Nan Shipley:

An Inventory of Her Papers at the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections

Inventory prepared by Kathryn F. Dean
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
Winnipeg, Manitoba
(1982)

Finding aid encoded by Julianna Trivers (July 2002)
Finding aid written in English.

Revision History

  • July 26, 2005 - MSS 21, PC 21 converted from EAD 1.0 to 2002 by v1to02.xsl (sy2003-10-15).


Collection Summary

Repository:
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
Elizabeth Dafoe Library, University of Manitoba

Creator:
Nan Shipley

Title:
Nan Shipley

Dates:
1940-1978

Quantity:
2.3 m of textual records. -- 533 photographs.

Identification:
MSS 21, PC 21

Language
English.

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Biography of Nan Shipley

Chronology of Important Dates

1904 - Born in Glasgow, Scotland, daughter of Robert Somerville and Mary (MacDonald) Somerville.

1925 - Married George Shipley.

1955 - First book published by Ryerson Press Book "Anna and the Indians"

1960-61 - Radio and television series on Western Indian lore and culture given.

1965 - Woman of the Year in Manitoba award.

1966 - Good Citizen and Golden Boy Awards received.

1966-67 - Instructor at University of Manitoba Evening Institute.

1970 - Received North Dakota State University award for Historical Writing.

1970 - Presented a brief to Status of Women Commission on Women of Indian and Metis ancestry.

1972 - With Alex Grisdale, published "Wild Drums."

1974 - Published "Churchill: Canada's Northern Gateway:'(her 13th book) which received the Margaret McWilliams Medal.

1978 - Reader's Digest published condensed form of "Return to the River."

1979 - Paper given at University of Manitoba Annual Archives Symposium.

1981 - Anonymous donor established two Nan Shipley Scholarships.

1982 - Published "The International Peace Garden. 50th Anniversary." Peguis Press.

Biographical Sketch

Nan Somerville was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1904. In 1925 she married George Shipley. The couple had one daughter. Mrs. Shipley published thirteen books and several hundred stories and articles. Some of her better-known publications include Anna and the Indians (1955), Frances and the Crees (1957), The James Evans Story (1966), and Churchill: Canada's Northern Gateway (1974). Her active support of both Aboriginal peoples and Metis in Manitoba earned her many civic honours.

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Scope and Contents of the Papers

The collection includes lecture notes, manuscripts and published articles, radio and television scripts, maps, photographs, newspaper clippings, magazine articles and scrapbooks. In addition, there are three boxes of Indian Legends, recorded in the scrapbooks of Alex Grisdale of the Scanterbury Indian Reservation (2 boxes) and transcribed by Mrs. Shipley (1 box).

The map collection is noteworthy for its maps of the old Indian trails which crossed the prairie provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta.

The photograph collection contains pictures of historic sites throughout Manitoba. It is particularly valuable, however, for its record of old and new, urban and rural transportation in Manitoba (e.g. Red River carts, streetcars, railways, steamships, dog sleds and air transport). It provides a pictorial record of hydro developments in northern Manitoba and of the growth and demise of northern towns and settlements. Major and cottage industries, wildlife, flora and fauna of Manitoba are included. Among the portraits are native peoples, early missionaries and settlers and contemporary civic minded individuals. The research materials are on miscellaneous topics paralleling those of the picture collection.

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Organization of the Papers

This collection is organized into 10 series

  • I. Biographical and Award Data
  • II. Correspondence 1948-1978
  • III. Lecture Series - University of Manitoba
  • IV. Lectures - miscellaneous
  • V. Manuscripts
  • VI. Radio Series
  • VII. Television
  • VIII. Publications 1940-1981
  • IX. Research Materials
  • Photograph Collection (PC 21)

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Restrictions on Access

There are no restrictions on this collection.

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Custodial History

Mrs. Nan Shipley gave the University of Manitoba custody of her collection February 12, 1979. Ownership was transferred by deed of gift to the University of Manitoba in October 1979 and the collection was then appraised for its financial worth. It was later submitted to the Cultural Property Review Board and certified as having outstanding cultural and historical value to the nation.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

I. Biographical and Award Data
BoxFolder
11 Biographical and Award Data

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II. Correspondence 1948-1978
BoxFolder
12 Adhikari - Ashton 1955-1975

Adhikari , Mrs. Manasi - elementary school teacher,Brandon, Manitoba

from: 1 - January 6, 1974

Albert , Ken - resident of Norway House

to: 1 - July 24, 1974

Allan , Iris (Mrs. Fred) - sister, author

to: 3 - May 13, 1950, June 26, 1963, April 20, 1971

from: 2 - June 1, 1961, April 8, 1959

Allan , Ralph - Maclean's Magazine

to: 1 - June 24, 1959

Anco , Richard - Canadian Press reporter

from: - July 14, 1955

Antonson , Brian - editor, Nunaga Publishing Co., New Westminster, B.C.

to: 2 - May 12, 1975, May 21, 1975

from: 1 - May 7, 1975

Archer , John H. - Provincial Archivist, Manitoba

from: 2 - July 14, 1959, July 17, 1959

Armer , John R. - former neighbor in Transcona

from: 1 - September 22, 1972

Ashdown , Miss

to: - February 14, 1970, February 17, 1970 February 23, 1970

Ashton , Mrs. Frankie - daughter of John Allward

from: 1 October 15, 1969

3 Bailey - Byford 1955-1977

Bailey , Alice - program chairman, Nellie McClung Toastmistress Club

to: - April 30, 1974

from: 1 - no date

Bannerman , Jean - author

from: 1 - August 22, 1969

Barbarash , John - C.B.C.

to: 3 - November 5, 1963 -January 10, 1964

from: 3 - November 14, 1963 - January 20, 1964

Basken , Molly

from: 1 - July 4, 1970

(Copy of letter from M.B. to W.E. Green re: historical tours)

Bateman , Mrs. - Y.W.C.A. official

to: 1 - February 19, 1970

Bates , Mrs. Nancy - Addison-Wesley (Canada) Ltd.

from: 1 - March 6, 1970

to: 1 - March 18, 1970

Bayer , Mary Elizabeth - Manitoba Centennial Corporation Cultural Liason Officer

from: 1 - October 13, 1965

Bayliss , Julie - editor for McGraw-Hill Ryerson Ltd.

from: 1 - November 26, 1974

Beacock , Margaret (Mrs. G.C.)

from: 1 - November 20, 1961

Beckett , Eva - botanist, resident of Churchill 1946 1958, moved to Thunder Bay

to: 1 - May 9, 1973

from: 30 - September 24, 1955, June 16, 1972, October 10, 1972, May 9, 1973, May 6, 1973, May 27, 1973, July 1, 1973, July 20, 1973, September 11, 1973, October 11, 1973, November 12, 1973, November 18, 1973, November 28, 1973, February 3, 1974, June 5, 1974, July 9, 1974, October 14, 1974, December 10, 1974, February 28, 1975, June 22, 1975, July 16, 1975, December 10, 1975, September 17, 1976, January 10, 1976, December 29, 1976, May 1, 1977, four with no date or incomplete date

Bennett , Peter H. - secretary Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada

to: 3 - August 30, 1972, October 3, 1973 October 18, 1973

from: 2 - September 8, 1972, October 12, 1973

Berton , Pierre - author

to: 1 - March 9, 1968

Bingham , -

to: 1 - March 10, 1970

Bird , Florence (Mrs. John) - Chairman, Royal Commission on the Status of Women

from: 2 - February 29, 1968, December 10, 1970

Bird , Percy - Community Development Services

from: 1 - September 24, 1963

Black , Ken - C.B.C.

to: 1 - July 25, 1962

from: 1 - September 24, 1962

Blackburn , Arnold, E. - employee of Hudson Bay Railway ca 1913-1915

from: 1 - May 1, 1959

Blight , Elizabeth - assistant Archivist, Provincial Archives of Manitoba

from: 1 - March 5, 1973

Bolus , Malvina - editor, The Beaver

from: 5 - December 8, 1958, June 2, 1960, November 16, 1961, November 23, 1966, January 10, 1968

Bend , Betty

from: 1 - May 26, 1955

Bond , Ford - administrator, Brandon Residence For Indian Children

to: 1 - October 17, 1968

from: 1 - October 21, 1968

Bonsteel , Sue - Stratford Public Library Stratford, Ontario

from: 1 - March 22, 1971

Bonswick , Frances - The United Church of Canada, Publications

to: 1 - March 4, 1960

from: 3 - June 5, 1959, June 24, 1959, June 15, 1961

Boon , Reverend, T.C.B. - Provincial Archivist, the Provincial Synod of Rupert's Land

from: 1 - November 28, 1958

Bossenmaler , Mary Jean - resident of Churchill

to: 1 - December 1, 1973

from: 1 - November 21, 1973

Bowles , Richard S. - Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba 1965-1970

to: 1 - May 6, 1968

from: 1 - September 20, 1969

Bowles , Mrs. Richard S.

to: March 3, 1970

Bowman , Bob - columnist (History Today Column)

to: 1 - August 24, 1972

from: 1 - September 6, 1972

Bowfield ,

to: 1 - June 19, 1960

Bowsfield , to: 1 - January 3, 1967

Boyce , J.R. - Minster of Corrective andRehabilitative Services, Manitoba

to: 2 - September 12, 1975, March 15, 1976

from: 1 - March 11, 1976

Bradshaw , Mrs. Marion - editor, Canadian Antiques Collection

to: 1 - January 9, 1976

from: 2 - July 8, 1971, July 12, 1971

Brako , J.R. - Deputy Minister, Department of Government Services, Manitoba

to: 2 - February 20, 1970, March 17, 1970

from: 1 - February 27, 1970

Brass , Robin - General Books Division, McGraw Hill Ryerson Ltd.

to: 1 - August 27, 1973

Brawders , Darrelyn - teacher at Thompson

from: l - April 13, 1975

Brigden ,

to: 3 - September 5, 1970, August 28, 1962

Britton , Marguerite (Mrs. J.C.) -

to: 1 - November 2, 1976

from: 3 - November 1, 1976, November 14, 1976 February 24, 1977

Brockman , Sophie (Mrs. A.A.)

from: 1 - December llth (n.d.)

