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Recruitment card

Nova Scotia Agricultural College Recruitment Card. It is prefilled with space for prospective students to indicate which course they are interested in and request a college catalog. It is signed by J. M. Trueman, Principal who held this office from 1927-1936.

1950's class I of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College

Item is a photograph of students of the 1950's class I of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College. There are 10 men in suit jackets facing the camera in two rows. The front row is sitting. There are 7 men in two rows facing camera in suit jackets.
Front row sitting. Annotated on reverse : “Students Complete Farm Training – When Graduation Exercises were held at the NSAC, among those receiving diplomas were students who were students of the Advanced Farm Class who have completed their course at the Institution. The class is shown above. Reading from left to right, are: Front Row: D. E. M. Fisher, R. R. #4, Amherst; G. W. Allen, Milton ; C. R. Levo, R. R. #1, Westville; G. L. Zwicker, R. R. #4, Bridgetown. Back Row: D. R. Barrett, Truro; J. J. Bowlby, Aylesford; L. G. Tattrie, River John. Mat Attached. W. J. MacLeod, Superintendent of Services.

Newly built Cox Institute of Agricultural Technology at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College

Item is a photograph of the newly built Cox Institute of Agricultural Technology at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in the 1960s. There is no visible landscaping in the scene, there is still bare earth surrounding the building. Image portrays vertical metal cladding in alternating colours, there is an incinerator stack to one side; and storage of animal floats in car park. Potentially Vimy Road running behind building.

Newly constructed Trueman House (student residence) at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College

Item is a photograph in a series of 8, of the newly constructed student residence Trueman House at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in the 1960s. They were taken from various angles of the front of the building facing quad. There were late 1960’s model cars parked at front of building. 6 seem to have been taken in the summer; 2 appear to have been taken in the winter (no snow).

Inside of the livestock lab (Boulden building) at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College

Item is a photograph of the external view of newly built [plant or equipment storage?] building at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in the 1960s. Image portrays vertical metal cladding in alternating colours, an incinerator stack to one side; and storage of animal floats in car park. Potentially Vimy Road running behind building.

Newly built Cox Institute of Agricultural Technology at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College

Item is a photograph of the newly built Cox Institute of Agricultural Technology at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in the 1960s. There is no visible landscaping in the scene, there is still bare earth surrounding the building. Image portrays vertical metal cladding in alternating colours, there is an incinerator stack to one side; and storage of animal floats in car park. Potentially Vimy Road running behind building.

Newly constructed Trueman House (student residence) at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College

Item is a photograph in a series of 8, of the newly constructed student residence Trueman House at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in the 1960s. They were taken from various angles of the front of the building facing quad. There were late 1960’s model cars parked at front of building. 6 seem to have been taken in the summer; 2 appear to have been taken in the winter (no snow).

Newly constructed Trueman House (student residence) at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College

Item is a photograph in a series of 8, of the newly constructed student residence Trueman House at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in the 1960s. They were taken from various angles of the front of the building facing quad. There were late 1960’s model cars parked at front of building. 6 seem to have been taken in the summer; 2 appear to have been taken in the winter (no snow).

Newly constructed Fraser House (student residence) at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College

Item is copy 2 of a photograph in a series of 2, of the newly constructed student residence Fraser House at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in the 1960s. It was taken from the right side corner of the front of building looking down the length of the building. 1960’s era cars are visible at the front angle car parking. It appears to have been taken in winter/late fall as there are no leaves on trees.

Newly constructed Fraser House (student residence) at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College

Item is copy 3 of a photograph in a series of 2, of the newly constructed student residence Fraser House at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in the 1960s. It was taken from the right side corner of the front of building looking down the length of the building. 1960’s era cars are visible at the front angle car parking. It appears to have been taken in winter/late fall as there are no leaves on trees.

Newly constructed Trueman House (student residence) at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College

Item is a photograph in a series of 8, of the newly constructed student residence Trueman House at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in the 1960s. They were taken from various angles of the front of the building facing quad. There were late 1960’s model cars parked at front of building. 6 seem to have been taken in the summer; 2 appear to have been taken in the winter (no snow).

Newly constructed Trueman House (student residence) at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College

Item is a photograph in a series of 8, of the newly constructed student residence Trueman House at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in the 1960s. They were taken from various angles of the front of the building facing quad. There were late 1960’s model cars parked at front of building. 6 seem to have been taken in the summer; 2 appear to have been taken in the winter (no snow).

Newly constructed Fraser House (student residence) at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College

Item is copy 1 of a photograph in a series of 2, of the newly constructed student residence Fraser House at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in the 1960s. It was taken from the right side corner of the front of building looking down the length of the building. 1960’s era cars are visible at the front angle car parking. It appears to have been taken in winter/late fall as there are no leaves on trees.

Newly constructed Trueman House (student residence) at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College

Item is a photograph in a series of 8, of the newly constructed student residence Trueman House at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in the 1960s. They were taken from various angles of the front of the building facing quad. There were late 1960’s model cars parked at front of building. 6 seem to have been taken in the summer; 2 appear to have been taken in the winter (no snow).

Newly constructed Trueman House (student residence) at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College

Item is a photograph in a series of 8, of the newly constructed student residence Trueman House at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in the 1960s. They were taken from various angles of the front of the building facing quad. There were late 1960’s model cars parked at front of building. 6 seem to have been taken in the summer; 2 appear to have been taken in the winter (no snow).

Newly constructed Trueman House (student residence) at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College

Item is a photograph in a series of 8, of the newly constructed student residence Trueman House at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in the 1960s. They were taken from various angles of the front of the building facing quad. There were late 1960’s model cars parked at front of building. 6 seem to have been taken in the summer; 2 appear to have been taken in the winter (no snow).

Development of agricultural machinery

This file contains “Development of Agricultural Machinery”. These are assumed to be teaching notes by Mr J E Shuh made in [197?] Potentially part of the History of Agriculture class taught by Mr Shuh in the 1970’s.
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