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J. R. Léveillé

  • CA ASHSB 0348
  • Fonds
  • 1933-2007, predominant 1969-2006

Le fonds comprend des manuscrits, des notes de recherche et de voyages, des ébauches et des copies de corrections d'épreuve d'oeuvres récentes publiées et non publiées de Roger Léveillé. On a dit de l'écriture de Roger Léveillé qu'il a fait 'éclater les formes réalistes de la fiction qui, jusqu'à la fin des années 1960 ont dominé la prose littéraire du Manitoba français tout comme celle qui se publiait au Canada en dehors du Québec. Roger Léveillé s'est beaucoup intéressé à l'histoire de la littérature franco-manitobaine et a maintenu des relations épistolaires avec plusieurs écrivains ou artistes franco-manitobains dont Paul Savoie, Annette Saint-Pierre, Guy Gauthier, Louis-Philippe Corbeil, Jean-Pierre Dubé, Pauline Morier, Bernard Mulaire et Suzanne Gauthier. Cette correspondance fait partie du fonds. Il a participé aussi à des associations d'écrivains ou d'éditeurs provinciaux et nationaux. Un certain nombre de dossiers documentent cette activité. Roger Léveillé a maintenu des liens étroits avec Louis-Philippe Corbeil (1917-1993). Il a reçu de nombreux textes de ce dernier, dont l'essentiel de son oeuvre poétique, y compris les manuscrits de poèmes publiés aux Éditions du Blé et une partie de sa correspondance personnelle en plus des documents qui font partie de sa succession. Il est dit de Louis-Philippe Corbeil qu'il est le premier des poètes franco-manitobains à vivre et à pratiquer la poésie dans la grande tradition du XIXe siècle. Le fonds comprend des textes de Guy Gauthier (1939- ), romancier, dramaturge et poète natif de Saint-Norbert, Manitoba, qui a fait carrière à New York. Le fonds comprend aussi des textes de Robert Prenovault (1946- ), artiste qui a étudié entre autres, en 1970, les beaux-arts à Regina sous Joe Fafard. On y trouve aussi des textes de Marc Prescott, dramaturge franco-manitobain, et un texte de Denis Combet. On y trouve des dossiers de publication de titres des Éditions du Blé et de Ink Inc. En plus, le fonds comprend les documents de recherche entourant la production d'une émission spéciale de Radio-Canada sur Marie-Anna Adèle Roy. En 2009, des documents ayant appartenus à Jacques Gérard Léveillé, père de Roger Léveillé, ont été ajoutés au fond. L'ensemble de ce fonds documente l'activité des écrivains francophones du Manitoba et de l'édition franco-manitobaine de la deuxième moitié du XXe siècle.

Léveillé, J. R. (1945- )

Frères Horace et Oscar Morier

  • CA ASHSB 0352
  • Fonds
  • 1897-1943

Le fonds documente l'arrivée et la vie de la famille Morier au Manitoba. On y trouve des renseignements au sujet de leurs activités maraîchères de 1899 à 1950. On y trouve principalement des documents comptables et financiers dont des journaux comptables (journaux de recettes et de dépenses). On y trouve également des documents biographiques. Il contient aussi une série de 39 photographies représentant les résidences, les serres, les remises, le moulin à vent, des voitures et des membres de la famille. Y sont aussi représentées des vues de Saint-Vital et du chemin Sainte-Marie au tournant du siècle. Des coupures de presse documentent des activités de piété et des intérêts litéraires et politiques. Il s'y trouve aussi un plan de subdivision, des billets d'honneur et une documentation sur l'escale à Winnipeg du premier hydravion Felixtone à avoir traversé le Canada en 1920.

Morier, Horace, 1876-1965 et Morier, Oscar, 1875-1954

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

Henri G. Francq fonds

  • CA MCK 66-1997 & 12-1999
  • Fonds
  • c.1961 - c.1991

This fonds contains records pertaining to the career of Henri Francq at Brandon University, although the majority are concerned with his writing career after his retirement. Fonds includes published versions of his work, and an even greater number of unpublished manuscripts, and research material dealing with the Nazi holocaust and Ernst Zundel. Francq was a fierce opponent of fascism and racism. His work was dedicated principally to a critique of right-wing ideology and its political manifestations. His satirical works are all highly critical of modern society and politics. This fonds also contains a few issues of "La Revue de L'Universite Laval" from 1966.

Henri G. Francq

S.J. McKee Papers

  • CA MCK RG 1 MG1 1.1 McKee
  • Fonds
  • 1880-1937

S.J. McKee's files are very unique. He has records detailing many aspects from Rapid City Academy and the desire for educating the West. He has a lengthy document entitled "The Beginning of our Educational Work in the West" in the collection. It details the creation of Prairie College, its demise, and the building of the Rapid City Academy. There is a lot of correspondence, not just to and from S.J. McKee, but to and from his children as well. There are Land Titles papers, Mortgages, Last Will and Testaments, and various other legal documents dealing with the McKee family. There is a ninety page paper that his son, Carey, wrote in 1915 entitled "Immigrants and Their Assimilation". There are several files dealing with Carey McKee, and also with the death of Mildred's husband, Robert Alexander Cunningham. The Minute Book of the Brandon College Literary Society from 1903 to 1905 is located at the moment in the McKee files. McKee also kept various newsclippings and certain issues of "The Western Baptist", "The Northwest Baptist" and "The Sunday School Times". As well, there are some used account and receipt books. His collection is extremely interesting in that McKee was really one of the founding fathers of Brandon College. The documentation that still exists with regards to Rapid City Academy is quite astounding, down to the legal agreement he and G.B. Davis made with Duncan L. McLaren regarding using some of his land to build the school on. His recollections on the beginnings of education in the west are clear and concise. As well, the sense of family and devotion to God are evident in almost all of the letters between family members.

S.J. McKee

Mennonite Writers Collection.

  • CA MHCA Volume 3389, 4465-4469, 4557-4567
  • Fonds
  • 193-?-196-?

This collection consists of the unpublished writings from a number of "Russlaender" (Russian Mennonite) authors who were active in Canada from the 1930s to the 1960s. The Arnold Dyck part of the collection consists of letters and artwork by Arnold Dyck, editor and writer who lived in Steinbach, Manitoba for many years. A separate biography of Dyck and also of Jacob H. Janzen of Waterloo, Ontario are included. The Dyck papers came to Menno Simons College courtesy of Hedwig Knoop of Uchte, Germany. Another larger part of the collection includes some published writings and photocopies of original manuscripts by Peter G. Epp. Most of Epp's papers are housed at the Mennonite Library and Archives, North Newton Kansas (inventory of from MLA is included here). There is also card index file for these writers for items published in Mennonitische Warte and Der Bote.

Menno Simons College

Elizabeth Wilcox fonds

  • Fonds
  • 2012

The Elizabeth Wilcox fonds includes an obituary (2012).

Stanley Simmons fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1971

The Stanley Simmons fonds includes a newspaper article (1971).

Simmons, Stanley

Susan Benson fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1986

The Susan Benson fonds includes the following series: a biography and newspaper clippings (1986); and two photographs (1986).

Suzanne Mess fonds

  • Fonds
  • 1969

The Suzanne Mess fonds includes a newspaper article (1969).

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