Subseries comprises correspondence written and received by Gil Winham over the course of his professional life, which has been maintained as he kept it, chronologically and with copies of outgoing correspondence filed separately from letters received. Correspondence is also located in other series: e.g., editorial correspondence with manuscript and other publishing records.
File contains mail-out materials produced by Lesbian and Gay Rights Nova Scotia [LGRNS] advocating for the inclusion of protections relating to sexual orientation in the Nova Scotia Human Rights Act. These protections were successfully added to the Act in 1991.
Fonds comprises correspondence and personal papers of William R. Tratt and Naomi Tratt (1890-1932). It also contains Herber Tratt's academic records and financial statements (1908-1910), temperance certificates for Gertrude, Wilfred and Elsie Tratt (1931), and Methodist Church Statistical Returns (1915).
Subseries contains correspondence, research data, and conference minutes and notes related to the Census of Marine Life affiliate program, the Ocean Biogeographic Information System (OBIS). The Ocean Biogeographic Information System project, compiled alongside the Census of Marine Life, serves as the world's largest online repository of spatially referenced marine life data, containing millions of records created from hundreds of CoML datasets. The project, led by American scientists Edward Vanden Berghe and J. Frederick Grassle (previously by New Zealander Mark J. Costello), locates all oceanic species in a permanent, evolving repository, identifying oceanic points of high diversity, tracking species dispersion, and integrating species locales with variables such as temperature, salinity, and depth.
File contains two copies of a pamphlet containing information about the visual artist Steve Walker, whose work features romantic images of gay men; one poster featuring images of Walker's art; and one page of accompanying correspondence.
File contains clippings, notes, web print-outs, illustrations, article drafts, advertisement mock-ups, sample logos, photos printed on office paper, correspondence, and contact lists collected for the purpose of creating content for Wayves Magazine.
Fonds contains textual material, photos, artifacts, slides, paintings, and a video cassette created by the School of Agriculture, the College of Agriculture, and the Nova Scotia Agricultural College, between 1892 and 2012. Series include records of an administrative nature, departments on campus, buildings, photographs, student and faculty records, events, curriculum, and the institutions history.
Series contains records relating to agricultural extension services and campus research project records at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College from 1972-2006. Record types include textual records, photographs, posters, video cassettes, computer media, correspondence, conference programs, maps, books and newspapers. Subseries' include the Columbia project, field trial reports of the Nova Scotia Crop Development Institute, and Nova Scotia Agricultural College Department of Plant Science reports.
Series contains administrative records of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College between 1912-1997. Series is arranged into three subseries: annual reports, correspondence, and facilities and buildings records. Record types include correspondence, architectural drawings, and speeches.
Fonds contains records documenting Ross Boutilier's legal challenges over same-sex benefits and equal treatment in Nova Scotia and provincial and federal legislation to gain access to same-sex marriage. Other series include production and administrative records of Wayves magazine, committee records of Halifax Pride, and newspaper clippings about the LGBTQ community in Nova Scotia and elsewhere in Canada.
Fonds contains correspondence from Dr. Frederick Waldemar (Waldo) Walsh to Dr. A. H. Harrington, regarding the Fruit and Vegetable Marketing Co-operative Organization in Nova Scotia in 1963. There are two series, one for certificates of Dr. Walsh, and another series for photographs taken at different events such as 4H events, Department of Nova Scotia Agriculture and Marketing conferences, retirement gatherings, and schools, while Walsh was a professor of Animal Husbandry [at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College] and sheep and swine promoter. Photos were taken and collected between 1910-1963.
Fonds consists primarily of Florence Jessie Murray's personal records regarding her career as a medical missionary in Korea, including correspondence, manuscripts, pamphlets and photographs. There is also a small volume of records that originated with her brother, Alexander Murray, and father, Robert Murray, including correspondence between Alexander Murray, Florence Jessie Murray and E.J.O. Fraser; Reverend Robert Murray's correspondence; and records regarding his involvement with the Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes.
Collection is comprised of materials collected by Don Murchy as part of his involvement with the TightRope Leather Brotherhood, a men's leather and denim club that operated in Nova Scotia from the early 1990s to 2007. Materials document TightRope operations, as well as the involvement of TightRope members in Mr. Atlantic Canada [M.A.C.] Leather contests and Halifax Fetish Ball events. Materials in this collection include administrative records, by-laws and guiding documents, membership lists, posters and other promotional materials, and photographs.
Subseries contains records pertaining to the facilities and infrastructure of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College, as well as construction and renovation of buildings on campus between 1912-1986. Record types include reports, designs, blueprints, and correspondence.
