The Royal Winnipeg Ballet Alumni Association fonds includes: constitutions (1991-2004); records of the advisory committee (1989); records of the executive (1990-2018); records of annual meetings (1990- 2017); records of the general committee (1991-2008); Update newsletter (1990-2018); directories (1992-2017); records of anniversary celebrations, including photographs (1999-2015); records of the British Columbia Alumni Association (1991-2008); archives planning (1973-2010); Bank of Montreal Certificate and Agreement (1991); By-Law Amendment 1B (1992); records of the Alumni Association Scholarships (2016-2017); “Things” Consignment Contract (2014); and articles of agreement.
The Max Wyman fonds includes the following series: resume (1987); newspaper articles (1998-2003); reviews (1988 - 1990),correspondence (1979); Revealing Dance promotional material (2001); biographical information ; and records of the Max Wyman Award (2017).
This fonds consists of records related to the University of Winnipeg’s sports teams in men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball, the Wesmen; as well as the University of Winnipeg’s Athletic Department, facilities, and staff. Many of the records were generated by the University of Winnipeg, documenting its seasonal teams and games or invitational tournaments – photographs, programs, posters, booklets, brochures, media reports, correspondence, and video recordings. Other similar records were generated by the sports governing bodies, such as U Sports (previously Canadian Interuniversity Sport Association or Canadian Interuniversity Sport). The Athletic Department also collected newspaper or magazine articles related to the Wesmen or the University of Winnipeg from a variety of publications. The records are divided into eight series. The first is comprised of those newspaper clippings. The second relates to the Wesmen Classic, the iconic annual invitational tournament held in Winnipeg with teams from across Canada. The third relates to the annual activities of the Wesmen and the Athletic Department: primarily the seasonal teams and games through sports governing bodies, but including other invitational tournaments and the Athletic Department’s staff and facilities. The fourth series relates to the planning and execution of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport basketball championships, which were hosted by the University of Winnipeg in 2004 and 2005. The fifth series is comprised of a variety of photographs. The sixth series is comprised of posters produced by the University for its annual Wesmen teams and tournaments. The seventh series contains several video recordings of Wesmen games or interviews with Wesmen players and staff. Finally, the eighth series contains several miscellaneous objects related to the Wesmen or the University’s athletic history.