The digitized material from the Dieter Roger fonds consists of a German newspaper article from
the Kanada Kurier, dated 30, September 1999. The article, written in German, is entitled “Denkmalschutz und Ehrengrab: Dr. F. Eckhardts Familien-grabmal in Berlin,” which detailed the pre-immigration life of the Eckhardt-Grammate family of Winnipeg and their familial gravesite in Germany.
The digitized material from the Frederick Philip Grove fonds includes correspondence with I. Warkentin describing life in Canada in 1913, manuscripts written by Grove describing the experiences of immigrants, documents relating to Grove’s Canadian 1921 citizenship, and photographs depicting Grove’s home in Ashfield, MB.
The fonds consists of Henry Kreisel’s diaries, correspondence, literary manuscripts and notes. The correspondence includes letters to and from the Kreisel family, close friends and other writers. The business correspondence deals with publishers, editors, universities and a number of organizations. Many essays are also included, as are manuscripts of all of Kreisel’s novels and short stories.
Frederick Philip Grove (Image Credit: The Manitoba Historical Society)
Henry Kreisel (Image Credit: www.edmontonjewishcemetery.ca)