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Item is a book written by Doris Evans and Gertrude Tynes that features profiles of Nova Scotia's segregated schools and teachers at those schools, as well as photographs and speeches from the Retired Teachers of Segregated Schools of Nova Sco...
Le fonds se compose de: Série (A) - Dossier ayant trait a l'Acadie ou aux Acadiens; Série (B) - Recherche sur Clare; Série (C) - Documents sur education; Série (D) - Documents prives d'Albert Melanson; Série (E) - Albums de decoupures de...
Series forms part of the Eastern Shore Archives map collection and consists of copies of topographical maps of Halifax County published by A. F. (Ambrose Finson) Church & Co. of Granville St., Halifax in 1865. The maps were produced from actua...
Item is a pamphlet that contains an article outlining research that focused on adult education among Black Nova Scotians, including a pilot program that was initiated in New Road, Nova Scotia. It was written by Gwendolyn V. Shand.
Series forms part of the Pleasant Point School trustees fonds and consists of teachers’ agreements between 1917 and 1938, school census forms, surveys, a publication entitled The Public Schools of Nova Scotia, advisories from the Inspector of Scho...
- 1927 - 2002
Fonds consists of a disassembled scrapbook containing photographs, textual documents, ephemera, and grey literature documenting the artistic career of Alice Hagen. In addition, there are records touching on Hagen’s exhibitions, her study of Native...
Item is a photograph of the teachers and pupils of Baddeck School at one end of the school building.
Item is a photograph of the first graduates of Canadian Institute of Management, David Sturges, Cy Kavanagh and Lester Chiasson.