File contains textual records pertaining to the Pharmacy Association of Nova Scotia (PANS), which includes newsletters, a history of pharmacy article written by J. Gordon Duff for the Sun Daily News, and a PANS annual report for 1995.
File contains textual records of talks given by J. Gordon Duff on subjects such as the history of the College of Pharmacy, and on Jessie I. MacKnight, a notable female Maritime pharmacist who was a member of the Canadian Pharmaceutical Association. File also contains a list of pharmacy professionals, and a clipping from Impact newsletter from the summer of 2007 of Centennial Pharmacist Award recipients.
File contains a book entitled "Medical Archives : What they are and how to keep them" by Barbara L. Craig and published by Associated Medical Services Incorporated and the Hannah Institute for the History of Medicine. File also contains a pamphlet of The American Institute for the History of Medicine.
File consists of twenty-five individual and group photographs belonging to J. Gordon Duff. People in the photographs include: J. Gordon Duff; George A. Burbridge; R. S. Tonks; David Yung; Jessie I. MacKnight; J. Esmonde Cooke; Lloyd Preston; Judy VanDine; Ken James; Betty O'Toole; Brian Tuttle; Lou Fernandez; Sister John Bosco; Wade Kirk; Dave Fielding; Bev Wilson; Tom Pugsley; Beatrix Stimpson; Christine Irvine; Mary MacCaren; Kate Amirault; Janelle GrayRebecca Boyd; Allen Cook; Foster S. Chittick; Lois Self; Bev Blakney;Kenneth H. Chan; and Diane Carter.
File consists of: four group photographs of the 1976 graduation luncheon; two photographs of B. Stimpson, secreatary to four directors of the College of Pharmacy from 1929 to 1969, at her retirement dinner; and one group photograph of Neil Campbell, J. E. Cooke, and Henry D. Hicks.
File consists of copies of five photographs of noteable men of medicine and pharmacy. The men include: Dr. Charles Tupper; William H. Simson; Frank C. Simson; John Naylor; and Thompson Durney. The pages come out of the book "50 Years of Pharmacy". The pages were originally sent to George A. Burbridge.
File consists of twenty-three individual photographs of the graduates of the Maritime College of Pharmacy, class of 1949. People included in the photographs are: Harold James Baker; R. D. MacKinnon; Ian Ross MacDonald; S. M. Metter; C. A. Copeland; D. A. Ferguson; C. R. McLean; C. E. Poulain; Hollis Wasson; Raymond Maurice Baines; R. W. O'Brien; L. P. Perry; E. M. Noonan; D. F. Welsford; E. E. MacDonald; G. S. Ferguson; W. H. Martin; J. J. Mallett; R. G. Crowell; R. W. Belyea; R. E. Beatty; Hugh Conroy; Edna Tobin; and Eric F. Archibald. (Class of 1946).
File consists of twenty-one individual photographs of the graduates of the Maritime College of Pharmacy, class of 1952. People included in the photographs are: Hulda Atkinson; J. Fraser Mooney; Donald I. MacDonald; J. Gerald Guidry; John A. O'Connor; Robert B. McKean; Louis P. Cassidy; George A. Smith; Kenneth D. MacKenzie; Robert A. Collins; Eugene V. ?, Halifax, Nova Scotia; H. Lloyd Smith; Gerald E. Moulton; Arthur J. Spears; Merle G. MacDonald; James H. Meating; Glendon M. Hannah; Carvell Antworth; E. Arlington Mader; Marjorie F. Rodd; and Harry A. Wade.
File consists of: thirteen individual photographs of graduates; eight group photographs; and four of drugs tores including McKenna's Drug Store. People in the photographs include: Genfe Keyes?; Harold Pearson; William F. Connell; William h. Manson; Eric D. Mosher; Warren Hood; Nalda Fillmore; D. M. Cox?; Dolda Rickettts?; Bliss Brown; Ina MacKenzie; Maxwell Olive; Jessie I. MacKnight; members of the Nova Scotia Pharmaceutical Society, 1932; Helen MacMillan Hiltz; Sidney Smith;
File consists of: one photograph of Fader's Pharmacy located on Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia after the Victory in Europe Day Riot's;, dated April 7, 1945; streetscape of Hollis Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia; and a photograph of a sketch of the Sherbrooke Drug Store by j. Flewwilling. Includes a photograph of the Pharmacy Archives, Dalhousie University.
