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Joseph C. Stangl fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 203 (A2005-040)
  • Fonds
  • 1931-2002

The fonds is divided into 11 series:
Biographical information
Speeches
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.

Herbert S. Weil fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS SC 185 (A2003-052)
  • Fonds
  • 1966-2002

The fonds contains material generated while Dr. Weil was a member of the English Department at the University of Manitoba from 1978-2002. There are also two drafts of his book Henry IV Part One.

Weil, Herbert S.

John Newlove fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 070
  • Fonds
  • 1954-2002

The fonds consists of biographical material, manuscript material including correspondence, literary manuscripts, edited revisions, books, journals, anthologies and reviews. The correspondence includes substantial communications between Newlove and other writers such as Earle Birney, Irving Layton, Al Purdy, John Metcalf, Alden Nowlan, Barney Childs, Patrick Lane, and others. Of his twelve publications, this collection contains literary manuscripts of nine of them along with the related correspondence. Typescripts of publications included are Grave Sirs (1962), Moving in Alone(1965), The Cave (1968), Lies (1972), and The Night the Dog Smiled (1986). The 2006 accession consists of his correspondence, poetry, notebooks, daily books, publications, and photographs. The photograph collection consists of 146 photographs, 4 drawings, 1 slide, 271 negatives, 1 videocassette, and 1 DVD. The tape collection consists of 11 audio cassettes. In 2006, a selected number of photographs and video of John Newlove were digitized and compiled onto a compact disc (EL 49).

Newlove, John

Doris B. Saunders

  • CA UMASC MSS 173 (A2003-026)
  • Fonds
  • 1896-2001

The fonds is divided into six series. The first series, Personal, contains biographical information, including a letter diary, as well as records pertaining to her honourary degrees. The second series, Correspondence, is divided into two sub-series. The first contains general correspondence. The second sub-series consists of material related to the 1970 Manitoba Centennial issue of Mosaic.

The third series pertains to the acquisition of the Frederick Philip Grove Collection. It consists of a variety of textual records, including correspondence, research. The fourth series, Papers, Letters and Publications, is divided into two sub-series. The first sub-series consists of papers, lectures and publications written by Professor Saunders while the second sub-series is comprised of writings and publications by other people. The fifth series is comprised of research done by Saunders on a variety of books and authors. The sixth series is Photograph Collection (PC 168). It consists of 2 class photos, one from 1917-1918 and one from 1918-1919.

Saunders, Doris B.

Marvin Brodsky fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 205 (A.04-122)
  • Fonds
  • 1963-2001

The fonds consists of course materials (including outlines, tests, lecture notes and required readings) from Dr. Brodsky's courses at the University of Manitoba. Included also are research materials, articles he had written and published, and a small amount of correspondence.

Brodsky, Marvin

Public Affairs Newspaper Clippings Collection

  • CA UMASC Ua 17 (A.78-17, A.87-39, A.89-26, A.91-05, A.93-04)
  • Collection
  • 1892-2001

The many scrapbooks constituting this collection of newspaper clippings are from various newspapers from 1892 through 2001. The topics covered in the clippings primarily relate to the history of the University of Manitoba. Some years include articles on other academic institutions.

Public Affairs Department

Robert Beamish fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 147
  • Fonds
  • 1875-2001; predominant 1940-2000

The fonds consists of nine series. Where possible, the material is arranged chronologically. The first series is comprised of biographical information, including curriculum vitae, information from Who's Who and scrapbooks. The second series contains Beamish's personal and professional correspondence. Series three pertains to Beamish's academic and professional career. It includes correspondence regarding Beamish's research at the Health Sciences Centre and St. Boniface Hospital, as well as material from his time as a Vice-President at Great West Life Assurance Co. The fourth series deals with Beamish's publications and includes articles, book chapters and speeches. The fifth series pertains to Beamish's work as an editor with Cardiovascular News, Canadian Journal of Cardiology and Rhythmology. The sixth series contains programs and abstracts from several conferences that Beamish attended. Series seven contains board minutes and correspondence from various organizations. The largest series, the eighth, contains medical research and articles by others. The ninth series includes topics of personal interest to Beamish such as psychic research. MSS SC 19 consists of research papers, articles, and talks given by Robert Beamish from 1940 to 1978.

