File contains an account, unsigned but believed to have been written by Dr. Melville Cumming, in regards to the donation of a tractor by Henry Ford to the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in 1917. Mr Ford had previously met then Premier the Honorable George H Murray and was introduced to Melville Cumming, Secretary for Agriculture and Principal of NSAC (1905-1927). There are annotations on the first page "Thanks very much - Len" and on the second page "He was here I understand on a trout fishing exhibition (expedition?)."
This collection contains textual records created by William Threlfall that pertain to primarily diseases, virology, and parasitology of birds and waterfowl. The collection contains thesis, notes, and published articles.
Citation: Anon._ Part I: Why Nova Scotia Farmers Should Produce More Home Grown Feeds. Part II: Field Crop Competitions to Encourage the Home Production of grain Seeds and Certain Cash Crops. Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, Halifax:.
This file contains one newspaper article entitled "Truro author relates blueberry industry history". By Alan Elliot. The Daily News (Truro). Pp 1. 30 December 1993. Article is regarding a book launch by Gordon Kinsman of his new book "The History of the Lowbush Blueberry Industry in Nova Scotia 1950-1990".