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Administrative records, project proposals, and financial records

File contains AIDS Coalition of Nova Scotia [ACNS] administrative records, including meeting agendas and minutes, notes, memos and correspondence, and job descriptions. File also contains ACNS project proposals and objectives, financial statements and budgets, as well as memos and a membership application related to Safe Harbour Metropolitan Community Church in Halifax.

AIDS educator's workshop materials 1989 - 1991

File contains materials related to AIDS Nova Scotia [ANS] AIDS Educators' Workshops, 1989-1991. Materials include correspondence, promotional materials, agendas, resource lists and reference materials, evaluation forms and summaries, needs assessment materials and results, notes, and planning materials.

AIDS-LINK administrative records and planning documents

File contains AIDS-LINK administrative records and planning materials, including notes, steering committee terms of reference, sponsor lists, job descriptions, correspondence, evaluation forms, and pamphlet mock-ups.

Atlantic award exhibition files

File consists of records relating to the juried Second Atlantic Award Exhibition presented by Dalhousie Art Gallery in November 1967.

Records consist of application forms, correspondence between Evelyn Holmes (Acting Curator, Dalhousie Art Gallery) and artists, an invitation and programme schedule, two exhibition pamphlets, list of artworks, crate lists, photocopies of newspaper clippings, Dalhousie newsletters, and an exhibition review by Luke Rombout,

Educational resources, correspondence, reference materials, lobbying materials, press releases, and funding proposals

File contains pamphlets and resource guides; correspondence between AIDS Nova Scotia and other AIDS organizations; briefs, reports, and recommendations from other community groups; lobbying materials; press releases; news clippings; funding proposals and guidelines; one AIDS adult case report form.

Exhibition by members of faculty N.S. College of Art exhibition files

File consists of records related to 'exhibition by Members of Faculty: Nova Scotia College of Art' presented at Dalhousie Art Gallery in January 1967.

Records consist of an exhibition pamphlet, an informational brochure about the College's offerings for 1966-1967, entry forms, a price list, and a newspaper clipping of a review by Marion Moore.

Exhibitions 1961-62

File consists of records related to exhibitions held at the Dalhousie Art Gallery from 1961-1962.

Records consist of a clipping of a review titled 'Paintings by Lola Mould'; floor plan and photograph, exhibition text, and bibliography to accompany 'Contemporary Canadian Painting', loaned from the National Gallery of Canada; exhibition texts, lists of artworks, loan agreements, packing lists, itineraries for 'The Campaign in Northwest Europe', 'Sculpture Reproductions', 'Polish Posters', 'Maritime Art Association Exhibition', 'Highlights of American Painting', 'Contemporary Canadian Painting', and 'Kodachrome Slide Project'; handwritten notes; an information booklet; and exhibition entry forms for the 'Dalhousie Atlantic Award Exhibition'.

Gessain, Monique and Robert

File contains correspondence with or about Robert and Monique Gessain. Also contains lecturer registration forms, a manuscript for "Report on the sciences of man: can psychiatry travel?," a booklet titled "Nicolas et Antoine en Nouvelle Ecosse," and 6 photos : 4 b&w and 2 colour; 5 x 7 1/2 in and smaller.

Grant no. MH 12892-05

File contains correspondence and memoranda regarding grant no. MH 12892-05 for the psychiatric disorder and socio-cultural environment study. Also contains budget documents, datasets, and application forms.

Guenter Karkutt photographs exhibition September - October 1972

File consists of records related to the exhibition 'Camera in Abstract' photographs by Guenter Karkutt, organized by Dalhousie Art Gallery. The exhibition was shown at Memorial University Art Gallery in October 1972.

Records consist of an exhibition condition report, an insurance certificate, and correspondence between Alberta Mayo (Secretary, Dalhousie Art Gallery) and Peter Miskell (Administrative assistant, Memorial University Art Gallery) and Frank Lapointe (Curator, Memorial University Art Gallery).

Landed immigrant

File contains documents related to Alexander Leighton's landed immigrant status. Documents include correspondence, forms, immigration records, applications, affidavits, and receipts.

People of eight seasons exhibition August 1972

File consists of records related to the 'People of eight seasons' exhibition, organized by the Memorial University Art Gallery and circulated by the Art Gallery of the University of Manitoba and presented at Dalhousie Art Gallery in August 1972.

Records consist mainly of correspondence amongst Ernest Smith (Director, Dalhousie Art Gallery), Professor V. Hammock (Director, The University of Manitoba Art Gallery), and Mr. Peter Bell (Curator, Memorial University Art Gallery). Additional records consist of an invoice, three copies of the article "The Lapps in Sweden"(published in August 1971), and correspondence between Barbara Leaman (Secretary, Memorial University Art Gallery) and Mrs. Alberta Mayo (Secretary, Dalhousie Art Gallery).

Unpublished manuscripts by Alexander Leighton

File contains manuscripts for unpublished papers: "Barriers to the care of mental illness," "Antecedents of the mental health movement in Atlantic Canada : some implications for today," "The psychobiological orientation," and "Psychiatric diagnosis in life science perspective" by Alexander Leighton. Also includes related correspondence and review feedback forms.

Volunteer committee records

File contains materials related to AIDS Nova Scotia volunteer committee, including meeting agendas and minutes, correspondence, notes, volunteer lists, job postings, volunteer position descriptions, performance evaluation forms, and volunteer application forms.

Volunteer training materials

File contains AIDS Nova Scotia volunteer training materials, including training session schedules, agendas and minutes, documents outlining volunteer roles, application forms, worksheets and training exercises, reference materials for trainers and volunteers, feedback surveys, notes, and correspondence.

William Townsend September 1972

File consists of records relating to the Exhibition of William Townsend Paintings 1964-1968 organized by Dalhousie Art Gallery for circulating through A. P. A. C. 1972-1973.

Records consist mainly of correspondence of Ernest Smith (Director, Dalhousie Art Gallery) and handwritten letters from William Townsend and Charlotte Townsend (the daughter of William Townsend). Additional records include shipping receipts, insurance certificates, newspaper clippings, a photograph of the painting 'Cascade VIII' and condition reports.