Fonds comprises correspondence and personal papers of William R. Tratt and Naomi Tratt (1890-1932). It also contains Herber Tratt's academic records and financial statements (1908-1910), temperance certificates for Gertrude, Wilfred and Elsie Tratt (1931), and Methodist Church Statistical Returns (1915).
Fonds contains student tickets from Dalhousie University, Victoria General Hospital and Halifax Medical College; registration receipts; medical examination certificates; certificates of class attendance; certificates from the Provincial Medial Board; other letters and certificates certifying that Pratt completed certain parts of his medical training; and a plaque with Dr. Pratt's name on it.
File contains ten student registration and matriculation tickets received by Arthur Charles Hawkins confirming his enrolment and attendance during the 1881-1882 session at the Halifax Medical College, Dalhousie College and University, and the Provincial and City Hospital. The tickets are for the following courses: Physiology (taught by John Somers); Clinical Surgery (taught by Edward Farrell and John F. Black); Practical Anatomy (taught by D.A. Campbell and A.W.H. Lindsay; with notes on dissection of extremities); Chemistry (taught by George Lawson); Anatomy (taught by George Sinclair); Materia Medica (taught by John F. Black); and Botany (taught by Benjamin G. Page).
File contains 12 student tickets (and other documents) received by Arthur Charles Hawkins confirming his enrolment and attendance during the 1882-1883 session at the Halifax Medical College, Dalhousie College and University, and the Provincial and City Hospital. The tickets are for: Materia Medica (taught by John F. Black); Physiology (taught by John Somers); Practical Anatomy (taught by D.A. Campbell and A.W.H. Lindsay); Practical Chemistry (taught by W.H. Waddell); Chemistry (taught by George Lawson); Clinical Medicine (taught by Alexander P. Reid and Archibald Lawson); Practical Pharmacy (taught by C.E. Puttner and D. DeW. Harrington); Anatomy (taught by George Sinclair); and matriculation and library tickets.
Series comprises records documenting the evolution and history of the Safe Harbour Metropolitan Community Church, including meeting minutes, reports, correspondence, newsletters, financial records, and programming and workshop materials.
Series contains records relating to Ross Boutilier's involvement in the organization of the Halifax Pride parade, including committee records, financial records, reports, meeting minutes, correspondence, notes, memos, schedules, parade and Pride Guide planning materials, advertisements and press releases, and posters and pins worn or collected during Halifax Pride parades.
File contains one cream coloured swallow-tailed gonfalon flag with two lavender stripes running diagonally across. Flag was used in demonstrations and marches organized by the Gay and Lesbian Association.
Item consists of a hand-painted banner made of white cotton fabric covered in purple handprints and other colourful brush marks, and featuring the acronym "CODCO" in black text painted over a large pink triangle. The banner was likely produced in relation to the Newfoundland-based comedy troupe CODCO's participation in the 1992 Halifax Pride parade.
Collection is comprised of materials collected by Don Murchy as part of his involvement with the TightRope Leather Brotherhood, a men's leather and denim club that operated in Nova Scotia from the early 1990s to 2007. Materials document TightRope operations, as well as the involvement of TightRope members in Mr. Atlantic Canada [M.A.C.] Leather contests and Halifax Fetish Ball events. Materials in this collection include administrative records, by-laws and guiding documents, membership lists, posters and other promotional materials, and photographs.
Fonds contains materials collected by LGBTQ+ activist Bob Fougere pertaining to his activism in Halifax. Records in fonds document Fougere's work as coordinator of the Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project [NSRAP], including NSRAP's participation in the Halifax Rainbow Health Project and its health care advocacy work on behalf of transgender Nova Scotians. Materials also document Fougere's roles as board member at Safe Harbour Metropolitan Community Church, and facilitator the Lesbian Gay and Bisexual Youth Project support group. Materials in fonds include correspondence, pamphlets, essays, studies, clippings, reports, meeting minutes, conference materials, and ephemera.
File contains one pin, two clippings from The Daily News dated March 8, 1993 regarding Gloria Steinmen's visit to Halifax and Dalhousie's Women's Centre, an invitation to a show for International Women's Day 1993, and one clipping from The Mail Star dated December 21, 1992.
Series contains pins and other apparel produced for LGBT events such as Halifax pride, or featuring pro-LGBT messages. Items in this series were collected and worn by members of Lesbian and Gay Rights Nova Scotia [LGRNS].
Item is onepink pin in the shape of a triangle that reads "First they came for the Jews and I did not speak out- because I was not a Jew. Then they came for the communists and I did not speak out- because I was not a communist. Then they came for the trade unionists and I did not speak out - because I was not a trade unionist. Then they came for me - and there was no one left to speak out for me", a quote from Pastor Martin Niemoller who was taken by Nazis.
Series contains honours and distinctions awarded to Janet Conners in recognition of her involvement in the Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Blood System in Canada [the Krever Inquiry], and her subsequent advocacy work for persons living with HIV/AIDS. Materials include honorary degrees, awards, fellowships, and other distinctions, as well as associated programs, invitations, and forms.
File contains one pin from Halifax Pride 1997. Pin has a white background with a border of small triangles in rainbow colours, with a blue cross and pink triangle in the centre with text above and below that reads "Pride—1997".