- CA UMASC MSS 403
- 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
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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
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.
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
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.
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 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.
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
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.
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).
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.
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.
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.
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.
The fonds are divided into 6 series: Manuscripts & unpublished content, miscellaneous correspondence, Board of Directors files, financial records, photography portfolios & other content and oversized.
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
This collection contains material related to Gail Nep’s career as a Winnipeg art consultant, gallery owner, teacher and expert in Canadian art. As an active member of the Winnipeg arts community, a large portion of this accession contains exhibition catalogues and newspaper and article clippings associated with prominent Manitoban artists, as well as Winnipeg exhibition reviews. In addition to the documents related to her time spent as a teacher for the Seven Oaks School Division, this collection holds professional documents and promotional exhibition fliers for Uptown Gallery, which was owned and operated by Nep from 1985-1992. Many of the artists found within the collection have been professionally associated with Nep, having shown their work at Uptown Gallery.
A1979-014 includes lecture notes, manuscripts and published articles, radio and television scripts, maps, photographs, newspaper clippings, magazine articles and scrapbooks. In addition, there are three boxes of Indian Legends, recorded in the scrapbooks of Alex Grisdale of the Scanterbury Indian Reservation (2 boxes) and transcribed by Mrs. Shipley (1 box).
The map collection is noteworthy for its maps of the old Indian trails which crossed the prairie provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta.
The photograph collection contains pictures of historic sites throughout Manitoba. It is particularly valuable, however, for its record of old and new, urban and rural transportation in Manitoba (e.g. Red River carts, streetcars, railways, steamships, dog sleds and air transport). It provides a pictorial record of hydro developments in northern Manitoba and of the growth and demise of northern towns and settlements. Major and cottage industries, wildlife, flora and fauna of Manitoba are included. Among the portraits are native peoples, early missionaries and settlers and contemporary civic minded individuals. The research materials are on miscellaneous topics paralleling those of the picture collection.
A2005-082 consists of Nan Shipley’s unpublished autobiography Most of it was fun; unpublished manuscript Women of Fort Albany, correspondence, and numerous short stories and articles.
The fonds contains three series. The first is comprised of personal letters to Julia Stadelmeir from Adolf and Emmie, dating from 10 February 1940 to April 1943, as well as correspondence from various military, government officials and Members of Parliament to Julia Stadelmeir dating from 22 April 1943 to 29 February 1988 detailing her efforts to locate her husband. The second series contains newspaper articles detailing the activities of the No. 2 Tunneling Company of the Royal Canadian Engineers. The third contains various items relating to Adolf’s military service, and 18 envelopes without letters from Julia to Adolf marked “returned as undeliverable.”
Stadelmeir, Adolf Leonard
A2014-004 contains materials concerning two dimensions of Sylvia Todaschuk’s career: 1/ her participation in various Winnipeg-based Ukrainian-Canadian community organizations (the Ukrainian Canadian Committee/Congress, 1980-2010) and events (the Folklorama Kiev Pavilion (1976-84), Ukrainian Week (1979-80), the Ukrainian-Canadian Centennial Committee (1990-1992) and 2/ her participation, primarily as a board member, in various mainstream cultural and business organizations (the Folk Arts Council of Winnipeg, Inc., the Citizenship Council of Manitoba, Selkirk Avenue Business Association/Selkirk Avenue Business Improvement Zone [SABA/SABiz], Winnipeg Business Improvement Zone Association [Winnipeg B.I.Z.], and the North End Community Renewal Corporation [NECRC]. In addition to printed matter (programs, proceedings, annual reports, bulletins and newsletters) the collection includes the correspondence, auditors’ reports and the minutes of meetings attended by Sylvia Todaschuk in her capacity as an organizer and/or board member of these organizations. Scrapbooks, posters, brochures, audio tapes, a VHS tape and historical research material compiled by summer students working on the Selkirk Avenue “Walking Tours” of the late 1980s-1990s are also included.
Accession A2006-002 of the fonds consists of seven series. They include biographical and academic material, correspondence, articles, conferences, grants, committees, and Aging in Manitoba Study. Accession A.07-61 of the fonds consists of twelve series. They include biographical material, correspondence, education, publications and presented papers, conferences, grant proposals, committees, Aging in Manitoba, research material, a photograph collection, awards, and a 3.5 inch floppy disk. An award plaque accompanies the awards series.
