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Raymond Currie fonds

  • CA UMASC A2018-033
  • Fonds
  • 1901-2018

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

Currie, Raymond

Newspapers, 1902-1903

  • CA UMASC A2018-058
  • Accession
  • 1902 - 1903

Issues of The Free Press News, Manitoba Free Press, Manitoba Morning Free Press, Mail and Empire, Toronto, 1902-1903.

Intercontinental Exchange Inc. fonds

  • CA UMASC A2018-103
  • Fonds
  • 1886-2014

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.

Intercontinental Exchange Inc.

Gail Nep fonds

  • CA UMASC A2018-131
  • Fonds
  • 1962-2011

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.

Nep, Gail

Claudine Majzels fonds

  • CA UMASC A2018-144
  • Fonds
  • 1896-1914

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.

Majzels, Claudine

Bruce Head fonds

  • CA UMASC A2019-057
  • Fonds
  • 1957-2009

The collection includes information and articles about Bruce Head and his work. It also includes photographs and sketch books of his personal work.

Head, Bruce

John W. Dafoe fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 003
  • Fonds
  • 1896-1944

The fonds consists of Dafoe's personal and political records, including diaries, correspondence, speeches, editorials, articles, memoranda, reports and news clippings. Included are two unpublished diaries: one written in 1919 while Dafoe attended the Paris Peace Conference, and the other written in 1923 while at the Imperial Conference. Correspondence ranges from 1896 to 1944 and is most complete in the years immediately after the First World War. Dafoe had many correspondents all over the world, most of whom dealt with public affairs, economic and political issues, and international activities. Included in the fonds are sixty-six speeches, mostly of a political nature, and which range in date from 1911 to 1943. There is also a collection of his writings, including his Manitoba Free Press editorials from July to October of 1917, and 25 reports and research compilations on a variety of subjects. Newspaper clippings include reviews of his books and articles. Other miscellaneous material includes the Dafoe family tree, memorials written by friends and peers, and a semi-biographical sketch of Dafoe's early years written by his sister, Mrs E. Emerson. Archives & Special Collections also houses an ancillary collection, in microform format (MF 15), of his printed Manitoba Free Press editorials from 1928 to 1944.

Dafoe, John Wesley

Hamilton Family fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 014
  • Fonds
  • 1919-1986

The fonds is primarily related to Dr. T.G. and Lillian Hamilton's investigations of psychic phenomena spanning the years 1918 to 1945. The subject matter of the records includes rappings, clairvoyance, trance states and trance charts, telekinesis, wax molds, bell-ringing, transcripts and visions, as well as teleplasmic manifestations. The records are in the following various formats: scrapbooks, seance attendance records and registers, affidavits, automatic writings, correspondence, speeches and lectures, newsclippings, journal articles, books, photographs, glass plate negatives and positives, prints, slides, tapes, manuscripts, and promotional materials related to major publications. All positive prints taken from the photographic negatives have been retained with the written records of the experiments which they illustrate. Almost all the glass plate negatives were photographed for archival purposes, and the black and white glossy print collection is also available. A library of related books and journals which accompanied the collection has been separately catalogued and is available. An acession from 2012, donated by Margaret Hamilton Bach's Daughter, Dorothy Reynolds Bach, contains a photo of Lillian May Hamilton, ca. late 1940s, several photographs taken in the 1930s that ended up in the book "Intention and Survival", and various reviews of that book and "Is Survival a Fact?" Also included is Lillian May Hamilton's personal copy of "Intention and Survival".

Hamilton, T. Glen (Thomas Glendenning)

Hamilton Family accrual

Although more than ninety percent of the collection is related to Dr. T.G. Hamilton's investigations of psychic phenomena, the collection is of interest not only to the psychic researcher. Anyone interested in social characteristics of Winnipeg during the Post-World War I and Depression periods will find these records of local historical events a rich resource.

