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Pièce · 1882-06-26 - 1888-10-22
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A collection of documents relating to Bylaws 135, 136, 183, and 424 regarding "vehicles used in the conveyance of passengers for hire" as well as "vehicles used in transporting goods, wares, merchandize, or any article or thing." Includes a printing of Bylaw 183 from June 26, 1882, which repeals Bylaws 135 and 136, a printing of Bylaw 424 from October 22, 1888, which amends Bylaw 183, and two printed cards listing tariff amounts for the various types of services. All documents include a map of the "First Division" of the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Pièce · 1909
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

The account of a journey from Fort Abercrombie, North Dakota to Fort Garry (Winnipeg), Manitoba and back again in 1864, reproduced and printed by the North Dakota Historical Society. A two page letter dated May 1909 from the author to the Massachusetts Historical Society, mostly concerning the translation of Indigenous names into English, is pasted into the book between the last page and endpaper.

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Pièce · December, 1911
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

The first student publication from the Nutana Collegiate Institute, when it was still the Saskatoon Collegiate Institute, and bearing the title "The Collegiate Hermes." Subtitled "Semper Paratus" (Always Ready), it includes history and information on the collegiate, student writing samples, athletics report, notable alumni (some names redacted), and advertisements for local businesses. The name Clifford Bell [?] is written on the front cover.

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Pièce · June, 1911
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Vol. 3 No. 5 of the Trail Magazine. Primarily short stories, titles include "Imperial Defence," "Nash of the Royal Mounted," "Crusty's Coup," and "Heads or Tails." Also includes poetry, photographs and illustrations, a Q&A section with "Sure-Shot Bill," and advertisements for local businesses.

Pièce · 1918
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Non-fiction. Subtitled "Which Tells of Pioneer Trails Along Which the Farmers of Western Canada Fought Their Way to Great Achievements in Co-operation." The first loose endpaper bears two handwritten notes: the first is written in pencil near the top edge and reads "Wm (William) Rutherford" and the second just below in blue pen reads "William Rutherford "Sunnyacre Farm," Wheatland, Man."

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Pièce · September, 1925 - June 1947
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Two year books from "S.N.S." (Saskatoon Normal School) for the school years of 1925-1926 and 1946-1947. They both include composite photographs of graduating students, writing samples and poetry, yearbook staff lists, athletics reports, editorials, and messages from the principal. The 1925-1926 copy has the inscription "Margaret M. Rennie, Room A. S.N.S." on the first page, many handwritten signitures under "Autographs" on pages 56-57, and the signature of orchestra conductor Mrs. Helen Davies Sherry on page 115. The 1946-1947 copy has two newspaper clippings attached to the inside of the front cover reporting on the death of Dr. Frederick James Gathercole, one being from the Leader-Post of Regina, Saskatchewan and dated Tuesday, December 28, 1993. Another clipping on the funeral service for Mrs. E. J. Ouellette is taped to page 34, and an obituary for Michael Joseph Schafer is taped to page 65 underneath his portrait, dated 1947. A retirement notice for Roy Lockert, also clipped from the Leader-Post and dated Friday, July 4, 1980, is attached to page 101. Pages 102-104 contain various other materials taped in including graduation programs, a red heart-shaped autograph book with signatures, and a typed memo on the decision of the Saskatoon Normal School Student's Assembly during their executive meeting on Tuesday, June 17, 1947 to "allot a sum of $50 to the next assembly for the buying of a radio." It also includes advertisements for local businesses.

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Pièce · April, 1926
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A school paper, reminiscent of a yearbook, from Kelvin Technical High School in Winnipeg, dated April 1926. Includes stories, poetry, photographs, athletics reports, and advertisements for local businesses, as well as general information about the school and a list of the editorial staff. This copy appears to have belonged to Margaret Forsyth, and the inside of the front cover and first page are covered with classmate signatures.

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Pièce · June, 1928
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Vol. XIII, No. 2 of the Hermes. Includes composite photographs and write-ups on the graduating classes of the year, short stories and poems by students, an autograph page (signed by Norma Bennett and Lissetta Elviss [?]), a list of pieces collected for an art gallery and prints of selected pieces, information and photographs of various clubs and sports teams, and advertisements for local businesses. The front cover bears a gold foil image of a version of the caduceus with winged shoes, and the name J. M. Bishop (Room VI) is written at the top.

