File contains a photograph of Marq de Villiers as a small child, wearing a pith helmet and holding a sand shovel, and a photograph marked on the back with "Marq's oupa [grandfather] looking at the dam [with] Terry and Jennifer, Leo's children." On Marq's website, this image appears with the caption: "With grandfather and sister, surveying the state of the world’s water, 1944."
File contains 13 photographs that have been cut and mounted onto five sheets of board to create a panoramic view of the shoreline from Mahone Bay to Mader's Cove. The photographs are numbered on the front with felt pen.
Item consists of a photograph taken by Susan Perly, showing Hope McPhee and Nolan Reilly (standing), two of co-organizers of the First Roscoe Fillmore Memorial Picnic, having a discussion in front of several unidentified seated Picnic attendees, Sackville, Nova Scotia, July 1978.
Item consists of a photograph taken by Susan Perly, showing Charlie Murray addressing a crowd at the First Roscoe Fillmore Memorial Picnic, Sackville, Nova Scotia, July 1978. Four unidentified people stand in the foreground.
Item consists of a photograph taken by Susan Perly, of Hope V. McPhee (green shirt) and two other unidentified people conversing at First Roscoe Fillmore Memorial Picnic, Sackville, Nova Scotia, July 1978.
Item consists of a photograph taken by Susan Perly, showing a group of unidentified people standing outside Charlie and Kaye Murray's home during the First Roscoe Fillmore Memorial Picnic, Sackville, Nova Scotia, July 1978.
Item consists of a photograph taken by Susan Perly, of Charlie and Kaye Murray and Nolan and Sharon Reilly, and several other unidentified person, chatting at the First Roscoe Fillmore Memorial Picnic, Sackville, Nova Scotia, July 1978.
Item is a publicity photograph of Tim Buck (1891-1973). Buck was the general secretary of the Communist Party of Canada from 1929-1962. The photograph was taken by Yousuf Karsh (1908-2002), a celebrated portrait photographer.
File comprises four letters sent from Fred Thompson to John Bell between July and October, 1976. The letters provide a recounting of Thompson's time in Halifax as a labourer and labour activist and reveal an ongoing discussion between Bell and Thompson regarding labour issues and labour history.
Collection consists of a booklet about the history of the No. 7 Stationary Hospital, correspondence of nursing matron Laura Hubley, a book of signatures of the unit's members, and correspondence and a small album containing postcards sent by Sgt. A. Fraser Tupper (who worked with the unit in 1916 and 1917) to his nephew, Ralph Kane.
Canada. Canadian Army Medical Corps. Canadian Stationary Hospital, no. 7
File contains two copies of a photograph of the officers, nursing sisters, N.C.Os and men of the No. 7 Stationary Hospital C.E.F., Dalhousie Unit. The photograph shows the soldiers and nursing sisters sitting or standing in four rows with snow on the ground and buildings in the background. Some names are written in pencil on one of the copies.
Fonds consists of: three postcards featuring a photograph of medical residents (ca. 1923/1924) and various diplomas and certificates; two photographs of Dr. Ernest Glenister, dated approximately 1945 and 1960; one photograph of Dalhousie University medical residents, class of 1925.
Fonds consists of a Hector Pothier's medical school diploma, a Dalhousie song book (ca. 1912-1913), photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, election paraphernalia, invoices, and speeches made to the Nova Scotia Legislature.
Fonds consists of J. Gordon Duff's professional records, including correspondence, pharmacy history and research materials, photographs, and records of the Dalhousie College of Pharmacy, Dalhousie University Faculty of Health, and various pharmacy associations.
Item, a photograph, is related to material found in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album, [between 1940 and 1959]. The photograph was taken at the site of the Cobb house, which is not visible, but was built in 1760.
Item, a photograph, shows the wireless telegraph machine that was installed in the Mackay-Bennett in New York in order to cover the international race for the America Cup for the New York Herald. Sir Thomas Lipton's yacht, Shamrock, challenged but lost to the defending champion, Columbia.