- CA UMASC MSS 178 (A2003-078)
The fonds consists of 25 volumes of evidence from the Royal Commission and a folder of Grain Trade News clippings
Royal Commission on Manitoba Pool Elevators Limited
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The fonds consists of 25 volumes of evidence from the Royal Commission and a folder of Grain Trade News clippings
Royal Commission on Manitoba Pool Elevators Limited
The fonds consists of photographic negatives of Islamic courtyards and gardens from Lehrman's travels in the following countries: Algeria (1978), Egypt (1978), India (1974-1996), Iran (1974 and 1978), Italy (1978), Morocco (1978), Pakistan (1976), Spain (1978), and Turkey (1978). Many of these photographs were used in Lehrman's Earthly Paradise: Garden and Courtyard in Islam, which was published in 1980. In addition to textual records, the fonds contains 900 black and white negatives, 76 enlarged mounted photographs, 1458 photographs mounted in albums, 1440 slides, and 1 video recording.
The fonds consists of biographical material, Eli Mandel's creative works of poetry and prose, and substantial correspondence between Mandel and several literary contemporaries all across Canada. Also included in the fonds are diaries, business correspondence, and lecture notes on the poetry, prose, and fiction of various writers. There are manuscript and typescript copies of most of his poems and critical works, frequently in many drafts, as well as drafts of his published anthologies. His formal articles are supplemented by notes for his lectures to university classes and other audiences. The correspondence includes exchanges of letters with many of his contemporary Canadian writers and scholars. There is a limited amount of material concerning members of Mandel's family, especially his first wife, Miriam (Minovitch) Mandel. The photograph collection consists of 59 photographs, 7 photo postcards, and 21 negatives. The tape collection consists of 4 audio cassettes and 13 audio reels, mostly of Mandel reading poetry.
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).
1998-031 is comprised of glass lantern slides that Buller used for lectures and teaching.
2004-025 contains personal and professional correspondence of Dr. Buller’s. It also contains hand painted wall charts created by and under the direction of Buller for use in his classes and lectures.
2004-096 contains numerous objects used for scientific experiments and imaging by Dr. Buller. There are also numerous glass lantern slides which he used for lectures and teaching.
2005-095 is comprised of glass lantern slides that Buller used for lectures and teaching.
2007-062 contains an array of photographs, illustrations, and manuscripts relating to Buller’s research and publications. It also includes many of Buller’s notebooks from his own education at Mason Science College.
2008-062 contains personal correspondence of Buller’s with various parties, mainly from the early 1900s.
2013-113 one card catalogue by Office Specialty Manufacturing Company limited.
2013-134 involves Buller’s cremation and his remains. The urn is enclosed in the Tyndall stone monument in front of the Buller Biological Laboratories at the University of Manitoba Fort Garry campus. The plaque in this accession was previously installed at the Cereal Research Centre where Buller’s remains were held.
2013-143 consists of a wide range of ephemera and documents from Buller. It includes attendee pins and luggage tags as well as several maps, correspondence and drafts relating to Fungi of Manitoba, and Buller’s applications for several teaching positions from the early 1900s.
2014-003 consists primarily of lithographed wall charts purchased by Buller for teaching during his tenure at the University. There are also court records from a real estate dispute and a poem.
2014-120 consists of lantern slides which Buller used for his lectures and presentations.
2018-119 a filing cabinet for large format documents. Dr. Buller used this to store his wall charts.
2018-120 a filing cabinet for large format documents. Dr. Buller used this to store his wall charts.
2018-121 two furniture pieces from Dr. Reginald Buller which he used to store items.
Buller, A.H. Reginald
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).
A2004-115 consists of four series and a photographic collection. The series includes correspondence, biographical and a scrapbook and subject files. The majority of the fonds consists of letters written by David Turnbull to his mother, which have been collected in the form of a journal. In addition, two photo albums consisting of 772 black and white photographs take up a large part of the collection. This fonds deals primarily with David Turnbull’s experience as a Rhodes Scholar from 1928 to 1931.
The second accession (A2004-116) contains biographical information, correspondence, photographs, and two Spengler Cup medals from 1929 and 1930.
The fonds consists of five series. They include biographical information, publications, correspondence, reports, budgets & agreements and instructor lists, manuals and publicity brochures.
The fonds for A1996-094 consists of eight series. They include: biographical information; correspondence; the MacDonald Will Case; Ford Commission; Mackenzie by-election; Winnipeg Committee to Aid Democracy; John Tunney appeal to Supreme Court; and speeches.
The fonds for A1997-069 consists of five series. They include: correspondence; speeches, evidence & briefs; E.J. McMurray material; topics of interest; and material by other people.
Stubbs, Lewis St. George
The fonds consists of Mary Wawrykow's biographies, tributes, awards, appointments, correspondence from John Diefenbaker, Duff Roblin and Edward Schreyer and her collection of photographs.
