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David Arnason and Wayne Tefs fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 111
  • Fonds
  • 1975-1977

The fonds consists of 45 one-hour audiotaped interviews of several well-known Canadian writers. Professor David Arnason and Wayne Tefs conducted these interviews between 1975 and 1977 for the radio program Canadian Writers Symposium. Many of the interviews are distinctly biographical in nature and revealing of the life and creativity of the individual writers. A few of the interviews have been transcribed. Included are interviews of Milton Acorn, George Bowering, Paul Hiebert, Pat Lane, Daphne Marlott, W.O. Mitchell, P.K. Page, Al Purdy, William Valgardson, Adele Wiseman, and many more.

Tefs, Wayne

Amy Arnold fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS SC 155
  • Fonds
  • [193?]-1983

The fonds consists of a photograph of a Rummely threshing machine owned by four families in the Neepawa area during the 1930s. The fonds also contains a clipping featuring a poem written by Frank Dudenhoffer in 1948 that was printed for the Centennial of Neepawa in 1983.

Arnold, Amy

Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences fonds

  • CA UMASC UA 21
  • Collection
  • 1908-1988

The fonds is divided into thirteen series as noted below. The textual records include correspondence, budgets, minutes, annual reports, research proposals and results, course syllabi, papers, exams, and publicity and press releases for the School of Agriculture, the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences, and the Faculty's component department. The files of the Canadian International Development Association's work in Kenya and Zambia are also included. The photograph collection consists of over 2000 photographs, over 400 slides, and 16 packets of negatives that illustrate a number of activities involving the Manitoba Agricultural College and its predecessor, the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences. The tape collection consists of four audio reels that detail the following topics: Manitoba Agricultural College History – Extension; the birth of 4H in Canada; the first Home Economics Programs; the organization of Women's Institutes in Manitoba; Dr. L.H. Shebeski; "The Challenge of Agriculture"; Dr. Baldur Stefanson on "The Rapeseed Story"; an example of an Agricultural Diploma oral examination; and Glen Dyck Morden on the "Farm Business Planning Project."

Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences

Pamela Banting fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS SC 66
  • Fonds
  • 1985

The fonds consists of Pamela Banting's commentary, "The Daughter's Seduction" with excerpts from correspondence between Dorothy Livesay and her father, John Frederick Bligh Livesay. This was a Discovery Hour Series lecture given by Pamela Banting in 1985. Discovery Hour Series was a program run by University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections from 1982 to 1994.

Banting, Pamela

Frederick D. Baragar fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 283
  • Fonds
  • 1914-1919

Frederick D. Baragar's war correspondence is divided into four series: letters to home folks (letters written to family and friends), letters to Edith Robertson, whizbangs, and typed transcripts of the correspondence. A brief summary of each letter is given in the finding aid.
The collection also contains a set of miscellaneous documents related to Frederick Baragar and his family, as well as three photographs showing Baragar in uniform.

Baragar, Frederick D.

Edward J. Barton fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS SC 12
  • Fonds
  • 1915

The fonds consists of one handwritten letter, dated November 28, 1915, from Father Edward J. Barton to Dr. D.A. Stewart. Dr. David Alexander Stewart (1874-1932), a graduate of the University of Manitoba, was the founder and superintendent of Ninette Sanatorium for tuberculosis in Manitoba. The letter was intended to inform Dr. Stewart of the death of Father Superior Paul Benoit, Sr., the first parish priest of Notre Dame de Lourdes, and discussed the earlier death of Father Paul Benoit, Jr.

Barton, Edward J.

Edmund G. Berry fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS SC 137
  • Fonds
  • 1958-1959

Like many academics in 1958, Edmund G. Berry became interested in what became known as the Crowe case and its testing of the boundaries of academic freedom in Canadian universities and colleges. In March of 1958 United College (now a part of the University of Winnipeg) Principal Wilfred C. Lockhart anonymously received an opened letter written by tenured History Professor Harry S. Crowe, then on academic leave at Queens University, that was intended for United College German professor William (Viljo) Packer. In the letter, the content of which was never made public, Crowe apparently made disparaging remarks about the academic environment of United College. Lockhart was offended by the letter and sent correspondence to Crowe that if he in fact viewed the college in such a negative way, he should seek employment elsewhere and would be given a year to seek employment. Crowe refused to resign and thus began a process of acrimonious negotiation between Crowe and the administration. Universities across the country closely followed the Crowe case. Eventually Crowe was allowed to stay at United College, but opted to move to a new job as research director for the Canadian Brotherhood of Railway, Transport and General Workers. He returned to academia at York University in 1966.

