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Dalhousie University Archives Series
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Series includes contracts and programs from external agencies that rented Neptune’s premises for productions. Also included are materials concerning renovations, repairs and maintenance and materials pertaining to the New Neptune Theatre building, including proposals, manuals, committee materials, and plans.


Series includes itineraries, maps, contracts, accommodations, reports, correspondence, show reports, tour logs, cast lists, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, financial statements, properties, cue sheets, and other technical information.

Silver - Manuscripts

Series contains: typescripts of books, and articles; research notes; and 17 b&w photographs of silver objects.

Resource and reference material

While MOVE was active, the organization served as a reference and resource library which contained publications by activist groups across Canada, as well as the publications from MOVE's coalition member groups, which this series contains. In addition, the resource and reference material contains articles, instructional material (such as funding kits), bills and ordinances, newspaper clippings on current issues and MOVE, and informational material on pressing concerns such as environment, civil rights, women's' rights, poverty, housing, rent control, and nuclear energy.

MOVE coalition member groups

Series contains material on MOVE's coalition member groups including the Canadian Youth Hostel Association, Ecology Action Centre, Harbour Drive North Committee, Dalhousie Legal Aid, Children's CO-OP, Continuous Learning Association of Nova Scotia, 3 Villages Recreation Group, Cole Harbour Environment Committee, Coalition for Developement, Dartmouth Youth Services, Halifax-Dartmouth Coalition for Development, Downtown Halifax Business Association, East Coast Community School, Gay Alliance for Equality, Halifax Welfare Rights, Interaction, Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia, Metro Area Family Planning Association, Halifax Neighborhood Center, Northend Community Health Association, Nova Scotia Public Housing Tenants Association, New Options School, Ward 5 Resources Council, Nova Scotia Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Northwest Arm Community Planning Association, One Parent Family Association, Purcell's Cove Community Association, Save the Playground Committee, Teled Video Services Association, Union of Nova Scotia Indians, Upper Hammond Plains Community Development Association, Victoria Road Tenants Association, Voice of Women, Women's Centre, Catholic Social Services Commission, and Pine Grove Community School.

Material includes correspondence with MOVE, publications, meeting minutes, memorandums, press releases, and reports.

Records of the Symphony Nova Scotia Board of Directors

Series contains meeting minutes and packages, which were filed variously by either calendar year or fiscal year, and either separate from or together with Executive Committee minutes. The original order of these files has been maintained. Meeting packages may contain copies of reports, correspondence, media clippings or other materials introduced or distributed at meetings. Series also contains annual reports of Symphony Nova Scotia.

Personal papers of Ransom Myers

Series contains correspondence—written and electronic—press materials collected by Ransom Myers (including magazines and newspaper articles), personal photographs of trips, and Myers’ curriculum vitae.

Ransom Myers’ litigation and consultancy

Series consists of records regarding Ransom Myers’ work as a consultant under the incorporated company Ransom A. Myers & Associates Limited Natural Resources Consultant. Series includes correspondence, datasets, annotated reference articles and government documents, invoices, signed contracts, affidavits, court documents, materials prepared in anticipation of litigation, press, declarations and meeting minutes.

Jill Grant's professional correspondence

Series contains correspondence, memoranda, professional activity reports and some notes and meeting minutes for committees on which Jill Grant served as chair. Editorial correspondence, including publishing contracts and agreements, is primarily found within the Publication series.

Marine Protests of Steam Ships

All marine protests in this series pertain to steam ships (ships which operate under a steam engine and not under sail), including barges. Some typed protests are the only copy for which there are no corresponding handwritten originals.

Pride Committee work

Series includes material concerning the organizing of the Gay Pride parade in Halifax, Nova Scotia. It includes financial records, meeting minutes, memos and memorabilia.

Pauline E. Hillis' records

Series consists of materials regarding the Pauline E. Hillis' student life, including notebooks, books, and others textual records. Series also contains negatives and photographs of Pauline E. Hillis with friends, and of Eric Stanley Hillis, son of James Stanley and Pauline E. Hillis, at the age of 5.

Françoise Baylis's publication records

Series includes primarily records related to Françoise Baylis's published research outputs and is divided into two subseries that distinguish between print publications and oral presentations. A third subseries contains drafts and correspondence related to unpublished work.

Judge Peter O'Hearn's records regarding the practice and procedure of law

Series consists of Judge Peter O'Hearn's records regarding his professional activities and studies on the practice and procedure of law, including regarding the Judicature Act, the rules of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, and other topics. Series contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, typescripts, and other textual records.

Anthony Pugh's research materials for program notes

Series contains research notes, drafts, and annotated copies of scores used and created by Anthony Pugh in the process of writing program notes for various classical music concerts in Fredericton, New Brunswick and Cambridge, England.

Martin Bridge: Ready for Takeoff!

Series comprises records regarding the development, writing, publishing and reception of Jessica Scott Kerrin's first children's book and the first in her Martin Bridge series, published by Kids Can Press. Records types include correspondence; print and electronic versions of manuscripts; resource materials and style guides; and published reviews.
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