The collection consists of feet of greeting cards, postcards, photographs, newspaper clippings, correspondence, farm ledgers and account books, receipts, wills, legal documents, land deeds, historical municipality charts, family trees, and historical papers including official notice of John Thomas’ discharge from the U.S. military service in 1865, a letter from Buckingham palace wishing a safe return to a soldier sent overseas (presumably Pte. H. W. Davison). Included among the family photographs are Pte. Davison’s photos of the destruction in France at the end of WWI. The majority of correspondence is between Llewie Davison, Lizzie Davison, Nita Strange, Mary Davison, Bill Davison, Bert Davison, Edith Thompson, and Theo Stancel Strange.
Strange, Davison, Thompson and Griffiths Families
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.
The textual material in the fonds pertains to J.B. Rudnyc'kyj's personal and professional life. This material includes correspondence, notes, receipts, minutes,agendas, programs, publications, maps, papers, essays, exams, galley proofs, drafts, financial ledgers, index cards, and posters primarily relating to Rudnyc'kyj's career as an educator, academic scholar, and author in the fields of linguistics and onomastics, as well as his organizational affiliations and his personal life. The microfilm collection consists of thirty-five reels of J.B. Rudnyc'kyj's library and other literary works. The photograph collection contains twenty-six photographs, primarily including photographic reprints of literary works. The fonds also includes one audio-cassette of a Radio-Canada International Ukrainian language broadcast in which J.B. Rudnyc'kyj discusses his involvement in the Bilingual/Bicultural Commission.
The fonds is divided into 18 series. They include: Celebrations, religion, memoirs & family stories, societies, literature, Swedish authors, correspondence, places, profiles, immigration/emigration, women, business, education, research material, photo collection including 7 VHS cassettes, 14 CDS with photos & 3 oversize photos, Electronic Records including 13 CDS & 9 floppy discs, Tape Collection including 7 audio cassettes.
The Girling Family fonds contains detailed records of the farm’s operation from the time of purchase in 1915 until its sale in 1977, as well as personal documents belonging to Raymond Girling. The fonds consists of: ledgers of the family’s financial transactions, including grain sales, livestock dealings, farm labour payments and farm maintenance and operating expenses; several years of tax returns; wheat producer’s certificates; various other documents relating to the operation of the farm; school assignments and certificates; high school exams; college notes and certificates; and bond certificates. There is also a Farmer’s Manual from 1895, in which Joseph Girling kept seeding and plowing notes from 1903-1977, and a booklet from 1940 entitled “How I Farm” that contains essays and farming tips provided by Manitoba farmers, including Raymond Girling.
The fonds is divided into 11 series:
Manitoba Association for Equality in Education
Manitoba Federation of Independent Schools
Manitoba Association of School Trustees
Catholic Parochial School Trustees Association
Manitoba Catholic School Trustees' Association
Federation of Independent Schools of Canada
Canadian Catholic School Trustees' Association 1964-1975
Canadian Catholic School Trustees' Association 1976-2000
Reports, Research Material and Conferences
Stangl, Joseph C.
This fonds consists of records relating to the academic and artistic career of Professor Victor S. Cowie. Materials include personal and business related correspondence, research and lecture notes, and a variety of research-based newspaper clippings. Handwritten and photocopied drafts of the musicals The Magic Trumpet, Reginald the Robot, and The Curse of Ponsonby Hall are also included. In addition, the fonds also includes drafts and documents related to the film And No Birds Sing, as well as playbills, newspaper reviews and other documents related to theatre productions in which Cowie was involved. Also included are 18 photographs related to University of Manitoba theatre activities. This fonds consists of the series: Personal Records and Correspondence; Research and Teaching Materials; Musicals, Plays and Short Stories Written by Victor Cowie; Theatre and Film Records; U. of. M. Theatre Photographs.
The fonds consists of records of award winning documentary film producer William (Bill) Wsiaki. It consists of research material and video-recordings pertaining to Ukrainian Canadians and Ukrainian history. It also includes videos used for the development of a television documentary on St. Benedict's Monastery, and videos shot in northern Saskatchewan for a marriage preparation series for Indigenous peoples in Canada.
The fonds consists of an assortment of documents related to the University of Manitoba Engineering Society, University of Manitoba Students' Union (UMSU), Manitoba Medical College, and Manitoba Agricultural College. The fonds also contains 10 atlas maps of Manitoba and western Canada and colour illustrations titled "The Funeral of Two Members of the 90th Battalion at Winnipeg" and "Scenes from An Emigrant's Life in Manitoba." 39 black and white photographs mainly related to engineering activities are also included in the fonds. Winnipeg Boys' Choir concert programs, T. Eaton Co. Anniversary ribbons, a University of Manitoba Engineers' felt banner, and University of Manitoba felt patches are also included.
This fonds consists of records related mainly to the academic research and writings of Jeffrey Cook. Records include correspondence, newspaper clippings, articles, research notes and draft writings. Areas of research include, Hungarian and Eastern European organic architecture (including research on Imre Makovecz), and research on Frank Lloyd Wright and the FLW School of Architecture. Also included is a set of The Brochure Series of Architectural Illustration from 1899-1901 and a facsimile edition of William Blake’s Songs of Innocence. Rare book lists and purchase receipts are also included.