Beamish, Robert E.

Helen Glass fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 124
  • Fonds
  • 1957-2001

First Accession (A1991-022):
The papers in the fonds range from the early part of the 1950s to the 1990s and reflect the career of Dr. Helen P. Glass as a nursing educator, researcher, practitioner, and administrator at the provincial, national and international levels.

The fonds consists of vitae, biographical sketches, photograph, professional correspondence, materials relating to awards, speeches and addresses, conferences presentations, drafts and copies of publications, university course materials, and papers about consultations and review board activities. Her contribution to professional nursing and health associations - provincial, national and international - constitute a large portion of the fonds. These include the Canadian Nurses Association, Canadian Nurses Foundation, Victorian Order of Nurses, Canadian Red Cross, Canadian University Nursing Students Association, Canadian Association of University Schools of Nursing, International Nurses Association, World Health Organization, International Council of Nurses, National League of Nursing, Royal College of Nursing, National Federation of Nurses’ Unions, National Association of Occupational Health Nurses, Manitoba Association of Registered Nurses, Manitoba Educational Research Council, Manitoba Health Research Council, and Manitoba Nursing Research Institute. Correspondents include Ginette Rogers and Monique Begin.

Also included is the background work on her “Study of the Use of Clinical Facilities by Nursing Students in the Province of Manitoba,” and a manuscript copy of the assembled study. The notes include proposals, applications for project renewal, reports, interviews, correspondence, and data analysis. The study was published in 1977 by Dr. Glass, Patricia Zimmer, and Carolyn Vogt, and was funded by a Health and Welfare Canada National Health Grant.

Second Accession, A2000-055:
The papers in the accession range from 1979-1999 and reflect the career of Dr. Helen P. Glass as a nursing educator, researcher, practitioner, and administrator at the provincial, national and international levels.

The fonds consists of vitae, biographical sketches, photograph, professional correspondence, materials relating to awards, speeches and addresses, conference presentations, drafts and copies of publications, university course materials, and papers about consultations and review board activities. Helen Glass’ contribution to professional nursing and health associations - provincial, national and international - constitute a large portion of the fonds. These include the Canadian Nurses Association, Canadian Nurses Foundation, Victorian Order of Nurses, Canadian University Nursing Students Association, Western Region Canadian Association of University Schools of Nursing, World Health Organization, International Council of Nurses, Royal College of Nursing, Manitoba Association of Registered Nurses, Manitoba Nursing Research Institute, St. Amant Centre, Manitoba Association of Licensed Practical Nurses, Nursing Economic Interest Group, Indian and Inuit Nurses Council, Catholic Health Association of Manitoba, Canadian Public Health Association, Canadian Health Economics Research Association, Manitoba Organization of Nurses Association, Canadian Society for International Health, Manitoba Public Health Association and the Canadian Association for the History of Nursing.

Also included are her notes for proposals, applications for project renewal, reports, interviews, correspondence, and data analysis.

Third Accession, A2002-007:
The fonds consists of Helen Glass' papers from her studies at the Teachers' College, Columbia University in 1970; her reports, articles, and correspondence; the files pertaining to the establishment of the Manitoba Nursing Research Institute (MNRI); the files re: Nursing Crises of 2000; World Health Organization reports; and the books from the Library of Helen Glass.
PC 134 (A.2002-007)
Official Opening of the Helen Glass Centre For Nursing

Glass, Helen

Lovern Kindzierski fonds

  • CA UMASC A2015-080
  • Fonds
  • 2000-2001

This fonds largely consists of colour guides and front pages for P. Craig Russell's "Ring of the Nibelung" series of comics for Dark Horse Comics. The fonds contains 845 colour guides and 14 front pages, along with a published copy of "The Ring of the Nibelung".

