Fonds consists of material regarding Howard C. Glube's involvement with the Dalhousie Club of New York, including correspondence, newspapers clippings, annual meeting invitations and others textual records. Fonds also contains records regarding Columbia University, the Canadian Society of New York, and the University of Toronto.
Fonds consists of Richard Lewis Evans' records regarding Dalhousie Law School's applications for the Emil Gumpert Award of the American College of Trial Lawyers, including the applications submitted for the award, correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, and related news releases and periodicals.
File contains correspondence with different individuals, including Elizabeth Racicot, T.A. Bernes, Shi Ying-Han, W. Douglas Newkirk, Jean Claude Frachebourg, Douglas M. Johnston, and others. File includes newspaper clippings and handwritten nos related to the subject.
File contains correspondence with different individuals, including Quing-nan Meng, Edgar Gold, Paul Fauteux, Dominique Alheritiere, Tom Hick, R. C. Strother, W.A. MacKay, Wang Fusun, J.D. Kingham, Patti Allen, John Vandermeulen, and others. File includes newspaper clippings, pamphlets, annotated manuscripts, and handwritten notes related to the subject.
Collection includes Ron Stang's honours thesis submitted to Gregory Kealey in April 1980. The title of the thesis is "Community, industry and workers along Nova Scotia's north shore: The Malagash salt miners." Collection also contains correspondence sent from the Canadian Salt Company Limited to Ron Stang. Correspondence includes financial statements from Malagash Salt Company Limited.
File contains correspondence with different individuals, including Bruce P. Elman, Richard H. Vogel, Patti Allen, John A. Yogis, Jill Shlossberg, Robert G. MacKeigan, Adolf Laufs, Patricia Hyndman, Carol Reardon, Dick Evans, Anita Dubinsky, Bertha Wilson, John Willis, Denne Burchell, Cameron M. Smith, Allan E. Blakeney, Christine Boyle, Betsey Chambers, Lui Gaolong, Brian Derrah, Matthew Garfield, Lorne E. Rozovsky, A.E. Anton, Basil D. Stapleton, Gaylen A. Duncan, and others. File includes a photograph of John J. Copland taken in 1979, a photograph of J.L. Dubinsky possibly taken in the 1980s, newspaper clippings, typescripts, handwritten notes, and other materials related to the subject.
The series includes information pertaining to the formation of the Alumni Association of Dalhousie University's School of Library Service, minutes of meetings, financial papers, reports, general correspondence, newsletters, and information on the 10th anniversary reunion.
File contains letters sent by Alan Ruffman to correspondents including L.M. Lauzier, B.D. Locanrevic, Dr. William Ford, Dr. Gordon E. Beanlands, Mike Simmons and Charles Raymond. Some of the correspondence contains handwritten notes possibly written by Alan Ruffman.
File contains correspondence between Allan Currie Dunlop and H. Lester Barkhouse, Mrs. F.C. DeWolfe, P.G. Griffiths, Jeff Wright, Claudia Keizer, William Collins, and others. File includes correspondence that was forwarded to Allan Currie Dunlop.
File contains correspondence between Allan Currie Dunlop and C.W. Smith, T.W. Sommerville, W.B. Kingston, Lester Barkhouse, and others. File also includes correspondence that was forwarded to Allan Currie Dunlop.
File contains correspondence related to the photographs. File includes photographs of Ronald St. John Macdonald during United Nations meetings and a photograph of the Dalhousie Law School rugby team of 1949.
Series consists of Allan Currie Dunlop's materials regarding his experience and involvement with Dalhousie University residences, including correspondence, administrative records, handbooks, meeting minutes, reports, and other textual records.
Fonds consists of Allan Currie Dunlop's records documenting his student years at Dalhousie University, including materials regarding the Dalhousie Alumni Association, Dalhousie Student Council, Dalhousie Student Union, Dalhousie University men's residence, and student political activities. Fonds contains correspondence, photographs, reports, programmes, meeting minutes, newspaper clippings, student newspapers, Dalhousie University residences' administrative records.