Brown , Annora - artist, Fort McLeod, Alberta

from: 1 - January 27, 1957

Brown , Elsie - resident of Snowflake, Manitoba

from: 1 - July 16, 1976

Brownridge , Roy H. - cousin of Sam Gauding husband of Anna--"Anna and the Indians")

from: 1 - September 18, 1955

Bryan , Caryl - Public service representative of the Toronto Star

from: 1 - September 17, 1973

Bunn , George

from: 1 - January 2, 1963

Burch , Franklin W. - State Archivist, Minnesota, U.S.A.

to: 1 - January 5, 1971

from: 1 – December 19, 1966

Burns & MacEachern Ltd.

to: 2 - July 21, 1976, September 16, 1976

Burrows , Mary

from: 1 - July 2, 1972

Butler , Hugh - Australian amateur historian

to: 1 - September 15, 1963

from: 2 - October 31, 1968, February 10, 1969

Byford , E. - Assistant Editor, the Royal Canadian Geographical Society

to: June 30, 1975

4 Caldwell - Cuthbert 1955-1976

Caldwell , Dorothy - Research co-ordinator, Royal Commission on the Status of Women

from: 1 - April 5, 1968

Callaghan , Morley - author

from: 1 - July 25, 1968

Camden , Grace (Mrs. G.) - laboratory technician at Norway House

from: 1 - August 28, 1957

Cameron , - student writing on early missionaries in Canada

to: 2 - June 6, 1963, June 21, 1963

from: 1 - June 24, 1963

Cameron , Mary - Canadian National Railways Public Relations Officer

from: 1 - August 19, 1974

Canada Council

to: 1 - October 7, 1967

Canadian Author's Association

from: 1------ 1955

Canadian Author and Bookman

to: 1 - June 14, 1971

Canadian Boy Magazine

to: 1 - September 16, 1967

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

to: 1 - June 22, 1968

Carlson , E. - resident of Churchill, Manitoba

to: 2 - February 5, 1974, February 22, 1974

from: 6 - August 23, 1973, February 22, 1974

Casey , -

to: 1 - August 28, 1975

Chalmers , John W.

to: 1 - December 29, 1974

Chant , R.E. - professor, University of Manitoba

to: 1 - January 4, 1973

Chaput , Urbain J. - manager, Imperial Oil

from: 1 - June 9, 1975

Chivers , John

from: 1 - February 11, 1976

Clements , Amy - daughter of pioneer woman of Manitoba

from: 1 - February 11, 1973

Cline , Mrs. Miriam - Port Credit University Women's Club

from: 1 - February 2, 1966

Cochrane , Mr. & Mrs.

to: 1 - July 16, 1967

Colcleugh , (Mrs.)

to: 1 - December 15, 1969

Collins , A.R. - housewife

from: 1 - July 19, 1967

Combez , Miss C. - Librarian, Legislative Library

to: 1 - February 4, 1975

Constantini , (Mrs.) M. - secretary to Premier of Manitoba

from: 1 - December 31, 1962

Cooke , N. (Mrs.) - chairman, Indian and Metis Contest

from: 1 - February 22, 1965

Cordner , Andrew - manager, Western Art Glass Ltd.

from: 1 - December 31, 1962

Coutts , Wilma M.

from: 1 - January 10, 1967

Cowley , Gwen - Star Weekly (fiction editor)

from: 2 - January 25, 1961, May 27, 1964

Culliman , J.F. - Indian and Northern Affairs

from: 1 - July 24, 1973

Cunningham , John M. - Hudson's Bay Company

to: 1 - August 28, 1975

from: 1 - August 8, 1975

Cunnington , Bernice

from: 2 - March 20, 1971, January 11, 1972

Cuthbert , Chester D.

from: 1 - November 23, 1974 (one enclosure)

5 Dalton - Dunn 1951-1975

Dalton , Kay

from: 1 - February 16, 1972

Darnell , Wm. L. - Senior Vice-President, McGraw Hill Ryerson Ltd.

from: 1 - March 28, 1973

Davis , Anne - Winnipeg Art Gallery

to: 2 - August 29, 1975, September 4, 1975

from: 2 - September 3, 1975, September 9, 1975

Davis , Humphrey - Manitoba Historical Society

from: 1 - June 30, 1956

Delaquis , Father - Cathedral, St. Boniface

to: 1 - January 15, 1971

Delisle , G. - Picture Division, Public Archives of Canada.

from: 1 - March 5, 1970 (enclosures)

Dempsey , Hugh - Glenbov Foundation

to: 1 - September 28, 1967

Dickenson , (Mr.)

to; 1 - October 25, 19716

Dorey , Rev. George - Board of Home Missions, United Church of Canada

from: 1 - April 18, 1951

Doubleday and Company Ltd.

to: 1 - September 11, 1967

Douglas , W.C.

from: 1 - February 16, 1956

Dowker , Elsie

from: 1 - September 24, 1969

Dunbar , Donald

from: 2 - April 26, 1974, May 11, 1974

Dunn , Harry, A.

from: 1 - February 24, 1972

6 Eagleton - Evans 1953-1974

Eagleton , O.S. - Manitoba Department of Tourism

to: 1 – August 8, 1973

from: 1 - August 31, 1973

Earle , Mary - author

to: 1 - March 23, 1966

from: 1 - March 15, 1966

Easton , H.H. - Chief Librarian, Winnipeg Public Library

to: 1 - February 16, 1970

Ediger , Eleanor P.

to: 1 - 18 October 1963

Edy , J.C.H.

from: 1 - February 10, 1953

Ellichuk , Jocelyne - Royal Commission on the Status of Women

from: 2 - March 26, 1968, April 4, 1968

Ellis , Frank, H. - author and aviator

to: 1 – July 6, 1972

from: 2 - July 23, 1972, August 3, 1972

Emerson , Maureen - St. James Mission, Grand Rapids

to: 1 – August 6 (?)

Emisch , Ruth - rural school teacher

from: 1 - n.d.

Empson , Donald - Librarian, Minnesota Historical Society

to: 1 - March 16, 1971

from: 1 - March 9, 1971

Etter , (Miss) M. - Secretary Treasurer, Diocese of Keewatin

to: 2 - August 11, 1973, January 16, 1974

from: 2 - August 23, 1973, March 26, 1974

Evans , Gurney - Minister of Industry and Commerce

to: 2 - April 20, 1966, January 29, 1969

Evans , Sidney H.

from: 7 - January 21, 1969 - July 2, 1970

7 Fairley - Furlaw 1950-1977

Fairley , Anne fts.) - Membership Chairman C.A.A.

from: 1 - May 31, 1977

Fell , Frederick V. - book publisher

from: 1 - July 20, 1961 (with enclosure to J. Reach, Samuel French Inc.)

Ferguson , Thomas

from: 1 - February 5, 1962

Fergusson , Muriel

from: 2 - November 24, 1966, March 9, 1973

Finch , Mabel E.

from: 1 - July 18, 1961

Fineburg , Sheila

from: 1 - August 19, 1964

Fitzhenry , Whiteside Ltd.

to: 1 - March 4, 1975

from: 1 - May 5, 1975

Flemington , Frank - Assistant Editor, Ryerson Press

to: 6 - June 7, 1957 - June 20, 1968 (two letters - n.d.)

from: 11 - December 31, 1954 - June 4, 1970

Fletcher , Elva (Mrs.) - Associate Editor, Country Guide

to: 1 - April 1, 1966

from: 1 - March 17, 1966

Foord , G.A. - District Director of Postal Service

from: 1 - May 31, 1962

Forsythe , Agnes -

from: 1 - n.d.

Fort Garry Council

from: 1 - April 24, 1970

Fort Garry Lance

to: 1. - June 20, 1970

Found , Norman (M.D.)

from: 1 - n.d.

Francis , Mrs. Dorothy

to: 1 - June 12, 1964

from: 3 - n.d.

Franklin , (Misses)

to: 1 - July 26, 1972

Fraser , C.L.

from: 1 - May 11, 1950

Fraser , W.J.

to: 1 - March 18, 1974

from: 1 - April 15, 1974

Freeman , Bea

from: 1 - January 30, 1959

Furlaw , Barbara

from: 1 - April 2, 1969

8 Gage - Gundy 1959-1978

Gage , W.J. Ltd.

to: 1 - October 10, 1964

Gagne , Claude R.

to: 1 - October 30, 1966

Gautlett , Doris - Associate Producer, C.B.C.

to: 1 - November 21, 1974

from: 3 - October 30, 1968 - January, 1975

Gay , A. (Miss) - Vital Statistics, St. Boniface, Manitoba

from: 1 - January 6, 1971

Gayer , Robert B.

from: 1 - August 22, 1964

Gibson , Douglas M. - Doubleday Publishing Co.

to: 1 - June 27, 1973

from: 1 - August 31, 1973

Gibson , Howard B. (Rev.) - pastor, United Church of Canada Waskada, Manitoba

from: 3 - December 4, 1969 - March 23, 1973 (enclosures)

Gold , Peter

to: 1 - April 10, 1974

Gondor , D.V. - Vice-President, C.N.R.

to: 1 - May 10, 1963

from: 1 - May 24, 1963

Goodwill , Mrs. Jean - Cultural Development Section Indian Affairs

to: 2 - May 2, 1972 , May 15, 1972

Goodwill , Kenneth R.

from: 1 - April 1, 1966

Gorman , Ruth (Mrs. J.C.) - lawyer

from: 1 - September 26, 1960

Graham , (Miss)

to: 1 - May 7, 1968

Granger , Fred G. - printer

from: 2 - n.d.

