Series contains duplicates of wearable ephemera from fonds in the Nova Scotia LGBT Seniors Archive. Materials in series including buttons and pins, badges, medals, clothing, and other regalia related to or worn during Halifax Pride parades, political demonstrations organized by Lesbian and Gay Rights Nova Scotia [LGRNS] and other groups, Mr. Atlantic Canada Leather [M.A.C. Leather] contests, and other LGBT causes and events.
Fonds comprises correspondence and personal papers of William R. Tratt and Naomi Tratt (1890-1932). It also contains Herber Tratt's academic records and financial statements (1908-1910), temperance certificates for Gertrude, Wilfred and Elsie Tratt (1931), and Methodist Church Statistical Returns (1915).
Fonds contains business papers, photographs and carnival documents from the Bill Lynch Shows. The business papers consist of financial records, including daily reports, receipts and invoices, correspondence, catalogues, ephemera and commercial scripts. Photographs include prints, cardboard imprints and a metal plate. The carnival documents include complimentary show passes, act and ride information, and blueprints of carnival rides.
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.
File contains two pins. The pins feature a photo of Nova Scotian Member of Parliament Roseanne Skoke in the centre of a red circle with a line through it, surrounded by the words "THANK YOU FOR NOT SKOKING".
File contains three pins featuring a photo of Nova Scotian Member of Parliament Roseanne Skoke in the centre of a red circle with a line through it, surrounded by the words "THANK YOU FOR NOT SKOKING".
File contains ten student registration and matriculation tickets received by Arthur Charles Hawkins confirming his enrolment and attendance during the 1881-1882 session at the Halifax Medical College, Dalhousie College and University, and the Provincial and City Hospital. The tickets are for the following courses: Physiology (taught by John Somers); Clinical Surgery (taught by Edward Farrell and John F. Black); Practical Anatomy (taught by D.A. Campbell and A.W.H. Lindsay; with notes on dissection of extremities); Chemistry (taught by George Lawson); Anatomy (taught by George Sinclair); Materia Medica (taught by John F. Black); and Botany (taught by Benjamin G. Page).
File contains 12 student tickets (and other documents) received by Arthur Charles Hawkins confirming his enrolment and attendance during the 1882-1883 session at the Halifax Medical College, Dalhousie College and University, and the Provincial and City Hospital. The tickets are for: Materia Medica (taught by John F. Black); Physiology (taught by John Somers); Practical Anatomy (taught by D.A. Campbell and A.W.H. Lindsay); Practical Chemistry (taught by W.H. Waddell); Chemistry (taught by George Lawson); Clinical Medicine (taught by Alexander P. Reid and Archibald Lawson); Practical Pharmacy (taught by C.E. Puttner and D. DeW. Harrington); Anatomy (taught by George Sinclair); and matriculation and library tickets.
File contains seven tickets received by Arthur Charles Hawkins confirming his enrolment and attendance during the 1883-1884 session at Halifax Medical College, Dalhousie College and University, and the Provincial and City Hospital. The tickets are for: Clinical Medicine (taught by A.P. [Alexander] Reid and John Somers); Surgery (taught by W.E. [Edward] Farrell); and Clinical Surgery (taught by W.E. [Edward] Farrell and J.F. [John] Black); a student ticket for the Provincial and City Hospital authorized by Andrew J. Cowie and Edward Farrell; a Dalhousie College registration ticket for the 1885-1986 session (authorized by John Forrest, Principal); an incomplete ticket for a German course (1885-1886 session); and a library ticket (1881-1982 session) authorized by James Ross.
File contains one hand-painted banner produced or collected by the Gay and Lesbian Association (GALA). Banner is a white piece of fabric that features black and red text that reads "STRAIGHT but NOT NARROW" over top of a pink triangle.
File contains one banner produced or collected by the Gay and Lesbian Association (GALA), then called the Gay Alliance for Equality, for an unknown event in 1985. The banner is made of white fabric, and is drawn in the style of a Gaezette article. The banner features a drawing of a person standing in front of a windmill proclaiming with a headline that reads "Send a Dyke to Holland".
File contains a scrapbook containing fifteen photographs of The Bill Lynch Shows and four envelope fragments, including one addressed to Mr W.P. Lynch from George A. Hamid, Inc., and one from the Al Martin Agency postmarked July 30, 1947.
Series comprises records documenting the evolution and history of the Safe Harbour Metropolitan Community Church, including meeting minutes, reports, correspondence, newsletters, financial records, and programming and workshop materials.
Collection comprises two scrapbooks assembled by Ruth Marilyn (Goodman) Pink. The first was created during Goodman's years as a student at Dalhousie and contains photographs; dance cards; place cards; programs; schedules; and memorabilia from freshman initiation and other events. The other contains similar materials dating from Goodman's graduation and a few years following.
Fonds contains records documenting Ross Boutilier's legal challenges over same-sex benefits and equal treatment in Nova Scotia and provincial and federal legislation to gain access to same-sex marriage. Other series include production and administrative records of Wayves magazine, committee records of Halifax Pride, and newspaper clippings about the LGBTQ community in Nova Scotia and elsewhere in Canada.
Subseries contains records created by the Nova Scotia Agricultural College, records about the NSAC, and records pertaining to agriculture in Nova Scotia. Included are documents on educational resources, correspondence, memos, newspapers, clippings of articles, newsletters, new building plans, speech notes, a bound copy of "The history of the NSAC", agricultural education plans in the province, and the 75th anniversary committee file.
File contains textual and graphic records related to the Nova Scotia Agricultural College centennial anniversary exhibit at the Colchester Historical Museum and materials related to other activities associated with the centennial celebrations from 2005.
File contains two undated promotional leaflets (likely from the late 1930s or early 1940s, promoting Kenneth Leslie poetry readings and discussions. The earliest of the two leaflets, on off-white paper, is entitled "Kenneth Leslie / Poetry Readings -- Discussions / Mr. Leslie / Reads His Own Poetry / Discusses Contemporary Poetry / Helps you Develop Your Poetry" and contains a small portrait of a youthful Leslie wearing a fedora. It contains testimonials from Charles G.D. Roberts, Robert Norwood, and Lawrence H. Conrad on the verso. The second leaflet, printed on yellow paper, also undated, but after 1938, is entitled "Kenneth Leslie : Singer-Composer / Poet", contains a portrait of Leslie to the upper left corner, with a short bibliography (ending in "By Stubborn Stars". The front contains words promoting Leslie's talent from 'Voices', 'London Times', Sir Charles Roberts, 'N.Y. Herald Tribune', 'Halifax Chronicle', Reverend Sister Maura, 'Charlottetown Guardian', and Shaemas O'Sheel, while the verso has further testimonials under the heading "What they say of Kenneth Leslie's poetry...." with the sub-headings "In London, England", "In Toronto", "In New York", and "In Charlottetown".
File contains one hand-painted banner produced or collected by the Gay and Lesbian Association (GALA) for the 1995 Halifax Pride parade. Banner is painted on a white piece of fabric, and features pink text outlined in black that reads "PRIDE '95". Banner also features two black circles filled with pink triangles on either side of the text.
Item is onepink pin in the shape of a triangle that reads "First they came for the Jews and I did not speak out- because I was not a Jew. Then they came for the communists and I did not speak out- because I was not a communist. Then they came for the trade unionists and I did not speak out - because I was not a trade unionist. Then they came for me - and there was no one left to speak out for me", a quote from Pastor Martin Niemoller who was taken by Nazis.