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Dalhousie Theatre : Moliere

File contains sixteen watercolour and gouache sketches of costume designs for Dalhousie Theatre's production of Moliere. A collection of handwritten notes about the costumes is also included.

Dalhousie Theatre : Mandragola

File contains nine costume designs for Dalhousie Theatre's production of Mandragola. The sketches show many mask designs for characters from the production as well as some full-body costume designs.

Dalhousie Theatre : Mary Stuart

File contains three pencil sketches of costume designs for Dalhousie Theatre's production of Mary Stuart. The sketches have been torn from a spiral bound notebook.

Promotional materials

Subseries contains records relating to the promotional, fundraising, sponsorship, and marketing activities of the Upstream Music Association. Records include membership advertisements and surveys, correspondence with media outlets, and information brochures about the organization.

Lectures given at Dalhousie

Subseries contains materials related to Brian Hall's lectures given at Dalhousie University and the University of King's College.

Ronald St. John Macdonald’s correspondence by recipient

Subseries contains Ronald St. John Macdonald's correspondence with different individuals and organizations, including A. Donat Pharand, J. Alan Beesley, Bozidar Bokatic, Charles B. Bourne, Donald A. Kerr, Donald McInnes, Douglas M. Johnston, Edgar Gold, Elisabeth Mann Borgese, Gerald L. Morris, Ivan Leigh Head, John P. Humphrey, John King Gamble Jr., Leslie C. Green, Maxwell Cohen, Wang Tieya, the Canadian Department of External Affairs, the Council of Europe, and others, regarding a wide range of subjects.

Correspondence by subject

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.

Ronald St. John Macdonald’s photographs

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.

Ronald St. John Macdonald’s correspondence by decades

Subseries contains Ronald St. John Macdonald's correspondence with different individuals, including John Holmes, Paul Martin, Maxwell Cohen, Roland Michener, D.W. Fulford, Donald S. Macdonald, Charles B. Bourne. Christine Boyle, Donald E. Buckingham, David R. Chipman, Innis Christie, H.C. Charles, George F. Curtis, Audrey Davis, L.C. Green, and others, regarding a wide range of subjects.

Nasca lines

Subseries contains the conductor’s score, instrumental, and vocal parts used for the premiere performance of Nasca Lines by Barry Guy. Nasca Lines is a one-hour, seven-part work that was commissioned by the Upstream Ensemble and premiered in collaboration with the Symphony Nova Scotia on June 3, 2001 at the Scotia Festival with conductor and composer, Barry Guy.

The composition is named after and inspired by the geoglyphs in the Nazca Desert, Peru, which include outlines of animals and various geometric shapes. Graphical representations of a selection of these geoglyphs are used in the graphic notation of this score, particularly in parts 3 and 7.

Nasca Lines is an atonal work that uses a combination of composed material, based on tone rows and pitch class sets, and guided improvisation. There are twenty instrumental parts and one vocal part.

Canadian Council on International Law

Subseries consists of Ronald St. John Macdonald's records regarding his involvement with the Canadian Council on International Law. Subseries contains conference lists, conference proceedings, bulletins, correspondence, meeting minutes, administrative records, and other materials.

Republic of Cyprus

Subseries consists of Ronald St. John Macdonald's records regarding his consultation work for the Republic of Cyprus. Subseries contains a draft constitution for the Federal Republic of Cyprus, bulletins, newspaper clippings, reports, and other materials.

Ronald St. John Macdonald’s Dalhousie University records

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.

United Nations

Subseries consists of Ronald St. John Macdonald's records regarding his involvement with the United Nations. Subseries contains reports, meeting minutes, correspondence, press releases, and other materials.

Pharos

Subseries contains yearbooks published by Dalhousie University students between 1927 and 1998. From 1929 onward, the yearbooks were printed under the title Pharos, a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria.

Dalhousie Theatre : The Lucky Chance

File contains thirteen watercolour sketches of costume designs for Dalhousie Theatre's 1994 production of the Lucky Chance. Each sketch shows a costume design for one character from the performance. Three of the sketches are covered by a clear plastic sheet which is attached on all four sides with masking tape.

Dalhousie Theatre : The Trojan Women

File contains fifteen costume design for Dalhousie Theatre's 1992 production of The Trojan Women. Twelve of the designs are watercolour sketches and three are pencil sketches.

Women's Health Educational Network

Sub-series consists of materials from the Women's Health Education Network Conference [WHEN] 1989, 1992, 1993, and materials from the WHEN 11th annual conference.

Finished episodes

Sub-Series includes the digital audio files of the finished episodes aired on Rock Meets Bone. Episodes include and introduction and conclusion narrated by Brain Guns, and interviews, performances, or music created by the artist. Sub-Series also includes one digital audio file from CBC's Atlantic Airwaves detailing the story of Rock Meets Bone.
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