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Pièce · June, 1929
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Vol. XIV, No. 2 of the Hermes. Includes photographs and write-ups on the graduating classes of the year, short stories and poems by students, an autograph page with many signatures, information and photographs of various clubs and sports teams, and advertisements for local businesses. The front cover bears a gold foil image of a version of the caduceus with winged shoes, and the name J. M. Bishop is written at the top.

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Pièce · June, 1931
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

VOL. XVI, No. 1 of the Hermes. Includes photographs and write-ups on the graduating classes of the year, short stories and poems by students, information and photographs of various clubs and sports teams and other school updates, and advertisements for local businesses. The front cover bears a gold foil image of a version of the caduceus with winged shoes.

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FC 3216.3 P63 R64 2.2.6 · Pièce · March 1931
Fait partie de Roger Pocock archives

Pocock's article, "Nine Men who 'Discovered' America," published in The Cornhill Magazine, no. 417, in March 1931. His article covers historical accounts of men who 'discovered' America before Columbus. The rest of the magazine consists of short stories, serialized novel chapters, poems, opinion pieces, and advertisements.

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Pièce · 1939
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A children's illustrated rhyming book about the evolution of transportation in Canada, provided by the Canadian Pacific Railway to young passengers. There is a blue card attached to the last page that reads "A Secret - This little book has been printed especially for the many Children who travel on the Canadian Pacific. It is all for them except the next two pages which are for Mother, Father or Grown-ups only - Tear off at perforation and the secret is out." The perforation has not been opened, but is known to contain information on dining accommodations available to passengers travelling with children. The inside of the back cover contains photographs of Canadian Pacific Hotels and a list of hostelries.

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Pièce · 1941 - 1942
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A yearbook for the Alberta Normal School in Edmonton for 1941-1942. Contents include a history of normal schools in Alberta, a dedication (opposite a colourized mounted photograph of a mountain scene with a bridge over a river), a message from the principal, poems and writing samples from students, photographs of students, staff, and scenes from campus, inspirational messages, and write-ups on sports teams and other activities and clubs. The last 25 pages are advertisements for local businesses, complete with its own directory. "Berthold Figur" written on the front loose endpaper.

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Pièce · May, 1946
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

Vol. 11, No. 1 of "Historical Bulletin," a supplement to the "Historical Nights" publication from the Calgary Associate Clinic, dated May, 1946. Article titles are "Dr. Hermann Biggs," "Medical Anomalies," "Medical Pioneering in Alberta," "Unforgettable Incidents in Private Practice," and "A Medical Miscellany." A label and note on the front covers calls attention to a "Salutation to Dr. G.D. Stanley on the occasion of his seventieth birthday" on page ten.

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Pièce · 1955
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A reprinting, with pictures, of a journal kept by a member of a group of six "city folk" who took a canoe trip in Northern Saskatchewan from July 23 to August 13 [1955]. Author Denis Coolican was the President of the Canadian Bank Note Company. Their route is marked out on a large map that is attached to and unfolds from inside of the back cover.

Pièce · [c. 1950]
Fait partie de Prairie Ephemera Collection

A fictional story told in second-person point of view about the average prairie province farmer's discontent with the privatized grain trade system, and answered by farmer-owned co-operative wheat pools. Illustrations feature farm buildings, horse-drawn carts, grain elevators, the Statue of Liberty, and images of crooked businessmen or "gamblers."

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David McKnight fonds
PS 8237 M6 D38 · Fonds · [197-]-2012

Fonds consist of David McKnight’s Canadian Little Magazine and Small Press archive, reflecting his interest in documenting the history of this genre of Canadian publishing, and include the pioneering work in the field done by Wynne Francis whose research files form part of the fonds. Through both of their collecting, the David McKnight fonds consists of materials which cover the history of Canadian small press publishing from 1923-2010.

The designation of the series was arrived at after considering the ordering of the material as it was received at Bruce Peel Special Collections. It was clear that there was an original ordering of the files, often according to an alphabetical or chronological scheme, and the files had titles. David McKnight separated his files broadly into those associated with his mentor and advisor, Wynne Francis, and his own research/collection files, and as much as possible, this structure is maintained. Series titles were arrived at after considering the collection in its entirety, and the apparent order implied by McKnight’s file listings and comments. The material was received in two shipments, but was intended as one donation, so some assignment of series and file titles, combining the material in the two shipments, was necessary. The records are almost all textual, although there are three microfilm reels, two cassette tapes, and two photographs.

Taking into consideration both the information provided by David McKnight in a letter to the Head of Bruce Peel Special Collections, and the contents of the records received, six series and several sub-series were established to better facilitate access to the collection.