Collection consists of 8 programs: Choral Symphony – Concert Program – March 5, 1954 “Rose Marie: A Light Opera in Three Acts” – Concert Program – January 30 to February 3, 1951 “Carousel” – Concert Program – [1955?] “Song of Norway” – Concert Program – [195-?] “Brigadoon” – Concert Program – 1947 “Finian’s Rainbow” – Concert Program – [ca. 1950] “Wonderful Town” – Concert Program – 1958 “Girl Crazy” – Concert Program – [1957?]
Collection consists of two ledger-sized scrapbooks of theatre-related clippings from Winnipeg newspapers from 1914 to 1927 and one smaller scrapbook listing, alphabetically, the people profiled in J. B. McGeachy’s “I First Saw” column in the Winnipeg Free Press from 1921-1929.
The fonds consists of Leo Mol’s biographical information, his correspondence, awards and honorary degrees, his documentation regarding art work and the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden, and his exhibitions and tributes. Photograph collection consists mostly of Leo Mol’s photographs and slides of his sculptures, paintings and drawings.
Fonds contains one hockey goaltender stick used by Art Puttee while goalie for the Canadian hockey team (the University of Manitoba Grads) that won the 1931 World Championships in Krynica, Poland. Handwritten on one side of the handle is the text, "Winners of Turnbull Cup (Manitoba Champ), Abbott Cup (Western Canada Champ), Ross Robertson Memorial Cup (Canadian Champ). Played 21 games, won 17, tied 3, lost 1." On the outer edge of the handle is the text, "Total goals - for 113 - against 36." Other side of the handle has Art Puttee's signature. Signatures of other players are partially visiable across other parts of the stick; legible names include Doupe, Murdoch, and Chapman.
Items consist of 17 colour photographs featuring Mrs. Gordon's hats, 3 depicting Mrs. Gordon wearing donated items, as well as photocopies of supporting documentary materials supplied by the maker of the hats, Milliner E. L. Jamon.
Items consist of three colour photographs dating from 1979 and featuring the Mr. and Mrs. Schreyer on the occasion of his investiture as Governor-General. Also described here is a brochure produced by Canada's Government House in 1983.