File is an audio reel containing an interview with Dalhousie president Doctor Howard Clarke on the pros and cons of provincial auditing. The interview was conducted by CKDU's Dan Gawthrope. The episode was recorded on November 7, and was broadcast on November 10 on Title Waves, a CKDU program.
File is an audio reel containing an interview with Barney Savage, a researcher for the Student Union of Nova Scotia, on the Maritime Provinces Higher Education Committee. The episode was recorded on July 9, and was broadcast on the same day.
Nova Scotia Agricultural College Recruitment Card. It is prefilled with space for prospective students to indicate which course they are interested in and request a college catalog. It is signed by J. M. Trueman, Principal who held this office from 1927-1936.
File contains five copies of Lynch Greater Exposition Shows contract forms. The stipulations include supplying a show suitable for ladies and children, the right to cancel the contract in the occurrence of unforeseen circumstances such as cyclones or war, and a space to set out the required number of performances per week. It specifies that the contract is for Canada only, but that the salary will be paid half in American and half in Canadian dollars.
File contains a receipt book for travel and communications expenses from May to September. Locations include Kentville, Halifax, Bathurst, New Glasgow, Sydney, Charlottetown, Moncton, and Woodstock. Financial charges include trains, cars, buses, wires, phone calls, and permits.
Item is a drawing of the Bluenose II in full sail, with measurements for all of the sails. The drawing also includes notes about the measurements for the masts, boom, and other components. The drawing was prepared by Smith & Rhuland Ltd. of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.
File contains a graph of the cross curves of stability of the Bluenose II; a graph of the hydrostatic curves of the Bluenose II; and a top and side view of an unidentified ship, likely the Bluenose II. The two graphs were drawn by J. Rey Mauriz from the Halifax Shipyards drawing office. See MS-4-135, Box 154, Folder 9 and Folder 160, Folder 3 for related records.
File contains photographs of models of proposed buildings for Dalhousie Univeristy, including the Izaak Killam Memorial Library, the Life Sciences Centre, the Physical Sciences Centre, and the Dental Building. The photographs have captions attached to them.
Box contains shop drawings and plans for the Life Sciences Centre at Dalhousie University. The box also contains specifications for the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences building. The plans in the box include spec IDs 83-87 and 90.
File contains photographs take in the Student Union Building at Dalhousie University. Three photographs show six unidentified men standing in the building during its construction, and two photographs show students sitting in a canteen in the building.
File contains photographs of sculptures located outdoors near the Student Union Building at Dalhousie University. The sculptures include an unidentified metal animal sculpture and a sculpture called "20th Century Student" by Reg Dockrill.
This file contains “Development of Agricultural Machinery”. These are assumed to be teaching notes by Mr J E Shuh made in [197?] Potentially part of the History of Agriculture class taught by Mr Shuh in the 1970’s.
File contains a brochure titled "History of Nova Scotia Agricultural College", no date. The brochure is brochure 17 pages, illustrated: Sherman Hines photographs ; text: W.J. Hawkins ; foreword: William A. Jenkins.
File contains photographic slides documenting the Nova Scotia Agricultural College trip to Jamaica made by Bonnie Waddell, Chief Librarian of the MacRae Library in the 1980's. Slides are of local farming of livestock and various representative fruits of Jamaica.
File contains photographs of residences at Dalhousie University. The photographs show a model of Eliza Ritchie Hall; Eliza Ritchie Hall under construction; students standing in front of Eliza Ritchie Hall; and an unidentified apartment building for married students.
File includes contact information for members of the Upstream Music Association: Bob Bauer, Mark Bursey, Paul Cram, Laura Hoffman, Mike LaLeune, Don Lawrence, Steven Naylor, Jeff Reilly, Ken Rozee, Suzanne Saul, Steve Tittle, and Paul E. Vandall, Jr.
File contains biographies and CVs for the following musicians who performed with, or were part of, the Upstream Ensemble: Karen Young, Bob (Robert) Bauer, Jeff Reilly, Paul Cram, Don (Donald Charles) Palmer, Steven Naylor, Sandy Moore, Tom Roach, Norman Adams, Steve Tittle, and Jerry Granelli.