"A Fish Story", by J. B. Wallis
The first page of a typed story, written by John B. Wallis, describing the fishes he and an pseudonymous friend discovered in Clearwater Bay, Lake of the Woods, in June 1946. A large trout was found with a ten-inch catfish lodged in its throat; Wallis surmises that, as the trout tried to swallow the catfish, the catfish's spines were driven into the sides of the trout's throat, causing the catfish to be stuck. The typed story is three pages long; photographs and negatives of the fishes accompany it., Luna Collection ID - 109::UMANITOBALCM::NA, Luna Object ID - 436319, Luna Image ID - 153551
Newspaper clipping - "Dedicate Avenue of Elms at Agricultural College"
A newspaper clipping relating to the dedication of the avenue of elms on the Manitoba Agricultural College Fort Garry campus. Part one of two., Luna Collection ID - 109::UMANITOBALCM::NA, Luna Object ID - 443587, Luna Image ID - 153739
Newspaper clipping - "Fair Farmerettes Make Their Own Dresses."
A newspaper clipping about home economics students at the Manitoba Agricultural College making their own graduation dresses., Luna Collection ID - 109::UMANITOBALCM::NA, Luna Object ID - 443603, Luna Image ID - 153741
Piece of cardboard with names and note written on it
A piece of cardboard that has people's names written on it in pencil: "Reading from left to right -- D. A. Brown, J. J. Neilson, Geo Brown, Roy [illegible], Henderson, Roy Hoper, R. J. Burns, 'Dad' [illegible], H. W. Mitchell, Frank Belway, Alex Sinclair and the instructor I believe is Assistant Prof. Thompson". In a different hand, also in pencil, is written the following: "No technicians please. all chemists of proved ability -- at least all got 50 in this ordeal. (over)". Nothing is written on the back of this item, though the handwriting is the same as that on item UM_pc017_A88-047_007_0171_003_0001, and the pieces of cardboard fit together., Luna Collection ID - 109::UMANITOBALCM::NA, Luna Object ID - 439236, Luna Image ID - 153684