides, and slide scans of nearly every Agricore/UGG elevator site throughout Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta, six VHS video cassettes of the United Grain Growers Video Magazine, and five sheets of grower and producer lists. In total, the photograph collection consists of 1773 blueprint slides, 8758 slides, 1250 photographs, 59 CDs featuring slide shows, and the six aforementioned video cassettes. The map collection (MC 25) holds various blueprints of grain elevators and their components. In total, the map collection consists of 351 blueprints.
The second 2007 accession (A07-68) contains publications and financial records of the United Grain Growers Ltd., as well as some annual reports of Public Press Ltd., a subsidiary of U.G.G.
The second 2008 accession (A08-155) consists of U.G.G. minutes and correspondence from the years 1918-1952.
The first 2009 accession (A09-51) consists of material collected by the United Grain Growers library. Following the 2001 merger of UGG and Agricore, the library was donated, along with other archival material, to the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections. The collection has been divided into series and sub-series, and includes records related to acts, by-laws, and amendments (of federal, international, and private bodies) and records about UGG personnel. It includes various publications (including those of the UGG, the federal government, the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, Manitoba Pool Elevators, and the Canadian Wheat Board).
The A09-51 accession also includes records relating to various commissions and inquiries, including the Royal Commission on Railway Transportation in Canada and the Royal Commission on Transportation, as well as various submissions of the UGG to different commissions and inquiries. The collection contains bound copies of UGG annual reports and UGG News; various reports and submissions by the UGG and by other private and government bodies; and a large series of records related to transportation, including records related to the Western Grain Transportation Act, the Crow Benefit (Crow's Nest Agreement), the Producer Payment Panel, and the Gilson Report.
Finally, the A.09-51 collection includes 1546 slides, 676 photographs, 31 sheets of negatives, 10 VHS tapes, 19 audio cassette tapes, 1 DVD, and 2 CDs, most of which document the activities (including annual meetings) of United Grain Growers Ltd.
The second 2009 accession (A09-58) consists of memoranda, correspondence, and other materials relating to the election, estate shares, charter, and by-laws of the United Grain Growers Board of Directors; correspondence and materials relating to various UGG-related monographs and publications (including "T.A. Crerar: A Political Life" by J.E. Rea, and "The First Fifty Years" and "I Was There" by R.D. Colquette, UGG News, and UGG Annual Catalogs); reports and memoranda relating to contracts with the Canadian Wheat Board; transcripts, minutes, delegate reports, and resolutions of annual meetings; materials relating to UGG work with liaison organizations and organizations in support of co-operative initiatives; contracts and by-laws relating to UGG subsidiaries, including United Feeds Ltd., Public Press Ltd., and Grain Growers Export Co. Ltd.; publications and correspondence relating to UGG 50th, 75th, and 80th anniversaries; stock certificates and shareholder cards; newspaper clippings; and financial ledgers.
The A09-58 accession also contains a slide collection showcasing photos of various grain elevators, terminals, and technology, as well as historic photos related to agriculture and farm cooperatives.
Finally, the A.09-58 accession features five audio recordings of UGG radio shows and promotional material.
The 2011 accession (A11-57) consists of a UGG financial ledger from the years 1919 to 1935.
The 2012 accession (A12-101) consists of a few textual records, and photographs of grain elevators in Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan.
The 2013 (A13-53) accession donated by Viterra consists of a large manuscript collection dominated mainly by U.G.G records. These include annual members meetings, news releases, press clippings, and bound copies of transcripts; U.G.G local annual meeting reports as well as correspondence within local town boards; Agricore United annual members meetings, spring update newsletters, and resolutions committees; Agricore United advisory group reports, cards/plaques and local board grants; material relating to U.G.G. local boards including meetings, grants, expenses, local board handbooks, local board histories and changes to or re-organization of local boards. A small portion of the collection is made up of Agricore Cooperative meetings, delegate newsletters/updates, district advisory committees and communications; files dedicated to the U.G.G/Agricore Cooperative merger are included; and lastly, various U.G.G research materials such as credit vouchers, U.G.G news, grain publications, share dividends, U.G.G acts, by-laws and charters, resolutions and station header file listings. In total, the photograph collection consists of 24 slides, 24 VHS cassettes, 11 digital camcorder tapes, 4 DVCAM tapes, and 8 DVDs. The TC collection is made up of 73 audio cassettes. The map collection includes 5 maps, consisting of U.G.G operating elevator points and prairie grain handling sites as well as Agricore United grain and CPS facilities. Lastly, the EL collection inludes a Saskatchewan Wheat Pool data cartridge, Agricore United floppy disk and 10 CD's.
