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Nolan Reilly fonds

  • Fonds
  • 2006–

Fonds consists of oral history projects completed by Nolan Reilly as the Primary Investigator, or completed by students under his supervision as a Professor of History at the University of Winnipeg.

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Janis Thiessen fonds

  • Fonds
  • 2011–

Fonds consists of oral history projects completed by Janis Thiessen as the Primary Investigator, or projects/interviews completed by students under Dr. Thiessen's supervision as a Professor of History at the University of Winnipeg.

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Debby Lexier fonds

  • CA WAF CA WAF Debby Lexier
  • Fonds
  • 1960-1990

Fonds includes textual and graphic records collected by Debby Lexier throughout the course of her interior design career. The records reflect her involvement and interest in the Manitoba Design Institute (MDI), the Design Management Centre (DMC), the Professional Interior Designers Institute of Manitoba (PIDIM), Design Canada, and the National Design Council. The collection contains internal materials (such as MDI Board of Directors minutes, program evaluations, and financial information) and correspondence, as well as external and promotional content (such as brochures, newsletters, and various publications).

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Kaleida, St Mary/St Alban fonds

  • CA DRL OW043
  • Fonds
  • 1891-1991

The records of St Mary/St Alban include: Canonical Documents; Titles; Blueprints; Sacramental Register; Record of Service Book; Vestry Minutes; a research file, and one photograph.

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Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada fonds

  • CA DRL Acc: 84 -14
  • Fonds
  • 1903 - 1937

The records of The Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada held at the Diocese of Rupert's Land archives include: missionary reports (1903 -1908); a lantern slide transcript; "Bulletin" (1931 and 1937); and lantern slides.

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William Alfred Burman fonds

  • CA DRL M.13
  • Fonds
  • 1879-1906

The fonds consists of manuscript letters, newspaper clippings of interest to Burman and copies of his own publications. The contents reflects Burman's broad interests including Indigenous culture, the Arctic, the Church Missionary Society (CMS), the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (SPCK), and Uganda. There are twelve files of materials. See file and box list, and key word list for subject contents.

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Wilfred C. Lockhart Papers

  • CA UWA IN-16; 90-
  • Fonds
  • 1954 - 1973

Wilfred C. Lockhart (1906-1991) served as the Principal of United College in Winnipeg from 1955 to 1967, and subsequently served as the President of the University of Winnipeg until his retirement in 1971. Under his tenure the United College’s downtown campus underwent tremendous growth and transformation with the construction of several new buildings.
The Crowe Case (as it has become known) is one of the most significant events in the history of United College, and in the history of academic freedom in Canada. In March 1958, Lockhart anonymously received through the mail a letter that was addressed from Harry S. Crowe--a tenured history professor on academic leave--to his fellow United College professor William (Vilijo) Packer of the German department. Lockhart was deeply offended by the contents of the letter, which he viewed as highly disrespectful and disparaging of United College, its principles and many of its faculty. Lockhart sent a letter to Crowe stating that he had received and kept the letter and suggested that Crowe find employment elsewhere. Crowe, angry that Lockhart received, read and kept his private letter, refused to resign. Increasingly bitter and hostile negotiations between the College and Crowe began. Both Lockhart and Crowe gained detractors and supporters, and United College became extremely divided. The incident soon garnered massive amounts of attention, and not only from United College’s faculty, administration, and students—who signed petitions for both sides and picketed outside of the College for Crowe’s reinstatement--, but also garnered national attention from other universities, and extensive media coverage. The newly formed, and never tested, Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) was charged with investigating the matter. As the investigation wore on, Lockhart submitted a letter of resignation to the Board of Regents and explained in his letter that he felt he was unable to continue his post due to the constant “vicious, personal attacks” on his morals and character he had received during the Crowe Case. However, the Board did not accept his resignation, and the “Carry-on, Dr. Lockhart Committee” was formed and collected signed postcards sent from hundreds of Lockhart’s supporters. The Board of Regents fired Crowe in September 1958, and three professors (Reid, McNaught and Stingle) resigned in protest. The CAUT, however, concluded their investigation and recommended that Crowe be reinstated, but while Crowe was reinstated the three professors who had resigned were not. Ultimately, sixteen faculty members resigned from United College in protest, and the Crowe Case left a lasting impression on the College. The Crowe Case galvanized the newly formed Canadian Association of University Teachers, and marked the first time that university teachers nationally defended and investigated the academic freedom and tenure concerns of their colleague. It remains one of the most significant cases of academic freedom and tenure in Canada.

