Item, a photograph, is taken from the roof of a casement in King's Bastion. The foundation of the fort's barracks are visible in the foreground, the ruins of more casements are visible in the right foreground, and beyond the casements are the roofs of the museum and caretaker's house.
Item is a photograph of the site of the New Englander's landing in 1745, and later, in 1758, the landing of Amherst with his artillery stores. The birds visible in The Barachois on the left are cormorants.
Item, a photograph, is a negative of a piece of art that was used in Thomas Head Raddall's book, "Halifax: Warden of the North." Citadel Hill is visible in the middle background. St. Paul's Church is on the middle right, and St. Matthew's Church is on the middle left along the shoreline.
Item, a photograph, is a negative of a piece of art that was used in Thomas Head Raddall's book, "Halifax: Warden of the North." The photograph looks north towards Bedford Basin, with the town of Halifax and Citadel Hill is visible on the left.
Item, a photograph, is a negative of a piece of art that was used in Thomas Head Raddall's book, "Halifax: Warden of the North." The Governor's House is visible in the middle of the print, as is St. Mather's Meeting House - later St. Matthew's Church - on the left, and Citadel Hill on the right.
Item, a photograph, was taken in the kitchen of the Simeon Perkins house. The interview was presented on the Maritime television program, "Gazette," on February 1, 1960. Two duplicates of this item can be found in MS-2-202, Box 54, Folder 12.
Fonds contains records documenting Ross Boutilier's legal challenges over same-sex benefits and equal treatment in Nova Scotia and provincial and federal legislation to gain access to same-sex marriage. Other series include production and administrative records of Wayves magazine, committee records of Halifax Pride, and newspaper clippings about the LGBTQ community in Nova Scotia and elsewhere in Canada.
Item is a photograph of a stone curtain in Fort Beausejour that is loopholed to form the southwest curtain covering the powder magazine and parade ground. From the interior shown in the photograph, the firing step and stone drain are visible. The northwest bastion is also visible in the background.
Item is a photograph taken from a flanking trench that was dug by Robert Monckton after the capture of 1755. The trench communicates with a deep fosse that is dug across the ridge, about 400 yards from the moat, on the fort's vulnerable side. The photograph is taken facing southwest.
File consists of genealogical notes on the Rettie family of Truro, Nova Scotia, with a particular focus on Captain Alexander Rose Rettie and the wreck of his vessel "Forest Chief." Also included are a family tree, photocopies of research correspondence, and historical newspaper accounts.
Fonds consists primarily of documents related to James Aitchison’s scholarly research and teaching. Records includes correspondence, course files, subject files, addresses, papers (including some written by students), notes and notebooks, newspaper clippings, offprints, printed materials, reports, and a variety of miscellaneous records.
This fonds contains a small volume of financial records relating to Charles Davison's grocery business in Hansport, Nova Scotia, including invoices, promissory notes and account statements. There is also a photograph of Davison and a copy of a letter written to his wife.
Fonds comprises records documenting Dr. Jones' woek as a clinical psychiatrist and faculty member. Materials include patient records, manuscripts, lecture notes, course materials, correspondence, published articles, speeches, photographs, and subject files. The bulk of this collection consists of meeting minutes and correspondence related to professional associations to which he belonged.
Item is a parchment certificate admitting and enrolling James Thomson as an attorney and barrister of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, sealed and signed by Brenton Halliburton, Chief Justice of Nova Scotia.
Fonds consists of notes of lectures on logic delivered by James Ross at the Theological Seminary in Truro, Nova Scotia (1860-1861) and on Moral Philosophy at Dalhousie College (1863-1864), as well as certificates of attendance from the 1860s and a photograph of Thomas McCulloch and others.
File consists of business and professional correspondence from various writers, including Captain Stewart Gould (some photocopies). There is also a balance sheet (ca. 1881-1888) showing loans, payments, and ships' earnings.