File contains the materials used in the “Is this our Aggie?” exhibit in March 2017 prepared for the African Heritage display at the MacRae library. Included are timelines for Wilfred A. Costa and Wilfred Aldophus DeCosta and “Passing the Torch” - Dalhousie libraries African Heritage month 2017 flyer.
Fonds contains graphic and textual material created by Dalhousie University's Faculty of Agriculture from the time of its establishment when the Nova Scotia Agricultural College and Dalhousie University merged in 2012. Series' include photographs and records related to events held on the faculty of Agriculture campus.
File is a time capsule created by the Class of 2012, the last class of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College before its merger with Dalhousie University. The capsule contains approximately 50 articles deposited by graduating students, including pictures, a bottle of wine made at the college, frosh beanies, written memories, a synopsis of NSAC and banquet programs. The project was initiated by Matthew Lawless, co-chair of the graduating class, Jonathan Waugh and Jessica Dowe, and the capsule was built by NSAC engineering technician Chris Nelson.
Collection contains textual material about Dalhousie University's Faculty of Agriculture from the time of their creation when the Nova Scotia Agricultural College and Dalhousie University merged in 2012. Series include strategic plans, academic calendars, and events on the Dalhousie University Faculty of Agriculture campus..
Item is a book titled Memories : then and now : autobiographies of the [Nova Scotia Agricultural College]class of '62  : a look at the past 42 years. It includes the memoirs of professor Ian Fraser, the reprint of the "Class of '62 pip dream, 35 autobiographies, photographs, and an "In Memoriam" section.
Item is a graduation photograph of Nova Scotia Agricultural College student, Carl Duivenvoorden of Armstrong Brook, N.B., in May 1983. Duivenvoorden was winner of the Governor General's Medal and the Bronze Distinction Award.
File is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine, First Year Class - 1981-1982. The photograph consists of portraits of Valerie Adams, Michael Armitage, Karen Arnold, David Assaff, Blaine Beaton, Carol Boutilier-Kendall, Sandra Brown, Peta Brunsdon, Clay Butler, Charles Butts, Jean Cameron, Ian Campbell, Jeffrey Champion, Michael Chandler, Gregory Clark, Kevin Clarke, Moira Cooper, Ian Dempsey, Pamela Doig, Mary Boyle, Carolyn Drysdale, Hans Dy, Lisbi Eapen, George Eyerer, David Fagan, Stephen Fitzpatrick, Kenneth Fletcher, Michael Flynn, Cynthia Forbes, Mark Foster, Darrell Gallant, Christopher Gardiner, Valerie Gilbert, Glenn Gill, Judith Graham, Ian Grant, Karen Hann, Gordon HOllway, Joseph Horan, Michael Howlett, Khaled Instrun, Umesh Jain, Dilprett Jammu, John Jollymore, Eilen Jost, Sylvia Kaptein, Douglas Kohlsmith, Daniel Landry, Bonny Lee, John Li, Margo Lindener, Renee Lutwick, Scott MacDiarmid, Bernard MacGregor, Annette MacIntyre, David MacKenzie, Christopher MacKinnon, Catherine MacLean, Terrence MaGennis, Colin Mann, Elizabeth Massarelli, Donna McCulloch, Anne McDonah, Ellen McKeough, John McNeil, Patrick Melanson, Kent Monteith, Alfred Morais, Thomas Muise, Terrence Murphy, Suzanne O'Hanley, Richard Paxton, Leo Pereira, Stephen Pond, Ellen Power, Jan Prsala, Mai Riives, Dale Robinson, Susan Roche, Timothy Rourke, Gary Rubin, Asutosh Ruparelia, Yolande Samson, Kevein Schnare, Anil Sharma, Atul Sharma, William Sigsworth, Philip Smith, Wesley Stephen, Ross Thomas, Barbara Tiller, Patricia Towney, Achla Vats, Claire Weeks, Lyle Weston, Ronald Wojcik, David Woodbury, Main Yee.
