The collection consists of printed materials related to the Communist Party of Canada and the Labour Progressive Party. These include reports, pamphlets, briefs to royal commissions, convention materials, newspapers, election handouts, constitutions, and writings by such notables as William Kashtan and Leslie Morrison.
The collection consists of 5 photographs taken by James D. Hall and Skene Lowe depicting Indigenous people in 1880s Winnipeg, Manitoba. The subjects were reportedly paid for the use of their imagery in photographs sold by Hall & Lowe.
This collection consists of: Two decorative letter “M’s” “Varsity Arts Freshman Reception” card Invitations addressed to Miss Flora Armstrong Two copies of “The Manitoban” – January 14, 1926 and November 5, 1925
This collection was created and collected by Muriel Stackley of Kansas City, Kansas. It includes some poetry by Lehn, correspondence, anecdotes about Lehn’s experience growing up (written by Muriel), articles about Lehn, and two photos.
The collection is comprised of material donated to and collected by the Daly House Museum. This is an artificially created collection of archival material that does not belong to a particular collection or fonds held at the Daly House Museum. The collection is divided into the following series:
Series 1: Photographs Series 2: Postcards Series 3: Books and Magazines Series 4: Business Documents Series 5: Event Documents Series 6: Documents from Organizations Series 7: Miscellaneous Documents
The following accession numbers are included in the Daly House Museum Collection: 1985.324 - 2013.324 2003.21 2004.17 2005.1 - 2008.1
The collection consists of 20 photographs of agricultural scenes, automobile licenses; claims deed for NE 1/4 of 5-11-18W in the R.M of Elton, Manitoba; Certificate of Ownership issued to John Turner Clarke for Lot 11 6th Concession Township of Hartman in the District of Kenora, Ontario; Mortgage Deeds for NE 1/4 of 5 -11-18 W; Mortgage Deed for SW 1/4 of 9-11-18 W in the R.M. of Elton, Manitoba
The collection was arranged in part by the donors themselves in accordance with specifications they provided. Consisting of 168 items including research correspondence, publication drafts, and books containing the published versions, this fonds takes up 0.26 linear metres of shelf space. The items and folders were organized by the donors and are divided by publication. Records bound together by staples, archival clips or other means were done so by the donors and thus are treated as a single record, even those which contain what could be considered more than one document.
The collection consists of ephemeral publications and audio recordings related to the Indigenous languages of Rupert's Land. Many of these were originally produced for language instruction and included teacher's manuals, readers, workbooks, curriculum guides, journals, reference materials, proceedings, and monographs. There are also materials published by missionary groups and religious societies for classroom teaching and services.