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Ministerial Photos

Series consists of photographs documenting Dr. Axworthy’s action in the various ministries he headed, primarily as Minister of Foreign Affairs. The photographs show him making announcements, attending events and ceremonies in an official capacity, and meeting with international dignitaries. Many of the photographs came as gifts from the government of the country that Dr. Axworthy visited or dealt with, often arranged in decorative albums; and others were prepared by the Department of Foreign Affairs, the Office of the Prime Minister, a member of the Canadian press, or some other body. The photographs are arranged in chronological order.

Newspaper clippings

Series consists of articles from newspapers, magazines, journals, and other serial publications. Most of the articles come from the newspapers the Winnipeg Sun, the Winnipeg Free Press, and the Winnipeg Tribune; as well as The Uniter and other University of Winnipeg publications. The articles pertain primarily to Wesmen basketball and volleyball, and hockey to a lesser degree; or the athletic facilities of the University, that is, the Athletic Centre, later renamed Duckworth Centre.

Manitoba College Account Book

A ledger detailing Manitoba College financial transactions, including student fees for classes, books, and board, and payments made for salaries and other expenses. Arranged by each individual account's name in some places, and chronologically in others.

Manitoba College

Library Papers 1896-1904

Box consist of correspondence addressed to Dr. Andrew Browning Baird on behalf of the Manitoba College Library from booksellers, bookbinders, and libraries and museums around the world. Box is arranged in three files ["A-F", "G-S", & "T-Z"] in which the papers are alphabetized by the name of the corporate body or individual generating the document.

Manitoba College

Winnipeg politics

Series consists of material related to Dr. Axworthy's political career in Winnipeg as a member of the Liberal Party, 1966-2000, in several different ridings and electoral districts. There are several kinds of materials in the series: campaign literature published by the office of Lloyd Axworthy that digests his political activities for his constituents; records kept by his campaign team of polls, volunteers, campaign workers, and events; newspaper and magazine clippings that concern Axworthy's campaigns or political career in Winnipeg; promotional posters, bulletins, and photographs taken at publicity events, for use in campaign materials, or showing his political work.

William Watson research

Series consists of records from Dr. Swayze’s research on the English poet Sir William Watson, that began during his PhD thesis at Yale University, 1948-1951, and continued in his career for years afterwards. His thesis was entitled, “The Early Career of Sir William Watson, 1858 – 1905,” and involved an extensive international search through several institutions and private collections for primary records that had not been collated before. The series contains the working drafts of that thesis, the published copy, and materials from his research: reproductions, original records, and correspondence with the various individuals who assisted him. Dr. Swayze formed a friendship with Sir William Watson’s widow, the Lady Maureen Watson, and provided a great deal of the material for his research; the series contains the many documents, photographs, and archival reproductions she sent to him as well as the correspondence between them. Lastly, the series contains ephemera from some events or exhibits, focusing on the work of Sir William Watson, in which Dr. Swayze played some role.

Swayze, Walter


Series consists of records that the Committee collected from rallies, strikes, protests, conferences, and other public events relevant to the interests and objectives of the Committee. The events focused on issues such as poverty, children’s welfare, domestic violence, cuts to public services and social assistance, and indigenous rights. Many of the events were planned by activist group Food Not Bombs. The records include information packages, posters and handouts, MACSW news releases, and correspondence.

Manitoba Action Committee on the Status of Women

Research Projects

Series is comprised of records from the research projects funded and published by PWHCE. The research projects represent the primary function of PWHCE: sponsoring and producing original scholarship about women’s health and health policy. The projects have a particular focus on underrepresented or vulnerable categories of women, and the concept of Gender-Based Analysis is central to their methodologies. The research was performed through collaboration with a variety of other health and community organizations. They were primarily funded through PWHCE by the Women’s Health Contribution Program, and were selected by PWHCE committees from among a number of applicants. The records include documents from the process of planning, funding, producing, and disseminating the research projects, and in most cases, a bound and published final report for the project.

Prairie Women's Health Centre of Excellence

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