This file contains two photocopied pages of a program for the banquet of the 10th annual meeting N.S.A.C. Alumni association. - Accession includes school songs, names of toasters, and menu for the evening. - Annotated on back “Original with Mrs Bill Jenkins : January 12, 1989”
The file consists of a scrapbook of agricultural activity in Nova Scotia from 1900 to 1949. Entries include pencil drawings of animals and plants, newspaper clippings, pictures of NSAC buildings, breeds, and events on campus as well as agricultural events around Nova Scotia from the NS Dept. of Agriculture Annual reports.
Collection contains a wide variety of printed materials created by or related to Dalhousie University, including convocation programs; university calendars; faculty, staff, and biographies; faculty and school histories; newspaper clippings; and many other materials related to the university. Materials span from the mid 19th century to the early 21st century.
Folder contains papers and correspondence relating to the Dalhousie University No. 7 Stationary Hospital, including a reunion dinner menu, a company Christmas card, a Christmas card from Laura Hubley to Harold Dunlap (?) of the 85th Battalion (Cape Breton Highlanders), a message from Lt. Col. John Stewart to Laura Hubley, a letter from L.D. Holland to Laura Hubley, and a set of daily orders for the Stationary Hospital.
File contains correspondence, articles from journals, magazines and newspapers, finances, a 1921 annual meeting program, association programs and booklets pertaining to the Canadian Pharmacists Association.
File contains drafts of program notes pertaining to the following composers: Hugo Alfvén, Juan Crisostomo de Arriaga, Benjamin Britten, Bela Bartok, Aaron Copland, Ernest Chausson, Arcangelo Corelli, and Jean Coulthard. The file also includes a copy of a newspaper article on Carl Czerny and a copy of a magazine article on Charles-Valentin Alkan (both used in Pugh's research).
File contains drafts of program notes and research notes for concerts containing works by Ludwig van Beethoven, including cello sonatas, string trios, piano sonatas, piano quartets, violin sonatas, string quartets, and symphonies. The file also contains programs (with notes by Anthony Pugh) for performances by the Brunswick String Quartet with Douglas McNabney (viola) at Memorial Hall, University of New Brunswick (April 22, 1987); by the Atlantic Symphony Orchestra at The Fredericton Playhouse; and The Duo Pach (Joseph and Arlene Nimmons Pach) at Memorial Hall, UNB (February 1985).
File contains drafts of program notes and research notes for concerts containing works by Ludwig van Beethoven, including piano sonatas, symphonies, concertos, string quartets, piano trios, and overtures. Most of the program notes were written while Anthony Pugh was in Fredericton, New Brunswick, with the exception of those for Beethoven's Quartet in F major, op. 59 no. 1, which were written while he was at Pembroke College in Cambridge, England, and which include handwritten analytic excerpts from the quartet, written by Pugh. The file also includes Anthony Pugh's analysis of Beethoven's Piano Sonata in C minor, op. 111, for which he also wrote program notes, and programs (with notes by Anthony Pugh) for performances by the Atlantic Symphony Orchestra and Anton Kuerti (presented by the Creative Arts Committee of the Universities of New Brunswick and Saint Thomas). The file also includes extensive handwritten notes by Pugh on Beethoven's Fidelio and an analysis of one of its recitatives and duets by "Mark," which was sent to Pugh from Seaford, East Sussex, England.
File contains research notes pertaining to Alban Berg, used by Anthony Pugh for the writing of program notes. The file includes photocopied pages on Berg's opera "Woyzeck", a copy of program notes by A.K. Holland and Basil Horsfield for a performance by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society, and a program (with notes) for a concert by the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
File contains research and program notes pertaining to Hector Berlioz. The file includes several programs collected by Anthony Pugh from performances by the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and BBC Symphony, as well as a program from a concert by the Atlantic Symphony Orchestra with program notes, presumably written by Pugh. The file also includes drafts of Pugh's program notes, a newspaper clipping on a performance of Berlioz by the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, a postcard from "Kathy" to Pugh featuring a picture of Berlioz, and correspondence from Pugh to Professor Tom Lawrenson at the University of Lancaster about Berlioz's opera "Béatrice et Bénédict."
File contains program notes, a short essay, and a handout on Hector Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique. The file also includes correspondence from David F. Bell regarding Pugh's submission to a Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium at Duke University (Durham, North Carolina) and from Professor H.W.W. Warman of the University of Lancaster inviting Pugh to deliver a lecture on Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique.
File contains drafts of program notes and research notes pertaining to the following composers: Arthur Benjamin, Arnold Bax, Samuel Barber, Luciano Berio, Carl Philip Emmanuel Bach, Franz Berwald, Ernst Bloch, Max Bruch, Lennox Berkeley, Georges Bizet, Luigi Boccherini, Alexander Borodin, and Samuel Barber. The file includes the completed program (including Pugh's program notes) for a concert by the resident musicians of the University of New Brunswick (Arlene Nimmons Pach, piano; Joseph Pach, violin; Paul Campbell, violin; Paul Pulford, cello) on January 29, 1989 at Memorial Hall, UNB, presented by the Creative Arts Committee of the Universities of New Brunswick and Saint Thomas. The concert featured Bloch's "Three Nocturnes" for piano, cello, and violin.