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Magnus Eliason Collection

  • CA UMASC Mss 265 (A.08-66)
  • Collection
  • 1902-1993

The collection consists of printed material relating to the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation, the NDP, and other socialist organizations. This collection includes sing-along books, pamphlets, election handouts, and other assorted propaganda mediums. Some of the notable authors of this material are T.C. Douglas, Leon Trotsky, as well as anonymous authors of their respective organizations.

Eliason, Magnus

Henry Kalen fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 256, Pc 219, Tc 128 (A.05-100)
  • Fonds
  • 1949-2004

The Henry Kalen fonds is a veritable photographic A-Z of Manitoba culture, geography, architecture, and industry with a significant representation of western provinces and Ontario as well.

The Henry Kalen fonds has been organized into 3 categories comprising 28 series. The textual records (MSS 256) consist of reference questions and correspondence, biographical/miscellaneous material, books, and indexes. The photograph collection (PC 219) is comprised of prints of jobs, prints, small prints, postcard collection, postcards, black and white postcard collection, postcard album collection, album prints, slides by subject, slides of old Ontario/Saskatchewan/Montreal, etc., stock slides, slides by chronological order, miscellaneous slides, slides of large projects, largeformat transparenices, negatives, job files, architectural negatives, unnumbered job negative files, photographs of Henry Kalen's "One-Man Show" at the Winnipeg Art Gallery (1966), transparencies, negatives and miscellaneous slides, oversized prints, and oversized transparencies. In total, the photograph collection consists of 113,783 slides, 69,774 negatives, 13,125 transparencies, and 10,584 prints. The tape collection (TC 128) consists of 7 audio-cassettes.

Kalen, Henry

Olga Kuplowska fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 253 (A2007-044)
  • Fonds
  • 1968-1981

The fonds consists of material published by the Ukrainian Canadian University Students' Union and the Committee in Defense of Soviet Political Prisoners (press releases; minutes of the meetings; articles, correspondence, posters; and newspaper clippings).

Kuplowska, Olga

Marvin Francis fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 247, Pc 250, Tc 141, El 12 (A.06-51, A.09-26)
  • Fonds
  • 1985-2005

The fonds displays a wealth of background information on the state of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada in the late-20th and early-21st centuries, as well as showing the depth and versatility of a uniquely gifted artist. The fonds consists of four series related to the life and career of Marvin Francis. The material documents his writing career as a poetry and prose writer with an indexed collection based on typewritten and handwritten manuscripts. Included are drafts of poetry, short stories, and stage and radio plays. Also in the collection is extensive secondary information reflective of his career as a poet, playwright, visual artist and actor, his work as a creative writing instructor, his participation in writing festivals and readings, and his work as a principal member of artistic groups such as the Manitoba Aboriginal Writers Collective, the Urban Shaman art gallery and the Manitoba Writers Guild. PC 250 consists of 6 VHS videocassettes and 2 mini digital videocassettes. The tape collection (TC 141) consists of 7 audio cassettes, 6 mini audio cassettes, and 7 compact discs. EL 12 consists of 8 3.5" computer diskettes.

Francis, Marvin

William F. Hanna fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 245
  • Fonds
  • 1917-1962

The fonds consists of Dr. William F. Hanna's correspondence, Dr. J.H. Craigie's correspondence, A.H. Reginald Buller's biographies, Hanna's Memorandum on the Rust Disease of Wheat, and his verses.

Hanna, William Fielding

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.

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

Winnipeg Tribune fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 24, Pc 18 (A.81-12, A.81-23, A.81-40, A.84-49, A.85-06, A.85-07, A.91-33, A.95-20, A.01-47)
  • Fonds
  • ? - 1980

The fonds contains the Tribune research collection (or `morgue' files) as created by the newspaper's staff consisting of personality files and subject folders of clippings from the 1930's to 1980. Many of the subject files have been microfilmed by the Archives for preservation purposes. The microfilm collection totals 167 reels. There are approximately 2,500,000 clippings (a few of the clippings may be from other newspapers such as the Free Press), divided over some 11,000 different subject categories and 60,000 personality folders. Together they provide ready-made collections of people and events in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, and abroad. The collection is also well documented pictorially with over 500,000 photographs and negatives. A typewritten alphabetical index to the Tribune fonds is available.

Winnipeg Tribune

Caroline Dukes fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 239 (A.06-44)
  • Fonds
  • 1959 - 2006

The fonds consists of Caroline Dukes' correspondence, catalogues of her exhibitions, her drawings-sketches, and biographical information in form of newspaper clippings.

