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Generálka 1

Item is a video recording with footage from two theatre productions as well as footage from an in-class icebreaker game from a Dalhousie Theatre course. The first part of the tape (0:00:00- 1:08:14) is a recording of the dress rehearsal of act 1 of a comedic Czech-language play. The second part of the tape (1:08:14-1:16:40) is a recording of the Dalhousie Department of Theatre production of The Winter's Tale by William Shakespeare, performed from 1 to 5 April 1987. The recording is of act III, scene III. The third part of the tape (1:16:40-1:30-20) is a recording of an in-class game with icebreaker questions, as well as hypothetical scenarios that both punish and reward risk-taking with gold and blue disks, called “Risky Business.”

North elevation

Item is a 1921 presentation drawing of the Dalhousie Arts Building, annotated with a note indicating that it was F.D.'s (Frank Darling's) favourite version of the keystone design.

Building for Dalhousie College / Andrew R. Cobb, architect ; Frank Darling, cons'l't'g arch't

Item is a sheet with two drawings of the second floor of a building designed to serve as office and lecture spaces before being converted to a law library and eventually a university museum. One plan shows the space partitioned into a lecture hall, faculty room and offices to serve current needs; in the second it is laid out as a law library. There is also a small inset aerial perspective of the new (temporary) Arts Building in relation to the Science Building and Macdonald Library.

Study for layout of grounds : Dalhousie University

Item is a site plan of Studley campus grounds, indicating the placement of roads and buildings. The drawing was produced by Mawson and Dunington-Grubb, Landscape Architects of Toronto. Written on the reverse: "Darling's layout of grounds."

Plan showing location of trees, shrubs, etc. planted 1919-1920

Item is a site plan showing the location of trees, shrubs, and other plants planted on Dalhousie University's Studley Campus in 1919 and 1920. The drawing shows the location of the plants in relation to the Science Building (now the Chemistry Building), the Macdonald Memorial Library (now the Macdonald Building), and various pathways. All of the plants are labeled.

Suggested plan for Studley campus

Item is a pencil sketch of a plan for Dalhousie University's Studley campus. The drawing was produced by President Arthur Stanley MacKenzie; written on the back is: "One of early attempts by ASM to design the campus. When slightly modified it became final design."

Dalhousie University grounds and buildings : erected and proposed

Item is map drawn by H.R. Theakston, University Engineer, showing Dalhousie and other associated buildings on and near both Studley Campus and Carleton Campus. The drawing includes a key indicating the names of both existing and proposed buildings. It was originally made on May 14, 1924 and revised on June 30, 1925.

Site plan for Dalhousie University

Item is a site plan for Studley campus produced by Mackenzie & Howe, Landscape Architects and Artists. On the reverse is written: "Trial suggestion of ASM for laying-out of grounds and approved with slight changes (shown in red) by Darling and Mawson, and adopted." A.S.M. is Arthur Stanley MacKenzie, Dalhousie University president.

Plan of King's University plot, Studley Campus

Item is a site plan for the University of King's College, indicating sewer and gas lines, an oval driveway and a diagonal avenue originating from the corner of Oxford Street and Coburg Road. The plan is signed by H.R. Theakston, Dalhousie's university engineer.

Third floor plan

Item is a 1930 presentation drawing by architect Andrew Cobb of the third floor plan for an arts building at Dalhousie that was planned but never built. This version includes a large arts room and lecture hall both open to the roof, four small lecture rooms and five studies.

Third floor plan

Item is a 1929 presentation drawing by architect Andrew Cobb of the third floor plan for an arts building at Dalhousie that was planned but never built. This version includes a drafting room and lecture hall both open to the roof, four smaller lecture rooms, five studies and a small library/office.

Second floor plan

Item is a 1932 presentation drawing by architect Andrew Cobb of the second floor plan for an arts building at Dalhousie that was planned but never built. This version includes seven lecture rooms, a dean's office and five studies.

Second floor plan

Item is a 1932 presentation drawing by architect Andrew Cobb of the second floor plan for an arts building at Dalhousie that was planned but never built. This version includes a general office, business office, offices for the registrar, president and secretary, a vault, three lecture rooms, and five studies.

