The series consists of A. Stanley Mackenzie’s notes, drafts, and newspaper clippings for the addresses he gave throughout his professional career. His audiences were diverse, and included Dalhousie Medical School students, Canadian Club of Truro, Nova Scotia Hospital Nursing School students, etc.
Item is an aerial photograph of Dalhousie University's Studley Campus, including Shirreff Hall, King's College, the Provincial Archives (Chase Building), Science Building (Chemistry Building), Arts Building (University Club), and Macdonald Library (Macdonald Building).
Fonds consists of correspondence (1885-1936), publications (1894-1927), addresses (1889-1921), unpublished documents (1881-1923), including unpublished articles, a large number of lecture notes (1881-1923), research notes (1887-n.d.) and lab books (1887-1909). Other course materials include course examination papers written and collected by Dr. MacKenzie. Other materials in this fonds pertaining to Dr. MacKenzie’s personal life include his diaries (1883-1909), honours, pictures and memorabilia (1938-1949).
Includes his Dalhousie College Diploma (1882-1884), an American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellowship Diploma (1910), Dalhousie College - Professor Resignation (1910), Dalhousie University Reunion (1938).
The materials include a brief genealogy (n.d.), biographical interviews (1913), brief notes on life by Mackenzie (n.d.), correspondence and source material for the history project by American Institute of Physics (1964).
Ralston, J. R. - 1931 Rhoads, James, E. - 1891-1892 Rowland, C. - 1892 Royal Society of Canada - 1908 Rutherford, E. Joseph - 1905-1908 Scott, C.A. - 1904-1905 Shaw, I.M - 1931 Smith, Sidney - 1930 Smith, W.H. - 1930 Springsteen, Harry W. - 1905 Stanley, Carleton, W. - 1931 Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America - 1925-1937 Thomson, J. J. - 1904 Torey, Cliff - n.d. Tory, James C. - 1930 Wilson, George, E. - 1930 Yarmouth Academy Trustees - 1885-1886
This series consists of A. Stanley Mackenzie’s general correspondence. Correspondents range from Mackenzie’s colleagues, friends and universities to Dalhousie internal departments and publishers and other organizations. Correspondence covers a wide variety of topics including employment concerns, papers publishing, school applications, etc.