File contains two copies of a sheet of lyrics for school songs and "yells" (or cheers). Most of the cheers are for Dalhousie but the sheet also includes cheers for Pine Hill, Acadia, King's, and Mount Allison. The sheets were printed by Weeks Printing Co., Ltd. in Halifax.
File contains three copies of a piece of sheet music called "Dalhousie, Dalhousie!" The music was written by Douglas Clarke and the words were written by an anonymous author. The score is written for voice and piano.
Item is an undated list typed on Mount Saint Vincent University letterhead recording the names and associated convents of Catholic sisters. Some of the names have pencilled numbers or checks beside them.
File contains a scrapbook assembled by Ruth Marilyn (Goodman) Pink commemorating events from her graduation from Dalhousie University and a few years after. The scrapbook contains programs from Dalhousie Glee Club and other musical performances; a 1936 Dalhousie convocation program; congratulatory telegrams and greeting cards sent to Goodman; remnants of dried flowers; dance cards; place cards with attached pencils; menus; a Valentine card and other greeting cards. There are also photographs of Ruth Goodman; Rose Goodman; Jeanette Goodman; members of the Class of 1936; unidentified family and friends; White Point Beach; the Annapolis Valley; Pictou Lodge; and Sydney. A copy of Alice Simensky's obituary (1918-2015) is tucked into the back of the scrapbook.
File contains a Pride Week Proclamation for Pictou County; text of an article titled "Gays and Lesbians Marvel at Phenomenal Gains"; and clippings about Veldhoven's marriage to Norman Carter, Carter's death, and Veldhoven's activism.
File is the Nova Scotia Association of Garden Clubs History Update 2009- 2014 by Arthur Haskins. The Nova Scotia Association of Garden Clubs became an entity in 1954 as the result of the work of the Rural Beautification Project Committee. In 1944, the Rural Beautification Committee was appointed by the Honorable John A. MacDonald, minister of Agriculture, to come up with a plan for rural beautification projects. Mr. Nick Jankov, a Landscape Specialist, began working with the Agricultural Representatives, Women’s Institutes, Home and School Associations and Service Clubs, to begin formulating a long term plan for Rural Beautification around the province. The Nova Scotia Association of Garden Clubs (NSAGC) is made up of garden clubs and horticultural societies from all areas of Nova Scotia. The NSAGC is the coordinating body for organized gardening groups in the province and is guided by an elected board of directors, whose members come from the different districts of Nova Scotia. The district representative, also known as the district director, serves as the link between the individual clubs and the NSAGC board. The main objective of the NSAGC is to promote the general landscape beautification of the Province of Nova Scotia, by promoting community beautification and encouraging the formation of horticultural groups (garden clubs) which will procure interest in all phases of home gardening and ornamental horticulture in their areas.
File contains original set design drawings and a copy of the light plot design for Neptune Theatre's production of "Mesa," directed by Charlie Rhindress and designed by D'Arcy Morris-Poultney (set) and Leigh Ann Vardy (lights).
File contains the original set designs and copies of the light plot designs for Neptune Theatre's production of "Sexy Laundry," directed by Marcia Kash and designed by D'Arcy Morris-Poultney (set) and Leigh Ann Vardy (lights).
File contains original and annotated copies of the set designs and annotated copies of the light plot design for Neptune Theatre's production of "The Devil's Disciple," directed by C. Newton and designed by David Boechler (set) and Leigh Ann Vardy (lights).
File includes correspondence with Fisheries and Oceans, Pacific and Freshwater Fisheries Canada, Supply and Services Canada, and Dalhousie University. Correspondents include Roy Cheeseman; Aldo Chircop; Garry Comber (Secretary-Treasurer of ICOD); David Copp; Jeanne-Mance Cote (administrative assistant to the President of ICOD); Heather Creech; Luc Cuyvers; Mary Jo Duncan. File includes a copy of International Ocean Institute (IOI) statutes and lists IOI Board of Trustees. File contains one piece of personal correspondence.
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 set designs for Neptune Theatre's production of "Harlem Duet," directed by Alison Sealy Smith and designed by Denyse Karn. The technical director for the production was Scott Miller. The designs are drawn to the scale of 1/2" = 1'.
File includes correspondence and agreements with publishers and magazines. Correspondents include Basic Books; Duke University Press; Future; GEO magazine; Interdisciplinary Science Reviews (regarding Borgese's "Mediterranean Project").
File contains correspondence with Ruud Lubbers (on the United Nations Oceans Assembly proposal), Senator Allan J. MacEachen, Francois Napoleon Bailet and Canadian Finance Minister Paul Martin (on the notion of a Tobin Tax).
File contains correspondence with Paolo Fulci, the Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Italy to the United Nations, on Elisabeth Mann Borgese's proposal to establish a United Nations Ocean Assembly. File also contains correspondence with Canadian Member of Parliament Charles Caccia, on the "Halifax Declaration" reached at Pacem in Marbius (PIM) XXVI.
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.