- CA UMCMA 2.6g.1.
- 2008 - 2009
File contains: draft proposal 2008, recruitment; Symposium notice May 2009.
Centre for Global Public Health
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File contains: draft proposal 2008, recruitment; Symposium notice May 2009.
Centre for Global Public Health
The fonds consists of one diary with entries from 1898 to 1935. The diary begins with a brief resumé of Reverend Dugald McIntyre's life followed by daily entries. The diary includes details about his working life, traveling, and details about the progress of his children, Campbell and Marjorie. The letters to D. McIntyre from 1913 to 1935 include a letter from Ella M. Hunt, wife of W.M. Hunt, letters of sympathy, and letters to McIntyre from his son, Campbell, regarding his college graduation. One sheet of sermon notes is included.
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.
Hind, E. Cora (Ella Cora)
Eaton's Department Store fonds
The fonds contains four Eaton's pamphlets printed on colored paper. The pamphlets are titled: "A Girls Guide to Hosiery", "Recent Additions to the Eaton's Lending Library", and two from May 8 and 15 of 1941 titled "Our Own Fashion Teas in the Grill Room." The textual records display the events and information provided to the public about the goings on at the Eaton's Winnipeg location.
Eaton's Store (Winnipeg, Man. : Portage Ave.)
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.
The fonds consists of memoirs and letters from Ed Parker to Molly Rogers Brickman. He reminisces about growing up in Winnipeg's North End, attendance at Machray School and Wesley College, friends and fellow students who went on to have important careers, and being a Jewish student in a Protestant setting. The fonds also includes his memoirs relating to his time as a student at Wesley College and his tenure at the Winnipeg Tribune.
The collection primarily contains the papers and proceedings of Tarr's involvement with various Institutes, including: the Institute of Pacific Relations; the Royal Institute of International Affairs; the Canadian Institute of International Affairs; the American Institute of Pacific Relations; the British Commonwealth Relations Conference; and the Conference of North Atlantic Relations.
Also included is correspondence regarding the publication Pacific Affairs.
Publications of the different Institutes have been removed and separately cataloged.
Tarr, Edgar J.
Edith Johnson and Betty Zurba fonds
The fonds consists of the diaries of Edith Maude (Stone) Johnston (1934-1937, 1943, 1944) and her daughter Betty (Johnson) Zurba (1968-1971, 1977). The fonds also contains nine leaves of farm expense accounts from October 1947 to November 1949.
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
Edna Chapman Robson and Leslie Robson fonds
The fonds consists of correspondence, programs, school notebooks, a copy of deed of gift, exam papers, school songs and games, school transcripts, newspaper clippings, booklets, invitations, a copy of a published pamphlet entitled My Story by Frank Hitchcock, photographs relating to the Manitoba Agricultural College, and maps and blueprints.
Robson, Edna Chapman
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.
This collection pertains to the publication of The Poplarfield & District Millenium Album 1900-2000, written and compiled by Edward Ledohowski, initially published in 2001. The nine folders contain textual and photographic records, as well as digital content on 4 compact discs. The textual files contain drafts of text for the books, a descriptive index of the files of negatives, and a hardcover 2nd edition of the book. The photographic negatives comprise many of the images used for the book, and range in size from 35mm to 11.5cm x 7.5cm). The compact disks contain digital copies of photographs and captions, a digital copy of the book, and photographs of research material on Ukrainians in Canada from 1919.
The fonds consists of notebooks, correspondence, and a 1928 journal publication, including the notes and sketches which contributed to it.
Abbott, Eileen Bulman
The first accession consists of literary manuscripts to her books, poems, tape recordings of her interviews, and some scattered correspondence. As a participant in Dr. T. Glendenning Hamilton's experiments on parapsychology, Syke's few notes on those studies are included here. The fonds also includes an Ouija board.
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.
Eleanor Blain/Frank Walters fonds
The fonds consists of two collections: the Walters Collection of Lower Red River Oral Histories (12 reels of originals tape recordings and 13 audio-cassettes transcribed by Eleanor M. Blain) ; and the Blain Collection of Bungee Dialect Recordings (9 audio cassettes - 7 original recordings, 2 copies, restricted until December 31, 2009).
Walters, Frank J.
Electronic Records - Back-up Disks for Inuit Artists Print Workbook
The fonds consists of biographical material, Eli Mandel's creative works of poetry and prose, and substantial correspondence between Mandel and several literary contemporaries all across Canada. Also included in the fonds are diaries, business correspondence, and lecture notes on the poetry, prose, and fiction of various writers. There are manuscript and typescript copies of most of his poems and critical works, frequently in many drafts, as well as drafts of his published anthologies. His formal articles are supplemented by notes for his lectures to university classes and other audiences. The correspondence includes exchanges of letters with many of his contemporary Canadian writers and scholars. There is a limited amount of material concerning members of Mandel's family, especially his first wife, Miriam (Minovitch) Mandel. The photograph collection consists of 59 photographs, 7 photo postcards, and 21 negatives. The tape collection consists of 4 audio cassettes and 13 audio reels, mostly of Mandel reading poetry.