File contains an amendment to chapter 214 news release; clippings; memos; press release in support of including LGBT individuals in the Human Rights Legislation; pink triangle armband; correspondence; calls for donations; a list of individuals and organizations who wrote to MLA's with sending a copy to LGRNS; draft copy of an opinion article for the Halifax Herald; transcripts of an assembly debate; and a submission in respect of the Human Rights Act Bill 136.
File contains background information on the Ottawa Police Lesbian and Gay Liaison Committee action plan pilot project, and changes to policing standards that resulted in part from suggestions made by the Committee to the Ottawa Police Services Board.
File contains pamphlets; referral cards, volunteer applications and accompanying correspondence; and one copy of the August 1983 newsletter for the Vancouver Gay Community Centre. File also contains one call log template and notes.
File contains correspondence, pamphlets, and newsletters from Sparrow, a support community for gay and lesbian Christians. File also contains one copy of the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches Directory of Congregations and Clergy.
File contains three pages of correspondence from the Rural Gay Men's Group, a correspondence and friendship oriented group based in Port Hardy, British Columbia, and one flyer advertising LYNX, a lesbian correspondence club based in Ottawa.
Subseries contains materials collected for reference and educational use by GayLine volunteers. Subjects covered include homosexuality and coming out, sexual heath and AIDS prevention, alcoholism and substance abuse, abuse in LGBT relationships, parenting, discrimination, legal rights, and women's issues. Materials include pamphlets, flyers, newsletters, essays, and correspondence.
File contains GayLine volunteer application form and information sheet for volunteers, a press release celebrating GayLine's 20th anniversary, one blank call sheet, one list of GayLines across Canada, and correspondence from a GayLine caller.
Series contains reference materials used by volunteers of the GayLine. Series is divided into two subseries. The first sub-series contains reference and educational materials used by GayLine volunteers covering issues such as homosexuality and coming out, sexual heath and AIDS prevention, alcoholism and substance abuse, abuse in LGBT relationships, parenting, discrimination, legal rights, and women's issues. Materials include pamphlets, flyers, legal briefs and resources, newsletters, essays, and bibliographies. The second subseries contains reference materials relating to the operations of other helplines, as well as information about LGBT businesses and services, community groups, and events in Halifax, across Canada, and in the United States, Europe, Mexico, and Oceania. Materials include advertisements and press releases, pamphlets, newsletters, flyers, information sheets, and directories.
Series contains materials used in the recruitment and training of GayLine volunteers. Materials include training session records and schedules; help line manuals and crisis intervention strategies; GayLine pamphlets; volunteer application forms, information sheets, and guidelines; and correspondence relating to volunteers.
File contains correspondence regarding the Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual (GLB) Line's Maritime Tel and Tel account balance irregularities, one meeting agenda for the annual general meeting of the GLB Line held on 1995-02-15, minutes from the 1994 annual general meeting held on 1994-01-11, one copy of the 1994 financial report, and two lists of GLB Line personnel.
Series contains administrative records for the GayLine, established in 1972. GayLine was renamed to the Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Line in 1994. Materials in this series include GayLine monthly and annual reports; call logs and templates; staff notebooks; correspondence; memos, minutes, and a certificate of incorporation relating to the name change; and notes.
Fonds primarily contains records of the GayLine collected by Ron and Bryan Garnett-Doucette. The Halifax GayLine opened in 1972 and ceased operations in 1996. It provided information, counselling and referral service to the gay/lesbian/bisexual (and curious and homophobic) communities. Staffed by trained volunteers, it was funded initially by the Gay Alliance for Equality and later by its successor organization the Gay and Lesbian Association. Later, other gay organizations donated resources for the phone line. In 1994 the name was changed to the Gay, Lesbian & Bisexual Line. Fonds contains three series; one containing administrative and financial records, one containing recruitment and training materials, and one containing reference materials for volunteers. Materials include monthly and annual reports; meeting minutes; call logs and templates; staff notebooks; correspondence; pamphlets; volunteer training session materials, application forms and guidelines; flyers; legal briefs and resources; newsletters; essays; bibliographies; and directories.
Fonds comprises Ronald St. John Macdonald's records regarding his personal, academic, and professional activities as a jurist, judge, and professor. Records include those related to Macdonald's involvement with Osgoode Hall, University of Western Ontario, University of Toronto, Dalhousie University, the European Court of Human Rights, the Hague, Peking University, World Academy of Arts and Science, Canadian Council of International Law, United Nations, Institute of International Law, African Society of International Law, British Institute of International Law, Canadian Institute of International Law, International Law Association, and others. Records types include correspondence; meeting minutes and agendas; research materials; photographs; newsletters; newspaper clippings; manuscripts; and off-prints.