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Strange, Davison, Thompson, Griffiths Family

  • CA UMASC MSS 192 (A2004-103)
  • Fonds
  • 1865-2003; predominant 1918-2003

The collection consists of greeting cards, postcards, photographs, newspaper clippings, correspondence, farm ledgers and account books, receipts, wills, legal documents, land deeds, historical municipality charts, family trees, and historical papers including official notice of John Thomas’ discharge from the U.S. military service in 1865, a letter from Buckingham palace wishing a safe return to a soldier sent overseas (presumably Pte. H. W. Davison). Included among the family photographs are Pte. Davison’s photos of the destruction in France at the end of WWI. The majority of correspondence is between Llewie Davison, Lizzie Davison, Nita Strange, Mary Davison, Bill Davison, Bert Davison, Edith Thompson, and Theo Stancel Strange.

Strange, Davison, Thompson and Griffiths Families

Colleen Helgason Nelson fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 151
  • Fonds
  • 1950-1996

The fonds is divided into four series.They include biographical information, Nelson's articles, research material for Downy Waterfowl of North America, and Nelson's research index cards. The photograph collection includes 257 photographs, 2 collages, and 16 negative color separations. The tape collection consists of 11 audio reels.

Nelson, Colleen Helgason

Frederick S. Manor fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 27 (A.79-27, A.79-30)
  • Fonds
  • 1964-1978

The fonds contains a complete run of Manor's printed Winnipeg Free Press editorials from 1964 to 1978. It also includes the author's unpublished literary manuscript, The Silk Stockings.

Manor, Frederick S.

Jovan Jovanovich fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 264 (A2006-072)
  • Fonds
  • 1947-2002

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

Leonard A. Bateman fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 267
  • Fonds
  • 1910-2003

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.

Correspondence with Whitmore

  • CA UMASC Dr. Kenneth Standing Fonds
  • Fonds
  • 1956-1959

Records consist of correspondence between Dr. Kenneth Standing and Dr. B.G. Whitmore, dating from 1956 to 1959, regarding the construction of the University's cyclotron. Construction of the cyclotron began 1959 and was completed in in October 1964. The original four sector, spiral-ridge cyclotron was designed primarily to accelerate H ions with a provision to accelerate D ions. The cyclotron originally operated with an internal ion source, which was subsequently replaced with an axial injection system in 1976. The cyclotron was decommissioned in the late 1980s.

There are 3 letters that do not directly relate to the cyclotron, but give some general background. They are dated: November 26, 1956; December 19, 1956; and December 30, 1956.

Dr. Kenneth Standing

Joan de Peña fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 329
  • Fonds
  • 1923-2009

The fonds consists of Dr. Joan Finkle de Peña’s manuscripts, articles and lecture notes pertaining to her academic teaching career at St. Louis University, and the University of Manitoba. The fonds also consists of material pertaining to her research in Puerto Rico when she was a graduate student, as well as a her academic research work with her studies of the Inuit of the North, during her tenure as a faculty member with the Department of Anthropology, University of Manitoba. In addition there are textual records pertaining to her involvement with various national and international professional associations, including the Sigma Xi Scientific Society. The collection also contains a total of 4624 photographs, 90 negatives, and 1,125 photo slides.

de Peña, Joan

Hamilton Family fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 014
  • Fonds
  • 1919-1986

The fonds is primarily related to Dr. T.G. and Lillian Hamilton's investigations of psychic phenomena spanning the years 1918 to 1945. The subject matter of the records includes rappings, clairvoyance, trance states and trance charts, telekinesis, wax molds, bell-ringing, trance scripts and visions, as well as teleplasmic manifestations. The records are in the following various formats: scrapbooks, seance attendance records and registers, affidavits, automatic writings, correspondence, speeches and lectures, newsclippings, journal articles, books, photographs, glass plate negatives and positives, prints, slides, tapes, manuscripts, and promotional materials related to major publications. All positive prints taken from the photographic negatives have been retained with the written records of the experiments which they illustrate. Almost all the glass plate negatives were photographed for archival purposes, and the black and white glossy print collection is also available. A library of related books and journals which accompanied the collection has been separately catalogued and is available. An acession from 2012, donated by Margaret Hamilton Bach's Daughter, Dorothy Reynolds Bach, contains a photo of Lillian May Hamilton, ca. late 1940s, several photographs taken in the 1930s that ended up in the book "Intention and Survival", and various reviews of that book and "Is Survival a Fact?" Also included is Lillian May Hamilton's personal copy of "Intention and Survival".