Dukes, Caroline

Betty Havens fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 238
  • Fonds
  • 1961-2005

Accession A2006-002 of the fonds consists of seven series. They include biographical and academic material, correspondence, articles, conferences, grants, committees, and Aging in Manitoba Study. Accession A.07-61 of the fonds consists of twelve series. They include biographical material, correspondence, education, publications and presented papers, conferences, grant proposals, committees, Aging in Manitoba, research material, a photograph collection, awards, and a 3.5 inch floppy disk. An award plaque accompanies the awards series.

Accession A2007-061 of the Betty Havens fonds consists of twelve series. They include biographical material, correspondence, education, publications and presented papers, conferences, grant proposals, committees, Aging in Manitoba, research material, a photograph collection, awards, and a 3.5 inch floppy disk. An award plaque accompanies the awards series.

Havens, Betty

Shirley Grosser fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 237 A.06-26 PC 206 TC 119
  • Fonds
  • 1974-1998

The fonds is divided into four series. They include: Biographical and academic presentations, teaching material, videocassettes & audiocassettes

Grosser, Shirley

Hluschak Family fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 236, PC 230, A.06-54, A.10-75
  • Fonds
  • 1920-1976

The fonds consists of Cloakmakers' Union correspondence (International Ladies' Garment workers' Union), materials related to the Ukrainian Mutual Benefit Association of St. Nicholas and St. Peter, a program of the First Ukrainian Canadian Congress (1943) and various programs of Ukrainian cultural events (1939) and a photograph collection (1920).

Hluschak Family

Allan Eastman fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 234, Pc 204, Tc 117, El 6, Mc 15 (A.05-96)
  • Fonds
  • 1975-2004

The fonds is separated into eleven series. They include biographical material, feature films, mini-series, television shows, scripts & screenplays, background/research material, conventions, photograph collection (PC 204), audio recordings (TC 117), electronic records (EL 6), and ephemera. The photograph collection includes 853 photographs, 25 negatives, 16 slides, 445 sketches, 25 large sketches, and 17 posters (desginated as MC 15). The fonds also includes 293 VHS videocassettes, 163 U-matic videocassettes, 19 DVDs and 1 laser-disc. Audio recordings include 2 CDs and electronic records include 2 floppy discs and 1 CD-rom.

Eastman, Allan

Joseph Higham fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 232 (A.05-26)
  • Fonds
  • 1910-1919, predominant 1914-1919

The fonds consists of letters by Joseph Higham to his parents from 1914 to 1919 while he was in France as a member of the University of Manitoba Machine Gun Battalion, and later the Canadian Mounted Rifles.

Higham, Joseph

Eira "Babs" Friesen fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 229 (A.03-28)
  • Fonds
  • 1937-1979; predominant 1937-1958

The fonds consists of both published and unpublished textual material including a scrapbook containing documents relating to "Babs" Friesen's interactions with the University of Manitoba from 1937 to 1958. Types of documents in the scrapbook include clippings from university and local newspapers, invitations and programs from university events, and class photographs. The fonds also contains University of Manitoba Telephone Directories for 1937-1938 and 1938-1939. The fonds also contains a program from the University of Manitoba Faculty of Science 1904-1979 celebration. A photo album probably created in approximately 1929 by "Babs" Friesen is also part of the fonds. The album contains photographs taken at locations throughout the United Kingdom and Manitoba.

Friesen, Eira

Thomas Hart fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 225 (A.04-75)
  • Fonds
  • 1904

The fonds consists of a postcard notifying a meeting of the University's Committee on Standing to be held December 7, 1904. The postcard was mailed from the University of Manitoba to Reverend Dr. Hart. Doodles in graphite have been added to the address side. The doodles include a domestic building, a tree, and several Greek words.

Hart, Thomas

Klaus K. Klostermaier fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 219, PC 195, TC 57 (A.04-113)
  • Fonds
  • 1983-84

The fonds consists of audio-visual programs and material on multiculturalism regarding cultural groups in Manitoba and foreign students at the University of Manitoba. Material is from the project of the Research Group on Canadian Multiculturalism, Department of Religion, the University of Manitoba.

Klostermaier, Klaus K.

