Item is a transcript of an interview with Stanley MacEachern. The interview was conducted by Anna Quon at the Belmont House on August 20, 2010. This was the first interview conducted as part of the Canadian Mental Health Association Halifax-Dartmouth Branch's Our Voices Matter Project. The interview touches on a wide range of topics, including Stanley's childhood in Oshawa, Ontario, life in Nova Scotia, experiences with depression and medication, work and travels, and other aspects of his personal life.
Item is the second issue of the newsletter Voice, published in April 1977 by the Gay Alliance for Equality. Voice was published by Marni Dowe and organized by the Voice Committee, which consisted of Robin Metcalfe, Deborah Trask, and Anne Fulton. Susan Longard was the typist. This issue addresses media discrimination of gays and provided coverage of other news and events. The issue contains submissions by Jim McSwain, Robin Metcalfe, Mary Ann Mancini, Anne Fulton, and Bob Stout.
The manuscript is written on fourteen folio pages and is signed at the end by Gargas, who was Chief Assistant to the Intendant. In this second doument he mentions each place visited and described the country in a most interesting manner.
This manuscript is principally concerned with the problem of the French who remained in the province after its cession to England at the Treaty of Utrecht...A considerable amount of space is also occupied in setting forth the natural advantages of Nova Scotia, as an inducement to the authorities in England to take action. (From typed note accompanying letter.)
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).
File is a handwritten document presumably consisting of a board meeting's minutes of the Eye Level Gallery. Topics discussed included slide bank, gallery assistant, information about their general meeting, classes and the art college.
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 an issue of the Dalhousie Gazette published on February 2, 1973. Feature article regarding the en masse resignation of the Gazette staff following the Dalhousie Student Council's decision to veto the staff selection for editor and appointment of a council member as editor.