Grant , John W. - editor,.Ryerson Press

from: 3 September 13, 1960 - May 4, 1961

Grant , Vic newspaperman

to: 1 - January 31, 1978

Gray, James F. - Secretary - Manager, Hudson Bay Route Association

from: 1 - July 4, 1972

Green (Miss) Anne

to: 1 - June 29, 1973

Gregson , Tony - editor, Burns & MacEachean

to: 1 - February 22, 1974

from: 1 - February 6, 1974

Greyeyes , Mrs. N.

from: 1 - February 12, 1959

Grisdale , Alex

to: 14 - December 11, 1962 - January 18, 1973

from: 102 - 1962-1972

Grisdale , Mrs. Mary - wife of Alex Grisdale

to: 4 - May 15, 1972 - January 24, 1974

from: 7 - February 16, 1973 - January 15, 1975

Grogan , Mr.

to: 1 - April 4, 1968

Grover , Richard

from: 1 - February 14, 1972

de Grummond , Mrs. Lena Young professor, University of Southern Missippi

to: 2 - May 11, 1966

from: 3 - May 5, 1966 - June 2, 1969

Gundy , H. Pearson

to: 1 - October 1, 1968

9 Hall - Hutchinson 1953-1975

Hall , Frank - Manitoba Department of Youth and Education

from: 1 - April 19, 1971

Hall , S.R. - Regional Marketing Manager, C.N.R.

from: 1 - August 23, 1973

Halpenny , Frances - University of Toronto Press

to: 1 September 18, 1967

from: 1 - September 26, 1967

Hambleton , A.

to: 1 - August 6, 1970

Hambleton , Alice - School Libraries Supervisor, Toronto

from: 1 - August 5, 1970

Hambley , George H. - President, Agricultural Memorial Museum of Manitoba

from: 1 - May 14, 1958

Hansen , Fred

from: 1 - July 11, 1956

Hardy , Anne,

to: 1 - June 27, 1968

from: 1 - May 3, 1963

Harland , H.E. - Chairman, Winnipeg Centennial Committee

from: 2 - May 9, 1974, September 23, 1974

Harper , R.R. - relative of Ann Gaudin

from: 1 - June 8, 1955

Harrington , Lyn - Canadian Authors Association

to: 1 - n.d. (draft copy)

Harris , Annie M.

to: 1 - June 21, 1971

from: 1 - June 7, 1971

Hartley , Michael D. - editor, International Nickel Magazine

from: 1 - May 9, 1973

Hass , (Mr.) - stained glass artisan

to: 1 - August 3, 1975

Hastings , Margaret E. - librarian, Provincial Library, B.C.

to: 1 - December 20, 1969

from: 1 - December 19, 1969

Hatcher , (Mr.)

to: 1 - April 3, 1966

Hay , Vivien - Hay & Associates, Public Relations Co.

from: 1 - November 21, 1972

Helena (Cousin)

from: 1 - November 3, 1955

Hemphill , H.D. - Museum of Man and Nature

to : 1 - May 10, 1971

Henderson , Elizabeth

from: 1 - June 12, 1970

Henderson , Rev. H.L.

to: 2 - November 7, 1963, December 6, 1963

Hetherington , (Mr.)

to: 1 - n.d. (draft copy only)

Hedvitson , S.A. - librarian, Hudson's Bay Company

from: 1 - January 25, 1960

Hill , Florence

from: 1 - August 30, 1962

Hirsch , (Mrs.) W. Paul

to: 1 - June 19, 1970

Hirsch , John - C.B.C.

to: 1 - November 9, 1974

Hives , Reverend - Keewatin minister

to: 1 - August 27, 1973

Hodgins , Bruce W. - History professor, Trent University

from: 1 - February 14, 1972

Holyck , Darin

to: 1 - May 18, 1968

Honnor , Irene (Mrs.)

to: 1 - February 26, 1955

from: 5 - October 4, 1953 - March 3, 1955 (also contains 1 undated copy)

Horsefield , R.B. (Ven.)

from: 1 - February 6, 1959

Hourie , (Mrs.) Edward

from: 1 – February 24, 1959

Howden , R.L. (M.D.)

to: 1 - April 10, 1972

from: 1 - May 9, 1972

Hyrhorczuk , B.R. - General Manager, Parks and Recreation

to: 1 - January 11, 1977

from: 1 - January 17, 1977

Huband , A.R. - Secretary, Hudson's Bay Company Committee

from: 1 – February 5, 1968

Hudson's Bay Company - Book Manager

to: 1 - March 16, 1971

Hunt , L.A.C.O.

to: 1 - October 1 - 0, 1977 from: 1 - September 27, 1977

Hutchinson , Gerald - executive director, Rundle's Mission

to: 2 – April 8, 1974, December 13, 1974

from: 4 - July 20, 1959 - December 19, 1974

10 Ingeritson - Jurvasky 1963-1973

Ingebritson , (Mr.)

to: 1 - August 27, 1973

Ingebritson , (Mrs.)

to: 1 - July 24, 1973

Ingram , Janice V. - Methodist Missionary Society, London, England

from: 1 - September 12, 1967

Jamieson , Miss M. - Indian & Northern Affairs

to: 1 - February 28, 1973

Jewel , Mrs. Edward

to: 1 - June 7, 1963

Johnson , George (M.D.) - Minister of Eduction

from: 1 - May 30, 1968

Jurvasky , (Mr.)

to: 1 - August 13, 1963

11 Kamienski - Kronlund 1952-1976

Kamienski , J.

to: 1 - September 7, 1967

Kaplan , Bess - Canadian Authors Association

from: 1 - April 23, 1971

Kierans , Eric - Postmaster General

to: 1 - December 12, 1969

from: 1 - December 30, 1969

Knight , Frederica (Mrs. R.E.)

from: 2 - April 18, 1967, May 1, 1967

Kahn , Charles - editor, Thomas Nelson & Sons

from: 2 April 11, 1973, July 31, 1973

Kelm , K.H. Principal, Roland Lauze School

to: 1 - December 1, 1972

from: 1 - November 9, 1972

Khan , Johanna (Mrs. Feroze) - Morden Winkler Library Board from: 1 - May 31, 1968

Kiil , Toivo - editor, McGraw-Hill Ryerson Ltd. from: 1 - March 7, 1972

Kilfoyle , Noella

from: 1 - December 13, 1976

King , N. (Rev.) - Nelson House United Mission

to: 1 - May 27, 1954

from: 1 - May 24, 1952

King , Connie

from: 1 - September 18, 1957

Kirkness , Verna Education Director, Manitoba Indian Brotherhood

to: 1 - February 15, 1972

from: 2 - February 22, 1972, May 23, 1972

Knaphe , Bill

from: 2 - February 16, 1962, July 20, 1962

Kreutzweiser , L.A. City Clerk, Saskatoon

to: 1 - July 26, 1972

from: 1 - July 28, 1972

Kronlund , (Mrs.)

to: 1 - October 15, 1973

BoxFolder
21 Kuper - Lutter 1954-1978

Kuper , (Mrs. J.B.)

from: 1 - June 13, 1954

Laing , M.

to: 1 - November 4, 1962

from: 1 n.d.

Lamb , Kaye Dominion Archivist

to: 1 - October 6, 1966

Lance Newspaper (in St. James)

to: 1 - July 21, 1978

Lavallee , Omer - Canadian Pacific Archives

to: 1 - December 16, 1974

Layne , W.C. - Manitoba Department of Youth and Education

from: 2 - January 14, 1970, April 28, 1970

Lazarenko , P. - President, Northland Fish

to: 1 - January 10, 1963

from: 1 - January 14, 1963

Leaping Deer - Lake-Of-the-Woods

to: 1 - December 13, 1965

from: 13 - December 13, 1965-December 1968

Lees , Frances

from: 1 - May 20, 1960

Lennox , Mrs.

to: 1 - April 26, 1970

Leslie , A.G. - Regional Supervisor - Indian Agencies

to: 2 - February 7, 1964, May 13, 1964

from: 2 - December 3, 1962, May 23, 1964

Lewsey , A.C. - vice-president, Winnipeg Paint and Glass

from: 1 - January 22, 1970

Lickers , Joan - Indian Affairs to: 1 - n.d.

Ligertwood ,

to: 1 - July 4, 1972

from: 1 - July 5, 1972

Lightrop , (Mrs.)

to: 1 - February 19, 1970

Litwack , Linda - Royal Winnipeg Ballet

from: 1 - February 24, 1972

Loewen , K. (Mrs.) - librarian - Morden/Winkler

to: 1 - October 10, 1968

from: 1 - October 5, 1968

Ludwig , E.

to: 2 - January 2, 1970, January 10, 1970 from: 2 - January 8, 1970, n.d.

Lussier , Antoine - Research Co-ordinater of Project ANOUTCH

from: 2 - August 10, 1971, August 19, 1971

Lutter , Martin H. - President, Red River Historical Society

from: 2 - March 24, 1970, April 20, 1970

2 McArthur - Murray 1949-1978

McArthur , (Mra.) K. Idelle

from: 1 - January 8, 1965

McBryde , The Honourable Ron - Manitoba Commissioner of Northern Affairs

from: 1 - July 25, 1973

McCance , Gertrude F. - Manitoba Department of Education, Supervisor of School Broadcasts

to: September 12, 1963, November 11, 1969 from: - September 26, 1963, July 10, 1969

McClean , S.J. - elementary school teacher

from: 1 - March 6, 1978

Mclelland , J.G. - McClelland & Stewart Ltd. publishers

to: 1 - April 25, 1973

from: 2 - December 6, 1961, February 8, 1962

McConnell , Whitney - from: 1 - September 14, 1962

McCreary , (Mrs.)

to: 1 - July 13, 1967

MacDonald , Alice - Women's Missionary Society of the United Church

from: 1 - April 10, 1956

MacDonald , Flora - Conunittee for an Independent Canada from: 1 - January 1, 1971

Macdonald , Marjorie

from: 1 - May 3, 1962

MacFarlane , Lynne - Tribune book review editor

to: 1 - March 24, 1975

MacGraw-Hill Ryerson Ltd.

to: 1 November 10, 1974

Mackay , (Mrs.) Jean - C.B.C. - T.V. producer

from: 1 - May 12, 1958

McKay , Leonard

to: 3 - October 26, 1970 - June 2, 1971

McKay , Margaret

from: 1 - February 19, 1959

McKay , Marie (Mrs.)

to: 1 - July 6, 1964

from: 2 - August 7, 1962, July 17, 1964

McKay , V.

