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Leonard Evans collection

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions12705
Part Of
RG 5 Western Manitoba Manuscript Collection
Description Level
Collection
GMD
textual records
Date Range
1988-1998
Accession Number
7-2011
Part Of
RG 5 Western Manitoba Manuscript Collection
Description Level
Collection
Accession Number
7-2011
GMD
textual records
Date Range
1988-1998
Physical Description
1.05 m
Physical Condition
Good
History / Biographical
Leonard Salisbury Evans was born on August 19, 1929 in Winnipeg, MB and was educated at the University of Winnipeg, the University of Manitoba, Simon Fraser University and the University of Ottawa. He was employed as an economist and a professor of economics before entering political life. Evans first ran for public office in the Canadian federal election of 1953 as a candidate for the Cooperative Commonwealth Federation in the constituency of St Boniface. Evans was elected to the Manitoba legislature as a New Democrat in the provincial election of 1969 in the constituency of Brandon East. He was appointed Minister of Mines and Natural Resources in the Edward Schreyer government. Later he assumed the position of Minister of Industry and Commerce. He occupied this position until the defeat of the Schreyer government in 1977. Evans was re-elected in the provincial elections of 1973 and 1977. Following the return to government of the New Democratic Party in 1981-1988, Evans held various senior cabinet posts. Evans served as opposition finance critic from 1988 to 1999. Evans retired from active politics with the 1999 provincial election.
Custodial History
These records were created during the 1990s and held in the Brandon East constuency office until they were brought to the S.J. McKee Archives by Drew Caldwell in November 2003. Drew Caldwell succeeded Len Evans as the MLA for Brandon East in the 1999 provincial election.
Scope and Content
Collection consists of correspondence between Evans and various constituents on a wide range of topics - personal and otherwise - and subject files on social, economic and political matters relevant to Brandon East.
Notes
Description by Tom Mitchell.
Access Restriction
Constituency correspondence closed for thirty years from the date of its creation.
Storage Location
2011 accessions
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Cedric Vendyback collection

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions12708
Part Of
RG 6 Brandon University fonds
Description Level
Collection
GMD
multiple media
Date Range
1972-1978
Accession Number
16-2011
10-2012
Part Of
RG 6 Brandon University fonds
Description Level
Collection
Accession Number
16-2011
10-2012
GMD
multiple media
Date Range
1972-1978
Physical Description
23 photographs (b/w)
140 photographs (color)
playbills and newspaper clippings
History / Biographical
Cedric Vendyback was born August 28, 1923 in Leeds, Yorkshire, England and was educated at Harehills Council School till the age of fourteen - then becoming a labourer. At the outbreak of World War II, he educated himself for aircrew duties and in 1942 came to Canada where he was trained as a fighter pilot and was commissioned as an officer in the Royal Air Force until demonbilisation in 1946. He flew as a Reservist pilot from 1948 to 1968. After Training College, Vendyback became a teacher in 1948 and in 1953 began empirical training with Alex Baron as an actor and director until becoming appointed as Associate of the Drama Board, later a Licentiate of The Royal Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. In 1963, he was elected a Member of the Guild of Drama Adjudicators. In 1971, he was selected for and offered a position as a professor at Brandon University where he opened a new drama department in January 1972. Vendyback retired in 1992 and currently (June 2012) lives in Kelowna, B.C., where he works as a free-lance director and lecturer.
Custodial History
Records were in the possession of Cedric Vendyback from their creation until he donated them to the McKee Archvies in 2011 and 2012.
Scope and Content
Collection consists of records related to the activities of the Brandon University Drama Society (BUDS) and the Brandon University Drama Department collected by Cedric Vendyback during his years as head of the department. The Society performed plays in the then Drama Building, the J.R.C. Evans Lecture Theatre and the Westman Centennial Auditorium. Accession 16-2011 (1972-1978) consists of a photograph album of photographs, playbills and related newspaper clippings for Brandon University Drama Society productions staged between 1972 and 1978. Accession 10-2012 (1972-1985) consists of: production reviews from various newspapers and playbills for BUDS productions; a historical fact sheet provided by the donor regarding the Drama Department's service to the community; student evaluation extracts; and the course description for Play Production.
Notes
History/Bio provided by Cedric Vendyback. Description by Christy Henry.
Storage Location
2011 accessions
Related Material
Brandon University Drama Society (RG 6, 7.1.15)
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Herbert Goodland collection

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions12709
Part Of
RG 5 Western Manitoba Manuscript Collection
Description Level
Collection
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1913-1915
Accession Number
17-2011
Part Of
RG 5 Western Manitoba Manuscript Collection
Description Level
Collection
Accession Number
17-2011
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1913-1915
Physical Description
32 b/w photographs
History / Biographical
Herbert (Bert) Goodland was born in Birkenhead, England in 1877 and moved to Canada with his parents James and Hannah in the late 1800's. James Goodland died in 1920 and is buried in Brandon, MB. In 1900, Bert Goodland became Farm Manager at the Brandon Indian Residential School. He also taught Agriculture; a position he held until 1922. Goodland married Marjory Broughton in 1903, and they had one daughter, Dorothy, in 1908. In 1922, the family moved to Alberta, where Goodland took on a similar job at an Indian Residential School near Edmonton. After his retirement in the 1940's, he and Marjory moved to Chilliwack, BC, where Marjory died in 1955. Herbert Goodland's last years were spent in Ontario and he died there in 1970.
Custodial History
Photographs were created/collected by Herbert Goodland during the period he taught at the Brandon Indian Residential School. The photographs passed from Goodland's wife Marjory to their daughter Dorothy and then to Dorothy's daughter Doreen Oke. Oke donated them to the McKee Archives in November 2011.
Scope and Content
Collection consists of 32 b/w photographs (some loose, some as part of album pages) of the Brandon Indian Residential School. Subjects include school grounds, buildings and students. There are also a few photographs of Brandon and one reproduced image of the Goodland family.
Notes
History/Bio provided by Doreen Oke. Description by Christy Henry.
Subject Access
residential schools
Indigenous Peoples
assimilation
colonialism
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Margaret Menzies collection

