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Seven Oaks General Hospital collection

  • UMCMA SOGH
  • Collection
  • 1979-2009

This collection consists of 15 Hollinger boxes and 8 archival shoeboxes of material relating to the history of Seven Oaks General Hospital, including its construction and the construction of the hospital's Wellness Institute. Material relating to the construction and promotion of Seven Oaks and the Wellness Institute is also included in the collection. The majority of the photographs in this collection are of members of the hospital's staff and board members at events in and supporting the hospital. Also included in the collection are copies of the hospital's newsletters, VHS copies of local television programs featuring the hospital, and copies of speeches and other public relations material.

Seven Oaks General Hospital

George A. Stewart fonds

  • CA WAF gstewart
  • Fonds
  • 1959 - 1976

Fonds includes original architectural drawings for public libraries (Fort Garry, St. Vital), churches (Fort Richmond Lutheran, Fort Garry United Church and its education building) and a private residence (proposed residence and extension for W.J. Hudson).
WAF also has digital copies of a personal scrapbook on permanent loan. Details available by request.

Stewart, George A.

Manitoba Association of Architects fonds

  • CA WAF WAF MAA
  • Fonds
  • 1906 - 2014

Records primarily consist of meeting minutes, correspondence, project files, industry research, and copies of newsletters and periodicals related to the work of Manitoban architects. Fonds includes information about Winnipeg’s Metropolitan amalgamation, Winnipeg Art Gallery Competition, Canadian Museum for Human Rights, and the MAA’s connections to the University of Manitoba School of Architecture, and other projects. Some records identified as being created by the Manitoba Architects’ Wives Association.

Andrew Stewart Papers

  • CA UWA IN-9
  • Fonds
  • 1897 - 1925

The papers are arranged into three series, including personal files, charters of various student organizations, and financial records related to students and Wesley College. The first series consists of Stewart’s family tree (c. 1925) and handwritten articles, including “The Problem of the City,” “The Real Origin of Missionary Work,” and “The Position of the Prophet in the State.” The second series consist of copies of the first edition of VOX Wesleyana published in January 1897, and the founding charters for a number of student organizations in Wesley College, including Debating Society, Y.W.C.A., Dramatic Society, VOX Wesleyana, Athletic Associations, Constitution of the Student Body of Wesley College, and the W.S.A., which likely date to c. 1897. The third series consists of financial records related to students at Wesley College from 1899 to 1915, and includes a Treasurer’s Book of the Educational Fund, Manitoba and North-West Conference of the Methodist Church.

Stewart, Andrew

Arthur L. Phelps Papers

  • CA UWA IN-24; 88-15
  • Fonds
  • 1910 - 1962

The papers are arranged into three series, which includes scripts from his CBC radio broadcasts, correspondence and newspaper clippings, and an audio cassette tape. The first series includes scripts from his CBC radio broadcasts from 1940 to 1962. In his broadcasts he discussed a diversity of subject matter, including his perception of Canadian culture and his generation. He discussed women’s rights and racism, the role of religion in culture, and Canadian and provincial identity among a myriad of topics. The second series includes newspaper clippings and correspondence from 1910 to 1960, which includes an article about Phelps becoming a United College fellow, and letters from the CBC to A.D. Longman about obtaining scripts of Phelps’ broadcasts. The third series contains one audio cassette, Saps Running, by Phelps.

Phelps, Arthur L.

A.S. Cummings Papers

  • CA UWA IN-10
  • Fonds
  • [193-]

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.

Cummings, Arthur Stewart

Andrew Browning Baird Papers

  • CA UWA IN-1
  • Fonds
  • 1889-1937; predominate 1898-1925

The papers consist of one series, correspondence, which is divided into four sub-series, including business correspondence, faculty correspondence, general and personal correspondence, and student correspondence. The series includes both incoming and outgoing correspondence, and is arranged either alphabetically according to the sender’s last name or chronologically, and according to perceived subject matter. It was created between 1889 and 1937, and predominately from 1898 to 1925. The correspondence almost exclusively relates to Manitoba College, and Baird’s work as administrator and professor in the theology department, and as Acting Principal.
The first sub-series contains correspondence related to business from 1889 to 1923. The correspondence includes a wide variety of content, some of which relate to discussions of finances, property, donations and business arrangements of the Presbyterian Church and Manitoba College. The second sub-series contains correspondence related to the faculty of Manitoba College from 1898 to 1921, and specifically deals with the theological department and Baird’s work as Acting Principal. The content of the correspondence is varied, and includes discussions on the hiring of faculty, committee meetings, salaries, and faculty and student recommendations. The third sub-series contains general and personal correspondence and documents created between 1898 and 1937, and predominately from 1898 to 1924. The correspondence generally relates to Manitoba College and Baird’s work as a professor in the theology department and Acting Principal, and his work as a Presbyterian minister. The fourth sub-series contains correspondence from and about students created between 1893 and 1925, and primarily from 1898 to 1925. The content of the correspondence relates to a variety of student concerns, which includes convocation, curriculum, finances, recommendations, admission, and other concerns related to the theology department or Baird’s role as Acting Principal.

Baird, Andrew Browning

University of Winnipeg Club fonds

  • CA UWA 88.026, 16.012, 16.023
  • Fonds
  • 1971 - 2016

Fonds consists of records generated by the operations of the University of Winnipeg Club, as a venue for the leisure of its members and for various booked events, as well as an incorporated business with a Board of Directors. The records are primarily comprised of minutes of the Board’s meetings and the Annual General Meeting; the official documentation of its incorporation status, its liquor license, its by-laws, some of its staff positions, catering contracts, and its lease with the University of Winnipeg; and also include ephemera and photographs from Club events, correspondence, lists of its members, and a technical drawing for a major renovation.

University of Winnipeg Club

University of Winnipeg Women's Auxiliary

  • CA UWA 77.001; 79.001; 80.001; 88.10; 89.10; 05.001
  • Fonds
  • 1920-2004

The fonds consists of three series: Series 1: Manitoba College Women's Auxiliary, 1920-1932; Series 2: Women's Auxiliary of United College, 1936-1966; University of Winnipeg Women's Auxiliary, 1945-2004. All series contain minutes, membership lists (including church representatives), reports, financial records, correspondence, and related records. The University of Winnipeg series also includes obituary notices for some members (1979-1987), as well as miscellaneous prayers, song sheets, newsclippings and historical notes.

University of Winnipeg. Women's Auxiliary

Sheila Dresen fonds

  • CA UWA 16.010
  • Fonds
  • Donated in June 2016

The fonds reflects George Scott Belton’s time at Wesley College in Winnipeg from 1925-1930. It consists of a photo album containing photos of Belton, his family and his friends. The majority of photos depict events and activities that Belton and his friends participated in at Wesley College in Winnipeg, including freshman initiations and the St. Patrick's Day Fight. The album also includes photos depicting scenes in Roblin and Mather, Manitoba and in Yorkton and Bangor, Saskatchewan.

Belton, George Scott

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