from: 1 - September 19, 1962

McKenzie , J. - Department of Indian Affairs

to: 2 - December 1, 1973, December 6, 1973

from: 1 - December 3, 1973,

Macklem , Mr. K.- Oberon Press

to: 2 - July 9, 1968, August 16, 1968

from: 2 - July 5, 1968, August 5, 1968

MacLachlan , Doug

to: 2 - August 22, 1973, September 1, 1973

Maclean's Magazine

to: 3 - July 13, 1965 - December 16, 1978

MacLeod , Margaret Arnett

from: 2 - December 4, 1949 - Christmas 1949

McLintock , Peter - executive director, Winnipeg Free Press

to: 3 - March 20, 1968, February 20, 1970, December 17, 1974

from: 2 - March 5, 1970 - January 7, 1975

McMullen , M.J.G. - executive director, Manitoba Travel and Convention Association

to: 2 - January 2, 1963, September 28, 1968

from: 5 - January 13, 1964 - November 15, 1968

Manitoba Cultural Grants Committee

to: 1 - December 24, 1962

Marcus , Claire from: 1 - July 26, 1963

Markham , B.W..

from: 1 - April 16, 1967

Martin , Glenn

from: 1 - March 20, 1970

Martin , Joseph - Manitoba Centennial Corporation

from: 2 - July 9, 1965, March 11, 1966

Martin , W. Stewart - Manitoba Historical Society

to: 2 - November 17, 1969, April 8, 1970 from: 2 - November 19, 1969, May 6, 1970

Matheson , D.W. - Vital Statistics

from: 1 - January 11, 1971

Matthews , R.

from: 2 - August 31, 1970, July 9, 1971

Maxwell , (Mr.) - photographer

to: 1 - November 16, 1963

Mayer-Oakes , Wm. J. - University of Manitoba, (anthropologist)

from: 1 - April 17, 1970

Megill , Wm. J. - executive secretary and editor, Royal Canadian Geographical Society

to: 1 - November 2, 1963

from: 2 - October 30, 1963, November 5, 1963

Mentwok , Gary

to: 1 - July 6, 1964

from: 1 - August 1, 1964

Miller , James A. - president, Historical Society of Alberta

from: 1 - February 3, 1.975

Millett , R. Murray

from: 1 - December 31, 1966

Mills , E.T. - Public Relations, Manitoba Hydro

from: 3 - August 22, 1968, November 6, 1968, May 3, 1972

Mines and Resources (Manitoba)

to: 1 - December 10, 1973

Minnesota Historical Society

to: 1 - December 14, 1963

Minnis , J.D.

to: 1 - November 22, 1962

Miriam de Lourdes , (Sister) - Edmonton Separate Schools

from: 2 - March 31, 1960, April 12, 1960

Morley , Wm. F.E. - Douglas Library, Queen's University

to: 3 - October 27, 1976, October 30, 1976 November 20, 1976 from: 4 - October 12, 1976, October 27, 1976 November 2, 1976, December 7, 1976

Morris , Shirley Knight - Burns and MacEachern Ltd.

to: 1 - August 117, 1974

from: 1 - August 22, 1974

Morton , W.L. - Department of History, University of Manitoba

to: 5 - April 27, 1963 - June 17, 1966

from: 6 - February 18, 1964 - June 10, 1966

Mulligan , Wm. - University of Manitoba

to: 1 - May 22, 1973

Murray , (Mrs.)

to: 1 - May 14, 1968

3 Nelson - Nute 1960-1970

Nelson , Carl, R.J. - University of Manitoba Architecture

from: 1 - October 14, 1964

Nickels , Dorothy J. - Minneapolis Public Library

from: 1 - March 9, 1970

Nicol , M. (Miss) -

from: 1 - November 18, 1968

Noon , C. (Mrs.)

from: 1 - March 13, 1968

Norman - nephew

from: 1 - June 26, 1960

Norris , Rt. Rev. VA. - Bishop of Brandon (Anglican)

to: 1 - February 9, 1960

from: 2 - January 23, 1960, February 4, 1960

Nute , Grace Lee

to: 1 - June 27, 1962

from: 1 -- June 22, 1962

4 Oberon Press to Ottawa Citizen 1970-1975

Oberon Press

to: 1 - December 4, 1974

from: 1 - January 15, 1975

Odjick, James - Indian & Northern Affairs, Cultural Development of Division

from: 1 - January 7, 1974

Organ , W.E. - Department of Tourism, Recreation and Cultural Affairs

from: 1 - October 12, 1973

Orzechowski , P

to: 1 - June 30, 1970

Ottawa Citizen (newspaper)

to: January 21, 1968, February 13, 1970

5 Pannekoek to Public Record Office 1959-1976

Pannekoek , Frits

to: 1 - January 18, 1971

from: 1 - December 10, 1970

Park , Edwards - Smithsonian Institution

from: 1 - August 6, 1970

Parker , V.H. (Mrs.)

from: 1 - April 24, 1960

Passi , Norendar - reference librarian, McMaster

from: 1 - June 10, 1974

Paterson , J. (Mrs.)

to: 1 - August 17, 1968

Paulley , A.R. - Manitoba Minister of Labour

to: 1 - September 13, 1969

Paupanckis , Joe

from: 1 - March 1, 1962

Peach , Bill

from: 1 - May 21, 1969

Pearce , Evelyn - Canadian Council of Teachers of English

from: 2 - November 21, 1969, January 9, 1970

Peel , Bruce - Librarian, University of Alberta

to: 1 - January 21, 1972

from: 1 - January 16, 1972

Peguis Publishers from: 3 - December 12, 1972, June 14, 1974 August 16, 1976

Pellowe , Linda - Publicity, Burns and MacEachern Ltd.

to: 1 - January 28, 1975

from: 1 - January 23, 1975

Pelletier , Jules - Canada Council

to: 1 - October 13, 1967

from: 2 - October 26, 1967, October 31, 1967

Pelletier , Wilfred

to: 4 - June, 1964-July 1964

from: 1 - July 15, 1964

Penguin Books Canada Ltd.

to: 1 - December 17, 1975

from: 1 - January 15, 1975

Penticton Public Library

to: 1 - October 7, 1975

Perrin , Isabelle

from: 1 - December 1971

Peter Martin Associates Ltd.

to: 1 - January 24, 1976

from: 1 - February 5, 1976

Phillips , M.E. (Mrs.) - The Bay

from: 2 February 24, 1970, March 16, 1970

Pic , Mary Ukrainian Cultural and Educational Centre

from: 1 August 10, 1976

Pierce , Lorne - editor, Ryerson Press

to: 5 - April 25, 1957-January 8, 1960

from: 6 - April 30, 1957-January 15, 1960

Pierce , Wilma (Mrs.)

from: 2 - June 30, 1962, May 22, 1967

Pinkham , Mary - Bishop Pinkham's daughter

from: 1 - February 1, 1959

Pitblado , Edward

from: 1 - September 2, 1976

Porter , (Miss)

to: 1 - April 13, 1967

Pratt , Claire - Associate Editor - McClelland and Stewart

to: 4 - September 23, 1961 - February 6, 1962 from: 3 - April 4, 1961 - January 30, 1962

Prentia , W.M.

to: 1 - March 13, 1971

from: 1 - October 14, 1961

Press Club

to: 1 - n.d.

Prins , H.

from: 1 - n.d.

The Province -newspaper, Vancouver, B.C.

to: 1 - January 28, 1975

Public Record Office - London, England

to: 1 - March 26, 1968

6 Quayle - Quincy 1968-1972

Quayle , W.A. - City Clerk, Winnipeg

to: 2 - February 16, 1970-March 16, 1970

from: 1 - February 24, 1970

Quebec Public Archives to: 1 - January 1, 1968

Queen's Quarterly

to: 2 - December 12, 1969, May 15, 1972

Quincey , Belle(Mrs.)

to: 1 - March 22, 1960

from: 1 - May 28, n.d.

from: 4 - March 3, 1961-July 25, 1963

7 Reach - Rybak 1954-1975

Reach , James - Samuel French Inc. (publishers)

From: 4 – March 3, 1961-July 25, 1963

Read , Robert W. - Fitzhenry and Whiteside Ltd. (publishers)

from: 1 - December 11, 1975

Reader , Northcote

from: 12 - September 23, 1958-November 30, 1959

Reading , Alexander, L.

from: 2 August 30, 1966, September 1, 1966

Reis , Kurt - Manitoba Theatre Centre

from: 1 - January 20, 1970

Rajotte , (Rev.)

to: 1 - November 5, 1965

Reich , Virginia

from: 1 - August 18, 1970

Reid , Cameron & Theresa

to: 5 - June 5, 1963-May 14, 1970

from: 2 - September 12, 1963, November 22, 1966

Rempel , Gina

from: 1 -July 7, 1970

Rheaume , Diane (Mrs.) - Canada Radio-Television Telecommunications Commission

to: 1 - October 20, 1977

from: 1 - November 1, 1977

Rice , (Magistrate's Court, Winnipeg)

to: 1 - October 25, 1968

from: 1 - October 31, 1968

Richardson , L. (Mrs.) - N.D. State University

to: 1 - April 18, 1972

from: 1 -April 12, 1972

Richford , W. President. HBRA-Saskatchewan

to: 1 - August 16, 1976

from: 9 - October 1, 1974-November 30, 1977

Riesberry , Helen C.

to: 1 - October 1, 1968

from: 1 - March 19, 1968

Ritchie , D. - Transair Ltd.

to: 1 - January 6, 1974

from: 1 January 14, 1973

Robb , D. C.B.C. Television

to: 1 -October 4, 1978

Robertson , R.W.W. - Vice-President and Editor-in-Chief, Burns MacEachern Ltd.

to: - October 21, 1967-November 8, 1967

from: 5 - October 17, 1967-October 31, 1967

Robin , Christena - President - Business and Professional Women's Club of Winnipeg

from: 1 - April 11, 1974

Robinson , Kae - Corresponding Secretary - Business and Professional Women's Club of Winnipeg

from: 1 - April 28, 1975

Roblin , Duff - Premier, Province of Manitoba

from: 1 - January 28, 1963

Robson , Mary - Editor, Thomas Nelson & Sons

to: 3 - August 29, 1970-January 24, 1974

from: 4 - August 24, 1973-January 20, 1974

Rae , Frank Gilbert

to: 2 - January 8, 1959, July 14, 1961

from: 4 - December 14, 1958-July 26, 1961

Rogers , Arthur W.

