This sous-fonds contains records related to the creation and running of St. Agnes Guild and Children’s Hospital Book Market including membership lists, by-laws, correspondence, meeting minutes, financial statements, and operations. Also contained within the sous-fonds are records pertaining to different activities and anniversaries including promotional materials, scrapbooks, photographs, and correspondence.
St. Agnes Guild of the Children's Hospital, Winnipeg
This sous-fonds contains materials detailing the activities of the Children's Hospital Book Market including reports, meeting minutes, financials, history and news clippings, advertising materials, membership and correspondence.
The Harry Trager fonds consists of letters and correspondence from various people and departments as well as reports. More notable items include a speech addressed to Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Anne and Prince Phillip, as well as election speeches and candidate statements in rough and good drafts.
The Canadian National Telegraph collection consists of site plans of 26 locations of the northern route north of The Pas, including wire run down line and into location information, wiring information and wiring diagrams, which were utilised primarily at the local office by plant technicians and linemen. It also consists of Siemens Automatic Teleprinter Exchange TWK Instruction Manuals, CNT Installation Instructions, Circuit diagrams, technical training, circuit descriptions, and specifications for lines maintenance, etc. The Canadian National Telegraph Company, a part of the Canadian National Railway, established telegraph lines along the railways. The local office closed 31 December 1994, with MTS taking over the work.
The fonds consists of a University chemistry notebook (ca. 1930), a letter to Bert Hutton’s father (1909) and a letter from Sports Illustrated to Bert Hutton about an article he submitted to them on Ducks Unlimited (1957), an article written for The Beaver, and a seven page autobiography on the Hutton family (from after 1974).