Fonds 16.027 - Hedy Witzky fonds

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Hedy Witzky fonds

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CA UWA 16.027

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  • 1926 (Collection)
    Witzky, Hedy
  • 1926 (Creation)
    Newton, Amy

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0.02 m of textual and graphic materials

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Amy Newton, of Roblin, Manitoba, was a student at Wesley College, class of 1929.

Custodial history

Material was originally discovered by Charlie Niemar in 1965 in a pile of papers about to be recycled at his place of employment, Building Products of Canada. The material remained in the possession of the Neimar family before Hedy Witzky, Neimar's daughter, assumed possession from her father. It was then donated to the University Archives by Hedy Witzky via her friend, Maureen Robertson, in October 2016.

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Autograph album of Wesley College student Amy Newton of Roblin, Manitoba. The album contains a photograph of Wesley College and greetings and signatures of her 1929 Wesley College Arts classmates. The signatures are dated March and April 1926.

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Physical condition

Leather cover of album is tattered, and some pages are coming loose from the book binding. Additionally, some pages are ripped, and there appears to be moisture damage.
Black and white photo is attached to a piece of paper which appears to have come apart from the book binding. The paper is torn and appears to be moisture damaged.

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Robertson, Maureen


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  • English

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No conditions governing reproduction and use as material is in the public domain.

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Created by Krystal Payne on January 26, 2018.

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University of Winnipeg Archives accession record

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