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Colchester (N.S. : County) Educational and research institutions
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1914 senior class and staff of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College

File contains a black and white photograph of the students of the senior class and staff of NSAC in 1914. Pictured are: (from left to right) Row 1 - P. Sandford, R. Sandford, N. Lawrence, E. Hogan, A.C. Starr, C.R. Starr, R.W. Starr, A. Wood, R.R. McKenzie, G.C. Atkinson, G.F. Collingwood Row 2 - W.E. Whitehead, R. Schafheitlin (? scratched), F.A. Dobson, T. Murphy, B.H. Landells (B.S.A), J.E. Barteaux (M.A.), H.W. Smith (B.Sc.), L.C. Harlow (B.A.B.S.A.), R.D. Huddart, H.A. Butler, W. Flemming, J.M. McIntosh Row 3 - W.R. Shaw, H. Langille, M. H. Coughlin, E.W. Connolly (B.A.), W.R. Campbell (M.A.), M. Cumming (Melville) (B.A.) (B.S.A - Principal), J. Standish (V.S.), P.J. Shaw (B.A.), R.M. Lewis, J.N. McLean, N.C. McLean Row 4 - H. Buckley, JAS. Dickson, W.H. Brittain (B.S.A), J.P. Landry (Poultry), W.A. McKay (Dairying), J.M. Trueman (B.S.A), A. Illingworth, H. Freeze Row 5 - F.L. Cairns, L.G. Saunders, H. Laird, A.C. Taylor, E.C. Spicer, JAS. Bremner, A. McCunn, H. Brown, H. Logan, W.M. McCullough, L. Forsythe, P. Donat

1950's campus building works

This file contains notes, correspondence and plans for the construction of the new science building (now known as the Harlow Institute) and dormitory (Trueman Hall) and Agricultural Engineering building as well as renovations to various other school and farm buildings between 1947 and 1956 at the Truro Campus of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College. Main body of material is from 1953-1954.

Administration records

This series contains publications related to the record keeping of faculty and facilities, of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College between 1912-1986. It is arranged into three sub-series, Annual reports, Correspondences, and Facilities - Buildings.

Athletics - Nova Scotia Agricultural College 1940 hockey team

File contains a photograph of the 1940 Nova Scotia Agricultural College hockey team, named and enclosed in photographer’s frame. It belonged to Francis W. Lawrence, NSAC Class of 1940 (See also A2018-072 (UA-43)). Names on frame: Front: Newson (trainer), Murphy, LeMaine, Marshal, Spurr (Captain), Smith, King (Coach) / Middle: Gilliat, Oulton, Langille, Grant / Front: Hall, Fulton, Woolaver [sic Wallover], Robinson.

Athletics - early Nova Scotia Agricultural College sports teams

File contains an 8.5 x 11 inch glossy paper print of two photos showing the [194?] Nova Scotia Agricultural College Hockey and Basketball teams. - Hockey team comprised of : L. Spurr ; E. Munro ; D. Milligan ; B. Chafe ; H. LeMoine ; K. Murray ; V. Heighton ; A. Blinkhorn ; C. Rogers ; F. Wade ; C Gilliatt ; and B. Oulton ; - Basketball team comprised of : M. MacKinnon ; Jim Wright ; M. E. Neary ; G Palmer ; R MacKichan ; F. Wade ; R Harvey ; C. Gilliatt ; C. Rogers ; D. MacNamara ; A . Blenkhorn ; A. Perlin.

Contract for Cumming Hall

This file contains the contract for Cumming Hall, the administration and classroom building on the Nova Scotia Agricultural College campus to be completed on or by November 24, 1912. The contract describes the work to be done, and the materials to be used in the additions and alterations to Agricultural College from the drawings and superintendence of Andrew R. Cobb, Architect, Halifax, N.S. “Set no. 5”

Correspondence with the Institute for Early Childhood Education and Developmental Services

  • MS-2-650.1998-086, Box 21, Folder 27
  • File
  • July 21, 1998 - November 11, 1998
  • Part of Budge Wilson fonds

File contains correspondence from, and copies of Budge Wilson's correspondence to, the Institute for Early Childhood Education and Developmental Services (IECEDS) in Truro, Nova Scotia regarding Wilson's guest speech at their convocation. The file also contains a copy of a newspaper clipping with the Fall graduates, a copy of the convocation program, and Brenda Putnam's introductory speech for Wilson.

Crest and motto

This file contains two crests designed for the Nova Scotia Agricultural College by Doug Edit, as well as a copy of a letter about NSAC crests from Doug Edit to Tom Smith in1995. Also contains a document titled "Mens agitat molem", it explains the motto for the Nova Scotia Agricultural College.

Facilities - buildings

This sub-series contains designs, blueprints, and correspondences of the construction and renovation of buildings on the Nova Scotia Agricultural College campus. These were published between 1912-1986.

Historical materials

This series contains reports, drawings, correspondences, books, and photos regarding the history of the Nova Scotia Agriculture College. This includes the institute's early drafts for motto and crest, past principal's signatures, and contribution to the provincial government between 1913-2005.

History of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College

This sub-series contains records created by the Nova Scotia Agricultural College or about the NSAC. They include documents and photographs on educational resources, letters, memos, newspapers, articles, newsletters, new building plans, MacRae speech notes, a bound history of the NSAC, agricultural education plans in the province, and the 75th anniversary committee file.

Janet M. Eaton fonds

  • MS-2-699
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1980] - [ca. 1989]
Fonds consists of Janet M. Eaton's materials regarding her professional involvement with the Canadian Association for Adult Education and the Continuous Learning Association of Nova Scotia. Fonds includes meeting minutes, reports, correspondence, conference programmes, and other textual records.

Eaton, Janet

Janet M. Eaton's records regarding the Continuous Learning Association of Nova Scotia's 1984 annual meeting and conferences

File includes the Continuous Learning Association of Nova Scotia board of directors' meeting minutes and agenda, financial statement, a typescript written by Tom Jones on the Continuous Learning Association of Nova Scotia's meeting, a booklet entitles "Building competitiveness: a white paper on economic development produced by the province of Nova Scotia, and a poster of the CBC Television's series "A planet for the taking" with David Suzuki.
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