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Ernest Heighton's correspondence

This series consists of correspondence collected during Ernest Heighton's research and manuscripts of Dr. Howard L. Bronson and Dr. Henry Burton Sharman.

Daniel Fowler of Amherst Island 1810-1894

File consists of records related to Daniel Fowler exhibition entitled "Daniel Fowler of Amherst Island 1810-1894." prepared by the Agnes Etherington Art Gallery of Queens University, Kingston. The exhibition was presented at the Dalhousie Art Gallery from May 31 to July 8, 1979.

Records consist of correspondence, newspaper clippings, a list of works (85 watercolours and drawings), news releases, exhibition itinerary, and invitations from the two previous Daniel Fowler exhibitions at other galleries.

Pat Badani

File consists of records related to an exhibition of paintings by Pat Badani, "Moody-Scape" series, presented at the Dalhousie Art Gallery from July 12 to August 12, 1979.

Records consist of correspondence, biographical information, press release, clippings, a price list, a floor plan, a list of exhibition expenses, and other administrative documents. Also includes a copy of catalogue from previous exhibition held at the New Brunswick Museum in 1978.

Third Dalhousie drawing exhibition

File consists of records related to the third annual Dalhousie drawing exhibition, held at Dalhousie Art Gallery from January 3 - 29, 1978.

Note: records are divided between 10 folders. (Titles transcribed from original folder labels.)
Folder 13 - grant; Folder 14 - acquisitions; Folder 15 - business office; Folder 16 - catalogue(correspondence); Folder 17 - budget; Folder 18 - photographs; Folder 19 - press releases; Folder 20 -proposal; Folder 21 - selection of participants; Folder 22 - trasportation

Nova Scotia Agricultural College fonds

  • UA-43
  • Fonds
  • 1885-2012
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.

Nova Scotia Agricultural College

Correspondence between Charles Bruce and Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson

File consists of a letter from Lester B. Pearson thanking Bruce for his fine writing and sharing how he used a few verses from Bruce's poem Memo for Certain Voyagers in his Parliament Hill speech for the 1967 Canadian Centenary flame lighting. Also included are a signed copy of his address and Bruce's reply, thanking Pearson for mentioning his writing.

Archibald Woodbury McLelan fonds

  • MS-2-87, SF Box 18, Folders 32-33
  • Fonds
  • 1865-1869
Fonds comprises business correspondence, bills of lading, receipts, and miscellaneous papers connected to McLelan's shipping business.

McLelan, Archibald Woodbury, 1824-1890

W. Graham Allen fonds

  • MS-2-96
  • Fonds
  • 1898-1984
The fonds primarily consist of scripts, broadcasts, short stories and commentaries from Allen's writing and broadcast career; correspondence; documents relating to Allen's Navy service and personal reference material; CBC election broadcast coverage; and photographs.

Allen, W. Graham

Records - Stanley, Carleton Wellesley

File contains draft and final speeches and addresses delivered by Carleton Stanley between 1931 and 1934, early in his tenure as Dalhousie President. File also contains related correspondence.

Correspondence to J.K. MacDonald

Item is a draft letter written by JP Landry to the Honorable J.K MacDonald, then Minister of Agriculture of Nova Scotia, on January 12, 1938. While most of the draft is handwritten, it includes a 2 page print report for the Antigonish C. Poultry Association in 1936. Also includes Minutes of the 36th annual report as manager of the Poultry Department at the Agricultural College and Provincial Poultry Husbandman." - signed by J.P.Landry, Jan. 12, 1938.

Margaret Rice fonds

  • MS-2-387
  • Fonds
  • 1900-1951
Fonds comprises photographs, newspaper clippings, correspondence, postcards, certificates and genealogical information about the McLeod family.

Metamorphosis - Memories, Dreams and Reflections the work of Florence Vale

File consists of records related to Florence Vale's exhibition "Metamorphosis - Memories, Dreams and Reflections," circulated by the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen's University, Kingston. The exhibition was presented at the Dalhousie Art Gallery from May 7 to June 7, 1981.

Records consist of correspondence with the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, a shipping contract, a list of works, invoices, and administrative documents.

Third exhibition of costume design

File contains two outgoing letters to the Dalhousie theatre department regarding the costume show, which was held at the Dalhousie Art Gallery from March 15 to March 30, 1980.

Susan Schelle : recent work

File consists of records related to an exhibition of works by sculptor Susan Schelle, held at the Dalhousie Art Gallery from 12 March to 12 April 1981.

