File contains textual records pertaining to Ann Elizabeth O'Toole, a Nova Scotian pharmacist, after whom a pharmacy award is named. Documents include a biography of Dr. O'Toole, correspondence with Neil J. MacKinnon, David Jakeman, newspaper clippings, a history paper by Michelle Methot, and handwritten notes.
File contains articles from Canadian Druggist, Canadian Pharmaceutical Journal, and Druggists' Weekly related to Prince Edward Island (PEI). Some of the articles have been photocopied. Also includes notes on Daniel A. McKinnon of Charlottetown.
Item is a collage of the 1964 graduating class of the College of Pharmacy. The collage consists of photographs of J. L. Williams; J. F. Tucker; W. D. Kearns; B. G. Sarson; D. C. Hankinson; W. Matheson; F. D. Spriggs; M. P. Moore; R. C. Nadeau; M. J. Madden; D. O. Jamieson; and N. D. Beaton arranged around a prescription symbol.
Item is a collage of the 1963 graduating class of the Dalhousie University College of Pharmacy. The collage consists of photographs of S. W. MacDonald; B. N. Hawkins; J. K. Tingley; K. W. Jarvis; D. R. Campbell; J. L. Williams; G. B. Yuill; S. R. Varner; B. G. Sarson; A. P. Howard; and J. G. McMellon. The photographs and captions are decorated with gold and silver geometric shapes.
Item is a collage of the Dalhousie University Pharmacy class of 1942. The collage consists of photographs of C. T. Anderson; J. E. Cooke; F. G. Faulkner; J. K. Lawton; and J. R. Sterns arranged around a photograph of the Medical Sciences Building, later the George A. Burbidge Pharmacy Building (1968).
Item is a collage of the Dalhousie University Pharmacy class of 1943. The collage consists of photograph of Ada Brown; W. B. Terris; and N. A. MacKay arranged around a photograph of the Medical Sciences Building, later the George A. Burbidge Pharmacy Building (1968). There is a photograph of the Forrest Building underneath the photograph of the Medical Sciences Building. Elizabeth Ester Long (Sister Charles Clare) is listed as absent.
File contains lists of recipients of various pharmacy scholarships, medals, and prizes from Dalhousie University, mostly within the College of Pharmacy. File also contains correspondence between J. Gordon Duff and K. Bradshaw of Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd., and between Duff and Malcolm Fruin of Eli Lilly and Company Ltd.
Item is a photograph of the 1916 Dalhousie Class in Pharmacy. The photograph consists of portraits of D. N. McDonald; J. A. McLean; C. L. Moore (M.A.); F. L. Crouse; E. H. Freeman; A. L. Chaisson; S. J. Campbell; E. M. MacLeod (Instructor); C. H. Ormond; T. V. Woolrich (Instructor); J. E. McKenna; G. R. Spencer; J. D. Walsh (Instructor); G. A. Burbidge (Instructor); C. B. Nickerson (M.A.); H. B. C. Dixon; G. D. Nixon; A. A. Thompson (Instructor); C. E. Watt; H. W. Spencer; W. C. Rockwell; and V. G. Worth arranged around a photograph of the Forrest Building. The word "university" is misspelled ("Univarsity").
