This series includes51 pages of poems (including 21 pages that appear to have been gathered together due to topical unity) written by students at Brandon Indian Residential School. One handwritten document explaining J. A. Doyle’s role in judging a poetry contest and one piece of correspondence concerning the winner of a poetry contest are also included.
Fonds consists of baptism, marriage, and burial registers; communion rolls and membership lists; minutes of annual meetings, the Board, the Independent Hungarian Club, the Ladies Aid, [United Church Women?], and committees; newsletters and annual reports; constitution; histories; Church bulletins; social notices and event guestbooks; and correspondence related to Church work, Hungarian Diaspora, Hungarian Cultural Associations, and Hungarian refugees.
The surviving records of the St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church include sacramental registers (including baptisms, marriages and burials; 1901-1917); membership records (1894-1918); annual reports (1896-1913); board records (including session, board of managers, congregational meetings, annual meetings, deacon's court; 1906-1920); financial records (1894-1919); records of women's organizations (W.M.S. and W.H.M.; 1905-1925); records of men's groups (1915); records of outreach organizations (including church club, mission band, sabbath school; 1887-1924); records from the junior girl's mission band (1913-1917); orders of service (1904); church history material (1914, 1920); building maintenance records (1915-1920); sermons and publications (including "The Pilot"; 1904-1925) and correspondence and reports (1906-1914).
This series includes one copy each of The New Testament (An American Translation, Goodspeed, 1923), New Testament in Greek (Westcott & Hort, Student’s Edition With Lexicon, 1896) and The Scripture Atlas, 1878 by W. & A. K. Johnston (containing maps of Egypt, Sinai, Palestine and Jerusalem) [includes an image from 1867].