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The Collected Archives

Hallama Family fonds
Marketa Newman fonds

Per Holting fonds

Spencer Family fonds

Frederick Philip Grove fonds
Dieter Roger fonds

Skapti Arason fonds
Simon Simonarson fonds

Dixon/Baker Family fonds

Sybil Shack fonds

Tennenhouse Family fonds

Copland, Hunter and Anderson Family fonds
MacDonald Family fonds

Turks and Caicos Islands
Lewis St. George Stubbs fonds

Alpha Omega Society fonds
Michael Ewanchuk fonds
Klymkiw Family fonds
Bill Lobchuk fonds
Parks Canada fonds
G.W. Simpson fonds
Mary Wawrykow fonds
Bill Wsiaki fonds
Anne Yanchyshyn fonds
Roman Yereniuk fonds

Various Ethnicities & Immigration Policy
Ed Kleiman fonds
A.S. Morton Manuscript Collection
W.C. Murray fonds
Mabel Timlin fonds
Winnipeg Tribune fonds


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Institution: University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections

Collection Identifier: MSS 24, PC 18

Title: Winnipeg Tribune fonds

Dates: ca. 1930s-1980

Extent: 243 m of textual records and graphic materials

Administrative History: The Winnipeg Tribune, one of
western Canada's oldest newspapers, was founded in
1890 by L.R. Richardson and D.L. McIntyre who scraped
together $7000 to take over the press and premises of the
old Winnipeg Sun. Struggling under the restraints of
outdated equipment and no telegraph service, the new
paper survived and with the aid of Winnipeg's growing
population and economic boom fast became a viable
alternative to the rival Winnipeg Free Press. While primarily
regarded as an independent liberal paper covering local
events and personalities, the Tribune also reported on
national and international news. After 90 years of operation,
the Winnipeg Tribune ceased publication unexpectedly in
August of 1980 as a result of negotiations between
competing newspaper chains.

Digitized Material: The digitized material from the
Winnipeg Tribune fonds consists of newsclippings and
photographs pertaining to refugees, immigration policy, and
immigration among Czechoslovaks, Hungarians, Chinese,
Japanese, English, Mennonites, Portugese, and

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