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Manitoba History: Cool Things in the Collection: The Canon Wilmot Collection

by Wayne Chan
University of Manitoba

Number 82, Fall 2016

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I would like to thank Shelley Sweeney, Head of the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections, for her suggestion to write this article. I also thank Mark Vajcner (University of Regina Archives and Special Collections) for reviewing the manuscript.

1. Perrun, Jody. The Patriotic Consensus: Unity, Morale, and the Second World War in Winnipeg, Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, 2014.

2. Ibid., Chapter 6: Responses to Family Separation, pp. 185-214.

3. Ibid., pp. 188.

4. University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections, Rev. Canon Laurence F. Wilmot Collection, MSS 122, PC 132, TC 84, Box 6, Folder 9, Hope to Laurence, letter 236, 5 August 1944.

5. Ibid., Box 6, Folder 10, Hope to Laurence, letter 264, 7 September 1944.

6. Ibid., Box 7, Folder 2, Laurence to Hope, letter 256, 12 October 1944.

7. “Facing Ugly Facts,” Winnipeg Evening Tribune, 18 May 1944, p. 6.

8. “Juvenile Delinquency Not Yet Alarming in City, Report Says,” Winnipeg Free Press, 16 December 1944, p. 7.

9. Wilmot fonds, MSS 122, Box 2.

Page revised: 14 October 2016

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