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Prairie Immigration Experience: Bill Lobchuk fonds

 

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Institution: University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections

Collection Identifier: PC 191 (A.04-49)

Title: Bill Lobchuk fonds

Dates: ca. 1916-1920s

Extent: 10 glass slides. -- 2 b&w photographs. -- 47 negatives

Biographical Sketch: William (Bill) Lobchuk was born in Neepawa, Manitoba and is a very accomplished artist. He received his Diploma of Art at the University of Manitobaand has played an active role in the arts community for over
30 years. He has received several awards and has been commissioned by numerous organizations. Mr. Lobchuk has had his artwork displayed in exhibitions since 1970 at many venues in Canada such as the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Burnaby Art Gallery in Burnaby, British Columbia, the Susan Whitney Gallery in Regina, Saskatchewan as well as internationally in Yugoslavia, Japan, and Holland. Mr. Lobchuk’s artwork can be found in personal and corporate collections throughout Canada and the world.

Digitized Material: The digitized material from the Bill Lobchuk fonds consists of negatives and glass slides of various Ukrainian-Canadian families taken at the early part of the twentieth century.

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