Hamilton, T. Glen (Thomas Glendenning)

Gabriel Gély fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 567 (A2018-025)
  • Fonds
  • 1931-2016

This fonds consists of graphic material and textual records from Gabriel Gély documenting his life, particularly his time in northern Canada.

Gély, Gabriel

Jennifer Shay fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 142
  • Fonds
  • 1935-2003, predominant 1960-2002

This fonds consists of three accessions:

A2000-037 contains forty series related to the professional life of Jennifer Shay including correspondence, course information, research material, talks and lectures, publications, committee information, student theses, and awards.

A2003-116 contains thirteen series relating to Jennifer Shay's personal and professional life including Personal and Professional Correspondence; Awards; Publications and Research; Childhood Materials; University Education Records; Flatford Mill; Lectures and Affiliations; Biographical Material; Committees and Philanthropic Activities; and, PhD Student Records. A large portion of the manuscript collection consists of correspondence of a personal and professional nature from a colleagues and family. A.03-116 includes one map, 130 photographs, 13 slides, one video tape, and two reel-to-reel tapes.

A2004-072 contains one series of letters written by Jennifer Shay and received by her mother, Kathlene Walker.

Shay, Jennifer

Janice Hamilton fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 323
  • Fonds
  • 1771, 1902-1959

The fonds is comprised of three accessions. The first contains a photograph album with photos, newspaper clippings, programs from school events in the 1930s and other documents, as well as loose photographs and baby books for T.G. and Lillian Hamilton's twins, Arthur Lamont (1915-1918) and James Drummond (1915-1980). It also includes the Forrester family prayer book (printed in 1771). The second accession derives from Lillian Hamilton and James D. Hamilton’s personal records, including psychical research publications, photographs and files pertaining to some of T.G. Hamilton’s psychic experiments. The third accession consists of a final draft of an article meant to be published in the Winter 2016 issue of the Paranormal Review.

Hamilton, Lillian

John Loxley fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 401
  • Fonds
  • 1965-2013

The records in the John Loxley fonds contain representations of his contributions to the discipline of economics and larger society.

The first accrual (A2013-026) is divided into 4 series and 49 sub-series. These include biographical materials, publications and papers, correspondence, reports, research materials, notes and reference materials related to university, government, community-based and professional assignments and research projects in which John Loxley has been the lead researcher and initiator or active participant.

The second accrual (A2014-096) is divided into 10 series and 18 sub-series. These include publications and papers, correspondence, reports, research materials, notes and reference materials, which are primarily related to John Loxley's roles as a student at Leeds University, an economic advisor in Uganda and Tanzania, Secretary (Deputy Minister) of Resource and Economic Development Sub-Commitee for the Province of Manitoba, and researcher of gender and economics in Ghana, and structural adjustment in Africa.

An accrual of digital records is expected in 2015 or later.

Loxley, John

J.B. Rudnyc'kyj fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 198 (A2004-097)
  • Fonds
  • 1790, 1834-1853, 1880, 1913-1991

The textual material in the fonds pertains to J.B. Rudnyc'kyj's personal and professional life. This material includes correspondence, notes, receipts, minutes,agendas, programs, publications, maps, papers, essays, exams, galley proofs, drafts, financial ledgers, index cards, and posters primarily relating to Rudnyc'kyj's career as an educator, academic scholar, and author in the fields of linguistics and onomastics, as well as his organizational affiliations and his personal life. The microfilm collection consists of thirty-five reels of J.B. Rudnyc'kyj's library and other literary works. The photograph collection contains twenty-six photographs, primarily including photographic reprints of literary works. The fonds also includes one audio-cassette of a Radio-Canada International Ukrainian language broadcast in which J.B. Rudnyc'kyj discusses his involvement in the Bilingual/Bicultural Commission.

