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Pugh Family fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 289, PC 140
  • Fonds
  • 1847 - 1998

The collection was created by Margaret Pugh who organized and preserved the family's history. The fonds consists of materials from four families linked to the Pugh Family: Broderick, Wilson, Stewart and Pawling. The fonds includes a large amount of correspondance and other textual material dating back to the mid 19th century up to 1998. A large quantity of Postcards from the late 1800s to the post-war period make up the niche portion of the collection. Margaret's father, Frederick Pugh, worked in the Research Bureau of the T.E. Eaton Company through the early 1900s until 1938, included in the collection is correspondance between him and executives of the company. Also contained in the collection are textual records of Margaret's career at Deer Lodge Hospital. These records provide some insight into the administrative activities of the dietary department at the veteran's institution. In addition, Margaret's collection of cookbooks and recipes provide a comprehensive insight into gendered domestic consumption and advertising in the post-war period. Overall, the records provide a vivid illustration of the activities of a family clan that lived in Southern Ontario during the 19th century and Winnipeg during and after the Edwardian period.

Pugh, Margaret

C. Thomas Shay fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 155
  • Fonds

Biographical information; a personal family history; personal correspondence; correspondence with associates (2004-2005); research projects, notes, field books, research assistant notes, photocopies of bibliographic articles; computer disks and directories; family history photographs; slides related to field work and research; personal items related to Shay's retirement.

Shay, C. Thomas

David Kent fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 366
  • Fonds
  • 1974 - 2015

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.

Frank Tester fonds

  • MSS 555 (A2018-037)
  • Fonds
  • 1840-2014

The fonds are divided into 3 series and 41 subseries:

Series 1 consists of: Scanned research documents (series), Miscellaneous subjects (subseries), Community development (subseries), Co-ops (subseries), Correspondence (subseries), Economic development (subseries), Eastern and Central Arctic Patrol files (subseries), Education (subseries), Infrastructure/Game Management (subseries), Health and Healthcare (subseries), Housing (subseries), Inuit Organizations/Conferences (subseries), Legal and Inuit Rights (subseries), Council meeting minutes/Conference notes (subseries), Northern Security Officers/Northern Administration Reports and Documents (subseries), Overview files (subseries), Policy and Regional Development (subseries), Relocation (subseries), RCMP Reports (subseries), Settlement Surveys and Social Topics (subseries), Welfare (subseries), Wildlife and Conservation (subseries), News North Clippings (subseries), Miscellaneous subjects 2 (subseries), Restricted files (subseries).

Series 2 consists of: Original research material not scanned (series), Miscellaneous subjects (subseries), Housing Design, Planning, Community Development 1988-1997 (subseries), Housing Design, Planning, Community Development 1959-1984 (subseries), Housing Design, Planning, Community Development 1959-1984 (subseries), Housing Design, Planning, Community Development 1997-2004 (subseries), Housing Design, Planning, Community Development 2005-2008 (subseries), Newspaper Clippings: Globe and Mail, etc. (subseries), Inuit Health (subseries), Colonial History of Nunavut (subseries), Inuit Land Claims and Mining (subseries), Housing Design, Planning, Community Development 1980-1988 (subseries), Papers, Reports and Articles 1940s-1990s (subseries), Papers, Reports, Articles and Correspondence (subseries), Northern photography and miscellaneous documents (subseries), Interview Tapes, Documents and Transcriptions: Inuit Health (subseries), Photographs and Negatives – Kivalliq Region (subseries), Audio-visual material (subseries).

Series 3 consists of: Oversized materials.

The accession also includes the Social History of the Eastern Arctic Database. For more information about the database and for access visit: https://libguides.lib.umanitoba.ca/c.php?g=708062&p=5041408

Tester, Frank

Claudine Majzels fonds

  • CA UMASC A2018-144
  • Fonds
  • 1896-1914

The fonds consists of 5 series they include: Winnipeg Art Gallery Display on Manitoba Women Artists, Research pertaining to Manitoba Women Artists, General research material, Graphic Material &Electronic Format material.

Majzels, Claudine

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

Marie Bouchard fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 368
  • Fonds
  • 1917-2008

The A2011-095 accession is divided into 6 series. They include interviews, correspondence, publications, research material, photographs, and audio tapes. In total the photograph collection consists of 490 photographs, 20 negatives, 1393 slides, and 16 video cassettes. The tape collection consists of 13 audio cassettes and 1 micro cassette.

