Fonds consists of materials collected by Ronald Justin Inness about ships and shipping companies, including pamphlets, manuscripts, clippings, and correspondence. Fonds also contains manuscripts written by Ronald Justin Inness about the Innes' genealogy.
File includes artwork of the Mary Celeste by Rudolph Ruzicka, Leslie Victor Smith, and John Worsley; a panting of the Amazon ship; and models of the Mary Celeste held at the Atlantic Companies, Mariners Museum, and Mystic Museum.
File contains a poster regarding the Mary Celeste from Walter De Wolfe's Craft Shop (undated) and a pamphlet titled "The Mary Celeste - The Odyssey of an Abandoned Ship" by The Atlantic Companies (1942).
Item is a press photograph of Ellen Ballon touring the West Point Military Academy, where she performed as a guest soloist with their symphonic band. Pictured with her are cadets, R.B. Dean, Jr. of Forest Hills, New York; Gordon Gould, Jr. of Mobile, Atlanta; and J.A. Martell of Worcester, Massachusetts.
Item is a press photograph of Ellen Ballon with three cadets from the West Point Military Academy, where she performed as a guest soloist with their symphonic band. Pictured with her are R.B. Dean, Jr. of Forest Hills, New York; Gordon Gould, Jr. of Mobile, Atlanta; and J.A. Martell of Worcester, Massachusetts.
File includes photographs of Joshua Dewis at Refugee Cove; a 1967 Mary Celeste stamp; Captain Robert W. McLellan's gravestone; Joshua Dewis' gravestone; Sarah Briggs' harmonium; and Mary Celeste plaque at Spencer's Island.
File is an audio reel containing an interview with occupational therapy instructor Myra Kennedy about the teaching-by-phone strategy. In order to offer a graduate level course, Dalhousie's School of Occupational Therapy connected grad students by phone to professors at the Medical University of South Carolina. It was the first instance of a teaching-by-telephone course at an international level. The interview was conducted by Dalhousie's Angela Yazbek. The episode was recorded on November 17.
File contains documents relating to Hall's appointments for adjunct professor and visiting distinguished professor at Arizona State University in the Center for Biology and Society. Materials include correspondence and offer letters including job details.
File contains background materials used at mettings of the International Ocean Institute (IOI) with the Department of Political Science at Dalhousie University, and with the UN (United Nations) University for Peace on the development of a Virtual University for the Ocean. The package includes a "Proposal for the Establishment of the IOI Virtual University" by Elisabeth Mann Borgese, along with letters of support for the venture, syllabi, and other reports and summaries.
File contains research notes by Anthony Pugh and three programs for performances of Claude Debussy's opera "Pelléas et Mélisande" by the Orchestre National de France and Choeur de Radio France, the Canadian Opera Company, and at the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign).
File contains correspondence related to persons or organizations associated with the letter "J". These include the Journal of Experimental Zoology, Philippe Janvier, Johns Hopkins Medical Institute, and David Jablonski of the University of Chicago. Materials include the University of Chicago seeking Hall as an applicant for Chairman of their Department of Organismal Biology and Anatomy.
File contains correspondence with the Non-Governmental Organization Section of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs. File also includes invitations for International Ocean Institute participants to UN-sponsored conferences for NGOs.
File contains a copy of Budge Wilson's short story "The Dandelion Garden : A Modern Fable for Elderly Children," as it appeared in the "Integrated Language Arts Anthology" (1995) for Grade 6 students, and two copies of the Permissions Request form from ScottForesman to Budge Wilson for the non-exclusive reprint rights to this short story (originally published in her anthology "The Dandelion Garden and Other Stories").
File contains correspondence between Budge Wilson and her copy editor Erin Dewitt, publisher Harcourt Brace, and Leona Trainer from Stoddart Publishing, regarding her short story anthology "Mothers and Other Strangers."
File contains correspondence with Nobuhiro Habuto, the Deputy Director of the Foreign News Department, NHK (on Part XI of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, and ocean-mining), correspondence with and Guyana Ambassador to the United Nations Samuel R. Insanally (also on Part XI). All correspondence is outgoing only.
