The Pembina Manitou Archive holds three collections of records pertaining to Nellie Letitia McClung. The largest collection is a digital copy of the Nellie L McClung Fond held at the Royal British Columbia Archive in Victoria. The second is the Archibald Historical museum collection of photographs and documents collected in association with their preservation of the Hasselfield Log House in which McClung boarded when she first came to Manitou and the McClung House in which Nellie and Wes McClung resided and raised their family during their time in Manitou. The third includes documents donated directly to the Pembina Manitou archive relating to the lives of Nellie and Wes McClung during their time in the Manitou area.
Fonds consists of three posters created jointly by the University of Manitoba’s College of Nursing and Two-Spirited People of Manitoba, Inc. as a project to raise awareness and increase knowledge about Two Spirit People in both historical and contemporary terms. The project was called “Two Spirit Truths: Returning to the Circle” and included Elder Albert McLeod, Dr. Elaine Murdoch, Chantelle Chartier, and River Steele Guillas. The posters are available in both printed and digital format.
The records of St. John's parish include Vestry and AGM minutes (1994-2016), finance committee and reports (1960-2014), bequest information (2016), Vestry book (2014-2018), and inventory and property information (1993-2018).
CA UWA 18.029, 18.030, 18.031, 18.032, 18.033, 19.022, 19.023, 19.024, 19.025, 19.026
Fonds reflects the role and activities of Two-Spirited People of Manitoba Inc. as an advocacy organization for Two-Spirit people. Fonds includes records generated by the organization itself -- from meetings, gatherings, and other activities -- as well as records collected by members, particularly Albert McLeod, related to the organization’s mandate, such as press releases, photographs, and documents related to other Two-Spirit or Indigenous organizations. The fonds also includes several oral histories conducted with Two-Spirit individuals.
The RWB Board of Directors fonds includes the following series: records of the 70th Anniversary Committee (2007-2009); records of the Annual Meetings (1949-2018); records of the Audit Committee (2004); records of the Canada Council (1974-1988); records of the Capital Campaign (1987-1995); correspondence (1959-1996); development reports (1984-1985); records of the Executive (1962-1998); records of the Finance Committee (1989 – 1998); General Manager’s reports (1986-1987); job descriptions [1986-1988]; records regarding the Manitoba Opera (1998-2000); records of the Membership Committee (1966-1986); records of the General Board (1952-2018); records of the Production Committee (1962-1991); records of the Special Arrangements Committee (1995); strategic planning (1996-2016); records of the Sustaining Applause Campaign (2005); and other records (1974-2018).