The A2018-030 accession is divided into 7 series: Artists, Electronic Records, Interviews, Photographs, Publications, Research and Slides. The contents of this fonds contains information pertaining to the work that Marie Bouchard carried out throughout her 11 years in Baker Lake. The Artist series includes material pertaining to individuals such as Jessie Oonark and Marion Tuu’luq, detailing information related to various exhibitions they participated in. The series of interviews conducted by Marie Bouchard throughout the 1990s chronicles the lives and artistic practice of several different Baker Lake artists, while the Photographs and Slides series include many different examples of the type of artwork being produced in Baker Lake. The collection also includes different types of publications concerning artist’s perspectives on their own work, exhibitions, and the important issue of Indigenous representation in artistic spaces

Bouchard, Marie

Cliff Eyland fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 402
  • Fonds
  • 1960s-2015

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.

Eyland, Cliff

Gordon Harland fonds

  • CA UMASC A2005-056
  • Fonds
  • 1853-2003

The fonds is divided into ten series. They include biographical information and awards, publications, John M. King research, lectures, sermons, course notes, correspondence, writings by others, oversize material, and photographs.

Harland, Gordon

Winnipeg Commodity Clearing Ltd.

  • CA UMASC MSS 043
  • Fonds
  • 1901-1998

A1998-063 the collection consists predominantly of financial statements and stock certificates of the Winnipeg Grain & Produce Exchange Clearing Association. The collection contains correspondence of Association management with other members, financial institutions and government departments. Also, the general activities of the Association are documented through minute books and other textual records pertaining to annual general meetings.

A1999-085 the collection consists of financial statements, notices of meetings, correspondence, agendas, proxies, minutes, applications, membership listings, draft agreements, memorandums, and by-laws concerning the Winnipeg Commodity Clearing Ltd. The material predominantly concerns the transition of the commodity clearing responsibilities for the Winnipeg Commodity Exchange from the Winnipeg Commodity Clearing Ltd. to the Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation and the subsequent dissolution of the WCCL.

Winnipeg Commodity Clearing Ltd.

Gordon Reeve fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 362
  • Fonds
  • 1988 - 2007

A2011-114 consists of records related to the production of "Moment of Light" and "The Will to Win" ("La rage de vaincre"), as well as records relating to Gordon Reeve's sculptures and career as a filmmaker. The accession includes textual records, photographs, textile material, a promotional poster from "Moment of Light," film and audio reels (16 and 35 mm), audio mastering tapes, and high band master tapes.

A2012-86 consists of VHS tapes, Betamax tapes, Betacam tapes, U-matic tapes, Hi-8 tapes, 16-mm film reels, 16-mm audio reels, audio tapes, and 4 digital audio tapes from the production of the films "The Will to Win" ("La rage de vaincre") and "Moment of Light - The Dance of Evelyn Hart," as well as some material related to other films created by Reeve, including "I am the Hornblower," "Harawi," and “In Hidden Gardens.”

Reeve, Gordon

Michalchyshyn Family

  • CA UMASC MSS 360
  • Fonds
  • 1920-2008

A2011-075 consists of biographical information, personal correspondence and recipes, material re: Ukrainian Catholic Church in Manitoba and Koshetz Choir.

A2014-135 consists of various materials (sheet music, newspaper clippings, periodical articles, and especially items concerning the Ukrainian Catholic Church and clergy in Canada) collected by members of the Michalchyshyn family. It also contains correspondence, promotional material and postcards concerning several tours of Ukraine and Eastern Europe led by Dr. Hryniuk (1988-1990) as well as newspaper clippings about the Orange Revolution in Ukraine (2004-2005).

Michalchyshyn Family

Roy St. George Stubbs

  • CA UMASC (A1996-031)
  • Fonds
  • 1919-1995

This fonds is divided into 4 series: Research, Miscellaneous, Reviews, Miscellaneous.

Stubbs, Roy St. George

Martynec Family fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 573 (A2019-047)
  • Fonds
  • 1927-1951

The accession consists almost exclusively of photographs (and post cards) chronicling the private life of the Martynec family in Paris (1935-1941), German-occupied western Ukraine (1941-1944), the Karlsfeld and Berchtesgaden Displaced Persons camps in Germany (1945-1948), and in Winnipeg (1949-1951). Family members dated and identified most photographs. Apart from several 1941 Paris photographs of Olia Konovalets, widow of assassinated OUN founder and leader Evhen Konovalets (1891-1938), who fell victim to Soviet agent Pavel Sudoplatov in Rotterdam, there are virtually no photographs reflecting the political activities of Volodymyr Martynec during the years prior to 1945. The Displaced Person camp photographs, and those chronicling the family’s first years in Winnipeg, reflect their extensive participation in Ukrainian community life, and to a lesser extent political involvement. Photographs of close and more distant relatives and friends (in western Ukraine, Brazil, Canada, the United Kingdom and the USA) also make up a small part of the collection.

Martynec Family

Ukrainian Professional and Business Club of Winnipeg fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 403
  • Fonds
  • 1983 - 2012

This fonds consists of the Ukrainian Professional and Business Club's reports, rosters, bulletin, correspondence and miscellaneous projects and publications.

