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Frank Hoffman fonds

  • PR 01
  • Fonds
  • 1920–1945

The fonds primarily consists of papers by and relating to Rev. Hoffman and his and others work among Hungarian immigrants.

Contents include: correspondence and reports about missions in Alberta and Northern Saskatchewan; a list of Hungarian immigrants to Canada (some photos included); Az Otthon 1922-1925 (in Hungarian); and related materials, newspaper clippings, and documents concerning mission work and fieldwork Hoffman and others undertook in Saskatchewan. Among the materials is a biographical sketch of the Rev. Emerick Csendes [Czendes], written by Rev. Hoffman, and a copy of “Tales of Hoffman” by R.W. Hardy.

Hoffman, Frank

H.D. "Howdy" McPhail Photograph Collection

  • MG 402
  • Collection
  • 1949-1973 (inclusive) ; 1955-1960 (predominant)

This collection includes Howdy McPhail’s aerial photographs, predominantly of individual farms and views of towns and cities. Some images are of specific landmarks, scenic views, or fauna. All images are identified and a majority are dated. A second accrual contains examples of printed calendars and postcards that were sold by McPhail, as well as some correspondence and other business documentation. Images used in an exhibition curated by Helen Marzolf were added in 2018. Further accruals of correspondence, order forms, negatives and prints were interfiled in Series B.

McPhail, Hugh Duncan

John Gregorash fonds

  • PR 33
  • Fonds
  • 1911–1948

The fonds consists of records created by Rev. John Gregorash, during his time as an ordained minister in Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba. Contents are primarily a minister's register, with records of baptisms and marriages performed at: Dauphin, Keld, Gonor, Sifton, Lanuke, and Winnipeg (Manitoba); Musidora, Two Hills, Myrnam, Innisfree, Naughton Glen, Irma, Andrew, Wattsford, Calgary (Alberta); as well as Canora, Moose Jaw, Young, Wakaw, Prince Albert, Kamsack, Glen Elder, Gorlitz, Norquay, Preeceville, Rhein, Hawarden, Hyas, Kelvington, Fort San, Smiley, Biggar (Saskatchewan) and various other locations.

Gregorash, John

Kenilworth Goose Project fonds

  • 2001.26
  • Fonds
  • 1973 -1988

The fonds is comprised of one album of 26 pages. Twenty-eight original photographs, thirty-six newspaper articles, statistics of progress with the geese, and handwritten commentaries by the members themselves are all laminated within the album.

Kenilworth Goose Project

Prairie Church History collection

  • FG 11
  • Collection
  • 1873–1974

The collection consists of a range of documents relating to Congregational, Methodist, Presbyterian churches and related activities in Saskatchewan and elsewhere in the prairies.

Contents include histories, articles, addresses and other papers on: Congregationalism, Methodism, Presbyterianism in Saskatchewan; missionary work and communities in Prince Albert, Carrot River, Canora, and Norway House; Sunday Schools; C.G.I.T. and Y.W.C.A. groups; ministerial associations; Doukhobors; Ukranians; the Greek Orthodox Church; and Anglican Missions.

Authors include: Rev. W.P. McHaffie (Conference Historian and Archivist to Saskatchewan Methodist Conference); John MacLean (Chief Archivist, Wesley College Library, Winnipeg); Rev. Frederick Passmore; Rev. George Daniel; Rev. W.M. Moore; Rev. E.H. Oliver; Rev. J.R. McDonald; Rev. George Arthur; Allan Bowerman, J.L. Stewart; Alfred Carter; R.H. Hamilton; John L. Nichol; Lydia Gruchy; M. Stechinshin (Yorkton); John Roberts Kovalevitch; Rev. A.J. Hunter; Rev. P.C. Crath; E. Eustace and Maxim Berezynski; Dr. A.E. Archer (Lamont, Alberta); A. Bereka; Mrs. C.H. Monro (Ethelbert, Manitoba); Rev. John Gregorash; Rev. Theo Bay; Rev. J.A. Louseley.

Romona Underwood fonds

  • PR 27
  • Fonds
  • 1962–2002

The fonds consists of a register from Rev. Underwood, mostly from her time as an ordained minister in Saskatchewan. Contents include records of baptisms (1962-1999), marriages (1964-2003), and burials (1968-2002), from Korea, British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba and Ontario. There are also a few draft letters enclosed in the volume.

Underwood, Lillian Romona

United Church work among Ukrainians in Northern Saskatchewan

United Church work among Ukrainians in Northern Saskatchewan - material collected apparently by Dr. Nichol and indicated by him as such:

  • Letter for Dr. Nicol from John Roberts Kovalevitch, United Church Missionary in the Canora district, 1929.
  • "The Story of the Ruthenians," [by] Rev. A.J. Hunter, [no date noted] (12 pages).
  • "A Statement of the Ukrainian Mission Work of the United Church of Canada," by Rev. P.C. Crath. [no date noted] (6 pages).
  • Response to the Rev. Crath's accusations, made to the Home Missions Committee, United Church of Canada, by E. Eustace and Maxim Berenzynski, [no date noted].
  • "Reflections on the Ukrainian Situation," [by] Rev. A.J. Hunter, Editor of the Canadian Ranok, in response to Rev. Grath, [no date provided] (11 pages).
  • Extracts from the Canadian Ranok, 1931.
  • "The Ukrainian People in Canada and Our Work Among Them," address to the Alberta Conference, 1931, by Dr. A. E. Archer, of
    Lamont, Alberta.
  • Bulletin of the Ukrainian Bureau, London, England, No. 15 and No. 16, 1932, 1933.
  • "Bringing Up Children," [by] A. Bereka, 1933, reported extracts from a lecture.
  • Memo on the Commission on City Missions and Non-Anglo Saxon Work, 1944.
  • "Facts Concerning the History of the Independent Greek Church," [no date provided].
  • "The Galicians at Home," [by] Mrs. C.H. Monro, Ethelbert, Manitoba, [no date provided].
  • "The Ukrainians, Our Most Pressing Problem," [by] N.L. Scott. K.C. Catholic Truth Society of Canada, Toronto, 1930 (64 pages).
  • Autobiographical sketch, by Rev. John Gregorash (Canora district) and letter to Dr. Nicol, 1943.
  • Autobiographical sketch, by Rev. Theo Bay (Calder district), 1943.
  • "The Ukraine," Bedwin Sands, London, 1914.