The University Archives acquires archival material from individuals, families, and organizations across mainland Nova Scotia. The Archives' analog holdings occupy over six kilometres of shelving in the Killam Library. These materials are collected, managed, and preserved to support research, learning, and teaching at Dalhousie University and to provide evidence of the growth and development of Nova Scotia for researchers all over the world.
Most of the archival material described in this site must be viewed on-site in the Archives and Special Collections Reading Room. The University Archives is actively digitizing its holdings.
Visit our Guide to Archival Research to learn more about this database or view our institutional profile to learn more about the history of the Archives and its collections and services. You can find additional information on our website.
This website is built using AtoM, an open source archival description application.
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