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Bev Lamb with Prof. Cyril Byrne - Irish Students St. Mary's

File is an audio reel containing an episode of Aural History, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode is on Bev Lamb, who also hosted CKDU program Touchstone, and Cyril Byrne, Coordinator of Irish Studies at Saint Mary's. The episode aired on September 21 and was rebroadcasted in 1987.

Script for a Carol Bolt Award acceptance speech

File contains a script for an acceptance speech for the Carol Bolt Award. The speech was given by Don Hannah when accepting the Carol Bolt Award for their play "The Cave Painter." Jenny Munday acted in the play and is mentioned in the speech.

Notes for "Never drive east before noon"

File contains handwritten and typed notes taken by Jenny Munday while writing "Never Drive East Before Noon." The file also contains some dramaturgy notes about the play.

Gerard Veldhoven fonds

  • MS-15-16
  • Fonds
  • 2004 - 2020
Fonds consists of Gerard Veldhoven's published writing, correspondence and speeches.

Veldhoven, Gerald

The Impossible Museum fonds

  • Fonds
  • 2018-2020

Fonds contains a selection of documents, drawings, material samples, and images collected by D'Arcy Wilson and Lisa Bouraly during a two-year research project focused on Thomas McCulloch and Andrew Downs. The fonds is part of an exhibition, the "Impossible Museum," curated by Lisa Bouraly and featuring works by D'Arcy Wilson and Amy Malbeuf. The exhibition is presented by Eyelevel Gallery in the Thomas McCulloch Museum in the Dalhousie University Life Sciences Centre from March 5 to April 30, 2020.

Material includes a selection of texts and notes tracing Bouraly's research while preparing the exhibition. These documents were selected by Wilson from Bouraly's collection. Fonds also includes an encapsulated drawing of Thomas McCulloch, material swatches linked to one of the works in the exhibition, scraps and drawings left over from a collage, photographs of works in progress, a copy of the exhibition essay, and other material related to the exhibition. Fonds also includes photocopies of several nineteenth century texts reviewed by Bouraly during her research.

The file box includes a pair of white gloves and a list of materials in the box.

Wilson, D'Arcy

Research notes for "Morning coffee"

File contains handwritten and typed notes written by Jenny Munday while researching for her play or short story "Morning Coffee." The file also contains a draft of the story.

Twenty-five individual and group photographs of J. Gordon Duff

File consists of twenty-five individual and group photographs belonging to J. Gordon Duff. People in the photographs include: J. Gordon Duff; George A. Burbridge; R. S. Tonks; David Yung; Jessie I. MacKnight; J. Esmonde Cooke; Lloyd Preston; Judy VanDine; Ken James; Betty O'Toole; Brian Tuttle; Lou Fernandez; Sister John Bosco; Wade Kirk; Dave Fielding; Bev Wilson; Tom Pugsley; Beatrix Stimpson; Christine Irvine; Mary MacCaren; Kate Amirault; Janelle GrayRebecca Boyd; Allen Cook; Foster S. Chittick; Lois Self; Bev Blakney;Kenneth H. Chan; and Diane Carter.

Five photographs of noteable men of medicine and pharmacy

File consists of copies of five photographs of noteable men of medicine and pharmacy. The men include: Dr. Charles Tupper; William H. Simson; Frank C. Simson; John Naylor; and Thompson Durney. The pages come out of the book "50 Years of Pharmacy". The pages were originally sent to George A. Burbridge.

Photographs of graduates from the Maritime College of Pharmacy; and various group photographs

File consists of: thirteen individual photographs of graduates; eight group photographs; and four of drugs tores including McKenna's Drug Store. People in the photographs include: Genfe Keyes?; Harold Pearson; William F. Connell; William h. Manson; Eric D. Mosher; Warren Hood; Nalda Fillmore; D. M. Cox?; Dolda Rickettts?; Bliss Brown; Ina MacKenzie; Maxwell Olive; Jessie I. MacKnight; members of the Nova Scotia Pharmaceutical Society, 1932; Helen MacMillan Hiltz; Sidney Smith;

Doyle, Robert

Photographs, negatives, clippings, Dal news, proposal to the Dalhousie Theatre Department to offer a three year diploma in Costume Studies, pamphlet for the Costume Studies program. Includes Robert Doyle's obituary from the Chronicle Herald.

In this light : [annotated manuscript]

File contains a heavily annotated draft, pages out of order, with a cover page indicating "after reading changes Feb 2019 / Ken's notes Acts # 1,2,3 / April 13th 2019."

Bone Cage

Series contains materials related to the development, publication, and production of Bone Cage, including notes and research material, sketches, partial and complete manuscripts and typescripts, production records, and other material.

Bone Cage is a portrayal of life in rural Nova Scotia. The main character is Jamie, a 22 year old forestry worker doing 12-hour shifts operating a wood processor, clear-cutting for pulp. At the end of each shift, he walks through the destruction he has created looking for injured birds and animals and rescues those he can. Jamie's desire to escape this world is thwarted by his fear of leaving the place where he has some status. Bone Cage examines how young people in rural communities, employed in the destruction of the environment they love, treat the people they love at the end of their shift.

The play was written with financial support from a 1996 Canada Council grant. It was initially meant to deal with systematic violence in rural communities. While writing the play, a new character began to emerge and Banks took time to develop this one-woman show that became Bitter Rose.

Bone Cage was published by Playwrights' Canada Press. It won a national competition run by Theatre British Columbia and won the 2008 Governor General's Literary Award (English) for Drama. In October 2007, it was co-produced by Forerunner Playwrights Theatre and Ship’s Company Theatre and performed at Neptune Theatre’s Studio Stage in Halifax, Nova Scotia. It was also produced by Mulgrave Road Theatre in Guysborough, Nova Scotia, Downstream Theatre in Calgary, Alberta (2009-2010 ), and Matchstick Theatre Productions in Halifax (2017).

Convocation programs for 2019

This file contains two copies of the programs for the Spring 2019 Convocation, and two copies of the Fall Convocation. Includes information for the Honorary Degree recipients. Honorary Degrees were awarded to: Sandra L. Irving; The Right Honourable Michaelle Jean; and Selwyn Jacob.

Photograph of a map of Halifax in 1900

File consists of a photograph of a map of Halifax in 1900. The map was reproduced from Baedeker's Canada, 1907 ed. The photograph was selected for inclusion in the publication "The Lives of Dalhousie University, Vol. 1" by Peter B. Waite (page 5).
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