Adams, Frank Dawson
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Adams, Frank Dawson
Laurence, George, C.
Brown, Velma, Purdy
Dockrill Bros. Limited.
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 625 (Halifax).
The fonds consists of administrative papers, blueprints, business and personal correspondence, cable code books and other reference works, export orders and papers, financial documents, insurance papers, legal documents, packaging samples, photographs, plans, printed material, reports, and vessels papers. The material spans 176 years and illustrates a family company passed through two incarnations and through several generations of administration, along with its related off-shoots companies and associations. The material deals with late 19th and early 20 century shipping, as well as the 20th century business of packing and exporting salt fish.
The fonds also contains papers of associated small companies including L.W. Vatcher Limited, and subsidiaries Acadia Fisheries and Smith Canneries, as well as papers from various investment dealings made by Fletcher S. Smith, including Parkdale Realty, Southern Realties, and Fenpark Realties, and agencies with which the Smiths were involved. Finally, the fonds includes various items from small companies including Dan Dauphiney Company Limited, Earle-Smith Partnership, Eastern Fisheries Limited, Fudge Shipping Company, Georgian Limited, Scotia Corporations, Sea Nymph Fisheries, and Smith/Romkey. These papers include correspondence, administrative documents, legal contracts and agreements, financial statements, journals and ledgers.
The records of the fonds demonstrate the organizational structure, management, and operations of A.M. Smith and Company and related organizations, and provide insight into the business of salt fish, from fishing and processing to packing and exportation. The material provides a comprehensive picture of a significant 20th century Nova Scotian enterprise.
A.M. Smith and Company.
Nova Scotia Drama League.
Women in Media Foundation.
Centre for Art Tapes
Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited
Wood, Phyllis B. (Scott)
Annie Logan Barnwell
Accession contains records that largely document Harry Thurston's journalistic and non-fiction writing during the 1980s. Materials include editorial correspondence, research notes and secondary materials, annotated drafts and printer's proofs, and press releases and reviews for articles published in such magazines as Atlantic Insight, Audubon, Equinox, Harrowsmith and National Geographic. There are similar materials documenting Thurston's work on Tidal Life : A Natural History of the Bay of Fundy, as well as correspondence and administrative records documenting his work with the Writers Federation of Nova Scotia and various professional activities such as attending or organizing workshops and conferences.
Accession also contains a small volume of materials from the late 1970s related to Thurston's activities as a poet, including some correspondence and administrative records related to the poetry journal, Germination, as well as his involvement with the Dirge Poets and their Merry Men, a performance group of poets and musicians.
Thurston, Harry, 1950-
Matheson, Charles Winfield, 1878-1968
Cummings, Joan Elizabeth
Dalhousie University. University Libraries. Killam Memorial Library. University Archives.
Thurston, Harry, 1950-
MacLean, Brian Kenneth
Campbell, Susan Leslie (Sue)
Moore, Sandy, 1944-
Nova Scotia Folk Arts Council.
Halifax Graving Dock Company Limited.
Pullen, H.F. (Hugh Francis), 1905-1983
Corston, James F., fl. 1894
Carmichael, James M.
Daly, Malachy Bowes, 1836-1920
Hatfield, Byron Ulric
Mullaly, Edward J.
Fonds consists of the records of the Technical University of Nova Scotia, predominanty from its first 40 years as the Nova Scotia Technical College and from its final decade before amalgamation with Dalhousie University.
College governance is well documented through the minutes and correspondence of the Board of Governors and the Senate, and the President’s records.
The administration of technical education courses in communities throughout Nova Scotia, 1907-1947, is minutely detailed in the records of the Director of Technical Education, as well as through the series of beautiful glass plate negatives of Technical Education classes.
The Public Relations office created files, photographs, sound and video recordings of events, faculty, staff and students of TUNS.
A selection of student records is available in the series of records from the Registrar’s Office; however access is restricted to protect privacy.
The development of the TUNS campus is well documented through construction photographs, aerial photographs, historical overviews, and files on land acquisition and renovations to historic buildings.
Technical University of Nova Scotia
Dalhousie University. Arts Centre.
Blaikie, W.G., The Reverend, 1829-1899
Atwood, John Joseph Lysons, fl. 1921-1929
Apostle, Richard A.
Dalhousie University. Office of the President.