Item is a diary kept by Arthur H. Whitman that describes a trip to England between November, 30 1888 and January 17, 1889. The diary contains daily entries that describe Whitman's activities, church attendance, meals, business and social visits, and letters sent and received. Many entries describe his meetings about apples. The diary also records money received and paid.
Collection contains postcards written and collected by the Gass family of Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia. The postcards are primarily of Nova Scotia and some, but not all, have handwritten notes. There are also postcards of Montreal, New York, Washington and Victoria. The majority are written to or from Clare Gass.
File contains three spiral bound stenographer's notebooks containing handwritten notes about Halifax landmarks, including the court house, St. George's church, waterfront buildings, West House, Brunswick Street, the old post office, and Province House. Some of the notes are written in shorthand.
Item, a photograph, shows notable buildings of Liverpool in the background. The fire station is the large brick building on the left; the Baptist Church is the tall peak near the middle of the photograph; the Zion United Church is the smaller peak towards the right; and the Canadian Legion building is along the water line at the right. The Legion building is located on the old Inness wharf. The temporary wooden bridge in the foreground carries electric cables and a water main. In the bottom left corner of the photograph is part of a steel form for concrete abutment for the new, permanent bridge.
Item is a photographic slide of Grundtvig's Church (Grundtvigs Kirke) in Copenhagen, Denmark. The photograph is taken from the front and from a small distance, with people walking and a building labeled "Restauration" in front.
Item, a photograph, shows three significant institutions in Liverpool: the Baptist Church is the the prominent peak in the forefront of the photograph, the Salvation Army building is located beside the Baptist Church, and the Zion United Church is the peak in the right background.
Item is a photographic slide of the chapel in Kronborg Castle (Slotskirke) in Helsingør, Denmark. The photograph is taken from the isle between the pews, and the altar, a balcony, and pillars are visible.
Item is a photographic slide of the chapel inside Frederiksborg Castle (Slot) in Zealand (Sjælland), Hillerød, Denmark. It is taken from above, with pews, the altar, and decorated walls and ceilings visible.
Item is a duplicate of a photograph in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album, [between 1940 and 1959]. The church served as a village hall between 1925-1947, hosting social events such as dances, until it was torn down in ca. 1950.
File contains photographs of lanes and pre-revolutionary Charleston architecture; the countryside near Charleston; the Town of Ninety-Six; "up country"; 69 Fox Street; St George's Church, London, UK; and Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia.
Item is a postcard send to Blanchard Gass in Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia from a friend in Bridgetown, Nova Scotia. The senders name is illegible. The image on the front of the postcard is of an old church in Grand Pré, Nova Scotia.
File contains two postcards of churches, one of Trinity Church and Wall Street in New York, and the other of Hensley Memorial Chapel and Convocation Hall, King's College, Windsor, Nova Scotia. The file also includes miscellaneous prints removed from magazines of organs, opera singer Annie Beaumont, pianist Franklin Taylor, and a drawing "Leur Fils" by P. Eschbach.