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Charles Fulton collection
Collection · [189-?]-[193-?]
Collection consists of items relating to Charles Fulton's personal life, service as a police officer, and death. The majority of the records relate to his funeral. The collection consists of series: Police service records (contains photographs of Fulton's grave and of other officers, newspaper clippings related to Fulton's death, and letters to his widow from the police service) and Family records (contains letters to the widow, scrapbooks, and family photographs). CR3
Town of Bedford fonds
Fonds · 1979-1999
Fonds consists of records created by the Town of Bedford. See series for details. 103
Series · 1802-1811, 1838-1965
Fonds consists of records created by the Halifax Poor Asylum and the Halifax City Home including account books and records of residents admitted and discharged. A small portion of the series was created by the boards charged with managing the asylum and city home. 102-33 (Formerly RG 35-102-33A-C)
City of Halifax fonds
Fonds · 1802-1996
Fonds consists of records related to the management of the City of Halifax. See series descriptions for details. 102
Fonds · 1954-2004, predominant 1962-1970
Fonds consists of copies of material compiled by Donald MacLean, secretary of the Halifax Advisory Committee on Human Rights, from the Committee's active years, as well as from his continuing interest in the Africville story. There is an incomplete set of committee minutes, 1962-1968, as well as correspondence, reports, interview transcripts and newsclippings. There are also the original responses to a committee-sanctioned survey of Africville residents in 1962 for the purpose of determining how long they had been in Africville, what financial settlement they expected, and where they wanted to live. CR5
John E. Lloyd fonds
Fonds · 1943-1985
Fonds consists of materials created and/or accumulated by John E. Lloyd during his political career in municipal and federal politics. The fonds consists primarily of scrapbooks, black and white photographs, and newspaper clippings from Lloyd's time as Mayor of Halifax, but also contains some copies of speeches, correspondence, submissions, and a poster. CR9
Collection · 1752-1784
Collection consists of Collection consists of original deeds and sale agreements to properties in Halifax, NS, primarily involving Joshua Mauger. There is also a large wax seal that may have been attached to one of the documents. See item-level descriptions for details. CR11
Fonds · 1991-2004
Fonds consists of correspondence and project files for the creation and maintenance of the World Peace Pavilion on the Dartmouth waterfront. Records were created by the Metro Youth for Global Unity and the Baha'I World Peace Pavilion Stewardship Committee. Files are arranged predominently by country, and consist primarily of donation requests and related correspondence regarding the collection of bricks and rocks from numerous contries to be included in the pavilion. Also included are photographs of the donations,pamphlets and news clippings discussing the pavilion, the catalogue of donations, and a Memorandum of Understanding between the Halifax Regional Municipality and the The Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Halifax. There is a sound recording of a 1998 tour of the Pavilion in which initiator Rachel Farahbakhsh explains the project and tells the story of each donation. CR12
Collection · [1870] - 1980
Collection consists of individual, unrelated graphic images (photographs, slides, negatives) that depict places or people or events within the Halifax Region. CR6
Item · 1899
Item consists of a booklet inventorying the stock held by T.M. Power Drug Store in 1899. Apothecary items and candy or sweets listed, such as spruce gum, balsam, etc, as well as stationery and toiletries. CR18