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Landmarks, Monuments & Built Heritage of the West: Roslyn Stanwick fonds

 

 

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Institution: Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Winnipeg Archives

Collection Identifier: 08.05

Title: Roslyn Stanwick fonds

Dates: 2008

Extent: 5 photographs

Biographical Sketch: Roslyn Stanwick, native of Cook’s Creek, Manitoba, and daughter of Gloria Romaniuk, archivist of the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Winnipeg Archives, took digital photographs of the Cook's Creek Ukrainian Catholic Church and Grotto to illustrate a seminar presentation for a University of Winnipeg course. She was comparing the original Grotto in Lourdes, France with the Cook’s Creek Grotto, designed and undertaken by Rev. Philip Ruh, OMI, in 1954, in central Manitoba.

Digitized Material: The digitized material from the Roslyn Stanwick fonds consists of several digital photographs of the Lourdes Grotto and the Ukrainian Catholic church in Cook's Creek, Manitoba.  Both structures were designed by Father Philip Ruh.