Berry, Edmund Grindlay

Neil Kalman Besner fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 211
  • Fonds
  • 1972-2014, predominant 1991-2006

The 2005-2010 accessions of the fonds are divided into eleven series: curriculum vitae, published articles, notes and correspondence for the translation of Rare and Commonplace Flowers, correspondence regarding Uncommon Wealth, correspondence and contributors' submissions to the Carol Shields issue of Prairie Fire and to Carol Shields: The Arts of a Writing Life, reading scripts for unpublished lectures and addresses, an unpublished short story and unpublished novel, a file marked "miscellaneous" by donor that contains cards, certificates, poems and some correspondence, letters to donor from writers and critics, two colour photographs, and copies of books written or edited by the donor.

The 2014 accession (A14-71) is divided into nine series consisting of clippings, correspondence, speeches, professional writing, published works and photographs.

Besner, Neil Kalman

Elinor F. Black fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS SC 37
  • Fonds
  • 1941-1971

The collection consists of correspondence regarding gynaecology in general, the history of the University of Manitoba Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and proposals regarding the same department at Winnipeg General Hospital.

Black, Elinor F. E. (Elinor Frances Elizabeth)

George Black fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS SC 050
  • Fonds
  • 1897

The fonds consists of a diary written by George Black, who describes his journey from Winnipeg by steamer up the Red River to bring relief to settlers distressed by the flood of April 22-28, 1897. It is a leather bound account book containing Black's penciled diary and a record of mail and supplies delivered.

Black, George

Hans Braun fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss Sc 117
  • Fonds
  • 1994

The fonds consists of a 15 page unpublished article titled "In Search of Security: Postwar Germany Between Reconstruction and Modernization." Braun's article focuses on the situation in Germany after the Second World War ended in 1945, its occupation by Allied Forces, the establishment of the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic in 1949, and a notable anti-political trend in the 1950s.

Braun, Hans

Albert Breton fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS SC 112
  • Fonds
  • 1986

The fonds consists of a copy of a speech delivered by Albert Breton at the 1986 University of Manitoba convocation ceremonies titled "Quel libre - echange pour le Canada?". The speech is in French.

Breton, Albert

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

Mary Lile Benham fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 115
  • Fonds
  • 1929-1990

The fonds consists of typescripts of most of Mary Benham's unpublished works. Many of the manuscripts are accompanied by research notes and correspondence. Also included are sketches, plays, agreements, presentations, poems, a scrapbook, published articles, news clippings, and memorabilia. The photograph collection consists of 17 photographs, 2 slides, and 2 negatives.

Benham, Mary Lile

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.

Chartered Accountants Association of Manitoba fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss Sc 41
  • Fonds
  • 1912-1920

The fonds consists of one bound book of the minutes of meetings of the Examination Board of the Chartered Accountants Association of Manitoba, which cover the period November 1912 to May 1920.

Institute of Chartered Accountants of Manitoba

Joe Clark fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss Sc 28
  • Fonds
  • 1978-1979

The fonds consists of two letters from Joe Clark, Leader of the Opposition, to W. Royce Butler, Director of Libraries, University of Manitoba, dated 1978 and 1979 respectively. The letters are responses to Butler's concern that the federal government was considering reducing financial support of libraries.

Clark, Joe

Albert D. Cohen fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 153, Pc 160, El 2 (A02-41, A2015-078)
  • Fonds
  • 1905-2011

The A02-41 accession of the Albert D. Cohen fonds consists of 4 series: International Distinguished Entrepreneur Award 1983-2002, Books 1985, 2002, Photograph Collection (PC 160) 1987-2000, and Electronic Records (EL 2), 1985-1990. The first series consists of records relating to the University of Manitoba's Distinguished Entrepreneur Award (IDEA). This includes materials relating to the coordination of the award and the annual IDEA dinner. The Books series contains two books written by Cohen. The Photograph Collection comprises 118 photographs and 29 video-cassettes pertaining to the IDEA dinner. 6 of the 29 IDEA dinner videos were digitized and placed in EL 2.

