File contains three versions of Budge Wilson's short story "Lysandra's Poem": a reading copy, a copy of the story as it appeared in "The Antigonish Review"; and a copy of the story from the proofs of Wilson's anthology "The Leaving."
Item is the sheet music for a song with music by Wilfrid Sanderson and words by Fred G. Bowles. The piece was given to John Daniel Logan by "The Little Rainbows" of Mount St. Bernards, as indicated on the front cover of the music. The piece is for solo voice and piano accompaniment and is in A-flat Major.
File contains two programs for two concerts by the Halifax Camerata Singers in collaboration with the Maritime Conservatory Faculty Brass Quintet. The concerts took place at St. Andrew's United Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia and in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. The file also includes a newspaper clipping of an advertisement for the concert.
File contains two copies of a poster for a concert by the Halifax Camerata Singers in collaboration with Jeff Reilly on bass clarinet at the First Baptist Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia and the St. James United Church in Antigonish, Nova Scotia.
File contains correspondence, proposed amendments to the collective agreement, and copies of the agreements (1978, 1979, 1983, 1984, 1987). File also contains a copy of the Town of Antigonish Employees' Pension Plan, and the arbitration record between IBEW Local 1928 and the Town of Antigonish for the grievance of Charles Armsworthy.
File contains correspondence, proposed amendments to the collective agreement, tentative agreements, copies of the agreements (1997 and 2001), minutes of safety committee meetings, and the safety manual for the Town of Antigonish (2001).
File contains correspondence, employment contracts, contract proposals, meeting notes, and a copies of the collective agreements between IBEW Local 1928 and the Town of Antigonish (November 1, 1997 to March 31, 2001 and April 1, 1994 to March 31, 1997).
Collection contains over 55,000 glass plate negatives, film negatives, and prints from the Waldren Studios of New Glasgow and Antigonish, Nova Scotia. The majority of these negatives are portraits, nearly all of which are identified and dated. A number of the portraits represent some of the earliest photos of Black Nova Scotians from Pictou, Antigonish and Guysborough counties. Many of the remaining photos are local scenes, a few of which were taken in New Glasgow before the fire in 1874 which devastated the town. The collection contains photographs that depict show coal mining, shipbuilding and other local industries in action. Portraits of family groups, sports teams, social clubs and school groups are also well represented.
File contains a portrait photograph of Florance McDougall standing, 3/4 pose. "She is holding on to a stand. On the top of the stand a piece of string drops to her mid-thigh where it is attached to a photograph". On envelope, her name is spelled "Florence".