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Correspondence and journal article about William H. Johnston

  • MS-9-12, SF Box 52, Folder 26
  • File
  • 1937
File contains a letter from E.E Johnston to Leo McKay regarding information requested by McKay about Johnston's grandfather, William H. Johnston. Enclosed is a 1937 article from The Machinist's Journal regarding the life and death of William Johnston.

Johnston, William H.

Correspondence with Janet Barkhouse

File contains a letter to Janet Barkhouse from her mother, Joyce Barkhouse, which mentions, among other things, her story "Connie Catches a Fish." The file also contains a story about Joyce's childhood, typed by Janet; a newspaper clipping about Joyce's brother Fred Killam's retirement from the family orchard at Woodville; a copy of an obituary for Gardy Killam (Fred's wife, d. 2008); and a copy of a poem written for Dr. H.E. Killam for his 53rd birthday.

Documents related to Nova Scotia Mass Choir and friends

File contains textual records, graphic material, and ephemera related to John Dalton, Marian Deveaux, Debra Deleon, Valerie Dixon, Carman Downey, Carson Downey, Shawn Downey, "Drum! A Musical Tribute," Tim Dunn, Leslie Dunner, Sharon Earle, Cheryl Edgett, Sue Edmonds, and Tim Edmonds.

Documents include newspaper clippings and posters related to "Drum! A Musical Tribute" and other performances.

Documents related to Nova Scotia Mass Choir and friends

File contains documents related to George Jordan, Eileen Joyce, jazz group Ladies in Blue, bassist Steve Lawrence, Owen Lee, Beverly Lewis, Lisa MacDougall, Frank MacKay, Donna MacKenzie, Kim McLeod, Scott MacMillan, Jimmy MacPherson, and Lorraine Klaasen.

Documents include newspaper clippings, posters, programs, and ephemera related to the Halifax Blues Festival, the Atlantic Jazz Festival, the Ladies in Blues' annual breast cancer benefit, the Atlantic Film Festival, the Nova Scotia Mass Choir's annual Martin Luther King concert, album releases, and Neptune Theatre's productions of "Buddy: The Buddy Holly Musical" and "Cats: The Musical."

Documents related to Nova Scotia Mass Choir and friends

File contains documents related to Laura Smith, Reeny Smith, Reverend Wallace Smith, Deanna Sparks, Jamie Sparks, Jeremiah Sparks, Richard Sparks, Mavis Staples, Gary Steed, and Symphony Nova Scotia.

Documents include programs, ephemera, magazine clippings, and newspaper clippings related to the Halifax Jazz Festival, the African Nova Scotian Music Association awards, the Prismatic Arts Festival, the annual Martin Luther King "I Have a Dream" concert, and various theatrical productions. Theatrical productions include Neptune Theatre's "Five Guys Named Moe," "Riot," "World Without Shadows," "The Wizard of Oz," as well as Eastern Front Theatre's "The Satchmo Suite."

Documents related to Nova Scotia Mass Choir and friends

File contains documents related to Symphony Nova Scotia stage manager Jimmy Tasco, Sue Taylor, Johnny Theodore, Luvina Thomas, musical group Touch of Hope, Up on the Roof, Helen Vaughan, Pat Watson, Angels of Lightning, Gerry White, Cecily Williams, musical group The Williams Sisters, Eastern Front Theatre's production of Whylah Falls, Anne Marie Woods, David Woods, Woody Woods, and Carolann Wright-Parks.

Documents include programs, ephemera, magazine clippings, and newspaper clippings related to Halifax Comedy Festival, Theatre Art Guild's "Accidental Death of an Anarchist," various Nova Scotia Mass Choir performances and concerts, Natal Day festivals, the Atlantic Fringe Festival, Halifax Public Libraries' African Heritage Month, Eastern Front Theatre's "Whylah Falls," the Prismatic Arts Festival, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia's exhibit "Mary Lee Blendolph, Gee's Bend Quilts and Beyond," and Black Artists Network of Nova Scotia's exhibit "The Secret Codes: Contemporary African Nova Scotian Narrative and Picture Quilts."