Records consist of correspondence, insurance files, an exhibition agreement, a loan agreement, annotated drafts of the catalogue introduction, biography, clippings, invoices, administrative documents(business office), and two pamphlets from Susan Schelle exhibitions held at other galleries.

Mark Gomes : recent work

File consists of records related to an exhibition of works by sculptor Mark Gomes, held at the Dalhousie Art Gallery from 12 March to 12 April 1981.

Records consist of correspondence with other galleries regarding exhibition proposals, letters to/from Mark Gomes, grant applications, exhibition agreement, biography, clippings, research notes, invoices, and other administrative documents(business office).

Marina Stewart

File consists of records related to the Marina Stewart exhibition, held at Dalhousie Art Gallery in September 1973.

Records consist of correspondence between Ernest Smith (Director, Dalhousie Art Gallery) and Stewart, a shipping insurance letter, a press release draft, and a newspaper clipping titled 'Marina Stewart - a supernatural quality' by Ernest Smith.

25th annual Dalhousie student, staff and alumni exhibition

File consists of records related to the twenty-fifth annual student, staff and alumni exhibition, held at Dalhousie Art Gallery from January 18 to February 11, 1979.

Records consist of clippings, administrative documents, a list of artworks, a blank exhibition entry form and an invitation to the opening.

14th annual Dalhousie student, staff and alumni exhibition

File contains records related to the 14th Annual exhibition of artworks by Dalhousie students, staff, and alumni.

Records consist of a list of works, list of winners for a 'slide contest', correspondence of Evelyn Holmes, a biography of R. H. (Roudolph Humphrey) Whips, and a Dalhousie newsletter.

26th annual Dalhousie student, staff and alumni exhibition

File consists of records related to the twenty-sixth annual student, staff and alumni exhibition, held at Dalhousie Art Gallery from January 10 to January 27, 1980.

Records consist of an exhibition report, clippings, a press release draft, a list of artworks, a blank exhibition entry form, and exhibit photographs.

22nd annual Dalhousie student, staff and alumni exhibition

File consists of records related to 22nd annual student, staff and alumni exhibition held at Dalhousie Art Gallery from February 1 to February 14, 1976.

Records consist of insurance documents, a list of photography prize winners, letters to prize winners, a blank exhibition entry form, correspondence regarding insurance, invoices, invitations and envelopes purchase order, interdepartmental memos, a short bio of Peter van S. Lange (photographer/filmmaker), list of alumni association board of directors 1975-76 with contact information, and lists of artworks including paintings, sculptures, photographs, jewellery, and slides. Also includes some documents from the previous student, staff and alumni photographic exhibition in 1971, including a list of selected slides for exhibition and press release for University News.

Terence Johnson : Forts

File consists of records related to planning an exhibition of works by Terence Johnson, presented at the Dalhousie Art Gallery from January 8 to February 8, 1981.

Records are divided into 11 folders (Titles transcribed from original folder labels.): Folder 21 - Correspondence Terence Johnson sculpture 1972/73; Folder 22 - Circulation itinerary; Folder 23 - Master(Information kit); Folder 24 - Publicity; Folder 25 - Shipping; Folder 26 - Correspondence (1980-82); Folder 27 - Budget and Insurance files; Folder 28 - Catalogue notes; Folder 29 - Contracts; Folder 30 - Photographs & slides; OS Folder 17 - Installation condition (drawing, oversize)
note: Folders 21, 23, and 30 contain photographs.

Ernest Heighton fonds

  • MS-2-586
  • Fonds
  • 1892 - 1991
Fonds comprises records created and collected by Ernest Heighton in the course of his research about Dr. Howard L. Bronson and Dr. Henry Burton Sharman. Records include correspondence and research notes from individuals acquainted with Bronson and Sharman and research material about people and places relating to their life and careers.

Heighton, Ernest Lloyd

Six from Halifax

File consists of records relating to the 'Six from Halifax' (known as"Six from the Styx") presented at Dalhousie Art Gallery from January 8 to February 8, 1981. The artists that participated in this exhibition were Brad Brace, John Clark, Dennis Gill, John Greer, Colette Urban, and Carol Wainio.

Records consist of insurance files, outgoing letters regarding planning the exhibit, biographies for each artist, and clippings.

Elizabeth S. Nutt : heart and head and hand

File consists of records relating to an exhibition of works by Elizabeth Styring Nutt entitled 'Elizabeth S. Nutt: Heart and Head and Hand' presented at Dalhousie Art Gallery from November 27, 1980, to January 4, 1981.