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions12723
Part Of
MG 4 Brandon University Students
Description Level
Collection
GMD
multiple media
Date Range
1959-2007; predominant 1983-2001
Accession Number
13-2012
Part Of
MG 4 Brandon University Students
Description Level
Collection
Accession Number
13-2012
GMD
multiple media
Date Range
1959-2007; predominant 1983-2001
Physical Description
18 cm textual records
1 photograph
History / Biographical
Margaret Menzies was born on July 30th, 1920, at a family farm located in Oakburn, Manitoba. She grew up on the family farm and attended school in both Oakburn and Shoal Lake. She married Donald Menzies on June 4th, 1941. Together they had four children. In 1959, the family moved to Brandon, Manitoba, where they lived for the rest of their lives. Margaret Menzies was a longtime and active member of the International Toastmistress Club (ITC), and was also involved in the Consumers Association of Canada, Seniors for Seniors, as well as being a member of the Liberal Party of Canada and the Central United Church. Menzies did not graduate from high school in her early years, but managed to continue her education and receive a bachelor of arts degree from Brandon University at the age of 70. Margaret Menzies passed away on June 9th, 2012.
Custodial History
Records in the collection were brought to the S.J McKee Archives on July 13, 2012, by Gerald Brown, on behalf of the family of Margaret Menzies.
Scope and Content
Collection contains of two scrapbooks created by Margaret Menzies. The scrapbooks contain various cards, itinerary's, and other documents associated with Menzies' membership in the International Toastmistress Club. The items in the scrapbooks date from the mid 1980's to the late 1990's. Also included in the collection are four local history books. The first is a 100 year history of the town of Oakburn, Manitoba, from 1870 to 1970, published during celebrations of Manitoba's centenniary in 1970. Next is a book about the history of the town of Shoal Lake, Manitoba, which was published in 1959 on the 50th anniversary of the founding of the town of Shoal Lake in 1909. The last two books are the first and second volumes of Ripples on the Lake, which cover the history of the Shoal Lake municipality from 1884. The first volume covers the first 100 years of the history of the Shoal Lake region, being published in 1984. The second volume was published in 2007, covering the history of Shoal Lake since 1984, as well as including new information that was not published in the 1984 version of the book. Finally, the collection contains one photograph of Margaret Menzies receiving her bachelor of arts degree from Peter Hordern, dean of arts of Brandon University.
Notes
Biographical information provided by obituary entry in the Brandon Sun, June 16, 2012. Description by Tyler Warren (October 2012).
Name Access
Shoal Lake
Oakburn
International Toastmistress Club
Urban Acres Toastmistress Club
Subject Access
women's organizations
public relations
Leadership
communication
local histories
Storage Range
2012 accessions
Related Material
International Toastmistress Club-Land O' Lakes Region fonds (15-2002)
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Dorothy Cox collection

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions12724
Part Of
RG 5 Western Manitoba Manuscript Collection
Description Level
Collection
GMD
multiple media
Date Range
1878-1970
Accession Number
11-2012
Part Of
RG 5 Western Manitoba Manuscript Collection
Description Level
Collection
Accession Number
11-2012
GMD
multiple media
Date Range
1878-1970
Physical Description
17 cm textual records
4 color photographs
Physical Condition
Cover of Young School minute book is moderately damaged, but pages are in good condition with only minor water damage and a few ripped pages.
History / Biographical
Dorothy Cox (nee Frost) moved from Elm Creek to Justice in 1946 to work as a schoolteacher. In 1948, she married Laval Cox and together they had four children: Larry, Herd, Rosalie and Heather. In 1949, Dorothy and Laval purchased Gibb Gillespie's PSV business and began hauling grain, cattle and agricultural equipment. Dorothy went back to teaching in 1959, first at Justice and then Elton Collegiate. After retiring from teaching in 1978, Dorothy started a greenhouse, which operated for 21 years. All six members of the Cox family were active in community events and organizations. Dorothy was involved in establishing the baby band in 1951; her sons Larry and Herb were members. Along with Laval, Dorothy was a leader of the Cubs in 1955-1956 and again in 1958-1959. Laval was the leader of the local hockey club in 1958, and of a bible study group in 1960. Larry, Herb and Rosalie were avid skaters in 1960-64. Heather and Rosalie were enrolled in senior grades of Sunday school in 1970.
Custodial History
Records were collected by Dorothy Cox, a resident of Justice, over a number of years. She donated them to the McKee Archives on April 4, 2012.
Scope and Content
Collection consists of records related to the history of the Justice district. It includes a history of the Justice Church (1910-1970); minute and expense books for the Justice Hockey Club (1949-1966); a minute and expense book for Young Protestant School (1884-1898); a copy of the Justice 100th Anniversary community history (2009); and four color photographs of Justice Church.
Notes
History/Bio information taken from the content of the collection. Description by James Heaman (2012).
Name Access
Justice, MB
Subject Access
churches
local histories
Hockey
Repro Restriction
Church photos taken in 1970 are subject to Canadian copyright restrictions, which researchers are required to comply with.
Related Material
Lawrence Stuckey fonds 1-2002 (photographs of Justice school, church, elevator and houses)
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Leonard Muirhead collection

