- CA UMASC Mss Sc 70 (A.81-10)
The fonds contains photocopies of six short stories by Raymond Knister: "Peaches, Peaches", "The First Day of Spring", "Grapes", "Horace the Haymow", "Indian Summer", and "Hackman's Night".
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The fonds contains photocopies of six short stories by Raymond Knister: "Peaches, Peaches", "The First Day of Spring", "Grapes", "Horace the Haymow", "Indian Summer", and "Hackman's Night".
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
The fonds consists of one essay draft by Canadian artist Walter J. Phillips and posthumously edited by his grandson, Ray Phillips. The essay, titled Back to Nature, describes landscape painting.
The fonds consists of 8 series: Currie Family Albums, Currie Articles, Academic reports & media releases, Post retirement affiliations, Correspondence, Photographs, Confidential material & Oversize containing Awards & Certificates
Fonds consists of records interviews with Jim Nickels where he talks about Thomas Glendenning Hamilton, and Clinical Psychology. A recording of a conference on T.G. Hamilton is also included.
The 2005 accession is compiled into five series. The first series is comprised of biographical information, including Condie's curriculum vitae. The second series contains Condie's personal and professional correspondence. The third series is divided into six sub-series consisting of individual films: Oh, Sure (1972), Getting Started (1979), Pigbird (1982), The Big Snit (1985), The Apprentice (1991), and La Salla (1996). The material within these sub-series includes award notifications, film industry and newspaper reviews, exhibition programs, animation cels, backgrounds, layouts, and dope sheets, as well as publication and periodical information pertaining to Condie's career in animation. Scans of photographs make up the fourth series. A videocassette (VHS) of a compilation of Condie's work for the National Film Board of Canada concludes the series.
The 2006 accession consists of approximately 100 painted cels from the film The Big Snit as well as two backgrounds created by Richard Condie's sister, Sharon Condie, for the same film. The 2011 accession consists of painted cels from the films Heartland and the Big Snit, as well as two videocassettes of Heartland and The Apprentice. The fonds is compiled into two series, the first entitled Animation Cels: Painted Cels and the second PC 196. The 2018 accessions A.18-086 and A.18-087 consist of cels from The Big Snit and accession A.18-100 has textual records of promotional material, clippings and publications relating to Richard Condie.
The Sandra Barz fonds details over forty years of dedication to documenting Inuit artist biographies, the evolution of printmaking, and encouraging growing interest for Inuit art worldwide. She also documents the recognition given by governments to Indigenous art and culture with her collection of stamps from Europe, Greenland, United States, and Canada. The accrual (A13-44) is divided into 12 series. They include biographical information, publishing, travel, consulting, speeches and conferences, correspondence, a stamp collection, research materials, and oversized items. The photograph collection includes 746 slides, 750 negatives, 3177 photographs, 14 contact sheets, 1 Compact Disc, 20 VHS Video Cassettes, 1 map, 20 - 3.25" zip discs, and 30 - 5.25" floppy discs. There are 18 microfiche sheets included.
The A2018-008 accession contains correspondence; art catalogues and brochures; photographs, slides and photocopies of prints, artists and communities; records related to artworks and artists including price lists, promotional material, newspaper clippings, artist biographies, descriptions of artwork and disc lists. It also includes electronic records containing images of Sandra Barz's travels and of various print collections and a series of over-size items. The accession contains 865 photographs; 1733 slides; 7 negative strips; 6 CD-ROM; 1 external (thumb) drive.
Fonds consists of digital and print ‘spirit breath’ photographs created by Christopher Abbott, and digital versions of the Fall 2013 and Winter 2014 issues of the Association TransCommunication NewsJournal. The photographs were taken by Abbott in Burnaby, British Columbia from 2011-2013, and some were subsequently illustrated by artist Christine Dennett in California from 2013-2016. The digital files include the original photograph, the enhanced photograph (where one exists), and occasionally a markup or otherwise altered, but not illustrated, version. The printed photographs include both the original and illustrated version of each photograph. The journals contain articles by Abbott about his breath photography.
Abbott, Christopher John
This fonds comprises some of the publications by Icelandic scholar Erlendur Haraldsson regarding parapsychological and deathbed phenomena such as mediums, reincarnation, and other experiences surrounding death, including books, article offprints, and a bibliography to 2014. Fonds also includes an Icelandic-language biography of Haraldsson and digital versions of the images found in his biography of Indridi Indridasson.