File contains an annotated proof of Budge Wilson's short story anthology "The Dandelion Garden and Other Stories," with a cover memorandum to "Patrick" from "Michael" (Michael L. Green) regarding corrections to be made.
File contains an annotated proof of Budge Wilson's short story anthology "The Dandelion Garden and Other Stories," with a letter from Michael L. Green to Wilson and a page of handwritten notes by Wilson.
File contains drafts of, and research for, program notes by Anthony Pugh pertaining to works by Erich Wolfgang Korngold, which were featured in the New Brunswick Summer Music Festival of August 20-26, 1995. The file includes the program for the festival, Pugh's program notes, and correspondence between Robert Kortgaard from the Centre for Musical Arts, University of New Brunswick and the Erich Wolfgang Korngold Society, and Kortgaard and Cambria Master Recordings and Publishing. Kortgaard was the Director of the Music Festival.
File contains correspondence regarding Budge Wilson's book "The Leaving," which was awarded various honours by the American Library Association (ALA) and the New York Public Library: Horn Book Fanfare, School Library Journal Best Book of the Year, an ALA Notable Book Award, a Best Book for Young Adults from the American Library Association, and short listed for the book list Best Book of the Year Award.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of The Word is Out, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode is live from the 1993 March on Washington for for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation. The episode was recorded on April 25, 1993, and was broadcasted on May 4, 1993, and May 5, 1993.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of The Word is Out, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features clips from the March on Washington. These include: Robin Tyler (3 min. 36 sec.), Pat Ireland (1 min. 40 sec.), Jamie Anderson (3 min. 46 sec.), as well as Eartha Kitt, Liz Torres, Brenda Russe, and Martha Walsh. The episode was recorded in April 1993, and was broadcasted in May 1993.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of The Word is Out, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features more information from the March on Washington, including Robin Tyler (who emceed the main rally) and singer Melissa Etheridge. The episode was recorded on May 2, 1993.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of The Word is Out, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features an interview by CKDU's Dan Smith with Doctor Roger Roffman of The ARIES Project in Seattle, which offered a group counselling line for men concerned about safer sex for free. The episode was recorded on June 25, 1993, and was broadcasted on July 20, 1993, and August 23, 1993.
File contains correspondence with Bhagwat Singh; Krista Singleton-Cambage; Neroni Slade; Gillian Sorensen; Fergus Watt; and Michael Zammit Cutajar. File also includes brochure for the "International Year of the Ocean Asia-Pacific Conference," held in Brisbane Australia on September 26, 1998, and an NGO/DPI ballot.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of The Word is Out, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features a discussion on American television personality and drag queen RuPaul, and live information from the March on Washington. The episode was recorded on April 25, 1993.
File contains copies of letters from Joel Taxel, editor of "The New Advocate," and Allyn M. Johnston, senior editor of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers, to Paul Wiseman, executive editor of Philomel Books.
File is an audio reel containing a lecture by Cindy Patton from the Department of Communications and Rhetoric at Temple University, Philadelphia. Patton gave a lecture, entitled "Women and AIDS," at St. Mary's University on January 13, 1993. It aired on CKDU the same day and was rebroadcast January 20, 1993 on The Evening Affair; January 27, 1993 at 11 am; February 23, 1993 on Living After Diagnosis; August 23, 1993 on The Evening Affair; and April 19, 1994 on The Evening Affair.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of The Word is Out, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode features interviews from the March on Washington. These include: Jane for PLAG (60 sec.), Dan interviewing two women from Vancouver, Dan interviewing two men from Toronto (60 sec.), and Vancouver Member of Parliament Svend Robinson (8 min. 50 sec.). The episode was recorded on May 2, 1993.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of New World Stories, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. The episode features the short story The Lottery by American writer Shirley Jackson. The episode aired on January 10, 1993, and was rebroadcasted on January 12, 1993 at 9:30AM, and May 18, 1993 at 10:00AM.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of New World Stories, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. The episode features ethical culture with American writer Justin Spring. The episode aired on March 13, 1993, and was rebroadcasted on March 16, 1993.