Rudnyc'kyj, J.B.

Lynn Moss Sharman Fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 486 (A2016-011)
  • Collection
  • 1970-2014

The fonds consists of newspaper clippings, photographs, posters, research material, correspondence, journal entries, and negatives. Records include collections of articles and information related to missing and murdered persons in the Thunder Bay area, as well as in Northwestern Ontario and throughout Canada. Sharman also compiled clippings related to sex work, the Highway of Tears, the Robert Pickton trial, jail deaths, residential schools, child abuse, Tyrone Conn, foster care and adoption. Most of the material pertains to the Thunder Bay and Northwestern Ontario region but some of Sharman’s research also covers areas across Canada. The fonds further includes planning records and documentation related to walks held for missing and murdered women, records related to the Advocacy Committee for Human Experiment Survivors – Mind Control, research and workshop material, lists of missing and murdered persons, jail deaths, and assaults, and records related to organizations such as the Children’s Aid Society and the Native Women’s Association of Canada.

Sharman, Lynn Moss

Prairie Theatre Exchange fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 123
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1896], 1962 - 2001

A1992-030:
At this point the collection's records are largely limited to the theatre seasons from 1973-1974 to 1981-1982. This period includes the eight seasons during which the organization was known as the Manitoba Theatre Workshop and its first season operating as the Prairie Theatre Exchange.

The administrative and production files have been grouped together by season. In certain cases, events that generated a number of files were given their own separate series. These include the 1977 Summer Theatre Project, the 1979 Playwright Search and the 1980 and 1981 Drama Festivals.

The files in the seasonal series document the various activities undertaken by the Manitoba Theatre Workshop, including its theatre classes, educational outreach programmes, school tours, TV productions and the provincial drama festivals. Most of the seasonal series also contain files of press releases and press clippings as well as other promotional material. The many files dealing with grant applications and various aspects of fundraising are evidence of the Workshop's constant struggle to stay afloat financially.
Production files dealing with individual shows are arranged chronologically at the end of each seasonal series. These files contain equity contracts, production and rehearsal schedules, correspondence, programs, promotional material and, in some cases, the script. Most of the major productions produced or hosted by MTW/PTE during its first nine years of existence are represented but the holdings are not exhaustive. For a complete list of productions, the researcher is advised to consult Peter Spencer's 1983 thesis "The History and Contribution of the Manitoba Theatre Workshop/Prairie Theatre Exchange".

Miscellaneous and cumulative files that could not easily be placed into a seasonal series are grouped together near the end. The final series is a collection of scripts representing the productions staged by Prairie Theatre Exchange. The title "script" is somewhat misleading since most of these files also contain programs, rehearsal schedules, production notes, blocking diagrams and other related documents. The scripts themselves are usually extensively annotated.

A2002-034:
The collection includes records of the Prairie Theatre Exchange (known as the Manitoba Theatre Workshop until 1981) encompassing theatre seasons from 1973 to 2001, particularly those of the 1980s and early 1990s. Included are administrative papers, such as minutes, correspondence, legal and financial records, as well as publicity material, newspaper articles, show programs and posters, production scripts, notes, schedules, plans, drawings and set designs. The photograph collection consists of 91 photographs, 3 contact sheets, 1 slide, and 43 negative strips. The tape collection consists of 14 audio tapes. The electronic media series consists of 10 computer diskettes.

Administrative and production files have been grouped together by season. These files document the various activities undertaken by PTE/MTW, including its theatre classes, educational outreach programmes and school tours. Most of the seasonal series contain files of Board of Directors minutes, correspondence, finances, press releases and press clippings as well as other promotional material. Production files dealing with the season's shows (mainstage and touring productions) are arranged chronologically at the end of each seasonal series. Records in these files include programs, schedules, promotional material and reviews.