to: 1 - June 20, 1968

from: 1 - June 27, 1968

Rogers , D.A. - Hudson's Bay Company

to: 1 - January 26, 1968

from: 1 - January 30, 1968

Ross and Haines Inc.

to: 1 - March 29, 1965

Ross , Esther E.

to: 1 -February 12, 1955

from: 1 - February 1, 1955

Rowand , (Mr.)

to: 1 - October 24, 1970

Roy , Dorothy - Department of Welfare

from: 1 - February 9, 1965

Royal Winnipeg Ballet from: 1 - June 17, 1954

Rybak , Frances (Mrs.) Manitoba Association of School Librarians

from: 1 - November 22, 1967

8 Safronetz - Swenson 1957-1978

Safronetz , Mary Lynn (Mrs.) - elementary school teacher

to: 2 - October 11, 1972, March 9, 1973

from: 1 - October 3, 1972 (includes enclosures from the pupils, many of them Indian children)

Saint Boniface Municipal Offices

to: 1 - January 5, 1971

Saint Boniface Museum Board

to: 1 - July 3, 1970

Saint Catherines Library to: 1 - February 4, 1970

Saint Paul, Minnesota - Archives

to: 1 - December 16, 1966

Samwell , F. (Miss) - Advertising Manager, Queen's Quarterly

from: 1 - December 10, 1969

Sanders , Peggy - Librarian, Sarah Vaughan Public Library, Ontario

from: 1 - April 29, 1976

Sandwell , B.D. - Burns and MacEachern, Ltd.

to: 9 - November 24, 1972-December 1, 1977

from: 8 - February 3, 1972-September 4, 1974

Sargeant , E. - Marine Museum, Selkirk

to: 2 - May 7, 1974, May 23, 1974

Saskatchewan Archives

to: 1 -December 11, 1969

Scargall , Peter

to: 2 -April 5, 1974, April 10, 1974

Scarth, Simonsen & Company - solicitors

to: 10 - May 12, 1962-February 26, 1975

from: 17 - March 24, 1969-March 31, 1975

Scharf , Earl - National Harbours Board

to: 1 - November 14, 1973

Scorer , Mary - publisher and book dealer

to: 13 - May 5, 1972-October 10, 1977

from: 8 - May 8, 1972-December 15, 1977 (2 items undated)

Scott , Dixie - Assistant editor, National Parks Association

to: 1 - April 13, 1968

from: 1 - April 9, 1968

Senior , Ernie - resident of Churchill, Manitoba

from: 1 - October 14, 1972

Sexton , Beatrice R. (Mrs.)

from: 1 - October 31, 1957

Shannon , (Mrs.)

to: 1 - January 12, 1965

Shaw , (Dr.) - Manitoba Historical Society

to: 1 - June 15, 1974

Shepherd , George

from: 1 - February 26, 1966

Sherman , Jane

to: 1 - August 22, 1973

from: 2 - October 2, 1973, October 10, 1973

Shields , Ruby J. (Mrs.) - Minnesota Historical Society

from: 1 - March 6, 1971

Shipley , Norma

from: 3 - (1 n.d.), July 7, 1972, August 1, 1972

Shisler , Shirley - Public Library, Des Moines, Iowa

to: 3 - January 17, 1970-March 15, 1977

from: 2 - January 27, 1970-February 16, 1970

Shortt , Betsy (Mrs.)

from: 1 - January 13, 1977

Siren , Paul - ACTRA

from: 1 - November 12, 1968

Skalenda , Diane - Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature

from: 1 -April 2, 1976

Skarra , Glen - Powell Equipment Manufacturing Co. Ltd.

from: 1 - June 2, 1958

Skull , Jack - C.N.R.

from: 1 - June 27, 1974

Smith , Shirlee - Hudson's Bay Company

to: 5 - February 20, 1962-March 12, 1978

from: 6 - June 23, 1961-April 20, 1977

Spence (Mr.)

to: 2 October 26, 1970, August 12, 1972

from: 1 - October 30, 1970

Sprunt , O.E. - magazine editor, Winnipeg Free Press to: 1 - June 11, 1963

from: 1 - March 12, 1964

Stacey , (Mr.) - Municipal Office, Fort Garry

to: 1 - February 16, 1970

Stanford , Lloyd - Humanities and Social Sciences Division, The Canada Council

from: 1 - November 2, 1967

Stanton , James B. - Chief, Human History Division Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature

from: 1 - May 14, 1971

Status of Women, Chatelaine Magazine

to: 1 - December 15, 1967

Steinkopf , Maitland B. - Minister of Public Utilities, Manitoba

to: 3 - September 1, 1963-July 2, 1968

from: 2 - August 27, 1963-July 4, 1968

Stenson , Fred

from: 1 - January 17, 1968

Stevens , Frances E.

from: 2 - December 14, n.d., February 14, 1962

Stevens , James R. - College of Applied Arts and Technology, Thunder Bay, Ontario

from: 2 - January 11, 1971-May 4, 1972

Stiling , F. - Dean, Arts & Sciences, University of Western Ontario

from: 1 - April 20, 1961

Stirton , M. (Miss)

from: 2 - June 18, 1963, June 25, 1963

Stordy , Wm. - Queen's Consul, Brandon Manitoba

to: 1 - September 30, 1970

from: 1 - September 8, 1970

Stretch , Sue

from: 1 - August 19, 1973

Stretch family letters - from Anglican Mission at Churchill

from: 3 - 1973-1975

Stuckey , Lawrence - photographer

from: 1 -

Sus , F. -- National Harbours Board

to: 1 - June 14, 1974

from: 1 - November 19, 1973

Sutton , Mary (Mrs. N.G.)

from: 1 - December 19, 1976

Swanson , Mrs. E.

from: 1 - September 14, n.d.

Swayze , Walter E. - Head, Department of English University of Winnipeg

to: 1 - March 3, 1970

from: 1 - February 26, 1970

Swenson , D.F. - St. Agathe, Manitoba

to: 1 - August 21, 1976

from: 1 - August 14, 1976

9 Taber - Tyrrell 1957-1978

Taber , Thomas, F.

from: 1 - October 18, 1966

Talman , J.J. - University of Western Ontario

to: 1 - February 21, 1962

from: 1 - note on the above

Taylor , Andrew

from: 1 - March 1, 1978

Taylor , -

to: 1 - August 31, 1961

Taylor , H.A. - archivist, Provincial Museum & Archives of Alberta

from: 1 - December 23, 1966

Taylor , Hon. Keith

to: 1 - July 16, 1973

Tennant , Edith

from: 1 - October 5, 1966

Tester , Ruth (Mrs.) - Brandon Allied Arts Centre

from: 3 n.d., September 18, 1969, October 6, 1969

Thibodeau , Fred. R. - archivist, State of Minnesota, Archives and Records Service

from: 1 January 14, 1971

Thompson , Chief, A.E. - Chief of Peguis Band

to: 3 - December 4, 1972-August 22, 1973

from: 1 - January 23, 1973(enclosure)

Thompson , Rev. A.N. - minister, Surrey, England

to: 1 - July 5, 1961

from: 1 June 27, 1961

Thompson , Elsie - missionary's wife

from: 1 - October 14, 1960

Thompson , Edward - Smithsonian Magazine

to: 1 - July 18, 1970

Thompson , Erwin N. - U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of Archeology & Historic Preservation

to: 1 - April 21, 1968

from: 1 - April 12, 1968

Thompson , John

to: 1 - July 10, 1964

Thomson , Dorothy - Women's Advertising and Sales Club

from: 1 - April 20, 1965

Thomson, Mr. & Mrs. Don - Canadian Writer's Foundation

to: 1 - September 4, 1968

from: 3 - February 23, 1968-August 20, 1968

Thornton , Enid - Ryerson Press

from: 1 - December 2, 1968 (enclosure)

Thorvaldson , Gunnar (Senator)

to: 1 - February 17, 1968

Tillenius , Clarence

from: 2 - February 17, 1957, December 29, 1959

Tilden , Paul M. - editor, National Parks Magazine

to: 2 - April 1, 1968, July 2, 1968

from: 1 - June 28, 1968

Toppings , Earle - Ryerson Press

to: 1 - July 21, 1966

from: 4 - July 24, 1963 - May 17, 1966

Toronto Star

to: 2 - January 21, 1968, September 10, 1973

Toupin , The Hon. Rene - minister, Tourism, Recreation and Cultural Affairs

to: 1 - November 8, 1974

from: 1 - November 15, 1974

Towers , Lesley - McClelland & Stewart Ltd.

from: 1 - June 19, 1973 Towers, W.T. - Cree Indian - Red Sucker Lake, near Norway House

from: 1 - July 22, 1953

Trotter , Phyllis R. - Y.W.C.A.

from: 1 - February 25, 1970

Truss , George A. - Ryerson Press

from: 1 - November 14, 1966 (review forwarded)

Tupper , W.F. - Indian & Northern Affairs

from: 1 - January 16, 1975

Turner , A.R.

from: 1 - January 16, 1975

Turpie , L. - Manitoba Department of Public Works

to: 1 - November 20, 1967

from: 1 - November 28, 1967

Tyrrell , J.B.

to: 1 - March 23, 1954

from: 2 - January 21, 1955, March 26, 1954 (with enclosures)

10 Vital Statistics, Department of - Wuttunee 1948-1978

Vital Statistics, Department of to: 1 - January 8, 1971

Vogel , Betty - librarian, Seattle Public Library

from: 1 - January 23, 1970

Waller , Sam - resident of The Pas

from: 1 - November 26, 1955

Wankling , R.A., Mayor Fort Garry

to: 1 - April 29, 1970

Wardrop , M. (Mrs.-) - Unemployment Insurance Commission

from: 1 - February 11, 1960

Warkenton , A.

to: 1 - August 21, 1966

Warren , Peter - C.J.O.B., investigative reporter

to: 2 - July 11, 1972, November 12, 1974

from: 1 - November 13, 1974

Waters , Deanna (Mrs.) - Canadian Industrial Editors Association

from: 1 - n.d.