Item is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine, class of 1950. The photograph consists of portraits of C. J. Alexander; D. W. Arklie; P. F. M. Ashley; G. W. Battcock; N. S. Black; J. R. Brown; M. P. Burley; R. H. Butler; D. A. Campbell; G. J. H. Colwell; G. H. Flight; T. A. Foster; G. M. Fraser; G. U. Hill; A. E. Johnson; D. H. Kirkpatrick; R. D. Lawton; R. F. MacDonald; A. R. MacEwan; R. D. MacKay; J. A. MacInnes; A. J. MacLeod; A. M. MacPherson; H. D. MacWilliam; G. A. May; M. Mendelson; J. Milligan; B. S. C. Morton; A. Myrden; R. O'Driscoll; T. J. O'Neil; R. Phillips; J. H. L. Robbins; J. M. Ryan; A. H. Shears; J. Sieniewicz; R. G. Simpson; O. R. Smith; O. Warr; A. S. Wenning; J. G. Williams; and P. D. Bursey arranged in five rows. R. A. Clowater; M. Perchanok; and A. D. Threlkald are listed as missing.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1922 Dalhousie pharmacy faculty and class. The photograph consists of portraits of A. H. Beaton; S. R. Forbes; A. P. Trask; R. O. Backman; H. MacDonald; B. Colquhoun; H. R. Hersey; R. C. Huestis; J. P. Driscoll; D. R. MacKinnon; E. D. Hines; A. L. Seldon; A. S. MacKenzie (President, Ph.D., F.R.S.E.); G. R. Gilroy; J. R. McFatridge; K. H. Staples; J. B. Melanson; J. I. MacKnight; E. M. McLeod; E. W. Todd (B.A.); M. D. MacDougall; L. L. Henshaw; C. W. Archibald; G. F. Sleggs (B.Sc.); S. R. Balcolm (Lecturer); J. D. Walsh (Lecturer); S. H. Keshen (M.D., C.M.); H. P. Collins; T. B. Horsler; F. A. Morton; D. F. Harris (D.S.C., F.R.S.E. & G.); G. A. Burbidge (Dean); L. C. Rice; and J. F. Curry arranged around a photograph of the Forrest Building and a drawing of a mortar and pestle.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1925 Dalhousie University pharmacy faculty and class. The photograph consists of portraits of E. M. MacLeod (Lecturer); D. S. MacDongald; W. B. Wilson; W. A. MacLeod; R. MacKeen; H. A. Harold; Professor E. W. Todd; G. A. Burbidge (Dean); J. D. Alexander (President); C. G. Fulton; H. P. Bell; G. M. Henderson; G. A. Grant; R. A. Freeman; A. Trask (Lecturer); C. A. Robbins; B. F. MacDonald; A. R. Miller; J. D. Walsh (Lecturer); A. S. MacKenzie (President); T. F. White; J. F. Power; J. MacKnight (Lecturer); and D. B. Smallwood arranged around a photograph of the Forrest Building.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1951 graduating class and faculty of pharmacy. The photograph consists of portraits of W. H. Manson; R. M. Wallace; D. C. McDougall; F. B. Hopkins; C. H. Forbes; M. B. Campbell; D. B. Fay; J. R. McQuinn; E. A. Roy; R. P. Parkin; F. E. Donovan; J. E. Cooke; J. I. McKnight; G. R. Buckley; J. D. Walsh (Dean); D. A. Laughlin; J. B. O'Brien; E. D. Mosher; James E. McKinna; C. S. Moore; J. A. Stairs; D. D. Murchie; H. R. Cameron; S. W. Hare; F. A. Atkinson; John R. McKenna; and J. MacKinnon arranged around a photograph of the Medical Sciences Building, later the George A. Burbidge Pharmacy Building (1968).
File contains a composite photograph consisting of several photographs taken at the Nova Scotia Pharmaceutical Association 25th anniversary and annual meeting held in Bedford on June 20th, 1901. The photographs include group photographs of attendees; attendees playing tug-of-war, baseball, and other games; a train; the Belle-Vue Hotel; and a dining room.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1952 graduating class and faculty of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Pharmacy. The photograph consists of portraits of J. D. Walsh (Dean); Lloyd A. Smith; John R. O'Connor; Eugene V. Wilson; George A. Smith; Merle T. MacDonald; Arlington T. A. Mader; Tarvell J. Antworth; Arthur J. Spears; Donald S. MacDonald; Glendon M. Hannah; Gerald J. Guidry; Gerald E. Moulton; Kenneth D. MacKenzie; John M. Kearney; J. E. Cooke; Fraser J. Mooney; T. B. Weld; Robert R. Collins; James H. Meating; Louis P. Cassidy; Lloyd M. Stone; Alvin A. Nunn; J. J. MacKnight; T. R. Buckley; Marjorie F. Rodd; Harry N. Wade; and Robert G. McKean arranged around a photograph of the Medical Sciences Building, later the George A. Burbidge Pharmacy Building (1968).
File contains newsletter articles pertaining to Dalhousie University's College of Pharmacy Professor Emeritus Dr. David Yung. File also contains a program to an event commemorating Dr. Yung's 40 years of service and excellence and commitment to Pharmacy in Maritime Canada, as well as an invitation to a congradulatory event for Dr. Yung's appointment as Professor Emeritus.
File contains textual records pertaining to the Sherbrooke Village, such as descriptions of the drug store building, a booklet by John N. Grant entitled "The Development of Sherbrooke Village to 1880", an agenda for the opening of the pharmacy building, a memorandum from the chief curator Robert W. Frame, and handwritten notes.
