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Dalhousie University Archives Subseries
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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.

Faculty of Graduate Studies calendars

Subseries contains of the academic calendars for the 1949/1950-2014/2015. sessions of Dalhousie University Faculty of Graduate Studies. The course of instruction, degree requirements, fees, awards, and scholarship opportunities are outlined. Some issues are missing.

Faculty of Pure and Applied Science calendars

Subseries contains the academic calendars for the 1903/1904-1904/1905 sessions of Dalhousie University Faculty of Pure and Applied Science calendar of the School of Mining and Metallurgy. The course of instruction, degree requirements, fees, awards, and scholarship opportunities are outlined.

School of Nursing calendars

Subseries contains the academic calendars for the 1958/1959-1960/1961 sessions of Dalhousie University School of Nursing. The course of instruction, degree requirements, fees, awards, and scholarship opportunities are outlined.

Faculty of Dentistry calendars

Subseries contains the academic calendars for the 1908/1909-1969/1970 sessions of Dalhousie University Faculty of Dentistrey. The course of instruction, degree requirements, fees, awards, and scholarship opportunities are outlined.

Faculty of Law calendars

Subseries contains the academic calendars for the 1883/1884-1924/1925, 1959/1960-1969/1070, and 1980/1981-1987/1988 sessions of Dalhousie University Faculty of Law. The course of instruction, degree requirements, fees, awards, and scholarship opportunities are outlined.

The Backbenchers

Subseries consists of draft scripts for the Canadian radio drama "Backbenchers" written by Wendy Lill; Ed Thomason and Dave Carley

Manuscripts and published works by Owl's Head Press

Subseries contains partial and full annotated drafts, photographs, and published works by Owl's Head Press, including Jonathan Wright's "After the Image," Robert Bly's "Ten Poems of Francis Ponge Translated by Robert Bly & Ten Poems by Robert Bly Inspired by the Poems of Francis Ponge," Leigh Faulkner's "Where the Fields End," and Edward Gates' "The Guest Touches Only Those Who Prepare."

H. McInnes' 1921 correspondence

Subseries includes correspondence and telegraphs between H. McInnes and the Naval and Military Magazine, the Office of the Prime Minister, and the National Liberal-Conservative Party, and regarding topics such as tariffs and Jewish immigrants.
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