File consists of a set of Print techniques in Canadiana : a background survey of methods and history in pictorial reproductions from 1575 by L. S. Loomer issued in eight volumes. The individual titles include: pt.1. Woodcuts -- pt. 2. Copperplates -- pt. 3. Steel engraving, stereotype casting, re-engraving by copyists --pt.4. Lithography -- pt.5. Wood engraving, the early years -- pt.6. Wood engraving, the later years -- pt.7. Photography in engraving -- pt.8. Glossary of printing terms and techniques. Includes an announcement (2 pages).
File consists of a photographic image of Lovett House, located at Hollis and Bishops Streets in Halifax, Nova Scotia, along with a short directory of people, businesses, and organizations residing there from 1870 to 1940.
File consists of illustrated magazine and newspaper clippings about gardens and parks in Halifax, Nova Scotia, including three copies of an illustrated booklet titled 'A Synoptic History of the Public Gardens and its Environments'.
Item is a double exposed photograph. One exposure is a group of unidentified people sitting at a table. The other exposure is cups of coffee and baked goods on a table with a copy of The Marriage Sabbatical by Cheryl Jarvis.
File consists of two copies of the Tom Thomson, 1877-1917 booklet to mark the opening of the Tom Thomson Memorial Art Centre in Owen Sound, Ontario. Includes a clipping, and a letter from Ivor Wagner, Chairman, Tom Thomson Memorial Art Centre
File contains material swatches linked to a work by D'Arcy Wilson presented in the "Impossible Museum" exhibition curated by Lisa Bouraly. The swatches are held in a small archival box with a front-dropping lid.
File contains a selection of texts, notes, and other material that documents Lisa Bouraly's research while preparing the "Impossible Musuem" exhibition. Material was selected from Lisa Bouraly's personal collection and organized into acid free archival folders by D'Arcy Wilson.
File consists of three letters to participants in the 1934 American Seminar, a lecture series initiated by American Protestant leader Sherwood Eddy to introduce American thinkers to political, economic and ecclesiastical European leaders. The letters describe the content of film images available for use by seminarians in illustrated lectures.
File consists of the Tate Gallery pamphlet Holding the Mirror to Art by Lund Humphries for the First Annual Meeting of the American Museum of Museums and the Canadian Museums Association held May 30, to June 3, 1967.
File consists of the tenth season Stratford Festival programme, and A 10th Season Souvenir Collection of Costume Designs from the Statford Festival. The costume designers include: Tanya Moiseiwitsch; Brian Jackson; Marie Day; Desmond Heeley; Robert Prevost; and Martha Jamieson covering the period 1953-1961.