File contains newspaper clippings collected by Kenneth Leslie in 1972 and 1973, largely related to the 1972 United States presidential election. File contains clippings and facsimiles of articles written by Leslie's associates Hugh Hester and Morris Kominsky, among others. Articles tangentially related to the role of both religion and the Vietnam War in American political affairs during the run-up to the election. A few of the clippings contain notes and marginalia in Leslie's hand.
File contains a newspaper clipping of an article from The Chronicle Herald, which includes Budge Wilson's comments on the question "Which political party would foster cultural development in Nova Scotia?". The newspaper article also features responses from Charlotte Wilson-Hammond, Clam Harbour artist; Jamie Bradley, ACTRA Maritime national councilor and national vice-president of ACTRA; Josh MacDonald, playwright and screenwriter; Gordon Lamp, executive director of Music Nova Scotia; Walter Forsyth, Halifax-based filmmaker; and Mary Pat Mombourquette, managing director of Symphony Nova Scotia.
File contains a program for a performance by Symphony Nova Scotia, conducted by Georg Tintner, with the Halifax Camerata Singers and Truro Cantabile Singers, directed by Jeff Joudrey. The file also contains two newspaper clippings advertising the concert.
File contains a program for a concert by Symphony Nova Scotia, conducted by Georg Tintner, with the Halifax Camerata Singers and the Cantabile Singers of Truro, directed by Jeff Joudrey. The file also includes a newspaper clipping about the concert.
File contains two programs for two concerts by the Halifax Camerata Singers in collaboration with the Maritime Conservatory Faculty Brass Quintet. The concerts took place at St. Andrew's United Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia and in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. The file also includes a newspaper clipping of an advertisement for the concert.
This file contains a photocopied newspaper article entitled "Hancock has seen enormous change. By Jason Malloy. Truro Daily News. July 17, 2002. Pp. A3. Dr. Errol Hancock former Provincial (NS) Animal Pathologist with the Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture and founder of the Provincial Veterinary Laboratory at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College. N.B.
This file contains 1 book, titled "Former Premier: memoirs of the honorable E.C. Drury," published in 1966. First page contains inscription: “to my long time friend Melvine Cuming, E.C Drury. Within the book folds, contains newspaper clippings of the passing of E.C Dryrrt
File contains a program and newspaper clippings from a Nova Scotian concert tour by the Halifax Camerata Singers, which included performances in Truro, River Denys Mountain, Annapolis Royal, Amherst, New Glasgow, Liverpool, and Yarmouth.
File contains two programs for two performance of Handel's Messiah by Symphony Nova Scotia, conducted by Georg Tintner, with the Halifax Camerata Singers and Truro Cantabile Singers, directed by Jeff Joudrey. The concerts took place at the First United Church in Truro, Nova Scotia and at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The file also includes a newspaper review of the concert.
File contains three newspaper clippings relating to a concert by Symphony Nova Scotia and the Halifax Camerata Singers featuring Scott Macmillan's "Celtic Mass for the Sea" with special guest Ashley MacIsaac. The concert was held on Earth Day.
File contains newspaper clippings, maps, schedules, and a program for Stars on the Hill, an event celebrating 5 years of public broadcasting in the Maritimes for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. The events included a performance of an excerpt from Scott Macmillan's "Celtic Mass for the Sea" performed by the Halifax Camerata Singers with Jeff Joudrey conducting. The file also includes Bertrum MacDonald's name tag from the performance and a copy of the sheet music for "Open Your Heart".
File contains reports from Research Associates regarding effect of radiation testing in Debert, Nova Scotia. File also contains photocopies of newspaper articles regarding play by Nuclear Ghost people and Voice of Women Nova Scotia.
File contains a copy of Budge Wilson's memorial talk for Margaret Laurence, delivered at Trent University on February 2, 1987 and later published in the Canadian Woman Studies journal. The file also contains a copy of the program from Wilson's memorial tribute and a copy of an article on Budge Wilson's address at the Halifax Main Library on Margaret Laurence.
File contains programs from awards ceremonies from awards that Budge Wilson was nominated for and/or won, including the City of Dartmouth Book Ward (for Cordelia Clark, 1995); the Ann Connor Brimer Award (for Sharla, 1998); and the Children's Book Week Gala (at which Wilson gave the Ann Connor Brimer Keynote Address in 1999).
File contains Budge Wilson's notes, correspondence, and programs for the Sharla Project, which included appearances in Churchill, Winnipeg, and Mexico City. The Canadian portion of the trip went from October 26 to November 4, 1998.
File contains the printed version (published April 30, 2018) and online version (published April 28, 2018) of a newspaper article in The Nova Scotian, which includes an entry and photograph of Budge Wilson.
File contains a program for the 1995-1996 Saint Cecilia concert series, which included a performance of Mendelssohn's Elijah by the Halifax Camerata Singers, Cantabile Singers of Truro, Cape Breton Chorale, and Kings Chorale, conducted by Jeff Joudrey, with Symphony Nova Scotia at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The file also includes a copy of the Nova Scotia Choral Federation's magazine Chorus, and newspaper clippings advertising the concert.
File contains two postcards of churches, one of Trinity Church and Wall Street in New York, and the other of Hensley Memorial Chapel and Convocation Hall, King's College, Windsor, Nova Scotia. The file also includes miscellaneous prints removed from magazines of organs, opera singer Annie Beaumont, pianist Franklin Taylor, and a drawing "Leur Fils" by P. Eschbach.
This file contains a range of papers with regard to agricultural history and agricultural heritage preservation through books, static and living history museums, agricultural art and artifacts, and correspondence with the Nova Scotia Agricultural College Library, Office of the Principal, and the Nova Scotia Department of Education – Museum complex. 1987.
This file contains "Sanger recognizes obscure poetic figure". It is a printout of an online news article from the Halifax Herald Limited. By Bruce Erskine. July 3 2005. The article discusses a new book by retired Nova Scotia Agricultural College professor and archivist Peter Sanger. White Salt Mountain is a detailed account of the life of Florence Ayscough, the daughter of a Nova Scotia-born businessman Thomas Wheelock who made his fortune in Shanghai where Ayscough was born in 1875. The book then links her life with that of late New Brunswick poet John Thompson (1936-1976) who’s poems, Sanger argues, were greatly influenced by Ayscough’s translated poems from Chinese.
File contains a program for a concert by Symphony Nova Scotia, the Halifax Camerata Singers and the Cantabile Singers of Truro, conducted by Georg Tintner with Jeff Joudrey as the choral director. The file also contains a newspaper clipping of a review of the concert.
File contains a program and newspaper clippings from a performance by the Halifax Camerata Singers in collaboration with the Truro Cantabile Singers, performed as part of the Saint Cecilia 1993-1994 concert series.