- Winks, Robin W.
- Call number
- Sc Photo Robin W. Winks Blacks in Canada Collection
- Physical description
- 7 items (1 folder); 1 photographic print, silver gelatin b&w, 12 x 20 cm; 1 photographic print, silver gelatin b&w, 12 x 20 cm; 4 photographic prints, silver gelatin b&w, 13 x 18 cm; 4 photographic prints, silver gelatin b&w, 13 x 18 cm; 2 photographic prints, silver gelatin b&w, 18 x 13 cm; 2 photographic prints, silver gelatin b&w, 18 x 13 cm
- Preferred Citation
- Robin W. Winks blacks in Canada photograph collection [graphic], Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, The New York Public Library
- Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division
- Access to materials
- Restricted access.
Robin W. Winks, an educator, researcher and author, was born in 1930. He has spent most of his teaching career at Yale University and has conducted research in the areas of race and cultural relations. The Robin W. Winks Blacks in Canada Photograph Collection consists mainly of images of black Canadian rancher John Ware, during a period from the 1890s to the early 1900s, which were compiled by Winks during research for his book "Blacks in Canada: A History," published in 1971. The collection depicts Ware in a studio portrait (ca. 1902); his wife, Mildred, and their three youngest children (ca. 1903); with his boar hound, Bismark, on his Millarville, Alberta, ranch (1891); with a team of horses on the Red Deer River (ca. 1901); in a group portrait with Millarville and Preddis ranchers (ca. 1903); and a view of his ranch at Millarville (ca. 1896). Also depicted is an exterior view of the Old Bog School, in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, that was erected in 1868 and used to teach both black and white students until it was closed in 1898.
The Blacks in Canada; a history / Robin W. Winks. New Haven : Yale University Press, 1971
- Blacks -- Canada -- History
- Pioneers, Black -- Canada
- Ranches -- Canada -- 1890-1909
- School buildings -- Canada
Using the collection
LocationSchomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Manuscripts, Archives and Rare Books Division
515 Malcolm X Boulevard, New York, NY 10037-1801
Access to materialsRestricted access.
Conditions Governing Use
Reproduction permission required from the Glenbow Foundation