File contains correspondence, some of which is regarding Pacem in Maribus (PIM) convocations, the Independent World Commission on the Oceans (IWCO), technological cooperation, the International Ocean Institute-Virtual University (IOI-VU), the Training Programme, genetic resources of the deep sea-bed, and the Declaration of Malta. Correspondents includes (among others): Professor C. Vago; Dr. Silvana Vallerga; Jean-Guy Villancourt; Stella Maris Vallejo; André Van Dam; Professor C.J. Vanderpuye; Veerle Vandeweerd; Jose Isreal Vargas; Ambassador Charles Vella; Dr. Arnoldo Ventura; George Vella; Robert von Bennigsen; Lev Voronkov; and Budislav Vukas. File includes Elisabeth Mann Borgese's project outline for a leadership seminar in Jamaica for International Sea-bed Authority (ISBA) delegates, and a proposal for a "Committee of the Whole" at the United Nations.
File contains correspondence with Gil Winham, Canadian External Affairs, and the Delegation of Suriname to United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLoS) III. File also includes a project proposal for "Science and Technology for Development and Disarmament," by Elisabeth Mann Borgese, and a report from the twenty-third United Nations General Assembly.
File contains correspondence with Cornelia Wohlforth, Don Walsh (publisher of a book "The Law of the Sea"), and Keith Walton (of the United Nations). Topics of discussion include Mann Borgese's comments on F.L. La Que's paper ("Possible Contribution of Deep Sea Mining to a New World Economic Order"). Also includes information about the Natural Resources Forum.
File contains correspondence with Frances Weismiller, Anthony Wayne Smith, Thomas E. Lovejoy,and Karl Wolf (Austrian Ambassador). Also includes "Suffering a Sea Change" from the "Economist" by Barbara Ward.
File contains correspondence with M. Yablon, Vladimir Kotliar, Igor Yarkovlev, Elliot Richardson, Christopher Young, Hui Yu, and Yu Yuancheng (includes business card). Topics of discussion include PrepCom (the Preparatory Commission), the International Ocean Institute (IOI)'s application for consultant status with the International Maritime Organization (IMO), the "Ocean Yearbook," the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLoS), and Perestroika. Some correspondence also concerns Dalhousie students.
File contains correspondence with Durwood Zaelke (on Krishan Saigal's book, and the limits of Western economic theory); Azhar Shamim Zaidi (on landlocked states); Zafar H. Zaidi (attached is a CV); Juergen Zech; Hamdallah Zedan (includes an invitation to participate in an International Ocean Institute (IOI) seminar); Joerg Ziegenspeck; Corinna Zimber; Zou Keyuan (on a submission to "Ocean Yearbook," and being a visiting scholar at Dalhousie); and Sandra Zuberbuehler.
Item consists of a list of Directors for the Eye Level Gallery that was sent to the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies. The list includes the names of the members, their occupation and role at Eye Level Gallery.
Item consists of a "sketch" for the upcoming 1983 and 1984 years at the Eye Level Gallery, which lists the various upcoming events and needs for the gallery. The document lists the necessities for the gallery: a secretary/office manager, membership change, and a public relations plan. A floor-plan of the gallery is included. The document includes future plans for program suggestions, lecture series, projected budget, income projection, grants, and special projects.
Item is a drawing of a skimming opening for stainless steel rectangular tanks. The drawing includes two views of the opening and four details. The drawing was produced by John Inglis Co. Limited of Toronto.
Item consists of two copies of a drawing of a skimming opening for stainless steel rectangular tanks. The drawing shows two views of the opening and several details. The drawing was produced by John Inglis Co. Limited of Toronto.
Item consists of three letters from Michael Fernandes as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Eye Level Gallery requesting Kathy MacGillivray, Danica Jojich, and Gary Conway to become Board Members on the Board of Directors.
Five boys standing behind eight men and boys also standing, with nine men and boys seated on chairs and five boys seated cross-legged in front; full pose. All are wearing army uniforms and holding an instrument
This manuscript written by James Dinwiddie ca. 1793 discusses the four seasons. Dinwiddie describes the changes in weather and flora and fauna between the seasons. This file consists of one manuscript.
File contains set designs for Neptune Theatre's production of "A Christmas Carol," directed by I.N. Watts and designed by Andrew Murray. The file includes some original drawings by Murray and annotated copies of the plans.
File contains set designs for Neptune Theatre's production 1985-1986 production of "A Christmas Carol," directed by I.N. Watts and designed by Andrew Murray. The file also includes an annotated copy of a set design drawn by David B. Ingraham for "Evita" (September 1983), which was either misfiled (see MS-3-1, OS Folder 181), or used by Andrew in the design for "A Christmas Carol."
File contains set designs for Neptune Theatre's 1992 production of "A Christmas Carol," directed by Paula Dankert and designed by J. Cameron. The file includes Cameron's original drawings and some annotated copies. *Note: Pages 28 & 29 are not scanned.
Item is a manuscript of Edith J. Archibald's song for solo voice and piano in F Major entitled "A Nocturne," including the score and a separate typed sheet with the poem in English and French, also written by Archibald.
File contains a student essay titled, "A Search for Collective Bargaining : The Nova Scotia Government Employees Association Experience," written in 1979 by Kevin Reilly for a course on Canadian working class history taught by Dr. Gregory S. Kealey. The essay documents the history of the Nova Scotia Government Employees Association's collective bargaining experience.
A copy of a bill, possibly used in a student parliament or another forum, on the need for Canada to ratify the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea. A version of this resolution was drafter by Elisabeth Mann Borgese, and sent to Halifax Member of Parliament Mary Clancy, see MS-2-744, Box 288, Folder 8 for a copy.
File contains two copies of a poster for a concert by the Halifax Camerata Singers in collaboration with Camerata Xara Young Women's Choir and John Hancock (CBC Radio National Sports Host), which took place at the First Baptist Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
File contains two copies of a poster for a concert by the Halifax Camerata Singers in collaboration with the Maritime Brass Quintet and John Hancock (CBC Radio National Sports Host), which took place at the First Baptist Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
File contains a report entitled "A Concept for a Proposed Marine Affairs Manual" prepared for ICOD by John Gratwick, as well as an 8.5x66 inch organizational chart. The organizational chart has not been digitized.
File contains a paper by Elisabeth Mann Borgese, which concerns the common heritage of mankind and the nature of the proposed Seabed Authority. A copy of a draft version, with handwritten corrections .
File contains a copy of a proposal by Elisabeth Mann Borgese on the elements needed for a world constitution. The document builds off her work on the Chicago Committee to Frame a World Constitution, and was based on a series of seminars held at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions between 1966-1967. This version contains some handwritten corrections/annotations.
File contains set designs for Neptune Theatre's production of "A Funny Thing happened on the way to the Forum," directed by Suzanne Moore with designs by Patrick Clark. The file contains one of Clark's original drawings and annotated copies.
Item is a journal kept by Captain John Harris (c. 1775-1825) during a voyage on the sloop 'Dart,' commencing May 22, 1813. Harris also used the journal during two 1815 voyages on other vessels. He recorded occurrences on board the boat 'Prince Regent' during a trip from Annapolis towards Halifax in August 1815. He also recorded occurrences on board the schooner 'Laurence' during a trip from Annapolis towards Barbados in 1815.