The Eva von Gencsy fonds includes the following series: alumni questionnaire (1991); newspaper articles (1950-2013); biographical information (1948-); records of the Hope and Wellness Centre; photographs (1948-1953); and obituaries (2013).
Collections include textual, graphic, and MIS records created by de Forest over his career, largely pertaining to his time as a professor in the Faculty of Architecture. Also includes a collection of published materials, including architectural design journals.
Fonds largely pertain to the design career of Grant Marshall, including teaching positions at the University of Manitoba (as well as many teaching slides) and private interior design business. Also features records pertaining to ballet costume design, fashion, and Marshall’s fashion boutique, The Third Step; Marshall’s artwork and exhibitions; primary, secondary, and post-secondary education; and personal records such as family photos and correspondence.
Collection includes architectural drawings created by Stan Osaka in the course of his career, including his independent career and during the course of his work as a partner at IKOY; reports written by Osaka on space allocation at the University of Manitoba; and records of Osaka’s work history. Copies of drawings from local firms, presumably received in connection to renovation projects Osaka worked on, are also found in this collection. This collection also includes originals of the academic projects of architect Dennis Carter.
Fonds consists of a teacher's certificate (1949), Manitoba Normal School year book (1949), correspondence, exercise book of Nellie Harburn's, teacher's agreements, Grace Hospital School of Nursing diploma (1959), and miscellaneous material. Black and white photographs of Castle Hill School, water tower, General Store (all 1945), Summerville School students (1946-1947).
Fonds consists of daily attendance registers (1944-1959, missing 1946-1948), minute book (1937-1961), finance books (1945-1960), annual financial reports (1949-1960), reports on teachers (1952-1960), tax notices (1951-1956). One black and white photograph showing unidentified students and [teachers] (1902-1903). Registers are indexed for students and teachers.