The collection consists of two letter “M’s”; a University of Manitoba crest showing the staff of Caduceus; a University of Manitoba varsity crest showing a downhill skier; the program for the Medicine class of 1948 farewell party; and a program for a dinner party at the Chateau Laurier for University of Manitoba alumni in the Ottawa area in 1959.
The collection contains photographs pertaining to the farming activities of William and Rebecca Hern of Hamiota, Manitoba and their sons in in Togo Saskatchewan. Also included are photographs of a group of Doukhobor women, the Saskatchewan Valley, and an Assyrian immigrant.
This collections contains a photocopy of a journal written in 1919 by a young woman, Katharina Hildebrandt (1901-1920), who was engaged to be married to Johann Isaac Warkentin, who was murdered on 26 October 1919 in Eichenfeld, South Russia. The collection also includes a Hildebrandt family register of birth and death dates of the children of Heinrich David Hildebrandt (1870-1919), father of Katharina, who also was murdered at the Eichenfeld massacre on October 26, 1919. Another item is a 1988 transcript of an interview of Isaac Warkentin (1908), a brother of Johann who died in 1919.
The collection documents the life of Isabel Maitland Stewart’s including her education, her training as a nurse, and her career as a nurse and educator. The collection consists of certificates, correspondence, articles, photographs, pins, graduation attire and medals. The collection is arranged into six series which document her life from her early education in Ontario and Manitoba through to her reception of honourary degrees following her retirement. Posthumous events created by acquaintances of Isabel Stewart are also included.
The collection contains material collected by Isabelle Heeney (1902-1996). The majority of the collection is comprised of written texts about Manitoba history. These texts include books about the history of Elton and the Carberry Plains; the Brandon teacher's strike of 1922; history of the Anglican Church in Brandon; and Manitoba's architectural heritage. Other texts in the collection are a cookbook from 1909, and five issues of a literary magazine published for the Brandon Collegiate in the early 1900s. Other items in the collection include an Orange Lodge membership certificate from 1911, and a photograph of a bride c.1890.
The collection contains a photograph of World War I soldiers standing at attention, a photograph of World War I soldiers marching in a parade, a memorial program for the death of Queen Victoria, a program for the film "Birth of a Nation," and an Academic Calendar for Clark Hall, the girls' residence at Brandon College.
The collection contains programs from productions of the Brandon Little Theatre and a scrapbook of newspaper clippings and publications pertaining to the Brandon Little Theatre and the Brandon Art Club.
The material in this collection consists primarily of photographs pertaining to the McGregor family and to farming activities in the R.M. of Elton. The collection includes photographic portraits of Archie, William, and Sarah Taylor McGregor and a sketched portrait of Grant McEwan. Other photographs include the McGregor Bros., Alex Anderson, and Chalmer Bros. threshing outfits, as well as the farms of J.T. Clark, Robert Reid, Pierce Couling, John William Sandison, and William Dope. The only textual material in the collection is a biography of John William Sandison, written by J.T. McGregor.
covers various important happenings The Neepawa Press May 28, 1896 The Neepawa Press July 21, 1903 The Neepawa Press October 1932 The Neepawa Press June 27, 1933 Ladies Home Journal March 1891 Manitoba News and other copies from Morden starting 1884 (reproduction) The NorWester December 11, 1864 (Reproduction) Manitoba Free Press November 30, 1872 (reproduction) Winnipeg Free Press May 22, 1950, Special Flood bulletin