Watson , J.W. - professor, University of Edinburgh

to: 1 - December 6, 1974

Webb , A.S.

from: 1 - May 23, 1973

Weir , The Hon. Walter - Premier of Manitoba 1967-1969

from: 1 - March 24, 1969

Wells , (Mr.)

to: 1 - June 25, 1963

Werier , Val

to: 1 - July 22, 1978

Wescana Hotels Ltd .

from: 1 - August 16, 1973

Wheelock , E.M.B. (Rev.) - Canadian Bible Society

from: 1 - January 7, 1975

Vaitaker , S. - Manitoba Hydro

to: 1 - December 18, 1962 White, M. (Miss) - Awards Registrar, University of Manitoba

to: l.- August 26, 1967

Williams , A.R. - vice-president, C.N.R.

to: 1 - August 17, 1963

Williams , Margaret

from: 1 - November 25, 1948

Willis , E.F. - Manitoba Centennial Corporation

to: 1 - October 6, 1969

from: 1 - May 28, 1969

Wilson , H.M. - Churchill Port Authority

from: 2 October 3, 1973, October 25, 1973

Wilson , K. University of Manitoba

to: 2 - September 11, 1973, September 28, 1973

from: 1 - September 20, 1973

Wilson , Sheila (Mrs. Mackay W.) - St. Catharines Public Library

from: 1 - February 9, 1970

Wilson , Slim & Edith

to: 1 - October 11, 1973

Winnipeg Free Press

to: 3 - June 19, 1966-June 20, 1972

Witmer , Glenn E. - vice-president, Burns & MacEachern Ltd.

from: 1 - August 18, 1971

Wokes , A.S. - Selkirk, Manitoba

to: 1 - June 13, 1973

from: 1 - June, 1973

Wolf , Charles A. - Fairbanks, Alaska

from: 1 - January 26, 1968

Wolfendale , Brenda J. - archivist, Methodist Missionary Society

to: 1 - July 8, 1961

from: 1 June 7, 1961

Wood , F.H.

from: 1 - n.d.

Wood , Joe Guy

to: 1 - July 28, 1972

Wuttunee , Wm. - president, National Indian Council

to: 1 - January 7, 1965

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III. Lecture Series - University of Manitoba
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31 Lecture Series - University of Manitoba

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IV. Lectures - miscellaneous
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32 Lectures - miscellaneous

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VIII. Publications 1940-1981
A) Books
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41 Almighty Voice and the Red Coats
2 Anna and the Indians
3 Blond Voyageur
4 Chief Pequis (book)
5 Churchill: Canada's Northern Gate
6 Frances and the Crees
7 The James Evans Story
8 Railway Builders
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51 Road to the Forks
2 Scarlet Lily
3 Whistle on the Wind
4-7 Wild Drums

(first drafts and other related materials)

B) Articles (Journal and Newspaper)
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61 Articles 1943-1960

Shipley, Nan. "The Printing Press at Onikup" The Beaver Summer 1960 p. 48-53

"Manitoba Author-Artist Team" Canadian Author & Bookman , v. 28 no. 3 (Autumn 1952) p. 9-10

"Self Service Hits the Beauty Business" Canadian Business , (June 1953) p. 46-47

"John Prichard's Perseverance" Canadian Frontier v. 4. no. 3&4, p. 38-41

"The Hidden Harvest" Canadian Geographical Journal , v. 52 no. 4, (April 1956) p. 178-181

"Progress and the People of Grand Rapids" Canadian Geographical Journal (December 1962) v. 65 no. 6, p. 182-191

"About Anna and the Indians" The Canadian Girl February 24, 1957, p. 57-59

"Something New" Canadian Home Journal February 1953, p. 22

"Canadian Ceramics from a New Canadian in Winnipeg" Canadian Homes and Gardens , September, 1955 M.P.

"The Craven Canadian" The Canadian Magazine (May 1962) p. 41-44

"Better Than A Scalp" The Canadian Messenger of the Sacred Heart v. 53 no.9, (September 1943) p. 557

“The Littlest Man" Canadians All v.2 no.3-4 (Autumn 1944) p. 12f

"The Best Dress" Canadians All v.3 no.2 (Summer 1945) p. 9f

"Trooper's Return" Canadians All v.3 no. 3 (Autumn 1945) p. 8f

"The Lesson" Canadians All v.4- no.1 (Spring 1946) p. 8f

"Last Leave" Country Guide September 1943 P. 12f

"She Blazed the Alcan" Country Guide June 1947 p. 78f

2 Articles 1940-1981

"Bouquets for Boxcars" Country Guide September 1951, p. 66f

"Man-of-Good-Heart" Country Guide September 1951 p. 15f

"Pioneer Preacher" Country Guide October 1951 p. 14f

"She Blazes Trails in Canada's Wilds" Empire Digest v.5 no.5 (February 1948) p. 11-16

"Birthplace of Careers" Empire Digest v.5 no.7 (April 1948) p. 1-6

"The Senega-root Diggers" Happy Motoring v.17 no.1 p. 6-7

"Park of Pioneers" Happy Motoring v.19 no.4 p. 8f

"The Winner...Vinia Hoogstraten" Echoes Autumn 1952 n.p.

“My Myopic Mistakes" Echoes Christmas 1953 p. 33f

"Revivifying Enterprise With a Warm Heart" Family Herald and Weekly Star (September 7, 1950) p. 42

"The Order of St. John" Family Herald and Weekly Star (February 9, 1956) p. 27f

"Behind the Ballet" Family Herald and Weekly Star (June 1.4, 1954) p. 34

"Skis for Planes" Maclean's Magazine (March 159 1940) n.p.

"Lower Fort Garry" National Parks Magazine v.43 no.256 (January 1969) p. 10-11

"Twilight of the Treaties" Queen's Quarterly (Summer 1968) p.314-329

"At the Forks" Scottish Field (February 1948) p. 20-21

"Key to the House" The Star Weekly (April 29, 1950) p. 3-4

"Johnny Swanson's Debt" The Star Weekly (March 17, 1951) p. 1f

"Million Dollar Business in Stamps" The Seemann and Peters Digest (January 1953) p. 14-15

"Prairie Steamboat" Travel (May 1951) p. 12f

"Beacon on the Beach" Weekend Picture Magazine v.4 no.22 1954 p. 10f

"Rescue at Niska Bay" Weekend Picture Magazine (December 13, 1952) p. 20

"Canal of a Prairie Province is Centre of Bustling Fresh Water Fishing Trade" Western Business and Industry v.26 no.7 (July 1952) p. 60-61

"Progress Measured in Poles and Ties" Western Business and Industry v.26 no.10 (October 1952) p. 68-70

"Advertising with Blown Glass" Western Business and Industry v.27 no.6 (June 1953) p. 30f

with Alex Grisdale. "Lake Winnipeg Mermaid" Winnipeg Free Press (February 6, 1965) p.23

"Let's Take Another Look at the Indian" Winnipeg Free Press (November 20, 1965) P. 21-22

"The White Horse of the Plains" Winnipeg Free Press (October 15, 1966) p.22

"Oak River Reserve" Winnipeg Free Press (September 28, 1968) p. 4

"The Hairy Mountain Man" Winnipeg Free Press (November 16, 1968) p. 22

"On the Other Hand" Winnipeg Free Press (November 1, 1969) n.p.

"Riel: Some Fact, Much Fiction?" Winnipeg Free Press (July 13, 1,970) n.p.

“The Essential Incentive" Winnipeg Free Press (January 15, 1952) n.p.

"Bride in a Boxcar" The Woman’s Annual Digest 1941 edition p. 48-50

"Parcels for Patients" (publication unknown) (February 19, 19501 p. 119

"Prairie Painter - Mrs. Eve Dunn" (publication unknown) n.d., n.p.

"Rossville Mission Press" Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada v.15 1976 p. 69-71 (a book review)

"Has the Winter any Rights?" Winnipeg Free Press July 31, 1965

"A Paper Curtain Cuts Prairies Off from Canada" Winnipeg Free Press April 18, 1964

"A Walk in Winnipeg" Winnipeg Free Press February 10, 1966

"Have You Stolen from a Writer This Week?" Winnipeg Free Press July 9, 1966

"Manitoba Woman: The Dugald Antique Costumes" Winnipeg Woman November, 1979 p. 43

"Sally and George Cotter: Capturing Wildlife on Film" The Tribune Magazine April 19, 1980 p. 17

"My Father's Clocks" The Tribune Magazine August 2, 1980, p. 10

"Helen Granger Young: The Sculptress of Winnipeg" Winnipeg Woman p. 20

"Helen Granger Young" West Arts Magazine October, 1981 p. 49

(All written by Nan Shipley)