The fonds is divided into 18 series. They include: Celebrations, religion, memoirs & family stories, societies, literature, Swedish authors, correspondence, places, profiles, immigration/emigration, women, business, education, research material, photo collection including 7 VHS cassettes, 14 CDS with photos & 3 oversize photos, Electronic Records including 13 CDS & 9 floppy discs, Tape Collection including 7 audio cassettes.
This fonds consists of correspondence between Elinor Black and her friends, family, and colleagues; information about Black's education; medical papers and addresses given by Black; a copy of Black's unpublished book "The Professor and His Wife: The Stoughton Story"; photographs of Black, her friends, and her family; account books; diaries; sketchbooks; a scrapbook; and several small objects belonging to Black.
Black, Elinor F. E. (Elinor Frances Elizabeth)
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)
Fonds consists of records related to films, documentaries, television shows, and non-produced projects by Swerhone. The records document the research, writing and filming process, and include scripts, transcriptions, agreements, contracts, applications, production files, financial documents, release forms, schedules, correspondence, promotional material, research notes, proposals, slides, photographs, negatives, and audio-visual material.
The fonds is arranged into 3 series:
1) Textual material
3) Audio-visual material.
Each series is subsequently arranged by project.
The fonds consists of 10 series. They include: biographical information, articles and reports, student papers, Canadian Home Economics Association, Manitoba and National Committee on the Status of Women, University of Manitoba Home Economics Department, University Women’s Club, research material, a photograph collection, and a tape collection.
This fonds contains photographs and documents related to seances, and to T.G. Hamilton and Elizabeth Poole (Elizabeth Shand's mother). These records were saved by Elizabeth (Poole) Shand in a cardboard memento box and this box has been included in the fonds.
Shand, Elizabeth (Poole)
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 primarily of photocopies of articles, documents, correspondence, photographs or artwork that the donor has acquired from various magazines, newspapers, books, associates and other archives and libraries. The vast majority of the collection relates to “Lost Horizon”, with a much smaller, though still significant, percentage relating to "Helen of Troy". Some of the collection falls outside the scope of either of the two aforementioned movies, being a collection of writings, photos and artwork relating to Hollywood and the movie industry in general, as well as California travel information and info on Tibet. The fonds is divided into the series “Lost Horizon” articles, “Lost Horizon” documents and research, personal effects, "Lost Horizon” publicity stills, “Lost Horizon” production photographs, “Lost Horizon” negatives, “Lost Horizon” art, “Helen of Troy”, related interests, oversized items, "Lost Horizon" microfilm, correspondence about “Lost Horizon”, “Lost Horizon” biographies, oversized photos of “Lost Horizon,” video collection associated with “Lost Horizon,” and audio cassette collection associated with “Lost Horizon”.
The "Lost Horizon" articles series contains newspaper, magazine and journal articles, as well as book excerpts, related to various "Lost Horizon" subjects, such as production, reception and cast and crew biographies. The "Lost Horizon" various articles series also features articles discussing James Hilton's other works. The “Lost Horizon” documents and research series contains various primary sources such as interviews, scripts, theatre programs and legal documents. The personal effects series contains content related to Ely Bronstein’s personal life such as correspondence and ephemera, though the vast majority of this material relates to “Lost Horizon”. The video collection associated with “Lost Horizon” series contains films based on other works by James Hilton or starring Ronald Colman, as well as information on Frank Capra’s life and his American Film Institute Life Achievement Award. The audio cassette collection associated with “Lost Horizon” series contains various primary sources such as interviews, theatre programs, soundtracks, prayers, and news reports. The next three series contain photographs of “Lost Horizon”, both publicity stills - scenes from the movie -slides, and production photos – pictures taken of the production processes or of members of the production crew. The negatives relating to “Lost Horizon” are reproduced photographic negatives, while the artwork contains movie posters and concept art. The “Helen of Troy” series contains material relating to that film, including articles, documents and publicity stills. The related interest series contains various articles and pictures related to Hollywood and the movie industry, as well as information about California and Tibet. All oversized items requiring larger boxes are included in the oversized items series. Lastly, the "Lost Horizon" microfilm series contains press books and visual representations of the film on 35mm microfilm. The items are all paper photocopies of their original formats, with the exceptions of a few original correspondences, a few original newspaper clippings, the negatives and the microfilm.
The Emil and Lynette Hain fonds consists of textual records, such as letters, handwritten lecture notes, a program advertising the Rev. Riddette’s slide show, and a typewritten communication service in the Native language of the Transvaal region. The fonds also contains negatives, and a collection of glass lantern slides and created by Rev. Thomas Watson which document the missionary work being undertaken in the Transvaal region of South Africa prior to the onset of the Boer War. Rev. Watson created the glass lantern slides from his original negatives and used them as the basis of his lecture tour titled "The Boers: Their Country, their Ways, their Neighbours, and their War." It is likely that Rev. Watson purchased additional glass lantern slides from Rev. J.H. Riddette’s slide show to supplement his own collection. Emil Hain donated two Brooke High School yearbooks from 1953 and 1954 (Rivers, Manitoba). The collection also contains one film reel and a program documenting the 1958 installation banquet for the Zeta Iota chapter of the Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity at the University of Manitoba, as well as a 1958 copy of the Fraternity magazine (Teke Life) which talks about the fraternity at the University of Manitoba.
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.
Fetherstonhaugh, E. P.