The fonds consists of three bound volumes. Volume 1 contains discourses on John 13.22, Matthew 7.11, and Luke 13.7 and is dated September 1, 1850. It could have been written by Bishop David Anderson. Volume 2 contains a day-to-day summary of the collections at St. John's Cathedral and is dated December 3, 1865 - March 26, 1882. Volume 3 contains questions and answers on the history of the primitive church and could have been written by Rupert's Land Bishop Robert Machray.
The fonds consists of genealogical information about the Dixon and Baker families between 1851 and 1963. It also contains land title deeds, farm receipts, and photographs of agricultural scenes in the early twentieth century.
The fonds consists of two folders. Folder 1 contains a carbon copy of a January 1941 confidential report by Tracy Phillips to Associate Minister, Department of National War Services, on European immigrants in Canada regarding consolidation of public opinion among Canadians of East European ethnic origin for the war effort. Included are carbon copies of a December 1940 letter from Tracy Phillips to Colonel James Ness, President of the Association of Canadian Clubs, and a January 1941 telegram from Tracy Phillips to professor Watson Kirkconnell. Folder 1 also contains a February 1941 letter from T.A. Crerar to John W. Dafoe (1866-1944), a 1925 Government Railway of Australia First class Imperial Press Conference pass issued to Mrs. Dafoe, and the work Extract from Political Studies: J.W. Dafoe and Lionel Curtis - Two Concepts of the Commonwealth (vol. VIII, No. 2, June, 1960). Folder 2 contains eleven letters to M. S. Donnelly from various people on the subject of the biography of J.W. Dafoe that M.S. Donnelly was writing.
The fonds consists of personal papers documenting his participation in several national and international committees, his scientific studies and achievements, his role as chancellor of the University of Manitoba and various other personal papers covering his multi-faceted career. The 2009 accrual (A.09-47) consists of seven series. They include biographical information, articles and conference papers, student notes, teaching material, atomic mass conference in Winnipeg, correspondence, and photographs and drawings (PC 121). The A.11-80 accrual contains 12 series. They include: biographical information, speeches, Advisory Committee on Nuclear Safety, correspondence, University of Manitoba historic plaques project, books, conferences, University of Winnipeg, research material, photograph collection, tape collection, and oversize material.
CA UMASC Mss 234, Pc 204, Tc 117, El 6, Mc 15 (A.05-96)
The fonds is separated into eleven series. They include biographical material, feature films, mini-series, television shows, scripts & screenplays, background/research material, conventions, photograph collection (PC 204), audio recordings (TC 117), electronic records (EL 6), and ephemera. The photograph collection includes 853 photographs, 25 negatives, 16 slides, 445 sketches, 25 large sketches, and 17 posters (desginated as MC 15). The fonds also includes 293 VHS videocassettes, 163 U-matic videocassettes, 19 DVDs and 1 laser-disc. Audio recordings include 2 CDs and electronic records include 2 floppy discs and 1 CD-rom.
The fonds contains four Eaton's pamphlets printed on colored paper. The pamphlets are titled: "A Girls Guide to Hosiery", "Recent Additions to the Eaton's Lending Library", and two from May 8 and 15 of 1941 titled "Our Own Fashion Teas in the Grill Room." The textual records display the events and information provided to the public about the goings on at the Eaton's Winnipeg location.
The collection consists of printed material relating to the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation, the NDP, and other socialist organizations. This collection includes sing-along books, pamphlets, election handouts, and other assorted propaganda mediums. Some of the notable authors of this material are T.C. Douglas, Leon Trotsky, as well as anonymous authors of their respective organizations.
The fonds consists of John Skirving Ewart's notes and draft of his unfinished manuscript, Political History of Canada. The fonds also contains material collected by Thomas Seaton Ewart while he was a student at St. John's College and while he was a civil servant in the Manitoba provincial government of John Bracken. This material includes the "First and Second Interim Reports of the Royal Commission Constituted to Inquire Into All Matters Pertaining to the Manitoba Agricultural College" submitted by Judge A. O. Galt in May 1917, and extracts from the "Report of the Royal Commission Constituted to Inquire Into an Report on All Expenditures for Road Work During the Year 1914" submitted by Judge G. Paterson. It also contains reviews on his book on waivers: Waiver Distributed (1917); correspondence with Prof. S. Williston, Harvard Law School (1917); newspaper clippings, transcripts of speeches by Premier Bracken, provincial government papers and correspondence of John Bracken. The photograph collections features photographs of John Skirving Ewart and a photograph relating to John Bracken's re-election bid in 1936.