Fonds consists of Peter O'Hearn's records regarding his professional activities and studies in criminal and family law. Record types include meeting minutes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, booklet, typescripts, and other textual records.
Series consists of Judge Peter O'Hearn's records regarding his professional activities and studies around criminal law, including regarding the Motor Vehicle Act, bigamy, drugs, impaired driving, lotteries, homicide, and corruption. Series contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, typescripts, and other textual records.
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.
Fonds comprises a history of Nova Scotian physicians compiled by Alexander Mackenzie in 1950. There is also a scrapbook, correspondence, papers, published articles, and a history of Camp Hill Hospital in Halifax.
This item contains a letter to Dr. Melville Cumming from Keiler Mackay, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario written in May 25th, 1960. It writes about John Macrae’s role in WWI as Gunner of the Canadian Field Artillery and as a Medical Doctor in the Canadian Medical Unit. Attached to the is a newspaper clipping of Macrae’s poem “In Flanders Field"
File contains a Public Schools of Nova Scotia head master certificate, report cards, a letter sent to Margaret Jane, a poem titled "The Mother," newspaper clippings regarding Margaret Jane's death, and a photograph of Margaret Jane in which she appears to be between 20-30 years old.
File contains reports from Research Associates regarding effect of radiation testing in Debert, Nova Scotia. File also contains photocopies of newspaper articles regarding play by Nuclear Ghost people and Voice of Women Nova Scotia.
File contains a program for a concert by Symphony Nova Scotia, the Halifax Camerata Singers and the Cantabile Singers of Truro, conducted by Georg Tintner with Jeff Joudrey as the choral director. The file also contains a newspaper clipping of a review of the concert.
Item is a clipping of an article by Patricia Doyle about being a Mi'kmaw woman in the education system. The article appeared on page 7 of the January 1991 issue of "Pandora." An Eye Level Gallery advertisement for the exhibition "I loved the piece with the large type on the grass" and an advertisement for Swaha! Bodywork also appear on the page.
Item is a minute book of the Dalhousie-King's Faculty Teas Standing Committee. The book includes entries from 1938-10-11 to 1950-11-14. The book contains meeting minutes, reports, and some newspaper clippings.
File contains the sheet music for a song by Paul Heinrich with words by Dr. Charles H. Baltzer (published in 1910). The front cover is autographed by Baltzer and a note on the last page indicates that it was sent from Baltzer of Middleton, Nova Scotia. The file also includes 7 poems by Baltzer (not set to music): "Charity," "Apostrophe to the Sun," "The Tree," "To Next Summer,""A Bachelor's Lament,""Frost Ere Roses," and "Greed." Some of the poems are from newspaper clippings and others indicate that they were published in the Halifax Chronicle and the Halifax Herald.
File contains a program and newspaper clippings from a Nova Scotian concert tour by the Halifax Camerata Singers, which included performances in Truro, River Denys Mountain, Annapolis Royal, Amherst, New Glasgow, Liverpool, and Yarmouth.
This file contains 4 textual records, comprised of photocopies of newspaper clippings and its original template regarding the NSAC graduating class of 1913. Originals are preserved together in a separate envelope from the photocopies.