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Bible Hill (N.S.) Exhibitions
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Film/Video

This sub series consists of 6 film reels, 5 VHS tapes, and 1 article regarding sheep. The motion picture material show exhibitions, documentaries, course material, and tours, between 1970-1996.

Photocopy of the book launch presentation at the exhibit introducing Janelle Brenton, creator of the index to Dale Ells' "An illustrated history of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College"

Item is a copy of the presentation from the book launch at the exhibit at the Colchester Historical Museum. It introduces Janelle Brenton, library cataloguer, MacRae library who produced the Index to Dale Ells' "An illustrated history of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College".

Exhibitions

This file contains programs from the special attractions at the Canadian National Exhibition; the Nova Scotia Exhibitions, and the Maritime Winter Fair Prize List.

Photocopy of a newspaper article “New index will help locate information about agricultural college”

Item is a newspaper clipping dated February 5, 2005 from the Truro Daily News captioned “New index will help locate information about agricultural college”, regarding the index created by Janelle Brenton for Dale Ells' "An illustrated history of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College".

Photocopy of a newspaper article "Agricultural College builds on a future based on its past”

Item is a newspaper clipping dated January 22, 2005, from the Colchester County News titled "Agricultural College builds on a future based on its past”. The article discusses buildings named after people who have been “at the helm of administering the Bible Hill college during the past century”.

NSAC Centennial stickers exhibit opening program

Item is the Nova Scotia Agricultural College centennial anniversary exhibit official opening program. “The Colchester Historical Society Museum salutes the Nova Scotia Agricultural College as it celebrates a century of service.” Has an insert which details some early and more recent NSAC yells.