Medical and political historians may also find these records worth investigation. They cover the period from 1915 to 1935, an important period of medical discovery and of social legislation in Manitoba. The materials documenting Dr. Hamilton's medical and political careers complement the records of the Winnipeg General Hospital held by the Provincial Archives of Manitoba and the Legislative Scrapbooks of the Manitoba Legislative Building.

The records relating to psychic experimentation span the years 1918 to 1945. The highly-controlled experiments conducted by the Hamilton Group are important in that they form a solid bridge between late nineteenth and early twentieth century research and the developments of the last twenty-five years.

The subject matter of the records includes "rappings", clairvoyance, trance states and trance charts, telekinesis, wax molds, bell-ringing, trance scripts and visions, as well as teleplasmic manifestations.

The records are in various formats--scrapbooks, seance attendance records and registers, affidavits, automatic writings, correspondence, speeches and lectures, newspaper clippings, journal articles, books, photographic records, glass plate negatives and positives, prints, slides, tapes, manuscripts and promotional materials related to major publications. The records have been arranged chronologically in order to show the progressive development of the group, the mediums and Dr. Hamilton's relationships with persons of similar interests.

These personal contacts are worthy of special note. People of all walks of life and from all levels of intellectual attainment are represented. The mementos and correspondence include the signatures of such international figures as Alexander Fleming, Sir Oliver Lodge, Lady Arthur Conan Doyle, The Rt. Hon. William Lyon Mackenzie King, Theodore Besterman, Nandor Fodor, Dr. Bruce Chown and Dr. R.G. Crandon.

All loose photographic media have been cross-referenced numerically according to the experiment they represent. These photos are held as PC 12. The photographs are entirely concerned with seances, experiments, teleplasms, levitations and other related activities and were taken by a battery of cameras specially placed and triggered for use during the various seances conducted in the Hamilton home at 185 Henderson Highway in Winnipeg.

Obituary notices are to be found in Alumni Bulletins, journal articles and correspondence.

Hamilton, T. Glen (Thomas Glendenning)

Hamilton Family accrual

Although more than ninety percent of the collection is related to Dr. T.G.Hamilton's investigations of psychic phenomena, the collection is of interest not only to the psychic researcher. Anyone interested in social characteristics of Winnipeg during the Post-World War I and Depression periods will find these records of local historical events a rich resource.

Medical and political historians may also find these records worth investigation. They cover the period from 1915 to 1935, an important period of medical discovery and of social legislation in Manitoba. The materials documenting Dr. Hamilton's medical and political careers complement the records of the Winnipeg General Hospital held by the Provincial Archives of Manitoba and the Legislative Scrapbooks of the Manitoba Legislative Building.

The records relating to psychic experimentation span the years 1918 to 1945. The highly-controlled experiments conducted by the Hamilton Group are important in that they form a solid bridge between late nineteenth and early twentieth century research and the developments of the last twenty-five years.

The subject matter of the records includes "rappings", clairvoyance, trance states and trance charts, telekinesis, wax molds, bell-ringing, trance scripts and visions, as well as teleplasmic manifestations.

The records are in various formats--scrapbooks, seance attendance records and registers, affidavits, automatic writings, correspondence, speeches and lectures, newspaper clippings, journal articles, books, photographic records, glass plate negatives and positives, prints, slides, tapes, manuscripts and promotional materials related to major publications. The records have been arranged chronologically in order to show the progressive development of the group, the mediums and Dr. Hamilton's relationships with persons of similar interests.

These personal contacts are worthy of special note. People of all walks of life and from all levels of intellectual attainment are represented. The mementos and correspondence include the signatures of such international figures as Alexander Fleming, Sir Oliver Lodge, Lady Arthur Conan Doyle, The Rt. Hon. William Lyon Mackenzie King, Theodore Besterman, Nandor Fodor, Dr. Bruce Chown and Dr. R.G. Crandon.

All loose photographic media have been cross-referenced numerically according to the experiment they represent. These photos are held as PC 12. The photographs are entirely concerned with seances, experiments, teleplasms, levitations and other related activities and were taken by a battery of cameras specially placed and triggered for use during the various seances conducted in the Hamilton home at 185 Henderson Highway in Winnipeg.

