- CA UMASC MSS 217 (A2005-068)
The fonds consists of the System Engineering Support Contract Proposal for CF-18 aircraft.
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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The 2015 accession has two series that include research notes and appendices for Kinnear's published and unpublished work.
Oblates of Western Canada fonds
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.
The 2005 accession consists of biographical information, correspondence, research material from the Vatican, Viennese, Czech, and Hungarian Archives (photocopies), research material on Carpatho-Ukraine (Subcarpathia) region, material on his courses at the University of Manitoba, and UVAN (Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences) documentation. The tape collection consists of 8 audio-cassettes featuring recordings of Andrej Sakharov's visit to Winnipeg on February 17, 1989, audio recordings of Ukrainian-Canadian Conferences and Ukrainian visitors to Winnipeg. The 2008 accession consists of Reverend Baran's identification documents, education documents, travel documents, material on his awards and honors, his father's (Viktor Baran) diary, and a photograph collection consisting of 208 photographs depicting his childhood and 50 years of priesthood. Also included is a CD containing digital reproductions of items in the fonds.
The fonds is compiled into two series; whenever possible the material is arranged chronologically. The first series is comprised of trial backgrounds created for the animated shorts “The Big Snit” (1985) and “Getting Started” (1979). The second series contains two film reels: the animated short “John Law and the Mississippi Bubble” [9 min. 40 sec.] released in 1978, and the animated short “The Big Snit” [10 min. 41 sec.] released in 1985.
The fonds consists of two series: textual records and photographs. The textual records series is comprised of two letters mounted on cardboard and signed by Dwight D. Eisenhower as Supreme Commander, Allied Expeditionary Force, photocopies of two maps of England and Germany, a four-part typewritten memoir of the donor's war-time experiences, and a partial list providing captions for the photographic series. The photographic series is comprised of 39 monochrome photographs (each 16.5 x 23 cm) taken and printed by the donor. Each photograph is mounted on 29 x 36 cm card-stock on which brief captions have been written in pencil.
The fonds contains one album with colour pictures and advertisements, newspaper clippings, black and white photographs, wedding invitations, and hand copied poetry. Subjects documented in the album include the British monarchy, prayers and poetry, memorials and social notices, Christmas, and puzzles
Consumer's Association of Canada (Manitoba Branch) fonds
This first installment consists of 2.5 meters W) in twenty-one (21) storage boxes. The collection consists of working files of the Manitoba branch of the Consumers' Association of the Winnipeg Branch and of the Fort Garry Branch. Highlighting the collection are executive meeting minutes from 1947-79, correspondence, membership lists, annual reports, financial records, and annual meetings. Besides operation files, many special investigations of consumer concerns are documented including studies of food prices, fishing, drug costs, loan charges, consumer credit, and a wide range of other matters. Scattered throughout is much material on the national association, its concerns, and activities.
Consumers' Association of Canada. Manitoba Branch
The fonds consists of Don T. Willigan's article to the March 24, 1945 Winnipeg Tribune "Your Opinion" column: "Brodway vs Fort Garry". It also consists of correspondence, various invoices from the social events organized by the student organization, the University of Manitoba handbooks, student directories (1944-1946), and various Faculty of Agriculture pamphlets and forms.
Willigan, Don T.
The fonds consists of 25 spirit cards, which document seven spirit greetings. The cards were created using colour crayons on 4" x 6" card stock. The reverse of one card is dated July 4, 1962 and indicates that it was received at the Spiritualist Camp known as Camp Chesterfield in Indiana. Based upon comments within the text of the greetings, in which it is expressed that the recipient, Ljotun Young, would hopefully "come down here," but understanding that she was not able to "leave the cat," it is probable that the whole series of cards was received at Camp Chesterfield, Indiana, over a period of years (ca. 1958-1964).
Walter Meyer zu Erpen, President of the Survival Research Institute of Canada, confirms this theory and affirms the authentication of the cards by stating, "James and Ljotun Young are known to have travelled together to Camp Chesterfield during the 1950s, though it is doubtful that Ljotun would have gone to Camps Chesterfield after her husband's death. The spirit greetings reveal that on at least one occassion, Winnipeg Spiritualist Hannah Mary Macpherson (1888-1971) acted as intermediary in requesting a reading on behalf of Mrs. Ljotun Young. The daughter of Mrs. Macpherson confirmed that her mother visited Camp Chesterfield nearly every year. Mrs. Macpherson would have known the Youngs through one or more of Winnipeg's spiritual churches. Based upon the case given to preserve the cards, it is clear that they considered these greeting cards to be genuine evidence of spirit communications."
The process of creating spirit cards is thought to be that a spirit precipates the cloth onto the card without any physical, mechanical writing. The spirit greetings on some cards appear to have been drawn inspirationally through the hand of the medium. At times, these have been created at great speed and possibly in darkness.
The fonds is arranged in five series. They include: Biographical Information; Research Material; Correspondence; Drafts of his book on Margaret Laurence; and a Photograph Collection (PC 202).
