Item is a diary kept by Arthur H. Whitman that describes a trip to England between November, 30 1888 and January 17, 1889. The diary contains daily entries that describe Whitman's activities, church attendance, meals, business and social visits, and letters sent and received. Many entries describe his meetings about apples. The diary also records money received and paid.
File contains correspondence with Alex Comfort, V. Dedijer, Da Capo Press Inc., Encyclopedia of the Sea, Rita Ettl, Fayard Editions, Peter Fricke, FAO (the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations), Donald Gledhill, and Jay Goldburg Cousteau Society.
File contains correspondence with the Commission of the European Communities, Rallph Collier, Consumers Union of US Inc., Centre d'Architecture de la Mer, Jerrgen Claus, Mae Cullin, Rafael Castello-Valdis, Ray Canterbury, Jonathan Charney, CBS, Nigel Calder (on "The Blue Revolution"), Michelle Canterella, and "Conjunctions."
File contains correspondence to individuals with last names between E and G. Correspondence concerns the Independent World Commission on the Oceans' Study Group on the Economic Uses of the Ocean, of which Elisabeth Mann Borgese was a member. Correspondents include Paul Ekins, and Orio Giarini (includes Elisabeth Mann Borgese's thoughts on economics).
File contains the sheet music for "Keep on Hopin'" with words by Frank Stanton and piano music by Kathleen Heron-Maxwell. The score is inscribed to Ellen Ballon and dated June 18, 1935. The score was published in three keys, C Major, E-flat Major, and F-Major. This version is in E-flat Major.
Fonds contains correspondence, musical scores (piano and orchestral), photographs, a sketch, harmony notebooks, fliers, programs, newspaper clippings, academic journals, a press book, scrapbooks, and letters of composers. The musical scores include several first edition copies and autograph manuscripts. All personal correspondence is incoming correspondence; no outgoing correspondence is included in this fonds.
Item contains a letter from Mary Goldie, Princess Alice's private secretary, asking Ellen Ballon to forward an enclosed letter to Frank Cyril James in commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the McGill Conservatorium.
File contains correspondence related to persons or organizations associated with the letter "P". These include Phenoscape, David Poswillo of Guy's Hospital (London), Alan Pike of the University of Aberdeen, and A.D. Packer of the University of Adelaide (South Australia). Materials include nominations for Richard Palmer (various), which Hall supported.
Series comprises Ronald St. John Macdonald's records regarding his academic activities, including his involvement as a faculty member of York University Osgoode Hall, University of Toronto, Dalhousie University, and other institutions. Series also includes records and research materials regarding the development of Macdonald's publications, unpublished papers, and other materials.
Subseries consists of Ronald St. John Macdonald's research and publication records, including subject files, book reviews, meeting minutes, clippings, reports, offprints, interview transcripts, periodicals and newsletters.
File includes correspondence, provisional agenda for the African Society of International Law's first annual conference, a draft of the African Society of International Law's statute, the African Society of International Law's member list, and a copy of the African Society of International Law's certificate of incorporation.
Subseries contains Ronald St. John Macdonald's correspondence with different individuals, including John Holmes, Paul Martin, Maxwell Cohen, Roland Michener, D.W. Fulford, Donald S. Macdonald, Charles B. Bourne. Christine Boyle, Donald E. Buckingham, David R. Chipman, Innis Christie, H.C. Charles, George F. Curtis, Audrey Davis, L.C. Green, and others, regarding a wide range of subjects.
File contains research notes and drafts of program notes by Anthony Pugh concerning the music of Johannes Brahms. The file includes a draft of a program for a performance by the University of New Brunswick Resident Musicians (April 3 and 5, 1973). The file includes notes written by Pugh while he was teaching at the University of London King's College and, later, at the University of New Brunswick.
File contains drafts of program notes and research notes by Anthony Pugh pertaining to works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The file includes a booklet with handwritten musical examples by Pugh of extracts from Mozart opera overtures. The file also includes two complete programs (with notes by Pugh) for the Cathedral Festival of the Arts (May 21-24, 1987) in Fredericton, New Brunswick and the Mozart Bicentennial Concerts at the University of New Brunswick., and a draft of a letter from Pugh to "Mr. Elliot" about a recent series of broadcasts on the Mozart Piano Concertos.
File includes a photograph of Marq de Villiers' BA diploma from University of Cape Town, a letter regarding a school reunion for the Class of 1957, and a letter to Mrs de Villiers regarding her son's departure from the Boys' Junior School in Wynberg.
Item is a photograph of Harris Brown sitting in Garden House in Chelsea, London. There are paintings and sculptures in the room around Harris. The photograph was sent to Arthur Stanley MacKenzie as a Christmas and New Year greeting card.
