The fonds consists of the full Indigenous ceremonial regalia worn by Kelly Houle while dancing in powwows and in other ceremony. The regalia includes a blue jingle dress, multi-coloured hair ribbons, leather hide moccasins, a black leather belt, beaded flower earrings, a beaded feather clasp or brooch, and beaded leather tiara that reads "18th International Two-Spirit Princess." In an oral history interview, Houle claimed that she had a vision of dancing in a jingle dress and acquired the regalia shortly thereafter following a consultation with an Elder. She referred to the dress as a "healing dress" in this interview.
Collection consists of 6 photographs documenting scenes of the Northwest in 1885. The first five photographs depict the 95th Battalion of the Manitoba Grenadiers and the landscape and camp at Fort Qu'appelle, Saskatchewan. John Pattison, the father of the original owner of the images, E.J. Pattison, is depicted in at least one of the images. The sixth photograph depicts Major General Frederick Middleton and members of the North-West Field Force meeting with Chief Day Star (Kīsikāwacāhk) and his Plains Cree followers for a pipe-stem ceremony near Quill Lake, Saskatchewan.
Fonds consists of recordings on Betacam and U-Matic cassettes of television commercials advertising the Kern-Hill Furniture Co-op in Winnipeg, MB. The recordings were produced for several television studios in Winnipeg and Portage La Prairie, MB, and Grand Forks, ND, including Global TV, A Channel, and WDAZ-8, and possibly others. The commercials advertise sales and deals at the business, and feature owners Nick Hill and Nick Hill Junior. The individual cuts for each commercial feature an ISCI code, often identified on the labels on the cassettes themselves. The cassettes in the fonds are arranged chronologically.
Fonds reflects Victor Dobchuk’s career in the 1990s and early 2000s as a documentary film producer and director. Fonds consists of video recordings on cassettes or DVDs produced by Victor Dobchuk or his production company Malanka Productions Ltd. The recordings were used in the production of educational or documentary films related to labour, activism, and poverty in Winnipeg, Manitoba; either for Dobchuk’s own film projects through Malanka Productions, or on behalf of the activist organization CHO!CES.
The recordings are arranged into eight groupings by Dobchuk according to the subject they depict. The first is comprised of footage from CHO!CES meetings and demonstrations used for CHO!CES-related productions. The second relates to a speech by Judy Rebick on the Federal Bill C-76. The third shows several events related to the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives’ Alternative Federal Budget. The fourth is footage used for Dobchuk’s documentary film, “Fairness.” The fifth was used to document the Christmas LITE (Local Investment Towards Employment) Campaign over several years. The sixth documents the 1994 New Directions Conference: The Future of Work from a Socialist Perspective. The seventh is footage used for the 1997 documentary, “Plugging the Holes in the Rusty Bucket.” The remainder of the items are other documentaries by Dobchuk. The items retain Dobchuk’s own arrangement scheme.
The records of St Michael and All Angels held at the Diocese Archives include: Canonical Documents (1904-1947); Titles (1910-1914); Building Plans (1951-1955); Sacramental Registers (1910-1991); and photographs. Research File.
Fonds illustrates both Alf and Delza Longman’s ongoing relationship with the University of Winnipeg and its community of faculty, staff, and alumni, particularly Delza’s volunteer work with the Alumni Association. Fonds also reflects their personal lives and interests, particularly Canadian history and travel. Some of the records date from Alf’s early years at Wesley College in the 1910s and onward, and range to Delza’s final donation in 2013, but the majority of the material was generated in the 1960s-1990s when Delza was most active with the Alumni Association.
Fonds is arranged in the order of individual donations from Delza over the years and retains its original order with minimal intervention wherever possible. The records in the fonds include sound recordings of lectures, literature reviews, and interviews; correspondence; scrapbooks; newspaper clippings; photographs; essays; awards; some published items; and ephemera from the University and its historic colleges as well as historical Canadian or Manitoban events. Includes also two of Delza’s rug hookings.
This fonds consists of 320 slides of buildings and urban landscapes in Manitoba, predominately in Winnipeg, and 98 photographs that document the demolishment of buildings at Portage and Main and the construction of 201 Portage Avenue.
The records in the University of Winnipeg Library fonds contain: • administrative records of the United College and University of Winnipeg Library, including those of the library's committees that served the Senate and the Board of Regents • letters of thanks from the Chief Librarian to donors to the University of Winnipeg Library's acquisitions’ collection • correspondence related to the changes to the National Library of Canada's online database • drawings of the mezzanines in the library, possibly created by students as part of a class project • correspondence regarding the library’s proposal for housing and cataloguing playwrights’ work, published or unpublished, into the Library's Rare Book Room • the Stimpson Science Fiction Collection Inventory, prepared by The University of Winnipeg Library • records related to the Library and Policy and Planning Group including policies and the Library Mission Statement • manuals for the University of Winnipeg Library’s automated periodicals systems and resources for professional development • correspondence related to the donation of books to the University of Winnipeg library records related to Archives Day 1983 and records related to the storage of library materials off- site • University of Winnipeg telephone directory from 1999/2000 and a memorandum about Emergency Procedures agreed upon by the Library Policy & Planning Group • contacts sheets and 30 negatives related to the library ceremony for the unveiling of the Rutherford Plaque • records related to a library review survey and Library Board/Committee agendas and minutes • Collective Agreement for 1995-1997 between the Board of Regents of the University of Winnipeg and the University of Winnipeg Faculty Association • histories of Manitoba College, Wesley College and United College and material dealing with Copyright and Intellectual Property • materials related to the Western Canada Pictorial Index; brochures and pamphlets of the University of Winnipeg, administrative records of the Library Board and the Library Policy and Planning Group • records of the Association of Records Managers and Administrators (ARMA), papers written by Dr. William R. Converse • correspondence, newspaper clippings and reports by Dr. Marsha P. Hanen and Dr. Constance Rooke • records related to Library Information Systems, Watfile Data Base Management Software and Quattro Pro • records related to the Religion and Life Week lecture series • minutes of the United College Senate and the University of Winnipeg Senate (open and closed), Board of Regents, Library Board and the Faculty Council of Arts and Sciences Library Committee.