Item is a presentation board with three architectural drawings mounted vertically using red tape. The drawings are undated and marked as 4B REV, and represent the north, south and east elevations of the proposed Killam Library building.
File comprises a set of architectural plans for the Killam Library, undated and labelled 4B REV. Drawings include a site plan, south elevation, and complete set of floor plans. The basement and main floor plans indicate the square footage of each working area (e.g., mechanical, circulation, administration).
Item includes architectural plans for proposed alterations and additions to the grounds, the basement (lounge) floor, the ground (restaurant) floor, the second (banquet) floor, and the third (apartment) floor of the existing building.
File contains two blueprints for a proposed mezzanine floor for Oland & Son. The drawings show the concrete plan for the mezzanine and details of certain sections. The drawings were produced by L. André Glen on March 6th, 1954, and were revised on March 22nd, 1952. See MS-4-135, Box 62, Folder 25 for related documents.
Item is a conceptual drawing of the Kipling Room as designed for the Killam Library. The Kipling Room ended up remaining in the O.E. Smith wing of the Macdonald Library; it is possible that this design was used instead for the Morse Room, which was located behind the MacMechan Auditorium.
File contains 14 hand-drawn and coloured design sketches of rooms or areas in the Killam Library, including: main lobby, south; main lobby, north; entrance lobby; circulation desk; corridor; auditorium; exhibition area; special collections; study carrel; administration area; reserve reading area; lounge; staff dining room; and staff lounge. Fabric, wallpaper, carpet and other textile swatches are adhered to the presentation board.
Fonds contains minutes of the Dalhousie Association of Graduate Studies as well as photographs, correspondence and other records relating to the establishment and management of the first purpose-built graduate student social facility (the Grad House).
Fonds consists of administrative and departmental documents pertaining to the University libraries, including records created and collected by Dalhousie prior to the existence of a university library. Records dating prior to the existence of the Killam Library are maintained in a series called Dalhousie College and University Library Early Records.
Item is a blueprint of a mezzanine for Oland & Son. The blueprint includes views of Section C-C (scale 1/4" = 1'); Section A-A (scale 1" = 1'); Section B-B (scale 1/2" = 1'); and detail "A" of a bracket in side view and front view (scale 1" = 1'). The drawing was produced by L. André Glen on March 6th, 1954, and was revised on March 22nd, 1952.
The fonds consists of architectural plans, Bass River picnic files, correspondence and invoices, counter books, customer and employee records, export papers, interest books, journals, ledgers, legal documents, merchandise invoices, photographs, printed materials, reports and shareholder papers, sales books/journals, sales invoice copy books, statement books, and stock inventories, spanning over 100 years from 1870 to 1975. These materials illustrate accounting methods, the production of and market for chairs, shipping processes, relationships with other companies and the community, etc. The majority of the fonds consists of correspondence and invoices, both to and from Dominion Chair, including orders for company goods, for factory equipment, and items to stock the general store. Together the items are useful in understanding the organizational structure, management, and operations of the Dominion Chair Company, and provide insight into business operations in Nova Scotia throughout the late 19th and 20th centuries.
File contains a graph of the cross curves of stability of the Bluenose II; a graph of the hydrostatic curves of the Bluenose II; and a top and side view of an unidentified ship, likely the Bluenose II. The two graphs were drawn by J. Rey Mauriz from the Halifax Shipyards drawing office. See MS-4-135, Box 154, Folder 9 and Folder 160, Folder 3 for related records.
File contains two copies of a drawing of the interior of the Bluenose II by Smith & Rhuland Ltd. The drawing includes a floor plan as well as a cross-section view of the interior, with labels and measurements.
File contains drawings of glass lined tanks and their components. The drawings include drawings of the tanks, cross valve piping arrangements, a storage room, and a skimming opening. The drawings were produced by John Inglis Co. Limited for A. Keith and Son Limited and Oland and Son Limited.
