Fonds consists of newsletters and poetry publications from 1971-1979. Most of the publications feature poetry written by Velma Brown, but a number of other authors are also featured, including Sidney M. Parker, known as the blind poet of Truro, Nova Scotia.
Item is a glass plate of a drawing of Rev. Thomas McCulloch, D.D. The drawing by Arthur Lismer itself is based on a painting of McCulloch by Daniel Munro. The drawing was commissioned and used for history books on Dalhousie University, like One hundred years of Dalhousie 1818-1918 (1920), and Daniel Cobb Harvey's, An introduction to the history of Dalhousie (1938).
Accession contains: book manuscripts of Dirge folios, Ova Aves, Clouds flying before the eye, and The deer yard; article typescripts of: Christopher Pratt and Mary Pratt, Petit Force, Porter' obsession: images from an illustrated mind (Brian Porter), The coming of age of David Adams Richards, and The road taken, Fundy Geological Museum expansion: interpretive themes, On the beach, Tantramar revisited, Home of the long tides, the Parrsboro Shore, Spencer's pure presences, Respectable rebel (A. J. Casson), Saving the eagle - with a little help from its friends, May Day on the old marsh, Case Hoyt, Mertola's living history, and May Day on the old marsh; correspondence of Harry Thurston; two speeches and talks; sound recording interviews with: Mary Pratt, and Christopher Pratt: David Blackwood; A.J. Casson; David Adam Richards; Sandy Spencer; Joe Norris; John Houston; and Riordan regarding folk art; and Brian Porter, conducted by Harry Thurston; and research material.
Fonds contains manuscripts and typescripts (print and electronic), drafts, page proofs, illustrations, digital photographs, and published copies of the novels, scripts, and short stories written by Donna Morrissey. It also contains e-mail and printed correspondence, press material and book reviews, and resource material from a workshop.
File contains a manuscript that won the 24th Atlantic Writing Competition award for unpublished novels. Ian Colford's competitions pseudonym (Packard Bell) appears on the title page. File also includes two reviews and a letter from Jane Buss, the executive director of the Writers' Federation of Nova Scotia, announcing the winner.
Item is a photograph of Raddall in the morning, wearing his pyjamas and dressing gown. Raddall habitually worked like this until the mid-morning. This photograph was taken by flying officer BIll Burke R.C.A.F. A duplicate copy can be found in MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 4.
Item, a photograph, is related to material found in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album, 1944-1961, and to MS-2-202, Box 54, Folder 30, Item 3. The photograph includes Lieutenant Colonel Simmonds of the Princess Louise Fusiliers in the tuxedo on the left. Lieutenant Colonel Powers of the West Nova Scotia Regiment is in the tuxedo in the middle of the photograph. Major Ted Bent of the West Nova Scotia Regiment is in uniform to the left of Edith Raddall. Finally, Mrs. Bent is seated to Thomas Raddall's right.
Item, a photograph, is related to material found in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album, 1944-1961, and MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 22, Items 4-5 in subseries Thomas Head Raddall's loose photographs. A duplicate copy can be found in MS-2-202, Box 54, Folder 5.
Item is a duplicate of a photograph in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album, 1944-1961. The photograph has a stamp marking it copyright to the National Film Board on the reverse side. A duplicate copy that can be found in MS-2-202, Box 54, Folder 10.
Item, a photograph, is a duplicate of a photograph in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album, 1944-1961 and MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 22, Items 4, and related MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 22, Item 5 in subseries Thomas Head Raddall's loose photographs.
Accessions consist of materials related to the publication of the poetry periodical Germination. Materials include manuscripts and proofs, editorial drafts, correspondence, sales and business records, and promotional materials.