- MS-9-47, PB1, Folder 95
MacLean, Murdoch MacKay
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MacLean, Murdoch MacKay
Fonds contains records of the Dalhousie Faculty Association, including administrative correspondence from the DFA's formative years and records documenting the negotiation of their first contract in 1978. There is also an incomplete series of DFA newsletters and committee records.
Dalhousie Faculty Association
Fonds consists of textual records created and accumulated by various groups and organizations within the Institute of Public Affairs.. Records include articles, correspondence, minutes, memos, newspaper and magazine clippings, interviews, field notes, pamphlets and reports. Many of the documents pertain to the internal operations of the IPA.
The fonds also contains research proposals and reports related to energy, community growth, urban and rural development, labour studies, education, economic and industrial development, the medical sector and housing. There is significant work on the health, employment and economic status of African Nova Scotians.
The fonds also contains reference material kept by the IPA in its corporate library, which was used in the research and drafting of various reports.
Dalhousie University. Institute of Public Affairs
The fonds contains copies of programs for operas performed or hosted by the Nova Scotia Opera Association, as well as draft copies of those programs. It also contains business correspondence, annual reports and its notice of incorporation.
Nova Scotia Opera Association.
Fonds contains newsletters, programmes, letters to members, as well as society by-laws.
Atlantic Opera Society.
Accession consists of: correspondence; Harvard University class notes; reports; and certificates of William Andrew MacKay. Includes correspondence with the Canadian Bar Association, Canadian National Commission for Unesco, and the University of Toronto Press.
MacKay, W. Andrew
Item is an account of the Izaak Walton Club of Dalhousie University, written by John G. Aldous in 1984. The account chronicles the fishing trips and other activities of some prominent individuals in Dalhousie's history. The account was compiled by Donald Gordon in 2013.
Aldous, John G.
Collection contains over 55,000 glass plate negatives, film negatives, and prints from the Waldren Studios of New Glasgow and Antigonish, Nova Scotia. The majority of these negatives are portraits, nearly all of which are identified and dated. A number of the portraits represent some of the earliest photos of Black Nova Scotians from Pictou, Antigonish and Guysborough counties. Many of the remaining photos are local scenes, a few of which were taken in New Glasgow before the fire in 1874 which devastated the town. The collection contains photographs that depict show coal mining, shipbuilding and other local industries in action. Portraits of family groups, sports teams, social clubs and school groups are also well represented.
Waldren Photographic Studios
Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited
Collections consists of a typed transcript of a CBC Radio Broadcast titled "Voice of the Pioneer: Norman Archibald MacRae MacKenzie" and the contents of a scrapbook about a bust of MacKenzie at the University of British Columbia.
MacKenzie, Norman Archibald MacRae, Hon.
Collection includes 41 original pen and ink drawings by Arthur Lismer commissioned ca. 1919 by Dalhousie's Centenary Committee to illustrate its history of the university's first century: One hundred years of Dalhousie, 1818–1918, which was published in 1920. The collection includes the original and some unfinished and/or unpublished versions of all but one of the 26 illustrations used in the book, which features historic and contemporary Dalhousie figures and buildings. There are several portraits of President Arthur Stanley Mackenzie, which were rejected in favour of publishing a photographic image, as well as a rough sketch of Lismer's daughter, Marjorie. Also included in the collection are 22 reproductions, which are probably printer's proofs, given the poor quality of the paper.
Twelve of the Lismer images were also reproduced in the booklet titled simply Dalhousie University, which was produced by the Dalhousie Million Committee as part of the promotional literature supporting the university's 1920 Million Dollar Campaign and published shortly after the Centenary Committee's book.
There is little documentary evidence beyond these two publications regarding the precise date or other details of the Lismer commission; one of the drawings is marked "1 March 1920," and another "27 March 1920," on date-received stamps from the engraving department of Rous & Mann, the Toronto company that printed both publications. The existing archival correspondence between the university and the printer (UA-3, Box 621, Folder 6) is from the Million Committee file, and refers only peripherally to the Centenary Committee's book project. A letter dated 24 March 1920 from Rous & Mann advises that the cuts, or illustrations, proposed for use in the campaign booklet were "at present locked up for the printing of the other Book in course of preparation," while later correspondence indicates that the printing and delivery of the campaign booklet gained precedence over the commemorative history, and the first run of these booklets was shipped on 17 April. The history was printed shortly after that, although by 26 May it had already been reprinted, owing to the misspelling of George Stewart Campbell, whose middle name appears in the first printing as "Stuart." The existence of the misprinted copies is due to their purchase at a steep discount by the Million Committee, who wrote: "... if the price were attractive a way might be found to use them."
