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Rocky Jones on Racism : part 1 of 2

File is an audio reel containing an episode of Rocky Jones on Racism, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode is part 1 of 2 featuring Rocky Jones with CKDU's Dan Hart on the Donald Marshall inquiry, the Black United Front, criminal justice, and black communities. The episode was recorded on September 29, 1988, and was broadcast on October 3, 1988 on Title Waves, a CKDU radio program, October 11, 1988, and October 12, 1988

Rocky Jones on Racism : part 2 of 2

File is an audio reel containing an episode of Rocky Jones on Racism, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode is part 2 of 2 featuring Rocky Jones with CKDU's Dan Hart on racism in institutions and administration, including the Donald Marshall inquiry and the Black United Front. The episode was recorded on September 28, 1988, and was broadcast on October 4 , 1988 on Title Waves, a CKDU radio program.

Growing up Black in Halifax : part 3 of 3

File is an audio reel that contains the first part of a three-part series from CKDU radio, Growing up Black in Halifax. In this episode, Tracey Jones speaks with Belinda MacFadyen of CKDU radio. The episode aired April 1, 1989 and was rebroadcast April 9, 1989 on Title Waves, a CKDU program that featured interviews with African-Canadian authors.

Growing up Black in Halifax : part 2 of 3

File is an audio reel that contains the first part of a three-part series from CKDU radio, Growing up Black in Halifax. In this episode, Tracey Jones speaks with Belinda MacFadyen of CKDU radio. The episode aired April 1, 1989 and was rebroadcast April 6, 1989 on Title Waves, a CKDU program that featured interviews with African-Canadian authors.

Growing up Black in Halifax : part 1 of 3

File is an audio reel that contains the first part of a three-part series from CKDU radio, Growing up Black in Halifax. In this episode, Tracey Jones speaks with Belinda MacFadyen of CKDU radio about the Steering Committee established to consider the Push Excel program in Halifax.

Rocky Jones : interview with political activist

File is an audio reel that contains an episode of From these Roots, a CKDU radio program. This episode is an interview with Rocky Jones, a political activist born in Truro, Nova Scotia. He received his law degree from Dalhousie University in 1992. This episode aired March 17, 1991 and was rebroadcast March 20, 1991; April 17, 1991; July 31, 1991; May 23, 1995 on The Evening Affair, CKDU's public affairs program; and November 28, 1996 on The Evening Affair.

Photograph of 20th Century Student sculpture

Item consists of a photograph taken by Peter Dykhuis in August 2010, of the sculpture "20th Century Student" by Reg Dockrill. The sculpture was erected on the corner of Uni­versity Avenue and Seymour Street in 1968 and removed in 2012 after an engineering report con­cluded that the six-metre-high steel sculpture had corroded on the inside and was “structurally damaged beyond repair."

Photograph of 20th Century Student sculpture

Item consists of a photograph taken by Peter Dykhuis in August 2010, of the sculpture "20th Century Student" by Reg Dockrill. The sculpture was erected on the corner of Uni­versity Avenue and Seymour Street in 1968 and removed in 2012 after an engineering report con­cluded that the six-metre-high steel sculpture had corroded on the inside and was “structurally damaged beyond repair."

Photograph of 20th Century Student sculpture

Item consists of a photograph taken by Peter Dykhuis in August 2010, of the sculpture "20th Century Student" by Reg Dockrill. The sculpture was erected on the corner of Uni­versity Avenue and Seymour Street in 1968 and removed in 2012 after an engineering report con­cluded that the six-metre-high steel sculpture had corroded on the inside and was “structurally damaged beyond repair."

Photograph of 20th Century Student sculpture

Item consists of a photograph taken by Peter Dykhuis in August 2010, of the sculpture "20th Century Student" by Reg Dockrill. The sculpture was erected on the corner of Uni­versity Avenue and Seymour Street in 1968 and removed in 2012 after an engineering report con­cluded that the six-metre-high steel sculpture had corroded on the inside and was “structurally damaged beyond repair."

Prominent Graduates and Achievers

Included are lists of 1931-1932 award winners, Dalhousians engaged in schools in the US, honorary degrees awarded (1892-1937), and Dalhousians who have achieveed some prominence in public life (listed by profession).

List of women graduates of Dalhousie up to 1900

Item is a typed list, created on January 7, 1943, of Dalhousie women graduates up to 1900, beginning with Margaret Florence Newcombe (1885) and ending with Elizabeth Helen Stewart (1900). There are 55 names on the list, which is annotated by hand with information about degrees granted, current occupations and addresses, and indicating those deceased. The second page contains handwritten notes about some of the graduates.

List of women graduates in dentistry

Item is a typed list of women graduates in dentistry, created on January 6, 1943. The list includes four names: Arabel Catherine MacKenzie (1919); Hazel Alice Thompson (1923); Mabel Angela St. John Magee (1924); and Roberta MacKenzie Forbes (1924). The second page contains an identical list, created January 7, 1943, with an expanded title, that includes "from Dalhousie University."