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions12725
Part Of
RG 1 Brandon College fonds
Description Level
Collection
GMD
textual records
Date Range
1937-1938
Accession Number
12-2012
Part Of
RG 1 Brandon College fonds
Description Level
Collection
Accession Number
12-2012
GMD
textual records
Date Range
1937-1938
Physical Description
1 file
History / Biographical
Leonard Andrew Muirhead (1918–2008) was the only child of Andrew and Isabella Muirhead. He grew up on the farm homestead in the Summerville District near Carberry, Manitoba. He graduated from Carberry Collegiate when he was sixteen. He helped out on the farm for two yeas after graduation then attended United College, Winnipeg, and then Brandon College. Muirhead then worked in the Financial Department at Canada Packers in Saint Boniface until 1942. In 1942 he returned home and helped his father with the farm operation. Leonard married Verle Sinclair, a local schoolteacher, on October 12, 1951. They had three daughters: Iris, Gwen, and Arla. In 1965, health reasons made him give up active farming and he began an income tax preparation business as well as selling investments for Trust Companies. Leonard Muirhead attended Brandon College for the 1937-1938 school year. This was the last year that Brandon College was associated with McMaster University as it then became affiliated with the University of Manitoba.
Custodial History
The papers remained with Leonard Muirhead’s papers until his daughter, Iris Muirhead, donated the papers to the S.J. McKee Archives in 2011.
Scope and Content
Collection consists primarily of 1938 examination papers from Brandon College, when it was affiliated with McMaster University. It also contains an exam schedule and a course outline. It contains examination papers from spring 1938 for the courses of 2nd and 3rd Years Physics 2y, 3w, Bible 2k, Psychology 2a, Mathematics 2x, Mathematics 1e, a syllabus for second term English 1g2a, and an examination timetable for spring 1938 for Brandon College.
Notes
History/Bio information taken from conversation with Leonard Muirhead's daughter, Iris Muirhead in October 2012 and from obituary http://passages.winnipegfreepress.com/passage-details/id-136216/(accessed October 24, 2012). Description by Jennifer Sylvester (October 2012).
Name Access
Leonard Muirhead
Brandon College
McMaster University
Subject Access
post-secondary education
Arts
Mathematics
theology
examinations
Storage Location
2012 accessions
Related Material
Brandon College fonds
The Sickle 1937-1938
The Leonard Muirhead collection is available at the Carberry Plains Archives. Leonard Muirhead also donated records related to Montrose School and Carberry 4-H Combines to the Carberry Plains Archives.
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Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music Competition for the Performance of Contemporary Music collection

