The fonds consists of one handwritten letter, dated November 28, 1915, from Father Edward J. Barton to Dr. D.A. Stewart. Dr. David Alexander Stewart (1874-1932), a graduate of the University of Manitoba, was the founder and superintendent of Ninette Sanatorium for tuberculosis in Manitoba. The letter was intended to inform Dr. Stewart of the death of Father Superior Paul Benoit, Sr., the first parish priest of Notre Dame de Lourdes, and discussed the earlier death of Father Paul Benoit, Jr.
The fonds consists of a 15 page unpublished article titled "In Search of Security: Postwar Germany Between Reconstruction and Modernization." Braun's article focuses on the situation in Germany after the Second World War ended in 1945, its occupation by Allied Forces, the establishment of the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic in 1949, and a notable anti-political trend in the 1950s.
The fonds contains several envelopes with loose stamps addressed to members of the Pugh and Wilson families. Also included is Frederick Brodrick’s unbound notebook on landscaping and design, containing both hand-written and type-written pages as well as sketches of landscape planning.
The fonds consists of course materials (including outlines, tests, lecture notes and required readings) from Dr. Brodsky's courses at the University of Manitoba. Included also are research materials, articles he had written and published, and a small amount of correspondence.
The fonds consists of a manuscript titled Popular Literature: The Publishing History of 'Acting Plays' 1710-1793 by William J. Cameron, and a program for The Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (CSECS) Conference, Winnipeg October 12, 13, 14, 1984. Cameron presented his paper at a joint session of the CSECS and the Department of Archives & Special Collections, Elizabeth Dafoe Library, the University of Manitoba on 16 October.
The fonds consists of personal documents, certificates, correspondence, geneological material, original manuscripts, poetry, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, chap books, momentos, photographs, and slides pertaining to the life and career of May Cameron Stewart.
The fonds consists of a letter written by John Sutherland Campbell, Duke of Argyll and Marquis of Lorne, to the Chancellor and Council of the University of Manitoba on August 3, 1881. The letter discusses ideas on land grants and resources for buildings for the University of Manitoba to establish it as a teaching university.