List of women graduates in medicine from Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS

Item is an undated typed list of women graduates in medicine from Dalhousie University, beginning with Annie Isabella Hamilton (1894) and ending with Mary Wheeler MacIntyre (1939/1940). The list is chronological and includes 51 names with graduation dates, name changes (i.e., marital status) and addresses, some of which are amended by hand.

List of women graduates in law

Item is a typed list of 15 women graduates in law, created on January 6, 1943, beginning with Frances Lilian Fish (1918) and ending with Maureen O'Mullin Allen (1941). The second page contains an identical list, created January 7, 1943, with an expanded title, that includes "from Dalhousie University."

List of women graduates in the Faculty of Arts and Science up to 1900

Item is a typed list, created 7 January 1943, of Dalhousie women graduates in the Faculty of Arts and Science. The list is chronological and alphabetical and includes addresses, notes about name changes (i.e., marital status), family connections and academic honours and areas of study, and is annotated by hand to indicate those deceased.

Correspondence between Helen Balcom, Dalhousie Alumni Secretary, and Bertha G. Oxner, Director of Women's Work at University of Saskatchewan

Item is a letter from Dalhousie Alumni Secretary, Helen Balcom, to Bertha Oxner at the University of Saskatchewan regarding the latter's written query about the history of early women graduates of Dalhousie University. Her letter makes reference to recently made lists, which are likely those listed elsewhere in this file (UA-32, Box 9, Folder 1, Items 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 9). Bertha Oxner's letter of response is also included.

List of women who received honorary degrees of Doctor of Laws from Dalhousie

Item is a typed list, dated January 7, 1943, of Dalhousie women who received honorary LLDs: Eliza Ritchie (1927); Jemima MacKenzie (1940); and Edith MacGregor Read (1942). The first page is mistakenly titled "Honorary Degrees of Bachelor of Laws (Women). The second and third pages contain a biographical sketch of each recipient under a title corrected to read Honorary Degrees of Doctor of Laws (L.L.D.).

Press release for the long-term loan acquisition of Labrador duck specimens by the National Museum of Natural History

Item consists of a press release issued by the National Museum of Canada regarding the long-term loan acquisition of extinct Labrador duck specimens from the Thomas McCulloch Museum at Dalhousie University to the National Museum of Natural History in Ottawa. Also includes correspondence between A.W.F. Banfield and Eric Mercer.

Agreement between The Governors of Dalhousie College and University, and Her Majesty the Queen in RIght of Canada, regarding loaning of Labrador duck specimens to the National Museum of Canada

Item consists of a signed agreement -- dated April 16, 1968 -- between the Dalhousie Board of Governors and Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada (via the Department of the Secretary of State, which oversees the National Museum of Canada) regarding the loaning and preservation of Labrador duck specimens from the Thomas McCulloch Museum to the National Museum of Canada.

Draft of an Agreement between The Governors of Dalhousie College and University, and Her Majesty the Queen in RIght of Canada, regarding loaning of Labrador duck specimens to the National Museum of Canada

Item consists of a facsimile draft of an agreement -- dated March 25, 1968 -- between the Dalhousie Board of Governors and Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada (via the Department of the Secretary of State, which oversees the National Museum of Canada) regarding the loaning and preservation of Labrador duck specimens from the Thomas McCulloch Museum to the National Museum of Canada.

Draft of an Agreement between The Governors of Dalhousie College and University, and Her Majesty the Queen regarding loaning of Labrador duck specimens to the National Museum of Canada

Item consists of a facsimile draft of an agreement -- dated February 29, 1968 -- between the Dalhousie Board of Governors and Her Majesty the Queen (via the Department of the Secretary of State, which oversees the National Museum of Canada) regarding the loaning and preservation of Labrador duck specimens from the Thomas McCulloch Museum to the National Museum of Canada.

Correspondence between Henry Hicks, L.B. Macpherson, A.W.F. Banfield, and others, regarding Labrador duck specimens held at the Thomas McCulloch Museum

Item consists of correspondence between Dalhousie President Henry Hicks and several other stakeholders between 1964 and 1968, regarding the potential loaning of extinct Labrador duck specimens from the Thomas McCulloch Museum to the National Museum of Canada. Includes correspondence between President Hicks and L.B. Macpherson, Eric Mercer, A.W.F. Banfield, Waldemar Fries, Sylvia Fullerton, John E. McInerny, R.A. Cluney, T.A. Russell, J. Lynton Martin, Elisabeth A. Christian, D.H. McNeill, K.E. von Maltzhan, and W. Earl Godfrey.

Memorandum of Agreement made between the Reverend William McCulloch and The Board of Governors of Dalhousie College and University

Item consists of a handwritten Memorandum of Agreement between the Reverend William McCulloch of Truro, Doctor of Divinity, of the one part, and The Board of Governors of Dalhousie College and University, of the other part, October 1st, 1887, as well as a typed transcription of the handwritten document. The Agreement outlines Dr McCulloch's aiding in establishing a natural history museum at Dalhousie College in the name of Thomas McCulloch.
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