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A Search for Collective Bargaining : The Nova Scotia Government Employees Association Experience

  • MS-9-39, SF Box 52, Folder 2
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  • April 6, 1979
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.

Reilly, Kevin

Booklet of inventory and plans for the Alexander Keith's Brewery building

File contains pages from a booklet of the inventory and plans for the Alexander Keith's Brewery building. The facilities refered to in this booklet are located on Lower Water Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia and are owned by Oland & Son Limited. The booklet was prepared by Hancock Little Calvert Associates. The booklet contains a letter from P. J. Smith; information about plans contained in the booklet; inventory and availability of space; other information about the building; and a map of the Halifax peninsula indicating the location of the building. Plans originally included in the booklet are located in MS-4-135, Oversized Folder 13.

Csárdás no. 2

Item is a copy of Joseffy's composition, dedicated to his friend Moriz Rosenthal, and inscribed to Ellen Ballon. File includes a copy of handwritten piano scale exercises, presumably by Joseffy for Ballon.

Joseffy, Rafael

Soughing pines, Op. 12, no. 4

Item contains the fourth piece in Rubin Goldmark's composition "In the Forest: Four Piano Compositions." This piece is dedicated to Paolo Gallico.

Konzert etüde, op. 22 no. 1

Item is the original score inscribed to Ellen Ballon by Alberto Jonas. Ballon was one of Jonás' students in New York from c. 1916 until 1925.

Jonàs, Alberto

Dalhousie University yearbook 1927

Item is Dalhousie's first yearbook, published by students in 1927. It features photographs, drawings and written information about Dalhousie graduates, faculty, campus buildings, student societies and athletics. It is dedicated to Jennie Eddy, the benefactor of Shirreff Hall, Dalhousie's first women's residence.

Pharos : the pageant of the college by the sea, presented by the students of Dalhousie University : 1931

Item is Dalhousie's fifth yearbook. It features photographs, drawings and written information about Dalhousie graduates, faculty, campus buildings, student societies and athletics. The volume is dedicated to Arthur Stanley MacKenzie during the year of his retirement after two decades as university president.

Pharos : in which is told the Pilgrim's Progress in education at palace beautiful : yearbook 1931-32

Item is Dalhousie's sixth yearbook. It features photographs, drawings and written information about Dalhousie graduates, faculty, campus buildings, student societies and athletics. This volume is dedicated to "youth in its pilgrimage, inspired, enlightened, awakened to the possibilities embodied in the future."

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1938

Item is a 1938 Dalhousie University yearbook, 128 pages, black and white. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 82. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1941

Item is a 1941 Dalhousie University yearbook, 119 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 111. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1944

Item is a 1944 Dalhousie University yearbook, 91 pages, black and white. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 73. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1947

Item is a 1947 Dalhousie University yearbook, 145 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 55 and 56. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1948

Item is a 1948 Dalhousie University yearbook, 177 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 54 and 55. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1954

Item is a 1954 Dalhousie University yearbook, 151 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 74 and 75. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1958

Item is a 1958 Dalhousie University yearbook, 154 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 23 and 24. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1962

Item is a 1962 Dalhousie University yearbook, 240 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on pages 142-143. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1966

Item is a 1966 Dalhousie University yearbook, 303 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on pages 130-133. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1967

Item is a 1967 Dalhousie University yearbook, 287 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 170. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1969

Item is a 1969 Dalhousie University yearbook, 293 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 3. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1970

Item is a 1970 Dalhousie University yearbook, 295 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 80. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1971

Item is a 1971 Dalhousie University yearbook, 296 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 293. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.
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