The collection consists of materials related to the day of the Pope's visit to Manitoba ,such as promotional material, organizational material for event organizers, organizer badges, shuttle stubs, and information booklets. The collection also contains church bulletins from Holy Ghost Parish and St. Andrew Bobola Parish in Winnipeg; newspaper clippings; and external publications relating to Pope John Paul II. There is also a handmade poster that had been created for and used during the Papal visit to Manitoba.
Cette collection présente une riche documentation sur les collectivités francophones et les Métis de l'Ouest canadien et du Manitoba documentant en particulier de nombreuses personnes, de multiples endroits, une variété d'activités et d'événements politiques et culturels, une grande quantité de groupes et plusieurs bâtiments. On y trouve une variété de documents dont des notes de recherches historiques et généalogiques, des textes de conférences et des coupures de presse.
Collection générale de la Société historique de Saint-Boniface
CA UMASC Mss 42, PC 292, TC 156 [A.08-67, A.09-28, A.10-31, A.11-09]
1948 - 2003
This collection contains textual records relating to various issues and information on Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Two-Spirit and Queer history including: Comprehensive Works, Bibliography, Reference; Gay/Lesbian Life, Lifestyles & Concerns; Literature & Language; Visual & Performing Arts; History & Gay/Lesbian Liberation Movement; Behavioral Sciences; Social Sciences; Philosophy & Religion; Physical & Natural Sciences; and AIDS-Related Information. It also includes an extensive moving image and sound collection, including oral histories and episodes of the cable access program "Coming Out."
The prints concern various subjects in Brandon, Manitoba c. 1911-12 including Brandon residences, store fronts, streetscapes, and rail yards in the city. These images provide a visual record of Brandon in the years just before the Great War.
The collection contains items related to the VON including artifacts (hat, buttons, pins and one piece of equipment), photographic images (slides & photographs on board), archival materials (scrapbooks, bag list) and copies of various history books about the VON.
The collection reflects Alfreda Jean Attrill’s education, nursing career, war service, her affiliation with the St. John’s Ambulance Association, and her genealogy. The series is arranged into nine series and covers events from her early life to her death through awards, certificates, memoirs, family histories, correspondence, articles, programs, diaries, invitations, publications and prayers.
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.