File contains records created by the Nova Scotia Agricultural College 75th Anniversary Committee. Records include committee minutes, correspondence, agenda, program, speech notes and cover the period from July 1979 – Feb. 1980.
File contains an account, unsigned but believed to have been written by Dr. Melville Cumming, in regards to the donation of a tractor by Henry Ford to the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in 1917. Mr Ford had previously met then Premier the Honorable George H Murray and was introduced to Melville Cumming, Secretary for Agriculture and Principal of NSAC (1905-1927). There are annotations on the first page "Thanks very much - Len" and on the second page "He was here I understand on a trout fishing exhibition (expedition?)."
File contains notes, correspondence, and plans for new construction at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College between 1947 and 1956. They pertain to the new science building (later named the Harlow Institute), dormitory (Trueman Hall), agricultural engineering building and various other buildings.
Item is correspondence from the Office of the Commissioner for Works and Mines Nova Scotia (E. H. Armstrong) to Melville Cumming, dated 5 November, 1913. It references an enclosed contract (two copies) for signature by W.K. Murray - contractor, in regards to the construction of the headhouse to the greenhouse.
Item is correspondence to Melville Cumming from Murray (contractor) regarding their offer to build the headhouse, dated November 4, 1913. Attached is a document prepared by M. Cumming entitled "Changes in Specifications for Headhouse to Greenhouse for Agricultural College".
File contains two crests designed for the Nova Scotia Agricultural College by Doug Edit. Correspondence regarding NSAC crests from Doug Edit to Tom Smith in 1995. And a document titled "Mens agitat molem", it explains the motto for the Nova Scotia Agricultural College.
File contains a final draft titled "Report of the Committee to study the Farm Courses of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College", by Mr. Kenneth Cox in 1960. Also included are a draft copy, meeting minutes, correspondence, farm class tour survey, recommendations, and other related materials.
File contains correspondence to Peter Hamilton, registrar of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College, from R.B. Hutt, producer of CBC's Land & Sea. Dated Feb. 28, 1980 ; includes response, March 19, 1980.
Series contains minutes, financial records, correspondence, student lists, reports, banquet programs, and newspaper clippings from the Nova Scotia Agricultural College Alumni Association from 1905-1983.
Fonds contains textual material, photos, artifacts, slides, paintings, and a video cassette created by the School of Agriculture, the College of Agriculture, and the Nova Scotia Agricultural College, between 1892 and 2012. Series include records of an administrative nature, departments on campus, buildings, photographs, student and faculty records, events, curriculum, and the institutions history.
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.
Item is a typewritten alphabetical list with the handwritten title "Women Graduates" and a note: "copied from calendars summer of 1919 (probably complete to 1917)." The list includes students' names, home towns, degree earned and date granted.
Item is a letter from Dalhousie Alumni Secretary, Helen Balcom, to Bertha Oxner at the University of Saskatchewan regarding the latter's written query about the history of early women graduates of Dalhousie University. Her letter makes reference to recently made lists, which are likely those listed elsewhere in this file (UA-32, Box 9, Folder 1, Items 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 9). Bertha Oxner's letter of response is also included.
The fonds consists of records relating to the administration and governance of the association; correspondence carried out on behalf of the Association; events such as the amalgamation of Dalhousie University and the Technical University of Nova Scotia, various university campaigns, Dalhousie Centenary celebrations; association-sponsored activities such as memorials and tributes, track and field meets, and reunions; graduate and alumni lists; photographs of alumni who served in World War I; and press stories about the Association.
Fonds contains records of the Faculty of Science at Dalhousie University, including records created in the Dean's Office and by the Department of Psychology, Department of Economics, Department of Chemistry, Department of Earth Sciences, and other units within the faculty.
Item consists of a press release issued by the National Museum of Canada regarding the long-term loan acquisition of extinct Labrador duck specimens from the Thomas McCulloch Museum at Dalhousie University to the National Museum of Natural History in Ottawa. Also includes correspondence between A.W.F. Banfield and Eric Mercer.
Item consists of correspondence between Dalhousie President Henry Hicks and several other stakeholders between 1964 and 1968, regarding the potential loaning of extinct Labrador duck specimens from the Thomas McCulloch Museum to the National Museum of Canada. Includes correspondence between President Hicks and L.B. Macpherson, Eric Mercer, A.W.F. Banfield, Waldemar Fries, Sylvia Fullerton, John E. McInerny, R.A. Cluney, T.A. Russell, J. Lynton Martin, Elisabeth A. Christian, D.H. McNeill, K.E. von Maltzhan, and W. Earl Godfrey.
Item consists of correspondence between Dalhousie President Carleton Stanley's office, as well as Robie Tufts and Burlingham Schurr, regarding Dalhousie's holding of two Labrador duck specimens at the Thomas McCulloch Museum.
Item consists of correspondence between Dalhousie President A. Stanley MacKenzie, Dr Leonard Sanford, C.J. Burchell, and Henry Fairfield Osborn, regarding Dalhousie's holding of extinct Labrador duck specimens in the Thomas McCulloch Museum.
Fonds consists of administrative records related to the operation of the Dalhousie Arts Centre which includes correspondence, personnel files, reports, and memos; audio-visual materials; minutes, correspondence, and reports related to the Dalhousie Cultural Activities Committee and its sub-committees; financial records which include annual and monthly reports, budget records, payroll reports and other fiscal documents; artistic organization files; photographic records of performers; production, performance and event records that include contracts, news clippings, and promotional materials; as well as publicity materials for the Arts Centre.