Fonds consists of reports and studies on Nova Scotia farming and marketing between 1924-1990. It also includes papers, correspondence, photographs, a newspaper article, and signs created and collected by Gordon Kinsman during his research of berries in Nova Scotia between 1965 and 1991.
Collection contains research materials gathered by Susan Horne who was head of the Home Economics / 4-H Branch of the Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture and Marketing. The records were used while she was writing "Home Economists in Agriculture 1913-1985."
Fonds contains research notes, reports, essays, and other records that document student movements in Toronto during the late 1960s and early 1970s when Lackey was a student at the University of Toronto.
Fonds comprises a history of Nova Scotian physicians compiled by Alexander Mackenzie in 1950. There is also a scrapbook, correspondence, papers, published articles, and a history of Camp Hill Hospital in Halifax.
File contains notes and manuscripts written by Alexander Murchison and Norris Turner between 1972–1975 reviewing child guidance clinics and group homes in Nova Scotia. File also contains the June 1973 issue of the Nova Scotia Association of Social Workers Newsletter, with articles by Norris Turner , Patricia Hardy, Ernie Rafuse, F.M. Fraser, Martin M. Dolan, Linda Isitt, and Barrie R. MacFarlane.
Fonds consists of Eldrid Young's records regarding his chemical warfare research, including correspondence, reports, notebooks, articles, and manuals. There is also his unpublished manuscript "Adventures of a Chemist in Search of Poisons," in which he recount his 25-year career as a forensic chemist.
Fonds consists of records documenting a research project conducted in 1961 regarding distribution patterns of physicians and facilities across Nova Scotia; records include physician and patient questionnaires.
Fonds consists of registration cards and student tickets from Dalhousie Medical School, published articles about Dr. Campbell (including obituaries), papers regarding his medical practice, correspondence, medical notes with sketches, personal notes and patient records.
Fonds consists of papers documenting Dr. Stewart's professional career, including files on the Tupper Commission and the Hall Review Commission, research notes on aviation medicine and decompression sickness, correspondence, lectures, books, publications, photographs, and other manuscripts from his personal life and years at Dalhousie University.
File contains materials relating to the Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project's participation in various research projects. Materials include one copy of survey questions for a 2005 study on gender and aggression conducted by Dr. Nancy Bartlett of Mount Saint Vincent University and associated correspondence; one invitation to participate in a study on nursing care for lesbians during childbirth, conducted by Lisa Goldberg of Dalhousie University, associated correspondence, and 1 copy of the project's research proposal; 1 package of information regarding a study on homophobia and heterosexism in undergraduate medical education, conducted by Dr. Frank Blye of Dalhousie University, and associated correspondence.
File contains two photographs from the groundbreaking of the rehabilitation hospital in Halifax; typed cutlines that accompany the photographs; correspondence with the Canadian Paraplegic Association and Arthur H. Shears; an article called "A Concept of Rehabilitation" by Herbert S. Talbot; several typed drafts of newspaper articles about the rehabilitation centre; a pamphlet about the Nova Scotia Rehabilitation Centre; and a document called "Preliminary Report on Planning for Nova Scotia Rehabilitation Center and Faculty of Allied Health Professions Dalhousie University." The file also includes newspaper clippings from the Chronicle-Herald and Mail-Star of articles written by Barbara Hinds about the rehabilitation centre.
Item consists of typed draft manuscript material related to Barbara Hinds articles about the construction and operation of the new Nova Scotia Rehabilitation Centre, written for the Chronicle Herald and Mail Star between 1975 and 1977.
File contains handwritten notes, partially in shorthand, written on lined loose leaf paper. The notes appear to be about court proceedings. The file also includes a report of the trial magistrate from the trial of Lorne Edward Pace, who stole a cake that belonged to the Government of Canada in 1964, and a county court docket from September 1964.
File contains three spiral bound stenographer's notebooks containing handwritten notes about Halifax landmarks, including the court house, St. George's church, waterfront buildings, West House, Brunswick Street, the old post office, and Province House. Some of the notes are written in shorthand.
File consists of genealogical notes on the Rettie family of Truro, Nova Scotia, with a particular focus on Captain Alexander Rose Rettie and the wreck of his vessel "Forest Chief." Also included are a family tree, photocopies of research correspondence, and historical newspaper accounts.
Fonds comprises correspondence regarding Burpee's geneological research into his uncle, James De Mille, research notes and secondary materials about De Mille, and two manuscripts by Burpee on De Mille.
Fonds comprises records related to Susan Sherwin's professional activities, including publication, research and teaching. Record types include correspondence, contracts, manuscripts, research materials and notes, committee materials, reports, conference materials, and university course records such as syllabi, exams, and assignments.