Item is a video recording of the 2021 Hnatyshyn Lecture. Stephen Phillips delivered the lecture, "The Stroke Revolution: A Personal Perspectiv," online on November 26, 2021 as part of a virtual Ottawa Stroke Summit.
Item is a press release issued by the Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation. The document announces the Stephen Phillips was nominated by his peers to deliver the 2021 Ramon J. Hnatyshyn Lecture in Stroke.
File contains ten facsimile letters of courtship from A.P. Farnsley to Mary E.E. Thurman, and one reply, before their marriage. Alexander Farnsley of Fernlea writes to Mary Elizabeth Thurman of Louisville, Ky., whom he addressed as "Dear Bettie;" 1856-1860, discussing his prospects as a husband, sending her presents of produce, and, in the last letter, commenting on the impending Civil War; accompanying envelopes; one letter from Bettie to Alexander. Reproduced on the occasion of the weddings of two of their great granddaughters, Sally Burrell Farnsley, married at Louisville, July 28, 1962, and Anne Peaslee Farnsley, married at Hamburg, Germany, Aug. 5, 1962. Also in the collection is a reproduction of an article (Courier-Journal Magazine, 17 June 1962) by Sally Farnsley entitled: "Dear Miss Bettie" in which she quotes some of the letters with amusing headings and comments, with illustrations and pictures of young Alexander Farnsley and "Miss Bettie," and one of Miss Isa Mary Lowe modelling "Miss Bettie's" wedding gown.
The Archival Formats Collection is a collection of deaccessioned archival materials that have been retained for teaching and training purposes. It contains samples of various formats found in archives, including glass plate negatives, slides, textual records, magnetic tapes and disks, and other formats.
Dalhousie University. University Libraries. Killam Memorial Library. University Archives
File contains construction blueprints for the Studley Campus gymnasium, which was designed by architect Andrew Cobb and built by MacDonald Construction in 1932. Drawings include floor plans; elevations; footing plans; cross sections; and details for windows, cornices and other elements. The plans, which are labelled with job number U-311, are signed off by [W. Thompson?], Secretary of the Board of Governors.
File contains architectural drawings by Andrew Cobb for a proposed medical school building: two sets of basement, first and second floor plans; and single drawings of the front, end and rear elevations; cross and longitudinal sections; and a proposed layout for a physiology dark theatre.
File contains 11 presentation drawings signed by Andrew R. Cobb, Architect, and dated between August and September 1921. There are six drawings of the north elevation and five of the south elevation, each featuring variations in window design, and some containing notes indicating suggestions or preferences of F.D. (Architect Frank Darling), A.S.M. (President Arthur Stanley MacKenzie) and G.F.P.
Item is a sheet with two drawings of the second floor of a building designed to serve as office and lecture spaces before being converted to a law library and eventually a university museum. One plan shows the space partitioned into a lecture hall, faculty room and offices to serve current needs; in the second it is laid out as a law library. There is also a small inset aerial perspective of the new (temporary) Arts Building in relation to the Science Building and Macdonald Library.
Item is a drawing of the ground floor of a building designed to serve as office and lecture spaces before being converted to a law library and eventually a university museum. The plan includes notes regarding future additions and usages.
Item is a ground floor plan of the Macdonald Library indicating men and women's reading rooms; cataloguing and accession rooms; librarians' offices; future reading rooms additions and the lower floor of the future stacks room. There are also inset sketches of reading room layouts with desks and capacity calculations.
Item is a first floor plan of the Macdonald Library indicating lecture rooms and sizes and showing the upper part of the future stacks room. There are also two inset sketches of lecture room layouts, one to seat 45 and the other to seat 110; a list of subjects with corresponding professors' initials; and a note indicating the present use of second and third floors by Arts classes. The reverse side has red pencil or charcoal lines marking the walls and is marked "L46" in the lower right corner.
Item is a site plan for the University of King's College, indicating sewer and gas lines, an oval driveway and a diagonal avenue originating from the corner of Oxford Street and Coburg Road. The plan is signed by H.R. Theakston, Dalhousie's university engineer.
Item is site plan for King's College, including an administration building, library and garage. The plan, which was drawn by Dalhousie's university engineer, H.R. Theakston, shows the proposed college site as facing out towards what is now Coburg Street, and includes a new avenue.
Item is a 1930 presentation drawing by architect Andrew Cobb of the third floor plan for an arts building at Dalhousie that was planned but never built. This version includes a large arts room and lecture hall both open to the roof, four small lecture rooms and five studies.
Item is a 1929 presentation drawing by architect Andrew Cobb of the third floor plan for an arts building at Dalhousie that was planned but never built. This version includes a drafting room and lecture hall both open to the roof, four smaller lecture rooms, five studies and a small library/office.
Item is a 1932 presentation drawing by architect Andrew Cobb of the second floor plan for an arts building at Dalhousie that was planned but never built. This version includes seven lecture rooms, a dean's office and five studies.
Item is a 1932 presentation drawing by architect Andrew Cobb of the second floor plan for an arts building at Dalhousie that was planned but never built. This version includes a general office, business office, offices for the registrar, president and secretary, a vault, three lecture rooms, and five studies.