Fonds Pc 174 (A.05-08) - Jayesh Maniar fonds

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Jayesh Maniar fonds

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CA UMASC Pc 174 (A.05-08)

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  • 1948-[ca.1960] (Creation)
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    Maniar, Jayesh

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6 films.

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Jayesh Maniar was a mathematics teacher at Oak Park High School between 1982 and 2004. In 1994, he was a recipient of the Prime Minister's Awards for Teaching Excellence. In 2007, he was appointed to the position of Teaching Vice-Principal at General Wolfe School.

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The fonds was donated by Jayesh Maniar to University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections in 2005. Jayesh Maniar's father collected the films.

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The fonds consists of six films. The first film, labeled "Jack Frost", shows the Santa Claus Parade in what is believed to be Toronto during the 1950s (6:15). The second film depicts the Santa Claus Parade in Winnipeg in 1948 (5:45). The third film is of a young Indian girl performing a traditional dance routine during the 1960s (4:45). The fourth film shows a veterans parade in Winnipeg during the 1960s and the laying of wreaths (2:45). The fifth and sixth films are commercially produced films featuring clips of silent movie stars Harold Lloyd, "Fatty" Arbuckle and Charlie Chaplin (7:00), as well as musical performances by the Eton Boys titled "I Want a Girl," "Bicycle Built for Two," and "My Gal Sal" (7:50).

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UMA-TV

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