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions12726
Part Of
RG 5 Western Manitoba Manuscript Collection
Description Level
Collection
GMD
multiple media
Date Range
1976-2011
Accession Number
16-2012
Part Of
RG 5 Western Manitoba Manuscript Collection
Description Level
Collection
Accession Number
16-2012
GMD
multiple media
Date Range
1976-2011
Physical Description
25 cm textual records
43 posters
34 event programs
approximately 9 photographs
History / Biographical
The Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music Competition (commonly called the E-Gré Competition) is the most important annual contemporary music competition for exceptional emerging Canadian performing artists in piano, voice, and strings. Since 1976, the E-Gré has promoted the performance of Canadian and contemporary music of the 20th and 21st centuries and has commissioned 31 new works by leading Canadian composers. The S.C. Eckhardt-Gramatté Competition received its letters patent in 1974 and its legal incorporation in 1979. The inaugural competition was held in 1976 and continues to be held annually at Brandon University. The competition has undergone a few name changes since its inception. For the 8th annual event of the competition the name changed to the Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music Competition for the Performance of Canadian music. Prior to the 27th competition, the event listed both contemporary music as well as Canadian music. The competition is administered by a board and artistic director.
Custodial History
The records were held by the Eckhardt-Gramatté competition until their donation to the McKee Archives in the summer of 2010 by Pat Carrabré, President of the Eckhardt-Gramatté Competition Board.
Scope and Content
Collection consists of records created and collected by the Eckhardt-Gramatté committee in the course of holding the competition each year. The records are related to the promotion and administration of the event and the annual award winners. Items include: legal documentation, including the Certificate of Revival and the incorporation documents for the Eckhardt-Gramatté Competition; press files (1976-1979, 1980-1983, 1984-1987), which include newspaper clippings and photocopies of newspaper coverage, press releases on performance orders/show times, and promotional materials for individual performer; 30 award winners' files containing promotional materials and press clippings related to the award winner; event programs; and promotional posters for every year (except 1979).
Notes
History/Bio information taken from the E-Gré national music website available at: http://e-gre.ca. (Date accessed October 26, 2012). Description by Steve Dueck (October 2012).
Name Access
Brandon Univeristy School of Music
Westman Centennial Auditorium
S.C. Eckhardt-Gramatté
Ferdinand Eckhardt
David Swan
Gwen Hoebig
Jackie Parker
Nancy Herbison
Louise Bessette
Annalee Patipatanakoon
Debra Parker
Jamie Parker
Joanne Opgenorth
Ingrid Attrot
Lesley Robertson
Janaice Girard
Jane Leibel
Krista Buckland
Audrey Andrist
Elizabeth Pomes
Bridget Hunt
Bang Lang Do
Heather Pawsey
Jasper Wood
Krystyna Tucka-Gaweda
Vilma Vitols
Elissa Lee
Heather Schmidt
Nikki Einfeld
Kerry DuWors
Lana Henchell
Su Jeon
Kristin Mueller-Heaslip
Subject Access
music
performing arts
performing artists
music competitions
music festivals
Repro Restriction
Photographs in the collection are covered by Canadian copyright law. Researchers are responsible to honour appropriate legislation.
Language Note
Some posters contain French.
Storage Location
2012 accessions
Related Material
Media Kit for the 10th annual competition can be found in the Dr. J.R.C. Evans collection at the S.J McKee Archives (accession number: 7-2004). All listings below can also be found at S.J. McKee Archives at Brandon University: Francis Chaplin collection: Dean of Music: School of Music: Eckhardt-Gramatté: trio for violin, violoncello and piano (accession number: 13-2008): Ferdinand Eckhardt: W.M.C.A Convocation (Fall 1990), Sophie Carmen Eckhardt-Grammatté: W.M.C.A Convocation (Fall 1990) #14: W.M.C.A Convocation (Fall 1990) #15: W.M.C.A Convocation (Fall 1990) #16: W.M.C.A Convocation (Fall 1990) #17: Convocation (c. 1990): W.M.C.A Convocation (Fall 1990) # 19: W.M.C.A Convocation (Fall 1990) #12: W.M.C.A Convocation (Fall 1990) #18: W.M.C.A Convocation (Fall 1990) #13: Lawrence Jones Collection (accession number: 9-2011). Information regarding Sophie-Carmen Eckhardt-Gramatté (née Fridman) Sonia Eckhardt and Dr Ferdinand Anton Ludwig Eckhardt can be found at the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections, the University of Calgary Library, Special Collections, the National Library of Canada and the Winnipeg National Art Gallery Archives.
Arrangement
Records are organized chronologically within each type of record.
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Flintstone Hill 1998-2000 - crew at Flintstone Hill

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions12325
Part Of
RG 7 Beverley Nicholson fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1998-2000
Accession Number
1-2010
Part Of
RG 7 Beverley Nicholson fonds
Description Level
Item
Series Number
2.2.2.5
Item Number
2.2.2.5.12
Accession Number
1-2010
GMD
graphic
Date Range
1998-2000
Physical Description
1115 x 800(373)
Material Details
JPEG
History / Biographical
Photograph taken during 1998-2000 Brandon University Archaeology survey at Flintstone Hill.
Scope and Content
Lauder crew in camp.
Name Access
Flintstone Hill 1998-2000 - Lauder crew in camp
Subject Access
Archaeology North lauder locale Flintstone Hill DiMe-26 Flintstone Hill 1998-2000 - Lauder crew in camp
Images
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Lawrence Jones collection

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions12333
Part Of
RG 6 Brandon University fonds
Description Level
Sub-series
GMD
textual records
Date Range
1957-1959, 1976-1992
Accession Number
9-2011
Part Of
RG 6 Brandon University fonds
Description Level
Sub-series
Series Number
MG 3 1.24
Accession Number
9-2011
GMD
textual records
Date Range
1957-1959, 1976-1992
Physical Description
30 cm
History / Biographical
See RG 6 Brandon University fonds, 7.4.1 Dean of Music for biographical information.
Custodial History
The records were collected during the course of Jones' career as a member of the School of Music and as Dean of the School of Music. They remained in his possession until their donation to the McKee Archives on June 29, 2011.
Scope and Content
Collection consists of records created and collected during the course of Lawrence Jones' teaching career in the School of Music and during his tenure as Dean of the School of Music at Brandon University. Records include: dean's log books; recital programs and related materials; personal documents; academic papers; planning documents; contracts; administration documents; workshop documents; teaching documents; proposals; reviews; evaluations; violin concerto by S.C. Eckhardt-Gramatte, piano score, edited by Lawrence Jones. Topics include: planning for the School of Music; Master's degree program; award winners; the music building expansion; adjudicating; the New Brandon University Trio; and the National Music Festival.
Name Access
Lawrence Jones
Brandon University Trio
Shane Levesque
National Music Festival
Peggy Sharpe
Deidre Irons
Kenneth Drake
School of Music
Subject Access
Education
music
administration
performing arts
performing artists
Storage Location
MG 3 Brandon University Teaching and Administration 1.24 Lawrence Jones
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Hubert Weidenhamer collection