J. Nicholas Mandziuk fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 215, Pc 194 (A2005-051)
  • Fonds
  • 1917-1990

The fonds consists of personal correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, and scrapbooks pertaining to Mr. Mandziuk's political career as a Member of Parliament for the constituency of Marquette, during the Diefenbaker era. The fonds consists of the following series: i) biographical ii) correspondence iii) speeches iv) scrapbooks v) photographs vi) miscellaneous.

Mandziuk, J. Nicholas

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

Shelagh Lindsey fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 20 (A.80-31)
  • Fonds
  • 1960-1971

The fonds consists of papers written by several different authors, publications, photocopies of articles, book reviews newspaper clippings, class notes, transcripts of broadcasts and interviews, and Marshall McLuhan's Report to the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare on Project in Understanding New Media.

Lindsey, Shelagh

Frederick Philip Grove fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 2
  • Fonds
  • 1913-1979

The fonds consists of correspondence, manuscript copybooks related to Frederick Philip Grove's published and unpublished novels, short stories, articles and poems, news clippings, financial documents, biographical material, and photographs. Clippings and financial documents are in chronological order. Most of the material is original, some, such as Greve's poems Wanderungen of 1902, are photocopied from originals held in Germany and elsewhere, like at Queen's University or the University of Toronto. A few published short stories, essays and articles are copied from magazines or newspapers, however, many are extant in original typescripts.

About half the correspondence is original; the rest is photocopied from original’s at Queen’s University, the University of Toronto, and elsewhere. Several letters, though not all, have been published in The Letters of Frederick Philip Grove (1976) edited by Desmond Pacey. They generally pertain to the publication of Grove’s various works. Those more personal in nature include the letters of Dr. W. J. Alexander (from the period 1928 to 1929), Watson Kirkconnell (1928 to 1947), Raymond Knister (1929 to 1931), Henry C. Miller (1926 to 1929), Arthur Phelps (1922 to 1926), Lorne Pierce (1925 to 1947), and Carleton Stanley (1928 to 1947). The letters to Warkentin (1913 to 1914) reflect Grove’s first years in Manitoba. The collection also contains many copies of letters which Grove wrote to his wife during his Canadian Clubs lecture tours of 1928 and 1929.

With respect to Grove’s published novels, some of the copybooks are marked “double page sequence”. This refers to Grove’s practice of turning a copybook around when he finished it and continuing back to front, writing on the back side of the pages. Consider Her Ways (1947) was also titled “Go to the Ant, Thou Sluggard” and “Man, His Habits, Social Organization and Outlook”. Included are three manuscript copybooks and two typescripts. “Abe Spalding” was the original title of Fruits of the Earth (1933). A total of fourteen manuscript copybooks reveal Grove’s second, third and fourth drafts of this novel. A copybook headed “The Autobiography” is a partial manuscript of In Search of Myself (1946). The Master of the Mill (1944) is presented in three typescripts, one manuscript volume or ‘publisher’s dummy’, and two sets of manuscript copybooks of the first and second drafts. Our Daily Bread (1928) is written in seven manuscript copybooks, Book I beginning with a chronological list of characters and events. Settlers of the Marsh (1925) was originally written as a three-book series titled “Latter-Day Pioneers”. The titles of the original three books were “The Settlement”, “The White Range-Line House”, and “Male and Female”. Working copies of this novel include three sets of manuscript copybooks and five typescripts. Two Generations (1939) is in two manuscript copybooks and The Yoke of Life (1931), originally titled “Equal Opportunity”, fills four manuscript copybooks. Unfortunately, the draft number of the manuscripts and typescripts is usually not indicated. This collection does not have manuscripts for Over Prairie Trails, The Turn of the Year or A Search for America.

The Grove collection also contains manuscripts and/or typescripts of the following twelve unpublished novels: “Democracy” (or “Peasant Revolt” or “Town and Country”), “Heart’s Desire”, “The Hillside”, “The House of Stone”, “Jane Atkinson”, “The Lean Five”, “Murder in the Quarry”, “The Poet’s Dream. A Romance and its Sequel”, “The Seasons”, “Tales from the Margin”, “The Weatherhead Fortunes. A Story of the Small Town”, and “Wilfred and Barbara”.

The majority of the published short stories are photocopies of magazine or newspaper articles. However, there are original typescripts of the following: “A Christmas in the Canadian Bush”, “A First Night on Canadian Soil”, “Hospitality”, “Lost”, “North of the Fifty-Five”, “The Platinum Watch”, Riders” and “The Flavour of Life” (published as “Traveler Stranded in Rural Wastes”). “The Adventures of Leonard Broadus” is also in manuscript form. Also included are twelve copies of The Canadian Boy, in which this story was serially published. “In Search of Myself” is represented in two offprints. This is actually the introduction to Grove’s published autobiography of the same title.

