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Two-Spirited People of Manitoba Inc. fonds

  • CA UWA 18.029, 18.030, 18.031, 18.032, 18.033, 19.022, 19.023, 19.024, 19.025, 19.026
  • Fonds
  • 1991, 2014-2018

Fonds reflects the role and activities of Two-Spirited People of Manitoba Inc. as an advocacy organization for Two-Spirit people. Fonds includes records generated by the organization itself -- from meetings, gatherings, and other activities -- as well as records collected by members, particularly Albert McLeod, related to the organization’s mandate, such as press releases, photographs, and documents related to other Two-Spirit or Indigenous organizations. The fonds also includes several oral histories conducted with Two-Spirit individuals.

Two-Spirited People of Manitoba Inc.

Kaye Kerr fonds

  • CA UWA 17.013
  • Fonds
  • 1970 - 2004

Fonds reflects two key facets of Dr. Kerr’s career with the University of Winnipeg, and is divided into two corresponding series. First is her role in the Faculty Association’s Committee on the Status of Women, a body that examined gendered discrimination, particularly in terms of salary, among the University’s faculty and staff. The second is her involvement in the fields of childhood psychology and child care: both her administrative and scholarly activities through the University of Winnipeg’s Developmental Studies program, as well as her participation on government committees such as the Child Care Education Program Approval Committee. Fonds is divided into two series that correspond to these two facets.

The first series is comprised primarily of records from the surveys conducted by the Committee on the Status of Women, including data and the compilations and reports generated therewith. It also includes some research materials related to the status of women. The second series is comprised of correspondence, records of meetings, and reports, primarily generated by the University of Winnipeg Department of Psychology and Senate and the Manitoba Department of Education. Also includes some research materials related to child psychology and child care.

Kerr, Kaye

Albert McLeod Fonds

  • CA UWA 11.011, 13.006, 18.017
  • Fonds
  • 1983-2013 ; predominate 1988-1998

The collection is arranged into eight series. The first series contains published textual records, the second series contains non-published textual records, the third series contains records from various two-spirited organizations and gatherings, the fourth series is comprised of graphic material, the fifth series consists of a scrapbook composed of photographs and news clippings, the sixth series includes photographs, and published and non-published research on traditional Aboriginal clothing and adornments, the seventh series consists of four films, and the eighth series consists of a CBC News Manitoba video news item.

Series 1: The first series consists of published textual materials related to the Two-Spirited Movement, including books, journals and magazines, newsletters from two-spirited organizations, reports and pamphlets on AIDS, reports and articles on the Two-Spirited Movement, and newspaper clippings. Materials were published predominately from 1990 to 1996 and were created in both the United States and Canada, but were predominately created in Manitoba.

Series 2: The second series contains non-published textual records related to the Two-Spirit Movement, including obituaries and memorial service programs for two-Spirited Manitobans, drafts of poems written by a number of two-spirited individuals, and correspondence mainly addressed to Albert McLeod or the organizations he co-founded and pertaining to the creation or description of Two-Spirited organizations. The materials were created from 1988-2008, but predominately from 1990 -1996.

Series 3: The third series contains records from various two-spirited organizations and gatherings in North America, including programs, budgets, and notices of gatherings and conferences. As well as mandates, meeting minutes and job postings of many two-spirited organizations.

Series 4: The fourth series is comprised of graphic material including 9 photographs, 3 prints and drawings and 8 posters. Much of the photographs are printed in colour on computer paper and show two-spirited people at gatherings, likely held in either Vancouver or Manitoba. Many of the posters display colour photographs, and are likely from a 2007 campaign promoting condom use among two-spirited people, while others advertise gatherings. The series also includes 330 images on DVD of the 22nd Annual Two-Spirit Gathering 2010, three t-shirts and one embroidery. As well as, two ribbons and a painted rock from the first Truth and Reconciliation Commission sharing circle in 2010.

Series 5: The fifth series is comprised the contents of a scrapbook; it contains a variety of both graphic and textual materials, including 151 photographs, as well as newspaper and magazine clippings, gathering notices, and poetry related to the Two-Spirit Movement in Manitoba and across North America. The photographs consist mostly of unidentified people related to the Two-Spirit Movement in Manitoba, but also two-spirited gatherings like the Basket and the Bow, Spirituality in the ‘90’s, and Two-Spirits and HIV in New York City. Items contained in the scrapbook predominately date from 1988 to 1993.

Series 6: The sixth series is comprised of both graphic and textual materials in a variety of formats related to textile and clothing research. Graphic materials include 7 photographs, 14 pages of photocopied drawings, 1 painting and 1 magazine clipping. Textual material includes drafts and notes on Aboriginal clothing and adornment by Albert McLeod written in 1988, and photocopies of published articles.

Series 7: The seventh series consists of four films. Produced in 1990 by Mona Smith for the Minnesota American Indian AIDS Task Force, Honored by the Moon is a documentary on gay and lesbian aboriginal peoples and their place within their community historically and presently. It contains footage of interviews and gatherings. Also included in this series is unedited film from Manitoba Aboriginal AIDS Conference in 1992, PTAM Dress Rehearsal Shoot in the early 1990s, and Passing of the Legacy in Vancouver in July 2002.