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IX. Research Materials
A. Indian Legends
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7-81-31 1. Handwritten Alex Grisdale notebooks - stories and histories
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91-3 2. Alex Grisdale Stories transcribed by Nan Shipley
4 3. Published Alex Grisdale Legends
5 4. Legends - llth annual Indian and Metis Conference
6 5. Miscellaneous Legends and Lessons
B. Clippings etc. on miscellaneous topics:
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101 Air Transport - Northern
2 Alberta (Province)
3 Animals
4 Arctic
5 Art
6 Assiniboia, (History of)
7 Batoche
8 Bilingualism
9 Birds
10 Boats
11 Bush Rescue
12 Canada Council
13 Canadian Authors and Publishers
14 Canadian Authors Association
15 Canadian Broadcasting Commission
16 Canadian Council of Teachers of English
17 Carlton Trail
18 Christmas
19 Churches
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111-2 Churchill, Port of
3 Conservation
4 Costume - 19th Century
5 Crime
6 Discrimination
7 Education
8 Eskimo
9 Fire
10 Films
11 The Flag Debate
12 The Flood - 1950
13 Forts
14 General Topics
15 Grand Rapids
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121 Historic Sites and Monuments
2 Houses
3 Hudson Bay Railway
4 Hudson's Bay Company
5 Indian and Metis - Annual Conference
6 Indian and Metis - Friendship Centre
7 Indians
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131 Indians
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132 Art
3 Chiefs
4 Dances
5 Food
6 Health and Welfare
7 Protests
8 Religion and Education
9 Reservations
10 Treaties
11 Women
12 the Law
13 Le Pas
14 Libraries
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141 Manitoba Historical Society
2 Manitoba History
3 Manitoba Hydro
4 Medicine
5 Metis
6 Mines
7 Missions
8 The Monarchy
9 Museums
10 Music
11 North West Territories
12 Northern Manitoba
13 Peguis Reserve
14 People - Chief Peguis
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1415 E.J. Casey
16 Diefenbaker
17 Alex Grisdale
18 Maude McCreery
19 Red Angus McDonald
20 James McKay
21 Reader Family
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151 Louis Riel
2 Thomas Scott
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153 Pinawa
4 Plants
5 Politics
6 Portage la Prairie
7 Provincial Archives
8 Railways
9 Red River Valley Historical Society
10 Royal Canadian Mounted Police
11 Schools
12 Selkirk Settlers
13 Sex
14 Sioux Lookout, Ontario
15 Status of Women
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161 Thompson
2 Trans Canada Highway
3 Tyndall Stone
4 University of Southern Mississippi
5 Unused Themes
6 Winnipeg
7 Women
C. Maps
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168 Maps
D. Scrapbooks
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171 About Anna and the Indians
2 1950 Flood and Indians
3 Short Stories and Miscellaneous Clippings
4 Short Stories and Miscellaneous Clippings
5 Blizzards - Floods - Professionals in the North Indians
6 World War II
7 Historical - includes Winnipeg landmarks
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178 historical buildings
9 Winnipeg landmarks

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Photograph Collection (PC 21) [19-?]
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11 Agriculture - Harvesting Operations

(3 photographs)

1. Agriculture - Harvesting Operations - (cl954)

2. Agriculture - Harvesting Operations - (cl954)

3. Agriculture - Harvesting Operations - (cl905)

1 Airport Notices

4. (cl968)

5. (cl968)

1 Animals

6. Buffalo (transparency)

7. Bear Cubs

8. Polar Bear

9. Bear Skins

10. Chipmunk

11. Chipmunk in Pocket

12. White Whales at Churchill (Belaluga)

13. White Whales at Churchill

1 Awards

14. Manitoba Golden Boys

15. James McKay Silver Cups

1 Birds

16. Ducks Shot at East Meadows

17. Snow Buntings feeding at Churchill

1 18. Berens River
2 Boats

19. Old Steamboat at The Pas (2 negatives - 1 positive)

20. York Boat at Lower Fort Garry 1956

21. The Kenora at Selkirk

22. Fishing Boats at Selkirk

23. Bush pilots at God's Lake

2 Chesterfield Inlet

24. Catholic Bishops

25. Grey Nuns and Eskimo

3 Churches – Manitoba

26. Balsam Bay

27. Balsam Bay

28. Cook's Creek Ukrainian Catholic

29. Gillam Anglican Church

30. Oak River Reserve - Old Sioux Mission

31. Poplar Point-St. Anne's - (Anglican 1859)

32. Poplar Point-St. Anne's - Collection Box

33. Poplar Point-St. Anne's - Negatives

3 Churches - Manitoba - Winnipeg

34. St. Boniface Basilique Cathedrale

35. Old Kildonan Church

36. Jewish Synagogue

37-38. St. John's Cathedral (Anglican)

39. Norwood United Church

40. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

41. St. Andrews United Church

4 42. Churches - British Columbia - Windermere (The Stolen Church 1887)
4 Churches - Alberta - St. Albert

43. Oblate Mission

44. Lacombe Church (St. Albert) (near Edmonton 1950)

45. Edmonton - Methodist Church

46. McDougell Memorial Church 1873 (1st Protestant Church in Alberta)

47. Good Shephard Anglican Sunday School Mission Van

5 Churchill

48. First train to Churchill 1929

49. Mrs.Charles Lindberg at Churchill 1931

50. Grain Elevators - winter 1932

51. Locomotive with cariboo antler decoration 1930's

52. Fort Churchill (n.d.)

53-55. United States Transportation Corps 1953

56-57. Arctic Defence Training Unit February 1974

58. Tug assisting grain ship into harbour Port of Churchill (n.d.)

59-79. 21 views of Churchill taken in August 1955

80. One marker at Port Churchill (negative) erected by the Sons of Martha

81. Government of Canada plaque - Port Churchill

6 Cottage Industries - Moosehorne, Manitoba

82. Handicraft Doll Factory, H.E. Deutsch Doll maker and her staff

83. Elfriede Deutsch and "Hansel & Gretel"

84. Cowboys and Indians

85. Deutsch Doll Factory at Moosehorn

86. Costume Dolls made at Moosehorn

87. Cowboy doll

88. Indian Doll

89. Three colour transparencies of various dolls

6 Cottage Industries - Winnipeg, Manitoba, Stained Glass

90. Windows, Western Art Glass, President - Andrew Cordner 1968

91. Andrew Cordner at the drawing board

92. John R. Allward window "Listening" in Matheson House 1039 Louise Ave., Brandon, Manitoba

93. windows in Dunlop Museum (3)

94. The Hudson's Bay Crest (glass window in Edmonton house)

6 Glass Window - Edmonton

95. Hudson Bay Southgate Store interior Upper Fort Garry Store

96. Blood Indians

97. Fort Edmonton

98. Upper Fort Garry

6 99. Church windows - not identified
6 100-101. Basement Windows - John R. Allward - 1340 Louise Ave., Brandon
6 102. Glass Window - 1340 Louise Avenue, Brandon
6 103-114. Colour pictures of the Edmonton Glass Windows
6 115. Windows in the Manitoba Law Courts Building (transparencies 1 envelope)
7 116. Cranberry Portage - Forest Fire [ 1929 ]
7 117. Flin Flon - 1929
7 Flowers

118. Franklin's Lady Slipper - Churchill

119. Seneca Root Plant

120. Lady Slipper - Montague

121. Tin - Munton Flowers (7 transparencies) (see Article in Weekend Magazine)

7 Forts

122. Fort York 1782

York Factory 1853

Moose Factory 1854

Fort Simpson

Fort Chipewyan

123. Lower Fort Garry - Retail Store, 1955

124. Fort Garry Gate 1835

125. Old Fort Garry - University Gate (negative)

126. Lower Fort Garry 1955

127. Fort Prince of Wales - Churchill

128. Fort Prince of Wales - Churchill - fortifications

129. Fort Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan - remains

7 130. Fossils - Stonewall
7 131.(e)Funeral Rites and Ceremonies - Rural Manitoba
8 Gillam

132. 1929 (photo and negative

133. Locomotive at Gillam (1920's)

134. Gillam under construction 1928-29

135. Nursing staff Gillam Epidemic of 1929

136. Railway Station 1953

137. Trailers used as classrooms 1967

138. Construction 1968

139. Hydro trip to Gillam August 1968

9 140. Graham, Ontario - Hudson Bay Co. General Store (n.d.)
9 Grain Elevators

141. Loaded grain cars entering the elevator

142. Grain barges arriving at elevators

143. Grain barges loaded with wheat at Fort William

9 Grand Portage Trail

144. U.S. Department of Interior marker

145. Sign re: Webster Ashburton Treaty

146. Lookout Point

147. Boundary Marker

148. One of original houses

149. Pallisades and lookout

150. Map and marker at beginning of the trail

9 151. Grand Rapids
9 152. Grand Rapids (a second view)
9 153. Grand Rapids Dam
9 154. Handcar (possibly near Churchill or Wabowden)
10 Historical Sites and Monuments

155. Dumoulin Church marker - North Dakota

156. Indian grave at Batoche

157. Duck Lake Battlefield (marker in English and Cree)

158. Parliament Buildings - Wolfe 1941

159. Parliament Buildings - LaVerendiyre 1941

160. Parliament Buildings - Burns 1941

161 Dufferin-Emerson NUIT Fort 1949

162. Fort Alexander-Cairn 1963

163. Fort Alexander-Cairn (Close-up)

164. Gimli 1968 cairn - 1st settlement of Icelandic people in Canada

165. Gimli-Viking monument

166. Gladstone 3rd crossing of White Mud River

167. Mordern-cairn

168. Morris, Manitoba Women's Institutes marker 1961

169. Morris, Manitoba - site of two fur trading posts Northwest Co and XY Co. 1801

170. Portage-cairn (La Reine)

171. St. Norbert and the Abbey of Our Lady of the Prairies

172. Wawanesa-cairn

173. Wawanesa-cairn

174. Wawanesa-cairn

175. Willow Point - birthplace of 1st Icelander in Western Canada

176. Winnipeg-First Masonic Lodge

177. Lord Selkirk Monument 1959

178. Main Street Bridge marker marks bridge of Old Forts

179. Winnipeg-City Hall (both monuments)

180. Winnipeg-Queen Victoria monument

181. Winnipeg-South African Monument

182. Winnipeg-Vimy Ridge Monument

183. Winnipeg-Midwinter Park 1958

184. Unidentified Marker (Peguis perhaps?)

185. Negative of Sons of Martha Cairn

10 Houses

186. Oldest Log House in Fort Garry 1870 (currently known as "Nun's House")

187. Winnipeg-Dalnavert 1895 - Sir Hugh John Macdonald's house

188. Old St. Andrew's Manse, 1853 (made of Red River stone)

189. Stony Mountain Quarry Superintendent's home (pink tinted and buff limestone) C. A. Keplin home

190. Seven Oaks House and buildings

191. Old Houses seen on Manitoba Historical Trip East 1969 (5 prints and 1 negative)(photos unidentified)

192-194. Van Slyck House

195. St. Laurent House - (side entrance)

196. St. Laurent House - (front view)

11 Indians

197. Indian summer camp - Lake Winnipeg

198. Dorothy Francis and daughter on TV set (tepee)

199. Dorothy Francis(part of T.V. series)

200. Indian handicraft group

201. Dorothy Francis May 1963

202. Rev. and Mrs. F.E. Pitts who adopted Dorothy Francis

203. Chief of the Long Plains Reserve - Frank Merrick

204. Indian child in full chieftains garb

205. Cheyenne Scout - Red-Armed Panther or Red Sleeve

206. Indian Teepee on The Pas Reserve 1912

207. One (1) envelope of negative marked "Oak River Reserve"

11 208. Indian and Metis Centre - Donald St., Winnipeg - n.d.
11 209. Kettle Rapids on the Nelson
11 Lighthouses