Of Grove’s unpublished stories, the following are in manuscript form: “Achievement”, “The Debt”, “Maid of All Work”, and “The Two Leaders”. Those in typescript form include: “Alien Enemy”, “Apparition”, “A Beautiful Soul”, “Blackmail”, “Camouflage” (plus two written pages), “the Camp of the Workers”, “Canadianization”, “Death by Spartacus”, “The Extra Man”, “An Eye for an Eye”, “The Finder”, “The First Day of an Immigrant”, “Fog”, “La Grande Passion” (a long short story), “Going After the Cow”, “Herefords in the Wilderness”, “Honey Ants”, “The Last Voyage”, “The Mystery of the Pond”, “Our Betters”, “Providence and the Sandhills”, “Radio Broadcast”, “The Spendthrift”, “The Spinster’s Tale”, “Stubborn Folk”, “The Threshers are Entertained”, “Tobacco”, and two untitled works. There are thirty-four unpublished stories as well as twelve others found in a group of “Additional Manuscript Notebooks”. These include “The Barber”, “The Murderer”, “The Hidden Sun”, “The House of Many Eyes”, “The Green-Eyed Mother”, “The Leader”, “The Principal”, “Hospital Ward”, “Salesmanship” and three untitled stories. These notebooks also contain poems, articles and notes dealing with such diverse topics as literature, science and religion.

The collection of poetry was arranged in a digest of four books. Emotionally charged, these poems are indicative of the grief suffered by Grove and his wife upon the sudden death of their daughter, Phyllis May. All are in typescript; draft numbers are not indicated. All poems are unpublished with the following exceptions: “The Palinode”, “The Dirge” (an excerpt), and “Indian Summer”. There are also several additional poems not included in the above material. Among them, “The Dying Year” is believed to be proof that Frederick Philip Grove was indeed Felix Paul Greve, for it was published by the latter in his book, Wanderungen, of which a photocopy is among the biographical material.

The majority of the published articles are typescripts or offprints and pertain to literature, education and aspects of immigrant life in Canada. Also included are five book reviews written by Grove.

His unpublished articles further reveal Grove’s wide variety of interests and concerns and include such topics as literature, education, art, democracy, farming, urbanization and mechanistic civilization. Several articles are actually typescripts of his addresses and lectures. “Civilization. A Sermon of the Unprofitable Life” is the only article in manuscript form. Other articles found with the “Additional Manuscript Notebooks” are: “Books – Why Read Books”, “The Happy Ending”, “Realism in Literature”, “The Physiological Foundation on Arts”, and “Civilization”. Unfortunately, only a small number of these items are dated.

Newspaper clippings are mainly reviews of Grove’s published novels with a few pertaining to his educational, literary, social activities and achievements, and also his obituary notice.

Perhaps the most interesting article within the Biographical materials is a diary entitled “Thoughts and reflections” found in a manuscript copybook and dating from March 14, 1933 to June 3, 1940. This volume of daily entries reveals Grove’s musings and reflections on a wide variety of topics and issues. Also included are miscellaneous notes; a copy of a newsletter announcing the publication of The Master of the Mill; biographical material for the book jacket of In Search of Myself; an editor’s suggestions pertaining to The Yoke of Life; a copper plate from the original 1939 Ryerson edition of A Search for America; pamphlets published for Grove’s lecture tour with the Association of Canadian Clubs; a photocopy of Wanderungen, by Felix Paul Greve; copies of Grove’s citizenship application and his oath of alegiance; his marriage registration; birth and death notices of Phyllis May Grove; a copy of Grove’s student mark record from the University of Manitoba; a copy of a file from the Department of Education on Frederick and Catherine Grove; four school attendance registers in Grove’s handwriting from 1913, 1913-14, 1919-20 and 1922; rural school board minutes from 1916-18, 1919-22, and 1922-28; records of the English Club in Simcoe (1932); a newsletter and questionnaire from the Canadian Authors’ Association (1947); and a centennial copy of the Red River Valley Echo (1970), which describes the people and places Grove knew during his Manitoba years.

