Series consists of records from the University of Winnipeg Athletics Department and Canadian Interuniversity Sport related to the CIS Women’s National Basketball Championship tournaments in 2004 and 2005, when the tournament was hosted by the University of Winnipeg. The records are primarily generated by the Athletic Department’s planning the logistics, travel, lodging, sponsorship, and funding for the tournaments. The records also include programs and other ephemera from the tournament and the banquets for participants.
A circulation record of the Manitoba College Library, arranged by borrower, detailing the date loaned, the title of the book, and the date returned. Includes an alphabetical index showing the borrowers' names and the page on which their activities are recorded. Also includes a list of books in the Library at Women's Residence on pages 344-345.
The Series contains documents pertaining to businesses in the Brandon area. Documents include catalogues, receipts, refund checks, advertisements, and other documents. The businesses which created the documents were Sears, Eaton’s, Sharpe's Auto Electric, McKenzie Seeds Co., Nicholas & Shepard Co., Mutter Brother’s Grocery Store, and Manitoba Hydro. Items are described in detail at the individual level.
Photograph of the Wheat City Business College Football team members (1908-1909). Pictured back row l-r: S. Sherris L.H.; J. Wedderburn, F.B. and Capt.; N. Thompson F.B.; W.W. Winteringham L.F.. second row: J R. Stephenson, C.H.; J.B. Sample, Goal; F.E. Werry, Pres.; J.H. Nay, R.F.; R.L. McNaughton, L.F.. Front row: C.W. Madder R.F.; C.E . Meadows, C.F.; J.H. McFadden, R.H.
Thomas Hill Family Portrait (c1904). Standing left to right: Albert (Hap) Hill, Arthur Hill, Edward (Ted) Hill, John Hill and Fred Hill. Seated left to right: Thomas Hill, Mary Ella Hill, Hettie Elizabeth Hill, Rose Grace Hill, and Sarah Elizabeth (Fisher) Hill.
This sub-series consists of short stories and anecdotes written by Sam Waller intermittently in 1928 – 1961. These stories include a collection of Cree children’s stories, “Dennis in the Northland”, “Gallio Cared for None of These Things”, and reflections on various things, including the lack of an appropriate verb for taxidermy in “Taxidermydizing”, a career of teaching in “Nearly Thirty-Four Years”, and even a visit to the doctor in “The Impatience of an Out Patient”, among others.