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.
This file contains two copies of the programs for the Spring 2021 Convocation and one copy of the honorary degree celebration program, June 23, 2021. Honorary degree recipients include: Dr. Guy Berthiaume; The Honourable John Buchanan; Mary Deacon, CM; Dr. Steven Strogatz; Dr. Rachel Thibeault. Historical information about Dalhousie's New Dawn Staff is included. File also contains two copies of the Fall 2021 Convocation.
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.
File contains 13 photographs that have been cut and mounted onto five sheets of board to create a panoramic view of the shoreline from Mahone Bay to Mader's Cove. The photographs are numbered on the front with felt pen.
File contains "A boy from Cherry Hill" by Garth Coffin, former principal of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College, Truro, Nova Scotia. A Boy From Cherry Hill is a story of a lad who grew up in a warm and loving family on a small farm in Prince Edward Island, Canada. It recounts his experiences and highlights his good fortune through receiving the Eaton Agricultural Scholarship, attending university in both Canada and the U.S. and successful pursuit of a series of career opportunities leading back to the Nova Scotia Agricultural College (NSAC) where his university studies began. Along the way, the memoir that spans eight decades includes international work and personal interests of the boy from Cherry Hill.
File contains six book ideas in various levels of detail, including: Aimery Picaud and the Route to Compostella; The Moon Book; Marginalia (the gap between the enfranchised and the disenfranchised in America): Many a Wild Dance (profiles of female explorers); Kingdom (the last remaining true monarchies); and The Very Worst Things That Can Happen.
Item is one black and white positive photographic slide of the new monument to Pelletier and Canventou, a large, nude, reclining statue on a plinth that is engraved with the text "L'AN 1820 LES PHARMACIENS/ PELLETIER ET CAVENTOU/ FIRENT LA DECOUVERTE"
Item is one black and white positive photographic slide of a hand drawn map of South America including Venezuela, Columbia, Peru, Ecuador, and Bolivia. Map has smaller labels applied to areas with lines.
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.
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.
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;
Item consists of two photographs printed on the same piece of photo paper. One photograph is printed upside-down. One photograph shows students sitting at desks in a classroom. The second photograph shows students sitting at tables in a library.