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Biohazard information files

  • UMCMA 10.2.13.
  • File
  • 1977 - 1994

File contains the following materials: : (1) Biohazards Control Cte. corres, minutes, 1977-86; (2) Biosafety approval summaries 1994-

Research Department

Sanatorium Board files

  • UMCMA 17.1.5.
  • Series
  • 1966

(1) historical material (TB) (2) corres 1966-75; (3) corres 1978-80

Sanatorium Board

Children's Hospital of Winnipeg fonds

  • CA HSCA/M F2
  • Fonds
  • 1909 - 1973

The fonds consist of records related to the Children’s Hospital of Winnipeg including newsletters, yearbooks and student records from the Children’s Hospital School of Nursing, departmental correspondence, meeting minutes, clippings, discussion papers and reports. The photograph collection contains images of patients, staff, volunteers and the various buildings in which the hospital has been situated. These images were digitized in 2009. There are also a small number of films as well as various pieces of artwork and artifacts including uniforms, trophies, china, silverware and medals

Children's Hospital of Winnipeg

George Thorman Textbook Collection

  • CA MCK 11-1999
  • Fonds
  • 1801 - 1967, predominant 1875 - 1940

Collection consists of textbooks covering the subject areas of: Agriculture, Art, Business Education, Economics, Composition, Grammar, Rhetoric, Literature, Plays, Poetry, Prose, Readers, Spelling, Phonics, Stories, Geography, Health, History, French, German, Greek, Italian, Latin, Algebra, Arithmetic, Geometry, Trigonometry, General mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Logic, Psychology, Religion, Research, Methods, Manuals, Astronomy, Botany, Chemistry, Physics, General science, Zoology, Cooking, and Gardening. Includes two notebooks. The works found in the collection were published primarily between 1875 - 1940, although they range from 1801 - 1967, with an emphasis on History, all areas of Mathematics, Research and topics related to English or Language Arts. There are a number of works published in the nineteenth-century dealing with most of the collection's subject areas. The majority of the collection focuses on public and high school textbooks, particularly in relation to the province of Ontario, with some attention to university education.

George Thorman

Pugh Family fonds

  • CA UMASC Mss 289, PC 140 (A.99-33)
  • Fonds
  • 1847 - 1998

The collection was created by Margaret Pugh who organized and preserved the family's history. The fonds consists of materials from four families linked to the Pugh Family: Broderick, Wilson, Stewart and Pawling. The fonds includes a large amount of correspondance and other textual material dating back to the mid 19th century up to 1998. A large quantity of Postcards from the late 1800s to the post-war period make up the niche portion of the collection. Margaret's father, Frederick Pugh, worked in the Research Bureau of the T.E. Eaton Company through the early 1900s until 1938, included in the collection is correspondance between him and executives of the company. Also contained in the collection are textual records of Margaret's career at Deer Lodge Hospital. These records provide some insight into the administrative activities of the dietary department at the veteran's institution. In addition, Margaret's collection of cookbooks and recipes provide a comprehensive insight into gendered domestic consumption and advertising in the post-war period. Overall, the records provide a vivid illustration of the activities of a family clan that lived in Southern Ontario during the 19th century and Winnipeg during and after the Edwardian period.

Pugh, Margaret

Marnie Cooke fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1991 – 1996

The Marnie Cooke fonds includes newspaper articles (1991-1996).

Charelle Thibault fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1998-2000

The Charelle Thibault fonds includes newspaper articles (1998-2000).

André-Augustin Forget

  • CA ASHSB 0385
  • Fonds
  • 1853 à 1881

Ce fonds contient un peu plus de 2 000 pages de correspondance manuscrite ainsi qu'une nécrologie parue dans le Métis en 1881. On y trouve aussi une courte biographie de Forget composée par Robert Painchaud. Cependant, le fonds contient surtout de la correspondance de la part des amis de Forget venant surtout du Collège de Montréal ou de la maison-mère des Soeurs Grises de Montréal. Dans sa correspondance, Forget décrit ses voyages ainsi que ses déboires causés par sa maladie et son désir intense de joindre les rangs des religieux. Cette correspondance nous permet aussi de retracer une partie de l'histoire du Collège de Saint-Boniface et de l'Université du Manitoba. En outre, on y trouve une bonne quantité d'information portant sur les activités du Collège de Montréal et des zouaves pontificaux.

Forget, André-Augustin, 1835-1881