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions12347
Part Of
RG 5 Western Manitoba Manuscript Collection
Description Level
Collection
GMD
multiple media
Date Range
April 11, 1943 - July 4, 1945
Accession Number
6-2011
Part Of
RG 5 Western Manitoba Manuscript Collection
Description Level
Collection
Accession Number
6-2011
GMD
multiple media
Date Range
April 11, 1943 - July 4, 1945
Physical Description
4 cm textual records (48 letters)
2 photographs
press clippings and several facimiles
Physical Condition
Good
History / Biographical
Hubert Clayton Weidenhamer was born near Dand, Manitoba in 1926. He was raised in Dand and attended school in the Dand Consolidated School District. Weidenhamer enlisted in the Canadian Army in 1943. He became a member of the Priness Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. Following training in Canada and England Weidenhamer was sent to Italy. He was badly wounded in battle in mid-September and died of his injuries in November 1944 at age 21. He was buried in the Ancona Military Cemetery, Ancona Italy.
Custodial History
These records were in the possession of Bea Chapin (née Weidenhamer) following their creation in the 1940s until they were donated to the S. J. McKee Archives in January 2011.
Scope and Content
Collection consists of correspondence from Hubert Clayton Weidenhamer to his sister Bea. The letters begin in the spring of 1943. Weidenhamer had enlisted in the Canadian Army in January 1943. His letters detail his induction into miltary life in Fort Garry, Winnipeg and his training experience in Canada, principally at Camp Ipperwash, Lambton County, Ontario. He relates his experience of travels on leave to Detriot. Weidenhamer left Canada from Halifax in late 1943 and arrived in Great Britain in December for additional military training. In England, maintaining his morale, waiting for deployment, and coming to terms with British currency were challenges. Transferred to the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, Weidenhamer was deployed to Italy in March 1944. The letters dating from March 1944 to September relate in oblique fashion his's experience of military life on the Italian frontier as the Canadian Army fought its way north - "hard fighting" - and the impact of the war on Italian cities and the countryside. He was "proud" of his conduct in action. Weidenhamer's last letter is dated September 11, 1944. Collection also includes correspondence on Weidenhamer's behalf from his military Chaplin; two press clippings dealing with his military career, and several facimiles of telegrams and correspondence from the Canadian government officials related to Weidenhamer's death and burial in Italy.
Notes
Description by Tom Mitchell.
Name Access
Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry
Camp Ipperwash
Princess Pat's
Subject Access
World War II
Second World War
military service
military personnel
Italian theatre
Storage Location
2011 accessions
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Construction of Great Northern (BS&HB) Railway Bridge at Bunclody - Grade

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions9977
Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1905 or 1906]
Accession Number
1-2002
Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Description Level
Item
Series Number
3.1
Item Number
1-2002.3.1PE1
Accession Number
1-2002
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1905 or 1906]
Physical Description
3 1/2" x 5"
Material Details
Negative
History / Biographical
According to Stuckey and Bain (1996), “The Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson’s Bay Railway was built and operated as a totally owned subsidiary of the Great Northern Railway. Construction commenced in late 1905 and by the end of 1905, less than a mile of track had been laid north of the boundary at St. John. In 1906, the remaining 68.6 miles to Brandon were laid and service commenced that year. During the Depression of the 1930s, traffic declined significantly and the entire branch was abandoned in 1936. Over much of the branch’s length, the ties and rails were laid on the prairie without ballast and today little remains of the line apart from traces where there were cuts and bridges.” (p. 18) Stuckey, L. A., & Bain, D. M. (1996). The Great Northern and Northern Pacific railways in Canada. Calgary, Alberta: British Railway Modellers of North America.
Custodial History
For custodial history see the collection level description of the Lawrence Stuckey collection.
Scope and Content
View of the Great Northern (BS&HB) Railway building a grade [to their bridge] at Bunclody, Manitoba.
Notes
[This railway bridge crossed the Souris River. P.E.]
From the collection of Gilford Copeland of Bunclody, Manitoba
Copy negative LAS.
Name Access
Construction of Great Northern (BS&HB) Railway
Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson's Bay Railway
Great Northern Railway
Subject Access
railroads
railways
manmade geographic features
construction
construction of bridges
bridges
Great Northern Railway from Church’s Ferry ND to Brandon MB
Repro Restriction
The McKee Archives is the copyright holder for the Stuckey materials.
Storage Location
Lawrence Stuckey collection
Images
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Construction of Great Northern (BS&HB) Railway Bridge at Bunclody - Grading Station

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions9978
Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1905 or 1906]
Accession Number
1-2002
Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Description Level
Item
Series Number
3.1
Item Number
1-2002.3.1PE2
Accession Number
1-2002
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1905 or 1906]
Physical Description
3 1/2" x 5"
Material Details
Negative
History / Biographical
According to Stuckey and Bain (1996), “The Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson’s Bay Railway was built and operated as a totally owned subsidiary of the Great Northern Railway. Construction commenced in late 1905 and by the end of 1905, less than a mile of track had been laid north of the boundary at St. John. In 1906, the remaining 68.6 miles to Brandon were laid and service commenced that year. During the Depression of the 1930s, traffic declined significantly and the entire branch was abandoned in 1936. Over much of the branch’s length, the ties and rails were laid on the prairie without ballast and today little remains of the line apart from traces where there were cuts and bridges.” (p. 18) Stuckey, L. A., & Bain, D. M. (1996). The Great Northern and Northern Pacific railways in Canada. Calgary, Alberta: British Railway Modellers of North America.
Custodial History
For custodial history see the collection level description of the Lawrence Stuckey collection.
Scope and Content
View of the Great Northern (BS&HB) Railway building a grade [to their bridge] at Bunclody, Manitoba.
Notes
Grading station site
From the collection of Gilford Copeland of Bunclody, Manitoba
Copy negative LAS.
Name Access
Construction of Great Northern (BS&HB) Railway
Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson's Bay Railway
Great Northern Railway
Subject Access
railroads
railways
manmade geographic features
construction
construction of bridges
bridges
Great Northern Railway from Church’s Ferry ND to Brandon MB
Repro Restriction
The McKee Archives is the copyright holder for the Stuckey materials.
Storage Location
Lawrence Stuckey collection
Images
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Great Northern Railway Steam Shovel & Cars

