Item is a videocassette of "an eccentric circle cinema workshop release." Rosenthal, a Canadian poet formerly with acute leukemia, discusses what it means to be a terminal cancer patient, as well as how the medical system works from a patient's point-of-view. The video was requested by Norma Wylie from the School of Nursing.
File consists of photocopies of photographs of cadets and vessels, as well as of John Paterson's Centennial Medal certificates, an invitation to the Commissioning of H.M.C.S. Annapolis and the launching of the replica of H.M.S. Bounty, a certificate of life membership and of registration in to the leaders' fellowship of the Dartmouth Young Men's - Young Women's Christian Association, and a copy of John Paterson's eulogy and death notices.
Item, a photograph, is a duplicate of MS-2-202, Box 51, Folder 18, Item 2 and MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 22, Item 10 in subseries Thomas Head Raddall's loose photographs. Item is a reproduction of the original photograph. Two duplicate copies can be found in MS-2-202, Box 51, Folder 18.
Item, a photograph, is a duplicate of MS-2-202, Box 51, Folder 18, Item 3 and MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 22, Item 10 in subseries Thomas Head Raddall's loose photographs. There are two duplicate copies that can be found in MS-2-202, Box 51, Folder 18.
Item, a photograph, is related to materials in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album, 1917-1927. The photograph comes a collection of official photographs produced by the Daily Mail during the Great War. The Prince of Wales stands to the left of King George. Generals William Norris Congreve and Sir Henry Seymour Rawlinson are standing in the foreground on the right. General Congreve is identified with an x over his head, though the the identification may be erroneous.
Item, a photograph, is taken east of Amiens, where Lieutenant Colonel Raddall was killed on August 9, 1918. The trees in the background are Hatchet Wood, which the Winnipeg Rifles attacked and captured on the same day that Lt. Col. T.H. Raddall, Sr. was killed.
Item is a videocassette of a guest lecture by Dr. C.M. Parkes, which was given as part of the Friday at Four lecture series. This lecture series sponsored and organized by the Dalhousie Medical School and focused on a variety of subjects by lecturers invited to speak about specialized areas of medicine. The lectures were held each Friday by the School from the 1970s to the 1990s. This video was requested by Dr. Paterson from the Department of Family Medicine.
Item is a videocassette of an episode of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's "First Edition," a newscast-style program on dying and how the medical profession deals with death and dying. The newscaster is Jim Nunn and the reporter is Cathy Robertson.
Item is a videocassette of a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) profile of Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, the Swiss-born doctor who pioneered understandings of death and dying in a Westernized context. The video was requested by Dr. Clark from the Continuing Medical Education Division and Dr. Hennin from the Department of Family Medicine.
Item is a videocassette on Down's Syndrome (referred to as "mongoloid babies" in the video) and complications of the condition. The video was requested by Dr. Manuel from the Department of Pre-Medical Education.