No correspondence or documents have been found in the Dalhousie University Archives regarding Lismer's actual commission: within the Million Committee's correspondence file exists a single telegram from President Mackenzie to Arthur Lismer, dated 3 April 1920, which expresses a need to rush the printing along with the instruction: "leave layout to your judgement," the sole reference to Lismer's role in either project.
Fonds contains a ledger used by M. A. Buckley, stationer, in 1866-1877.
Buckley, M. A.
Fonds contains a short history of Starr Manufacturing Co. Ltd. and a letter book from the company.
Starr Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
Fonds contains a microfilm reel containing a letter book from MacDonald and Westaway, dated August 2, 1883 to April 10, 1886.
MacDonald and Westaway
Fonds contains the records of Halifax merchant James Fraser, including financial statements (1885-1945); lobster contracts (1885-1892); ledgers (1923-1940); and other records.
Fonds contains the records of H. H. McCurdy and Co., including ledgers (1869-1899); daybooks (1872-1873); and a scrapbook of advertisements (1922-1923).
H. H. McCurdy and Co.
Fonds contains a list of vessels that used the Lunenburg Marine Railway in 1922-1945.
Lunenburg Marine Railway
Fonds contains the records of William Robertson and Son Ltd., including ledgers (1871-1939); ledger cards (1941-1968); invoices (1892-1907, 1942-1968); deeds (1908, 1919); inventories (1941-1967); cash books (1939-1968); sheets from stock books (February 1948); credit notes (1953); delivery slips (1953); price books (1886-1945); text from the dedication of a Celtic memorial cross in memory of William Robertson (1955); a copy of the Robertson family tree; correspondence; shares certificates; catalogues; and other records.
William Robertson and Son Ltd.
Fonds contains a ledger (1829-1833) and a journal (1842-1845) from William and Robert Lawson, merchants in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Fonds contains records documenting the creation and management of Pottersfield Press from its inception in 1978. These include administrative documents such as grant and funding applications and author contracts; correspondence between the managing editor and authors, readers, contract editors and others; editorial records including manuscripts and page proofs; and publicity materials such as catalogues and book reviews.
This photographs includes sitting, Mrs. Harriette Richardson (translator), Lieutenant Governor Tory, Mrs. Tory, Mrs. Taylor; standing, Mr. L.M. Fortier, Mr. Richardson, Chief Justice Harris and Colonel Almon, A.D.C.
Fonds consists of research notes, program notes, annotated copies of sheet music, and programs of performances, used and created by Anthony Pugh in his work as a program note writer. Most of his research and program notes date from his time at the University of New Brunswick (UNB) where, in addition to his duties in the French Department, he worked closely with the UNB and Saint Thomas University Creative Arts Committee, organizing concerts. He also worked as a program note writer for the Atlantic Symphony Orchestra.
Fonds consists of records created for and as a result of the performance activities of the Halifax Camerata Singers. Records include posters and programs from concerts\ and administrative and financial records from the Board of Directors of the not-for-profit society.
Halifax Camerata Singers
Fonds comprises records that illustrate Joan Gilroy's professional life as an educator and a practitioner of social work, with particular reference to feminism and social justice issues in the academy and across the wider community. Record series indicate the scope of her work, encompassing teaching, research and community outreach, while record types include correspondence, memoranda, research and teaching notes, manuscripts, reports, committee minutes and agendas.
Accession includes correspondence, publication material including material used for the Marshall McLuhan manuscript, research material for the C.k. Ogden Bio/Bibliographic Study and editorial work.
Gordon, Terrence W.
This fonds consists of 6 student law notebooks from 1907 to 1909 while Chapman was Dalhousie.
Chapman, Cyril Gilbert Moran
Fonds consists of notebooks created by Hugh Bell during plant-collecting trips around Nova Scotia.
Bell, Hugh Phillip
Fonds contains records of the Faculty of Science at Dalhousie University, including records created in the Dean's Office and by the Department of Psychology, Department of Economics, Department of Chemistry, Department of Earth Sciences, and other units within the faculty.
Dalhousie University. Faculty of Science.
Accession contains architectural sketches and textual documents related to Eliza Ritchie Hall; Storage Facility; Shirreff Hall; Howe Hall; Studley House; Old Management Building (Coburg); Marion McCain Building; Dalplex; Computer Science; Central Services; Glengary; Burbidge; Forrest Building; CRC; Legal Aid; O Building; T Building; U Building; Life Sciences Centre; and National Research Council buildings. The accession also includes original architectural drawings by Adnrew Cobb and proposed campus landscapes by Thomas Mawson.
Fonds consists of information and material relating to courses taught by Hennigar-Shuh and his involvement at Dalhousie University, as well as correspondence, personal writings, and magazine articles relating to his life and work.
Hennigar-Shuh, John Edward
Collection consists of four scrapbooks containing mounted postcards from around the world addressed to or collected by Miss Elliot Miller.
Miller, Elliot Black