File contains research notes and articles collected by Kenneth Leslie in the mid-1960s related to fluoridation. File contains correspondence written by Miss Jean M. Ross submitted to The Rt. Hon. L[ester] B. Pearson and The Hon. Judy LaMarch, as well as Dr. G.D.W. Cameron [Deputy Minister of National Health], a copy of Miss Ross's 12-page publication 'The fluoridation fraud', as well as pamphlets and articles from the the Fraser Burgh Herald, the New York Times, Pure Water Association of Santa Clara County, and the Greater Milwaukee Committee Against Fluoridation.
File contains newspaper and magazine clippings, newsletters, posters, programs, and flyers, advertising appearances (mainly readings) by Budge Wilson at various places, including writers' unions, libraries, schools, book stores, and book festivals.
File contains newspaper and magazine clippings, newsletters, posters, and flyers, advertising appearances (mainly readings) by Budge Wilson at various places, including writers' unions, libraries, book stores, and book festivals.
File contains newspaper and magazine clippings, newsletters, posters, and flyers, advertising appearances (mainly readings) by Budge Wilson at various places, including writers' unions, libraries, schools, book stores, and book festivals.
File contains 3 textual records, which includes pamphlets and a newspaper clipping from the 1999 and 2001 Nova Scotia Agricultural College convocation ceremonies and an article regrading the 2004 convocation.
File contains newspaper clippings and printouts from websites. Included are obituaries from the Chronicle Herald, The Lunenburg County Progress Bulletin, Globe and Mail, The Canadian Press, and Toronto News.
File contains excerpts from and copies of magazines, newspapers, correspondence, programs, and posters that give recognition to Budge Wilson's writing, including Chickadee Choice, Manitoba Young Reader's Choice Awards, South Saskatchewan Reading Council Young Reader's Choice Awards, and others.
This file contains a range of papers with regard to agricultural history and agricultural heritage preservation through books, static and living history museums, agricultural art and artifacts, and correspondence with the Nova Scotia Agricultural College Library, Office of the Principal, and the Nova Scotia Department of Education – Museum complex. 1987.
File contains a photocopy of a 9 June 1916 news item from The Pictou Advocate written by Robert H. MacKay, R. Henry Graham, and Robert M. MacGregor, "The Farmers Candidates," entitled "The Policy of the Government in Respect to AGRICULTURE is Centralized at the Provincial College and Farm at Truro."
File contains a reprint of a newspaper article in the Truro Daily News on Feb. 15, 1965. The original article was titled "Opening of Provincial Agricultural College: at Bible Hill, Truro, NS Tuesday, Feb. 14, 1905".
File contains a photocopy of a newspaper article with a black and white photograph of the 1945-1946 Nova Scotia Agricultural College hockey team. The caption is in regards to a reunion of the Truro and District Hockey League that took place May 9, 1992 [?] at Keddy's. The caption underneath the photo states: "The Nova Scotia Agricultural College champions of the Truro and District Hockey League in the 1945-46 season, will be among teams represented when the league holds its reunion May 9 at Keddy's. This photo, courtesy of Don MacNeil of Truro shows players; front row, left, Bob Doyle, Dave Gillespie, Vernon Reid, Gus Kinsman, Angie Gillis, Moe Kennie ; bck row, left, Hermie Fielding, Dan McFadden, Bud Elderkin, Vic Holms, Hugh MacLeod, Ray Kennedy, Jack Gammon, Wayne Parker (manager). Absent is Win Langille, coach and Ron Fielding, mascot."
File contains a number of photocopies of articles pertaining to Nova Scotian pharmaceutical history from periodicals such as the Canadian Pharmaceutical Journal, the Pharmaceutical Journal and Gazette, Drug Merchandising, Canadian Druggist, the Liverpool [Advance], and Druggists' Weekly.
FIle contains 31 photographic slides of an exhibition on abortion at the Centre for Art Tapes' Alexandra Centre location in 1993. The exhibition featured wall-mounted newspaper clippings about abortion.
File contains two postcards of churches, one of Trinity Church and Wall Street in New York, and the other of Hensley Memorial Chapel and Convocation Hall, King's College, Windsor, Nova Scotia. The file also includes miscellaneous prints removed from magazines of organs, opera singer Annie Beaumont, pianist Franklin Taylor, and a drawing "Leur Fils" by P. Eschbach.
File contains clippings of articles about the announcement of the Pit Pony television series; plays by Joyce Barkhouse and Margaret Atwood performed by the Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia; an article by Kathleen Hickey (granddaughter); a press release on a course on Global History by Murray Barkhouse; and a copy of a letter from Amy (Helene Bennet's granddaughter) to the CBC Radio program Crosswords. The file also contains a letter from Maureen E. Lipkewich of the Mining Association of British Columbia to Joyce Barkhouse about the use of her novel Pit Pony in the British Columbia curriculum, and a letter from Joyce to her cousins with copies of newspaper articles about a house in Concord, a symposium in children's literature at Acadia University that she was involved in, and Anne Perry.
File contains newspaper clippings about the cancellation of the Pit Pony TV series and efforts to safe the the wharf in Harbourville, Nova Scotia, attached to a letter sent from Joyce Barkhouse to her sister. The file also contains a poster for the Pit Pony audio book, narrated by Richard Donat.