Item is a photocopy of "A Hero for Centennial" by Barbara Hinds, published in the August 1967 issue of the Atlantic Advocate. The article is about Inspector Francis J. Fitzgerald. The article includes several photographs.
File contains a paper called "A travller's [sic] view of Cuba's eastern provinces" by Barbara Hinds, for Dennis Wood. There is a note on the paper that says "with 5 photos" but the photographs are not included.
Item is a clipping of a newspaper article by an unidentified author titled "Anil Elephant Drops Dead." The article is about the death of Balakrishnan, an elephant brought to East River, Nova Scotia by the Anil Canada Ltd. hardboard plant.
File contains two pages from the October 7, 1987 issue of the Chronicle-Herald and Mail-Star, which contain an article by Barbara Hinds called "Archivist makes medical history in Nova Scotia." The article is accompanied by a photograph of Henry Owen McInerny, a medical archivist.
File contains typed drafts of articles about Erwin Schroeder by Barbara Hinds; several copies of newspaper clippings from the Chronicle-Herald about Erwin Schroeder, some of which are mounted on paper; photocopies of newspaper articles about Erwin Schroeder; correspondence with Shipowners Assurance Management Ltd., Bull & Roberts, Inc., and The Observer; pages torn from the November 19, 1966 issue of Chemical Week; and a copy of the Canadian Concentrates Code.
File contains a photograph of Barbara Hinds in a tunnel between Citadel Hill and the Halifax Harbour in 1976; a photograph of the floor of the tunnel; a paper by Barbara Hinds called "The Tunnels Under Halifax"; photocopies of an article written by Barbara Hinds for the Mail-Star entitled "Discovery of tunnel revives old legend of escape route to harbor"; and correspondence with Elsie Cameron. The file also includes newspaper clippings of articles called "Georges Island" by Cathy Shaw, and "Underground Halifax holds tourist potential" by Barbara Hinds.
File contains a floppy disk; diaries; correspondence; drafts of articles with corrections; photocopies of articles; newspaper clippings; a chart from a container ship; photographs; and papers about birding and history
File contains negatives, proofs, and prints of photographs related to Inspector Francis J. Fitzgerald, including photographs taken around the time of his death in 1911 and more current photographs of the bridge and plaque dedicated to him in the Halifax Public Gardens. There are also some negatives showing a protest held by children in an unidentified location. The file also contains typed cutlines to accompany the photographs; typed drafts of articles about Inspector Fitzgerald; newspaper and magazine articles about Fitzgerald; a photocopy of a book called "Reports and Other Papers Relating to the McPherson-Dawson Police Patrol - Winter 1910-1911 - and the Death of Inspector Francis J. Fitzgerald and all Members of the Patrol"; request slips from the Public Archives of Nova Scotia; volume 27, number 1 of the RCMP Quarterly; and a letter from Hinds to Anne.
File is a large research file about McNab's Island. The research material includes newspaper clippings of articles about McNab's Island by Barbara Hinds and others; "A Prelimiary Survey of the Natural History of McNab's Island Halifax Harbour, Nova Scotia" prepared by the staff of the Nova Scotia Museum; typed drafts of articles and cutlines; three maps of McNab's island; pamphlets and newsletters from the Friends of McNabs Island Society; an annual report and newsletters from Halilfax Harbour Cleanup Inc.; and correspondence about excessive traffic with shorthand notes written on the back. File also contains proof sheets, negatives and photographs from McNab's Island.
File is a research file about the connection between pesticides and Reye's syndrome, a rare childhood disease that was researched at Dalhousie. The research material includes newspaper clippings about Reye's Syndrome research and spruce budworm spraying, by Barbara Hinds and others; correspondence from Robyn Warren, J. Gordon Ogden, and others; handwritten notes; photocopies of scholarly articles about congenital and genetic disease; typed drafts; and a transcript of an interview with Robyn Warren.
File contains typed drafts of articles about factory farming; a photograph of a man with cages full of chicks; two photographs of men struggling with bulls at a rodeo; correspondence from M. H. Sarty, the Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture and Marketing, the Canada Department of Agriculture Production and Marketing Branch, and Joe B. Ternan; promotional flyers for chicken cages; and newspaper clippings about factory farming.