Item is a photograph of five students during orientation, or frosh, week, at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College. There are four students wearing beanies, two are standing on chairs and the other two are shaving the legs of those standing on the chairs.
File is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine, Fourth Year Class - 1977-1978. The photograph consists of portraits of Wendy, Amirault, Vincenzo Arcieri-Piersanti, Duncan Armstrong, John Baker, Jane Barlow, Harris Barton, Laurence Barzelai, Gordon Beck, Helen Bell, Allen Bishop, Joanne Blaxland, Kevin Bonner, Benjamin Boucher, Alan Buckley, George Burden, Robert Burris, Kenneth Chen, Mark Clark, Jacqueline Cloney, Alban Comeau, Robert Cooper, Gary Costain, Anthony Costantino, Warren Crooks, Yolands D'Intino, Thomas Davies, Carolyn Dean, Margaret Dingle, Rebecca Dobson, Anne Drysdale, Bruce Dykeman, Jacquelyn Evans, Leon Everett, Michael Fleming, Pamela Forsythe, Catherine George,Thomas Goulding, Robert Graham, Elizabeth Guptill, William Harper, David Hirsch, Brian Horsman, Keith Jackson, Shawn Jennings, David Kallio, Patrick Killorn, Thomas Laughlin, Joseph Lawen, Norman Lister, Mary Lobban, Harold MacCausland, Diane MacDonald, Francis MacDonald, Linda MacDonald, Robert MacDonald, Alexander MacDougall, John Roy MacEachern, David MacRae, Bernard McIntyre, Roger McKelvey, Monica McNeill, Ronald Milne, Thomas Morgan, Thomas Murphy, Michael Murphy, Gerald Wyatt, Richard Nason, Attilio Negro, Paul Newton, Patrick O'Connor, Mihkel Oja, Dustan Osborn, Thomas Park, Robert Paterson, James Poirier, Allen Rodgers, Rita Ruparelia, Sonia Russell, Beatriz Sainz, Brian Schnare, Robert Sliver, Thomas Simpson, Paul Smith, Robert Taylor, Anna Timell, Brenda Tomilson, Hendrik Visser, William Vlahos, Earle Wadden, Bruce Walmsley, Robert Webb, Elric Winter.
File is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine, First Year Class - 1977-1978. The photograph consists of portraits of David Abriel, Brian Armson, Kenney Atkins, Daniel Bedecki, Stephen Belgrave, Stephen Bolton, Joseph Boudreau, Mary Ann Bramstrup, Christopher Brandys, Michael, Chapman, Stever Connor, Roger Cook, Robert Coombs, Kim Crawford, John Cusack, Gudarz Davar, Bruce Demont, David Elliott, Joanne Embree, Ronald Fontaine, Lynn Fraser, Christopher Gallant, Patrick Gill, William Goodine, Mary Gorman, Susan Gray, Ashim Guha, Joan Guptill, Gregory Haines, Richard Hall, Carl Hannah, Daniel Harrigan, Barbara Hayden, Elizabeth Johnson, Anthony Kelly, Carter Kennedy, Mary Kernohan, David King, George Knight, Howard Lamb, Sharon LItz, Colin Lockhart, Gerard Losier, Shirley Maccara, Owen Maccausland, Kathryn Maccullam, William MacDonald, Peter MacKean, James MacKillop, Karen MacLeod, Robert MacNeill, Rayma MacPherson, Joan MacVicar, Roxanne Malenbaum, Richard Manuel, Donald Mcdonah, Elizabeth Mcinerney, Graham Miles, Hugh Monteith, Bruce Montgomery, Rachel Morehouse, Nancy Morrison, Victoria Morrison, Robert Mullan, Johnson Ngan, Marie O'Hanley, Paul Oar, Kevin Orrell, Shawna Perlin, Edwin Pineau, Gordon Plummer, Peter Poulos, Mary Pushie, William Rice, David Ross, Arthur Ryan, Christopher Seamone, Brian Shaw, Cathryn Smith, Preston Smith, Stephen Smith, Erich Sperker, Barbara Stanford, Daniel Steeves, Nolan Stein, John Sullivan, George Sutherland, Johnathan Taylor, David Tilley, Rose Anne Tubetti, Ben Umeze, Gary Vaughan, Avon Wakefield, Elizabeth Weld, Patrick Whelan, Celina White, James Whitlock, Robin Wilson
File contains negative photographs of the August 1976 Nova Scotia Agricultural College Open House. There are 4 sets of negatives, they include people sitting at tables outdoors around a field in 1970s era clothing, people watching a marching pipes and drum band, some of the photographs feature the campus barn and silos in background, one shows Clydesdale horses pulling a wagon with approx. 8 people seated.