Series 8: The seventh series consists of a DVD copy of a CBC Manitoba news item dated August 2, 1987 and titled "Gay Pride March." Depicts footage of the first Winnipeg Gay Pride March including shots of Albert McLeod.

Mordoch and Two-Spirited People of Manitoba Inc. fonds

  • CA UWA 19.033
  • Fonds
  • 2019

Fonds consists of three posters created jointly by the University of Manitoba’s College of Nursing and Two-Spirited People of Manitoba, Inc. as a project to raise awareness and increase knowledge about Two Spirit People in both historical and contemporary terms. The project was called “Two Spirit Truths: Returning to the Circle” and included Elder Albert McLeod, Dr. Elaine Murdoch, Chantelle Chartier, and River Steele Guillas. The posters are available in both printed and digital format.

Mordoch, Elaine

Robert Young fonds

  • CA UWA 17.029
  • Fonds
  • 1942 - 2017

Fonds reflects Dr. Young’s career as an academic historian. In that role, he taught and lectured as a professor, both at the University of Winnipeg, as well as academic conferences or lecture series. He published a breadth of scholarly literature and research, and served to review the drafts of his peers for publication. He also involved himself in administrative, educational, and community issues at the University of Winnipeg. For his outstanding teaching and research, he also received a number of awards both from the University of Winnipeg and beyond. Fonds includes records produced by all of these activities. Dr. Young’s specialty as an academic historian was Interwar French History, and 20th Century European History more broadly. The majority of his teaching, research, and writing focused on this topic. Fonds also includes correspondence – written or email – with a wide variety of present and former students, fellow scholars and professors, University administrators, editors, politicians, archivists, and other individuals. To a lesser degree, the fonds also documents Dr. Young’s early life and education prior to his hiring by the University of Winnipeg in 1967, and the continuation of his career after retirement in 2008.

Fonds is arranged in seven series that represent different facets of Dr. Young’s career. The first, University Career, represents Dr. Young’s involvement with the University of Winnipeg through activism on University issues, service on committees, awards he received for his work as a professor, and administrative documentation such as his annual activity reports or his curriculum vitae. It also contains some of his coursework from his undergraduate and graduate programs. The second, Books, is related to his published monographs - primarily in terms of their editing, publication, and promotion, but also their usage in Dr. Young's class assignments. The third, Teaching, contains teaching material from his various courses, several extracurricular lectures he gave, and correspondence with former students. The fourth, Scholarly Pursuit, contains records from his published scholarly articles, book chapters, participation in academic conferences, and book reviews written by him or about his work. The fifth is Scholarly Correspondence and contains the exchanges, by print or email, he carried on with other individuals or institutions related to his ongoing research on France in the Interwar Period and other European history. The sixth is UW Institutional, which documents Dr. Young’s involvement with University programs (such as the European Studies Group). And finally, the seventh, Artifacts, contains some of his academic diplomas, his bound PhD and Masters theses, video and audio recordings of his lectures, and albums and scrapbooks commemorating aspects of his life and career.

Young, Robert

Sheila Dresen fonds

  • CA UWA 16.010
  • Fonds
  • Donated in June 2016

The fonds reflects George Scott Belton’s time at Wesley College in Winnipeg from 1925-1930. It consists of a photo album containing photos of Belton, his family and his friends. The majority of photos depict events and activities that Belton and his friends participated in at Wesley College in Winnipeg, including freshman initiations and the St. Patrick's Day Fight. The album also includes photos depicting scenes in Roblin and Mather, Manitoba and in Yorkton and Bangor, Saskatchewan.

Belton, George Scott

Rolls of Honour Collection

  • CA UWA 17.015
  • Collection
  • 1917-1918

Three Rolls of Honour listing the names of Manitoba, Wesley, and United students and faculty who participated in the First and Second World Wars. The Manitoba College Roll of Honour lists the names of Manitoba College students and faculty who took part in the First World War. It is attributed to Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald and features gilded lettering. The Wesley College Roll of Honour lists the names of Wesley College students and faculty who took part in the First World War. It was created by Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald and features a watercolour of Wesley College. The United College Roll of Honour lists the names of several students and faculty who were killed in action during the Second World War. The creator is unknown and it is an incomplete listing of names.

FitzGerald, Lionel LeMoine

Canadian-American Conference fonds

  • CA UWA 02.004
  • Fonds
  • 1940-1971

Fonds consists of reports of the annual conferences, bibliographies of readings for meetings, membership lists, newsclippings from student newspapers, correspondence, and photographs.

Canadian-American Conference

University of Winnipeg Club fonds

  • CA UWA 88.026, 16.012, 16.023
  • Fonds
  • 1971 - 2016

Fonds consists of records generated by the operations of the University of Winnipeg Club, as a venue for the leisure of its members and for various booked events, as well as an incorporated business with a Board of Directors. The records are primarily comprised of minutes of the Board’s meetings and the Annual General Meeting; the official documentation of its incorporation status, its liquor license, its by-laws, some of its staff positions, catering contracts, and its lease with the University of Winnipeg; and also include ephemera and photographs from Club events, correspondence, lists of its members, and a technical drawing for a major renovation.

University of Winnipeg Club

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