File contains drawings of the interior layout of the Bluenose II. The file includes drawings of different arrangements of the main cabin, proposed modifications to the saloon and hold, and floor plans and cross-sections of the general arrangement of the interior. The file also includes a drawing of the interior of an unidentified restaurant.
Item is a blueprint of fermenter tanks for A. Keith and Son Ltd. of Halifax, Nova Scotia. The drawing shows three views of the tank, one view of concrete saddles, and details of brackets, outlet clips, and welding. The drawing was produced by John Inglis Co. Limited.
File contains five blueprints for the assembly of the Flyoplane, a ride held by the Bill Lynch Shows. Assembly includes: edgemont clutch and countershaft, car and lighting, gear drive, sweep, and center section and cage. All include parts lists.
File contains two copies of a drawing of the general arrangement of the Bluenose II. The drawing includes a drawing of the lower deck; a drawing of the main deck; a section through aft accommodation looking aft; a section through crews accommodation looking forward; a section through the lounge looking forward; and a section through the hold looking forward. The drawing was produced by R. O'Brien for the Halifax Shipyards Drawing Office. Both copies of the drawing have a stamp of approval from the the Halifax Shipyards Drawing Office.
Item is an undated blackline print, hand-coloured in pencil, of a drawing of the south elevation of the proposed Killam Library building. The drawing is marked 4B REV (revision) and illustrates two alternate facades, A and B. Folder also contains an early drawing of the exterior in relation to the other buildings on campus.
Subfonds includes business correspondence, applications, financial statements, and paperwork relating to the Halifax restaurant, Henry House, including architectural plans for additions/alterations to the historic building.
File contains four pages of instructions for use and setting up of the Little Dipper, a ride held by the Bill Lynch Shows, as well as three letter-sized blueprints. The blueprints are for the decorative lighting, sign direction, and station canopy.
File contains five blueprints for the assembly of the Little Dipper, a ride held by the Bill Lynch Shows. Assembly includes: brake and loading platform, track, drive, drive and pullup chain, and space arrangement.
File contains notes, correspondence, and plans for new construction at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College between 1947 and 1956. They pertain to the new science building (later named the Harlow Institute), dormitory (Trueman Hall), agricultural engineering building and various other buildings.
Series contains administrative records of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College between 1912-1997. Series is arranged into three subseries: annual reports, correspondence, and facilities and buildings records. Record types include correspondence, architectural drawings, and speeches.
Subseries contains records pertaining to the facilities and infrastructure of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College, as well as construction and renovation of buildings on campus between 1912-1986. Record types include reports, designs, blueprints, and correspondence.
Fonds contains textual material, photos, artifacts, slides, paintings, and a video cassette created by the School of Agriculture, the College of Agriculture, and the Nova Scotia Agricultural College, between 1892 and 2012. Series include records of an administrative nature, departments on campus, buildings, photographs, student and faculty records, events, curriculum, and the institutions history.
File contains the interior plans for the new Nova Scotia Agricultural College library, it was later named the MacRae Library in 1990 after former principal Herbert MacRae. The plans detail the libraries interior layout, furniture design, and layout for furnishings for the lower and main levels. Plans were designed by Berardinelli Design Limited, Halifax, NS. "Set no. 2".
File contains 3 pages of blueline prints of floor plans for a library at Dalhousie University, drawn by C.D. Davison & Company, the architectural firm that designed Dalhousie's Student Union Building in 1967. Undated and stamped "preliminary," the plans indicate a library with three floors. The drawings for floors 2 and 3 are annotated with potential seating and/or stack capacity for social sciences, humanities, rare books, graduate students, research and audio visual users, as well as conceptual drawings of study carrels and audio visual booths.
File comprises a set of plans for the second, third, fourth and fifth floors of the Killam Library, mounted on presentation board with acetate overlays indicating space usages by reference to an unknown key-plan that includes numbers 1-11.