Miscellaneous and cumulative files that could not easily be placed into a seasonal series are grouped together. These include files which continunue over multiple seasons, regarding PTE/MTW buildings, tours and activities, as well as reference materials and a large group of subject-files (accumulated by PTE) regarding the organization's "early history".

The third series consists of records from the prompt books of PTE's Stage Managers (and sometimes Assistant Stage Managers). These contain rehearsal schedules, production notes, blocking diagrams and annotated scripts, show reports, tour itineraries, notes regarding set, costume, sound and lighting cues, as well as other related documents.

Prairie Theatre Exchange fonds

Fred and Kay Kuzyk fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 489 (A2016-034)
  • Fonds
  • 1920-2016

The collection consists of a relatively small selection of documents (biographical sketches, birth certificates, school transcripts, memorabilia, correspondence, certificates of recognition, newspaper clippings, concert and cultural event programs) and a very large number of photographs, slides, photo negatives and audio-visual materials. All of the materials document, in great detail, the private lives of Fred and Kay and their children and grandchildren, as well as Fred’s and Kay’s involvement in various community organizations, in particular Fred’s involvement with the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Engineering Class of ’46 Reunions, and Kay’s participation in Winnipeg’s O. Koshetz Choir. The photographs record Fred’s and Kay’s lives from childhood and adolescence, in the 1920s and 1930s, to old age during the 2000s and document virtually all of their private and community activities.

Kuzyk, Fred

Winnipeg Theatre Clippings collection

  • CA UMASC MSS 341 (A.02-73)
  • Collection
  • 1921-1929

Collection consists of two ledger-sized scrapbooks of theatre-related clippings from Winnipeg newspapers from 1914 to 1927 and one smaller scrapbook listing, alphabetically, the people profiled in J. B. McGeachy’s “I First Saw” column in the Winnipeg Free Press from 1921-1929.

Eva Fritsch Fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 344, PC 283 (A2010-103)
  • Fonds
  • 1973-1986, 2011

The fonds consists of ten series: biographical material, correspondence, minutes and other documents from literary organizations, design work, newspaper clippings, the Bird’s Hill Park Series exhibition, sketches, artwork by Denis Nokony, and Turnstone Press publications for which Eva Fritsch did design work. The fonds also includes a photograph collection consisting of 234 photographs and 499 negatives.

Fritsch, Eva

A.H. Reginald Buller fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 184
  • Fonds
  • 1874-1944

1998-031 is comprised of glass lantern slides that Buller used for lectures and teaching.

2004-025 contains personal and professional correspondence of Dr. Buller’s. It also contains hand painted wall charts created by and under the direction of Buller for use in his classes and lectures.

2004-096 contains numerous objects used for scientific experiments and imaging by Dr. Buller. There are also numerous glass lantern slides which he used for lectures and teaching.

2005-095 is comprised of glass lantern slides that Buller used for lectures and teaching.

2007-062 contains an array of photographs, illustrations, and manuscripts relating to Buller’s research and publications. It also includes many of Buller’s notebooks from his own education at Mason Science College.

2008-062 contains personal correspondence of Buller’s with various parties, mainly from the early 1900s.

2013-113 one card catalogue by Office Specialty Manufacturing Company limited.

2013-134 involves Buller’s cremation and his remains. The urn is enclosed in the Tyndall stone monument in front of the Buller Biological Laboratories at the University of Manitoba Fort Garry campus. The plaque in this accession was previously installed at the Cereal Research Centre where Buller’s remains were held.

2013-143 consists of a wide range of ephemera and documents from Buller. It includes attendee pins and luggage tags as well as several maps, correspondence and drafts relating to Fungi of Manitoba, and Buller’s applications for several teaching positions from the early 1900s.

2014-003 consists primarily of lithographed wall charts purchased by Buller for teaching during his tenure at the University. There are also court records from a real estate dispute and a poem.

