- MS-2-304, Box 8-10
Mullaly, Edward J.
Bronson, Howard Logan
The Shipping Reference Collection incorporates virtually all miscellanous shipping records and reference material that were accessioned as part of "MS-8-Ref." A large portion of the collection consists of reference files on various vessels and shipping lines. A card-catalogue index known as "Master and Mates" provides references to microfilmed vessel papers, trade records, registers, and other related materials. The collection also includes photographs, slides, and published materials such as the Lloyd's Register of Ships.
The collection contains four series:
Shipping Line reference files
Vessel reference files
Colchester Historical Society
Dalhousie University. University Libraries. Killam Memorial Library. University Archives.
Centre for Art Tapes
The Atlantic Canada co-operatives collection consists of approximately 15 meters of published and unpublished materials. This includes books, serials, brochures, loose papers, photographs and slides, maps, audio and visual material, and artifacts.
The fonds contains information about many individual co-operatives and credit unions, as well as documents from larger region-wide co-operative organizations. There is also a large section of general co-operative literature about co-operation as a social movement, in Canada and around the world.
The age of the materials ranges from the early 1900s up to 2002. The majority spans from the 1950s to the 1990s.
Morse, William Inglis
Dalhousie University. Faculty of Medicine. MedIT.
Canada. Canadian Army Medical Corps. Canadian Stationary Hospital, no. 7
Dalhousie University. University of the Air.
Dalhousie Student Union
Roome (née Hollett), Annie Belle
Deale, Irving Thomas
Bebb, James Trevor
Renton, David, 1934-2006
Dalhousie University. Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Department of Theatre.
Hatfield, Byron Ulric
Kaulback, Henry Adolphus Newman, 1830-1896
Solar Audio & Recording Limited.
Pink, Ruth Marilyn (Goodman)
Collection comprises 34 mounted photographs of political demonstrations and protest marches organized by Dalhousie students between 1967 and 1970. The photographs were taken by students for the Dalhousie Gazette and/or Pharos yearbook and were compiled and printed by Stephen Archibald for a show in the Student Union Building in Spring 1971. The scope and content notes for the images are drawn from the background information provided by Stephen Archibald, who writes: "The pictures were taken by young men in their late teens and early 20s who had no formal training, but who were drawn to photography because it provided a visual, aesthetic outlet that was missing from their academic university life. We also had no particular political beliefs or insight. The editors at the Gazette were left-leaning during this period so it is not surprising that we were assigned to photograph demonstrations that were organized, in large part or totally, by Dal radicals."
The photographs were printed and mounted by Stephen Archibald on F5 high-contrast paper to exaggerate their graphic nature, and printed full frame, which gives them a black border. As he explains in his notes, this was part of the contemporary aesthetic, ensuring that the viewer was aware that the images were composed in the frame, with nothing edited or cropped out. Most of the photographs are mounted, and the dimensions provided in the physical descriptions do not include the mount board.