Documents related to Nova Scotia Mass Choir and friends

File contains documents related to Pam Marsh, Donna Marshall, Doris Mason, Dutch Mason, Garrett Mason, One Heart Broken, Odetta Holmes, activist Rosa Parks, Sylvia Parris-Drummond, Larry Patterson, Stephen Pedersen, the People's Gospel Choir of Montreal, Juanita Peters, the Polokwane Choral Society, the Preston Cultural Festival, Jackie Richardson, Mark Riley, Dutch Robinson, Lucille Robinson, Viki Samuels-Stewart, musical group The Sanctified Brothers, Deborah Sangster, Sankofa Songs, writer Charles Saunders, Joe Sealy, Wendy Shea, the Shining Lights Choir, Shy Luv, Marko Simmonds, Verona Singer, Dee Dee Slye, and Sandra Slawter.

Documents include programs, ephemera, and newspaper clippings related to the Ladies In Blue tour, Juanita Peters' plays, including "I M Possible," "Settling Africville," "The Green Book," and other productions, various Natal Day performances, the African Nova Scotian Music Association awards, Joe Sealy's series "Africville Stories," the Atlantic Jazz Festival, and others.

Documents related to the death of Charles Edward Ells

File contains documents related to the death of Charles Edward Ells, Joyce Barkhouse's cousin. Materials include a selective pictorial biography with family pictures, correspondence with his immediate family, an obituary, articles, and a photograph of Ellis in his youth.

Herbert F. MacRae fonds

  • MS-14-31
  • Fonds
  • 1974-2002
Fonds contains Dr. Herbert MacRae’s obituary and tribute articles dedicated to the former Nova Scotia Agricultural College principal. Additionally, the fonds contains a plaque naming the NSAC library in his honour in 1990, and correspondence between Herbert F. MacRae and Layman T. Chapman from 1974.

MacRae, Herbert Farquhar

Herbert MacRae memorial records

File contains Dr. Herbert Farquhar MacRae’s obituary and tribute articles dedicated to the former Nova Scotia Agricultural College principal dated June 2002.

Interfaith AIDS Perspective newsletter

FIle contains the Winter 1996 issue of Interfaith AIDS Perspective, the newsletter for the Edmonton-based Interfaith Association on AIDS. File contains a copy of an obituary for the Rev. Michael Austin McDonald.

Janet Conners fonds

  • MS-15-20
  • Fonds
  • 1974-2010
Fonds contains materials related to Janet Conners' advocacy work for recipients of tainted blood products and other persons with HIV/AIDS. Janet's and her husband, Randy Conners, contracted HIV when Randy, a hemophiliac, was treated with infected blood. After publicly announcing Randy's diagnosis in 1991, the Conners provided testimony to the Royal Commission of Inquiry on the Blood System in Canada [the Krever Inquiry], and became advocates for persons living with HIV/AIDS. Janet revealed her HIV positive status upon Randy's death in 1994. Materials in fonds include legal documents, correspondence, speaking notes, press releases, day planners, awards and honorary degrees, and photographs.

Material on the Oland Family obituaries

This file contains programmes, obituaries and articles on Sidney Oland, Victor Oland, Don Oland, Mrs. Sidney Oland, Eric Oland, Richard Hibbert Oland, Sidney M. Oland, Phililp Warburton Oland, Richard Hurley, Thomas William Bauld, Allister Ross Marshall, H. Barry W. Russell, Norman Stanbury and Edmund (Ted) Canavan.

Obituaries for Reverend Darlene Young

File contains two obituaries for Safe Harbour MCC Reverend Darlene Young; 1 printed out from Walker Funeral Home's website, and one photocopy of Jon Tattrie's article "Rainbow church moves on after beloved minister's death" for the Chronicle Herald.

Richard Morton fonds

  • MS-14-36
  • Fonds
  • 1955 - 2011
Fonds is comprised of Richard (Dick) Morton’s Nova Scotia Agricultural College certificates; photographs (including the NSAC 1952 graduating class photo); a copy of The 50th anniversary of 4-H in Nova Scotia; newspaper clippings; a certificate of recognition and appreciation on Richard Morton’s retirement; Mr. Morton’s obituary; notes of condolence; two personal accounts from friends/colleagues, including Memories of Dick Morton, by Robert Murray, Class of 1952; and an untitled and anonymous poem dated 1978.

Morton, Richard

William Harop Hattie fonds

  • MS-13-12
  • Fonds
  • 1894-1932
Fonds consists of correspondence with the Canadian Medical Association and its professional journal; manuscripts of papers and addresses; off prints; obituaries of Dr. Hattie; a letter from Secretary of Graduates of McGill University H.C. Pruell (1897); and a letter from Sir J.W. Dawson (1897).

Hattie, William Harop