Item is a photograph of someone in the control room at CKDU Radio in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The photograph was taken by Tom Mooney for the Dalhousie University Photography Department. The photograph appeared in University News, Volume 6, Number 5, published on October 31, 1975. File also contains an index card with information about the photograph.
File is a photograph of various Dalhousie Faculty of Medicine Awards. Photograph was published in 1973 edition of MeDal by Dalhousie Medical Alumni. Individuals in photo are Maris Anderson, Sister Nuala Patricia Kenny, Michele P. Gagnon, and Michael Antle.
File is a photograph of various Dalhousie Faculty of Medicine Awards. Photograph was published in 1973 edition of MeDal by Dalhousie Medical Alumni. Individuals in photo are Jakob A. Meyerhoff, Russell H.T. King, and E.S. McClellan.
Item is a photograph of Dalhousie students in the 1971/1972 and 1972/3 Transition Year Program class, posed in front of the TYP house before leaving on a trip with TYP instructor Burnley (Rocky) Jones to visit the TYP program at the University of Toronto.
(Back row) Kerry Best; Sandra (née Oliver) Miller; Alister Coward; Lynn Jones; Ronnie Sparks (Middle Row) Beverley (née Johnson) McFadden; Norma Williams (Front Row) Herbie Desmond; Keith Marshal; Danny Williams; Lex Bizzeth ABSENT: Roxanne Barton
File is a photograph of various Dalhousie Faculty of Medicine Awards. Photograph was published in 1973 edition of MeDal by Dalhousie Medical Alumni. Individuals in photo are William J. Taylor, Terrence J. Montague, Brian T. Mann, and L. Clayton Dymond.
Item is a photograph of the 1964-1965 Dalhousie Law School Inter-Faculty Basketball Team. The photograph shows P.A. Herrndorf, F.D. Medjuck, D.H. McDougall, T.R.B. Donahoe, J.R. Grant, W.C. West, D.A. Gray, G.C. Hawco, and I.H. MacDonald sitting on bleachers in three rows.
File contains the digital scans of 7 pages from Vernon Kelly's photograph album. Mr. Kelly graduated from NSAC in 1965; the sheets contain photographs of himself and life on the Nova Scotia Agricultural College campus .
Fonds consists of photographs, campus publications, newspaper clippings, patches and a class ring collected by Evans Estabrooks while attending the Nova Scotia Agricultural College from 1960-1962. There is also correspondence, photographs, and a copy of “Memories, Then and Now: Autobiographies of the Class of 1962,” which was created by Alumni Relations for the 40th and 50th year class reunions.
File contains photographs of Nova Scotia Agricultural College students and faculty. Photographs were taken within buildings (laboratories, barns, library, machinery shed, and mess hall), and outdoors on campus at various spaces including farm yard, residences, and fields. These were taken approximately in the 1960's and 1970's
File contains photographs of the 1956? Nova Scotia Agricultural College Royal. The event was also called the College Show or Winter show. The event allowed students to showcase their exhibition skills of showmanship and judging. The exhibition highlighted various departments on campus as well as their newest research projects. Examples include the biology, engineering, animal husbandry, poultry departments featuring live and poster exhibits.