File is an audio reel containing an episode of Women's Time. This episode is the first part of a two-part series that features parts of a lecture given at Dalhousie University, entitled "A Feminist Aesthetic," by Donna Smyth, a feminist writer and professor at Acadia University.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of Women's Time. This episode is the second part of a two-part series that features parts of a lecture given at Dalhousie University, entitled "A Feminist Aesthetic," by Donna Smyth, a feminist writer and professor at Acadia University.
File contains correspondence between the Atlantic Geoscience Society members and various persons, including Paul Copper, Norman Lyttle, Chris Beaumont, H.G. Miller, Sandra M. Barr, Aubrey Frickers, Laing Ferguson, Nancy A. Van Wagoner, Francis R. Cook, R.C. Draper, Howard V. Donohoe Jr., G.R. Peatfield, Donald W. Hattie, J. Waldron, and others.
Fonds consists of records regarding a wide range of activities of the Atlantic Geoscience Society, including committee meetings and development of educational videos. Fonds contains meeting agendas, reports, correspondence, newsletters, by-laws, and other textual records.
File includes records relating to Upstream's fall tour in 1992, which included performances in Nova Scotia (Yarmouth, Halifax, Wolfville); Moncton, New Brunswick; Montreal, Quebec; and Ontario (Toronto, Ottawa, Peterborough, and Kitchener).
File contains correspondence from Janice Kulyk Keefer to Budge Wilson regarding a speech and article that she wrote about Wilson's book "The Leaving." The speech and article were presented at a conference on Maritime Women held at Acadia University in 1995. The file includes two versions of the article.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of Title Waves. This episode is on Margaret Conrad's book George Nowlan: Maritime Conservative in National Politics (1986). Conrad, born in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia was a professor in the history department at Acadia University from 1969 until 2002. The episode was recorded December 3, 1986 and aired December 4, 1986.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of Title Waves. This episode features an interview with Dean Jobb, a journalism professor, author, and journalist from Wolfville, Nova Scotia. His book, Shades of Justice: Seven Nova Scotia Murder Cases, was published in 1988. This episode, hosted by Judy Dudar, was recorded January 24, 1989 and aired January 26, 1989.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of Title Waves. This episode features an interview with Margaret Conrad, a Canadian historian and professor at Acadia University, and Toni Laidlaw, a professor in educational psychology at Dalhousie University. Together with Donna Smyth, they are the authors of No Place Like Home: Diaries and Letters of Nova Scotia Women 1771-1938 (1988). Hosted by Judy Dudar, the episode aired December 27, 1988 and was rebroadcast February 9,  and September 7, 1989.
Fonds consists of Janet M. Eaton's materials regarding her professional involvement with the Canadian Association for Adult Education and the Continuous Learning Association of Nova Scotia. Fonds includes meeting minutes, reports, correspondence, conference programmes, and other textual records.
Series consists of Janet M. Eaton's material regarding her involvement with the Continuous Learning Association of Nova Scotia. Series includes correspondence, programmes, pamphlets, meeting minutes, reports, and other textual records.
Item is a letter from Julia Schmitt Healy to Ron Shuebrook concerning his omission from the Board of Directors of Eye Level Gallery. In the letter, Healy reveals that the selection process was "basically fascism prompted by our Catch-22 situation: To apply for the grant we had to have a board of directors yet we had no members who, under a true co-operative would elect the board." She invites Shuebrook to contribute a piece to the gallery's first show, Peggy's Cove Syndrome.
Item is a photograph of the Medical Society of Nova Scotia at a meeting in Wolfville on July 2nd and 3rd, 1913. The photograph shows society members sitting in several rows in front of the entrance to a building.
Item is a photograph of President J.E. Richardson presenting the president's award to Lloyd I. Hersey of Annapolis Nova Scotia while S.L. Nixon of Berwick, J.E. Nicoles of Kentville, J.F. Longley of Kentville and D. Gesner of Wolfville look on.
File contains documents related to questions about federal funding for higher education asked by Samuel Balcom in the Canadian House of Parliament in 1955 when Balcom was a member of Parliament. Balcom asked a series of questions about educational grants to Nova Scotia institutions and received information about the distribution of funding across Canada. The file contains published accounts of parliamentary proceedings in March 1955 and associated correspondence between Balcom and other persons, such as J.D., McLean, Dean of the Dalhousie Faculty of Dentistry, and Watson Kirkconnell, President of Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of Black Cultural Centre Presents, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode is on Reverend Dr. William Pearly (W.P.) Oliver of Wolfville, Nova Scotia, who passed away on May 26, 1989. Rev. Oliver proposed a Cultural Education Centre in 1972, which eventually became the Black Cultural Centre in 1983. The episode aired on June 1, 1989 and was rebroadcasted on June 6, 1989 and May 29, 1990.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of Title Waves. This episode features Wolfville-born author Susan Haley on her book Getting Married in Buffalo Jump (1987). It aired September 23, 1987 and was rebroadcast October 1, 1987 and May 19, 1988. It was edited on May 19, 1988 before it was rebroadcast.
File contains letters and invoices from individuals and businesses including: Wolfville Schools (Wolfville, NS); Wolfville-St. Andrews United Church (Wolfville, NS); Wolfville, Town of (Wolfville, NS); Wood Bros. (Pugwash Junction, NS); Wood Bros. Company Ltd. (Halifax, NS); Eleanor Wood (Wolfville, NS).