The fonds consists of material related to Mary’s life as an artist, from her early years in Ottawa and Montreal, to her later years in Winnipeg. Included is information about her education, her years teaching, and her transition to being a full time artist. Personal and professional correspondence is included, along with information detailing her professional life as an artist, such as finances. research, examples of her work and memorabilia from exhibitions. Of particular interest is her photographs on location in Canada’s arctic communities through the 1980s-1990s.
The 2016 accession is divided into 5 series, with one sous-fonds. Series I relates to biographical information, Series II relates to her personal correspondence, Series III relates to art activities, Series IV relates to her photographs and Series V is mixed media consisting of slides, cds and dvds detailing her work. The sous-fonds relates to Mary’s records of artist Keith Wood’s work.
The fonds consists of 21 series, they include: John Monro Enquiry, Indian Land Claims, Powhatan Renape Research, Dept. of Indian Affairs. Hon. Frank Oberle, Lake St. Martin, Dakota Tipi & Turtle Mountain Material, Kapyong Barracks, House of Commons Minutes, Keeseekowenin First Nations, Historica, Aboriginal Publications, Treaty One Material, Central America articles, Treaty Material Manitoba Hydro Bipole Project, Research Material, Electronic Records, Oversize (1 box separately stored in Room 334)
This fonds consists of physical and digital copies of the newsletters and information sheets of the Calgary First Spiritualist Church (CFSC) from the 1990s onwards, as well as materials from the millennium celebrations (2000) and CFSC’s 90th anniversary (2010), and historical compilations, including a history of the church by Sally Jennings.
Calgary First Spiritualist Church
The fonds consists of records collected or created by John Crabb in his role as an art collector. The bulk of the records relate to the works of Walter Joseph Phillips. Records include copyright permissions, Christmas cards, publications, biographical information on Walter J. Phillips, photographs, newspaper clippings, reproductions, correspondence, including copies of Phillips’ personal correspondence, as well as promotional materials related to auctions and exhibits.
This fonds consists of graphic material and textual records from Gabriel Gély
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.
A2014-137 covers the life, work, and art of Cliff Eyland. It consists of Eyland's working files, sketchbooks, art projects, and materials collected form other artists and creators. The materials span from 1966 to 2014, and include 240 slides, hundreds of photographs, and thousands of individual drawings and other art pieces. There are also electronic records, mainly comprised of digital images of artwork, audio recordings, and video recordings.
A2018-145 spans over six decades, from the 1960s until 2015, containing the life, work and art of Winnipeg-based artist, professor and curator Cliff Eyland. The fonds has been divided into 10 series and is largely composed of Eyland’s individual drawings and personal art projects, as well as photos and slides of artwork and exhibitions by various artists. Additionally, the collection contains the documentation of Eyland’s personal life, various events, exhibitions and numerous trips.
This fonds comprises materials associated with Dr. Stanley Krippner’s study of the Brazilian “sensitive” Amyr Amiden. It includes a PowerPoint presentation (both in analog (annotated) and digital formats), academic publications, and “apports” (physical objects). The second accession contains apports and a leather pouch Krippner received from shaman Grandmother Fawn Journeyhawk.
The fonds includes materials compiled by the Canadian Association of Law Libraries. C.A.L.L. materials include executive correspondence, committee and Special Interest Group (S.I.G.) documentation, publications, oral histories and initiative projects. The majority of materials concern the administrative duties of the Executive Board. In addition to textual materials the fonds includes 21 photographs, 61 audio cassettes, 11 reel to reel audio tapes, 2 5 ¼” floppy discs, 26 3 ½” floppy discs, 3 compact discs and 2 microfilm reels.
Canadian Association of Law Libraries
A2013-084 is divided into 9 series. They include brief to the Board of Trustees of the Winnipeg School Division No.1, correspondence, Manitoba Environmental Council, Canadian Biotechnology Advising Committee, Garrison Diversion, endangered species and spaces, forestry, East Side Lake Winnipeg, and research material.
A2014-129 consists of Prof. Punter’s correspondence while employed by the federal Department of Tourism & Rural Development (1964-69) and by the University of Manitoba (1969-2013). It also includes the correspondence of the Botany Department’s Community Service Extension program (1968-2005); materials concerning Prof Punter’s involvement in several University of Manitoba councils and committees (1968-2012); materials concerning the research of several graduate students (1978-1990s); as well as a few clippings, articles, reports and bulletins.
A2015-012 consists of three series: Punter as forensics expert, committees and organizations, and Canadian parks.
