Item is an inaugural lecture delivered by chemistry professor George Lawson at the opening of the third summer session of Dalhousie College's medical faculty. The lecture has been transcribed and published in pamphlet form.
Item is an article about George Urquhart Hill published in the Carleton Place Canadian on December 11, 1958. Hill was a decorated fighter pilot with the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War Two and enrolled in medicine at Dalhousie University after the war. He graduated in 1950 and practiced family medicine in Ontario.
File contains 11 reports, papers, and proposals, regarding child welfare and group homes in Nova Scotia, drafted between 1969 and 1974, and written (or contributed to by) Alexander John Murchison. The reports were prepared by the committees of the Atlantic Child Guidance Centre and the Children's Aid Society of Halifax, upon which Murchison served and contributed.
Item consists of the fourth draft of an Atlantic Child Guidance Centre position paper, dated August 31, 1972, prepared by the Atlantic Child Guidance Centre Policy Committtee (Dr. Alexander Murchison, Dr. G. Gordon, Norris Turner, Paul Norton, Dr. S. Bijoor, and Everett Harris). The item is addressed to "all Atlantic Child Guidance Centre staff for comment" before final submission, and has the goal of ensuring that "adolescents [...] not be forgotten either in terms of bureaucratic strucutre or in terms of submergence in adult designed and orientated programs", and that they "require advocates" to ensure that any public health legislation does not overlook the needs of those who are "underage [... in a] largely adult orientated society".
Item consists of a later draft of group home development proposal compiled by the Alexander Murchison (and others) for the Group Home Advisory Committee, Children's Aid Society of Halifax, dated March 9, 1973. The committee consisted of Dr. Murchison, Ron Smith, Pat Corkery, T. Daley, Mrs. Cleveland, Father O'Neil and John Letkeman. The purpose of the document is "to recommend proposals relative to the development of group homes by the Children's Aid Society of Halifax".
Item consists of an early draft of a "Group home development proposal" compiled by the Alexander Murchison (and others) for the Group Home Advisory Committee, Children's Aid Society of Halifax, dated March 5, 1973. The committee consisted of Dr. Murchison (chairman), Ron Smith, Pat Corkery, T. Daley, Mrs. Cleveland, and Father O'Neil. The purpose of the document is "to recommend proposals relative to the development of group homes by the Children's Aid Society of Halifax". Item also contains handwritten inked marginal notes and corrections.
Item consists of a draft typescript of a brief to be submitted to the Commission of Special Protection Services compiled by Dr. Alexander Murchison (and others) for the Children's Aid Society of Halifax, and was presented on May 29, 1972. Item consists of a report compiled for the purpose of stressing the importance of examining the "very fine line [...] between delinquent behavior resulting in direct Court Action under the Juvenile Delinquents Act and the behavior exhibited by a child in need of protection as defined in the Child Welfare Act" and making best practice recommendations, when determining foster home placements resulting from Family Court cases regarding child welfare and juvenile delinquency. Item also contains an appendix of three anonymous case studies from the Shelburne region. Item also contains a few penciled corrections.
Item consists of the final draft of a brief compiled by Dr. Alexander Murchison (and others) on an ad hoc committee under the chairmanship of Dr. Sylvia Keet, prepared for Premier Gerald Regan and his ministers, in April 1971. The subject of this item is "the need for [the] establishment of residential treatment centres for disturbed adolescents in Nova Scotia". The committee received support from Mr. Andrew Crook (Canadian Mental Health) and Mr. Tim Daley (Children's Aid Society and Department of Public Welfare". The data was initially collected by Mrs. Elaine Fraser in April 1970 when she was a student at the Maritime School of Social Work, and the final analysis was conducted by students of that school under the direction of Mr. Frank Winters.
Item consists of a draft typescript of a short paper outlining research regarding solvent inhalation addiction compiled by Dr. Alexander Murchison in February 1969. The item lists the substances most often used, outlines the "usual procedure" for inhaling solvents, addresses initial results and subsequent side-effects faced by those who engage in solvent inhalation, as well as determining the sort of person who may be susceptible to engaging in solvent inhalation.
