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Dalhousie University Archives Series
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Match Love

Series contains six typescripts and one manuscript of Match Love, a play by Catherine Banks.

Rilla-my-Rilla

Series contains records for a play manuscript by Catherine Banks based on L.M. Montgomery's Rilla of Ingleside.

Scripts

This series contains scripts both produced and considered for production by Upstart Theatre.

Personnel

Series includes information on Eyelevel Gallery's directors, staff, membership, and volunteers.

Dalhousie Theatre Department administration

The Dalhousie Theatre Department administration series contains records related to the operations of the Dalhousie Theatre Department. The types of records included here are correspondence, memos, reports, notes, and meeting minutes and agendas.

Resource materials

This series contains resource materials used for teaching. Types of records included here are scripts, videocassettes, audio cassettes, course exercises, and articles regarding theatre and theory.

Financial records of Eyelevel Gallery

Series represents the financial activities of Eyelevel Gallery and reflects how the Gallery has obtained financial support from funding bodies at national, provincial, and municipal levels of government. Included are grant applications for operating assistance, exhibitions, publications, employment programs, financial statements, budgets, and documentation of fundraising activities.

Posters

Series contains promotional posters for productions with which David Renton was associated. Series also contains two painted costume designs.

The Neptune Story

The series consists of correspondence relating both to research for and publication of the book, research notes, and interviews recorded on audio cassette regarding the history of Neptune Theatre, collected for the writing of The Neptune Story: Twenty-Five Years in the Life of a Leading Canadian Theatre ; photographs, messages, and tributes to Neptune Theatre included in the published work, can also be found here. As well, the series contains minutes of the meetings of the 25th Anniversary Committee of Neptune Theatre (of which Perkyns was a member), a draft copy of The Neptune Story , newspaper clippings, congratulatory notes, and a speech given at the book launch in 1989.

Newspaper clippings and reviews

This series contains newspaper clippings and reviews pertaining to the various productions put on at Theatre 1707 as well as newspaper clippings pertaining to the theatre in general.

Damage Done: The Drug War Odyssey/Drug Warrior

Series consists of records documenting the administrative, creative, financial, legal, production, and publicity and marketing activities of this project. Directed by Connie Littlefield, Damage Done was a documentary co-produced with the National Film Board of Canada. It featured interviews with current and former members of law enforcement who disagreed with the way in which the illegal drugs trade was policed and prosecuted. This series contains agreements, applications, budget materials, a crew list, a credit roll, film festival and awards documents, financing schedules, press clippings, a marketing plan, publicity clips, stock footage, interviews, reference materials, and video and audio recordings.

Big Top Under a Northern Sky

Series consists of records documenting the creative, financial, and production activities of this project. The project was a potential documentary on the history of circuses in Canada that was pitched to the CBC as a one-hour documentary or a documentary series. This series contains background information, interviews, video recordings, a proposal, the CBC pitch and feedback.

The Can

Series consists of records documenting the administrative, creative, financial, and legal activities of this project. The project was a potential television sitcom that was pitched to the CBC and was to focus on accountants and auditors working for Revenue Canada. This series contains agreements, budget development working papers, a cast list, correspondence, funding applications, scripts, and storylines.

Personal papers of David Renton

Series contains information about individual actors, Renton's administrative contributions to organizing the 1987 Canada Games and the 1990 World Figure Skating Championships, conferences and workshops, festivals and showcases, Neptune Theatre, Nova Scotia Drama League, Portus Theatre Productions, theatre companies and university theatre departments, and committees, associations, and unions to which Renton belonged. Also included are clippings and publications (primarily theatre- and film-related), financial records and grant applications, memorabilia, production-related materials, programs and invitations, school-related materials, and contracts, resumes, and awards.

Royal Institution

This sous-fond contains a series of documents related to the Royal Institution of Great Britain including notices of meetings, meeting minutes, and ballot lists as well as a royal act increasing the powers of the institution. The papers include two bound journals of Dinwiddie's notes on lectures given at the institution on topics ranging from astronomy, chemistry, and biology.

Dalhousie University

Series consists of academic and administrative records, correspondence, publications, drafts, and reports from Elisabeth Mann Borgese's time at Dalhousie University. Borgese first came to Dalhousie University in 1978 as a Killam Fellow at the Center for Foreign Policy Studies, where she worked on a number of ocean-related projects. She later became a professor in the Department of Political Science, where her duties included thesis supervision, research, and teaching.

General Manager

Series primarily consists of correspondence, both incoming and outgoing, pertaining to Neptune General Managers.

Organizations

Series includes bulletins, reports, minutes, correspondence, surveys, memorandums, applications, contracts, and proposals.

Personnel

Series is composed of resumes, contracts, and correspondence pertaining to Neptune personnel.

Neptune Theatre Committees

Records included in this series are: program and financial information on Neptune; strategic plans; meeting agendas and minutes from the Board of Directors, the Executive Committee and the Annual General meeting as well as various other committees; correspondence from the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee; lists of board members, reports, a constitution and bylaws, and Young Presidents' Organization information.

I Am the Walrus

Series consists of records documenting the creative activities of this project. The project was a potential feature film about a group of friends who fight their way out of their lower-class beginnings. This series contains the script.

