Fonds contains the personal papers, photographs, and sound recordings of Barbara Hinds. The personal papers mostly consist of research material, drafts of articles, and newspaper clippings of articles related to Barbara Hinds' journalism career, but also include correspondence, research notes, diaries, maps, and manuscripts. The sound recordings were mostly created during Barbara Hinds' travels in the Canadian arctic and include several interviews. The photographs include prints, slides, negatives, and proof sheets, and were mostly taken in the Canadian arctic but also include research material and personal photographs.
File contains negatives, proofs, and prints of photographs related to Inspector Francis J. Fitzgerald, including photographs taken around the time of his death in 1911 and more current photographs of the bridge and plaque dedicated to him in the Halifax Public Gardens. There are also some negatives showing a protest held by children in an unidentified location. The file also contains typed cutlines to accompany the photographs; typed drafts of articles about Inspector Fitzgerald; newspaper and magazine articles about Fitzgerald; a photocopy of a book called "Reports and Other Papers Relating to the McPherson-Dawson Police Patrol - Winter 1910-1911 - and the Death of Inspector Francis J. Fitzgerald and all Members of the Patrol"; request slips from the Public Archives of Nova Scotia; volume 27, number 1 of the RCMP Quarterly; and a letter from Hinds to Anne.
Item is section B (The Novascotian) from the February 5, 1993 issue of the Chronicle-Herald and Mail-Star. The section features an article called "Lost patrol: Arctic hero died seeking help" by Barbara Hinds. The article is about Francis J. Fitzgerald and the Lost Patrol. The article features photographs of Fitzgerald and the Dempster rescue patrol.
File contains typed drafts of articles about Erwin Schroeder by Barbara Hinds; several copies of newspaper clippings from the Chronicle-Herald about Erwin Schroeder, some of which are mounted on paper; photocopies of newspaper articles about Erwin Schroeder; correspondence with Shipowners Assurance Management Ltd., Bull & Roberts, Inc., and The Observer; pages torn from the November 19, 1966 issue of Chemical Week; and a copy of the Canadian Concentrates Code.
File contains a letter from J. Aileen Hatherly to the editor of the Halifax Chronicle Herald; a letter from Susanne McGrath to Barabara Hinds; pages from the April 19, 1912 issue of the Daily Echo; and pages from the August 12, 1912 issue of the Recorder. The newspaper pages contains articles about the Titanic and they appear to have been sent to Hinds along with the letter from Hatherly.
File contains typed drafts of articles written for the Chronicle-Herald and Mail-Star, as well as newspaper clippings of some of the articles. The newspaper clippings include articles about animal welfare and medical practices. The clippings also include a special section from the Mail-Star called "A new frontier in the first against children's pain and suffering: The Izaak Walton Killam Hospital for Children." The drafts include articles about Eskimo families, bald eagles, Hinds' car, Arctic exploration, crime, Pierre Trudeau, and other topics.
File contains a typed draft of an article about the seal fishery; "The Cruel Seal Hunt" by Brian Davies, which has been torn from a 1966 issue of the Weekend Magazine; a newspaper clipping of "Hunt for seals just starting" by Barbara Hinds, from the March 14, 1966 (?) issue of the Chronicle-Herald; and a pay stub from the Atlantic Advocate for an article about the seal hunt.
File contains letters from Bill MacEachern; T. J. Murray, Chief of Service, Medicine, Camp Hill Hospital; Maxine Cochran, Director of Public Relations for the Izaak Walton Killam Hospital for Children; Richard B. Goldbloom; and Edith Harris (?). The letters are all letters of congratulations to Barbara Hinds for being appointed the medical correspondent for the Chronicle-Herald and Mail-Star. The file also includes a newspaper clipping announcing Hinds' appointment.
Item is a letter sent to the Chronicle-Herald for Barbara Hinds by an anonymous employee of the Anil Canada Ltd. hardboard plant. The letter details the poor living conditions of Balakrishnan, an elephant that was brought to East River, Nova Scotia by the Anil plant.
File contains a typed draft of a talk about birdwatching; a photograph of a man and three children on a boat in Harrigan Cove; a photograph of John Kilabuk using a telescope; and a photograph of three people using a telescope and binoculars; handwritten notes; and cutlines. The file also includes newspaper clippings of several birdwatching articles written by Barbara Hinds for the Chronicle-Herald and Mail-Star between 1966 and 1974.
File is a research file about the connection between pesticides and Reye's syndrome, a rare childhood disease that was researched at Dalhousie. The research material includes newspaper clippings about Reye's Syndrome research and spruce budworm spraying, by Barbara Hinds and others; correspondence from Robyn Warren, J. Gordon Ogden, and others; handwritten notes; photocopies of scholarly articles about congenital and genetic disease; typed drafts; and a transcript of an interview with Robyn Warren.
File contains three photocopies of newspaper articles written by Barbara Hinds. The articles include "Life at Frobisher: Traffic Signs Invade Far North," from the the July 9, 1960 issue of the Mail-Star; "Ship's Arrival Eskimo's Delight," from the November 3, 1960 issue of the Chronicle-Herald; and "Port Burwell: Gateway To Eastern Arctic."
File contains a newspaper clipping of an article from The Chronicle Herald, which includes Budge Wilson's comments on the question "Which political party would foster cultural development in Nova Scotia?". The newspaper article also features responses from Charlotte Wilson-Hammond, Clam Harbour artist; Jamie Bradley, ACTRA Maritime national councilor and national vice-president of ACTRA; Josh MacDonald, playwright and screenwriter; Gordon Lamp, executive director of Music Nova Scotia; Walter Forsyth, Halifax-based filmmaker; and Mary Pat Mombourquette, managing director of Symphony Nova Scotia.
File contains a handwritten draft of Budge Wilson's news announcement for the Canadian Society of Children's Authors, Illustrators and Performers (CANSCAIP) newsletter, News Roundup. The announcement includes her recently published book "After Swissair"; readings at public libraries, the Hubbards Literary Society, and Word on the Street; interviews on CTV and CBC radio; features in the Chronicle Herald; and the upcoming publication of the fourth new Polish edition of "Before Green Gables."
File contains the printed version (published April 30, 2018) and online version (published April 28, 2018) of a newspaper article in The Nova Scotian, which includes an entry and photograph of Budge Wilson.
File contains documents related to a letter to the editor sent to the Chronicle Herald by Jenny Munday. The letter is about the federal budget. The documents include a copy of the letter to the editor; correspondence from Audrey McLaughlin and Robert White; notes about mailing addresses; and fax cover sheets.