2014-120 consists of lantern slides which Buller used for his lectures and presentations.

2018-119 a filing cabinet for large format documents. Dr. Buller used this to store his wall charts.

2018-120 a filing cabinet for large format documents. Dr. Buller used this to store his wall charts.

2018-121 two furniture pieces from Dr. Reginald Buller which he used to store items.

Buller, A.H. Reginald

Thomas E. Peterson fonds

  • CA UMASC A1991-037, A1991-046
  • Fonds
  • [ca.1976-1991]

The collection contains 58 unpublished research papers submitted to Professor Peterson by his leading students between 1976 and 1991 on the broad subject of Manitoba political studies. Topics addressed include the following: the Manitoba Development Corporation (1958-1974); business development; labour and the Provincial Government (1919-1991); pay equity legislation, its history and implementation; automobile insurance; history of the Legislative Assembly and Cabinet; low income housing and rent control; Manitoba Telephone System; Hydro; the welfare system; and farmland ownership.

H.M. Speechly, Margaret Stansfield fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 53 (A1982-028)
  • Fonds
  • 1902, 1925-1953

The scope and content of this collection is best described in the appraisal report of the National Archival Appraisal Board, dated January 20, 1983. The following is a quotation from that report:

"This collection will be of particular value to anyone studying social, political, land economic conditions in Winnipeg, especially from the mid-twenties to the mid-forties. In addition to chronicling events in that city, the papers trace the activities of prominent community leaders and the various associations of which Speechly was an active member. The unpublished autobiography provides a detailed account of the life and career of an active and vigorous civic leader.

The papers include correspondence, photographs, published articles, notes, pamphlets, and memorabilia and an unpublished autobiography of a prominent Winnipeg doctor over a period of almost four decades (1925-1961). The 1,329 letters to his daughter (Margaret Stansfield) written between 1925 and 1943, provide an interesting and relatively detailed chronicle of events and prominent people in Winnipeg. The collection is in excellent physical condition and occupies 75 cm."

Speechly, H.M

Dorothy Livesay fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 37, PC 43, TC 31
  • Fonds
  • 1874 - 1997

The fonds consists of biographical material, correspondence, drafts, and versions of Dorothy Livesay's writings of all genres. The records are divided into five categories: autobiographical, biographical, bibliographical, business papers regarding her writing and her personal business papers. The remainder of the manuscript collection consists of plays, reviews, poems, short stories, essays, talks and addresses, and memoirs. The photograph collection contains pictures of Dorothy Livesay, her family and friends, and places and buildings. The tape collection consists of conversations between Livesay and others, interviews, poetry readings, radio broadcasts, music, and memoirs.

Livesay, Dorothy

Post Family fonds

  • CA UMASC A2004-128
  • Fonds
  • 1903-1958, 1974

This fonds consists of records relating to the daily functions of the Post family farm. Materials include account books and receipts documenting grain and livestock production, Canadian Wheat Board permit books, as well as federal and municipal tax returns and receipts, and notices of land assessments. Financial records such as lease and mortgage papers are also included. The fonds also contains a small collection of personal correspondence. In addition, there exists correspondence between Stephen Post and both the Agricultural College at the University of Manitoba and the Department of Agriculture's Dominion Experimental Farms related to Mr. Post's participation in wheat sample experiments from 1927-1929. This fonds consists of the series: Personal Records; Farm Records.

Post Family

Bernard M. Rasch Fonds

  • CA UMASC A2004-104
  • Fonds
  • 1937-2004

The fonds contains various newsletters, pamphlets and publications on UFOs, occult societies, psychics and natural healers. It also contains Rasch's scrapbook of the Monarchy; as well as a scrapbook collected by Dora Dibney of Margaret Hamilton's newspaper articles about her father, well known paranormal investigator, Dr. T. G. Hamilton.

