- MS-13-10, SF Box 57, Folders 7-8
Gosse, Clarence Lloyd, 1912-
Gosse, Clarence Lloyd, 1912-
Hattie, William Harop
Fonds consists of patient records, manuscripts, lecture notes, course material, correspondence, published articles, speeches, photographs, subject files, and papers of various professional associations, all created or collected by Dr. Jones during his career.
The materials in this fonds were generated primarily as a result of Dr. Jones' work as a Psychiatrist in Halifax and as a faculty member at Dalhousie University. Dr. Jones was a member of many associations and the bulk of this collection consists of meeting minutes and correspondence related to these associations.
Jones, Robert Orville
Kaplan, J. Gordin
Linton, D.M., Dr.
MacIntosh, George Arthur
MacKenzie, Kenneth Alexander, 1880-1958
MacPherson, Lloyd, Dr.
Morton, Angus McDonald, Dr., 1871-1944
Nova Scotia Council of Health.
Murchison, Alexander John, Dr.
Parker, Daniel McNeil, Dr., 1822-1907
Reid, Alexander Peter, Dr.
Royer, Benjamin Franklin, Dr., 1870-1961
Stewart, John, Lt. Col. Dr.
Young, Elrid Gordon
Corston, James R.
Weatherbe, Philip W., Dr.
Woodbury, William Weatherspoon, Dr., 1882-1967
The Osler Medico-Historical Club of Halifax.
Dartmouth Physicians Association.
Grace Maternity Hospital.
Atlantic Research Centre.
Hawkins, Rupert Clarence Giles
Weld, Charles Beecher, 1899-1991
Campbell, Donald Alexander, Dr., 1984-1917
Stewart, Chester B.
Atlee, Harold Benge
Glenister, Ernest Ireson, 1901-1987
Farquharson, Willam Oban
Murray, Angus Edward, Dr., 1901-1986
Murray, Thomas John (Jock), Dr.
Thomson, George Kerr, Dr.
MacKay, Robert William Murray, Dr.
Curry, Matthew A., 1858
MacKenzie, Luther Burns, Dr., 1880-1981
Scammell, Harold L., Dr., 1905-1991
Sieniewicz, Thaddeus M., Dr., 1895-1975
Duff, J. Gordon
Lindsay, Andrew Walter Herdman, Dr.
Halifax Visiting Dispensary.
Coward, Norman Barrie, Dr., 1905-1997
Collection consists of 16 DVDs, 5 CD-ROMs, and 54.4 GB of digital video and electronic transcriptions. The collection contains oral histories given by mental health consumers that span the second half of the twentieth century to the present. Some videos are accompanied by a transcription of the interview.
The Our Voices Matter Project is an initiative of the Canadian Mental Health Association Halifax-Dartmouth Branch. The purpose of the Project is to offer older mental health consumers living in Halifax Regional Municipality the opportunity of leaving a permanent record of their lives.
The Project collects oral histories from individuals interested in sharing their personal perspective on the evolving social and mental health environments. Involvement in the project is voluntary and any participant may withdraw from the process at any time and have all records destroyed during and up to the end of the project. The project is sponsored by the Canadian Mental Health Association Halifax-Dartmouth Branch and funded by the Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness and Halifax Regional Municipality.
Canadian Mental Health Association. Halifax-Dartmouth Branch.
The fonds consists of records that document the administrative and operational activities of the Faculty of Medicine. These include general correspondence, minutes (faculty and departmental), financial records, reports, statistics, administrative relationships, program information, course materials, examination records, newspaper clippings, memorabilia, photographs as well as provide evidence of relationships with outside organizations.
Principally, the material is composed of records from the Dean's Office of the Faculty of Medicine. To facilitate access to the collection the materials have been organized into 17 different series.
Dalhousie University. Faculty of Medicine.