The 8 images in cartes de visite format are as follows: Dominion Land Titles office (photographer unknown,1872-73); three First Nations individuals at an Aboriginal gravesite (Simon Duffin, 1873-1875?); early homestead building, family, and Red River Cart drawn by ox (Ryder Larsen, mid-1870s?); studio image of man posing as a hunter, Winnipeg (James Penrose, 1873?); Louis Riel and his councilors, (Ryder Larsen, 1869?); Red River settlement, showing the corner of Portage and Main (James Penrose, June 1872); land survey party, around the Red River Settlement (photographer and date unknown); two carioles drawn by dogs, possibly at the Red River settlement (photographer and date unknown).
This collection consists of: Two decorative letter “M’s” “Varsity Arts Freshman Reception” card Invitations addressed to Miss Flora Armstrong Two copies of “The Manitoban” – January 14, 1926 and November 5, 1925
This collection consists of: Photographs: Winnipeg - Unidentified People and Places, some at the University of Manitoba [196-?]-[197?] University of Manitoba postcards & 1971 Graduation Dinner and Dance notice. Christmas Cards from the University of Manitoba “The Johnian” – 1969 St. John’s College yearbook “The Johnian” – 1971 St. John’s College yearbook University of Manitoba Sweatshirt University of Manitoba Banner University of Manitoba Jacket 2 blankets with the St. John’s College Crest
The collection consists of ephemeral publications and audio recordings related to the Indigenous languages of Rupert's Land. Many of these were originally produced for language instruction and included teacher's manuals, readers, workbooks, curriculum guides, journals, reference materials, proceedings, and monographs. There are also materials published by missionary groups and religious societies for classroom teaching and services.
The collection consists of 5 photographs taken by James D. Hall and Skene Lowe depicting Indigenous people in 1880s Winnipeg, Manitoba. The subjects were reportedly paid for the use of their imagery in photographs sold by Hall & Lowe.
The collection contains 14 photographs of early Brandon, Manitoba between 1881 and 1899. Photographs include the original Brandon Central School, the First Methodist Church, wheat markets, the Assiniboine River, and Coombs & Stewart Dry Goods Store. Streets pictured include Rosser Avenue, Pacific Avenue and Princess Avenue.