File contains a photograph of a man riding a bull at a rodeo; a photograph of a man with a cheetah; newspaper clippings of articles and letters to the editor about hunting, fishing, fur trapping, and animal farming; drafts of articles and cutlines about fur trapping; a pamphlet called "The new state trapping laws and how you can use them to help end animal suffering"; a summary of the Ontario regulations that apply to trapping and fur-dealing; the Game and Fish Act and the Endangered Species Act; a booklet from the Ontario Ministry of natural Resources called "The Beaver in Ontario"; a summary of hunting regulations; "Pity the Nation" by Lilla Harris; information about snares; correspondence with Mrs. D Edmond, the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, the Saskatchewan Minister of Natural Resources, Sonia Grogono, the Nova Scotia Minister of Lands and Forests, Ronald Wallace, and Basil John; and a newsletter from the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies.
File is a large research file about fur trapping. The file contains newspaper clippings and photocopies of articles; drafts of articles; information from the Canadian Association for Humane Trapping; promotional material from animal rights groups; magazines and newsletters from hunting groups; "Nova Scotia Trapper's Reference" by Neil vanNostrand from the Nova Scotia Department of Land and Forests"; a photocopy of "Survey of Trapping Techniques and Trap Efficiency" by John Shannon and Milan Novak; correspondence with Neil vanNostrand, Ron Wallace, Joe B. Ternan; and copies of trapping regulations.
Files contain research material about coal miners' lung disease and workmen's compensation. Research material includes documents from the Committee on Medical and Adjudicative Procedure in Pneumonoconiosis Claims before the Workmen's Compensation Board; documents from the Committee on Automatic Assumption for Black Lung; documents from the Cape Breton conference on coal miners' lung disease; handwritten notes; newspaper clippings about coal miners and workmen's compensation, written by Barbara Hinds and others; several copies of an article published in the July 31, 1975 issue of the Chronicle-Herald called "Medical disputes disturb miners" by Barbara Hinds; typed drafts of articles; photocopied articles and letters about worker's compensation; press releases; an interview transcript; a copy of the Nova Scotia Workmen's Compensation Act; notes on the prevention of occupational respiratory disease from the Dalhousie Department of Preventative Medicine; a copy of the 1974 Report of Workmen's Compensation Board of Nova Scotia; pamphlets of claims information for employees and employers; a photograph of a man involved in the case; and a copy of a government bill.
File contains two newspaper clippings of articles written by Barbara Hinds for the Chronicle-Herald about sewage disposal in Cole Harbour. The articles were published on December 3, 1970 and January 12, 1971.
File contains newspaper clippings of articles written for the Chronicle-Herald by Barbara Hinds about the inquiry into the loss of the Gulf Gull fishing trawler. The articles are dated from September 20 to October 30, 1972.
File contains typed drafts of articles written for the Chronicle-Herald and Mail-Star, as well as newspaper clippings of some of the articles. The newspaper clippings include articles about animal welfare and medical practices. The clippings also include a special section from the Mail-Star called "A new frontier in the first against children's pain and suffering: The Izaak Walton Killam Hospital for Children." The drafts include articles about Eskimo families, bald eagles, Hinds' car, Arctic exploration, crime, Pierre Trudeau, and other topics.
File contains three newspaper clippings of articles written by Barbara Hinds for the Mail-Star about people from Eskasoni First Nation. The articles were published between June 22, 1974 and July 10, 1974.
File contains two newspaper clippings of articles by Barbara Hinds for the Mail-Star about historic buildings on the Halifax waterfront; two printouts of emails from Judith Cabrita and Basil Grogono; a photocopy of a notice of rescheduled public hearing about a proposed hotel; and a letter from the Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia.
Item is a clipping of a newspaper article by Barbara Hinds titled "Balakrishnan Dies Of Blood Infection At East River." The article was probably published in the Chronicle Herald or Mail Star in 1968. The article is about the death of Balakrishnan, an elephant brought to East River, Nova Scotia by the Anil Canada Ltd. hardboard plant. The article is accompanied by a photograph of Balakrishnan and his keeper, Sankunni.
