The records of St Barnabas held at the Diocese Archives include: Canonical Files (1918-2005); Titles (1964); Sacramental Registers (1911-1944); Records of Service (1910-1977); Baptism register (7 Jan 1909 - 13 May 1994); Marriage register (29 Oct 1919 - 23 July 2005); Burial register (22 Feb 1912 - 21 March 2016); Minutes of Annual Meetings (1910-1987); Ledger Book (1919-1954); W.A. Minutes (1919-1961); W.A. Pembina Deanery Minutes (1919-1933); Junior W.A. Minutes (1948-1950); A.C.W. Minute Book (1966); W.A. Financial Records (1919-1948); Financial Ledger (1947-1950); W.A. Ledger Book (1959-1997); Little Helpers Record Book (1942-1956); Guest Book (1966-1967); W.A. Parochial Schedules, Annual Reports; Still images (photographs); Research File.
Collection includes architectural drawings created by Stan Osaka in the course of his career, including his independent career and during the course of his work as a partner at IKOY; reports written by Osaka on space allocation at the University of Manitoba; and records of Osaka’s work history. Copies of drawings from local firms, presumably received in connection to renovation projects Osaka worked on, are also found in this collection. This collection also includes originals of the academic projects of architect Dennis Carter.
Collections include textual, graphic, and MIS records created by de Forest over his career, largely pertaining to his time as a professor in the Faculty of Architecture. Also includes a collection of published materials, including architectural design journals.
Fonds largely pertain to the design career of Grant Marshall, including teaching positions at the University of Manitoba (as well as many teaching slides) and private interior design business. Also features records pertaining to ballet costume design, fashion, and Marshall’s fashion boutique, The Third Step; Marshall’s artwork and exhibitions; primary, secondary, and post-secondary education; and personal records such as family photos and correspondence.
The records include original and reproduced architectural sketches of residential and summer homes in Manitoba and Ontario; sketches include floor plans, elevations, site plans, and perspectives. Sheets present preliminary and proposed plans for future homes, as well as proposed alterations to existing structures. Some information about homes’ electrical wiring and building notes are provided. With the exception of some mild staining and minor tears, the records are in good condition overall.
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.
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.