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Evans, Jane

  • UMCMA Evans_J
  • Dossier

The Jane Evans file contains the following material:

  1. Evans appointed one of 16 Medical Research Council Directors Bull 1 Dec 1994 (1p)
  2. Causes and early detection are focus of study on congenital handicaps (1p)
  3. Appointed Head Dept Biochem & Med Genetics Dean's Office 20 Nov 2000 (1p)
  4. YMCA-YWCA Woman of Distinction for Science Technology and the Environment notice 2001 (1p)
  5. "Late pregnancy complications targeted" WFP 14 Feb 2003 (1p)
  6. Chairperson report (J Evans) MHRC Annual Report 2003-2004 (2pp)
  7. Health Sciences Grad Student Assn awarded 2005 Mentorship Award to JE Man Med Fall/Winter 2005/2006 (1p)
  8. "Science combatting neural-tube defects-Babies live better lives" WFP 14 Apr 2007 (1p)
  9. Retirement notice, 21 Jan 2010 (1p)
  10. Appointed Prof Emeritus, 2010 Spring Convocation booklet 2010; Bull v44(4) 20 May 2010; correction Bull v44(5) 10 June 2010 (3pp)

Alpha Omega Women's Alumnae fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 274
  • Fonds
  • 1958-2008

The fonds consists of six series. The first series consists of scrapbooks (central records). Records created by past presidents of the alumnae are found in the second series. Committee records, which were kept separately from the central records, form the third series. The fourth series, general records, group items generated by some officers/members in an official capacity. As such, it follows the same functional principle as series two and three, but uses thematic file titles. The last two series, however, are artificially created subject files formed from scattered records in the accessions and memorabilia. Photographs and posters not contained in the scrapbooks have been transferred to the photograph collection (PC 290, A.09-91) which also contains the Alpha Omega Alumnae's 50th Anniversary album. The audio recordings have been transferred to the tape collection (TC 150, A.09-91).

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First Annual Archives Symposium fonds

  • CA UMASC TC 20
  • Fonds
  • 1979

This fonds contains recordings of lectures on several of the Archives & Special Collections' most important fonds. Donors such as Lillian Allen, Nan Shipley, Craig Stewart, and Jack Murta discuss their own collections. Dr. Brian McKillop discusses Marshall Gauvin, Dr. Paul Hjartarson discusses Frederick Phillip Grove, and Dr. Walter Swayze discusses Dorothy Livesay.

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David Arnason and Wayne Tefs fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 111
  • Fonds
  • 1975-1977

The fonds consists of 45 one-hour audiotaped interviews of several well-known Canadian writers. Professor David Arnason and Wayne Tefs conducted these interviews between 1975 and 1977 for the radio program Canadian Writers Symposium. Many of the interviews are distinctly biographical in nature and revealing of the life and creativity of the individual writers. A few of the interviews have been transcribed. Included are interviews of Milton Acorn, George Bowering, Paul Hiebert, Pat Lane, Daphne Marlott, W.O. Mitchell, P.K. Page, Al Purdy, William Valgardson, Adele Wiseman, and many more.

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Amy Arnold fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS SC 155
  • Fonds
  • [193?]-1983

The fonds consists of a photograph of a Rummely threshing machine owned by four families in the Neepawa area during the 1930s. The fonds also contains a clipping featuring a poem written by Frank Dudenhoffer in 1948 that was printed for the Centennial of Neepawa in 1983.

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Pamela Banting fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS SC 66
  • Fonds
  • 1985

The fonds consists of Pamela Banting's commentary, "The Daughter's Seduction" with excerpts from correspondence between Dorothy Livesay and her father, John Frederick Bligh Livesay. This was a Discovery Hour Series lecture given by Pamela Banting in 1985. Discovery Hour Series was a program run by University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections from 1982 to 1994.

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Frederick D. Baragar fonds

  • CA UMASC MSS 283
  • Fonds
  • 1914-1919

Frederick D. Baragar's war correspondence is divided into four series: letters to home folks (letters written to family and friends), letters to Edith Robertson, whizbangs, and typed transcripts of the correspondence. A brief summary of each letter is given in the finding aid.
The collection also contains a set of miscellaneous documents related to Frederick Baragar and his family, as well as three photographs showing Baragar in uniform.

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Clarence Barber fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 165, Mss Sc 96 (A.85-33, A.85-40, A.87-45, A.02-55)
  • Fonds
  • 1953-1998

The fonds consists of economic papers and reports collected and written by Clarence Barber, Professor of Economics at the University of Manitoba. Included are memoranda drafts of the final version of the Royal Commission on the Economic Union and Development Prospects of Canada (1984-85), several economics reports authored by others, and six of Barber's economic reports. The fonds also consists of correspondence, which includes the letters of prominent economists such as D.H. Robertson and John Kenneth Galbraith, as well as eight books.

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Edward J. Barton fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss Sc 12
  • Fonds
  • 1915

The fonds consists of one handwritten letter, dated November 28, 1915, from Father Edward J. Barton to Dr. D.A. Stewart. Dr. David Alexander Stewart (1874-1932), a graduate of the University of Manitoba, was the founder and superintendent of Ninette Sanatorium for tuberculosis in Manitoba. The letter was intended to inform Dr. Stewart of the death of Father Superior Paul Benoit, Sr., the first parish priest of Notre Dame de Lourdes, and discussed the earlier death of Father Paul Benoit, Jr.

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Marie Barton fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 156, Pc 181, Tc 114 (A.99-55, A.02-12, A.04-35, A.05-44)
  • Fonds
  • 1897-2002; predominant 1970s and 1980s

The fonds consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, personal journals, education material, teaching material including visually impaired material, drafts of articles and manuscripts, published articles, photographs, ephemera, unpublished fiction and non-fiction including plays, book reviews, poetry, material regarding the senior citizen's writing group, Terry King, Foster Parent's Plan, the Assiniboine Slopes Ecological Reserve, and patient rights. Included are several copies of her published books and anthologies in which she was published. The fonds also consists of biographical information about Barton's family members, correspondence from the family between 1951 and 1997, handwritten notes and excerpts from manuscripts, and reviews and correspondence regarding her book "A Slice of Life."

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