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions9979
Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1905 or 1906]
Accession Number
1-2002
Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Description Level
Item
Series Number
3.1
Item Number
1-2002.3.1PE3
Accession Number
1-2002
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1905 or 1906]
Physical Description
3 1/2" x 5"
Material Details
Negative
History / Biographical
According to Stuckey and Bain (1996), “The Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson’s Bay Railway was built and operated as a totally owned subsidiary of the Great Northern Railway. Construction commenced in late 1905 and by the end of 1905, less than a mile of track had been laid north of the boundary at St. John. In 1906, the remaining 68.6 miles to Brandon were laid and service commenced that year. During the Depression of the 1930s, traffic declined significantly and the entire branch was abandoned in 1936. Over much of the branch’s length, the ties and rails were laid on the prairie without ballast and today little remains of the line apart from traces where there were cuts and bridges.” (p. 18) Stuckey, L. A., & Bain, D. M. (1996). The Great Northern and Northern Pacific railways in Canada. Calgary, Alberta: British Railway Modellers of North America.
Custodial History
For custodial history see the collection level description of the Lawrence Stuckey collection.
Scope and Content
Great Northern Railway steam shovel & earth cars.
Notes
Used in the construction of the Brandon, Saskatchewan and Hudson's Bay Railway at Bunclody, Manitoba
Great Northern Railway photo
From the collection of Gilford Copeland of Bunclody, Manitoba
Copy negative LAS.
Name Access
Construction of Great Northern (BS&HB) Railway
Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson's Bay Railway
Great Northern Railway
Subject Access
steam shovels
railroads
railways
manmade geographic features
construction of bridges
bridges
Great Northern Railway from Church’s Ferry ND to Brandon MB
Repro Restriction
The McKee Archives is the copyright holder for the Stuckey materials.
Storage Location
Lawrence Stuckey collection
Images
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Great Northern Railway crane on Souris River bridge

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Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[between 1905 and 1936]
Accession Number
1-2002
Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Creator
Great Northern Railway
Description Level
Item
Series Number
3.1
Item Number
1-2002.3.1PE4
Accession Number
1-2002
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[between 1905 and 1936]
Physical Description
3 1/2" x 5"
Material Details
Negative
History / Biographical
According to Stuckey and Bain (1996), “The Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson’s Bay Railway was built and operated as a totally owned subsidiary of the Great Northern Railway. Construction commenced in late 1905 and by the end of 1905, less than a mile of track had been laid north of the boundary at St. John. In 1906, the remaining 68.6 miles to Brandon were laid and service commenced that year. During the Depression of the 1930s, traffic declined significantly and the entire branch was abandoned in 1936. Over much of the branch’s length, the ties and rails were laid on the prairie without ballast and today little remains of the line apart from traces where there were cuts and bridges.” (p. 18) Stuckey, L. A., & Bain, D. M. (1996). The Great Northern and Northern Pacific railways in Canada. Calgary, Alberta: British Railway Modellers of North America.
Custodial History
For custodial history see the collection level description of the Lawrence Stuckey collection.
Scope and Content
Great Northern Railway crane on Souris River bridge, Bunclody, Manitoba.
Notes
[Mr. Stuckey is unsure if this photo was taken during construction of the bridge, or whether it may have been taken during its dismantling when the railway line closed. P.E.]
From the collection of Gilford Copeland of Bunclody, Manitoba
Copy negative LAS.
Name Access
Construction of Great Northern (BS&HB) Railway
Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson's Bay Railway
Great Northern Railway
Subject Access
cranes
railroads
railways
manmade geographic features
construction of bridges
bridges
Great Northern Railway from Church’s Ferry ND to Brandon MB
Repro Restriction
The McKee Archives is the copyright holder for the Stuckey materials.
Storage Location
Lawrence Stuckey collection
Images
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Great Northern Railway Steam Shovel Loading Cars