File contains two copies of the program for an exhibition creation by the Cultural Section of the Brazilian Embassy in London (February 19-March 12, 1964). The program includes lists of exhibited items donated by Ellen Ballon.
File contains letters concerning Ellen Ballon's performance of music by Heitor Villa-Lobos and the receipt of flowers. File also contains a letter to Ballon from Mary Goldie, Private Secretary to Princess Alice, concerning a letter from the latter and Lord Athlone to Dr. James (presumably Frank Cyril James) at the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the McGill Conservatorium of Music.
File contains two autographed photographs of the English actor John Martin-Harvey, signed for John Daniel Logan following a performance in Halifax on May 19, 1921. One of the photographs shows him in costume for a role.
File contains research notes pertaining to Alban Berg, used by Anthony Pugh for the writing of program notes. The file includes photocopied pages on Berg's opera "Woyzeck", a copy of program notes by A.K. Holland and Basil Horsfield for a performance by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society, and a program (with notes) for a concert by the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
File contains research and program notes pertaining to Hector Berlioz. The file includes several programs collected by Anthony Pugh from performances by the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and BBC Symphony, as well as a program from a concert by the Atlantic Symphony Orchestra with program notes, presumably written by Pugh. The file also includes drafts of Pugh's program notes, a newspaper clipping on a performance of Berlioz by the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, a postcard from "Kathy" to Pugh featuring a picture of Berlioz, and correspondence from Pugh to Professor Tom Lawrenson at the University of Lancaster about Berlioz's opera "Béatrice et Bénédict."
File contains correspondence related to persons or organizations associated with the letter "L". These include Scott Lozanoff at the University of Hawai'i, Laura Frost at the University of Alberta, and Walter Landauer at the University College London. Materials include Dalhousie notices regarding taking inappropriate leaves.
File contains correspondence with Bogdan Trifunovic, Louis Turner, Lawrence Thorpe, W.T. Thorneycroft, Ernest Thorn, Texas AandM Univeristy, and Rodney Tarboosh. Contains copies of pictures of Elisabeth Mann Borgese's dog and chimpanzee. Also includes an article, "How to Share Sebed's Riches" by Ernest W. Thorn.
File contains correspondence between Elisabeth Mann Borgese and the following individuals: Sanjay Chaturvedi; Richard V. Carter; Dr. Hans Corell; Lucien Chabason (on the Regional Seas Programme); Krista Singleton-Cambage; Peter Cramer (concerning Thomas Mann); Pietro Carrigliol; Kevin Coady (concerning the death of one of Mann Borgese's dogs); Christopher Corkett (critiquing one of Mann Borgese's talks); Aldo Chircop; Dr. Edward Carr; Senator Alan Cranston; Christo and Jean Claude (outgoing only, includes prints of various art installations); Liara Covert; Winifred Caponigri; Rideau Hall; Pluto Press; Senator Alan Cranston; Ignacio Perez Caldentey; Fernando Henrique Cardoso (President of Brazil); Sergio D. Claure; Dr. Maria della Costa; Richard V. Carter; Erksine Childers; Professor Jonathan Charney; Judge Maurice Caruana Curran (Chancellor of University of Malta); Arthur H. Campeau; H. Reuben Cohen (Chancellor of Dalhousie); Elisabeth Cyran; Hon. David Coore; Ana Luisa Cortez; Frederick Clairmonte; Ingvar Carlsson (Prime Minister of Sweden); and others. Also includes copies of the following papers: "The Training Programme of the International Ocean Institute" by Elisabeth Mann Borgese; "Professionalization of the Field of Marine Affairs" by Aldo Chircop; "NATO's War of Aggression Against Yugoslavia: An Overview by Michel Chessudovsky. Some correspondence may be personal.
File contains correspondence with Anita Coady, much of which concerns the International Ocean Institute and it's Training Programme. File also includes a pamphlet and newsletter from the United Nations Association in Canada.
File contains correspondence about Ronald St. John Macdonald's trips to China - which started as part of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) assignment to strengthening training and research in selected key universities in China - with different individuals, including Bai Gui-Mei, Zhao Zhenjiang, Wang Tieya, Yaoyuan Xia, Luo Hao Cai, Tony T.L. Chang, Eiichi Fukatsu, Masao Nakayama, Zhang Wen-pu, Fritz von Klein, Wang Xuex hen, Xue Mo-hong, Zhu Qiwu, Wei Min, Judith Ogden Bullitt, Randle Edwards, Peter Hoffman, Maarten Bos, Luzius Wildhaber, Eugene V. Rostow, Jeremy Thomas, John Churchill, Nessim Shallon, Roberto Ago, and others. File contains newspaper clippings, manuscripts, and handwritten notes about international law in China, including two versions of Macdonald's paper "the People's Republic of China and the International Court of Justice". File includes a letter from Bai Gui-Mei to Mairi Macdonald.