Series contains posters for concerts by the Halifax Camerata Singers, including those performed with various guest artists and ensembles, including several collaborations with Symphony Nova Scotia. Most of the concerts took place in Halifax, Nova Scotia, with some elsewhere in Nova Scotia, and in Prince Edward Island and Alberta.
Series contains audio reels from the CKDU radio program, Title Waves. This program featured interviews with Canadian authors, predominantly from the Atlantic provinces. It was produced by CKDU radio and aired on The Evening Affair, CKDU's evening public affairs program.
Series contains a three audio reels from a series entitled Growing up Black in Halifax, from CKDU radio 97.5. The series originated from a conversation between Rocky Jones and his daughter, Tracey Jones during Black History Month in February 1989. The series is an interview between Belinda MacFadyen of CKDU radio and Tracey Jones.
Series contains audio reels from the CKDU radio program Idle Reels. Idle Reels was one of the original programs broadcast on CKDU when it began in 1984. The program is made up of approximately 30 minute episodes of experimental sound compositions, which aired at 11:30 pm.
Series contains audio reels from the CKDU radio program, Coast to Coast. Coast to Coast was one of the original programs hosted and broadcast on 97.5 FM in 1984. It was a weekly program provided exposure for local bands.
Series contains several 16 mm film reels containing a film entitled "There Stands Dalhousie," which premiered at an Alumni Association event in 1976. The film contains video of various Dalhousie buildings and individuals, including David Brown, President Henry Hicks, Wilf Creighton, Miss. Metherall, Murray Rankin, Professor Willis, and C.L. Bennet.
This series contains textual records, comprised of newsletters, newspapers, reports, and personal works of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College Alumni Association between 1920-1972. It is arrange into three sub-series: Alumni Newsletters and Newspapers, Reports, and Written Works.
Series contains newsletters, journals, and books published by or regarding the Nova Scotia Agricultural College between 1830-2008. Also featured in this collection are article reprints which feature NSAC staff and faculty. This series is divided into 3 sub-series, magazines and publications, strategic plans, and clippings.
Series consists of materials regarding James Stanley Hillis' student life, including notebooks, a Dalhousie song book, and other textual records.There are also two manuscripts regarding Hillis & Sons Limited.
Series consists of materials regarding educational initiatives and studies made by the Halifax branch of the Engineering Institute of Canada, including papers presented to the Halifax branch of the Engineering Institute of Canada and correspondence.
Series contains records pertaining to the management of the Halifax Camerata Singers, including financial records, correspondence, minutes from meetings of the Board of Directors, and records relating to the plans for each concert season. The records are organized by concert season, starting with the inception of the Camerata Singers in 1986-1987.
Series consists of Judge Peter O'Hearn's records regarding his professional activities and studies in the area of family law, including the Newfoundland Family Law Study, the Child Welfare Act, the Adoption Act, marriage, family courts, divorce and separation. Series contains correspondence, meeting minutes, booklet, newspaper clippings, typescripts, and other textual records.
Series consists of Robert Grant Dexter's records regarding his activities as a production manager and administrator at Neptune Theatre in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Record types includes lists of boards of directors, financial statements and newspaper clippings.
Series consists of correspondence between Ronald Justin Inness and different individuals, including Noel R.P. Bonsor, Ernest D. Brown, W. Kayke Lamb of the Public Archives of Canad, and others, regarding ships and shipping companies.
Series contains materials related to Brian Hall's work and seminars. Written materials include programmes and notices for seminars, protocols, notes taken by Hall at seminars, and Hall's Student Ratings of Instructions (SRIs) for 2006 - 2007.
Series contains manuscripts of published novels, including heavily annotated drafts of Middlewatch and Penumbra. There is also related correspondence, including royalty payments, requests for inclusion in anthologies, and letters of acceptance and rejection.
Series contains materials related to Kerslake’s involvement with organizations or events related to her writing. The organizations represented in the series are the Writer’s Federation of Nova Scotia, the Writer’s Council of Nova Scotia, and CBC. The events represented in this series are the Dalhousie Medical School’s Medicine and the Humanities event, the Maritime Writer’s Workshop, and an Arts Festival.
Series contains materials documenting the administrative functions of Rock Meets Bone. Written materials include correspondence, broadcast schedules, and purchase forms. Related materials include documents from the conference that inspired Rock Meets Bone.
Series consists of Janet M. Eaton's materials regarding her professional involvement with the Canadian Association for Adult Education. Series includes correspondence, reports, clippings, conference programmes, meeting minutes, and other textual records.