The collection contains one textual record, correspondence from the Indian Residential School in Brandon, Manitoba dated January 27, 1936. The letter discusses the weather, the death of the Nation Matron, and the well-being of the replacement Matron.
The collection consists of a photo album containing 41 photographs of Winnipeg churches and their pastors. Among the numerous religions that are featured in this collection, are Catholic, Anglican, Lutheran, Baptist, and Seventh Day Adventist.The final two photographs are of "Norman" and "Verna" dated 1946.
The collection consists of a booklet titled Wandering in Wattsview, Wattsview History 1879-1967. The book contains maps, biographical information, general history of the community, family histories and photographs. It was put together and published by the Wattsview Centennial Club Committee. The fonds also includes an audio tape of the reminiscences of Mrs. Butcher, who was a resident of Wattsview. It was recorded by her son, John Butcher on December 26, 1966. The recording also contains information about Fort Ellice. The audio tape is located at TC 82.
The collection consists of printed material relating to the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation, the NDP, and other socialist organizations. This collection includes sing-along books, pamphlets, election handouts, and other assorted propaganda mediums. Some of the notable authors of this material are T.C. Douglas, Leon Trotsky, as well as anonymous authors of their respective organizations.
Collection consists of 8 programs: Choral Symphony – Concert Program – March 5, 1954 “Rose Marie: A Light Opera in Three Acts” – Concert Program – January 30 to February 3, 1951 “Carousel” – Concert Program – [1955?] “Song of Norway” – Concert Program – [195-?] “Brigadoon” – Concert Program – 1947 “Finian’s Rainbow” – Concert Program – [ca. 1950] “Wonderful Town” – Concert Program – 1958 “Girl Crazy” – Concert Program – [1957?]
Collection consists of two ledger-sized scrapbooks of theatre-related clippings from Winnipeg newspapers from 1914 to 1927 and one smaller scrapbook listing, alphabetically, the people profiled in J. B. McGeachy’s “I First Saw” column in the Winnipeg Free Press from 1921-1929.