Glenn Morison:

An Inventory of His Papers at the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections

Inventory prepared by Tyyne Petrowski
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
330 Elizabeth Dafoe Library, University of Manitoba
(October 2014)

Finding aid encoded by Tyyne Petrowski (October 2014)
Finding aid written in English.



Collection Summary

Repository:
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
330 Elizabeth Dafoe Library, University of Manitoba

Creator:
Glenn Morison

Title:
Glen Morison fonds

Dates:
1909-2013

Quantity:
0.18 m textual records

Identification:
MSS 434 (A14-077)

English

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Biography of Glenn Morison

Glenn Morison was born in 1959 to James and Doreen Morison of Winnipeg. He is an ordained minister of the United Church of Canada who has worked throughout Canada, and is a chaplain at the Winnipeg Remand Centre. He has been a sessional instructor for the Faculty of Theology at the University of Winnipeg in the area of theology and the arts.

Before ghost writing Nick Ternette’s autobiography with Ternette, Morrison had published opinion and humour pieces for newspapers and magazines , as well as a book titled “Quitting”. Morison married Alexandra Merrill in 1987 and has two children, Matthew and Morag.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

This collection contains research material, notes, and draft manuscripts collected by Glenn Morison during the process of ghost writing Nick Ternette's autobiography.

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Arrangement of the Papers

This collection is arranged into three series: Research Materials on Nick Ternette, Manuscripts and Documentation, and Other Research Material.

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Restrictions on Access

There are no restrictions on access to this material.

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Restrictions on Use

There are no restrictions on use of this material.

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Related Materials

For related materials, see the Nick Ternette fonds at the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections.

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Custodial History

These materials were copied, collected, or created by Glenn Morison and then given to the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Research Materials on Nick Ternette [ 1966-2012 ]
BoxFolder
11 Ternette writing samples, documents, notes 1966-2006
2 Organization and community involvement, annotated manuscript draft pages 1968-2011
3 Community activism and personal history 1969-2012
4 Election activity & documentation 1974-2002
5 Politics and election material; May Day celebration material 1975-2012
6 The Oral History of Nick Ternette - bound index and transcripts [2010?]

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Manuscripts and Documentation [201-]-2013
BoxFolder
17 Rebel Without a Pause - drafts, notes, lists [201-]
8 Rebel Without a Pause - annotated draft manuscript [201-]
9 Book prologue - draft manuscript [2012?]
10 Rebel Without a Pause - draft manuscript [2012?]
11 Morison research visit to Ternette archives 2012
12 Manitoba Arts Council grant - Ternette Autobiography 2012-2013

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Other Research Materials 1909-2012
BoxFolder
21 Copies of material from U of M Presidents' Reports 1937-1968
2 Copies of material from U of M General Calendars and course listings 1908-1958
3 Copies of Material from U of M Board of Governors' minutes 1921-1924
4 Manitoba Corrections Chaplaincy Manual 3rd edition - draft and comments 2011-2012
5 The Canadian Friend v.108 no.1 (Canadian Quakers publication) March 2012

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