The fonds consists of programmes from 1923-1930, newspaper clippings, Treasurer's Reports of the 1927 and 1928 season, The Bill from 1928 to 1937, Little Theatre Gossip, correspondence, and typescripts of speeches and historical summaries.
The fonds consists of one five-page letter written by Donald Guard stating the effects of the 1950 Red River flood on the Elm Park area of Winnipeg. His comments illustrate the nature of the damage suffered by many Winnipeggers, the areas hardest hit, and recommendations for a Red River Floodway.
The fonds consists of a biographical scrapbook of Manitoba artist Tony Tascona, a photocopy of an unpublished compilation on the life of Tony Tascona, Tascona In Context: A Documentary History and Source Book by Kenneth James Hughes (Winnipeg: 1981), and an unpublished literary manuscript entitled McCleary Drope. The Tascona scrapbook includes copies of numerous newspaper clippings about Tascona, as well as copies of Tascona's personal documents such as sketches, correspondence, military service records, etc.
The fonds contains correspondence, largely letters of congratulations on her 1935 honourary doctorate, a diary of her 1928 European tour, lectures, her Winnipeg Free Press columns dating from 1935 to 1942, and news clippings about her career.
The fonds consists of lecture notes and exam solutions for Dynamics of Machines, an Engineering course taught by Norman Macleod Hall from 1923 to 1945. The fonds contains two folders. Folder 1 contains lecture notes on steam and gas engines. Folder 2 contains lecture notes, machine blueprints and exam solutions. N.M. Hall also wrote a 15 page pamphlet entitled "Report on Winnipeg Heating Company Limited" in 1932. This pamphlet is stored in MSS 90, Box 4, Folder 2, Item 1.
The fonds consists of manuscript notebooks of courses taken by E. P. Fetherstonhaugh at McGill University from 1897 to 1899. There are four folders. Folder 1 contains a manuscript notebook of Mechanics and Kinematics, a course taken by E. P. Fetherstonhaugh in Spring 1897. Folder 2 contains three manuscript notebooks of Machine Design, a course taken in Fall 1897, and Spring 1898. Folder 3 contains a manuscript notebook of Dynamics of Machinery, a course taken in Spring 1899. The back cover of the notebook holds two loose leaves of Electrical Engineering notes. Folder 4 contains two manuscript notebooks: Electrical Physics, taken in Fall 1897/Spring 1898, and Electrical Engineering, taken in Fall 1898/Spring 1899. Folder 5 contains a book: Essays and Addresses, Religious, Literary and Social by Phillips Brooks (1894) awarded to E.P. Fetherstonhaugh as a prize in the high school in 1895.
The fonds consists of records of the C.C.G.W. from 1952 to 1976. Included are membership lists, notices of meetings, minutes, president's reports, financial records, general correspondence, and the C.C.G.W.'s constitution.
The fonds consists of a letter written by John Sutherland Campbell, Duke of Argyll and Marquis of Lorne, to the Chancellor and Council of the University of Manitoba on August 3, 1881. The letter discusses ideas on land grants and resources for buildings for the University of Manitoba to establish it as a teaching university.
The fonds consists of six files. The first file, formerly classified as MSS SC 52, consists of a variety of historical writings about Manitoba, as well as correspondence between Brandon Sun editor, C.W. Litchfield, and Winnipeg reporter, J. Fahey. The three files comprising MSS SC 53 contain papers and correspondence primarily pertaining to Manitoba politics and government during the first decade of the 20th century. Also included is a memorial from the legislature of the Province of Manitoba respecting the extension of the boundaries of the province. The fifth file, formerly classified as MSS SC 79, consists of correspondence between James P. MacDonald, MacDonald's lawyer Alex Arthur, Winnipeg grain merchant George Leary, Manitoba Premier, R.P. Roblin, and former Premier Thomas Greenway concerning the construction of a railroad between Northeastern Minnesota and Winnipeg. This series also includes a contract between J.P. MacDonald and George Leary, plus Manitoba Free Press clippings on the railroad. The last file, MSS SC 80, consists of records pertaining to a libel case against Manitoba Free Press editor, John W. Dafoe, concerning the Free Press's reporting of illegal payment of funds during the Boyne Marsh Drainage of September 1900.
The fonds consists of three manuscripts of student summer theses in Engineering titled: A Treatise on plain and reinforced concrete arches, by Andrew Mar in 1926; A Study of ductility and its relationship to stress concentration in a simple single-pin connection, by D.H. Maclean in 1944; and The Internal combustion engine, by Lawrence Labow in 1931. PC 38 includes four photographs depicting substation equipment of electrically operated coal docks.
