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Fonds is comprised of three accessions. 17.029 reflects Dr. Young’s career as an academic historian. In that role, he taught and lectured as a Professor, both at the University of Winnipeg as well as academic conferences or lecture series; he published a breadth of scholarly literature and research, and served to review the drafts of his peers for publication; and he involved himself in administrative, educational, and community issues at the University of Winnipeg. For his outstanding teaching and research, he also received a number of awards both from the University of Winnipeg and beyond. Fonds includes records produced by all of these activities. Dr. Young’s specialty as an academic historian was Interwar French History, and 20th Century European History more broadly; the majority of his teaching, research, and writing focused on this topic. Fonds also includes correspondence – written or email – with a wide variety of present and former students, fellow scholars and Professors, University administrators, editors, politicians, archivists, and other individuals. To a lesser degree, the fonds also documents Dr. Young’s early life and education prior to his hiring by the University of Winnipeg in 1967, and the continuation of his career after retirement in 2008.
Fonds is arranged in seven series that represent different facets of Dr. Young’s career. The first, University Career, represents Dr. Young’s involvement with the University of Winnipeg through activism on University issues, service on committees, awards he received for his work as a Professor, and administrative documentation such as his annual activity reports or his curriculum vitae. It also contains some of his coursework from his undergraduate and graduate programs. The second, Books, is related to his published monographs: primarily in terms of their editing, publication, and promotion, but also Dr. Young’s using them in class assignments. The third, Teaching, contains teaching material from his various courses; several extracurricular lectures he gave; and correspondence with former students. The fourth, Scholarly Pursuit contains records from his published scholarly articles, book chapters, participation in academic conferences, and book reviews written by him or about his work. The fifth is Scholarly Correspondence and contains the exchanges, by print or email, he carried on with other individuals or institutions related to his ongoing research on France in the Interwar Period and other European history. The sixth is UW Institutional, which documents Dr. Young’s involvement with University programs (such as the European Studies Group). And finally, the seventh, Artifacts, contains some of his academic diplomas, his bound PhD and Masters theses, video and audio recordings of his lectures, and albums and scrapbooks commemorating aspects of his life and career.
19.014 reflects Dr. Young’s involvement with the administration and activities of the University of Winnipeg Club, particularly as its President and Past-President. Fonds includes records from the Club Board and Annual General Meetings; its financial and corporate records; material from its various promotions, fundraisers, and seasonal events; and correspondence, primarily Dr. Young’s email correspondence.
22.03 is primarily comprised of email correspondence between Dr. Young and University of Winnipeg faculty, staff, alumni, and students during his post-teaching career as a Senior Scholar. The emails were printed and organized by Dr. Young. Includes also several of his earlier awards and degrees.
The Pembina Manitou Archive holds three collections of records pertaining to Nellie Letitia McClung. The largest collection is a digital copy of the Nellie L McClung Fond held at the Royal British Columbia Archive in Victoria.
The second is the Archibald Historical museum collection of photographs and documents collected in association with their preservation of the Hasselfield Log House in which McClung boarded when she first came to Manitou and the McClung House in which Nellie and Wes McClung resided and raised their family during their time in Manitou.
The third includes documents donated directly to the Pembina Manitou archive relating to the lives of Nellie and Wes McClung during their time in the Manitou area.
Pembina Manitou Archive
A collection of memoirs, genealogical records, recipe and photograph collections concerning the family of the Thorleifson Brothers of Baldur, Manitoba.
Pembina Manitou Archive
This collection contains 5 interviews in total (8hh19mm49ss), conducted by Misha Falk in 2019.
The Transgender Oral History Project emerged out of a recognition that there were significant gaps in queer histories of the prairies, one of which being a tendency to overlook transgender experiences. By recording oral interviews with trans people, this project aims to help historians and community members gain a richer understanding of the lives and work of trans individuals in the region. Since labels for understanding diverse experiences of gender such as “transgender” have changed significantly in recent history and will likely continue to do so, these interviews focus heavily on personal understandings of gender identity.
Fonds consists of three posters created jointly by the University of Manitoba’s College of Nursing and Two-Spirited People of Manitoba, Inc. as a project to raise awareness and increase knowledge about Two Spirit People in both historical and contemporary terms. The project was called “Two Spirit Truths: Returning to the Circle” and included Elder Albert McLeod, Dr. Elaine Murdoch, Chantelle Chartier, and River Steele Guillas. The posters are available in both printed and digital format.
The fonds contains photocopies of six short stories by Raymond Knister: "Peaches, Peaches", "The First Day of Spring", "Grapes", "Horace the Haymow", "Indian Summer", and "Hackman's Night".
The Yayoi Ezawa fonds includes biographical information (2007) and photographs (2006-2008).
Fonds reflects Paul Moist’s career as a Canadian labour activist and longtime member and President of both CUPE Local 500 and CUPE National. The majority of the fonds is comprised of his speeches and presentation notes, and also includes personal and professional correspondence, administrative and organizational documents from CUPE, and personal research on the 1919 General Strike. The records are primarily textual but also include audio-visual material and ephemera such as buttons.
Fonds is arranged in 6 series: speeches and presentations; personal files; CUPE Convention files; CUPE internal files; audio/video and day planners; and 1919 General Strike research. The speeches and presentation series include the speeches and speaking notes Paul Moist used at conferences and meetings around Canada. There is also a box of day planners and calendars that Paul Moist used during his time in CUPE Local 500 and as CUPE National President. The box of CUPE internal files cover various CUPE internal documents and meeting notes. The personal files cover letters, correspondence, and news clippings from Paul Moist’s time with CUPE 500 and CUPE National. The 1919 General Strike series are all the files related to the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike that Paul Moist collected over the last 30 years.
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University of Manitoba. Faculty of Medicine