Series contains a variety of speeches and essays, ordered completely chronologically, that Day gave during his career. Many of these are related to his academic career, particularly on literary subjects and war. Many were given during his time as President of Union College when he was a much sought-after speaker.
File includes speeches and essays on a variety of subjects, including education, literature, religion, academic biographical citations, and the Red Cross. Speeches were primarily delivered at faculty meetings and convocations. File also includes Frank Parker Day's inaugural address as President of Union College and radio talks on education given as president.
File contains speeches and essays on a variety of subjects, including education, citizenship, and reflections on life. Some speeches were given in Day's role as President of Union College. One speech in MS-2-288, Box 13, Folder 2 is written in Spanish.
Series contains photographs that span the greater portion of Day's life. Materials include photographs depicting his time in university, his time served during World War One, and his time as President of Union College. Series also contains many photographs of the Day family and their friends.
File contains clippings from newspapers and newsletters related to Avis Marshall, including class results, her involvement in the Dalhousie yearbook, her involvement in the Student Christian Association, and a reunion of the class of 1927. The clippings are from the Halifax Herald, the Evening Mail, and an unidentified newsletter.
Collection consists of over 500 photographs of ships. Collection also contains French-language clippings: Liste des newspages dans le Monde d'Apres Le Journal Courrier De Londres et Gazette de la Grand Bretagne 1804-1807; Registre des Navires Canadienne et Etrangers Coules Derrand La Guerre 1939-1945; Registre notes des Croisieres des U Boot Allemandes Guerre 1939-1945.
This is a photograph of the ship the Agean Island. The reverse of the photograph has a small French language newspaper clipping which reads, "Aux portes de la metropole, un lourd cargo rempli de sucre s'était échoué le 21 octobre. Des centaines de curieux ont observé le renflouement exécuté par la McAllister Towing."
This file contains 3 photographs of the America passenger ship. The first photograph shows the America in the Atlantic and has a description in French language on the reverse that reads "Le paquebot "America" dans une tempête sur l'atlantique - mars 1949". The second photograph is of the entire ship at sea. The third photograph is the America being lead out by tugboats from New York City into the Hudson River to begin voyage across the Atlantic, carrying 260 Athletes and 44 coaches and managers of the US Olympic Teams. Also included with the photographs is photo credit sheet issued by the Associated Press with the information about the third photograph.
This file contains three photographs of the Assiniboine destroyer. The first photogrpah is of two Navel officers on deck of the Assiniboine (not named). The second photograph shows the naval crew at attention on deck (not named). The third photograph shows at least 5 crew memebers on deck of Assiniboine. Also included in the file with the photograph are 5 French language sheets with information pertaining to the war time activities of the ship.
This file contains 3 photographs of the Bluethroat. Two photographs show the Bluethroat leaving port and the third shows the Bluethroat in port with 5 crewmen on board. Included in this folder was a mislabelled photograph of the Porte St. Louis leaving port which is now located in
This file contains a photograph of the British freighter Buckleigh on the sands of Long Island and is dated on the reverse for October 3 1923. On the reverse written in French language is, "Le cargo anglais "Buckleigh" échoué a Long Island, 3-10-1923". Also included in the folder is an English language note about the photogrpah.
This file contians a photogrpah of the C.D. Howe in port. Along with the photograph is an English language write up about the ship. It reads, "Artic Patrol Ship -- Now successfully launched from shipyards at Lauzon, Que., the modern ship shown above will replace the Transport Departmnet's ill-fated Nascopie which foundered during the Artic trip two years ago. The new 276-foot ship, christened C.D.Howe, will set out on its first Arctic patrol next year." The sheet is dated 8/9/49.
This file contains a photograph is the SS Canada while it was sinking. Also included with the photograph was a fading photocopy of a write up about the photo which read, "Wide World Photo: Please Watch Credit: 921668. Sank After Explosion. North Sea-- The partly submerged S.S. Canada shown after she sank while five tugs were attempting to beach her. The Canada was damaged by an explosion recently. Believed to have been caused by a mine. All aboard the 11,108 ton liner escaped in lifeboats. _____ by British censor. -11/24/39 (s)"
Item is three sheets of paper. The first sheet is folded to make two additional pages. The letter is Archibald MacMechan's recommendation to Edwin Laftus, that Daniel Harvey should receive the position of lecturer in History at Dalhousie University. A P.S. note by MacMechan also recommends an article that Harvey wrote for the Rhodes Foundation.
Fonds consists of a typescript of law lectures given by George F. Curtis at Dalhousie University in January 1939. Fonds also contains correspondence pertaining to meetings held in 1945 in the Maritimes and British Columbia to discuss the establishment of a world court for permanent peace.