The fonds consist primarily of photocopies, clippings, photographs, negatives, research papers, newsletters and directories relating to the history of Chinese Canadians and Chinese communities in Manitoba. Included are taped and transcribed interviews of Manitoba residents of Chinese ancestry. These materials were collected by Julia Kwong during her research for the Manitoba Chinese Historical Society. Also included are typescripts and correspondence relating to Kwong’s other works.
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.
Elizabeth Thornton (Mary George) fonds
The 2006 accession relates to the Elizabeth Thornton novels The Marriage Trap and The Bachelor Trap. It includes correspondence, manuscripts, and galley corrections for both books. A paperback advance reading copy of The Bachelor Trap (2006) is also included.
The 2010 accession consists of notebooks of research corresponding to most published Elizabeth Thornton novels and novellas.
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 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.
The fonds consists of correspondence dealing with Charles L'Ami's literary work, career development and political views, literary manuscripts, short stories, dramas and poems, articles, radio scripts, letters to editors, and various resource materials such as reviews, scrapbooks and news clippings.
The Charles Ernest L'Ami collection consists of the following: correspondence dealing mainly with his literary work, career development, and personal opinions and political views; literary manuscripts to his published and unpublished novels, short stories, dramas, and poems; articles; radio scripts; letters to editors; and various resource materials such as reviews, scrapbooks, news clippings, etc.
The collection is fairly complete and representative of L'Ami the writer. Several strictly personal letters were withdrawn from the collection while being processed and returned to the surviving son, Charles A. L'Ami. Nothing was returned or destroyed that reflected L'Ami's philosophy, interpretations, or literary endeavors.
As a local writer of only modest fame, L'Ami never established a national reputation. He was, at heart, a journalist and freelance writer, an interesting blend of the old world and the Canadian prairie with pronounced conservative and traditional leanings and viewpoints. His one major success, The Green Madonna, is not well-known today and little remembered. It may well be that the collection of unpublished works and translations possess future promise for students of Canadian literature.
L'Ami, C. E. (Charles Ernest)
The fonds is separated into twelve series. They are: biographical material, correspondence, Ross's research, notes and grant applications, "Joe from Winnipeg," screenplays, scripts and articles, contracts and agreements, reviews, playbills and posters, miscellaneous screenplays given to Ross,a photograph collection (PC 215), audio recordings (TC 123), and a pencil drawing by Leonard Bighetty (MC 19). The photograph collection includes 52 photographs, 5 contact sheets and 1 slide. The audio recordings include 2 cassette tapes - one of "Joe from Winnipeg" episodes and the other an interview with CBC Radio host Terry MacLeod.
T. Herman and Delores Keahey fonds
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
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.
The first accession (A.00-41) has been arranged into 4 series. They include biographical materials, manuscripts, reviews, and correspondence. The 2008 accession (A.08-79) has also been arranged into four series: prewriting and notes, drafts and manuscripts, newspaper clippings and reviews, as well as photographs and videocassettes. Included are notes, pre-writing, and drafts of Bergen's most recent works including The Retreat, The Time In Between, and The Case of Lena S. The fonds also contains correspondence, newspaper reviews of Bergen's novels, as well as photographs from the Giller Prize ceremony, among other records.
The fonds has been arranged into eight series. They are manuscripts, articles, speeches and papers presented, Western Grain Transportation Task Force, academic material, research material, photographs, and tape collection. 4 photographs and 338 slides comprise the photograph collection. The tape collection consists of 4 audio-cassettes.
Gilson, J. C.
The fonds consists of textual material and 82 micro-cassette tapes featuring interviews conducted by Dr. Mary Kinnear with women professionals in Manitoba as research for her books, In Subordination: Professional Women, 1870-1970 and A Female Economy: Women's Work in a Prairie Province, 1870-1970.
The fonds is divided into 5 series. They include: biographical information; articles & papers; course material; research material; and student research notebooks.
Templeton, John F.
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.
The fonds consists of 10 series. They include articles, conference papers, symposiums and reports; Jovanovich's research; Jovanovich's student material; teaching material; Physics Department material; grant applications; correspondence; research material; photographs; and microfilm.
The photograph collection consists of 51 photographs, 452 slides, and 37 glass plate negatives. The microfilm collection consists of 9 reels of microfilm.
Jovanovic, Jovan Vojislava
The fonds is divided into thirteen series: L.A. Bateman's correspondence, notes & meetings attended, reports and presentations by L.A. Bateman and related research materials, material related to L.A. Bateman's involvement in the International Council on Large Electrical Systems (C.I.G.R.E.), L.A. Bateman's biography and material related to charges laid by the Association of Professional Engineers of Manitoba, Debates & Proceedings of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba Standing Committee on Public Utilities and the Act to Amend the Manitoba Hydro Act, material related to L.A. Bateman's appearance before the Tritschler Commission of Inquiry, Manitoba Hydro publications, reports and other material, Churchill River Diversion project, Lake Winnipeg Regulation, Nelson River D.C. Transmission Project and Northern Flood Agreement, other Manitoba Hydro material, material transferred from L.A. Bateman's binders, consulting work, overseas work, notes & other material, and photographs and maps. The second accrual is divided into two series: Professional Notes recorded by E. V. Caton and L.A. Bateman’s photographs and lantern slides.
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 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.