The Ethiopian Manuscripts Collection contains four codices (bound manuscripts) written in Ge'ez, the traditional liturgical language of the the Ethiopian Orthodox Church. Text manuscripts include Psalters, Biblical Canticles, the Song of Songs, Ethiopian Orthodox works known as The Praises of Mary and The Gate of Light, and The Bandlet of Righteousness. The collection also consists of carrying cases associated with holding related religious texts, such as the Ethiopian Kitabe leather amulets.
Photograph of a Board of Governors meeting in the student lounge; clockwise from the left are Calvin Hanson, Kenneth Loge, Mr. Stewart, John Bjorkstam, Arne Bryan, Robert Thompson, Dave Enarson, Delbert Reimer, Henry Wiebe, Oliver Bjorklund
File consists of records including letters from Robert N. Thompson, Member of Parliament to the Canadian Radio-Television Commission - 1971-1972; "A Proposal for an FM Radio Policy in the Private Sector" by the Canadian Radio-Television Commission - April 19, 1973; Reports on the Canadian Radio-Television Commission hearings from Benno Friesen to Robert N. Thompson - October - November 1973; and agendas and notes from the Canadian Radio-Television Commission Public Hearing in Vancouver - March 12, 1974
Photograph of Mr. Casey Togtema giving a set of keys to a Chrysler Maxi Van to Robert N. Thompson; the sign on the side of the van reads "Courtesy of Parkway Country to Western Trinity college;" also present are Harry Schmidt, Henry Wiebe, John Marten.