Item consists of a black-and-white stereoscope photograph, likely taken in 1863, of a group of unidentified Indigenous people sitting in front of John W. Matheson's grave at the mission house in Maré, Loyalty Islands [New Caledonia]. Matheson, of Pictou County, traveled with John Paton to the South Pacific in 1858, and passed away in 1862.
Item consists of a black-and-white stereoscope photograph, likely taken in 1863, of the Rev. J. McFarlane's mission house on Lifu, New Caledonia. Photograph shows several unidentified people sitting in front of the house.
Item is a recording of the pieces and architecture from the 1991 Prague Quadrennial as well as candid footage taken from around Prague, Czech Republic by Dalhousie University Professor Emeritus Peter Perina.
Item is a video recording with footage from two theatre productions as well as footage from an in-class icebreaker game from a Dalhousie Theatre course. The first part of the tape (0:00:00- 1:08:14) is a recording of the dress rehearsal of act 1 of a comedic Czech-language play. The second part of the tape (1:08:14-1:16:40) is a recording of the Dalhousie Department of Theatre production of The Winter's Tale by William Shakespeare, performed from 1 to 5 April 1987. The recording is of act III, scene III. The third part of the tape (1:16:40-1:30-20) is a recording of an in-class game with icebreaker questions, as well as hypothetical scenarios that both punish and reward risk-taking with gold and blue disks, called “Risky Business.”
Item is a diary kept by Arthur H. Whitman that describes a trip to England between November, 30 1888 and January 17, 1889. The diary contains daily entries that describe Whitman's activities, church attendance, meals, business and social visits, and letters sent and received. Many entries describe his meetings about apples. The diary also records money received and paid.
Item is a photocopy of an unpublished typed manuscript, containing the following hand-printed text on the extant front page, beneath the table of contents: "AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF / HERBERT LESLIE STEWART / MA (Oxon), PhD, FRSC, FRSA / FIRST DRAFT / – INCOMPLETE and UNPOLISHED / at the time of his death in 1953."
File includes a letter to the director of the International Office at University of Malta regarding the agreement, which notes a particular interest in institutional cooperation in the areas of marine science, marine law, coastal zone management and other areas concerned with oceans/marine affairs and the area of humanities, specifically classics, history and literature.
File contains the Canadian Institute of International Affairs monthly reports on Canadian external relations, the Canadian Institute of International Affairs news and views on world affairs notes, the Canadian Institute of International Affairs programme notes, the Canadian Institute of International Affairs annual report for 1968-1969, and other materials related to the subject. Includes John F. Sokol's paper "factors that have conditioned Mexican political patterns", a Netherlands Institute for the Law of the Sea newsletter attached to a note from Prof. Dr. Barbara Kwiatkowska addressed to Ronald St. John Macdonald and a United Nations general assembly resolution of January 2000.
Subseries consists of Ronald St. John Macdonald's records regarding his involvement with the World Academy of Art and Science. Subseries contains printed materials, news releases, administrative records, and other materials.
Subseries consists of Ronald St. John Macdonald's records regarding his involvement with the United Nations. Subseries contains reports, meeting minutes, correspondence, press releases, and other materials.
Subseries consists of Ronald St. John Macdonald's records regarding his consultation work for the Republic of Cyprus. Subseries contains a draft constitution for the Federal Republic of Cyprus, bulletins, newspaper clippings, reports, and other materials.