The Frederick Wilbur Jackson file contains the following material:
Obits: CMAJ 78:298, 15 Feb 1958 (with picture); MMR 38(2):127, Feb 1958 (2pp)
Faculty questionnaire 1932; copies of student and faculty cards (2pp)
Copies from faculty and student card files (1p)
Article announcing FWJ awarded 1950 gold medal of Prof Institute of the Civil Service, no source (1p)
Publications list incl papers on TB, polio, encephelitis, maternal mortality & medical care (most in Manitoba) c1920-30; incl following complete reprints:(15pp) -"Morbidity Survey in the Municipal Doctor Areas in Manitoba" May 1 1938- April 30, 1940",Can Public Health Jour 1941:32:491-502 (pp1-3) -"Manitoba's Encephalitis Epidemic, 1941" Question Mark, Dec 1941:4-10 (pp4-7) -"Maternal Mortality in Manitoba 1933-1937" (2nd five-year period) (1 reprint pp307-321) (p8) -"The Program of Medical Care in Manitoba" (1 reprint pp479-487) (p9) -"Medical and Public Health Services in Canada their Recent Extension and Future" (1-8pp reprint) (p10) -"The 1936 Epidemic of Poliomyelitis in Manitoba - Control Measures" (1 reprint pp363-375) (p11) -"Tuberculosis Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow" MMR v36 March 1956 (pp12-15)
The collection consists of correspondence, immigration material and certificates, research notes, photographs, and slides dating from 1913 to 2006. The correspondence is predominantly related to Dr. Bihler’s professional activities, with the immigration material and certificates relating to both Ivan and Lenka Magda Bihler. The photograph collection is comprised of portraits and family photographs.
This fonds consists of correspondence between Elinor Black and her friends, family, and colleagues; information about Black's education; medical papers and addresses given by Black; a copy of Black's unpublished book "The Professor and His Wife: The Stoughton Story"; photographs of Black, her friends, and her family; account books; diaries; sketchbooks; a scrapbook; and several small objects belonging to Black.