The Fleet G. Whitakers fonds consists of a string bound file folder with the following contents: microfilm copy 23 pgs., notebook municipal law 46 pgs., lined paper international law 49 pgs., notes various 13 pgs., legal briefs 142 and 122 pgs. These appear to be notes from when he attended law school in Saskatoon.
The Ted Tadda collection consists of some correspondence from the Department of External Affairs regarding the usage of photographs used in a newspaper and a letter from the Prince Albert Citizen Centennial Committee, and two articles, “A short biographical sketch of the late Edward Field, written by request for the ‘Sheho Standard.’” and “A Brief History of the Town now known as The Pas, Manitoba”. The collection also includes a World War II scrapbook that belonged to Ted Tadda, which contains many full-page newspaper articles as well as small clippings, membership cards, postcards, manuals, application forms, cartoons, propaganda, occupation money, Red Cross pamphlets, letters from Great West Life and Canadian National Rail, and various instructions on how to be frugal and support the war effort.
The Armand & Florence Dupas collection consists of a newspaper clipping for the Royal Winnipeg Rifles, two cheques to A. Dupas from Transport Ltd., Town of The Pas tax land receipt from 1949, Priority Suit Purchase certificate, Mechanical Transport Drivers Identification Card, tax notices for the Town of The Pas for 1947 and 1952, a Canadian National Telegram from 1943, a bill from St. Anthony’s Hospital, and a discharge certificate.
The collection consists of class lists (1946 – 1951), an incomplete report card, Manitoba Department of Education requisition form for the library, schedules for detention room, playground and hall duties, a letter to parents of students regarding departmental exams, a floppy disk and CD copy of The Pas School District and Kelsey School Division Alpha list of Teachers (1928 – 1960), letter from The Pas Winter Carnival requesting donations, letter from The Pas Winter Carnival announcing the first Carnival Queen and Court contest, letter of thanks for a donation, seven Grade XI examinations booklets that were Erik Wadelius’ (June 1931), several event programmes saved by Vaughn Wadelius when he was the principal of the schools, including the programmes for the official opening of Mary Duncan Elementary School (1973) and the ‘Official opening of New Addition Kelsey Elementary School’ (1972), a programme booklet for the 1949 The Pas Musical Festival (saved by Olive Wadelius), as well as the Faculty Handbook for Mary Duncan Elementary School 1984-1985 which Wadelius himself primarily compiled as principal.
The fonds consists of a University chemistry notebook (ca. 1930), a letter to Bert Hutton’s father (1909) and a letter from Sports Illustrated to Bert Hutton about an article he submitted to them on Ducks Unlimited (1957), an article written for The Beaver, and a seven page autobiography on the Hutton family (from after 1974).
The collection consists of photocopies of newspaper clippings, one mounted on cardboard titled “Hero of ‘Flying Family’ Gets Home for Reunion”, a newspaper clipping from 1999 of Ernest O. St. Godard’s obituary, “Record Setters” about St. Godard’s victories as a dog-sled racer, a copy of ‘Margaret Barbour Anniversary Newsletter’ (17 May 1964), a two-page poem called “The Sense/Cents of a Dollar”, a Royal Canadian Legion programme for the dedication of the War Memorial in The Pas (25 May 1996), and the Opaquia Times (29 May 1996).
The collection consists of a scrapbook with 18 pages of newspaper clippings covering the 1953 Trappers’ Festival, with many about Pat Abram, winner of the Fur Queen title and “Miss The Pas”. Two pages towards the back contain sketches of a building with “ABRAM” across the top. Pat Abram, married name Langlois, was the Fur Queen for the 1953 Trappers’ Festival, when she was 22 years old.