Item is a glass plate of a drawing of Rev. Thomas McCulloch, D.D. The drawing by Arthur Lismer itself is based on a painting of McCulloch by Daniel Munro. The drawing was commissioned and used for history books on Dalhousie University, like One hundred years of Dalhousie 1818-1918 (1920), and Daniel Cobb Harvey's, An introduction to the history of Dalhousie (1938).
File contains photographs taken during a Dalhousie University reunion in 1938. The photographs show the unveiling of plaques in honour of Dalhousie's first three presidents; the unveiling of the Halifax Castine monument on Studley campus; alumni and convocation processions; the cornerstone laying ceremony for the Medical-Dental Library; a dance; and various Dalhousie alumni.
Item is a photograph taken during a Dalhousie University reunion in 1938. The photograph shows a procession of graduates walking across Dalhousie's Studley campus. The Macdonald Library (Macdonald building) and Science Building (Chemistry Building) are visible in the background.
Item is a photograph taken during a Dalhousie University reunion in 1938. The photograph shows a procession of alumni, faculty, or other people walking across Dalhousie's Studley campus. The Macdonald Library (Macdonald building) and Science Building (Chemistry Building) are visible in the background.
Fonds consists of correspondence to and from donors (1936-1945), student lists, and miscellaneous papers and receipts. Most of the donor correspondence relates to requests for donations, in particular for the Cape Breton Regional Scholarship and the Hebrew Prize in Pathology.
MS-2-249, SF Box 31, Folder 12-13; SF Box 34, Folder 3-7
Fonds consists of Phi Delta Theta records, including programs, budgets, reviews, newspaper clippings and materials related to the fraternity's fiftieth reunion in 1980. There is also Morton's history of the fraternity, miscellaneous correspondence (including some with Kenneth Leslie’s lawyer regarding the Committee on Un-American Activities) and a play written by Morton in the 1930s.
Fonds comprises primarily Dawson's research materials, including newspaper clippings, assorted print materials, notes and correspondence, manuscript drafts, proofs and offprints. There is a smaller volume of personal and family papers, personal and professional correspondence, four photograph albums, and over 160 photographs of Dawson’s family, homes, and friends from his student days at Dalhousie.
File contains a bound pamphlet with David L. Johnston's 1995 Killam Lecture, "Research at Canadian Universities and the Knowledge Based Society." The lecture was delivered to an invited audience of over 300 at Hart House, University of Toronto, on Friday, November 3, 1995.
This fonds consists of photographs; audiovisual materials; newspaper clippings; pamphlets and posters; Dalhousie publications and other printed material; student and personnel files; correspondence; manuscripts; reports created by or reviewed by senior administration; financial materials including accounts payable and receivable documents, budgets, and ledgers; legal documents, including deeds and leases; diaries; scrapbooks; meeting minutes and agendas; academic plans; speeches; and other documents related to the senior administration’s sphere of responsibility.
The fonds consists of records relating to the administration and governance of the association; correspondence carried out on behalf of the Association; events such as the amalgamation of Dalhousie University and the Technical University of Nova Scotia, various university campaigns, Dalhousie Centenary celebrations; association-sponsored activities such as memorials and tributes, track and field meets, and reunions; graduate and alumni lists; photographs of alumni who served in World War I; and press stories about the Association.
Series consists of documents accumulated by the administration of the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA). The majority of materials are minutes, memorandums, correspondence, and reports created by, or related to, several committees within the IPA. These committees were designed to develop policies, facilitate decision-making, manage projects, and maintain positive relationships with Dalhousie University administration. Series also contains several news and press releases issued by the IPA to generate publicity for important events hosted by the Institute or achievements of its staff. Series also contains academic plans and program guides produced by the IPA which offer insight into the curriculum at Henson College.
Fonds consists of administrative records related to the operation of the Dalhousie Arts Centre which includes correspondence, personnel files, reports, and memos; audio-visual materials; minutes, correspondence, and reports related to the Dalhousie Cultural Activities Committee and its sub-committees; financial records which include annual and monthly reports, budget records, payroll reports and other fiscal documents; artistic organization files; photographic records of performers; production, performance and event records that include contracts, news clippings, and promotional materials; as well as publicity materials for the Arts Centre.