Ground floor plan

Item is a 1932 presentation drawing by architect Andrew Cobb of the first floor plan for an arts building at Dalhousie that was planned but never built. This version includes a women's cloakroom, four lecture rooms, a faculty room and small study.

Ground floor plan

Item is a 1930 presentation drawing by architect Andrew Cobb of the first floor plan for an arts building at Dalhousie that was planned but never built. This version includes a women's cloakroom, five lecture rooms, a faculty room and two studies.

Ground floor plan

Item is a 1929 presentation drawing by architect Andrew Cobb of the first floor plan for an arts building at Dalhousie that was planned but never built. This version includes a women's restroom, general offices, offices for the president, registrar and secretary, and three lecture rooms.

Basement plan

Item is a 1932 presentation drawing by architect Andrew Cobb of the basement plan for an arts building at Dalhousie that was planned but never built.

Dalhousie Arts

Item is a sheet with drawings by Andrew Cobb of the west and east elevations of an arts building at Dalhousie that was planned but never built.

South elevation

Item is a presentation drawing by Andrew Cobb of the south elevation of an arts building at Dalhousie that was planned but never built.

North elevation

Item is one of two drawings by Andrew Cobb of the north elevation of an arts building for Dalhousie University that was never built.

Fourth floor plan

Item is a 1932 presentation drawing by architect Andrew Cobb of the fourth floor plan for an arts building at Dalhousie that was planned but never built. This version includes the upper part of a third-floor lecture hall, two laboratories and six studies.

Fourth floor plan

Item is a 1930 presentation drawing by architect Andrew Cobb of the fourth floor plan for an arts building at Dalhousie that was planned but never built. This version includes the upper part of the third-floor lecture and arts rooms, two laboratories, six studies and an undesignated room. A note on the plans indicates that the corridor to the studies was waiting for the steel trusses design.

Third floor plan

Item is a 1932 presentation drawing by architect Andrew Cobb of the third floor plan for an arts building at Dalhousie that was planned but never built. This version includes an arts room open to the roof, five lecture rooms, five studies and a professors' office.

Arts building for Dalhousie University : longitudinal section

Item is sheet no. 10 of an original set of ten construction drawings of Dalhousie's arts building (now the University Club), which was built on Studley Campus in 1921. The longitudinal section was drawn by A.M.K, traced by A.M.K. and checked by A.R.C. (Andrew R. Cobb).

Arts building for Dalhousie University : cross section

Item is sheet no. 9 of an original set of ten construction drawings of Dalhousie's arts building (now the University Club), which was built on Studley Campus in 1921. The cross section was drawn by A.M.K, traced by A.M.K. and checked by A.R.C. (Andrew R. Cobb).

Arts building for Dalhousie University : west elevation

Item is sheet no. 7 of an original set of ten construction drawings of Dalhousie's arts building (now the University Club), which was built on Studley Campus in 1921. The west elevation was drawn by A.M.K, traced by P.K.A. and checked by A.R.C. (Andrew R. Cobb).

Arts building for Dalhousie University : south elevation

Item is sheet no. 6 of an original set of ten construction drawings of Dalhousie's arts building (now the University Club), which was built on Studley Campus in 1921. The south elevation was drawn by A.M.K, traced by P.K.A. and checked by A.R.C. (Andrew R. Cobb).

Arts building for Dalhousie University : second floor plan

Item is sheet no. 3 of an original set of ten construction drawings of Dalhousie's arts building (now the University Club), which was built on Studley Campus in 1921. The second floor plan was drawn by A.M.K, traced by P.K.A. and checked by A.R.C. (Andrew R. Cobb).

Arts building for Dalhousie University : first floor plan

Item is sheet no. 2 of an original set of ten construction drawings of Dalhousie's arts building (now the University Club), which was built on Studley Campus in 1921. The first floor plan plan was drawn by A.M.K, traced by P.K.A. and checked by A.R.C. (Andrew R. Cobb).

Arts building for Dalhousie University : basement plan

Item is sheet no. 1 of an original set of ten construction drawings of Dalhousie's arts building (now the University Club), which was built on Studley Campus in 1921. The basement plan was drawn by A.M.K, traced by P.K.A. and checked by A.R.C. (Andrew R. Cobb).
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