Fonds contains the personal papers, photographs and sound recordings of Barbara Hinds. The personal papers primarily comprise research material, article drafts, and newspaper clippings related to Hinds' journalism career, but also correspondence, research notes, diaries, maps and manuscripts. Sound recordings were largely created during Hinds' travels in the Canadian Arctic and include several interviews. Photographs include prints, slides, negatives and proof sheets, and were mostly taken in the Canadian Arctic, but also include research and personal photographs.
File contains a booklet of information about the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Yukon Centennial; correspondence with P. J. Greenlaw and D. Snowden; handwritten notes about Labrador; typed notes from a visit to Stadacona in 1966; a typed draft of an article about fitness and a canoe trip; a photograph MacKenzie Porter at the luxury hunters' camp at Cape Dorset, taken by Rosemary Gilliat; a photograph of a boy learning to write at Frobisher School in 1960, taken by Rosemary Gilliat; and maps of the Yukon.
File contains a newspaper clipping of an article called "Catbird sighting highlight of Halifax County bird tally." The article was written by Barbara Hinds for the January 4, 1986 issue of the Chronicle-Herald and Mail-Star.
Series comprises Charles Bruce's professional correspondence, organized by subject. The bulk of the correspondence relates to his professional life and writing, but there are some files containing letters and notes of a more personal nature. Many files contain notes and newspaper clippings.
Series consists of correspondence, secondary materials, manuscripts, published articles, newspaper clippings and notes compiled and created by Charles Bruce related to his research for writing and other projects. There are also notes and clippings related World War II and the occasion of Charles Bruce's plane being shot down.
File contains two newspaper clippings of articles by Barbara Hinds about famine in Ethiopia; a list of members of the Emergency Committee for Ethiopian Relief; and correspondence with Robert L. Stanfield and Alvin Hamilton.
File contains correspondence with Orest E. Ulan from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and Frances MacDonald from the Canadian Magazine.The file also includes a photocopy of a parenting advice column that was attached to one of the letters.
File contains mailing information for magazines, schools, associations, and other organizations who requested to be on the mailing list for press releases from the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine. Most of the information is in the form of correspondence from the organizations about changes of address. The correspondence includes letters from Sharon Acker; the American College of Surgeons; Atlantic Community Newspapers Association; the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation; Le Courrier médical; The Daily Gleaner; Dartmouth Free Press Limited; Future Health; IMS Communications Ltd; The Medical Business Journal; The Medical Post; Austin Rand; Reader's Digest Magazines Limited; Saturday Night; Self; Trimel Communications Inc.; Williams & Wilkins; and World Book, Inc.
Item is a cutline written by Barbara Hinds to accompany a photograph of Sankunni, an Indian mahout or elephant keeper. There are two copies of the cutline, one on yellow paper with corrections written in pencil.
Item consists of three typed cutlines for photographs taken on McNab's Island. The cutlines describe a pier on McNab's Island and Mrs. Farrant, an inhabitant of the island. Two of the cutlines are the same. The cutlines are typed on thin paper with corrections written in pencil.
File contains cutlines written by Barbara Hinds for the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine and a letter from Hinds to Ms. Wood. The cutlines were sent to Ms. Wood along with the corresponding photographs, which are not included in the file.
Item is a typed draft of Barbara Hinds' article entitled "Barbara Hinds Reports From McNab--An Island Caught in the Crossfire," which was published in the Mail-Star in March 1967. The draft is typed on tissue paper and includes many corrections written in pencil.
File contains a typed draft of a paper written by Barbara Hinds about bog bodies; letters sent by Hinds to various medical professionals while researching about bog bodies; and a large photocopy from The Bogman and the Archaeology of People by Don Brothwell.
File contains a typed draft of an article about the seal fishery; "The Cruel Seal Hunt" by Brian Davies, which has been torn from a 1966 issue of the Weekend Magazine; a newspaper clipping of "Hunt for seals just starting" by Barbara Hinds, from the March 14, 1966 (?) issue of the Chronicle-Herald; and a pay stub from the Atlantic Advocate for an article about the seal hunt.
File contains typed drafts of articles with corrections. The articles include one about Eskimos of Northern Quebec for Hinds' "Personally Speaking" column, and an article about making your own liquor called "Black Listed."