File contains nine drawings of the Dalhousie University mace created by R.L. de C.H. Saunders, a Dalhousie University Professor of Anatomy who designed the mace in 1949. The drawings illustrate details of various parts of the mace. The mace was carved by former Deputy Mayor of Halifax A.H. Macmillan. It is used during convocation ceremonies and stored in University Hall.
Accession contains: book manuscripts of Dirge folios, Ova Aves, Clouds flying before the eye, and The deer yard; article typescripts of: Christopher Pratt and Mary Pratt, Petit Force, Porter' obsession: images from an illustrated mind (Brian Porter), The coming of age of David Adams Richards, and The road taken, Fundy Geological Museum expansion: interpretive themes, On the beach, Tantramar revisited, Home of the long tides, the Parrsboro Shore, Spencer's pure presences, Respectable rebel (A. J. Casson), Saving the eagle - with a little help from its friends, May Day on the old marsh, Case Hoyt, Mertola's living history, and May Day on the old marsh; correspondence of Harry Thurston; two speeches and talks; sound recording interviews with: Mary Pratt, and Christopher Pratt: David Blackwood; A.J. Casson; David Adam Richards; Sandy Spencer; Joe Norris; John Houston; and Riordan regarding folk art; and Brian Porter, conducted by Harry Thurston; and research material.
Box contains prints, slides, negatives, and proof sheets of photographs of Dalplex construction; the Dalplex gymnasium roof; aerial photographs of Studley Campus; signage on Studley Campus; the Life Sciences Centre; the Forrest Building; houses on Henry Street; and other buildings. The box also contains an entry for the 1980 Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards by R. L. Booth of Carruthers & Wallace Limited and a presentation about stainless steel meniscus roofs. The photographs are stored in binders.
File contains plans for the Medical Science Building or Medial Science Laboratory (now the Burbidge Building) at Dalhousie University. The drawings include plans for a frog tank, fume chamber, refrigeration room, chemical stockroom, and furnishings.
File contains plans for the Medical Science Building or Medical Science Laboratory (now the Burbidge Building) at Dalhousie University. The plans include drawings of floor plans, elevations, cross sections, furnishings, cabinets, excavation plans, animal care facilities, and other parts of the building. Some of the drawings are encapsulated in plastic.
Item is a technical drawing of floor plans for a library building. The drawing shows first and second floor plans and a detail of a mezzanine. The drawing play be an earlier draft of plans for the Macdonald Memorial Library (now the Macdonald Building) at Dalhousie University.
Item is a technical drawing of a floor plan for a library building. The drawing play be an earlier draft of plans for the Macdonald Memorial Library (now the Macdonald Building) at Dalhousie University.
File contains plans for two different proposed Arts Buildings at Dalhousie University. by Andrew Cobb and Frank Darling (consulting architect). One building is now known as the University Club and the other may never have been built. The plans include floor plans and elevations for both buildings. Some of the drawings and encapsulated in plastic and some are mounted on matboard.
File contains proposed plans for Dalhousie University's Studley and Carleton campuses. The drawings include a proposed law library; a proposed location for an archives building; proposed layouts of trees and shrubs on Studley campus; and various proposed designs for the buildings and grounds of Studley and Carleton campuses. Some of the drawings are encapsulated in plastic. The drawings are by Andrew Cobb, consulting architect Frank Darling, D. F. Warner, H. R. Theakston, and other unidentified people.
Item is a technical drawing of a suggested plan for a medical school campus, probably the Dalhousie Medical School (Carleton Campus). The drawing includes a small sketch that identifies the purpose of each building.
Item is a technical drawing showing the location of shrubbery planted on Dalhousie University's Studley Campus. The drawing shows the locations of the plants in relation to the gymnasium, arts building, science building, and library. The plants are all numbered.
Item is a technical drawing of the proposed layout of Dalhousie University. The drawing is rough sketch showing the position of some buildings on Studley Campus. The drawing appears to have been traced from 2006-029, Oversize Folder 12, Item 9 or 2006-029, Oversize Folder 12, Item 12.
File contains proposed plans for the layout of Dalhousie University's Studley Campus. The suggested plans were created by Darling & Pearson Architects of Toronto; Mawson and Dunington-Grubb Landscape Architects of Toronto; and other unidentified firms.