The fonds consists of letters written to the family of Martin Platz while he was held as a Prisoner of War during the years 1941 until 1945. The fonds also contains information about parcels sent to Platz (from family, the Canadian Red Cross Society and the Scottish Red Cross Society), newspaper clippings, a timeline and map of Platz’s prisoner experience created by a family member and a USB stick containing some digitized images of newspaper clippings.
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.
John L. Hamerton
The collection consists of correspondence, immigration material and certificates, research notes, photographs, and slides dating from 1913 to 2006. The correspondence is predominantly related to Dr. Bihler’s professional activities, with the immigration material and certificates relating to both Ivan and Lenka Magda Bihler. The photograph collection is comprised of portraits and family photographs.
The fonds consists of Evelyn Shapiro's articles, speeches, correspondence, the history of the implementation of Universal Home Care Program in Manitoba and her involvement in the Civic Reform Coalition.
The fonds was arranged in part with the transferring agent in accordance with specifications he provided. Consisting of 643 records, primarily correspondence related to the various editions of the institute’s “Directory of Spiritualist Organizations in Canada”, this fonds takes up 0.39 linear metres of shelf space and is fully textual. The items and folders were organized by the donor, by directory edtiion (year) and province. The records pertaining to each year of publication are divided into their various components, as seen by the donor, such as the final copy, questionnaires and records relating to distribution. The fonds consists of six publication years: 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996, 2000 and 2006. Records bound together by staples, archival clips or other means were done so by the transferring agent and thus are treated as a single record, even those which contain what could be considered more than one document.
Survival Research Institute of Canada
The accession has been divided into four series.
The first series consists of records relating to the [Assumption of the] Blessed Virgin Mary Ukrainian Catholic Church in St. Norbert, including a brief history of the church researched and written by Michael Tataryn; meeting minutes; church newsletters; financial, insurance, and tax records; cemetery records; bylaw records and records related to the incorporation of the church and its status as a charitable organization; and records related to the impact of the 1997 flood on the church and the surrounding community.
The second series consists of records related to the Taras Shevchenko Ukrainian Catholic Community Hall on Lot 58, which later amalgamated with St. Joseph Social Club, was moved onto Lot 49, and was renamed Howden Community Centre. These include community hall logs and miscellaneous records kept by Michael and Sophie Tataryn, hall meeting minutes, records related to community events, and records related to the impact of the 1997 flood on the community hall and surrounding community.
The third series consists of research collected by Michael Tataryn related to the Royal Municipality of Ritchot, including its history, maps of the area, certificates of title to the land for Lot 41, lists of reeves and councilors, collectors’ rolls, minutes of the council meetings, as well as records related to the Ritchot Centennial.
The fourth and final series is the photograph collection. The photographs document the extensive damage to the Taras Shevchenko Ukrainian Catholic Community Hall and the Blessed Virgin Mary Ukrainian Catholic Church in the 1997 flood, restoration efforts by members of the community and by outsiders, and various other church and community hall events and members from the years 1996 to 2001.
This fonds is arranged in 14 series, including: Biographical Information; Education; Publications/Speeches/Lectures; Academic Career; Professional Career; Organizations; Correspondence; Areas of Personal Interest; Other Artists; Sketches (and Oversize Sketches); Photographs (and Oversize Photographs); Negatives; Posters; Scrapbooks.
Williams, Richard E.
Finally, the collection includes 1546 slides, 676 photographs, 31 sheets of negatives, 10 VHS tapes, 19 audiocassette tapes, 1 DVD, and 2 CDs, most of which document the activities (including annual meetings) of United Grain Growers Ltd.
This fonds contains certificates, correspondence, meeting agenda and minutes, study course outlines, leaflets, newsletters, séance records and other ephemera, photographs, and other records from the personal files of Joe and Lillian Bain. It also includes several folders of material from the Survival Research Institute of Canada correspondence and research files relating to the Bains. Photocopies of the 2 envelopes were made on 8 June 2015.
