Fonds contains records created by The Council of Maritime Premiers regarding intergovernmental cooperation in the Maritimes and press communiques containing highlights from the CMP's sessions between 1981 and 1984.
Collection contains materials related to agriculture, which includes related organizations, industries, education, machinery, research, products, livestock, harvesting, management, crops, etc. These were published between 1846-2007.
File contains a final draft titled "Report of the Committee to study the Farm Courses of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College", by Mr. Kenneth Cox in 1960. Also included are a draft copy, meeting minutes, correspondence, farm class tour survey, recommendations, and other related materials.
File contains a report titled "Community development" by William Saxby Blair. Blair was the first supervisor of the Experimental Farm in Kentville, Nova Scotia from its creation in 1912 until his retirement in 1938.
Contains information on Conferring Honorary Degrees to: Dr. Eugene Levy; Dr. John Elliot Dowling; Dr. Annette Verschuren; dr. Nancy Olivieri; Dr. Satya Nandan; Dr. A.L. Burton Conrod; Dr. Marcia Ann Boyd; Dr. James Gordon Duff; Dr. Dame Wendy Hall and Dr. Moh'd Shenhadeh
File contains 2 copies of a directory of graduates and former students of Dalhousie University published in September 1937. The directory is an update of a similar directory published by the Dalhousie Alumni Association in 1925.
File contains textual records pertaining to refresher courses given by the College of Pharmacy's Division of Continuing Pharmacy Education. The 2004 program celebrates the 40th year of offering the course (1964-2004). The second document is the program for the 1965 course, with the title "Hospital Pharmacy Institute".
File contains documents related to questions about federal funding for higher education asked by Samuel Balcom in the Canadian House of Parliament in 1955 when Balcom was a member of Parliament. Balcom asked a series of questions about educational grants to Nova Scotia institutions and received information about the distribution of funding across Canada. The file contains published accounts of parliamentary proceedings in March 1955 and associated correspondence between Balcom and other persons, such as J.D., McLean, Dean of the Dalhousie Faculty of Dentistry, and Watson Kirkconnell, President of Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia.
File contains a reel-to-reel recording children singing the alphabet and other songs in school; children yelling while playing in a water hole; children singing "Row, Row, Row Your Boat"'; and Barbara Hinds' interview with Joan Ryan, a school teacher in George River, about what it’s like to teach up North.
Item is a recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Mr. Graves, the principal of the school in Frobisher Bay. Graves talks about woodworking and other vocational training at the rehabilitation centre in Apex Hill. The recording includes sounds of students working in the wood shop.
Item is a reel-to-reel recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Mr. Eccles (or possibly Elcot). Mr. Eccles talks about teaching music to a group of teachers and how playing music and playing in a band benefits children.
File contains two reel-to reel tapes containing recordings of Barbara Hinds talking about the history of the church in Cape Dorset; a grade 2 reading lesson at a school in Frobisher Bay; students singing God Save the Queen; and Barbara Hinds interviewing Gordon Goward, a teacher in Frobisher Bay.
Item is a recording of a grade 2 reading lesson at a school in Frobisher Bay; students singing God Save the Queen; Barbara Hinds interviewing Gordon Goward, a teacher in Frobisher Bay; Barbara Hinds talking about end of term reports at the school; and a woman translating a report in Inuktitut.
Item is a reel-to-reel recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Joan Ryan, a teacher in George River. Ryan talks about how the community was built, her students, and her teaching career. The interview is accompanied by a recording of children singing; a recording of a school lesson; and Barbara Hinds talking about the school.