File is an audio reel containing an episode of Aural History, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode is on Bev Lamb, who also hosted CKDU program Touchstone, and Cyril Byrne, Coordinator of Irish Studies at Saint Mary's. The episode aired on September 21 and was rebroadcasted in 1987.
Accession contains: book manuscripts of Dirge folios, Ova Aves, Clouds flying before the eye, and The deer yard; article typescripts of: Christopher Pratt and Mary Pratt, Petit Force, Porter' obsession: images from an illustrated mind (Brian Porter), The coming of age of David Adams Richards, and The road taken, Fundy Geological Museum expansion: interpretive themes, On the beach, Tantramar revisited, Home of the long tides, the Parrsboro Shore, Spencer's pure presences, Respectable rebel (A. J. Casson), Saving the eagle - with a little help from its friends, May Day on the old marsh, Case Hoyt, Mertola's living history, and May Day on the old marsh; correspondence of Harry Thurston; two speeches and talks; sound recording interviews with: Mary Pratt, and Christopher Pratt: David Blackwood; A.J. Casson; David Adam Richards; Sandy Spencer; Joe Norris; John Houston; and Riordan regarding folk art; and Brian Porter, conducted by Harry Thurston; and research material.
This file contains two copies of the programs for the Spring 2021 Convocation and one copy of the honorary degree celebration program, June 23, 2021. Honorary degree recipients include: Dr. Guy Berthiaume; The Honourable John Buchanan; Mary Deacon, CM; Dr. Steven Strogatz; Dr. Rachel Thibeault. Historical information about Dalhousie's New Dawn Staff is included. File also contains two copies of the Fall 2021 Convocation.
File contains 13 photographs that have been cut and mounted onto five sheets of board to create a panoramic view of the shoreline from Mahone Bay to Mader's Cove. The photographs are numbered on the front with felt pen.
File contains "A boy from Cherry Hill" by Garth Coffin, former principal of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College, Truro, Nova Scotia. A Boy From Cherry Hill is a story of a lad who grew up in a warm and loving family on a small farm in Prince Edward Island, Canada. It recounts his experiences and highlights his good fortune through receiving the Eaton Agricultural Scholarship, attending university in both Canada and the U.S. and successful pursuit of a series of career opportunities leading back to the Nova Scotia Agricultural College (NSAC) where his university studies began. Along the way, the memoir that spans eight decades includes international work and personal interests of the boy from Cherry Hill.
Item is a photograph of the original Dalhousie College building. There is know on the ground and two figures standing by a tree in front of the building. The photograph is mounted on a matboard. There is a caption on the matboard which says "Dalhousie College, Halifax, Nova Scotia."
Item consists of two photographs printed on the same piece of photo paper. One photograph is printed upside-down. One photograph shows students sitting at desks in a classroom. The second photograph shows students sitting at tables in a library.
Fonds comprises editorial reports and notes made by Jefferys on works by Thomas Chandler Haliburton. Also included is a letter from Robert Glasgow, Managing Director of The Publishers Association of Canada, outlining the agreement of editorial and illustration work undertaken by Jefferys on a multi-volume series of the works of Haliburton. In addition, there is a typescript of a talk written by Jeffreys regarding his illustrations for the project.
Fonds documents the management and theatrical productions of Two Planks and a Passion Theatre Company from 1992-2016. Series include Administrative, Education and outreach, and Production records, the latter being divided into subseries reflecting the types of materials generated by theatrical productions, including prompt books, posters and programs, photographs and reviews. A sousfond, Ross Creek Centre for the Arts, contains records illustrating the development of the Centre , which was founded by Two Planks' artistic directors, Chris O'Neill and Ken Schwartz.