- CA UMASC Mss 256, Pc 219, Tc 128 (A.05-100)
The Henry Kalen fonds is a veritable photographic A-Z of Manitoba culture, geography, architecture, and industry with a significant representation of western provinces and Ontario as well.
The Henry Kalen fonds has been organized into 3 categories comprising 28 series. The textual records (MSS 256) consist of reference questions and correspondence, biographical/miscellaneous material, books, and indexes. The photograph collection (PC 219) is comprised of prints of jobs, prints, small prints, postcard collection, postcards, black and white postcard collection, postcard album collection, album prints, slides by subject, slides of old Ontario/Saskatchewan/Montreal, etc., stock slides, slides by chronological order, miscellaneous slides, slides of large projects, largeformat transparenices, negatives, job files, architectural negatives, unnumbered job negative files, photographs of Henry Kalen's "One-Man Show" at the Winnipeg Art Gallery (1966), transparencies, negatives and miscellaneous slides, oversized prints, and oversized transparencies. In total, the photograph collection consists of 113,783 slides, 69,774 negatives, 13,125 transparencies, and 10,584 prints. The tape collection (TC 128) consists of 7 audio-cassettes.