File consists of a compilation of directories for the Nova Scotia Telephone Company that are bound together. Its contents include the directory of subscribers for Halifax and Dartmouth May 1900, corrections and additions to the subscribers directory of June 1905, the list of subscribers for Halifax and Dartmouth 1905, the subscriber directory for Amherst, N.S. for 1906,and the June 1906 official telephone directory for the city of Halifax, Dartmouth and Suburbs.
File consists of the 1912 Maritime Telegraph & Telephone Company list of subscribers for July September for Halifax and the directories for the Valley (Annapolis), Northern (Amherst), Western (Yarmouth) and Halifax County districts for July-December 1912.
File consists of the directories for the Valley (Annapolis), Western (Yarmouth), Southern (Shelburne), Central (Truro), Northern (Amherst), Eastern (New Glasgow) , Halifax County and Cape Breton districts.
Item is a photograph of pioneers at the 1955 T.E.A. dinner and dance, held at the Nova Scotian Hotel in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Left to right: T.A. Bowman; Mrs. T.A. Bowman; C.R. Ormiston; Mrs. J. Evans; J. Evans; Mrs. M.L. Woodside; Mrs. C.R. Ormiston; and M.L. Woodside. The photograph was taken by Henry Hill.
Photograph of (front) Charlie MacKenzie ; Dororthy Robinson ; Alice Wournell ; Sally Commer ; Noma Garnett ; Joan Boudrea ; Frank Norman ; (back) Don Horne ; Evelyn Rockwell ; Bill Peacock ; Alex MacKinnon, Cec Hawkins ; and Art Ring
Photograph of (seated) Charlie Brown, Phyllis Saunders ; Olive Greenough ; Harold Bowes ; (standing) Charlie Baltzer, ; Clarence Brown ; Herb Allison ; Henry E. Burns ; Dalton E. Mailman ; Walter Mumford
Photograph of district 1 employees T.S. McLanders (St. John Ambulance Association) ; W.H. Bill Reeves ; Cyril D. Bishop ; Howard F. Pledge ; and E.W. Mingo (St. John Ambulance Association) in Sydney with awards.
Honoured recently at their retirement by Maritime Telegraph and Telephone Company, Limited; Mrs. Florence Wadden, Sydney, and Alexander MacSween, of North Sydney. They were feted at a retirement dinner by company management in Halifax. Mrs. Wadden retired after 38 years and one month of service, and Mr. MacSween after 31 years and seven months.