The papers have been arranged into five series, which include photographs; correspondence related to the Crowe Case; newspaper clippings on the Crowe Case; Lockhart’s incoming and outgoing correspondence about the Crowe Case; and Lockhart’s incoming and outgoing correspondence from 1961 to 1973, which relate to his work as principal. The first series is a photograph album, containing photographs and pamphlets from 1956 to c. 1963. These photographs relate to United College’s building fund in the late 1950s and early 1960s, which saw the construction of several new buildings on United College’s downtown campus. There are 18 photographs, mostly of campus buildings, including University College’s gym, Manitoba Hall, Riddell Hall, Ashdown Hall, Graham Hall, and Wesley Hall. As well as pictures of students in science labs and in the theatre, and unidentified and identified faculty of United College, including Professor Victor Leathers, Principal Lockhart, and Professor Eagle.
The second series includes correspondence related to the Crowe Case, and documents obtained by CAUT during their investigation, and are dated from 1954 to 1959. The series includes incoming and outgoing letters from Crowe, the Board of Colleges and Secondary Schools, the Board of Regents, various professors, Lockhart, law firms, students, and the United Church Observer. The content of the correspondence in the first folder of the series includes discussions on petitions from faculty and students, Crowe’s return to United College, Crowe’s termination, salary disputes, legal rights, Crowe’s claim that Lockhart illegally retained and photostated a private letter, The 1940 Statement of Principles on Academic Freedom and Tenure, CAUT, academic freedom, religious opinion, and protest resignations. The second folder contains a copy of Crowe’s original letter, the initial correspondence between Crowe and Lockhart, and the negotiations between Crowe and the Board. The third file contains correspondence between CAUT and the Board, meeting summaries and minutes on Crowe-Regent negotiations, and several statements from the parties involved, including students, faculty members, the Board, and Lockhart.
The third series contains photocopies of newspaper clippings covering the Crowe Case from November 1957 to October 1959.
The fourth series contains Lockhart’s incoming and outgoing correspondence from 1954 to 1959. The first folder contains incoming correspondence to Lockhart from July 1954 to May 1955, and mainly concerns his appointment as Principal of United College. The remaining files contain Lockhart’s incoming and outgoing correspondence from April 1958 to October 1959, and are almost exclusively letters supporting Lockhart in the Crowe Case, and as Principal.
The fifth series contains Lockhart’s incoming and outgoing correspondence from 1961 to 1973 and relates to his work as United College’s Principal. The correspondence includes letters of reference, condolence letters, investigation of student concerns, and student scholarships and financial aid.

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Delza Longman fonds

  • CA UWA UW 86.003, 88.036, 88.057, 94.001, 95.013, 96.006, 97.015, 97.023, 99.024, 00.017, 00.023, 00.059, 00.092, 00.096, 02.014, 02.015, 03.013, 06.008, 06.009, 07.003, 08.008, 08.011, 10.005, 10.006, 10.007, 11.004, 11.012, 12.006, 13.011, IN-15, SC-7, SC-8
  • Fonds
  • 1885 - 2013

Fonds illustrates both Alf and Delza Longman’s ongoing relationship with the University of Winnipeg and its community of faculty, staff, and alumni, particularly Delza’s volunteer work with the Alumni Association. Fonds also reflects their personal lives and interests, particularly Canadian history and travel. Some of the records date from Alf’s early years at Wesley College in the 1910s and onward, and range to Delza’s final donation in 2013, but the majority of the material was generated in the 1960s-1990s when Delza was most active with the Alumni Association.

Fonds is arranged in the order of individual donations from Delza over the years and retains its original order with minimal intervention wherever possible. The records in the fonds include sound recordings of lectures, literature reviews, and interviews; correspondence; scrapbooks; newspaper clippings; photographs; essays; awards; some published items; and ephemera from the University and its historic colleges as well as historical Canadian or Manitoban events. Includes also two of Delza’s rug hookings.

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Friends of Sam Waller Museum fonds

  • CA SWM RG5
  • Fonds
  • 2000-ongoing

The fonds consist of eighteen series: correspondence, meeting minutes, administration, financial records, and reports. These series describe the administration, operation, and financial health of the Friends of Sam Waller Museum. Correspondence records comprise of both inward and outward correspondence as well as notes pertaining to the organization. Administrative and board records include board meeting minutes and resolutions, forms, bylaws, policies, and press clippings.. This series also includes research involving the giftshop. The financial records take up the bulk of the fonds with information returns for every year that the Friends of Sam Waller Museum has been operation. Finally, there is a report that contains a proposal for the development of an endowment fund for the museum and the creation of the Friends of the Sam Waller Museum to facilitate this. As of right now the fonds are solely text based and on paper. The fonds comprises the dates of 2000 until the most recent accrual of documents from 2016.

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Stephen Schipper fonds

  • CA UWA UW 20.01, 20.04
  • Fonds
  • 1968 - 2019

Fonds reflects Schipper’s career in Canadian Theatre as a director and artistic director in several venues across Canada, with a particular focus on his role as Artistic Director of the Royal MTC from 1987-2019 in Winnipeg, MB. The records pertain to the multidisciplinary aspects of the role of an Artistic Director, including a mixture of administrative, dramaturgical, technical, and personal material, related to the production of individual shows, the planning of theatrical seasons, and the day-to-day business of the theatre’s box office. The records also pertain to Schipper’s extramural research and awards and early education.

Fonds is divided into three series. Two series divide 20.01: records from Schipper’s life and career prior to, and those during his tenure at the Royal MTC. The former is primarily comprised of records related to his work as Artistic Director at Huron Country Playhouse, 1985-1987, but also includes documents from his early education and other dramatic projects. Both series include personal notebooks, working scripts, production notes, design drawings, correspondence, reports, awards and certificates, and ephemera from various theatres and dramatic productions. The third series, 20.04, consists of audio recordings used in the dramaturgical process of the Royal MTC’s productions. They primarily include interviews between Schipper and psychiatrist Dr. Michael Eleff discussing the psychology of plays and their characters, but also some music, other interviews, and radio programs.

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