This collection is organized into 17 series

Correspondence, 1913-1962
Published Books and Novels, 1927-1933, some n.d.
Unpublished Books and Novels, n.d.
Published Short Stories, n.d.
Unpublished Short Stories, 1926, some n.d.
Additional Manuscript Notes, 1926, 1941, some n.d.
Poems Published Articles Unpublished Articles 1932-1940
Newspaper Clippings (about Grove), 1922-1973
Financial Records 1932-1947
Biographical Material, 1913-1973
Published Articles / Essays on Grove and Canadian Literature, 1925-1974
Unpublished Essays / Radio Broadcasts on Grove, 1947, 1976, some n.d.
Reviews of Articles / Books on Grove 1945-1976
Miscellaneous Publications, 1979
Photograph Collection, 1906-1974
Microfilm Collection (MF 2)
Microfilm Collection (MF 3)

Grove, Frederick Philip

Alexander Ewanchuk fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 193 (A.04-130)
  • Fonds
  • 1937-1957

His fonds consists of teacher’s certificates; contracts; yearbooks; course papers; correspondence; and articles.

Ewanchuk, Alexander

Isabel MacArthur fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 191 (A.03-80)
  • Fonds
  • 1952-1979

The fonds consists of Isabel MacArthur awards and honors; photographs, medals, and newspapers clipping describing her achievements.

MacArthur, Isabel

Joseph Henry Ellis fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 19, Pc 19, Mc 2
  • Fonds
  • 1811-1972

The fonds consists of biographical material, land inspection reports, special project reports, course materials, awards and surveys set among a few financial records, maps and notes. 2154 photographs, 212 negatives and photograph albums have been transferred to the photograph collection PC 19. MC 2 consists of 266 maps.

Ellis, J. H. (Joseph Henry)

Betty Dyck Fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 181 (A.03-41)
  • Fonds
  • 1990-2003

The fonds consists of a draft proposal, and research (in electronic form) of a history of the Canadian Foodgrains Bank, and the published version of the history.

Dyck, Betty

Carman District Farm Business Association fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 177 (A.02-23)
  • Fonds
  • 1959-1994

The fond consists of CDFBA records; minutes of meetings; correspondence; financial statements

Carman District Farm Business Association

Robert Klymasz fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 176
  • Fonds
  • 1919-2019

The first accession (A2002-032) consists of research material pertaining to the Gimli Community Research Project. Included are published materials about Gimli and the Interlake (pamphlets, brochures, maps, and clippings), handwritten notes, correspondence, and the draft and final copy of the GCRP report. In addition to the textual material, the collection contains over three hundred photographs which depict life in the Interlake Area.

The second accession (A2003-087) consists of personal correspondence and research material during Robert Klymasz's career as a curator for East European Collections at the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Hull, Quebec, as an instructor of Ukrainian Folklore at the University of Manitoba, and as a contributor to the Ukrainian Catholic Newspaper, Postup (Progress). In addition to textual material, the collection contains personal photographs and audio-recordings (both commercial and non-commercial) pertaining to Ukrainian folklore (primarily Ukrainian-Canadian).

The third accession (A2005-052) consists of documentation and research material pertaining to Klymasz's Archival Research Project on Walter Klymkiw.

The fourth accession (A.2006-061) consists of correspondence (2002-2006), research material (Koshetz Project, Ukrainian Music), various announcements of Ukrainian Canadian cultural events, collections of post cards/collection cards, and a photographs (PC 170).

The fifth accession (A2007-29) consists of correspondence (1995-2007), various cultural events and research projects, Shirley Klymasz's biographical information and art work and 2 family photographs (PC 170).

The sixth accession (A2008-36) consists of correspondence, material on various archival research projects including A priest, a maestro, a community: epistolary insights into the music culture of Winnipeg's Ukrainian community, 1936-1944 (2006-2007), Winnipeg Papers on Ukrainian Music (2008), and Nuggets from the past: quotations on the Ukrainian experience in Canada (2007), and photographs from his family archives (PC 170).

The seventh accession (A2009-101) consists of biographical information, Winnipeg Papers on Ukrainian Book Culture manuscript (2009), research material and correspondence, photographs from "Leadership Courses" organized by the Ukrainian National Youth Federation in Lake Winnipeg (1955), and Ukrainian Music Culture papers in electronic format.

The eighth accession (A2011-049) consists of Winnipeg Papers on Ukrainian Arts Culture manuscripts (2010) and on Searching for Kanadiis'ka Rus'" (2011), research material and correspondence, and Ukrainian wedding photographs fro the 1950s taken in Toronto and Manitoba.

