The fonds consists of numerous correspondence between Mykola Hnatiw and various colleagues, associates and acquaintances, including renowned sculptor, Leo Mol, former Ukrainian dissident, Danylo Shumuk, Ukrainian Canadian author and activist, John Kolasky (Ivan Koliaska), the daughter of the revered Ukrainian poet and writer Ivan Franko, Anna Kliuchko, Ukrainian American writer and publicist with the Ukrainian Free Academy of Sciences in the U.S.A., Hryhorii Kostiuk, and author and historian, Jurij Lawrynenko (New York). Also contained within the fonds is some biographical information on Mr. Hnatiw, including certificates and newspaper clippings.
The fonds consists of two documents. The first is a preliminary specification of the material and labour to be used in the erection of an Engineering & Mechanical Building for the Agricultural College of the University of Manitoba, dated May 1908. The second document is a memo detailing the changes proposed to the first document, dated June 1908.
The fonds contains two portfolios of textual records relating to the work of Civil Engineering Professor Charles Hovey. Included is correspondence to and from Hovey, applications for grants and institutional procedures, blueprints and drawn diagrams of engineering models, as well as newspaper clippings, a history of the Mansur family name, and receipts and legal documents conferred to him.
The fonds consists of a biographical scrapbook of Manitoba artist Tony Tascona, a photocopy of an unpublished compilation on the life of Tony Tascona, Tascona In Context: A Documentary History and Source Book by Kenneth James Hughes (Winnipeg: 1981), and an unpublished literary manuscript entitled McCleary Drope. The Tascona scrapbook includes copies of numerous newspaper clippings about Tascona, as well as copies of Tascona's personal documents such as sketches, correspondence, military service records, etc.
The fonds consists of two North-West Territories Public School Leaving Examinations booklets from June 1897 and June 1898. The Department of Education in Medicine Hat was part of the North-West Territories until the provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta were created out of the Territories in 1905. Although the first schools in Alberta were founded by Catholic and Protestant missionaries in the mid-nineteenth century, the North-West Territories School Ordinance of 1884 established a dual confessional system of Catholic and Protestant schooling based on the Quebec model. A photocopy of a group photograph including Ms. Ireland and her father, Thomas, owner of the local brewery, is also included.
The fonds consists of a program entitled "Concert by the Faculty of the Imperial Academy of Music and Arts at the Royal Alexander Hotel, Saturday evening January 30, 1909 at 8:30." The performers were Milan Sokoloff on piano, Louis Persinger on violin, George Soeller on flute, Alexander Savine, voice, all of whom were accompanied by Fred M. Gee on the piano. Milan Sokoloff earned a LL.B. from the University of Manitoba in 1928.
Imperial Academy of Music and Arts (Winnipeg, Man.)
The fonds consists of a photocopy of a letter of condolence from Governor-General Ronald Michener to James C. Irvine on the death of Senator Irvine, photocopies of three obituary notices, and a brochure on the Senate Chamber showing Senator Irvine's seat.