Fonds PC 233 (A.08-105) - James B. Hartman fonds

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James B. Hartman fonds

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CA UMASC PC 233 (A.08-105)

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84 photographs

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James B. Hartman has a Ph.D. in Philosophy. He is an Associate Professor in Extended Education at the University of Manitoba. He has published articles for the Manitoba Historical Society on the history of music, theatre and church organs in early-Winnipeg and Manitoba. He has also wrote articles for the Journal of the International Society for Organ History and Preservation. In 1997, the University of Manitoba Press published his book, The Organ in Manitoba: A History of the Instruments, the Builders and the Players. He donated his photograph collection depicting various church organs in Manitoba Churches to the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections in 2008.

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The fonds was donated to the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections by James B. Hartman in 2008.

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The fonds consists of photographs relating toJames B. Hartman's book entitled " Organ in Manitoba: a History of the Instruments, the Builders and the Players."

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Users can make copies for their own use in accordance with the Copyright Act.

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James B. Hartman book: Organ in Manitoba: a history of the instruments, the builders, and the players - held in the E. Dafoe Library, University of Manitoba

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Prepared by V.Zvonik in 2009.
Quality checked by Mary Grace Golfo-Barcelona on 29 May 2017.

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