The ninth accession (A2014-098) consists of: biographical; correspondence; Winnipeg Papers; Ukrainian organizations & events; miscellaneous research materials; photographs (1930s to 1970s); and electronic memory stick.

The tenth accession (A2016-021) contains documents of biographical interest, selections from Klymasz’s correspondence (including e-mails); articles, reviews and letters submitted by Klymasz and published in scholarly journals and in newspapers, as well as one conference paper; research materials on the poets included in Winnipeg Papers #7, “From the Heart: The Best Anthology of Canadian Poetry in Ukrainian,” compiled by Klymasz for the CUCS at the University of Manitoba, as well as two copies of the anthology; and a selection of concert programs, annual reports, and miscellaneous newspaper and periodical issues collected by Klymasz.

The eleventh accession (A2016-067) includes documents, photographs, audio-visual materials, and artefacts of biographical interest. It also contains selections from Klymasz’s correspondence (including e-mails); research materials, primarily newspaper clippings, on the Canadian Museum for Human Rights for Klymasz'sconference paper "The Museum as Monument and the Architect as Museum-Maker"; and a selection of miscellaneous newspaper and periodical issues collected by Klymasz.

The twelfth accession (A2017-044) in addition to correspondence with friends and colleagues (2004-2017), the accession contains biographical material, including photos, slides, and transparencies of Klymasz, his immediate family, his Ukrainian relatives, and his North American colleagues. It also contains articles by fellow ethnographers, two books by Klymasz’s Ukrainian relative, the writer Mykola Dubas, and miscellaneous materials concerning the Ukrainian-Canadian community.

The thirteenth accession (A2018-061) contains biographical materials concerning Klymasz’s family; correspondence (2009-2018); materials concerning various local Ukrainian-Canadian community organizations; and several items authored and/or compiled by Klymasz, including some of the research materials as well as the master and coil-bound copies of “Winnipeg Papers No. 6: “Vichnaya Pamyat’”: Commemoration, Celebration and Execution: The ‘Other Side’ of Canada’s Ukrainian Experience” (2013) and “Winnipeg Papers No. 9: “The Ukrainianization of Canada’s Last ‘Ruthenians’: A Newspaper Drama, 1911-1919” (2018) prepared for the Centre of Ukrainian Canadian Studies at the University of Manitoba. It also contains published articles and reports received from academic colleagues.

The fourteenth accession (A2019-148) includes small photo albums compiled by Klymasz’s wife Shirley (Zaporzan) Klymasz during her childhood and adolescence (1940s-1950s); Klymasz’s recent correspondence with colleagues; scans and photocopies of occasional Ukrainian youth publications/periodicals from the 1950s-1960s; as well as newsletters, bulletins and newspaper clippings chronicling various events in the Ukrainian-Canadian community.

In total, the photograph collection (PC 170) consists of 480 photographs, 52 slides, 113 negatives, and 3 videocassettes. The tape collection consists of 13 audio-cassettes and 7 compact discs. The electronic records collection (EL 20) consists of 3 computer diskettes. 3 compact discs and 1 memory stick.
A2019-148 includes 2 small photo albums containing 134 photographs (pasted in), 2 postcards, 1 in memoriam card, and 2 commercial audio CD discs

Klymasz, Robert Bohdan

Ed Kleiman fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 170 (A.01-15)
  • Fonds
  • 1957-1998

The fonds consists of personal correspondence, including letters from friends Adele Wiseman, James Reaney, and Fredelle Maynard. Also included in the fonds are various drafts of Kleiman's manuscripts and articles and his teaching notes accrued over his thirty-seven year career.

Kleiman, Ed

Henry Bruce Chown fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 17, Pc 14, Tc 10
  • Fonds
  • 1936-1945

The fonds consists of personal and professional papers, photographs, tapes, and clinical records and studies dating from 1936 to 1979. The papers deal with diseases affecting newborns and children, and genetic and anthropological blood group studies. An almost complete reprint collection of Dr. Chown's publications form an important part of the collection. The collection will be of interest to a variety of specialists, immunologists, pediatricians, hematologists, pathologists, and medical historians.

Chown, H. Bruce (Henry Bruce)

Communist Party of Canada Collection

  • CA UMASC Mss 169, A.02-50
  • Collection
  • 1935-1996

The fonds consists of printed materials related to the Communist Party of Canada and the Labour Progressive Party. These include reports, pamphlets, briefs to royal commissions, convention materials, newspapers, election handouts, constitutions, and writings by such notables as William Kashtan and Leslie Morrison.

Communist Party of Canada

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