The 1997 accession is divided into 10 series. They include: biographical material, Swinton's writings, academic correspondence and papers, gallery correspondence, documents pertaining to Swinton's book, Scultpure of the Inuit, documents related to art exhibitions, documents related to Inuit art, documents related to Canadian art (as opposed to dealing exclusively with Inuit art), and research materials.
The 2005 accession is separated into 13 series. They include biographical information, correspondence with publishers, correspondence, manuscripts and drafts, articles and speeches, reviews and brochures of Swinton's work, miscellaneous, sketches, map cabinet material, tape collection, photographs, slides, and negatives. The 2007 accession consists of video and audio recordings. The photograph collection consists of 2690 photographs, 52 proof sheets, 2630 slides, 2312 negatives, and 4 videocassettes. Also included in the fonds are 1321 sketches. The tape collection consists of 20 audio recordings. The electronic records collection consists of 4 computer diskettes.
The 2005-2010 accessions of the fonds are divided into eleven series: curriculum vitae, published articles, notes and correspondence for the translation of Rare and Commonplace Flowers, correspondence regarding Uncommon Wealth, correspondence and contributors' submissions to the Carol Shields issue of Prairie Fire and to Carol Shields: The Arts of a Writing Life, reading scripts for unpublished lectures and addresses, an unpublished short story and unpublished novel, a file marked "miscellaneous" by donor that contains cards, certificates, poems and some correspondence, letters to donor from writers and critics, two colour photographs, and copies of books written or edited by the donor.
The 2014 accession (A14-71) is divided into nine series consisting of clippings, correspondence, speeches, professional writing, published works and photographs.
Besner, Neil Kalman
This fonds consists of exhibition notices and invitations related to art exhibitions and sales at Upstairs Gallery, Gallery 1.1.1. and a number of other Winnipeg-based galleries. A number of exhibition notices for other Canadian galleries are also included. Also included is a first edition copy of William Howard Russell’s My Diary: North and South, printed in 1863.
A2004-126 consists of the following series: Biographical, Correspondence (subseries: career and personal), Publications by I. Tarnawecky, Research Material, Photographs, Audio-recordings (Ukrainian pioneer recordings conducted by Ms. Dorothy Cherewick), Miscellaneous.
A2007-006 consists of the following series: Biographical, Correspondence, Research Material, Publications by I. Tarnawecky, Miscellaneous, Audio-recordings, Photographs.
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 collection consists of A.J. Roden's photographs, poems, as well as correspodence between A.J. Roden and D. K. Gordon.
Gordon, Donald K.
The fonds consists of the System Engineering Support Contract Proposal for CF-18 aircraft.
The 2005 accession consists of Michael Kinnear's study titled Liberal Seceders, his research material, and Manitoba, Saskatchewan poll maps from Federal, Civic and Provincial Elections.
The 2007 accession consists of eight series. They include British Liberal seceders research material, Kinnear's notes on Liberal seceders, Kinnear's notes while a student at Oxford, research material, Kinnear articles, pamphlets, maps of the United States, election buttons, and banners.
The 2009 accession consists of three series. They include Manitoba election material, electronic records (EL 19), and maps (MC 27).
In total, the map collection consists of 19 maps, the electronic records collection consists of 29 3.5" computer diskettes, and the microform collection (MF 28) consists of 3 reels of microfilm.
The 2015 accession has two series that include research notes and appendices for Kinnear's published and unpublished work.
The fonds consists of photocopies of rare manuscripts, dictionaries, grammars, vocabularies, and other studies dealing with several North American Aboriginal languages, including the following: Algonquin, Cree, Chipewyan, Saulteaux, Ojibwa, Assiniboine, Dakota, Siksika, and Blackfoot. Also included in the fonds are materials on Catherine Tegakouita (1656-1680) and on the Oblates of Mary Immaculate. The eleven rare books listed in the register have been catalogued independently.
Oblates of Western Canada fonds
The 2005 accession is compiled into five series. The first series is comprised of biographical information, including Condie's curriculum vitae. The second series contains Condie's personal and professional correspondence. The third series is divided into six sub-series consisting of individual films: Oh, Sure (1972), Getting Started (1979), Pigbird (1982), The Big Snit (1985), The Apprentice (1991), and La Salla (1996). The material within these sub-series includes award notifications, film industry and newspaper reviews, exhibition programs, animation cels, backgrounds, layouts, and dope sheets, as well as publication and periodical information pertaining to Condie's career in animation. Scans of photographs make up the fourth series. A videocassette (VHS) of a compilation of Condie's work for the National Film Board of Canada concludes the series.
The 2006 accession consists of approximately 100 painted cels from the film The Big Snit as well as two backgrounds created by Richard Condie's sister, Sharon Condie, for the same film. The 2011 accession consists of painted cels from the films Heartland and the Big Snit, as well as two videocassettes of Heartland and The Apprentice. The fonds is compiled into two series, the first entitled Animation Cels: Painted Cels and the second PC 196. The 2018 accessions A.18-086 and A.18-087 consist of cels from The Big Snit and accession A.18-100 has textual records of promotional material, clippings and publications relating to Richard Condie.