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Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1905 or 1906]
Accession Number
1-2002
Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Description Level
Item
Series Number
3.1
Item Number
1-2002.3.1PE5
Accession Number
1-2002
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1905 or 1906]
Physical Description
3 1/2" x 5"
Material Details
Negative
History / Biographical
According to Stuckey and Bain (1996), “The Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson’s Bay Railway was built and operated as a totally owned subsidiary of the Great Northern Railway. Construction commenced in late 1905 and by the end of 1905, less than a mile of track had been laid north of the boundary at St. John. In 1906, the remaining 68.6 miles to Brandon were laid and service commenced that year. During the Depression of the 1930s, traffic declined significantly and the entire branch was abandoned in 1936. Over much of the branch’s length, the ties and rails were laid on the prairie without ballast and today little remains of the line apart from traces where there were cuts and bridges.” (p. 18) Stuckey, L. A., & Bain, D. M. (1996). The Great Northern and Northern Pacific railways in Canada. Calgary, Alberta: British Railway Modellers of North America.
Custodial History
For custodial history see the collection level description of the Lawrence Stuckey collection.
Scope and Content
Great Northern Railway steam shovel loading cars near Bunclody, Manitoba.
Notes
Used in the construction of the Brandon, Saskatchewan and Hudson's Bay Railway at Bunclody, Manitoba
From the collection of Gilford Copeland of Bunclody, Manitoba
[Combined] copy negative LAS.
Name Access
Construction of Great Northern (BS&HB) Railway
Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson's Bay Railway
Great Northern Railway
Subject Access
steam shovels
railroads
railways
manmade geographic features
construction of bridges
bridges
Great Northern Railway from Church’s Ferry ND to Brandon MB
Repro Restriction
The McKee Archives is the copyright holder for the Stuckey materials.
Storage Location
Lawrence Stuckey collection
Images
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Great Northern (BS&HB) Railway Construction Camp near Bunclody

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Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1905 or 1906]
Accession Number
1-2002
Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Description Level
Item
Series Number
3.1
Item Number
1-2002.3.1PE6
Accession Number
1-2002
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1905 or 1906]
Physical Description
3 1/2" x 5"
Material Details
Negative
History / Biographical
According to Stuckey and Bain (1996), “The Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson’s Bay Railway was built and operated as a totally owned subsidiary of the Great Northern Railway. Construction commenced in late 1905 and by the end of 1905, less than a mile of track had been laid north of the boundary at St. John. In 1906, the remaining 68.6 miles to Brandon were laid and service commenced that year. During the Depression of the 1930s, traffic declined significantly and the entire branch was abandoned in 1936. Over much of the branch’s length, the ties and rails were laid on the prairie without ballast and today little remains of the line apart from traces where there were cuts and bridges.” (p. 18) Stuckey, L. A., & Bain, D. M. (1996). The Great Northern and Northern Pacific railways in Canada. Calgary, Alberta: British Railway Modellers of North America.
Custodial History
For custodial history see the collection level description of the Lawrence Stuckey collection.
Scope and Content
Great Northern (Brandon, Saskatchewan and Hudson's Bay) Railway construction camp near Bunclody, Manitoba.
Notes
From the collection of Gilford Copeland of Bunclody, Manitoba
[Combined] copy negative LAS.
Name Access
Construction of Great Northern (BS&HB) Railway
Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson's Bay Railway
Great Northern Railway
Subject Access
railroads
railways
manmade geographic features
construction of bridges
Great Northern Railway from Church’s Ferry ND to Brandon MB
Repro Restriction
The McKee Archives is the copyright holder for the Stuckey materials.
Storage Location
Lawrence Stuckey collection
Images
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Great Northern Railway Steam Shovel

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions9983
Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1905 or 1906]
Accession Number
1-2002
Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Description Level
Item
Series Number
3.1
Item Number
1-2002.3.1PE7
Accession Number
1-2002
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1905 or 1906]
Physical Description
3 1/2" x 5"
Material Details
Negative
History / Biographical
According to Stuckey and Bain (1996), “The Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson’s Bay Railway was built and operated as a totally owned subsidiary of the Great Northern Railway. Construction commenced in late 1905 and by the end of 1905, less than a mile of track had been laid north of the boundary at St. John. In 1906, the remaining 68.6 miles to Brandon were laid and service commenced that year. During the Depression of the 1930s, traffic declined significantly and the entire branch was abandoned in 1936. Over much of the branch’s length, the ties and rails were laid on the prairie without ballast and today little remains of the line apart from traces where there were cuts and bridges.” (p. 18) Stuckey, L. A., & Bain, D. M. (1996). The Great Northern and Northern Pacific railways in Canada. Calgary, Alberta: British Railway Modellers of North America.
Custodial History
For custodial history see the collection level description of the Lawrence Stuckey collection.
Scope and Content
Great Northern Railway steam shovel.
Notes
Used in the construction of the Brandon, Saskatchewan and Hudson's Bay Railway at Bunclody, Manitoba
Great Northern Railway photo
From the collection of Gilford Copeland of Bunclody, Manitoba
Copy negative LAS.
Name Access
Construction of Great Northern (BS&HB) Railway
Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson's Bay Railway
Great Northern Railway
Subject Access
steam shovels
railroads
railways
manmade geographic features
construction of bridges
Great Northern Railway from Church’s Ferry ND to Brandon MB
Repro Restriction
The McKee Archives is the copyright holder for the Stuckey materials.
Storage Location
Lawrence Stuckey collection
Images
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Great Northern (BS&HB) Railway Trestle East of Bunclody