A2016-063 consists of 7 series. They include: articles; lectures, workshops and invited papers; Department of Botany; conferences; committee correspondence; research material; and 2 photographs and 60 slides
The 2012 accession (2012-068) consists of 8 series that include correspondence, manuscripts, indexes, and other materials related to the publication of works and anthologies edited by David Kent, including Lighting up the Terrain: The Poetry of Margaret Avison, Hugh Anson-Cartwright, Bookseller: A Celebration, and Christian Poetry in Canada. The accession also consists of correspondence with writers and poets, including Douglas Lochhead, Robert Finch, Richard Outram, and George Johnston, relating to their contributions to anthologies edited by David Kent, and the St. Thomas Poetry Series. Finally, the fonds includes a series of electronic records related to the material in the collection.
The second accession (2015-076) consists of 6 series. The series are based upon correspondence and other material related to books edited and co-edited by David Kent, including the books Romantic Parodies and Regency Radical, the St. Thomas Poetry Series, a memoir by Sister Constance Murphy, the books The Achievement of Christina Rossetti and Selected Prose of Christina Rossetti, and correspondence with Nicholas Rossetti.
Kent, David A.
This collection was arranged in part by the transferring agent in accordance with specifications he provided. This collection consists of 218 newsletters, journals and other publications created by Spiritualist churches and organizations between the 1980s and 2011 which have been collected by the Survival Research Institute of Canada. The collection takes up 0.26 linear metres of shelf space and is fully textual. The items and folders were organized by the transfering agent and are divided by publication. Publications and papers bound together by staples, archival clips or other means were done so by the transfering agent and thus are treated as a single record, even those which contain what could be considered more than one document. The second accession (A15-139) consisted of less than 12 issues which were interfiled with the previous accession.
Survival Research Institute of Canada
The fonds is kept in the donor’s original order & constitutes one series. The second accrual A.11-17 is again maintained in the donor’s order. However, the material pertaining to her aunt Elizabeth Brown constitutes a second series. The third accrual A.11-28 contains five series. They include HBC fur trade research material, correspondence, student files & administration, First Nations and Metis research & course material, and oversized material. The fourth accrual A.014-127 contains eight series. They include family & academic material, correspondence, student papers, unpublished writings by other academics, research material, photograph collection containing 10 photos, 31 slides, tape collection containing 3 audio CDs, 27 audiocassettes & an oversize collection containing Harper's Weekly magazine from May 2, 1885 documenting the Riel Rebellion.
Brown, Jennifer S. H., 1940-
The fonds predominantly consists of photographs of children and staff of the school as well as alumni. There are also several newspaper clippings, CDs containing the photographs, and annual reports for hockey, awards, and scholarships.
The fonds is composed of the following series: Textual Materials; CDs; Negative; Photo Albums; Photographs. The series Photograph is further divided into 8 subseries: Portrait Photographs; MacKay Residential School; School Events; Extracurricular Activities; Holidays and Celebrations; School Performances; Staff, Students, and Alumni; Community Churches.
MacKay Residential School Gathering Inc.
The fonds consists of Dr. Oleh Gerus' Biographical Information; Academic Activities (Conferences, Papers, Projects, Teaching Career); Correspondence; Research Material re: Ukrainian Canadiana, Ukrainian and Russian History; Documents and Correspondence of Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada, Ukrainian Self-Reliance League (SUS), Ukrainian Free University (UVAN), Oseredok, the Ukrainian Canadian Foundation of Taras Shevchenko (UCFTS), and photograph and tape collections.
Gerus, W. Oleh
The Richard Lebrun fonds consists of correspondence between Lebrun and colleagues, students, professional associations, and personal acquaintances. The correspondence is often communication pertaining to his areas of academic specialty. This fonds also includes Lebrun's curriculum vitae, and drafts and reviews of some of his work.
Fonds consists of correspondence, proposals, research papers, agreements, by-laws, constitutions and newspapers. The fonds documents the ACW's history, as well as its activities and functions, mainly in Manitoba, as they relate to conferences, education, affiliations, justice, administration, elections, health, sports, programs, events, youth, elders, economic development, governance, human rights, residential school experiences, among others.
Aboriginal Council of Winnipeg
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
Consists of records relating to her art career, including correspondence, financial records, awards, photos, videos, research and documents concerning exhibitions.
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. They include. Biographical & personal information, literary career, research material, publishing contracts, correspondence, areas of interest, photos, tapes & electronic records.
The fonds consists of personal and professional correspondence, fan mail, publicity (print and online reviews, newspaper clippings, and posters advertising her appearances), photographs, awards material. research, drafts of some of Matas's novels, and copies of her published work. The fonds also contains a DVD copy of a short documentary on Matas and an audiobook of "Daniel's Story".