File is an audio reel containing an interview with Zoe Lucas, a researcher of marine debris on Sable Island. Lucas was a guest speaker at a public meeting held at the Nova Scotia Museum in conjunction with a Workshop on Plastics Debris and Lost and Abandoned Fishing Gear in the Aquatic Environment (May 17-18, 1989). Lucas spoke with CKDU's Frank Fawson at the public meeting. The interview aired May 18, 1989 and was rebroadcast May 22, 1989 on Title Waves; May 22, 1989 on The Evening Affair; and July 25, 1989.
Fonds comprises records documenting Marq de Villiers' work as a journalist and writer of non-fiction. Record types include manuscripts and published work—including collaborations with his wife, Sheila Hirtle; correspondence; publicity and reviews; and a small series of personal photographs and photographs taken in the course of his research.
Item is a photograph of a Sable Island horse nibbling at the sparse vegetation. Sable Island horses ancestors arrived from Spain in the eighteenth century. Photograph taken by Peter Saraganian. Peter Saraganian was with psychology department. Wamboldt-Waterfield printed the photo.
Item is a photograph of John Wright, graduate student Dean Renouf and Psychologist Dr. Henry James constructing an A-frame building for research and dwelling on Sable Island. Photographs taken by Peter Saraganian. Peter Saraganian was with psychology department. Wamboldt-Waterfield printed the photo.
Item is a duplicate of a photograph in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album, 1917-1927. The Gloucester fishing schooner Esperanto won the Herald Cup at the first international fisherman's races in 1920, which was held off Halifax.
Item is a copy of a photograph in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album, 1917-1927. The trawler Fabia was from Boston, and was equipped with diving and salvage gear. In the summer of 1921, the Fabia was financed by the Boston Post to raise the schooner Esperanto in order to defend the latter's title to the Herald Cup. The efforts to put the schooner back into service ultimately failed.
File contains 78 photographs taken by Bill Freedman at Sable Island, Nova Scotia, over two visits between 1981 and 1982. Photographs show vegetation, brackish ponds, aerial surveys, wild horses, as well as some of the researchers. File also includes 3 transparencies.
Fonds consists of a manuscript about Allen's experiences with one of his superiors during his service on Sable Island, a Department of Marine Notice from 1919, and 60 photographs of Sable Island and its inhabitants.
File contains Maxxam and Stantec reports relating to water analysis samples taken from several locations on Sable Island. File also includes draft manuscript compiled by Freedman, for Jacques Whitford Stantec Limited.
Item may have been a page in one of Thomas Head Raddall's photograph albums. The photographs are either duplicates of or related to material in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album, 1917-1927. T.H. Raddall, Sr. can be found holding the telescope in the middle of the front row in the portrait of the rifle division. On the reverse side of the scrapbook page, the photographs on the left and right of Thomas Head Raddall are duplicates from the aforementioned album. The photograph on the left was taken in North Sydney in 1920, and the photograph on the right was taken in Point Pleasant Park in 1921. The photograph in the bottom middle may have been taken at Sable Island.
File contains the manuscript by Freedman, with P.M. Catling and Z.Lucas, for Proceedings of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science, volume 34, parts 3-4. File also contains the draft manuscript entitled "The vegetation of Sable Island", as well as correspondence and photo negatives.