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- CA DHM 1978.16-01-1978.16.22
Part of Laurie V. Smith Collection
Daily Journal for 1902-1903 written by Nicholas King. The journal reflects Nicholas J. King's daily life and the operation of his farm in the Rural Municipality of Daly, Manitoba near Brandon, Manitoba.
- CA UMASC Mss 42, PC 292, TC 156 [A.08-67, A.09-28, A.10-31, A.11-09]-008-01-11
Text: (Front): ‘PRIDE/ 10 YEARS OF LESBIAN, GAY, BI PRIDE/WINNIPEG -1996’
Ink Colour: Red/Orange/Yellow/Green/Blue (Rainbow)
Shirt Colour: Black
Image: (Front): Rainbow coloured ‘Pride’ text underlined with rays of colour (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Indigo, Violet).
Material: 100% Cotton.
- CA UMASC Mss 42, PC 292, TC 156 [A.08-67, A.09-28, A.10-31, A.11-09]-008-01-13
- June 20 -28, 1992
Text: (Front): ‘PRIDE 92’; (Back): ‘WINNIPEG’S 6th Annual Gay/Lesbian Pride March/ We Are The People In Your Neighbourhood/ Lesbian/Gay Pride Week/ June 20th to 28th. 1992’
Ink Colour: Black, Green, Yellow and Pink
Shirt Colour: White
Image: (Front): Sketch of two male (♂) and two female (♀) gender symbols joined to create one large circle, with pink triangles inside the circle. ‘PRIDE 92’ inside the circle on a yellow background. Entire symbol superimposed on a green background.
Material: 100% Cotton.
- CA UMASC Mss 42, PC 292, TC 156 [A.08-67, A.09-28, A.10-31, A.11-09]-008-01-24
Text: (Front): ‘The Canadian Women’s Festival ‘85/ Le Festival Des Femmes Canadiennes’
(Back): ‘ON STAGE’
Ink Colour: Pink and Blue
Shirt Colour: Pink
Image: (Front): Sketch of three people dancing.
Material: 50% Cotton, 50% Polyester.
- CA DHM 1978.14-31
- May 1, 1891
Photograph of a train carrying settlers from South Dakota. The train is stopped with people standing on top and in front. Bound for the Canadian North-West, this CPR train arrived in Winnipeg on May 1st, 1891. The following messages were written on the sides of the train: "Good-bye South Dakota. Bound for the Canadian North-West. Free land. Plenty of timber. Pure water. No more 2 bushels per acre. No more opaline fuel. No more 5 mile water haul. No more grinding machine agents. Hurrah for Canada."
- CA UMASC Mss 42, PC 292, TC 156 [A.08-67, A.09-28, A.10-31, A.11-09]-006-03-91
- October 13, 1990
PFLAG: "Native American Cultures: Homosexuality & the Family" by Phil Tingley, MSW; Ron Rowell, MPH; Tom Lidot; Ann Sisk, MA. October 13, 1990. National Convention - Anaheim, CA.
- CA UMASC Mss 42, PC 292, TC 156 [A.08-67, A.09-28, A.10-31, A.11-09]-006-01-034
- 1990 - ?
This U-matic tape contains two episodes of the Coming Out! cable access tv program produced by the Winnipeg Gay Media Collective:
Cut 1: Interview with Faith Nolan, singer-songwriter from Nova Scotia, at Winnipeg Folk Festival 07.07.1990.
Cut 2: Interview with “Two Nice Girls,” lesbian singing group from Texas, at Winnipeg Folk Festival, 08.07.1990.
Winnipeg Gay Media Collective