Item is a music notebook kept by Ellen Ballon during her childhood. The notebook contains some theory and sale exercises at the beginning of the notebook, but is largely empty. The last page includes a rough repertoire list.
The photographs show Zinka Milanov, a Croatian-born soprano singer who had a major career at the New York Metropolitan Opera. In one photograph, she is posing with a group of nine unidentified men. In the second photograph, an unidentified man is holding her an arrangement of flowers.
File contains a student essay titled, "A Search for Collective Bargaining : The Nova Scotia Government Employees Association Experience," written in 1979 by Kevin Reilly for a course on Canadian working class history taught by Dr. Gregory S. Kealey. The essay documents the history of the Nova Scotia Government Employees Association's collective bargaining experience.
Item is a drawing of the layout of a floor in a bottling plant, probably for A. Keith and Son Ltd. The drawing shows conveyor belts for empty bottles and cartons, empty bottle storage, and other unlabeled machinery.
Item is a drawing of the plan and elevations of a room in the basement of a plant in Halifax, Nova Scotia belonging to A. Keith and Son Ltd. The drawing was produced by H. E. Weeks & R. J. Fitzpatrick.
Item is a poster for workshops in conjunction with the Halifax Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Video Festival. Workshops are Activist Documentaries: How to make your own controversy with Robert Hiferty and Sex, God and Film with Phillip Roth.
Item is a photograph of The Living Typing Course, as part of Nova Scotia College of Art And Design Feminist criticism of Art Class, participation in Audio by Artists Festival. Image is a woman sitting at a reception desk.