Bernard M. Rasch

Fredelle Maynard fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 136
  • Fonds
  • ca.1915-1992; predominately 1932-1989

The A1991-010, A1992-012 fonds contains working copies of published essays, articles, stories, poems, manuscripts and personal and family correspondence. There are two copies of Purple and Gold (1937-1938), news clippings, travel diaries, a scrapbook of her articles, a video tape collection of Parents and Children, and miscellaneous audio tapes.

The 2001-008 accession consists of personal information, professional and personal correspondence, a published magazine article, unpublished material, a speech, miscellaneous material relating to Fredelle Maynard, and material relating to other family members of Fredelle Maynard. The accession also contains an extensive photograph collection comprising of 138 negatives, 17 slides, and 2826 photographs. In addition, the fonds includes 13 video cassettes and 22 audio cassettes.

Maynard, Fredelle

Robert Bury Ferguson fonds

  • CA UMASC A2017-015
  • Fonds
  • 1938-2012

The fonds consists of textual and graphic material related to Ferguson's professional work.

There are four series in the fonds; Professional Correspondence and Work; Feldspars; Published Work; and an additional Miscellaneous series that was added in 2019.

Ferguson, Robert Bury

Margaret Stobie fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 013
  • Fonds
  • 1912-1981

A1980-017, A1986-047: Contains research material used in writing her book Frederick Philip Grove (1973)*. Includes correspondence, interviews (tapes and typescripts), research notes and news articles. There are also copies of three articles on the Graphic Press plus a paper on "Friedrich Hebbel" delivered to the English Club in Simcoe, Ontario (1932). The fifteen tapes have been transferred to the Tape Collection, TC 2.

The Collection gives a glimpse of the rural Manitoba towns in which Frederick Grove lived and taught. The private interviews, although based on somewhat vague recollections, reflect the communities' attitude and feelings toward Grove, especially those of former students, and show a more personal, intimate aspect of Grove's rather unique character and lifestyle.

TC 24 (A1980-017): The tape collection consists of a description of the original project for linguistic study of the Scotch-Cree dialect called Bungi ; transcriptions of all tapes as made by the Indian History Film Project, and the spectrograms and analysis of Margaret Stobie's dialectal study.

Stobie, Margaret

Heather Robertson fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 77
  • Fonds
  • 1942-2014

The fonds contains literary manuscripts of most of her books, personal and professional correspondence, material pertaining to both her literary and academic careers, more than 1000 photographs, 33 audio-cassettes, 1 videocassette, and 3 computer diskettes. The A12-41 accession of the fonds consists of legal documents and correspondence relating to the Robertson v. Thomson Corp. class action lawsuit, as well as awards, portraits and other correspondence. The A12-133 accession consists of correspondence and a review of "A Terrible Beauty", a periodical on Heather Robertson and a National Magazine Awards Booklet, plus awards and portraits. The 15-005 is comprised of nine series, including: biographical & personal information; literary career; research material; publishing contracts; correspondence; areas of interest; photographs; tapes & electronic records.

Robertson, Heather

Manitoba Eastern European Heritage Society (MEEHS) fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 303 (A2008-113)
  • Fonds
  • 1982-1998

The fonds consists of material relating to the history of Eastern European communities in Manitoba. This includes over 400 photographs, almost 7000 slides, close to 200 contact sheets, close to 3000 negatives, correspondence, maps, research notes, church directories, church inventories, and architectural evaluations of Manitoba Eastern European churches. The collection also includes taped interviews with or about various church artists or architects. Also included in the collection are records related to the research and preparation of the manuscript "Monuments to Faith: Ukrainian Churches in Manitoba," as well as miscellaneous records of the Manitoba Eastern European Heritage Society.

The collection is divided into the following series:
Church Documentation
MEEHS Records
Project Documentation
Research and Planning
"Monuments to Faith" - Manuscript Preparation
Map Collection (MC 39)
Church Documentation - Slide and Photograph Collection (PC 254)
"Monuments to Faith" - Slides and Photographs for Manuscript Preparation (PC 254)
Tape Collection (TC 142)
Electronic Records (EL 42)

Manitoba Eastern European Heritage Society

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