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Attendance Books

Series consists of four ledgers detailing student enrollment in Wesley College courses, including different combinations of student name and address, dates of entrance or completion, standing, and attendance.

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Library Registers

Series consists of records of the Wesley College Library, including records of circulation, acquisition registers, catalogues and inventories of holdings, and corresopndence of the Librarian.

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Cash Books

Series consists of the financial records of several administrative bodies within Wesley College, primarily kept as two-column account ledgers. Bodies include student associations, the College residence, the College Board, and fundraising accounts.

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Miscellanea

Series consists of records of registration and academic performance for Wesley College students, particularly those also enrolled in other institutions. Series is arranged in four non-consecutive ledgers.

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Minute Books

Series consists of the minutes from meetings of various administrative bodies within Wesley College, including the Senate, the Board of Directors, Faculty and Staff Committees, other administrative units, and a number of student groups. Records are bound or written in ledgers and mostly grouped by administrative body, arranged chronologically within each.

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Scrapbooks

Series consists of two scrapbooks concerning Wesley College, Manitoba College, the Methodist and United Churches, and Winnipeg life generally. The first scrapbook is a collection of songbooks, and primarily photographic newspaper and magazine clippings: of faculty of Wesley College and the University of Manitoba, graduate and student groups, editorials, Church officials, and some historical figures. The second scrapbook was kept by a Wesley College student, Rev. Homer Lane [Arts '25], and consists of newspaper clippings concerning Wesley College, ephemera from College, Church, and other events, and correspondence from friends and classmates.

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Correspondence -- Internal, Incoming, & Outgoing

Series consists of correspondence conducted by Wesley College, primarily of the Dr. Riddell in his duty both as Registrar and as Principal/President but also by other members of the College staff concerning College affairs. Includes a legal agreement concerning the lease of Wesley Field to a baseball team. Other recipients include members of other academic institutions, members of various Churches, students. Series is organized into three files: outgoing, incoming, and memos & internal correspondence.

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Annual Reports, Committees - Minutes & Agendas

Series consists of annual reports given to the Wesley College Senate by College departments; and minutes of the College Board, Senate, and other student and faculty groups with a small amount of correspondence and memos by the same. Series is arranged in two folders: the first contains the reports, organized chronologically; the second contains the minutes and correspondence.

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Dismissals of Professors Bland, Parry, and Smith

File consists of records compiled concerning three controversial dismissals of professors by Wesley College: Dr. S.G. Bland in 1917, Dr. T.J. Parry in 1922, and Dr. W.G. Smith in 1922. Bland was dismissed for financial constraints; Parry was dismissed because Principal Riddell found his work unsatisfactory; Smith was dismissed due to a purported combination of usurping Principal Riddell's authority and spreading radical religious opinions. The first two cases were investigated by the Methodist Church, since the men also were Ministers and had been hired to teach Theology subjects. Dr. Smith was invited from Toronto to teach Sociology and his case was taken to court. The documents include official reports, notes, memos, and correspondence. Series is arranged into seven files -- the first two are for Bland and Parry, respectively, while the remaining 5 are for Smith. Bland's file contains a biographical paper written on in 1970. Smith's files are divided by the type of document, including two trial transcriptions.

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