File contain a book entitled "Historical Hobbies for the Pharmacist", published by the American Institure of the History of Pharmacy, with editors Gregory J. Higby and Elaine C. Stroud. File also contains a letter to American Institure of the History of Pharmacy members, dated March 25 1995.
Fonds contains the records of druggist J.D.B. Fraser, including receipts and invoices (1894); a ledger used by Fraser and MacKenna (1909); correspondence (1846-1855); the bank book of James A. Fraser (1899-1907); day books; and prescription books (1885-1886).
File contains black and white photographs separated from the J.K. Lawton file (28-5) of Lawton's Drug Store as well as group pictures of the Canadian Pharmaceutical Association, of which J.K. Lawton was a member.
File contains records related to Dr. John Ryan (1928-2007), a notable Nova Scotian pharmacist. Materials include correspondence with John Ryan, Lilly [?] Stratton, and Janice Fleming, as well as biographies, newspaper articles, funeral liturgy, and a 2004 convocation documents related to the Mr. Pharmacy Award.
File contains three copies of a leaflet with a short history history of Louis Hébert (1575-1627) written by George A. Bender, along with a print of an oil painting by Robert A. Thom. The leaflet is number 17 of 20 from a History of Medicine series by the Parke, Davis & Company. For related file, see 29-5.
File contains photocopies and type copies of articles pertaining to the history of pharmacy in Canada from periodicals such as the Canadian Pharmaceutical Journal, Druggists' Weekly, Montreal Pharmaceutical Journal, and the Canadian Druggist. File also contains a report by H.H. Gaetz from 1922 on pharmaceutical education.
File contains textual records pertaining to the Nova Scotia Pharmaceutical Society (NSPS), including correspondence with Rita Caldwell and Ernst Stieb, annual reports for the years 1994-1995, 1996-1997, 2000-2001, and 2001-2002, articles and texts on the subject of Louis Hébert, Taylor's Drug Store, Hattie & Mylius, and the NSPS.
Item is a photograph of the 1920 Dalhousie Junior Pharmacy class. The photograph shows G. Gilroy; H. Patton; F. Rossiter; C. W. Archibald; J. W. Graham; H. McDonald; M. D. MacDougall; R. O. Backman; L. Rice; G. Holmes; V. McDonald; L. Fogo; D. McKinnon; S. Ball; A. McLellan; H. Pollett; C. B. Thompson; T. A. McMenamon; A. McCuish; W. Stoneman; A. Trask; R. Bower; L. Archibald; W. C. McLeod; V. Lewis; A. MacKenzie; W. Williams; J. White; A. Ogilvie; E. McEachern; F. Loye; E. Beaton; J. Chaisson; C. H. Zwicker; P. Wright; W. Wilson; and W. Arthur sitting or standing in five rows on the front steps of a building.
Item is a photograph of the Nova Scotia College of Pharmacy First Certified Dug Clerks Course Class of 1916, in affiliation with Dalhousie University. The photograph consists of portraits of E. M. McLeod (Demonstrator of Dispensing); G. A. Burbidge (Lecturer on Pharmacy & Materia Medica); R. Jewkes; S. H. Keshen; W. McLeod; F. S. Chittick; W. H. McDonald; G. L. Schwartz; R. Haverstock; F. A. Morton; W. McKeil; A. A. Thompson (Lecturer on Economics); B. A. Archibald; M. Devereux; J. D. Walsh (Lecturer on Prescriptions); H. D. Madden (Lecturer on Materia Medica); J. Higson; A. S. MacKenzie (Ph.D., D.C.L., F.R.C.S., President of Dalhousie University); M. McDonald; A. F. Buckley (M.D., C.M., Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics); E. K. McLellan (M.D., C.M., Lecturer on Physiology and Toxicology); and Professor C. B. Nickerson (Instructor on Chemistry) arranged around a photograph of the Forrest Building and a drawing of a mortar and pestle.
File contains a photograph taken at the Nova Scotia Pharmaceutical Society 25th anniversary and annual meeting. The photograph is a group photo taken on the steps of "The Sydney" in Bedford, Nova Scotia.
File contains correspondence between Professor R.O. Hurst of the Ontario College of Pharmacy and Dean G.A. Burbidge of the Maritime College of Pharmacy. File also contains correspondence between R.O. Hurst and Dean J. Esmonde Cooke of the College of Pharmacy.
Fonds contains records documenting the activities, organizations and associations in which Balcom was involved, including the Red Cap Snowshoe Club and the No. 7 Stationary Hospital. Record types include correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, memorabilia and parliamentary papers.