Obituary notices are to be found in Alumni Bulletins, journal articles and correspondence.

Hamilton, T. Glen (Thomas Glendenning)

Nan Shipley fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 021-A1979-014
  • Accession
  • 1940-1978
  • Part of Nan Shipley

The collection includes lecture notes, manuscripts and published articles, radio and television scripts, maps, photographs, newspaper clippings, magazine articles and scrapbooks. In addition, there are three boxes of traditional stories, recorded in the scrapbooks of Alex Grisdale of Scanterbury (Brokenhead reserve) (2 boxes) and transcribed by Nan Shipley (1 box).
The map collection is noteworthy for its maps of the old trails used by Indigenous peoples which crossed the prairie provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta.

The photograph collection contains pictures of historic sites throughout Manitoba. It is particularly valuable, however, for its record of old and new, urban and rural transportation in Manitoba (e.g. Red River carts, streetcars, railways, steamships, dog sleds and air transport). It provides a pictorial record of hydro developments in northern Manitoba and of the growth and demise of northern towns and settlements. Major and cottage industries, wildlife, flora and fauna of Manitoba are included. Among the portraits are Indigenous peoples, early missionaries and settlers and contemporary civic minded individuals. The research materials are on miscellaneous topics paralleling those of the picture collection.

Shipley, Nan

Nan Shipley fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 021-A2005-082
  • Accession
  • 1979-1990
  • Part of Nan Shipley

The accession (A.05-82) consists of Nan Shipley’s unpublished autobiography "Most of it was Fun"; unpublished manuscript "Women of Fort Albany", correspondence, and numerous short stories and articles.

Shipley, Nan

Nick Ternette fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 026
  • Fonds
  • 1952 - 2012

The first two accessions (A1979-023, A1992-016) contain limited correspondence, political action papers, briefs, complaints, convention proceedings, promotional and conference literature, scrapbooks, news clippings, and resource files concerning Winnipeg city core activities and radical, left-wing politics of the 1970s and 1980s.

Accessions A2009-090 and A2012-137 consist of 22 series. They include: biographical information and awards; education; Calgary Landlord and Tenant Advisory Board; employment; City Magazine; articles and letters to the editor; committees and organizations; CSIS; May Day; protests, marches and demonstrations; conferences; political campaigns; Manitoba Green Party; New Democratic Party; broadcasting; Winnipeg politics; social events; correspondence; research news clippings; other research material; restricted material; and photographs.

A2013-108 comprises the Shirley Kowalchuk sous-fonds and is made up of scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, two publications with features on Nick Ternette, an advocacy manual from Legal Aid Manitoba, and an essay by Shirley Kowalchuk regarding this group of records.

Ternette, Nick

Nick Ternette fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 026-A2009-090, A2012-137, A2013-108
  • Accession
  • 1952-2012
  • Part of Nick Ternette fonds

The fonds are divided into 22 series. They include: Biographical & Awards, Education, Calgary Landlord & Tenaant Advisory Board, Employment, City Magazine, Articles & Letters to the Editor, Committees & Organizations, CSIS, May Day, Protests, Marches & Demonstrations, Conferences, Political Campaigns, Manitoba Green Party, New DemocraticParty, Broadcasting, Winnipeg Politics, Social Events, Correspondence, Research Material Newsclippings, Research Material, Restricted Material & Photograph Collection.

Accession A2013-108 has been added as the Shirley Kowalchuk sous-fonds.

Ternette, Nick

Nick Ternette Accrual

Accrual consists of correspondence, publications, reports, photographs, and committee and organization records.

Jill Wade collection

  • CA UMASC MSS 029
  • Collection
  • 1973-1975

The 1979 accession consists of drafts and the final copy of a paper titled "Manitoba Architecture to 1940, a Bibliography." It was compiled by Jill Wade for the University of Manitoba Libraries.

