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The Reverend William R. Tratt fonds

  • MS-2-198
  • Fonds
  • 1890-1954
Fonds comprises correspondence and personal papers of William R. Tratt and Naomi Tratt (1890-1932). It also contains Herber Tratt's academic records and financial statements (1908-1910), temperance certificates for Gertrude, Wilfred and Elsie Tratt (1931), and Methodist Church Statistical Returns (1915).

Tratt, William R., The Reverend, 1850-1934

Greeting cards, offers of employment, and other documents from Jenny Munday's position as Crake Fellow in Drama

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's position as Crake Fellow in Drama at Mount Allison University. The documents include greeting cards; an invitation to a reception; notes for a speech; a convocation program; and other documents related to the end of Munday's fellowship. The file also contains offers of employment from Mount Allison from 2006 and 2007.

Letters of agreement, readng lists, and other documents about workshops and plays in Drama 2151: Introduction to acting

File contains documents related to workshops and plays that were attended by students in Drama 2151: Introduction to acting, a course at Mount Allison University, taught by Jenny Munday, Crake Fellow in Drama. The documents includes schedules of plays and workshops; printouts of emails about the workshops; reading lists compiled by workshop leaders; blank letters of agreement between workshop leaders and Mount Allison; biographies of workshop leaders; and other documents.

Correspondence from Ron Sutherland about a raise

File contains a letter from Ron Sutherland, Director of Human Resources, Mount Allison University, to Jenny Munday, Crake Fellow in Drama, Mount Allison University, about an increase in Munday's salary.

Programs, articles, and other documents from theatrical productions at Mount Allison University

File contains documents from plays that were put on at Mount Allison University during Jenny Munday's position as Crake Fellow in Drama, including "Work" by James O'Reilly; "What Are You Trying to Say" by Breanna Moore; "Marion Bridge" by Daniel MacIvor; "Salad and Cake" by Sarah Moore and Pamela MacDonald; "Fragments of Recollection"; "Speaking Well of the Dead" by Israel Horovitz; "The Cockroach Trilogy" by Alan Williams"; "Wild Abandon" by Daniel MacIvor; "Salt Water Moon" by Daniel French; and other plays. The documents include programs; posters; newspaper articles; rehearsal schedules; and other documents. The file also contains a script for "Ignorance on Parade"; email printouts and other correspondence between Munday and students or faculty from Mount Allison.

Presentation schedules, articles, and notes about the Open Studio

File contains documents related to The Open Studio, the final presentation of Drama 4901 B: Introduction to Playwriting, a course taught by Jenny Munday, Crake Fellow in Drama, at Mount Allison University. The documents include a newspaper article about the event; presentation schedules; and notes for the presentation.

Photograph of the first conference on Maritime university federation

File contains a photograph taken during the first conference on Maritime university federation, held on July 7, 1922 at the Macdonald Memorial Library at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows J. S. Bagnall; Rev. A. Cohoon; W. P. Copp; F. E. Wheelock; D. A. MacRae; J. E. Read; S. E. Smith; President B. C. Borden; H. Murray; W. M. Tweedie; W. E. Thompson; Major; G. S. Campbell; E. W. Todd; H. P. Jones; H. E. Mahon; Major John Murphy; President A. S. Mackenzie; J. T. Burchell; Senator F. B. Black; President G. B. Cutten; D. Macgillivray; Brother Cornelia; Judge T. S. Rogers; Chief Justice R. E. Harris; Lieutenant Governor M. Grant; Eliza Ritchie; Archbishop C. L. Worrell; H. McInnes; J. A. Walker; C. H. Mitchell; G. F. Pearson; E. C. Whitman; Rev. J. W. McCOnnell; T. W. Murphy; Rev. H. E. Thomas; O. P. Goucher; President T. S. Boyle; Rev. C. W. Rose; and W. W. Judd standing on the front steps of the library.

Correspondence, articles, and other documents from Jenny Munday's position as Crake Fellow in Drama

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's position as Crake Fellow in Drama at Mount Allison University. The documents include greeting cards congratulating Munday on the position; thank you cards from students; posters and flyers about productions at Mount Allison's Windsor Theatre; newspaper articles about the fellowship; email printouts and other correspondence; term schedules; notes from meetings; stage designs; reports by Munday about her work at Mount Allison; and other documents collected by Munday during her fellowship. The file also contains programs; posters; newspaper articles; casting notes; and other documents related to a production of "Running Far Back" by Don Hannah and "Marion Bridge" by Daniel MacIvor, both directed by Jenny Munday.

Applications for the position of Crake Fellow in Drama

File contains documents related to Jenny Munday's unsuccessful applications for the position of Crake Fellow in Drama at Mount Allison University in 2004 and 2005. The documents include Munday's application letters; Munday's curriculum vitae; recommendation letters; letters from Mount Allison; and other documents.

Syllabus, course planning notes, and other documents from Drama 2151: Introduction to acting

File contains documents related to Drama 2151: Introduction to acting, a course at Mount Allison University, taught by Jenny Munday. The documents include a list of plays to attend; a flyer for the Windsor Theatre 2007 season; correspondence about the course; course descriptions; a syllabus; course planning notes and research; notes from class; and other documents.

Photograph of the first conference on Maritime university federation

File contains a photograph taken during the first conference on Maritime university federation, held on July 7, 1922 at the Macdonald Memorial Library at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows J. S. Bagnall; Rev. A. Cohoon; W. P. Copp; F. E. Wheelock; D. A. MacRae; J. E. Read; S. E. Smith; President B. C. Borden; H. Murray; W. M. Tweedie; W. E. Thompson; Major; G. S. Campbell; E. W. Todd; H. P. Jones; H. E. Mahon; Major John Murphy; President A. S. Mackenzie; J. T. Burchell; Senator F. B. Black; President G. B. Cutten; D. Macgillivray; Brother Cornelia; Judge T. S. Rogers; Chief Justice R. E. Harris; Lieutenant Governor M. Grant; Eliza Ritchie; Archbishop C. L. Worrell; H. McInnes; J. A. Walker; C. H. Mitchell; G. F. Pearson; E. C. Whitman; Rev. J. W. McConnell; T. W. Murphy; Rev. H. E. Thomas; O. P. Goucher; President T. S. Boyle; Rev. C. W. Rose; and W. W. Judd standing on the front steps of the library.

Programs, biographies, and other documents from a reading of "Memories of you"

File contains documents from a reading of "Memories of You" at Mount Allison University. Jenny Munday read the role of Elizabeth. The documents include notes about payment; correspondence and email printouts; a bibliography; biographical information about Elizabeth Smart; programs; and a script of the play with notes.

Crake Fellow in Drama at Mount Allison University

Series contains documents related to Jenny Munday's time as Crake Fellow in Drama at Mount Allison University. The series includes correspondence, applications, contracts, and other records from the fellowship. The series also includes records from theatre courses taught by Munday at Mount Allison during her fellowship.

Application for the position of Crake Fellow in Drama

File contains Jenny Munday's application for the position of Crake Fellow in Drama at Mount Allison University in 2006. The documents include correspondence from Munday and Alex Fancy, Director of Drama; Munday's curriculum vitae; and printouts of an email to Munday from Mark Blagrave.

Notes from Drama 4901: Introduction to playwriting

File contains notes taken by Jenny Munday, Crake Fellow in Drama at Mount Allison University, while teaching Drama 4901: Introduction to Playwriting. The notes are handwritten in a notebook with a blue cover.