The fonds consists of photographic reprints depicting the opening of the Hebrew University campus at Mount Scopus, Jerusalem on April 1, 1925 and the surrounding region. The focus is on the University' of Manitoba's representative, Dr. Edmund Guthrie Perry, head of the Department of Classics, and Max Steinkopf, a prominent Winnipeg lawyer and business executive who accompanied Dr. Perry on the trip. Other dignitaries found in the photos include Lord Arthur James Balfour, British Foreign Secretary, Viscount Allenby, and Sir Herbert Samuel.
Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Winnipeg Chapter
CA UMASC Mss 140, Pc 148, El 30, Tc 111 (A.95-64, A.98-25, A.99-74, A.00-39, A.01-28, A.03-51, A.05-42, A.07-23, A.08-92, A.11-50, A.12-32, A.14-86)
1940, 1960, 1970-2014
The fonds consists of personal and professional correspondence, fan mail, publicity (print and online reviews, newspaper clippings, and posters advertising her appearances), photographs, awards material. research, drafts of some of Matas's novels, and copies of her published work. The fonds also contains a DVD copy of a short documentary on Matas and an audiobook of "Daniel's Story".
The fonds consists of Caroline Dukes' correspondence, catalogues of her exhibitions, 144 drawings and sketches, and newspaper clippings featuring biographical information. The photograph collection consists of 43 photographs, 20 negatives, and 1 slide.
CA UMASC Mss 25, Pc 33 (A.80-07, A.80-30, A.80-55, A.83-06)
The fonds consists of correspondence dealing with Charles L'Ami's literary work, career development and political views, literary manuscripts, short stories, dramas and poems, articles, radio scripts, letters to editors, and various resource materials such as reviews, scrapbooks and news clippings.
The fonds consists of one letter from Charles Lennox dated at Brighton, August 7, 1806. The contents of the letter include a discussion of the defence works on the south coast of England in Brighton as well as the proposed invasion of England.
The fonds contains two portfolios of textual records relating to the work of Civil Engineering Professor Charles Hovey. Included is correspondence to and from Hovey, applications for grants and institutional procedures, blueprints and drawn diagrams of engineering models, as well as newspaper clippings, a history of the Mansur family name, and receipts and legal documents conferred to him.
CA UMASC Mss 56, Pc 76 (A.84-42, A.85-15, A.87-06, A.87-58, A.90-54, A.93-16, A.97-48, A.98-72)
1883-1937, 1948, 1982
The fonds contains all of Charles Gordon's known literary manuscripts, his ministry records, his papers, writings and maps as a chaplain in the Canadian army in World War I, his papers as a labour negotiator in many Winnipeg labour disputes before and after the war, and various personal papers including those as Moderator of the Presbyterian Church. His literary papers consist of original manuscripts, publishers' correspondence, and abundant fan mail. The photographs are mainly of Gordon, the family cottage at Lake of the Woods, and some pictures of his ministry.