Fonds documents the management and theatrical productions of Two Planks and a Passion Theatre Company from 1992-2016. Series include Administrative, Education and outreach, and Production records, the latter being divided into subseries reflecting the types of materials generated by theatrical productions, including prompt books, posters and programs, photographs and reviews. A sousfond, Ross Creek Centre for the Arts, contains records illustrating the development of the Centre , which was founded by Two Planks' artistic directors, Chris O'Neill and Ken Schwartz.
Fonds comprises records related to Raymond's investment in the Henry House restaurant, including correspondence, financial statements, menu designs, architectural drawings and construction records. Other records include Dalhousie Review poetry correpondence.
MS-2-137, SF Box 19, Folder 8; SF Box 27, Folders 1-2
Fonds consists of promissary notes, an order from David M. Lead to Charles Irving, and cheques. These materials date between 1858-1879. The fonds also contains agreements from 1863-1876 as well as business correspondence.
The fonds consists of architectural plans, Bass River picnic files, correspondence and invoices, counter books, customer and employee records, export papers, interest books, journals, ledgers, legal documents, merchandise invoices, photographs, printed materials, reports and shareholder papers, sales books/journals, sales invoice copy books, statement books, and stock inventories, spanning over 100 years from 1870 to 1975. These materials illustrate accounting methods, the production of and market for chairs, shipping processes, relationships with other companies and the community, etc. The majority of the fonds consists of correspondence and invoices, both to and from Dominion Chair, including orders for company goods, for factory equipment, and items to stock the general store. Together the items are useful in understanding the organizational structure, management, and operations of the Dominion Chair Company, and provide insight into business operations in Nova Scotia throughout the late 19th and 20th centuries.
The fonds consists mainly of general business correspondence and financial records recording the financial affairs of the business. The fonds also consist of legal records, mainly indentures and insurance policies for the business, sales and operations records and vessel records, which mainly consist of insurance policies, charter parties and protests. Also included in the fonds are records belonging to the Frieze family such as estate papers, and records from David Frieze's time as a justice if the peace for Hants County, along with electoral records and records belonging to the Maitland Presbyterian church, Sons of Temporance and Maitland school which both Frieze and Roy were involved in.
Fonds comprises documents illustrating the business interests of James Edward Dickie and his family. The majority of records date from James E. Dickie and his son Edwin's ownership of the Stewiacke general store, there is a single letter-book dated 1924, during which time James R. Fulton managed the store. Records fall into three main categories: business records related to companies owned by the Dickies; personal and business correspondence; and personal records of the Dickie family.
File contains letters and invoices from individuals and businesses including: Oxford Manufacturing Company Ltd. (Oxford, NS); Oxford School (Oxford, NS); Oxford Tripoli Company Ltd. (Oxford, NS); Oyster Pond School (Jeddore, NS).
File contains letters and invoices from individuals and businesses including: Wolfville Schools (Wolfville, NS); Wolfville-St. Andrews United Church (Wolfville, NS); Wolfville, Town of (Wolfville, NS); Wood Bros. (Pugwash Junction, NS); Wood Bros. Company Ltd. (Halifax, NS); Eleanor Wood (Wolfville, NS).
Fonds contains business records and personal correspondence of H.L. Ruggles. Financial records primarily relate to Ruggles' wholesale grocery business, but some materials relate to the settlement of his mother's estate. Personal correspondence involves the settlement of his mother's estate.
Series includes Owl's Head Press correspondence with the Bank of Montreal regarding their trade name and manuscripts and print publications: After the Image, by Jonathan Wright; Ten Poems of Francis Ponge, translated by Robert Bly; Ten Poems of Robert Bly Inspired by the Poems of Francis Ponge, by Robert Bly; Where the Fields End, by Leigh Faulkner; and The Guest Touches Only Those Who Prepare, by Edward Gates.
Fonds includes records related to the Community Planning Association of Canada, Dalhousie Law School, Royal Canadian Air Force, personal correspondence, copies of deeds, legal agreements and wills, and printed materials.
File contains BSPS correspondence regarding society memberships and affiliated associations, including the Atlantic Publishers Association, Purple Wednesday Society, League of Canadian Poets, Writers' Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador, Kalamalka New Writers Society, and the Novel and Short Story Writer's Market.
File includes correspondence with and regarding Peter Martel, as well as a collaborative manuscript of P. Martel, F.W. Dobson, E.W. Guptill, and J.E. Blanchard titled "Relaxation Oscillations of a Conductor Suspended in a Rotating Magnetic Field."
Series comprises Charles Bruce's professional correspondence, organized by subject. The bulk of the correspondence relates to his professional life and writing, but there are some files containing letters and notes of a more personal nature. Many files contain notes and newspaper clippings.
This fonds contains records about the National Radio Farm Forum, including the operations of the Nova Scotia and New Brunswick regions. Records consists of pamphlets, correspondence, memos, guides, annual reports and minutes from the regional and national meetings and conferences, 2 booklets, and an account of the activity of the Earltown, Nova Scotia Farm Forum Radio Group from the period of 1961-1962. Some of the records were created and collected by Longly and C.A. Douglas, as well as regional secretary Rosemary Campbell. It was a national rural listening-discussion group project sponsored by the Canadian Association for Adult Education, the Canadian Federation of Agriculture and CBC. Initially, this program was a dramatized discussion of farm problems in wartime, arranged in cooperation with the Canadian Federation of Agriculture, and the Canadian Association for Adult Education. Eventually, it evolved into discussions by individuals from various communities across the country. The program was developed by Orville Shugg and Neil Morrison. http://www.cotra.ca/farming.htm http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/farm-radio-forum/
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.