Kindzierski, Lovern, 1954-

Joe Fisher fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 148
  • Fonds
  • 1947-2001

The Joe Fisher fonds consists of fourteen series: biographical, administrative, correspondence, research, writing, publications, artefacts, large format, images, large format graphics, reel-to-reel, audiocassettes, videocassettes, and electronic records. Personal records and books that have been inscribed to Joe Fisher comprise the biographical series. (Refer to the finding aid for a list of the books that were not kept). Proposals, contracts, book promotions, book reviews, financial, and other general and public life records form the administrative series. While the personal correspondence of Fisher is located in the biographical series, the correspondence series contains all other correspondence, including letters to readers, agents, publishers, and research inquiries. The general research in the research series is largely separated by book, while the notes and interviews are separated as they were found in the collection. The records in the writing series are categorized according to the form of the records: journals, manuscripts, editorial notes and drafts, poetry, and manuscript proofs. Publications are grouped in three main categories: newspaper articles, magazine articles, and books. The newspaper articles and books are sorted chronologically and the magazine articles alphabetically. The artefacts series consists of 5 plaques and a seal from Fisher's business, Bardo Publications Inc. The large format records, large format photographs, reel-to-reel, audiocassettes, and videocassettes series are stored according to their original order. The images series is separated by format: slides, negatives, and photographs. These latter series include 1313 photographs, of which 873 are colour and 440 are black and white, 261 negative sheets, 217 colour slides, 37 videocassettes, 11 audio cassettes, and 10 reel-to-reel audio tapes.

Fisher, Joe

Stefan Carter fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 164 (A.02-53)
  • Fonds
  • 1955-2001

The fonds consists of Dr. Carter's reviews and book chapters, abstracts and letters to the editor, and original research articles from refereed publications.

Carter, Stefan A.

Iraida Tarnawecky fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 213
  • Fonds
  • ca.1660-2001

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.

Tarnawecky, Iraida

Clay Gilson fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 259
  • Fonds
  • 1951-2000

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.

Margaret Elder Hart fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 240, Pc 209 (A.06-22)
  • Fonds
  • 1832-2000, predominant 1930-2000

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

Western Region Canadian Association of University Schools of Nursing fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 494
  • Fonds
  • 1968-2000

A2000-017 consists of correspondence; minutes; reports; constitution and bylaws; membership lists; financial statements of the association; newsletters; media records; and oversize records.

A2002-062 consists of general files; minutes; financial records; reports; and other documents.

Western Region Canadian Association of University Schools of Nursing

Thistledown Press Ltd. fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 116
  • Fonds
  • 1975-2000

A1990-064: The Thistledown Press Ltd. fonds documents all of the activities of this Saskatoon-based literary publishing house from its inception in 1975 until 1985. Its business records consist of daily office journals (1977-1985), budgets, business correspondence (with granting institutions, governments of Saskatchewan and Alberta, arts councils and literary presses), legal, accounting, marketing and taxation records.

Of the fonds' important literary holdings, there are a substantial number of original manuscripts and a collection of every book published by Thistledown Press at the time of processing the fonds (101 titles in all, many of which are in both hardcover and softcover). These are all in mint condition (some are signed) and have been included after each series of manuscripts.

Also included are submission and rejection records, literary correspondence with poets, editors and other writers, author tours, workshops and book launchings. The overall coverage of the fonds is its greatest strength. The number of original manuscripts is most significant. Contained in literary correspondence records are letters from such luminaries as Earle Birney, W.P. Kinsella, Robert Kroetsch, Margaret Laurence, Dorothy Livesay, John Newlove and Alden Nowlan.

The Thistledown Press Photograph Collection consists mainly of authors' photographs as they appeared in the published books. In some cases there are photographs which were used in the book itself. The collection is fairly complete until the early-1980s. The records indicate at the beginning of press, author's and book photographs were retained, but by the early-1980s, they were routinely returned to authors.