Ukrainian Professional and Business Club of Winnipeg

Sybil Shack fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 152
  • Fonds
  • 1896-2003

The fonds is separated into series. The first series is biographical information and family material 1896-2003. It includes diaries and appointment books. The second series is correspondence from 1930-2003. The third series is book drafts and correspondence with publishers from 1944-1998. The fourth series is comprised of research material for a book on the 50th anniversary of Jewish Child & Family Services and the History of Education Project 1990-2001. The fifth series contains articles, speeches, conference programs & book reviews 1930-2001.The sixth series is radio scripts 1955-1981. The seventh series is Patriotic Observances for Manitoba Department of Education. The eighth series is material from the University of Manitoba from 1945-2001. The ninth series is material relating to education 1915-2002. The tenth series contains research material on Aging & Senior Citizens 1969-1994. The eleventh series is research on women. Series twelve contains information on the Canadian Civil Liberties Association 1993-2002. Research material on Shack's wide ranging areas of interest comprises the thirteen series. Series 14 contains information on Shack's Awards 1969-2002. Series 15 contains biographical information, eulogies & obituaries on Shack's friends 1972-1996. Series 16 contains information on Jewish history, 1950-1996. Series 17 contains information about Shack's adoptive brother John Hirsch 1951-1988. Series 18 contains literary material by other people to sent to Shack 1977-2001. Series nineteen is miscellaneous material 1917-2001. The final series twenty contains oversize material including newspaper clippings, awards, plaques, degrees and a family tree.

Shack, Sybil

H. Clare Pentland fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 046 ( A1980-039, A1981-022)
  • Fonds
  • 1933-1981

The H. Clare Pentland Papers comprise a large part of the professional papers from Pentland's academic and public career, extending from his undergraduate studies (1938) to the posthumous publication of his doctoral thesis (1981). Included are student papers and reading and lecture notes from Brandon College, University of Oregon and University of Toronto, and many portions of drafts of the doctoral thesis. There is material relating to the history, administration and curriculum of the University of Manitoba Department of Economics, and to broader university and educational concerns.

Pentland's activity as an economic historian is represented both by major pieces of research either pursued independently'. as during his sabbatical leaves, or commissioned by government agencies; and by numerous scholarly articles, lectures, book reviews and the radio talks which demonstrate his sense of responsibility for public education. His practical involvement in social issues appears in the records of his work as arbitrator or conciliator in labour disputes, and of his intervention in the controversies arising from the Brandon Packers strike and the Crowe case at United College. Papers by his graduate students show Pentland as a critical but sensitive teacher.

Personal documentation is present only incidentally. The considerable correspondence is largely confined to professional business. The little that is primarily of personal interest has survived through "re-cycling" in drafts of other work and is to be traced through the index to the correspondence.

Pentland, H. Clare

Leona Radchuk fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 269 (A2008-098)
  • Fonds
  • 1950-2000

The fonds consists of a photo album/scrapbook chronicling the activities of Serge and Leona Radchuk in the Ukrainian Canadian community, including many photos pertaining to the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, Also included as part of the collection are high school yearbooks and awards received by Leona Radchuk over the years.

Radchuk, Leona

Richard Condie fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 220
  • Fonds
  • 1972-2009, [2017?]

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.

Condie, Richard

Rick Riewe and Jill Oakes Family fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 359
  • Fonds
  • 1870 - 2013

The first accession (A2010-092) is divided into two series. They include published articles and manuscripts, and photographs. The photograph collection consists of 22,719 slides, 3157 photographs, 3209 negatives, 2 compact discs, and 1 VHS video cassette.

The second accession (A2011-068) is divided into 9 series. They include biographical information and field journals, published articles and manuscripts, teaching notes, correspondence, research materials, oversize materials, photographs, audiotapes, and maps. The photograph collection consists of 343 photographs, 99 negatives, 2 films, 30 compact discs, 41 VHS video cassettes, 2 Beta cassettes, and 15 DVDs. The tape collection consists of 13 audio cassettes. The map collection consists of 2 maps.

The third accession (A2014-040) is comprised of 7 series. The first series comprises a photograph collection containing 2689 photos , 1503 negatives, 23 contact sheets, 6 sketches. The second series is a slide collection containing 6450 slides. 21 videocassettes comprise the third series. Series four contains biographical and family information. Series five is comprised of articles written by Riewe & Oakes. Series six consists of course notes and research material. The final oversize series contains Riewe's academic degrees.

