Title: Rev. Neil Kenneth Campbell Fonds
Extent: 1m still images
Repository: The United Church of Canada Archives Manitoba Northwestern Ontario Conference and All Native Circle Conference
Retrieval Numbers: Acc: S-86, ID# 3055
Rev. Neil Kenneth Campbell (1915-2000) served the United Church of Canada for over twenty-five years. Campbell was born in Mosa Township, Ontario on August 12, 1915. In 1935, he graduated from with a degree in education and in 1941, he commenced post-graduate studies at the University of Western Ontario. Campbell then moved to Winnipeg to study theology. He was ordained in 1944 and his first charges included The Pas, Atlantic Avenue United Church in Winnipeg, and Knox United Church in Port Arthur, Ontario (now Thunder Bay). Rev. Campbell became Superintendent of Home Missions in 1960, and remained in that position until his retirement in June of 1966.
Scope and content
The surviving records of Rev. Neil K. Campbell include a slide collection dating from 1942 to 1969 made up of 972 slides, pertaining to churches, residential schools, homes, ministers, teachers and students and a dramatic production entitled ‘Who Will Go For Us?’.
The records of Rev. Neil K. Campbell were donated to the Archives of the Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario by Rev. N. K. Campbell in 1986. The records were accessioned in 1987.
Item level inventory available. Slides have been digitized, some individually and others on contact sheets. See Rev. Neil K. Campbell Fonds: Photographs related to Indian Residential Schools.
Relevant items in this fonds related to Indian Residential Schools are included in The United Church of Canada Archives Manitoba Northwestern Ontario Conference and All Native Circle Conference 2014 Index of IRS Related Records and were digitized for submission to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Contact the Archivist for more information.
Related material in this repository: Biographical file available.
Restrictions on access: Some restrictions on access may apply.
Language: The material is in English.
Accruals: No further accruals expected.