Series consists of photographs, newspaper clippings, memorial programs, funeral arrangements, tributes, speeches, photocopies of certificates, driver’s licenses, membership cards, jewelry appraisals, biographical information and poems related to Edith Evelyn Turner. The scrapbook was created by Jeanette Kirk, the wife of Miss Turner’s Nephew.
Series consists of images concerning University of Winnipeg coaches, and a variety of University athletic activities, basketball, fencing, hockey, weight lifting, volleyball, curling, field hockey, football, squash, swimming, skating, sports facilities, & CPR classes.
Series consists of typed and handwritten records by Laura Johnson which provide information on concepts of mental health, leadership, the history of public health nursing in Manitoba, and general nursing practices.
Series consists of correspondence, receipts, a patent, advertisements, a newspaper clipping, and a blueprint related to a sterilizing tool invented by Edith Evelyn Stewart. The invention was created for the purpose of sterilizing catheters, nipples, and rubber surgical equipment. It allowed instruments to be entirely submerged in boiling water while lessening the risk of burning the instruments in the process.
The series consists of memoirs and information written by Laura Johnson. The series is divided into two subseries. The first subseries documents her trip to Iceland and provides information on the geography, climate, history and people of Iceland. Laura Johnson has also provided information on her mother’s family background and on the medical system in Iceland, including information on nurses, doctors and hospitals. The second subseries records her time spent in Fisher Branch and provides information on the nursing station and her impressions of the station, its staff, patients and community.
Series documents Alfreda Attrill’s genealogy and family heraldry and includes birth dates and places or baptismal dates and places, dates of death, occupations, information on family crests, coats of arms and badges. The series consists of correspondence, notes on the Attrill family, a blue print of a family memorial plaque, as well as a family tree which traces five generations of Attrills from Alfreda’s parents to their great-great grandchildren.
Series consists of three journals written by Alfreda Jean Attrill. Records include an account of events of the year 1914, a five-year journal which records important dates and milestones, as well as From Day to Day with Kipling, an edited collection of Rudyard Kipling’s poetry. The book of poetry has been included in this series as it has been treated as a diary by Miss Attrill, who has noted important dates in the book.