Bain, Lillian Catherine
The first accession (TC 124, A07-47) contains 19 hours of 36 taped documentaries and interviews of Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) radio shows by David Rabinovitch dating from May 1970 to May 1973. The lengths of each production varies from 15 minute segments to 30 and 60 minute documentary programs. The interviews deal with then-current cultural issues in Canada and the United States ranging from anti-war demonstrations, race relations, drugs, the French community in Manitoba, and many others. In addition to David Rabinovitch’s interviews the fonds also contains CBC archived radio programs from 1927, 1942, 1949 and 1953 on topics such as Canada’s Jubilee, Road to Dominion, Davidson Dunton, and Hear Canada Grow, respectively.
The second accession (MSS 421, A13-110) contains research materials, transcripts, correspondence, photographs, and notes regarding documentaries and other projects Rabinovitch produced. Additionally this accession contains audio reels, U-matic tapes, film reels, Betacam tapes, and VHS tapes relating to projects Rabinovitch wrote, directed, or produced. Notably, there is comprehensive documentation and corresponding film materials for "Hard Times" a documentary series Rabinovitch produced for the CBC.
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 correspondence, research material, and music sources for Opera Omnia Pierre de la Rue, material collected during T.H. Keahey's teaching career at the University of Manitoba, and his numerous editions of 18th and 19th century oboe concertos. The fonds also features records about Ivory Echoes Library, programs, performances, Delores Keahey's study and edits of J.C. Bach's music, and rare manuscript editions for Ivory Echoes Chamber Music Series performances. Music manuscripts and rare edited editions are also available in electronic format.
Keahey, T. Herman
The 2002 accession consists of 10 series: biographical information, Selkirk papers project, manuscripts, flood research material (basis for Manitoba flood of 1950 and Flood of the Century), articles, book chapters and conference papers, government research on 1997 flood, course outlines, University of Manitoba, St. John's College and History Department correspondence, general correspondence, and research material.
The 2007 accrual contain the following series and subseries:.biographical information; St. John's College material; University of Manitoba book; Louis Riel; manuscripts, chapters, articles and book reviews (Dictionary of Canadian Biography, University of Manitoba book, flood research, Essays for Readings in Canadian History sub-series); course notes; Policy Research Committee conferences; correspondence; bibliography; women and legal research; York Factory; Selkirk Settlement; mystery novels research; Maritime research; research material; Captain John MacDonald research, Scots in Canada; Scottish research; Scottish Clearance research; Red River Settlement; Prince Edward Island research material; photo collection (PC 353); tape collection (TC 183); electronic records (EL 73); and microfiche collection (MF 36). The photocopied research material in this accrual dates back to 1755.
This fonds is divided into 5 series ranging from Feasibility Studies, Assessment Reports, Budgets and a mixture of reports, brochures, personal papers as well as documentation pertaining to the nearby community of Snow Lake such as newspapers. Several photographs are also included within the fonds. The fifth series consists of an oversize folder containing large maps and a second smaller one with mine safety training certificates.
The fonds consists of two accruals. The first accrual consists of one series of minutes and correspondence related to the volunteer activities of Isabel Auld. The series is further divided into ten sub-series related to the various organizations for which Isabel Auld volunteered. The second accrual contains ten series. They include: Cancer Care, Health Sciences Centre, Social Planning Council of Winnipeg, Canada World Youth, Manitoba Paraplegia Foundation, Catherine Booth Bible College, Consumer Association of Canada, University of Manitoba and Photograph Collection (PC 207).
The first accession: is separated into seven series. The first pertains to Margaret Stobie's research with the Bunji dialect (1965-1969) The second concerns the North Studies Project (1965-1977). William Stobie held a two year term as president of the Winnipeg Little Theatre Co. and Margaret acted, directed and produced plays for the company. The third series related to the theatre company and includes it's merging with Theatre 77 to create the Manitoba Theatre Centre (1950-1982). The fourth series deals with William Stobie's involvement with the University of Manitoba's academic unions (1949-1976). The fifth series relates to William Stobie's committee work while at the University of Manitoba (1948-1975). The sixth series contains information on Professor Harry Crowe's dismissal from United College (1958-1959). Theatre, ballet and concert program make up the final series. (1936-1979).
The second accession: consists primarily of Margaret Stobie’s research and publication drafts along with a photographic collection of Margaret and William Stobie’s early years. The accession consists of a manuscript and photographic collection. The Manuscript collection is divided into six series consisting of Publication Drafts, Correspondence, Research, Biographical, Publications, and Miscellaneous materials. The photographic collection consists of 77 photographs, 4 albums, and 18 photo negatives.
