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Financial records
Series · 2013-2022
Part of Nova Scotia Women's History Society fonds
Series consists of financial records belonging to the Nova Scotia Women’s History Society (NSWHS). The series contains financial statements (2013-2019), financial reports (2013-2020) including membership donations, general ledgers, and revenue reports from fundraising activities. Series also includes budgets, invoices, insurance files (2017-2018), and correspondence with CRA officers (2018-2020) as well as a CRA registered charity forms book (2018). PR-017-1
Fonds · 1999-2022
Fonds consist of records created and accumulated by the Nova Scotia Women’s History Society (NSWHS) including financial reports, budgets, meeting agendas and minutes, by-laws, member lists, media releases, correspondence, and grant applications, as well as slides, photographs, newspaper clippings, and pamphlets pertaining to NSWHS initiatives. Materials came from Janet Guildford and Sharon MacDonald, two founding members and first two chairs of the society. Fonds also consist of records relating to the planning and installation of the WOW [Woman on the Waterfront] project (2013-2017) including artist agreements, technical drawings, budgets, promotional brochures, fundraising activities, correspondence, and historical research compiled by NSWHS members. PR-017
Jones Clayton family
Fonds · 1923-2021
Consists mainly of photographs of church services, church members, Willard and Jean Clayton through the years and their family and friends including Jean’s Aunt Viola Desmond and Rev. Dr. William P. Oliver and his wife Pearleen Oliver (1925-2019). Also includes biographical documents on education and employment (1946-2005), newspaper clippings, manuscript and published writings and poetry (1947?-2021); speeches and sermons; correspondence with employers, church members, and family (1946-2019); church service programs for Emmanuel, Beechville and Cornwallis Street (now called New Horizons) Baptist Churches among others (1924-2000); minutes of the Annual Sessions of The African United Baptist Association of Nova Scotia (1869, 1913-1987); and audio and video recordings of special events in the lives of Willard and Jean Clayton including their wedding (audio), Jean’s graduation ceremony from Christopher Course, and Willard’s funeral (1954-2007). Also includes a small collection of books on the history of black people in North America (published 1895-2006). Organized by activity in roughly chronological order, these records document the lives of these African Nova Scotians before, during, and after the Black Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s and the beginning of the Black Lives Matter Movement of the 2010s. 2022-028
Item · July 21
Reads as Melanson- Cummings. Annapolis Royal July 21-- A lovely wedding was solemnized Monday afternoon at the home of Mr and Mrs. Cummings, St Anthony Street, when their youngest daughter Miss. Cora Phylis Cummings and Francis Erl Melanson, son of Mr. Frirs* C.T. Melanson of Church Point were married. 018.174
Administrative records
Series · 2012-2021
Part of Nova Scotia Women's History Society fonds
Series consists of administrative records created by the Nova Scotia Women’s History Society (NSWHS) including meeting agendas, minutes from board meetings (2012-2017) and from Annual General Meetings (2013-2020), NSWHS’ by-laws, codes of conduct (2018), membership lists (2014-2015), newsletter drafts (2018), and logo designs. Series also includes correspondence between NSWHS members, with other Nova Scotia organizations, and with members of the public. PR-017-2
Charles Melvin Surette Fonds
Fonds · 1950-2020
The fond consists of the following series:A - Genealogyb - Parish RegistersC - CensusD - ResearchE - MiscellaneousF - Copies of Family PhotosG - Copies of Micro Films
Research
Series · [1999?]-2020
Part of Nova Scotia Women's History Society fonds
Series consists of research materials compiled by members of the Nova Scotia Women’s History Society (NSWHS). Contents include primary sources documenting Halifax activities during World War II and the 1917 explosion, notes on Canadian census records in Halifax from 1921-1999, photographic slides and prints of Halifax during the twentieth century, and notes on African Nova Scotian community members (predominantly teachers) in Truro including Martha Jones (b. 1877-1914). PR-017-4
H. Découpures
Series · 19?-20 ?
Part of Fonds Roseline LeBlanc
Cette série contient des fichiers avec des copies de photo de pages des magazines, articles de journaux , les histoires de Laurent d’Entremont
Series · 2007, 2012-2020
Part of Nova Scotia Women's History Society fonds
Series consists of records relating to the Nova Scotia Women’s History Society’s (NSWHS) Woman on the Waterfront (WOW) project (2013-2017) which involved planning and installing a monument on the Halifax waterfront honouring the volunteer work and labour of women during World War II. Series includes Annual General Meeting notes referring to the WOW project (2015-2017), budgets for the commission and installation of the monument, the project’s Request for Proposal, records documenting the formation of the artist committee (2014-2017), notes from the committee’s jury deliberations and selection process of the successful candidate (2014-2017), and Marlene Hilton Moore’s maquette of the monument. Series also includes promotional brochures, cards, pamphlets, media releases, and newspaper clippings referring to the design and unveiling of the monument (2013-2017), records relating to fundraising events and initiatives including “100 Women Donors” and “We’ll Meet Again: North End Services Canteen Re-enactment and Fundraiser,” and primary source research and notes compiled by NSWHS members on women’s volunteer activities during World War II and on art and statues in Canada. Series also consists of donor agreements and correspondence, CN’s donation pledge, correspondence and agreements with the Halifax Port Authority, as well as grant applications and agreements, including those from the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency and the Halifax Regional Municipality. PR-017-3
Fonds · 1972-2020
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Mount Saint Vincent University’s Teaching and Learning Centre (previously the Distance Learning and Continuing Education department). Materials include budgets, annual reports, strategic planning, surveys, correspondence, and other administrative records. Fonds also consists of records related to DUET (Distance University Education via Television) as well as other projects and initiatives supported by the Centre. Records related to online learning and programming are included as well. UR-002