File contains papers collected by Nelson Pratt while he was a medical student at the Halifax Medical College and Dalhousie University's Medical Faculty. The papers include registration receipts; medical examination certificates; certificates of class attendance; certificates from the Provincial Medial Board; and other letters and certificates certifying that Pratt completed certain parts of his medical training. The file also contains letters and receipts related to purchases made by Pratt.
File contains student tickets collected by Nelson Pratt while he was a medical student at Dalhousie University's Medical Faculty. The tickets include examination certificates, registration tickets, and and similar items.
Fonds consists of certificates awarded by the Provincial Medical Board of Nova Scotia and Dalhousie College and University. There are several student tickets from various Halifax institutions included in the fonds.
File contains ten student registration and matriculation tickets presented to Arthur Charles Hawkins, pertaining to his enrollment and attendance in the 1881-1882 session at the Halifax Medical College, Dalhousie College and University, and Provincial and City Hospital. The tickets relate to the following courses: Physiology (instructor: John Somers), Clinical Surgery (instructors: Edward Farrell and John F. Black), Practical Anatomy (instructors: D.A. Campbell and A.W.H. Lindsay; with notes on dissection of extremities to verso), Chemistry (instructor: George Lawson), Anatomy (instructor: George Sinclair), Materia Medica (instructor: John F. Black), and Botany (instructor: Benjamin G. Page), as well as other tickets related to his medical education.
File contains 12 student tickets (and other documents) presented to Arthur Charles Hawkins, pertaining to his enrollment and attendance in the 1882-1883 session at the Halifax Medical College, Dalhousie College and University, and Provincial and City Hospital. The tickets relate to the following courses: Materia Medica (instructor: John F. Black), Physiology (instructor: John Somers), Practical Anatomy (instructors: D.A. Campbell and A.W.H. Lindsay), Practical Chemistry (instructor: W.H. Waddell), Chemistry (instructor: George Lawson), Clinical Medicine (instructors: Alexander P. Reid and Archibald Lawson), Practical Pharmacy (instructors: C.E. Puttner and D. DeW. Harrington), and Anatomy (instructor: George Sinclair) as well as other tickets (matriculation, library) related to his medical education.
File contains seven student tickets (and other documents) presented to Arthur Charles Hawkins, largely pertaining to his enrollment and attendance in the 1883-1884 session at the Halifax Medical College, Dalhousie College and University, and Provincial and City Hospital. The tickets relate to the following courses: Clinical Medicine (instructors: A.P. [Alexander] Reid and John Somers); Surgery (instructor: W.E. [Edward] Farrell); and Clinical Surgery (instructors: W.E. [Edward] Farrell and J.F. [John] Black); and a students' ticket for Provincial and City Hospital authorized by Andrew J. Cowie and Edward Farrell. File also contains a Dalhousie College registration ticket for the 1885-86 session (authorized by John Forrest, Principal) and an incomplete ticket for a German course (also in the 1885-86 session), and a library ticket (for the 1881-82 session) authorized by James Ross.
MS-13-66, OS Box 2, Folders 12-13 ; SF Box 79, Folders 10-22 ; SF Box 80, Folder 1
Fonds consists of a certificate, diploma, a Dalhousie song book (ca. 1912/1913), photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, election paraphernalia, invoices, and speeches made to the Nova Scotia Legislature.
Fonds consists of correspondence in association with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia and correspondence regarding his involvement with the Provincial Medical Board. Other papers include financial records, miscellaneous publications, and personal notes. The fonds includes records from his years at Dalhousie University, including student information.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1907 Dalhousie University Medical Faculty and Class. The photograph consists of portraits of G. M. Campbell; D. A. Campbell; A. W. H. Lindsay; N. F. Cunningham; L. M. Silver; M. Chisholm; M. A. Curry; W. H. Hattie; N. E. MacKay; H. D. Chisholm; P. McF. Carter; J. MacDonald; B. A. LeBlanc; and R. O. Shatford arranged around photographs of exteriors of the Forrest Building and two other buildings.
Fonds contains the personal papers, photographs, and sound recordings of Barbara Hinds. The personal papers mostly consist of research material, drafts of articles, and newspaper clippings of articles related to Barbara Hinds' journalism career, but also include correspondence, research notes, diaries, maps, and manuscripts. The sound recordings were mostly created during Barbara Hinds' travels in the Canadian arctic and include several interviews. The photographs include prints, slides, negatives, and proof sheets, and were mostly taken in the Canadian arctic but also include research material and personal photographs.
