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Lemuel Publicover's miscellaneous business records

  • MS-2-105, SF Box 50, Folder 4
  • File
  • 1892-1896
File contains a bill of lading dated 26 November 1892, a letter written to Lemuel Publicover by Elias Sampson dated 1 January1894, a receipt issued by M.J. Bates on26 July 1896, and a receipt issued by John White and Company on 30 June 1896.

Pulbicover, Lemuel

Peter Bell exhibition Feb. 1968 : [exhibition file]

File consists of records related to the exhibition 'Paintings by Peter Bell' circulated by the Atlantic Provinces Art Circuit and shown at Dalhousie Art Gallery in February 1968.

Records consists of a draft exhibition pamphlet, correspondence from Evelyn Holmes to Peter Bell, and between Holmes, James Little (Curator, Confederation Art Gallery), and Ian James (Professor, Acadia University), and confirmation of receipt of artworks from Confederation Art Gallery.

Provincial Workmen's Association, Pioneer Lodge No. 1 fonds

  • MS-9-33
  • Fonds
  • 1887-1906
Fonds includes a membership dues ledger created by Pioneer Lodge No.1; a contract between the Canada Coal and Railroad Company Ltd and its employees; and receipts from members.

Provincial Workmen's Association, Pioneer Lodge No. 1

Walter Richard Sickert exhibition October-December 1971 : [exhibition file]

File consists of records relating to the 'Walter R. Sickert Exhibition', organized and circulated by the Beaverbrook Art Gallery and presented at Dalhousie Art Gallery from October to December 1971.

Records consist mainly of correspondence of Ernest Smith (Director, Dalhousie Art Gallery) and staff of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Additional records consist of insurance certificates, exhibition loan agreement forms, correspondence between Henry Hicks (President, Dalhousie University) and Wallace S. Bird (Chairman, Beaverbrook Art Gallery) requesting a loan of the Sickert paintings, shipping receipts, and a condition report.