Fonds comprises records regarding Jessica Scott Kerrin's work as a children's author, including printed and electronic manuscripts; editorial correspondence; book reviews; style and writing guides; learning resource materials; digital photographs; and correspondence from readers, primarily school children.
File contains an envelope from Johnny Brown Dance Shoes and Supplies to the Lynch Shows, a list of practice records for tap dancing, a measurement chart for show clothing, and a catalogue for carnival or show materials to be purchased. Examples include dance belts, tap shoes, finger cymbals, theatrical makeup, and costume materials.
Fonds consists of Joan and Henry Orenstein's materials regarding their professional activities, including photographs, negatives, sketches, programs, flyers, posters, postcards, slides, correspondence and other materials. Fonds includes several photographs of Joan Orenstein acting, Henry Orenstein's art pieces and sketches, and Joan and Henry Orenstein's family photographic negatives.
Series contains newspaper clippings, printouts from websites, and publisher's catalogues that feature reviews and promotional material about Budge Wilson's books. The series also contains drafts of press releases written by Budge Wilson to promote her books and newspaper articles that feature Budge Wilson and her writing career.
Fonds consists of three microfilm reels of business records and a photocopied excerpt of a furniture catalogue. No original materials are included . Materials include three volumes of ledgers (1880-1904), bills of lading (1886-1898), correspondence (1884, 1896-1897, 1891, 1915, 1922), mail contracts (1870-1871, 1881, 1883-1885), lists of voters (1890-1892, 1898, 1899), and engravings of furniture by Glendyer Mills (1875-1877).
Fonds contains three product catalogues produced by the Acadia Gas Engine Company. The earliest dated catalogue was published in January, 1969 and another was published in 1973. One catalogue is undated.
Series contains various administrative documents used to run the Bill Lynch Shows. Materials include letterhead, Greater Exposition Shows contract forms (blank), railway passes, commercial scripts, blueprints, and photographs.
Collection consists of videos and photographs that document the administrative and operational activities of Dalhousie University’s MedIT, providing media services to the Dalhousie Faculty of Medicine. The collection also includes the card catalogue and register created and used by MedIT to organize their video and photograph libraries.
Fonds contains off-prints of Lawson's papers (1854-1894), a handwritten catalogue of Lawson's library, handwritten botanical observations (1891), a published program of a course of botany lectures, published testimonials (1874), and an obituary (1895).
This item is a travelling fruit salesman's catalog used for showing the varieties offered by a nursery. Contents : Sussex Nursery, Kings County, New Brunswick. Lithographer : J. W. Thompson and Co, Rochester New York. 1876-1891 ca.
File consists of two handwritten ledgers used by Dalhousie University's MedIT to document requests for video and photography services. Each entry indicates the type of service and provides the name and department of the person(s) who made the request, the date of the request, and other descriptive information.. Entries are listed chronologically and assigned unique numeric identifiers relating to the date of the request. The first volume includes a page that explains MedIT's filing system.
Fonds consists of manuscripts and proofs of Budge Wilson's books and short stories; correspondence with publishers, students, and teachers; publicity material; photocopies and clippings of reviews, profiles, and notices regarding awards and appearances; diaries; recorded radio interviews; and an assortment of other documents created and collected by the author throughout her writing career. The fonds also contains materials relating to the adaptation of Wilson's novel "Before Green Gables" into a Japanese animated television series.
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Dalhousie Art Gallery publicity, exhibitions, collections, openings and events, and administration. Types of materials include press releases, brochures, tickets, a poster, photographs, course information, programs, calendars, catalogues, reports, financial records, notes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, minutes and agendas, and other materials.
File contains eight catalogues from the following publishers: Harcourt Brace & Company, Formac Publishing Company Limited and James Lorimer & Company Limited, Stoddart, the Canadian Children's Book Centre, the Putnam & Grosset Group, and Pottersfield Press.
File consists of the card catalogue created and used by Dalhousie University's MedIT Department in their work with the Faculty of Medicine. The catalogue consists of a numerical and departmental index of the tapes created by MedIT, with cards in the numerical index cross-referenced in the departmental index and vice versa. Cards in the numerical index contain the title of the video, the tape number, the person who requested the video, and the person's department. Most cards also indicate whether the tape is an original, master, or dub, and, if relevant, another tape may be referenced (e.g., if the tape is a transfer of another tape). The card catalogue also includes an index of 1-inch video tapes, the locations of which are unknown, but most of which were transferred either to VHS or U-matic tapes included in the numerical index. The departmental index consists of cards organized by the department of the individual who requested the video from MedIT. The departments are mostly within the Faculty of Medicine, with a few requests from other faculties at Dalhousie University and from affiliated hospitals and organizations in Nova Scotia. These cards contain information relating to the date of the request, the individual and their department, the name and number of the video, and (optionally) its length and the amount charged for MedIT's services.
Series consists of Dalhousie University’s MedIT card catalogue for their video collection and two ledgers (1967-1973, 1973-1979) that record photograph and video requests that MedIT processed for the Faculty of Medicine.
Item consists of a two copies of an untitled 49-leaf (98 leaves in total) double-sided record collection catalog compiled by David Murray in the early- to mid-1940s. The first copy is a typescript, while the second copy is a handwritten version of the catalog. Each catalog is arranged alphabetically by performer, with an abbreviation of their operatic role or primary instrument. Murray also made additions in pencil to the typescript version of the catalog (vital statistics of the performer, the latest date being 1946), and additions to the catalog in ink. Each entry in the catalog contains a corresponding filing code.
Item consists of a handwritten catalog of a personal record library of opera and secular music compiled by David Murray in the mid-to-late 1930s. The catalog is arranged in alphabetical order variably by category or musician, with associated records held in the collection listed underneath in a left-hand column (with corresponding storage location in the opposite column). The catalog was compiled in an address book.
Item consists of a handwritten 41-entry list of short musical pieces compiled by David Murray, with the composer of each piece noted in the right-hand margin. The first 23 entries on the list are under the heading 1936-37, the following 18 entries are under the heading 1937-38, while the final unnumbered entry is under the heading Halifax--Jan. 39. One page of item contains 20 examples of humorous quotations written by Murray, possibly for use in future sketches. While unrelated to the musical list, the pages appear to have been removed sequentially from a notebook.
File contains four documents related to David Murray's record collection. All of the record collection items contain Murray's location coding. File contains a handwritten 44-leaf notebook containing, alphabetically, Murray's "Record Library of Opera & Secular Music", a short handwritten addendum of record collection additions from 1936-37, a 49-leaf typescript variant collection list and a similar 49-leaf handwritten collection list with different location codes.