The 2015-078 accrual of the Albert D. Cohen fonds consists of 8 series: Biographical Information and Personal Correspondence; Corporate Entities; Awards; Community and Professional Involvement; Manuscripts and Publishing; Personal Interest; Travel Memorabilia; Photographic Records

The first series consists of records relating to biographical information compiled by Albert Cohen tracing his family ancestry immigrating from Europe and contains records documenting successive generations including Cohen's immediate family and grandchildren. The series also contains a few of Cohen's day planners and personal correspondence generated by Cohen and his family and friends.

The second series contains records created by corporate entities related to General Distributors Ltd. (GDL) and its successor Gendis Inc. The corporate entities are separated into subseries that trace the history of the company relating to the early operations of General Distributors Ltd., its partnership with Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo Ltd. later the Sony Corporation, The Frawley Corporation (Paper Mate), and Gillette Corporation. Subseries also include records created by GDL and Gendis Inc. relating to the purchasing of Metropolitan Stores of Canada Ltd., Greenberg stores, and creation and branching of SAAN stores. Following subseries deal with GDL and Gendis Inc.'s acquisition and ventures in petroleum interests. Other professional activities related to Cohen are also included in the subseries like professional correspondence, publicity, invitations, business research, and litigation.

The third series documents Cohen receiving local and national awards relating to his entrepreneurial success and community involvement including Man of the Year, the Canadian Business Hall of Fame award, and Member and later Officer of the Order of Canada with certificates, photographs, and related records.

The fourth series compiles Cohen's committee and professional involvement with medical and academic committees in Winnipeg, club membership with The Manitoba Club, his extensive work in planning International Distinguished Entrepreneurship Award (I.D.E.A.) ceremonies and numerous conference attendance records accompanied by speech drafts.

The fifth series contains research notes, drafts, manuscripts, correspondence, and related publishing records pertaining to Cohen's five books including The Entrepreneurs: The Story of Gendis Inc., The Triangle of Success: The Gendis/Saan Story, The Story of SAAN, I.D.E.A., and Reminiscences of an Entrepreneur - How Sony came to Canada and then to the World in 1955.

The sixth series relates to Cohen's personal interest in golfing, auctioning personal correspondence of Ian Fleming and donating proceeds to charity, and film and screenplay research.

The seventh series consists of various booklets and brochures from airlines, tourist destinations, and hotels collected by Cohen during his international trips.

The eighth series of photographic records comprises 296 photographs, 66 negatives, and 12 contact sheets. The series gives a detailed visual account of Cohen's extended and immediate family, business relationships, and acquisitions along with the

Cohen, Albert D. (Albert Diamond)

W. Royce Butler fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss Sc 26, Mss Sc 65 (A.78-42, A.80-20)
  • Fonds
  • 1978

MSS SC 26 contains a copy of Professor Butler's lecture "The Form of the Book and the Shape of the Mind", delivered in 1978 at the Winnipeg Centennial Library as part of the Manitoba Library Event, a press release and a calendar of events for Manitoba Library Event and Children's Book Festival in November 1978. MSS SC 65 consists of a photocopy of Loys Le Roy's pamphlet, "De la Vicissitude des Choses," and a bibliographic history of the first edition prepared by Butler.

Butler, Royce

William J. Cameron fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss Sc 15
  • Fonds
  • 1984

The fonds consists of a manuscript titled Popular Literature: The Publishing History of 'Acting Plays' 1710-1793 by William J. Cameron, and a program for The Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (CSECS) Conference, Winnipeg October 12, 13, 14, 1984. Cameron presented his paper at a joint session of the CSECS and the Department of Archives & Special Collections, Elizabeth Dafoe Library, the University of Manitoba on 16 October.

Cameron, William J.

