Fonds MSS 260, Tc 119 (A.05-41) - Mary Kinnear fonds

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Mary Kinnear fonds

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CA UMASC MSS 260, Tc 119 (A.05-41)

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  • 1991-2004 (Creation)
    Kinnear, Mary

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36 cm of textual records, 82 micro-cassette tapes

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Dr. E. Mary Kinnear is a professor of History at the University of Manitoba and is a former head of the department. She has written numerous articles for the Manitoba Historical Society and published books on Women's History including Woman of the World: Mary McGeachy and International Cooperation (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004), Female Economy: Women's Work in a Prairie Province 1870-1970 (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1998), and In Subordination: Professional Women, 1870-1970 (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1995). Her books place a particular emphasis on women in Manitoba.

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The fonds was donated to Archives & Special Collections in 2005 by Dr. Mary Kinnear.

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The fonds consists of textual material and 82 micro-cassette tapes featuring interviews conducted by Dr. Mary Kinnear with women professionals in Manitoba as research for her books, In Subordination: Professional Women, 1870-1970 and A Female Economy: Women's Work in a Prairie Province, 1870-1970.

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Tc 119 (A.05-41) - audiorecordings are kept separately from the manuscript collection.

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Created by V. Zvonik in 2008.
Quality checked by Mary Grace Golfo-Barcelona on 30 May 2017.

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