The fonds consists of two folders. Folder 1 contains a carbon copy of a January 1941 confidential report by Tracy Phillips to Associate Minister, Department of National War Services, on European immigrants in Canada regarding consolidation of public opinion among Canadians of East European ethnic origin for the war effort. Included are carbon copies of a December 1940 letter from Tracy Phillips to Colonel James Ness, President of the Association of Canadian Clubs, and a January 1941 telegram from Tracy Phillips to professor Watson Kirkconnell. Folder 1 also contains a February 1941 letter from T.A. Crerar to John W. Dafoe (1866-1944), a 1925 Government Railway of Australia First class Imperial Press Conference pass issued to Mrs. Dafoe, and the work Extract from Political Studies: J.W. Dafoe and Lionel Curtis - Two Concepts of the Commonwealth (vol. VIII, No. 2, June, 1960). Folder 2 contains eleven letters to M. S. Donnelly from various people on the subject of the biography of J.W. Dafoe that M.S. Donnelly was writing.
The fonds consists of a photocopy of a typescript (13 leaves) entitled "Profiles in Canadian Literature: Frederick Philip Grove," written by Henry Makow. The fonds also contains an edited collection of Frederick Philip Grove's letters with commentary by H. Makow entitled "Letters from Eden: Grove's Creative Rebirth."
The fonds consists of seven monthly bulletins of the Winnipeg Branch titled The Ivy Green Bulletin. The bulletins are dated January 1928, March 1956, November 1956, January 1957, February 1957, March 1957, and February 1959. The bulletins contain programs for the monthly meetings of the Winnipeg Dickens Fellowship as well as news pertaining to members of the Winnipeg Dickens Fellowship.
The fonds consists of an unpublished report written by Grant and funded by the Hudson's Bay Research Fellowship 1922-1923. The report provides details on research into the production costs, management, and business organization of fifteen mixed and fifteen dairy farms in Manitoba. The report includes an autographed typescript letter from Premier John Bracken, Winnipeg, dated May 11, 1925.
The fonds consists of a photocopy of a letter of condolence from Governor-General Ronald Michener to James C. Irvine on the death of Senator Irvine, photocopies of three obituary notices, and a brochure on the Senate Chamber showing Senator Irvine's seat.
The fonds consists of twelve pocket diaries for the years 1922, 1927, 1932-1934, 1936-1940, and 1947-1948. The diaries contain notes about work completed on the railway. A 1935 Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees seniority list for CPR's Portage and Brandon divisions, receipts and a photograph of two women are also included in the fonds.
The 1978 accession consists of a letter from Florence Randal Livesay to Elizabeth Anderson Varley, dated December 28, 1943 at Clarkson, Ontario. The letter mentions both J.F.B. Livesay and Dorothy Livesay. The 2008 accession contains a scrapbook containing clippings of Florence Randal Livesay's published poetry and reviews.
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.
The fonds consists of a program entitled "Concert by the Faculty of the Imperial Academy of Music and Arts at the Royal Alexander Hotel, Saturday evening January 30, 1909 at 8:30." The performers were Milan Sokoloff on piano, Louis Persinger on violin, George Soeller on flute, Alexander Savine, voice, all of whom were accompanied by Fred M. Gee on the piano. Milan Sokoloff earned a LL.B. from the University of Manitoba in 1928.
Imperial Academy of Music and Arts (Winnipeg, Man.)
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.
The fonds contains some of Dr. Gordon S. Fahrni's personal and professional papers dating from 1924 to 1977. Included are Fahrni's genealogical table, a German translation of his father's biography, Christian Fahrni, his recollections of medicine and of the Manitoba Medical School (1906-1946), and an interview with Gordon Fahrni by Jean Morrison. Also included is a collection of offprints of his research papers.
The fonds consists mainly of his geological papers. Included are some biographical materials on Brownell and a biographical note on J.S. Delury. TC 3 consists of an oral history recording of Dr. Brownell conducted by Richard Bennett on October 11, 1978.
The fonds consists of a letter written by Leacock to the Winnipeg Free Press on Winnipeg Free Press Company letterhead. In the letter, dated 18 November 1932, Leacock thanks the Free Press for a positive review of his book Dry Pickwick.
The fonds consists of three bound volumes. Volume 1 contains discourses on John 13.22, Matthew 7.11, and Luke 13.7 and is dated September 1, 1850. It could have been written by Bishop David Anderson. Volume 2 contains a day-to-day summary of the collections at St. John's Cathedral and is dated December 3, 1865 - March 26, 1882. Volume 3 contains questions and answers on the history of the primitive church and could have been written by Rupert's Land Bishop Robert Machray.