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Series consists of documents relating to the Librarys Special Collections, including correspondence, catalogue cards, book lists and requests for non-circulating materials. Series spans the entire history of the College, with correspondence relat...
- 1845 -
Fonds contain records related to the founding, history, and upkeep of the Alumni Association of the University of King’s College. Documents reflect all aspects of the Association’s jurisdiction and include meeting minutes and agendas; governance d...
- 1935 - 2012
Henry Drake Petersen was born in Amityville, Long Island, New York, on August 31, 1946. He died in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on October 17, 2012. He never married or had children. Petersen was educated in the Amityville public school system, graduatin...
Fonds consists of materials created and collected by the University of King's College Board of Governors and its committees while carrying out their mandated functions. Documents reflect all aspects of the Board's sphere of responsibility and inc...
- 1900 - 1953
Collection consists of correspondence written by 56 Canadian authors, poets and journalists who were acquainted with Andrew Merkel, as well as publications and programmes from the literary societies in which Merkel was a central figure. There are ...
- 1794 -
The collection consists of architectural records of five major architects or architectural firms who were commissioned by the University of King's College to design buildings for the University when it was located in Windsor, Nova Scotia, and afte...
- 1803 -
The records in the fonds were created, received or used by the Registrar's Office staff in the course of their work. The Registrar stored inactive records in the basement of the main building until the Library opened in 1991, when the records were...
Fonds consists of correspondence written by 93 Anglican bishops from dioceses across Canada. Most of the letters were written during the bishops' episcopates, although a few date from before the bishop's consecration. Most of the letters are man...
Series includes materials related to displays, as well as pamphlets and brochures published by the Library for past exhibitions. The series ranges from Library tours conducted in 1957 to academic presentations in 2009.