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Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1905 or 1906]
Accession Number
1-2002
Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Description Level
Item
Series Number
3.1
Item Number
1-2002.3.1PE8
Accession Number
1-2002
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[1905 or 1906]
Physical Description
3 1/2" x 5"
Material Details
Negative
History / Biographical
According to Stuckey and Bain (1996), “The Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson’s Bay Railway was built and operated as a totally owned subsidiary of the Great Northern Railway. Construction commenced in late 1905 and by the end of 1905, less than a mile of track had been laid north of the boundary at St. John. In 1906, the remaining 68.6 miles to Brandon were laid and service commenced that year. During the Depression of the 1930s, traffic declined significantly and the entire branch was abandoned in 1936. Over much of the branch’s length, the ties and rails were laid on the prairie without ballast and today little remains of the line apart from traces where there were cuts and bridges.” (p. 18) Stuckey, L. A., & Bain, D. M. (1996). The Great Northern and Northern Pacific railways in Canada. Calgary, Alberta: British Railway Modellers of North America.
Custodial History
For custodial history see the collection level description of the Lawrence Stuckey collection.
Scope and Content
View of a Great Northern (BS&HB) Railway trestle east of Bunclody, Manitoba.
Notes
Under construction [Note small train dumping earthen fill. P.E.]
From the collection of Gilford Copeland of Bunclody, Manitoba
Copy negative LAS.
Name Access
Construction of Great Northern (BS&HB) Railway
Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson's Bay Railway
Great Northern Railway
Subject Access
railroads
railways
manmade geographic features
construction
construction of bridges
bridges
Great Northern Railway from Church’s Ferry ND to Brandon MB
Repro Restriction
The McKee Archives is the copyright holder for the Stuckey materials.
Storage Location
Lawrence Stuckey collection
Images
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Great Northern (BS&HB) Railway overpass east of Bunclody station

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions9985
Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[193-?]
Accession Number
1-2002
Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Creator
Copy negative LAS
Description Level
Item
Series Number
3.1
Item Number
1-2002.3.1PE9(1)
Accession Number
1-2002
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[193-?]
Physical Description
3 1/2" x 5"
Material Details
Negative
History / Biographical
According to Stuckey and Bain (1996), “The Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson’s Bay Railway was built and operated as a totally owned subsidiary of the Great Northern Railway. Construction commenced in late 1905 and by the end of 1905, less than a mile of track had been laid north of the boundary at St. John. In 1906, the remaining 68.6 miles to Brandon were laid and service commenced that year. During the Depression of the 1930s, traffic declined significantly and the entire branch was abandoned in 1936. Over much of the branch’s length, the ties and rails were laid on the prairie without ballast and today little remains of the line apart from traces where there were cuts and bridges.” (p. 18) Stuckey, L. A., & Bain, D. M. (1996). The Great Northern and Northern Pacific railways in Canada. Calgary, Alberta: British Railway Modellers of North America.
Custodial History
For custodial history see the collection level description of the Lawrence Stuckey collection.
Scope and Content
Great Northern (BS&HB) Railway overpass east of station, Bunclody, Manitoba.
Notes
From the collection of Gilford Copeland of Bunclody, Manitoba.
Name Access
Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson's Bay Railway
Great Northern Railway
Subject Access
railroads
railways
manmade geographic features
bridges
Great Northern Railway from Church’s Ferry ND to Brandon MB
Repro Restriction
The McKee Archives is the copyright holder for the Stuckey materials.
Storage Location
Lawrence Stuckey collection
Arrangement
[Mr. Stuckey taped a print to this envelope. We have separated them, numbering the negative PE9(1) and the print PE9(2).]
Images
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Great Northern (BS&HB) Railway overpass east of Bunclody station

http://archives.brandonu.ca/en/permalink/descriptions9986
Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Description Level
Item
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[193-?]
Accession Number
1-2002
Part Of
RG 11 Lawrence Stuckey fonds
Creator
Copy negative LAS
Description Level
Item
Series Number
3.1
Item Number
1-2002.3.1PE9(2)
Accession Number
1-2002
GMD
graphic
Date Range
[193-?]
Physical Description
2" x 4"
Material Details
Photograph
History / Biographical
According to Stuckey and Bain (1996), “The Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson’s Bay Railway was built and operated as a totally owned subsidiary of the Great Northern Railway. Construction commenced in late 1905 and by the end of 1905, less than a mile of track had been laid north of the boundary at St. John. In 1906, the remaining 68.6 miles to Brandon were laid and service commenced that year. During the Depression of the 1930s, traffic declined significantly and the entire branch was abandoned in 1936. Over much of the branch’s length, the ties and rails were laid on the prairie without ballast and today little remains of the line apart from traces where there were cuts and bridges.” (p. 18) Stuckey, L. A., & Bain, D. M. (1996). The Great Northern and Northern Pacific railways in Canada. Calgary, Alberta: British Railway Modellers of North America.
Custodial History
For custodial history see the collection level description of the Lawrence Stuckey collection.
Scope and Content
Great Northern (BS&HB) Railway overpass east of station, Bunclody, Manitoba.
Notes
From the collection of Gilford Copeland of Bunclody, Manitoba.
Name Access
Brandon, Saskatchewan & Hudson's Bay Railway
Great Northern Railway
Subject Access
railroads
railways
manmade geographic features
bridges
Great Northern Railway from Church’s Ferry ND to Brandon MB
Repro Restriction
The McKee Archives is the copyright holder for the Stuckey materials.
Storage Location
Lawrence Stuckey collection
Arrangement
[Mr. Stuckey taped a print to this envelope. We have separated them, numbering the negative PE9(1) and the print PE9(2).]
Images
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