The third accession: This accession consists primarily of William Stobie's academic papers and biographical materials, Margaret Stobie's manuscripts, and personal photographs of William Stobie’s early years. The accession consists of a manuscript and photographic collection. The Manuscript collection is divided into eleven series consisting of Biographical Materials, Correspondence, Academic Writing/Manuscripts - Margaret Stobie, Miscellaneous Writing - William Stobie, Academic Writing - William Stobie, Class Notes - William Stobie, Lecture Notes - William Stobie, Academic Reference Materials, Research Notes - Margaret Stobie, Publications, Oversized Materials, and Photograph & Tape Collections. The photographic collection consists of 206 photographs, and 77 photo negatives. The tape collection consists of one tape.
The fonds consists of Dr. Frederick G. Stambrook's manuscripts, articles and lecture notes pertaining to his academic teaching career at the University of Sydney and the University of Manitoba. The fonds also consists of material pertaining to: his research related to the microfilm project focusing on the German and British foreign offices in the first half of the 20th century; Germany from the 1920s -1960s, -- including its rearmament in the 1930s; the world banking crisis in the 1920s-1930s; and his research on Bukovyna (Bukovina). In addition there are textual records on the Canadian Soccer Association, which Dr. Stambrook was involved with for many years. The fonds also contains 2 coloured photographs, 12 microfilm reels, 6 computer diskettes, and 13 floppy disks.
The Thompson fonds are divided into 23 series. They include: biographical information; academic research; PhD material; articles & lectures; conferences; unpublished manuscript Guide to Manitoba Architecture drafts; University of Manitoba material; course outlines; Legacy Project; Lake of the Woods cottages research; miscellaneous research material; revitalizing old homes course; heritage & historic buildings; heritage projects; conservation & preservation; Thompson's restoration projects; Manitoba Historical Society; correspondence; student essays; oversize material; photographs; videocassettes & tape collection.
Thompson, William P.
Accession A2006-002 of the fonds consists of seven series. They include biographical and academic material, correspondence, articles, conferences, grants, committees, and Aging in Manitoba Study. Accession A.07-61 of the fonds consists of twelve series. They include biographical material, correspondence, education, publications and presented papers, conferences, grant proposals, committees, Aging in Manitoba, research material, a photograph collection, awards, and a 3.5 inch floppy disk. An award plaque accompanies the awards series.
Accession A2007-061 of the Betty Havens fonds consists of twelve series. They include biographical material, correspondence, education, publications and presented papers, conferences, grant proposals, committees, Aging in Manitoba, research material, a photograph collection, awards, and a 3.5 inch floppy disk. An award plaque accompanies the awards series.
The fonds is divided into nine series: administrative material, papers and presentations given by AIM co-investigators at various national and international conferences, material relating to the 1996 AIM interviews, material relating to the National Evaluation of the Cost-Effectiveness of Home Care, material relating to the 2001 AIM interviews, material relating to the 2005 and 2006 AIM interviews, material relating to the study’s involvement in international research on aging, publications of the study, including several theses, and a series of 28 posters used in presentations. Two audio cassette tapes containing recordings of Betty Havens speaking at conferences are included in Tc 140, and a 3.5-inch floppy diskette containing material relating to a diabetes literature review is included in El 10.
Aging in Manitoba Longitudinal Study
This fonds is composed of a biographical sketch of the creator, photocopied photograph album pages, organization contact lists, an event program, a history of an Ojibwa family, and a draft speech.
The fonds displays a wealth of background information on the state of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada in the late-20th and early-21st centuries, as well as showing the depth and versatility of a uniquely gifted artist. The fonds consists of four series related to the life and career of Marvin Francis. The material documents his writing career as a poetry and prose writer with an indexed collection based on typewritten and handwritten manuscripts. Included are drafts of poetry, short stories, and stage and radio plays. Also in the collection is extensive secondary information reflective of his career as a poet, playwright, visual artist and actor, his work as a creative writing instructor, his participation in writing festivals and readings, and his work as a principal member of artistic groups such as the Manitoba Aboriginal Writers Collective, the Urban Shaman art gallery and the Manitoba Writers Guild. PC 250 consists of 6 VHS videocassettes and 2 mini digital videocassettes. The tape collection (TC 141) consists of 7 audio cassettes, 6 mini audio cassettes, and 7 compact discs. EL 12 consists of 8 3.5" computer diskettes.
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 a playbill from Strike! The Musical signed by playwright Danny Schur. This published material contains biographical information of those involved in the production as well as the itinerary for the opening night of the play, May 26, 2005. In addition, a pamphlet from the union International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE Local 63) is included.