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Alan Ruffman fonds
Fonds · [197-] - 1990, predominant 1974 - 1978
Fonds consists of materials regarding Alan Ruffman's contributions to the Atlantic Sub-committee of Oceanography (ASCO) and the Canadian Committee on Oceanography (CCO), including reports, manuscripts, correspondence, newspaper clipping, meeting minutes, newsletters and others textual records. MS-2-578
Archibald Beaton fonds
Fonds · 1897-1898
Fonds consists of correspondence of Archibald Beaton, Donald MacDonald and Rev. Ronald Beaton in Rome. Letters deal with the opening of the coal mines at Broad Cove in the late 1890s, a description of Rome, and the ordering of a set of bagpipes as a gift. Interspersed there is also bagpipe music, written by Archibald Beaton. MG 12.31
Arnold J. Tingley fonds
Fonds · 1990 - [199-]
Fonds consists of two books and a manuscript written by Arnold J. Tingley during his tenure as a professor in the Department of Mathematics and as Dalhousie University Registrar. MS-2-649
Fonds · 1885-1902
Fonds consists of correspondence, receipts, bills, accounts, letters of incorporation, policies, legal documents, indentures, and financial statements related to the operations of the Cowan Gold Mine.
Fonds · 1930-1999
administrative, research records and microfilmed copies of original materials collected from a variety of archives. Administrative records consist of correspondence, reports, minutes, and planning material related to the present operations of the Fortress and the reconstruction process. Also included are documentary records related to the reconstruction and to interpretation. Research materials consist of primary (copies) and secondary material used to support the present interpretation and reconstruction planning of the Fortress. Primary materials are microfilmed copies of original materials which are housed in various archives including the Archives Nationales (France), National Archives of Canada, Archives Departementales (France), and the Public Record Office (London). The scope of these records is varied but all are related to the history of the French presence in Nova Scotia, especially in regards to the Fortress. Also included in the fonds is an index to and copies of Louisbourg Parish registers.
Collection · 1557-1939
The collection consists of manuscripts, maps, and watercolours collected by William Inglis Morse, as well as some of his personal documents and photographs. 1927.001-WIM, 1931.004-WIM
Terra Nova
Item · 1600
Item is an early map of Eastern Canada. Bertius derived this map from Petrus Plancius' map of North America (1594), which documented Newfoundland as a single island for the first time. MAP 501
Item · 1633
Item is the first printed map to include an accurate depiction of Prince Edward Island, and the earliest depiction of a north-south orientated Lake Champlain. MAP 686
Book, Bible
Item · 1656
Bible with 3 individual pieces of paper (4 total components). 'a' is a wood, leather jacket with 7 brass corner pieces (1 is missing), 2 brass clasps, and 2 leather straps with brass hooks. Some writing on the inside top cover has a date (1675) and says it was published by the Brothers John & Henry Stern at Lunenburg (not Nova Scotia) in 1656. 'b' is a drawing with sketches of 2 bushes and a tree with some flowers on the upper left borders, done in black ink. 'c' is a hand written note in black ink describing the early data in the Bible's publication. 'd' is a letter written in German, dated 1797. 018.54