Fonds consists of correspondence, birth and death certificates, wedding invitation, brochure by Tourism Manitoba describing Menzies' award, other biographical material on Menzies, Clark/Menzie/Mitchell family histories, and newsclipping on Menzies' award. Includes booklet on Carberry Burying Ground. Photographs show family members, the Rural Municipality of North Cypress council members (ca. 1947).
Fonds consists of a signed, photocopied, illustrated history of Jean Mitchell's family, beginning prior to emigration from Scotland in 1832. Mitchell created her own illustrations. Descriptions include domestic and farm life, grade school education, crop histories and details of the impact of weather.
CA CPA 1988.234, 1989.11, 1992.04, 1992.45, 1992.58, 1994.99, 1995.58
Collection consists of correspondence, a family history compiled by Laureen Zimmerman assisted by Judith Moffatt of Cambridge, Ontario, a postcard showing Main Street in Edrans which was given to Moffatt by Frances Lowe of Austin, Manitoba, certificate inducting his mother Kate Moffatt into the Manitoba Order of the Crocus. Includes black and white photographs of Brookdale thrashing unit (1907), old-time reunion in Carberry (1927), and Firdale School students and teachers (ca. 1900). The detailed family history begins in 1799 and refers to Ontario and Scottish historical roots. Material on Edrans School includes 3 black and white photographs of the old and new schools. Also includes minutes and financial statements of the Firdale Ball Club (1931-1935).
Fonds consists of Grain Growers Association of Ingelow (1911-1931), Ingelow United Farmers Movement minutes (1927-1931), Ingelow Scales Company minutes 91907-1929), a book on the Manitoba Legislative Building (1925), a ritual of the Royal Templars of Temperance (1905), deeds of land titles for various people (1897-1928).
Fonds consists of one copy of the magazine "Manitoba History" Vol. 52, June, 2006, the journal of the Manitoba Historical Society, in which there is an article entitled "Make the Night Hideous: Death at a Manitoba Charivari, 1909" written by Pauline Greenhill, about a charivari in Brookdale, MB, in 1909