Riewe, Rick

Indigenous Languages of Rupert's Land Collection

  • CA UMASC A2002-018
  • Fonds
  • 1960s-1980s

The collection consists of ephemeral publications and audio recordings related to the Indigenous languages of Rupert's Land. Many of these were originally produced for language instruction and included teacher's manuals, readers, workbooks, curriculum guides, journals, reference materials, proceedings, and monographs. There are also materials published by missionary groups and religious societies for classroom teaching and services.

Indigenous Languages of Rupert's Land

Arthur Phelps fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 134
  • Fonds
  • 1883-1969

The fonds contains correspondence tracing the family history back to 1883 up until Arthur Phelps' death in 1970. The fonds is particularly strong in relation to Phelps' broadcast career.  The second series of scripts covers most of his radio broadcasts and television series. Series three has a strong component of speeches given during his prolific career as a public speaker, as well as several published and unpublished essays. There are scrapbooks containing copies of published and unpublished poetry dating back to 1905. The fourth series, Phelps' course notes, provides an interesting glimpse into what it would have been like to take one of his English courses. Series five consists of literary material sent to Phelps for his opinion. The final series consists of photocopies of newspaper articles about Phelps and some biographical information about Ann Phelps Hamilton and her husband, John David Hamilton.

The photo collection is not very elaborate but does include some shots of Phelps during various stages of his academic career and some C.B.C. publicity shots. It consists of 79 photographs and 3 negatives. 

The tape collection has not yet been processed. Please consult the archives for further information.

Phelps, Arthur

John Newlove fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 070
  • Fonds
  • 1954-2002

The fonds consists of biographical material, manuscript material including correspondence, literary manuscripts, edited revisions, books, journals, anthologies and reviews. The correspondence includes substantial communications between Newlove and other writers such as Earle Birney, Irving Layton, Al Purdy, John Metcalf, Alden Nowlan, Barney Childs, Patrick Lane, and others. Of his twelve publications, this collection contains literary manuscripts of nine of them along with the related correspondence. Typescripts of publications included are Grave Sirs (1962), Moving in Alone(1965), The Cave (1968), Lies (1972), and The Night the Dog Smiled (1986). The 2006 accession consists of his correspondence, poetry, notebooks, daily books, publications, and photographs. The photograph collection consists of 146 photographs, 4 drawings, 1 slide, 271 negatives, 1 videocassette, and 1 DVD. The tape collection consists of 11 audio cassettes. In 2006, a selected number of photographs and video of John Newlove were digitized and compiled onto a compact disc (EL 49).

Newlove, John

Per Holting fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 55, Pc 70, Tc 47 (A.88-18, A.88-32)
  • Fonds
  • 1957-1987

The fonds consists of three parts: a manuscript collection, a photograph collection, and a tape collection. The manuscripts include correspondence, radio and television programme proposals, published articles, manuscripts and a personal file. The photograph collection features photographs from Cyprus, Egypt, rural Manitoba, Arctic Canada, Greenland and Germany. The tape collection consists of over 500 recorded interviews Holting conducted between 1957 and 1987. A major focus of his interviews is with Indigenous people of Northern Manitoba and the Canadian Inuit. Also included are interviews with several Manitoba politicians and business people.

Holting, Per

H.M. Speechly, Margaret Stansfield fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 53
  • 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

Walter Rudnicki fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 331
  • Fonds
  • 1950-2008

This fonds consists of material on the aboriginal history, culture, education, health, housing, and politics. Walter Rudnicki was an active participant in many of the subjects collected by him in the course of his life. In the most cases, this material is organized into themes and contains correspondence, government documents, reports, press releases, newspaper clippings, and documents of many aboriginal organizations and their leaders.

Rudnicki, Walter

Leonard H. Shebeski fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 58
  • Fonds
  • 1946-1988

The papers contained within this collection cover, in part, the years from 1946 to 1988. Included are such items as minutes of various committees, correspondence, research proposals, annual reports, and research reports.

Shebeski, Leonard H.

Herbert S. Weil fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS SC 185 (A2003-052)
  • Fonds
  • 1966-2002

The fonds contains material generated while Dr. Weil was a member of the English Department at the University of Manitoba from 1978-2002. There are also two drafts of his book Henry IV Part One.

Weil, Herbert S.

Border Crossings, Meeka Walsh and Robert Enright fonds

  • MSS 520 (A2017-118)
  • Fonds
  • 1977-2017

The fonds are divided into 6 series: Manuscripts & unpublished content, miscellaneous correspondence, Board of Directors files, financial records, photography portfolios & other content and oversized.

Border Crossings

Graham Lawson Shanks fonds

  • MSS 006
  • Fonds
  • 1908-1953

MSS 6, PC 4 consists of twenty four diaries written by G. L. Shanks and a collection of photographs pertaining to Professor Shanks' essay "Philip Grove - His Ability to Describe the Rural Scene."

A1981-016 consists of Shanks' glass slides and printed material.

Shanks, Graham Lawson

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