A2001-036: The Thistledown Press collection documents all of the activities of this Saskatoon-based literary publishing house from 1975 until 2001. Non-literary records include business correspondence (with granting institutions, governments of Saskatchewan and Alberta, arts councils and literary presses), legal records and promotional material. Of the collection's important literary holdings, there are a substantial number of original manuscripts and a collection of every book published by Thistledown Press from 1987-2001 (142 titles in all, primarily in softcover). These are all in mint condition (some are signed). Also included are submission and rejection records, literary correspondence with poets, editors and other writers, book reviews, author tours, workshops and book launchings. The overall coverage of the collection is its greatest strength. The number of original manuscripts is most significant.

Thistledown Press Ltd.

John Leslie Charles fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 241, Pc 208, Mc 8 (A.03-29, A.05-84)
  • Fonds
  • 1908-2000

The fonds consists of Major J.L. Charles' biographical info, correspondence, awards and honorary degrees he received during his lifetime, his articles and reports submitted to CNR, and photographs from his work and trips around the world. The fonds also includes correspondence regarding the Canada Northlands Development Award.

Charles, John L.

Paul D. Earl fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 168 (A.01-09)
  • Fonds
  • 1941-2000

The fonds consists of annotated drafts and proofs of the manuscript for Mac Runciman: A Life in the Grain Trade. Some of the manuscript material contains conrrespondence. Mac Runciman was published by the University of Manitoba Press in 2000.

Earl, Paul D.

Janet Reimer fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 279 (A.08-144)
  • Fonds
  • 2000

The fonds contains textual records relating to the interview schedule held by David Reimer and John Colapinto. The fonds also contains the original manuscript of As Nature Made Him by Colapinto, including a personal thank-you to David as well as editing notations.

Reimer, Janet

Bill Wsiaki fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 206 (A2004-099)
  • Fonds
  • 1939-2000

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.

Wsiaki, Bill

Klymkiw Family fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 146 (A2001-048)
  • Fonds
  • 1917-2000

The fonds consists of the following series: i) biographical (subseries: career), ii) correspondence, iii) Mary Klymkiw, iv) Olexander Koshetz Choir [subseries: ISME (International Society for Music Education)], v) Olexander Koshetz [subseries: Tetiana Koshetz, Pavlo Macenko, Kovalenko & Shchorovs'ka- Rossineych (Rossinevi…ova), Ukrains'ka Respublikans'ka Kapela, Koshetz Project], vi) Robert Klymasz, vii) Ukrainian National Federation [subseries: St. Boniface branch], viii) Oseredok, ix) business/commercial ventures, x) Ver'ovka, xi) Wolkowych, xii) Programs, xiii) photographs, xiv) videos, xv) audiocassettes, xvi) scores and sheet music (subseries: liturgical music, handwritten musical notes), and xvii) miscellaneous. The scores segment of the scores and sheet music series is held in the Slavic Collection of the Elizabeth Dafoe Library.

Klymkiw Family

Springdale Park Spiritual Association fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1938-2000

This fonds consists of the surviving known corporate records of the only Spiritualist camp in Ontario, including six ledgers, financial, legal, and property documents, minutes, correspondence, historical documentation, as well as photographs. The fonds is divided into six series: administrative records; financial records; legal records; property records; history; and miscellaneous, containing a notebook and an undated, anonymous paper.

Springdale Park Spiritual Association

Rev. Michael Yurkiwsky Fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 514
  • Fonds
  • 1926 - 2000

The collection consists of Yurkiwsky’s pastoral diaries and journals (1944-69); personal and professional correspondence (1944-1982); various parish/congregational records (1944-1969); liturgical and ritual service books; religious reference works; some sheet music; a small number of religious periodicals and newspaper clippings; a large collection of Sunday School lessons prepared for children and adults; the text of sermons prepared by Yurkiwsky during the late 1940s and early 1950s; articles and addresses written and occasionally published by Yurkiwsky; and a large variety of materials concerning Yurkiwsky’s seminary and university studies (transcripts, course notes, term papers and assignments) as well as lecture notes and reference materials for the courses he taught at the Faculty of Theology, St. Andrew’s College.

Yurkiwsky, Michael

Alice Cameron Brown fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 105, Pc 105 (A.93-29, A.93-30, A.93-32, A.93-40, A.93-42, A.93-53, A.93-83, A.94-19, A.94-31, A.01-57)
  • Fonds
  • 1919-2000

The fonds consists of journals, correspondence, original manuscripts, published works, poetry, plays, short stories, novels, memoirs, certificates, newspaper clippings, personal documents, and photographs.

