Fonds 95-1000 - VOX fonds

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VOX fonds

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  • 1945-1946 (Creation)

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1 folder

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VOX was the student publication of United College, now the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Custodial history

This fonds was created by the students of the University of Manitoba. The 3 volumes in this fonds were in the custody of Mary Hamilton (nee Mary McFarlane), editor of the Vox from 1945 to 1946 and a close friend of Margaret Laurence. This fonds was donated to the Trent University Archives by Mary Hamilton.

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This fonds consists of three issues of the University of Manitoba publication VOX which contain stories, poetry, editorials, reports and a graduate section which has photographs of the graduates for the year of publication. In all issues there are short stories and poetry written by Margaret Laurence, under her maiden name of Jean Margaret (Peggy) Wemyss. There is also a photograph of her in one of the issues.

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This fonds was donated by Mary Hamilton of Kingston.


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Associated material located at the University of Manitoba Department of Archives and Special Collections.

For related records see: 92-1004.

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