File contains correspondence with Janet and Joyce Barkhouse about making an audio book version of Pit Pony. The file includes pricing for the book, sales, an agreement, and a photograph of Joyce Barkhouse with the book, and a newspaper clipping. The file also includes correspondence relating to a song by Rosalee Peppard written for Joyce Barkhouse.
Fonds contains manuscripts and typescripts (print and electronic), drafts, page proofs, illustrations, digital photographs, and published copies of the novels, scripts, and short stories written by Donna Morrissey. It also contains e-mail and printed correspondence, press material and book reviews, and resource material from a workshop.
File contains newspaper clippings and printouts from websites. Included are obituaries from the Chronicle Herald, The Lunenburg County Progress Bulletin, Globe and Mail, The Canadian Press, and Toronto News.
File contains records relating to Joyce Barkhouse's appointment to the Order of Canada, including congratulations cards, photographs from the event, the invitation, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and programs.
File contains the script for the play by Frederick H. Thury, adapted from the children's book of the same name by Joyce Barkhouse and Margaret Atwood. The file also contains newspaper clippings and correspondence related to the play.
File includes a letter to children's author Claire MacKay and copies of publications that include stories by Joyce Barkhouse, including Hi Venture magazine and the Canadian Children's Literature journal. The file also includes photographs of Blomidon, King's County, Nova Scotia and the Town of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, in addition to copies of poems, birthday invitations, an edited biography of Joyce Barkhouse from the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia website, and family history documents.
File contains written histories of various uses and publications of books by Joyce Barkhouse, termination and publication agreements, correspondence, and some photocopied newspaper clippings of reviews. Books referenced in this file include: The Witch of Port LaJoye, A Name for Himself: A Biography of Thomas Head Raddall, Yesterday's Children, George Dawson, The Little Giant (originally called The Little Doctor), Anna's Pet (with Margaret Atwood), and Smallest Rabbit. The file also includes the brochure for an exhibit at the Mary E. Black Gallery by the Nova Scotia Centre for Craft and Design of "The Lorenzen Pottery, Ernst and Alma Lorenzen: Contributions to Nova Scotia Craft Since 1949."
File contains a photocopy of a newspaper article about a story written by Joyce Barkhouse for the New York Times entitled "In Nova Scotia, Mushrooms to Go," which was about Alma and Ernst Lorenzen of Lantz and their collection of ceramic Nova Scotian mushrooms.
File contains correspondence, invitations to the ceremony, programs, congratulations cards, newspaper clippings about the event, and the agenda for the ceremony. The file also contains three photographs of Joyce Barkhouse and others in attendance.
This fonds contains minute books of meetings from 1946-1972, three filed employee grievances ( Janette Roy, Thelma Burgess, and Helen Haskem), conciliation board submissions and papers, arbitration board submissions and papers, reference material including newspaper clippings and miscellaneous reference material. The miscellaneous reference file contains receipts, an application for membership with the United Textile Workers of America, an efficiency report for 1969, and a record of proceedings and decision of board referees. As well this fonds includes collective agreements from 1948-1973, and miscellaneous correspondence.
File contains correspondence between J. Gordon Duff and Dr. A. Whitney Matthews, as well as correspondence between Duff and Dr. A. Tingley, Alice Morre, and other series of letters between Matthews and Dean G.A. Burbidge of the Maritime of College of Pharmacy. File also contains convocation addresses by Matthews, as well as newspaper articles.
File contains correspondence between Joyce Barkhouse and the Formac Publishing Company about the reprint of the Pit Pony. The file includes emails about the illustrations and the movie, royalty statements, a copy of a proposed illustration, Amazon reviews of the book, and a newspaper clipping of Maclean's bestseller list.
File contains newspaper clippings about the cancellation of the Pit Pony TV series and efforts to safe the the wharf in Harbourville, Nova Scotia, attached to a letter sent from Joyce Barkhouse to her sister. The file also contains a poster for the Pit Pony audio book, narrated by Richard Donat.
File contains a number of photocopies of articles pertaining to Nova Scotian pharmaceutical history from periodicals such as the Canadian Pharmaceutical Journal, the Pharmaceutical Journal and Gazette, Drug Merchandising, Canadian Druggist, the Liverpool [Advance], and Druggists' Weekly.
File contains photocopies and type copies of articles pertaining to the history of pharmacy in Canada from periodicals such as the Canadian Pharmaceutical Journal, Druggists' Weekly, Montreal Pharmaceutical Journal, and the Canadian Druggist. File also contains a report by H.H. Gaetz from 1922 on pharmaceutical education.
File contains miscellaneous articles from the Canadian Pharmaceutical Journal, the Druggists' Weekly, and the Pharmaceutical Journal and Gazette. The of the articles deal with Professor E.B. Shuttlewoth, founder and once editor of the Canadian Pharmaceutical Journal. Other articles deal with topics such as the founding of the Canadian Pharmaceutical Association, as well as druggist John A. Barr.