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Soviet Union and foreign policy — USA

File contains English- and Russian-language newspaper articles; 1971 and 1972 issues of Institute for the Study of the USSR's Analysis of Current Developments in the Soviet Union; and a copy of "In Russia," by Arthur Miller, published in Harpers Magazine (September 1969).

Jospeh Stalin

File contains notes and translations of Russian-language articles as well as English-language news clippings.

The fourth Dalhousie drawing exhibition

Item is a catalogue for the 4th Dalhousie drawing exhibition , organized by and presented at Dalhousie Art Gallery from March 1 to April 1, 1979. The exhibition presented the works of Alex Colville, Charlotte Hammond, Graham Metson, Brian Porter, Roger Savage, and Ruth Wainwright.

catalogue contains a forward, introduction by Carol Fraser (acting curator, Dalhousie art Gallery), biographies of each artist and quotations from them on their artworks, images of select artworks, and an exhibition list.

Louis de Niverville retrospective

Item is a catalogue for a retrospective exhibition of artwork by Louis de Niverville, organized by the Robert McLaughlin Gallery, and edited by Joan Murray, Meg Hardman, and Jennifer C. Watson. Th exhibition was presented at Dalhousie Art Gallery from December 18, 1978 to January 12, 1979.

Catalogue contains a list of lenders to he exhibition, acknowledgements and an essay by Joan Murray, an exhibition itinerary, an essay by Gary Michael Dault, an essay and commentary by Louis de Niverville, b&w and colour images, and a bibliography.

Letters from J.A. Froude to Mr. Miller

  • MS-2-50, SF Box 18, Folder 17
  • File
  • [ca. 1882]
File consists of three letters written to Mr. Miller from J.A. Froude. The first letter refers to a suggestion that Froude be interested in editing The Contemporary Review, an idea firmly withdrawn in Froude's second letter.

Froude, J.A., 1818-1894

John Stewart fonds

  • MS-13-39
  • Fonds
  • 1812 - 1943
Fonds consists of notebooks, correspondence, books, articles, a photograph, and artifacts.

Stewart, John, Lt. Col. Dr.

Dalhousie University No. 7 Stationary Hospital collection

  • MS-13-2
  • Collection
  • 1915 - 1977
Collection consists of a booklet about the history of the No. 7 Stationary Hospital, correspondence of nursing matron Laura Hubley, a book of signatures of the unit's members, and correspondence and a small album containing postcards sent by Sgt. A. Fraser Tupper (who worked with the unit in 1916 and 1917) to his nephew, Ralph Kane.

Canada. Canadian Army Medical Corps. Canadian Stationary Hospital, no. 7

Photographs of the No.1 Canadian General Personnel Lines after an air raid on May 19th, 1918, Étaples, France

Item consists of two copies of the same photograph taken by A.M. MacKintosh on May 19th, 1918, depicting the after-effects of a German air raid on the No. 1 Canadian General Personnel lines near Étaples, France (30km south of Calais). During that attack fifty eight people (including three nursing sisters) were killed and fifty wounded in the Hospital, while there were 1200 other casualties in the area.

Photograph of the military wards at an unidentified military hospital in France prior to the completion of hut construction, First World War

Item consists of a black-and-white photograph taken (and hand-coloured) by A.M. MacKintosh in early 1918, showing the front of several ward buildings at an unidentified military hospital in France, prior to the completion of hut construction by German prisoners.

Photograph of a group of medical and military officers, likely at the No. 7 Overseas Stationary Hospital

Item consists of a black-and-white photograph taken by A.M. MacKintosh in early 1918, showing thirteen unidentified medical and military officers likely stationed or housed at the No. 7 Overseas Stationary Hospital. One of the seated medical officers holds a plaque stating "When we get our civy cloths on, oh, how happy shall we be".

Photograph taken on a walk along the Canal d'Aire, northern France

Item consists of a black-and-white photograph taken by A.M. MacKintosh, likely in early 1918, while on a walk on a tree-lined path along the shore of the Canal d'Aire, northern France. The path is between a bathhouse and living quarters for workers of an unidentified military hospital.


File contains seven pieces of typed correspondence addressing S.R. Balcom, regarding events at the Bramshott Camp, Hants., the No. 9 Canadian Stationary Hospital, and the No. 12 Canadian Stationary Hospital, during and shortly after the First World War. Correspondence sent from Major S.G. Chown, Colonel H.M. Robertson, and Lt.-Col. H.E. Randall.

Photograph of four men, including T.H. Raddall, Sr., wearing aprons and standing outside a grocery store printed on a postcard

Item, a photograph, is a duplicate of MS-2-202, Box 51, Folder 15, Item 6 in subseries Thomas Head Raddall's loose photographs. A duplicate copy can be found in MS-2-202, Box 51, Folder 15. The photograph was taken outside of Raddall, Sr.'s uncle Frank's shop in East Dulwich while Raddall, Sr. was on holiday. Frank is second from the left.
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