Includes Allen, H. (1970); Barkley, M. (1971-1972); Demers, J-M (1971); Donovan, G. (1970); Glasgow, J.F. (1970); Goodfellow, W.R.E. (1971-1972); Jarvis, E.G. (1971); Juneau, P.L. (1971-1972); Langille, D. (1972); Lauder, R.E. (1970); Lefebvre, G.R. (1971); MacKinnon, G. (1973); The Mail-Star (1971); Morry, L. (1972); O'Brien, A. (1971); Thornhill, R. (1971).
Includes McCleave, R.J. (1976); MacKinnon, K (1976); Mackintosh, D. (1976); MacLean, D (1976); Pratt, R. (1976); Pross, A.P. (1974); Relyea, H.C. (1976); Riley, T. (1976); White, J. (1976); Rock, P. (1977); Smiley, M. (1976); Wakefield, I.S. (1976); Wood, K.S. (1975); Wood, W.A. (1977).
Includes Chretien, J. (1978); Consumers Ass'n (ca.1978); Delaney, T. (1978); Financial Times (1978); Harvie, E. (1975-1976); Macdonald, D. (1977); Palmer, A.L. (1978); Stanfield, R.L. (1972); Turnbull, W. (1975); Vallieres, L.Y. (1978) .
Fonds consists of newsletters and poetry publications from 1971-1979. Most of the publications feature poetry written by Velma Brown, but a number of other authors are also featured, including Sidney M. Parker, known as the blind poet of Truro, Nova Scotia.
File contains a scrapbook documenting Helen Arnell's student life at Dalhousie University from 1907-1911, including her BA diploma. The file also contains her 1905-1906 class pin from the Halifax Academy and her Dalhousie class pins from 1911.
Item is a glass plate of a drawing of Rev. Thomas McCulloch, D.D. The drawing by Arthur Lismer itself is based on a painting of McCulloch by Daniel Munro. The drawing was commissioned and used for history books on Dalhousie University, like One hundred years of Dalhousie 1818-1918 (1920), and Daniel Cobb Harvey's, An introduction to the history of Dalhousie (1938).
Item is a letter concerning Thomas McCulloch's donation of a North American insect specimen (from Nova Scotia) to the University of Edinburgh, via Professor Jameson, for the university's museum. The letter discusses Nova Scotia's Scottish connections, Presbyterian religion, the Pictou Academy, and the advocates for the conference of honorary degrees on the Honourable Sampson Salter Blowers, the Chief Justice of Nova Scotia; the Honourable James Stewart; and the Honourable Brenton Halyburton.
File contains a copy of a resolution passed by the Senate of Dalhousie College upon the death of Thomas McCulloch. The resolution, which expresses the Senate's respect and esteem for McCulloch, is signed by James Ross, Principal of Dalhousie College, and Charles MacDonald, Secretary to the Senate.