Records consist mainly of correspondence. The file includes loan agreement forms, insurance files, clippings, and an invitation.

Carl Schaefer in Hanover

File consists of records relating to the 'Carl Schaefer in Hanover' exhibition organized by the Edmonton Art Gallery. The exhibition was presented at Dalhousie Art Gallery from October 23, 1980, to January 4, 1981.

Records consist mainly of correspondence with the Edmonton Art Gallery. The file includes a loan agreement, a publicity and attendance report, clippings, insurance files, a tour schedule, and budget.

Lawrence Johnstone Burpee fonds

  • MS-2-175
  • Fonds
  • 1880 to 17 September 1946
Fonds includes Lawrence Johnstone Burpee's correspondence and personal papers regarding his uncle, James De Mille, spanning from 1880 to 1946. Personal papers include lecture notes, a manuscript, and various secondary sources about De Mille.

Burpee, Lawrence Johnstone, 1873-1946

Louis Stokes : alchemy spirals

File consists of records related to the exhibition of works by sculptor Louis Stokes entitled "Alchemy Spirals," presented at the Dalhousie Art Gallery from January 31 to February 24, 1980.

Records are divided into 6 folders: folder 9 - administrative files; folder 10 - grant application; folder 11 - report; folder 12 - publicity and advertising; folder 13 - financial; folder 14 - photographs.

Note:
- foler 9 'administrative files' contains proposed outline, biography, resume, exhibit agreement, correspondence, packing instruction, and transportation.
- folder 12 'publicity and advertising' contains advertising, clippings, reviews, exhibition texts, exhibition pamphlet, and catalogue order.
- folder 13 'financial' contains insurance, budget, payment, invoices, expenses (business records), final expense report.

Patrick Landsley : drawings and collages

File consists of records related to an exhibition of works by Patrick Landsley, organized and circulated by the Sir George Williams Art Galleries of Concordia University. The Exhibition was presented at the Dalhousie Art Gallery from August 14 to September 14, 1980.

Records consist of correspondence, tour schedule, a list of works, and a photograph of the drawing "The Orion Constellation" (pencil and collage) by Patrick Landsley.

The fifth Dalhousie drawing exhibition

File consists of records related to the planning of the 5th Dalhousie drawing exhibition, organized by and presented at Dalhousie Art Gallery from April 4 to May 4, 1980.

Records are divided between 8 folders: Folder 2 - loan agreements; Folder 3 - grants; Folder 4 - administrative files; Folder 5 - curriculum vitae-originals; Folder 6 - general correspondence; Folder 7 - exhibition catalogues; Folder 8 - financial; Folder 9 - Maxwell Bates

Note:
- Folder 3 'grants' contains grant worksheet, original grant application, and Canada Council visiting artists programme.
- Folder 4 'administrative files' contains contract for guest curator, transport correspondence, packing instructions, and opening preparation.
- Folder 6 'misc. 'correspondence' contains general correspondence and one photograph
- Folder 7 'exhibition catalogues' contains draft preface, exhibition texts (biographical information), catalogue quotation, and related correspondence.
- Folder 8 'financial' contains insurance, printing estimates, and payments.
- Folder 9 'Maxwell Bates' contains photographs, correspondence, and biography.

The magic eye : definitions of photography

File consists of records related to planning an exhibition entitled "The magic eye : definitions of photography" organized and circulated by the National Gallery of Canada (original title: "Photography: A Celebration"). The Exhibition was presented at the Dalhousie Art Gallery from July 10 to August 10, 1980.

Records consist mainly of correspondence with the National Gallery of Canada. The file also includes a condition report, packing instructions, and press releases.

Contemporary German prints

File consists of records related to planning an exhibition entitled "Contemporary German prints" organized and circulated by the Goethe-Institut Montreal and the International Programme of the National Museums of Canada (original title: "Contemporary prints from the Federal Republic of Germany"). The Exhibition was presented at the Dalhousie Art Gallery from June 5 to July 6, 1980.

Records consist mainly of correspondence and proposed tour schedule.

19th century European landscape

File consists of records related to planning the exhibition "19th century European Landscape" organized and circulated by the Winnipeg Art Gallery. The Exhibition was presented at the Dalhousie Art Gallery from May 9 to June 8, 1980.

Records consist mainly of correspondence with the Winnipeg Art Gallery. File also includes a shipping list, biographies, a booking form, and condition reports.

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