210. Lighthouse on Lake Winnipeg

211. At Warren's Landing

212. At Warren's Landing and Supplies being unloaded

11 213. St. Andrews Locks on the Red River 1949
11 214. St. Andrews Locks
11 Locomotives

215. Prairie Dog Central built 1882 Steam Locomotive

216. Steam Locomotive in Scotland 1958

217. Steam Locomotive in Scotland 1958

218. Old Steam Locomotive (unidentified, but probably in the Transcona yard)

219-225. Seven (7) Old Locomotives in Transcona Scrap Yard

226. Model Train

11 Museums

227. Gateway Stopping Place Museum-Emerson, Manitoba

228. John Walter Historic Site - Edmonton, Alberta

229. John Walter Historic Site - Edmonton, Alberta

230. Hudson's Bay Co. Historical Museum, Winnipeg, Manitoba

12 231-233. Neepawa, Manitoba 1960
12 Norway House

234. (Miss Seamens on Railroad track)

235. Hudson's Bay Co.

236. Hudson's Bay Co. another view

237. Hudson's Bay Co.(close up)

238. Old Jail

239. Indian Children (late 1920's)

240. Farmers

241-243. Residential school (three views)

12 244. Odhill Hudson's Bay Line (n.d.)
12 The Pas

245. Hudson's Bay Line 1913

246. Hudson's Bay Line 1913 (negative)

247. The Pas 1913

248. The Pas 1952

249. First baby born in an aeroplane - Le Pas 1931

250. Lynx

251. Lynx

252. Beaver hut

253. Indian Reserve

254. (nurses at Le Pas?)

255. Silver fox pelts

256. Fire Brigade

257. 1913-Mayor H. Finger (street scene)

258. Hauling lumber

259. Hauling lumber

260. Construction crew

13 261. Port Nelson
13 Portraits

262. Unidentified people on passenger ship

263. Andy Cordner - Glass maker 1968

264. Eskimo child (June Turner 2 yrs. - 1947)

265. Eskimo man and white woman

266. Nan Shipley and Frances (Frances and the Crees) Skelton 1957

267. Nan Shipley 1961

268. Children - possibly the Stretch Family

269. Elizabeth Young - Wife of missionary at Norway House and Berens River - signature appears on Treaty No. 5

270. Father Ruh - builder of more than twenty Ukrainian Catholic Churches

271. Jane Dallas McKay

272. Child - unidentified

273. Two negatives of 271 and 272.

274. Margaret Rowant McKay

275. James McKay

276. Rev. John McKay

277. Major General Fred Middleton

278. John Seamen and Wife (negative)

13 279. Prince Albert, Saskatchewan-Bridge
13 Portages

280. Lynx Falls

281. Burntwood Falls

4 Quarries
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114 Stony Mountain - Manager D. Kelpin

283. Truck loading from storage bin.

284. Rock crusher and feed chute

285. Dumping rock in Apron Feeder

286. Scalping Screen

287. Mechanical Shovel

288. Blasted limestone, Inwood, Manitoba

289. Shop Front facing of coloured limestone

290. Front end loader

291. Home, showing coloured limestone in walls, chimney and flower boxes

292. Blasted rock, Stoney Mountain

293. Another home of limestone

294. Another home

295. Photo of actual blast

296. Blasted rock with wagon drill and compressor

297. Rock entering crusher from Apron Feeder

298. 12 Ton capacity Apron Feeder

299. Double impeller 30" Rock Crusher and main conveyor

300. House - Tyndal Stone

301. Section quarry face

302. Bungalow type home

303. Bungalow type home

282. Limestone - Manitoba

15 Transportation - Railways

304. CNR Board Meeting(n.d.)

305. Canada's First Railway-Champlain and St. Lawrence Railway between Laprairie and St. John's Quebec July 21, 1837

306. First Transcontinental Train July 1, 1886

307. First through train in Vancouver Station July 4, 1886

308. First transcontinental train in Calgary July 2, 1886

309. before the branch lines - Hudson's Bay Company train of carts from the North arrives at Calgary Railway Station 1388, laden with furs.

310. Handcar on the Hudson's Bay Railroad

311. Old engine at Austin Museum 1958

312. Hudson's Bay Railroad

313. Mile 82

314. Mile 82

315-320. Mile 349

321-323. Mile 412

324-379. Old Engines

16 Transportation - Carts

380. Water cart-1874

381. Stage Coach on the Cariboo Trail, B.C. 1885

382. Ox Train 1872-1874 (Long River)

383. Red River carts 1870

384. Ox cart (Lord and Lady Dufferin visit Rockford 1877)

16 385-387. Transportation - Sledge Dogs
16 Transportation - Streetcars

388. Opening of Winnipeg

389. Last run of Winnipeg Streetcars Sept. 1955

16 Snowplows

390. Blizzard 1929

391. Swan Lake 1929

392-412. Transcona Scrapyard

16 413-414. Telegraph lines
16 415. Transcona Shops - Trees
16 416-422. Wabowden
16 Winnipeg

423. Buildings - Hudson's Bay Co-General Office

424. Buildings - St. Andrew's Rectory 1880

425. Flood 1950

426. Flood 1950 Highway 75 (south)

427. Winnipeg - Main Street - North [ca. 1875]

428. Main Street - East side looking south [ca. 1875]

429. Main Street - West side looking south [ca. 1875]

430. Monuments - Cairn at Portage

431. Parks - River - Pontoon bridge connecting Park 4 and St. Vital (at end of Osborne St. - 1911)

432. Parks - Happyland amusement park - Portage and Greenwood Place 1912

433. Parks - River Park playground 1914

434. Parks - The Zoo - River Park n.d.

435. Schools - Miss Davis School for Young Ladies 1858

18 Wetusko (Herbe Lake)

436-437. Handcar on railway

438. Railway under construction

18 Miscellaneous Items

439-443. Fishing Knives

444. Fishing Rods

445-448. Fishing lures

449. Finnish Ice Bore

450. NWMP Barracks, Regina 1885

451. Historical Western Scenes

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452. Paddle wheel at port Nelson

453. Where the Limestone and Nelson Rivers meet

454. Bridge at Kettle Rapids

455. Bridge at Kettle Rapids

456. Mile 340 - Hudson's Bay Railway - Thos. Riddock and C. Traders

457. Telegraph lines at Mile 340 - Winter scene

458. Port Nelson Railway Terminus

459. Locomotive 2152 - with Cariboo Antlers

460. Telegraph lines along the Hudson's Bay Line beyond the tree-line

461. Cairn erected by the Sons of Martha in honour of those who built the railway

462. Arctic flowers

463. Arctic flowers at Churchill

464. Countess of Dufferin (old locomotive)

465. Locomotive 2747 - at end of the line

466. Temporary hospital tents at Gillam-Typhoid outbreak 1929

467. Digging out the snowplow after the great blizzard 1929 stranded Nurse Cotter's hospital car.

468. Locomotive 5140

469. Flooded railway tracks

470. Fort Prince of Wales - Churchill

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471. St. Boniface Basilica before the fire

472. Anglican Church at Gillam - built by Indians in the mid-1920's

473. The angels at the entrance to the church at Cook's Creek

474. Artists conception of Lower Fort Garry

475. Interior of trading store at Upper Fort Garry, Winnipeg

476. Colour painting of Blood Indians

477. Churchill Historical Site - Battery on Cape Merry

478. Nurse Peggy Shomperlan in charge of emergency hospitals at Gillam 1929

1 Portraits

479. Elizabeth Alice Archibald (wife of Manitoba's first Lieutenant-Governor. The only woman to sign Treaty No. 1 at Fort Garry, August 3, 1871.)

480. William MacTavish (Governor of Assiniboia n.d.)

481. Dr. H.S. Atkinson (Portage la Prairie n.d.)

1 482. Feed Bag Fashions - colour transparencies (6) (see Montreal Star article)
1 483-485. Portage la Prairie - Indian Residential School
1 486. Delta Marsh 1954
2 487-500. Reader Collection

-Northcote Reader holding document assigning Joseph Reader to Indian Agency at Le Pas 1883

-as above (another pose)

-Joseph Reader's boat (Glad Tidings")

-Joseph Reader's York boat

-Joseph Reader's medicine chest

-river scene - unidentified

-roadside collection of horns on the road to Le Pas

-Lynx Falls

-Letter to J. Reader dated 1876

-another letter - same date

-home of Northcote Reader near Le Pas (log house built in 1883)

-12 negatives

3 St. Norbert

501. New Bridge

502. Old Wooden Bridge

4 503-505. Fort Garry Assembly Room and Conservatory
4 506. Tennis match (ca. 1900-1914)
4 507. Colour negatives of Nun's House and Washington Tree
4 508-509. Fisher River
4 510-514. Totem Poles (513. missing)
5 515. Pat Wheeler, Nan Shipley and Mayor Wankling of Fort Garry
5 516-519. Canadian Authors Convention - Banff 1954
5 520. Penhandlers Writing Group 1953
5 521-522. Nan Shipley - "Whistle on the Wind" celebration
5 523. Students - Rossville Residential Day School
5 524. Red River Cart train in 1870's (log building in background)
5 525. Mr. S. Brookes with his butterfly collection
5 526. One envelope of negative (colour) of Alex and Mary Grisdale and Scanterbury Reserve
5 527. Alex Grisdale
5 528. Mary and Alex Grisdale with Nan Shipley
5 529. Mary and Alex Grisdale (black and white photo)
5 530-531. The spring at Scanterbury Indian Reserve
5 532. Mary Grisdale (colour photo)
5 533. John Paupanchis (Magistrate-Norway House)

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