Series consists of photographs, newspaper clippings, memorial programs, funeral arrangements, tributes, speeches, photocopies of certificates, driver’s licenses, membership cards, jewelry appraisals, biographical information and poems related to Edith Evelyn Turner. The scrapbook was created by Jeanette Kirk, the wife of Miss Turner’s Nephew.
The collection reflects Edith Evelyn Turner’s career at the Children’s Hospital, the Winnipeg General Hospital and the Health Sciences Center. Her records document her work as a student, a nurse, a supervisor, a staffing co-ordinator, a designer, and an advisor. The collection has been arranged into seven series and includes textbooks, photographs, pins and name badges, yearbooks and a graduation programme, silver spoons, and design patents.
Series consists of images concerning University of Winnipeg coaches, and a variety of University athletic activities, basketball, fencing, hockey, weight lifting, volleyball, curling, field hockey, football, squash, swimming, skating, sports facilities, & CPR classes.
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
The fonds consists of a photograph of a Rummely threshing machine owned by four families in the Neepawa area during the 1930s. The fonds also contains a clipping featuring a poem written by Frank Dudenhoffer in 1948 that was printed for the Centennial of Neepawa in 1983.
The papers are divided into two series, including the manuscript for A History of Wesley College written by Cummings, and miscellaneous papers. The first series contains the handwritten manuscript--often written on the backs of meeting minutes and class lists--for Cummings history of Wesley College published in 1938. His manuscript details the history of the college from the 1880s until the 1930s. The second series consists of miscellaneous papers, including the draft of the table of contents for his book, and lists of award recipients.
Series consists of typed and handwritten records by Laura Johnson which provide information on concepts of mental health, leadership, the history of public health nursing in Manitoba, and general nursing practices.