Accession A2007-061 of the Betty Havens fonds consists of twelve series. They include biographical material, correspondence, education, publications and presented papers, conferences, grant proposals, committees, Aging in Manitoba, research material, a photograph collection, awards, and a 3.5 inch floppy disk. An award plaque accompanies the awards series.
The fonds consists of correspondence, research material, and music sources for Opera Omnia Pierre de la Rue, material collected during T.H. Keahey's teaching career at the University of Manitoba, and his numerous editions of 18th and 19th century oboe concertos. The fonds also features records about Ivory Echoes Library, programs, performances, Delores Keahey's study and edits of J.C. Bach's music, and rare manuscript editions for Ivory Echoes Chamber Music Series performances. Music manuscripts and rare edited editions are also available in electronic format.
Keahey, T. Herman
The fonds consist of Arnett’s personal and professional papers, correspondence, newspaper clippings and photographs.
The collection consists of Yurkiwsky’s pastoral diaries and journals (1944-69); personal and professional correspondence (1944-1982); various parish/congregational records (1944-1969); liturgical and ritual service books; religious reference works; some sheet music; a small number of religious periodicals and newspaper clippings; a large collection of Sunday School lessons prepared for children and adults; the text of sermons prepared by Yurkiwsky during the late 1940s and early 1950s; articles and addresses written and occasionally published by Yurkiwsky; and a large variety of materials concerning Yurkiwsky’s seminary and university studies (transcripts, course notes, term papers and assignments) as well as lecture notes and reference materials for the courses he taught at the Faculty of Theology, St. Andrew’s College.
The first accession consists mainly of office files of the Manitoba Farm Bureau which were generated from 1965 to 1984. Also included are files produced prior to 1965 by the Manitoba Farm Bureau's predecessors. These files, arranged for the most part in their original chronological order, contain the following: by-laws, reports, submissions, minutes, news releases, and correspondence of the Manitoba Farm Bureau and its eighteen-member organizations. Also included are materials from outside related organizations such as L'Union Catholique des Cultivateurs, National Farmers Union, federations of agriculture of other provinces, etc. After the proper chronological sequencing, up to 1984, there are files which were not included in this manner. They cover other activities which took place during 1979 and 1980. A flood in the basement of the Manitoba Farm Bureau headquarters destroyed a number of earlier files. The five other accessions are largely unprocessed and consist of agricultural publications, files, reports, correspondence, by-laws, minutes, newsletters, press releases, memorandums, financial statements, resolutions, submissions, notices of meetings, mailing lists, press clippings, policies, and pamphlets and brochures regarding KAP and other agricultural organizations and issues.
A1993-092: This collection consists of numerous agricultural publications and one audio cassette tape concerning a camp music workshop.
A1996-032: This collection consists of files, reports, correspondence, and related materials pertaining to and documenting the history of the Keystone Agricultural Producers.
A1998-029: The collection consists of correspodence, by-laws, minutes, newsletters, press releases, memorandums, financial statements, resolutions, submissions, reports, notices of meetings, mailing lists, press clippings, policies, pamphlets and brochures, and periodicals regarding the Keystone Agricultural Producers and associated agricultural organizations and issues.
A2000-031: The collection consists of correspodence, by-laws, minutes, newsletters, press releases, memorandums, financial statements, resolutions, submissions, reports, notices of meetings, mailing lists, policies, pamphlets and brochures, and periodicals regarding the Keystone Agricultural Producers and associated agricultural organizations and issues.
A2001-034: The collection consists of correspodence, minutes, newsletters, press releases, memorandums, financial statements, press clippings, submissions, reports, notices of meetings, mailing lists, and policies regarding the Keystone Agricultural Producers and associated agricultural organizations and issues.
Keystone Agricultural Producers
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)
Consists of University of Manitoba related memorabilia
Travel photography and other material. The fonds are divided into 3 series: Lantern slides (wooden boxes), Lantern slides (cardboard boxes) and Albums. This includes his travels in the Mediterranean, Middle East, Central Asia (?), and the United States.
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)
Consists of University of Manitoba memorabilia
Vanstone, Russenholt, MacFarlane Family
This fonds is entirely digital, consisting of 2 DVDs with several .doc, .xls, image, and video files, among others. These files include photographs, accounting files, documents, and plans relating to the Aboriginal Centre of Winnipeg, Inc. (ACWI), as well as a video clip of the CBC News that includes an interview about the “Preserving the History of Urban Aboriginal Institutional Development in Winnipeg” project.