For Better or For Worse

Series consists of records documenting the administrative, creative, financial, legal, production, and publicity and marketing activities of this project. This animated series for television presents a humourous, incisive, and endearing portrayal of a modern suburban family. It was based on Lyn Johnston's popular Canadian cartoon strip. The television series was co-produced by imX, broadcast by Teletoon, and consisted of sixteen episodes, each of which were eleven minutes in length. This series contains agreements, applications, cast and crew lists, correspondence, incorporation documents, press releases, production stills, scripts, schedules, a series outline, syndication histories, and video recordings.

Doc McLelland

Series consists of records documenting the creative activities of this project. The project was a potential television series about a doctor in rural Cape Breton. This series contains a series outline and input.

Eliot Rocket

Series consists of records documenting the administrative, creative, financial, and legal activities of this project. The project was a potential feature film in which a workaholic with serious commitment issues returns home after his father suffers a stroke. This series contains agreements, correspondence, and a script.

Flight : Searching for Scotland

Series consists of records documenting the administrative, financial, legal, production, and publicity and marketing activities of this project. This 50-minute documentary for television follows and documents traces of Scottish identity which survive in Canada and includes extensive visual evidence of Scottish influences across Canada. The film was a co-production between Imagex Films and Antonine Films in Glasgow and was filmed mainly in Cape Breton and Ontario. This series contains applications, agreements, correspondence, cue sheets, a project synopsis, proposals, scripts, and video recordings.

General files of the Atlantic Symphony Orchestra

Series contains general administration files created by the administrative activities of the ASO. Records include correspondence, artist pamphlets and catalogues, contracts, reports (including auditor's reports), planning documents, surveys, advertising proofs, memoranda, transcriptions, and committee meeting minutes, summaries and policies. The series also includes applications for positions in the orchestra as well as records relating to auditions.

Union

Series relates to the Atlantic Symphony Orchestra's dealings with local and international musicians' unions and individual members thereof throughout its existence. Records include collective agreements, contracts, correspondence, records about disputes and negotiations, records from the players' committee and probationary review committee, position papers, and stewards' reports.

Office Manager

Series represents the independent work of the Office Manager. Records include documents pertaining to the management of the Symphony’s office space and supplies, memos, and other internal correspondence.

Programs and publications

Series contains the printed programs given by the Symphony to those in attendance at concerts and fundraising events. It also contains newsletters and season brochures for single-ticket sales and subscriptions.

Powers Brothers' photographs

Series consists of photographs taken or commissioned by Powers Brothers. These photos are primarily of plumbing or heating jobs the company completed around Nova Scotia and displays of the company's goods and services, which were shown at local exhibitions (such as the Nova Scotia Fisheries Exhibition). The series also includes photographs of employees, Powers Brothers storefronts in Lunenburg, and parade floats sponsored by the company. Many of the photos are not dated, and people in the photographs are not identified.

Sound recordings of Powers Brothers

Series consists of broadcast records for the radio show "75 Years of Progress, Powers Brothers Limited," commemorating the company's 75th year in business. This show was divided into several parts and described the history of Powers Brothers. It aired on the local radio station CKBW, owned by the Maritime Broadcasting Corporation. Transcripts of these shows are located in the Print Material series, file 174-1. Series also contains correspondence about the recordings.

Unions and associations of Powers Brothers

Series consists of documents pertaining to various unions and associations to which Powers Brothers belonged or had a professional connection. The unions tended to be based in various regions of the Maritime Provinces; Powers Brothers secured contracts in many locations throughout the Maritimes, and consequently had to cooperate with many different local unions. The union-related documents primarily consist of correspondence and copies of labour agreements. The majority of associations in this series were based in Nova Scotia, but some were national in scope (such as the Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada). There are three main types of associations to which Powers Brothers belonged: professional associations; retail associations; and general, local business associations, namely the Lunenburg Economic Development Commission. The association-related documents include membership certificates, authorized- dealer certificates, correspondence, memos, minutes, and reports. Bulk from 1965 - 1985.

Financial records of the La Have Outfitting Company

This series contains cash books, journals, ledgers, insurance amounts, fish, coal and salt sales and prices, vessel accounts and inventory of items in stock and sold. The recorded information is spread throughout various ledgers and in some cases journals, cashbooks and ledgers contained information regarding accounts, as well as insurance information or fish sales.

Halle Bigelow

This series comprises primarily letters written to Halle and Mabel Bigelow from their son, John Robert, during his time in Newfoundland working for the Anglo-Newfoundland Development Company.

Bigelow, Halle Blenkhorn, 1876-1949

Legal documents of Powers Brothers

Series consists of legal contracts pertaining to, or agreed to, by the company and some of its prominent employees (namely Frank Powers and A. F. Powers). The majority of these documents are deeds, leases, and mortgages relating to the Powers Brothers' real estate holdings in Lunenburg and surrounding area. This includes property in the area of Lapland, Lunenburg County, which A. F. Powers co-owned during the mid twentieth-century. The series also includes: agreements between the company and other organizations, which are usually financial in nature (such as loan repayment agreements with the Royal Bank of Canada); employee agreements; insurance papers; professional licenses (e.g. Plumbing licenses); and the will of A. F. Powers. Some files in this series, particularly those pertaining to insurance and the Lapland property, also include correspondence, usually with local government or legal counsel. Bulk from 1910 - 1985.
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