File contains three copies of a news release from the office of the dean of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine. The news release is titled "The Tragedy of Huntington's Disease." The file also contains four pages of rough handwritten notes.
File contains a cassette tape recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Dr. John Szerb, a doctor from the Physiology Department at Dalhousie Medical School. The interview is about the effect of drugs on the bain in the late 1940's in Hungary. This is the first interview in a series of four. The file also contains a typed script of the intro and outro of the interview.
File contains a cassette tape recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Dr. Barry Ross, the head of the Department of Dermatology at the Dalhousie Medical School. This is the second in a series of four interviews. The file also contains a typed script of the intro and outro of the interview.
File contains a typed filmscript written by Hinds for the Dalhousie Medical School; a list of shots for the film; a document called "Medical Training and Research in Canada's Maritimes" with a handwritten note that says "script from 'old' film"; and a memorandum from Dr. R. Wayne Putnam to Madonna MacDonald about the medical school videotape.
File contains correspondence with Derek Mann; J. D. Hatcher; Robbie Shaw; Kingsley Brown; Peter C. Gordon; and Roselle Green. The file also includes a document about the information office at Dalhousie University; a statement of public relation philosophy adopted by Dalhousie University; a document called "The Crisis in Medical Research at Dalhousie University"; a photocopy of "Media Impact: A Quick Look Inside"; and a booklet by Derek Mann called "An ounce of PRevention: universities and public relations." The documents in this file are all related to Barbara Hinds' employment at the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine
File contains cutlines written by Barbara Hinds for the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine and a letter from Hinds to Ms. Wood. The cutlines were sent to Ms. Wood along with the corresponding photographs, which are not included in the file.
File is a research file about the connection between pesticides and Reye's syndrome, a rare childhood disease that was researched at Dalhousie. The research material includes newspaper clippings about Reye's Syndrome research and spruce budworm spraying, by Barbara Hinds and others; correspondence from Robyn Warren, J. Gordon Ogden, and others; handwritten notes; photocopies of scholarly articles about congenital and genetic disease; typed drafts; and a transcript of an interview with Robyn Warren.
File contains mailing information for magazines, schools, associations, and other organizations who requested to be on the mailing list for press releases from the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine. Most of the information is in the form of correspondence from the organizations about changes of address. The correspondence includes letters from Sharon Acker; the American College of Surgeons; Atlantic Community Newspapers Association; the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation; Le Courrier médical; The Daily Gleaner; Dartmouth Free Press Limited; Future Health; IMS Communications Ltd; The Medical Business Journal; The Medical Post; Austin Rand; Reader's Digest Magazines Limited; Saturday Night; Self; Trimel Communications Inc.; Williams & Wilkins; and World Book, Inc.
File contains a photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine Research and Development Foundation on January 25, 1979. The photograph shows R. A. Cluney; J. J. Kinley; B. G. Irwin; B. A. Hinds; A. Balders; J. D. Hatcher (Dean); R. C. Gordon; E. Spafford; G. F. Hughes; W. M. Sobey; and H. R. Cohen sitting around a table in a board room.
File contains a photograph of the set of a live television series produced by Barbara Hinds for the Dalhousie Medical School. The photograph shows four men sitting in front of a backdrop that reads "Lung Disease and Smoking" and "In Sickness and in Health," and Barbara Hinds and an unidentified woman sitting off to the side.
File contains J. Frank McMahon's registration tickets for the Halifax Medical College (Dalhousie College and University Medical Faculty) and his attendance/examination cards for Anatomy, Materia Medica, Practical Anatomy, Histology, Physiology, Botany, and Chemistry. The cards are printed on several different colours of heavy card and are held in a small black leather-bound folder.
Fonds comprises diaries and correspondence written during MacDonald's time in service and include letters to his parents and siblings sent from training camps in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island and Aldershot, England, as well as Belgium. Transcriptions of this material were written by Mrs. I.M. Parfitt (Margaret MacDonald's daughter); these are annotated and include notes on the family and draft sections of a family biography. Also included in the fonds are letters from Willie H. Cameron to his cousin, Margaret MacDonald, written in 1918 from Halifax and Camp Bramshott, Surrey.