Subseries contains Ronald St. John Macdonald's correspondence regarding a wide range of subjects, including his visits to China, his research on the teaching of international law at Canadian universities and other topics, the development of various of his books, Dalhousie University, Dalhousie Law School Journal, Dalhousie Law School centenary, the Hague, the United Nations, the Canadian Council on International Law, and many other matters. Subseries contains correspondence between Ronald St. John Macdonald and different individuals, including Paul Martin, Quing-nan Meng, Edgar Gold, Paul Fauteux, Dominique Alheritiere, Tom Hick, R. C. Strother, W.A. MacKay, Wang Fusun, J.D. Kingham, Patti Allen, John Vandermeulen, Rene Jean Dupuy, M.C.W. Pinto, Jacqueline Dauchy, Leo Nevas, Avard Bishop, Charles B. Bourne, John Willis, and many others.
Series comprises records created or collected by Henry Hicks in the course of his association and employment with Dalhousie University. Records types include correspondence and memoranda, newspaper clippings, reports, funding campaign materials, convocation programs, and staff lists.
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.
Series comprises correspondence regarding Macdonald's professional and academic involvement with institutions including Osgoode Hall, University of Western Ontario, University of Toronto, Dalhousie University, the European Court of Human Rights, the Hague, Peking University, World Academy of Arts and Science, Canadian Council of International Law, United Nations, Institute of International Law, African Society of International Law, British Institute of International Law, Canadian Institute of International Law, International Law Association, and others. Series also contains correspondence between Ronald St. John Macdonald and individuals including Joseph Philippe Pierre Yves Elliott Trudeau, Paul E. Martin, Jean Chrétien, Elisabeth Mann Borgese, Wang Tieya, A. Donat Pharand, and others.
Fonds consists of law publications and print materials relating primarily to government, the Canadian Constitution, or to Newfoundland joining confederation; copies of speeches; correspondence with family, friends, and professional associates, including some from former Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King; newspaper clippings and memorabilia; photographs; and a small group of other miscellaneous documents which includes stories of MacDonald written by friends and associates for the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law publication Hearsay.
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.
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.
Fond consists of correspondence between R.M. Hattie and members of the Dalhousie Class of 1897 between 1893-1951, including newspaper clippings relating to classmates' lives and information regarding class reunions between 1897-1947.
Subseries consists of Ronald St. John Macdonald's items of interest collected throughout his life, including biographical materials, art pieces, newspaper clippings, periodicals, books, and other materials.
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 consists of a Hector Pothier's medical school diploma, a Dalhousie song book (ca. 1912-1913), photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, election paraphernalia, invoices, and speeches made to the Nova Scotia Legislature.
Subseries consists of Ronald St. John Macdonald's records regarding his involvement with Dalhousie University as a professor and dean of Dalhousie University Law School. Subseries include records related to Dalhousie Faculty Association's strike in 1988, records related to Dalhousie University Law School centenary, records related to Dalhousie University Law School fire, records related to Ronald St. John Macdonald's lectures, meeting minutes, reports, correspondence, pamphlets, offprints, periodicals, and other materials.
Subseries consists of Ronald St. John Macdonald's photographs collected throughout his life. Subseries contains photographs of Ronald St. John Macdonald and different individuals, such as Wang Tieya, on different occasions, including at Dalhousie University, conferences, and trips not related to his work.
Series comprises Ronald St. John Macdonald's records regarding his academic activities, including his involvement as a faculty member of York University Osgoode Hall, University of Toronto, Dalhousie University, and other institutions. Series also includes records and research materials regarding the development of Macdonald's publications, unpublished papers, and other materials.
Fonds comprises Ronald St. John Macdonald's records regarding his personal, academic, and professional activities as a jurist, judge, and professor. Records include those related to Macdonald's involvement with Osgoode Hall, University of Western Ontario, University of Toronto, Dalhousie University, the European Court of Human Rights, the Hague, Peking University, World Academy of Arts and Science, Canadian Council of International Law, United Nations, Institute of International Law, African Society of International Law, British Institute of International Law, Canadian Institute of International Law, International Law Association, and others. Records types include correspondence; meeting minutes and agendas; research materials; photographs; newsletters; newspaper clippings; manuscripts; and off-prints.
File contains letters sent to Alan Ruffman by various correspondents, including J.M. Bewers, R.L.G. Gilbert, Robert W. Morse, Graham Doyle, L.M. Lauzier, Paul E. Vandall Jr. and J.D. Keys. Some of the letters contain handwritten notes possibly written by Alan Ruffman.