File consists of twenty-three individual photographs of the graduates of the Maritime College of Pharmacy, class of 1949. People included in the photographs are: Jean Mitskell; Gerald A. Reno; Marjorie Agar; Douglas Andrews; Lloyd C. Acres; Raoul D. Buckley; Douglas Stallard; Ralph SheehyRalph D. MacKnight; James Ward (sp.); John A. S. Henderson; Mary Sinclair; Garfield SlaterM. Small (sp.); Margaret (Allen) Wood; John Merry; Verdel C. Johnson; and Charles ?.
Series consists of information relating to retail pharmacies throughout Canada, although most of the information is about Nova Scotian retail pharmacies. Records include biographical materials, financial records, advertisements, and other materials related to retail pharmacies.
File contains material related to Balcom Chittick Limited, whose history dates back to the late nineteenth century. Material includes an 8 page history of Balcom Chittick Limited ; 1 page Balcom Chittick Limited company organizational chart ; 2 page photocopy of article from Modern Pharmacy, Nov. 1950, vol. 35, p. 6 ; 1 page correspondence to Mr. Chittick from C.E. Fader, 29 November 1951.
File contains materials from J.B.D & Sons pharmacy. Material includes 5 bank receipts, 1893-1894 ; 1 set of coupons for movie tickets for Pictou theatre, compliments of J.D.B Fraser, dated 1923 ; 2 credit memos from Simon Bros & Co. Wholesale Druggists, dated 1894 ; 1 credit memo from Hogg, Craig & Co. dated 31 December 1893 ; 1 cheque receipt to Cutler Bros & Co dated 1984 ; 1 receipt from the Eastern Assurance Company of Canada dated 1894 ; 1 bank receipt from Eastern Oil Company dated 1893 ; 1 receipt from Marshall & Son, dated 1894 ; 1 bank receipt from Whitall, Tatum & Co. 1894 ; 1 bank receipt to J.D.B. Fraser dated 1893 ; 1 receipt from R. Tanner & Son dated 30 December 1898 ; 1 receipt from R.P. Hall & Co., dated 1892 ; 1 newspaper clipping from 1937 for obituary for Roddick Fraser ; 1 advertisement for Dr. Fraser Stimulating Drops, prepared by J.D.B Fraser & Son ; 1 excerpt gtom Canadian Pharmaceutical Journal on pharmacy use of chloroform ; 2 page biography on pharmacy ; 1 copy of Household Hints and Helps, 32 pages long, dated 1910 ; 1 copy of The Home Formulary by William A. Hoburg, 33 pages ; 3 page article, "The First Authentic Record of the Use of chloroform on this Side of the Atlantic", 1924 ; 2 page photocopy of newspaper article, "Pictou Chemist was First to Administer Opiate on Continent" ; 4 pages of photocopied newspaper article on Fred Fraser's death ; 1 copy of article from the Canadian Pharmaceutical Journal, 15 May 1936 ; 1 copy of 6 page document on Daniel Fraser requesting pardon from debt and release from county gaol, 1817 ; 1 page article on use of chloroform in Canada ; 1 page article on J.D.B Fraser from Canadian Industries Limited ; 17 pages of handwritten notes from J.B.D. Fraser ; 9 pages of photocopies on J.D.B. Fraser pharmacy ; 8 pages of photocopies from drug store ledger ; 4 pages of biography of James Daniel Bain Fraser.
Series consists of annual and monthly reports of the Halifax Visiting Dispensary. The reports contain minutes of the annual meetings, directors' and secretaries' reports, reports of the medical board, dental reports, data about prescriptions filled, year-end financial statements, and lists of the dispensary officers. The series also includes an agenda created for the 1964 annual meeting, the directors and summarized reports for 1960 year-end, and the secretary's and summarized report for 1961 year-end.