Petro Danyliuk fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 338
  • Fonds
  • 1921-2004

The fonds consists of Ivan Syrnick's correspondence; Petro Danyliuk's correspondence; correspondence and articles sent to Canadian Farmer and Ukrainian Voice, two major Ukrainian newspapers in Winnipeg; and material pertaining to the Ukrainian Canadian Congresses, Ukrainian Self-Reliance League of Canada, Ukrainian War Veterans' Association, Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Carpathian Credit Union and other Ukrainian organizations. It also consists of rare periodicals published by the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, National Youth Organization, and War Veteran's Association. This collection is a valuable contribution to the Archives of the Ukrainian Canadian Experience - covering material of major Ukrainian organizations in Winnipeg.

Danyliuk, Petro

Allan Drysdale Collection

  • CA UMASC Mss Sc 156, Tc 82
  • Collection
  • 1966-1967

The collection consists of a booklet titled Wandering in Wattsview, Wattsview History 1879-1967. The book contains maps, biographical information, general history of the community, family histories and photographs. It was put together and published by the Wattsview Centennial Club Committee. The fonds also includes an audio tape of the reminiscences of Mrs. Butcher, who was a resident of Wattsview. It was recorded by her son, John Butcher on December 26, 1966. The recording also contains information about Fort Ellice. The audio tape is located at TC 82.

Drysdale, Allan

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.

Leon Edel fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss Sc 102
  • Fonds
  • 1953-1991

The fonds consists of correspondence between Helen Promislow and Leon Edel.

Edel, Leon

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)

Michael Kinnear fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 218
  • Fonds
  • 1639-2004 (predominantly 1915-2004)

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.

Kinnear, Michael

William Harold Hunt fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 163 (A02-57, A10-101)
  • Fonds
  • 1884-1977

The fonds consists of textual records, publications, maps, plans, and ephemera that document Hunt's education and career as a civil engineer in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Textual records and some maps relating to his service as a major in the Canadian militia are also included in the fonds. The records document Hunt's education in engineering at the University of Manitoba in the early 1900s. His work in engineering is also documented, particularly through maps, including the Falcon Lake Park, highways construction, irrigation systems, and others. His service in the military led him to document the history of various rifle regiments, the Officer Training Corps, and field engineering military training, which provides particularly valuable information on the period between World War I and World War II military training. His interest in the Hudson Bay Railway supplies a rich documentation on the subject. Some of the ephemera Hunt collected over the years is of particular interest. The material is especially valuable for historical research in the history of engineering in Manitoba and Canadian military history.

Hunt, William Harold

Graham Jackson fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss Sc 103 (A.87-07)
  • Fonds
  • 1980

The fonds consists of one unbound literary manuscript entitled Not Really By Chance written by Graham Jackson. The manuscript is the 24th of 30 copies and pertains to homosexuality.

Jackson, Graham

Melita and David A. Ennis fonds

  • CA UMASC Pc 240 (A.08-19)
  • Fonds
  • 1929-1932

The fonds consists of black and white photographs, some of which were processed on card-stock paper or postcard. The photographs depict construction projects, settlement communities, rail roads, indigenous peoples, Charles and Anne Lindbergh, and images of northern landscapes. They document the process of mechanization and frontier expansion. In addition to the photographs is one newspaper clipping with a picture of the "Lindbergh Baby", relating to his kidnapping on March 1st, 1932. The photographs and postcards are stored in two leather bound photo albums with black-paper pages. Painted on the leather covers are an Indigenous chief, a teepee near pine trees, and the words "Photograph Album"€ and "Churchill".€

Martin, Samuel Angus

Hilary Everitt fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 39 (A.07-75)
  • Fonds
  • 1918

During the Great War of 1914-1919, organizations formed in Canada to support the war effort as well as contending with the human casualties. Included in these organizations were women’s projects such as sewing circles and other social functions to help incorporate community members while large segments were abroad. Humanitarian organizations like the Red Cross played a pivotal role in engaging members of the community at home to service those abroad. The fonds contains two letters of internal correspondence written in 1918 from The Canadian Red Cross Society and the Patriotic Sewing Circle. Both letters are type-written on letterhead and are in good condition.

Everitt, Hilary

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