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Archival Collections: Arts and Culture


Bertram Brooker fonds* – Records pertaining to dramatic works produced by Bertram Brooker.

Community Players of Winnipeg fonds – Records pertaining to this amateur theatre group that produced works by Canadian playwrights and used Canadian actors.

John Crabb fonds* – Records collected or created by art collector John Crabb. The bulk of the records relate to the works of painter and printmaker Walter Joseph Phillips.

Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald fonds* – Records pertaining to the works and life of Group of Seven artist Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald.

Glee Club fonds – This fonds includes programs, photographs and news clippings of the performances of the University of Manitoba Glee Club.

C. Winston McQuillin fonds – Newsclippings pertaining to amateur theatre actor, writer and producer C. Winston McQuillin.

Prairie Theatre Exchange fonds* – Records pertaining to one of Manitoba's oldest theatre companies and drama schools.

Angus Shortt fonds* – This fonds includes wildlife paintings, designs and drawings by Winnipeg artist Angus Shortt.

Stobie Family fonds* – This fonds includes programs from various Winnipeg theatre companies.

George Swinton fonds* – This fonds includes sketches, and documents related to art exhibitions and Inuit and Canadian art.

Charlie Thorson fonds* – This fonds includes sketches, drawings, cartoons, poems, correspondence, published words and colouring books of cartoonist Charlie Thorson.

Winnipeg Tribune fonds – This fonds includes individual files on arts and culture locally, nationally and internationally. 

Richard Condie fonds - This fonds includes correspondence, photographs, painted cels, and more of Condie's animation career. 

Virtual Exhibits

A.H. Reginald Buller Botanical Drawings

Charlie Thorson

Glee at the University

Prairie Prestige: How Western Canadian Artists Have Influenced the Canadian Art