Brown, Alice Cameron

Leona Radchuk fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 269 (A2008-098)
  • Fonds
  • 1950-2000

The fonds consists of a photo album/scrapbook chronicling the activities of Serge and Leona Radchuk in the Ukrainian Canadian community, including many photos pertaining to the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, Also included as part of the collection are high school yearbooks and awards received by Leona Radchuk over the years.

Radchuk, Leona

Kip Park fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 149 (A2001-004)
  • Fonds
  • 1904-1999; predominant 1980-1999

The fonds consists of material mainly relating to Kip Park’s writing career, created between 1976 and 1999. This includes correspondence, handwritten and typed notes, newspaper and magazine clippings, drafts, manuscripts, videocassettes, photographs and personal artwork.

Park, Kip

Linda Morra fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS SC 172
  • Fonds
  • 1999

The fonds consists of Linda Morra's paper entitled "The Representation of French-Canadians in Ralph Connor, The Man from Glengarry". The paper is in part based on research conducted by Linda Morra, with the support of a University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections Hamilton Research Grant, during the summer of 1999. The paper was presented to the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS), in Pittsburgh, on November 19, 1999.

Morra, Linda

Jill Oakes fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 254
  • Fonds
  • 1989-1999

he A.99-44, A.99-92, A.03-13, A.04-207, A.04-208, and A.05-112 accessions contain records reflecting Oakes' teaching career as both an educator and writer. Included are Oakes' correspondence records regarding publication of her articles and reviewer's comments, Oakes' teaching dossier and her application for tenure. In addition to textual material, the collection contains 146 photographs and 8 negatives documenting various department of Native Studies functions and igloo building as part of the Arctic Lifestyles course. Also included is one audio cassette of a seminar "Braving the Cold: Continuity and Change in Polar Clothing" held in Leiden, The Netherlands.

The A.03-123 and A.04-209 accessions consist of materials related to Oakes' research including correspondence, product development and marketing reports for the Minnguq Sewing Group. Also included are numerous artifact cards for the various materials collected by Oakes and her husband Rick Riewe on their collecting trips and for display in Oakes' exhibitions. The photograph collection includes one photo album (116 photographs) of the Minnguq Sewing Group of Broughton Island, 76 photographs and 75 negatives from Oakes trip to Denver, Colorado museums in 1997 and 4 VHS and 9 U-matic videocassettes documenting birdskin clothing preparation for the "Coat of Eider" project. Also included are 2 audio cassettes describing the birdskin clothing process; much of the commentary contained on these audiocassettes is in Inuktitut.

Oakes, Jill

Dieter Roger fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS SC 170 (A.00-56)
  • Fonds
  • 1998-1999

The fonds consists of two folders. Folder 1 contains three photocopied articles and the preface from A Chorus of Different Voices: German Canadian Identities, edited by Angelika E. Sauer & Matthias Zimmer, New York: Peter Lang, 1998. A Chorus of Different Voices was based on a workshop that took place in Edmonton in October 1996 with the support of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), the German-Canadian Studies Foundation, Winnipeg, the University of Alberta's Faculty of Arts, and the German-Canadian Business and Professional Association of Alberta. The articles are "Deconstructing German-Canadian Identity" by Matthias Zimmer, "As I Experienced Them Myself: The Autobiographical German-language Immigrant Woman in Prairie Canada, 1874- 1910" by Royden Loewen, and "The 'Ideal German Canadian': Politics, Academics and the Historiographical Construction of German-Canadian Identity" by Angelika E. Sauer. All three articles chronicle the German-Canadian immigrant experience, and particularly how the new immigrants attempted to negotiate a position with the host Canadian society. The second folder contains a German newspaper article from the Kanada Kurier, dated September 30, 1999. The article, written in German, is entitled "Denkmalschutz und Ehrengrab: Dr. F. Eckhardts Familien-grabmal in Berlin."

Roger, Dieter

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