The 2005 accession consists of copies of textual material by and about the architect Arthur Erickson, including his letters home during trips through Europe in the 1950s and 1960s.

Wade, Jill

Winnipeg Commodity Clearing Ltd.

  • CA UMASC MSS 043
  • Fonds
  • 1901-1998

A1998-063 the collection consists predominantly of financial statements and stock certificates of the Winnipeg Grain & Produce Exchange Clearing Association. The collection contains correspondence of Association management with other members, financial institutions and government departments. Also, the general activities of the Association are documented through minute books and other textual records pertaining to annual general meetings.

A1999-085 the collection consists of financial statements, notices of meetings, correspondence, agendas, proxies, minutes, applications, membership listings, draft agreements, memorandums, and by-laws concerning the Winnipeg Commodity Clearing Ltd. The material predominantly concerns the transition of the commodity clearing responsibilities for the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange from the Winnipeg Commodity Clearing Ltd. to the Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation and the subsequent dissolution of the WCCL.

Winnipeg Commodity Clearing Ltd.

Winnipeg Commodity Clearing Ltd.

The collection consists predominantly of financial statements and stock certificates of the Winnipeg Grain & Produce Exchange Clearing Association. The collection contains correspondence of Association management with other members, financial institutions and government departments. Also, the general activities of the Association are documented through minute books and other textual records pertaining to annual general meetings.

Winnipeg Commodity Clearing Ltd.

Winnipeg Commodity Clearing Ltd.

The collection consists of financial statements, notices of meetings, correspondence, agendas, proxies, minutes, applications, membership listings, draft agreements, memorandums, and by-laws concerning the Winnipeg Commodity Clearing Ltd. The material predominantly concerns the transition of the commodity clearing responsibilities for the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange from the Winnipeg Commodity Clearing Ltd. to the Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation and the subsequent dissolution of the WCCL.

Winnipeg Commodity Clearing Ltd.

H. Clare Pentland fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 046 ( A1980-039, A1981-022)
  • Fonds
  • 1933-1981

The H. Clare Pentland Papers comprise a large part of the professional papers from Pentland's academic and public career, extending from his undergraduate studies (1938) to the posthumous publication of his doctoral thesis (1981). Included are student papers and reading and lecture notes from Brandon College, University of Oregon and University of Toronto, and many portions of drafts of the doctoral thesis. There is material relating to the history, administration and curriculum of the University of Manitoba Department of Economics, and to broader university and educational concerns.

Pentland's activity as an economic historian is represented both by major pieces of research either pursued independently'. as during his sabbatical leaves, or commissioned by government agencies; and by numerous scholarly articles, lectures, book reviews and the radio talks which demonstrate his sense of responsibility for public education. His practical involvement in social issues appears in the records of his work as arbitrator or conciliator in labour disputes, and of his intervention in the controversies arising from the Brandon Packers strike and the Crowe case at United College. Papers by his graduate students show Pentland as a critical but sensitive teacher.

Personal documentation is present only incidentally. The considerable correspondence is largely confined to professional business. The little that is primarily of personal interest has survived through "re-cycling" in drafts of other work and is to be traced through the index to the correspondence.

Pentland, H. Clare

Donald John Birse fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 052
  • Fonds
  • 1887-1969, predominant 1928-1969

The collection contains the files, reports, correspondence, printed maps and pamphlets gathered or created by Donald Birse during his career spanning the years 1928 to 1969. Of special interest are his diaries and work journals, mineral claims, company reports and approximately 150 photographs of various geological expeditions in northern Manitoba from 1924 to 1937.

Birse, Donald John

Lorene Francis Milliken fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 062 (A1989-022)
  • Fonds
  • 1949-1978

This collection contains the personal writings, prose and correspondence of the Manitoba author, Lorene Francis Milliken. The documents date from 1949 to 1978. The collection also contains some of her published chapbooks and prose pieces.

Milliken, Lorene Francis

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