Item is a list of the first directors of the Eye Level Gallery Society, created on November 21, 1974. The list identifies ten individuals who were to serve on the board until November 18, 1975: John Greer (artist), David Haigh (artist), Joyce Hanson (artist), Julia Schmitt Healy (artist), Mary Kenny (photographer), Keith Laws (accountant), Karl MacKeeman (artist), Hatti Prentiss (writer), Donald Purdy (businessman), and Roger Savage (artist).
Item is memo for a general membership meeting that happened at the Eye Level Gallery on April 17, 1975. The letter identified agenda items, which included a discussion policy, the slide bank, a gallery newsletter and a new space for next year. The letter is from Julia Schmitt Healy.
Item is a newspaper clipping about Bertha Wilson published in Dalumni. The article provides a biographical sketch of Wilson that touches on how former Dean of Law Horace Read did not want Wilson to enter the Law School.
Item is a photocopied man of McNab's Island and Lawlor Island in the Halifax Harbour. The map indicates property lines, place names, and the location of houses and farms on the island. The photocopy is spread over two pieces of paper.
Item is a newspaper clipping with two short columns. One column is a letter to the editor by M. J. Harvey called "Not A Waste Of Money." This letter is in reference to another letter by Floyd Day about the future of McNab's Island. The second column is called "Nose for News" and is from the Christian Science Monitor. The clipping is from the Mail-Star.
Item consists of three typed cutlines for photographs taken on McNab's Island. The cutlines describe a pier on McNab's Island and Mrs. Farrant, an inhabitant of the island. Two of the cutlines are the same. The cutlines are typed on thin paper with corrections written in pencil.
Item is a newspaper clipping from an unknown newspaper that contains two short articles. The first article is called "McNab: WIldlife Esperts To Air Views" and is about decisions related to the recreational use of McNab's Island. The second article is called "'A Bit Out Of The Ordinary'" and is about a court case against James Herbert Messervey that was sent to the Supreme Court. There is no author named for either article.
Item is a pamphlet published by the Friends of McNabs Island Society. The pamphlet is called "To Protect and Preserve: McNabs Island." The pamphlet is about how the area is threatened by a proposed sewage plant. It appears that a membership form that was included with the pamphlet has been detached.
Item is a letter from C. Burton Coutts for the Citizens Committee, Allan Street Residents to Her Worship Mayor Moira Ducharme and members of City Council. The letter is about abnormal and excessive traffic on Monastery Lane and Allan Street. The letter also has notes written in shorthand on the back of it.
Item is a pamphlet published by Halifax Harbour Cleanup Inc. called "Facts you should know about harbour cleanup." The pamphlet provides information about harbour cleanup and a planned sewage treatment plant near McNab's Island.
Item is volume 1, number 3 of Clean Currents, a publication of Halifax Harbour Cleanup Inc. The issue is a special edition published in winter/spring 1992. The issue includes photographs, illustrations, and maps related to a proposed sewage treatment plant near McNab's island.
Item is the 1992-1993 annual report from Halifax harbour Cleanup Inc. The report is an overview the company's activities related to a proposed sewage treatment plant near McNab's Island, including financial statements. The report is in the form of a large booklet and contains several illustrations.
Item is a community annual report for 1991-1992 published by Halifax Harbour Cleanup Inc. The report is about a proposed sewage treatment plant near McNab's Island in Halifax Harbour, including projected costs of the plant.
Item is issue number 5 of Clean Currents, a publication from Halifax Harbour Cleanup Inc. The issue was published in spring/summer 1993. The issue is about harbour cleanup, a proposed sewage treatment plant near McNab's Island, and the environmental assessment.
Item is the Autumn 1993 issue of The Rucksack: Newsletter of the Friends of McNabs Island Society. The newsletter is edited by Anne Marie Feetham. The newsletter includes some photographs taken on the island and information about membership and meetings.
Item is issue number 4 of Clean Currents, a publication of Halifax Harbour Cleanup Inc. The issue was published in Winter 1993. The issue is about their harbour cleanup project, environmental assessment, and a sewer consolidation program.
Item is a handwritten letter from Barbara Hinds to someone named Anne, possibly Anne West. The letter is about a layout, possibly for a newspaper article, and a rededication that is related to the Halifax Public Gardens. There is a second piece of paper with the letter, with contact information for Anne West on it.
Item is a journal kept by Captain John Harris (c. 1775-1825) during a voyage on the sloop 'Dart,' commencing May 22, 1813. Harris also used the journal during two 1815 voyages on other vessels. He recorded occurrences on board the boat 'Prince Regent' during a trip from Annapolis towards Halifax in August 1815. He also recorded occurrences on board the schooner 'Laurence' during a trip from Annapolis towards Barbados in 1815.
Item is a Christmas and New Year card from J. Philip Dumaresq & Associates Architects, Engineers & Planners of Halifax, Nova Scotia. The front of the card features a drawing of the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building at Dalhousie University, the Centennial Confederation project for the Province of Nova Scotia.
Item consists of two copies of the Dalhousie University Bulletin, Inauguration Number 4, from the inauguration of Carleton W. Stanley as president of Dalhousie University. The bulletin contains the program of the event, a photograph of Stanley, transcriptions of addresses given at the event, and a list of delegates from other universities.
Item is a ticket to an ethics class taught by Professor Ross at Dalhousie College during the 1863-1864 session. James Baxter's name is written on the back of the ticket. The ticket is in a white envelope with Baxter's name written on it.
Item is a ticket to a metaphysics, esthetics, and belles-lettres class at Dalhousie College. The class was taught by WIlliam Lyall during the 1863-1864 session. James Baxter's names is written on the back of the ticket.
Item is the Dalhousie Alumni Magazine, Volume 1, Number 2, published in Winter 1985. The issue is a special issue about Women at Dalhousie in honour of the Dalhousie women's centennial and includes an article about Margaret Florence Newcombe, the first woman to graduate from Dalhousie.