Affichage de 9 résultats

Description archivistique
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Nova Scotia Online Consortium fonds
Fonds · 1975 - 1985
Fonds consists of records regarding the Nova Scotia Online Consortium's activities, including meeting minutes, correspondence, reports, and other textual records. MS-2-722
Truro Residents Association Fonds
Fonds · 1997
The fonds consists of textual records and photographs regarding the Truro Residents Association's involvement in the fight against the opening of Atlantic Superstore in Truro, NS. Record types include scrapbooks, reports and presentations, correspondence, and clippings. Photographs show areas of concern for environmental health in Truro, and presentation materials. 1997.119.1 - 94
Lester D. MacKeen fonds
Fonds · 1928-1969
Fonds consists of four series: 1) Blacksmith and Heating Business Records, 2) Personal Files, Statements, and Correspondence, 3) Municipal Files and Correspondence, 4) Blacksmith and Heating Business Receipt Books (1938-1969), and 5) Blacksmith and Heating Business Ledgers. Fonds consist of records documenting the day-to-day business operations of Lester D. MacKeen's blacksmithing and heating business; files, statements, and correspondence relating to the personal life and daily activities of Lester D. MacKeen; records and correspondence relating to municipal roles performed by Lester D. MacKeen as secretary of the Unemployment Relief Central Committee (also known as the Overseers of the Poor) for the Municipality of St. Mary's between 1933 and 1934 and as Deputy Sheriff for Guysborough County. 2014.008
Sherriff's Sale
Pièce · 1855
Fait partie de Frank Patterson Collection
A public notice of a Sheriff's Sale at Colchester Supreme Court, Truro, January 29, 1855. Alexander Campbell, Plaintiff vs. William Bell, Defendant - to be sold at public auction 100 acres of land. Signed by Sheriff Charles Blanchard and Adams G. Archibald, Attorney of the Admrs. of Plantiff. 1999.94.5
Gordon Kinsman Collection
Collection · 1929 - 1939
The collection contains 3 cm of textual records related to the fur farming industry in Nova Scotia during the 1920s and 1930s. Many items are related to H. S. Cruikshank, a taxidermist of Colchester County. Photographs show early tanneries and the logging industry in Nova Scotia. 1997.26.1 - 57
Spring/Summer 1889 Hat Collection
Pièce · 1889
An original reproduction color poster produced by J. F. Blanchard & Co. of Truro, NS in 1889. Features the styles of hats available for the spring and summer season. 91.62.2 and 2010.55.1
Blacksmith and Heating Business Records
Série organique · 1928-1956
Fait partie de Lester D. MacKeen fonds
Series consists of records, files, and correspondence relating to the daily business operations of Lester D. MacKeen's blacksmithing and heating business, including business promotional calendars for 1928; trade literature and correspondence from paint, stove range, and agricultural equipment firms including Glidden Paints, Frost and Wood, Fawcett, Findlay, Enterprise, General Electric, Calkin, La Compagnie Normand Limitee, and A. Belanger Ltd.; receipts, invoices, bank drafts, order forms, statements, and correspondence relating to the firms Wm. Stairs, Son, & Morrow Ltd. of Halifax, NS and Jas. Simmonds Ltd., Halifax, NS from which MacKeen ordered blacksmithing supplies. Series is arranged in five files: 1) Promotional Materials; 2) Trade Literature Correspondence; 3) Wm. Stairs, Son & Morrow Ltd.; 4) Jas. Simmonds Ltd.; 5) Misc. Records and Receipts.
Nova Scotia Teachers College Collection
Collection · 1951 - 1997
The fonds contains records that demonstrate the academic activities of the staff and students of the Nova Scotia Teachers College, as well as some materials from the previous Nova Scotia Normal College. The series include: calendars, student directories, guide books, essays, examinations, commencement programs, convocation programs, banquet programs, “Teachers Views” newsletters, “Normal Bulletin” newsletters, while all other records are arranged in no particular order. Dominant record types include awards, certificates, Principal’s reports, addresses, and newspaper clippings, letters, newsletters, and records of the Alumni Association. The records provide information on some of the special events of the school, including Athletic Awards banquets, Honours banquets, convocation, commencement, Christmas concerts, Winter Carnival. Also included are materials on Dalhousie University and Nova Scotia Agricultural College convocations in 1993. 2016.82.1 - 147