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              2003.73.11
              Item · [1909]
              Part of Emma Ellis Fonds
              This item is a black and white photographic print of Emma Ellis and an unidentified woman sitting inside her house in South Africa while participating in the Expo-Africa programme by St. Andrew's United Church, Truro, NS. 2003.73.11
              2003.73.12
              Item · 20 January 1909
              Part of Emma Ellis Fonds
              This item is a black and white photographic print of Emma Ellis and two unidentified people standing at the front porch of her house in South Africa, during her participation in the Expo-Africa programme by St. Andrew's United Church, Truro, NS. 2003.73.12
              2007.36.16c
              Item · 1919
              Part of Blaikie Family Collection
              This item is a black and white photographic print on a postcard, showing William Edward Spencer and Truene Ruth (Geddes) Spencer with a cart being pulled by an ostrich. Taken in Pasadena, CA.
              Albert White diary
              Item · June 2, 1897- October 7, 1897
              This diary is a discrete item and is a copy of the diary written by Albert White during the course of a trip to England from June to October of 1897 to visit family and to witness and participate in the celebration of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee on June 22nd. He sailed from Rimouski on June 6th on the Vancouver and left Liverpool on September 16th on the Scotsman. While most of the diary is related to his visit in England, an account of his journey from Mooseland to Rimouski gives an accurate account of transportation during the late 19th century. Accession number 2013.012
              Item · 1888-1889
              Item is a diary that describes a trip to England between November, 30 1888 and January 17, 1889. The diary contains daily entries that describe Whitman's activities, church attendance, meals, business and social visits, and letters sent and received. Many entries describe his meetings about apples. The diary also records money received and paid. MS-2-487, SF Box 11, Folder 28
              Item · ca. 1960- 1980
              This item is a brochure produced by the Eastern Shore Tourist Association, featuring information on the Route 7 Marine Highway, a scenic route that forms part of the Trunk 7 highway and stretches from Dartmouth to Canso, skirting the Atlantic coastline through seaside villages and farming communities, past beaches, museums and other points of interest. The item consists of a map and a brief description of the Eastern Shore including local and natural attractions, communities, and history. The brochure also includes several images of scenery and attractions that can be found along the way. Accession number: 2013.018
              Fonds · 1920 - 1989
              Fonds contains 23 volumes of Edith Dobson's personal diaries, written between 1948-1989, as well as two volumes of her travel diaries and a photograph of her at the time of her engagement in 1920. MS-2-707
              Emma Ellis Fonds
              Fonds · 1822 - 1987
              The fonds consists of correspondence, photographs and negatives, newspaper clippings, and books that belonged to Emma Ellis, concerning her participation in the Expo-Africa programme by St. Andrew's United Church, Truro, NS. The photograph series also contains portraits of members of the Locke family, as well as unidentified individuals, taken in Nova Scotia and New England. There is also a scrapbook in the reference collection, and two trunks of artifacts that are located in the museum collection. 2003.73.1 - 41
              James Dinwiddie fonds
              Fonds
              Fonds consists of the personal papers of Dr. James Dinwiddie which include his lecture notes, scientific journals, notebooks, manuscript, early experiments for 1774, correspondence, and personal journals and also some records from the Royal Institution for 1808-1814. The papers also include the journals of W.J. Proudfoot and a biography of his father (and Dinwiddie's son-in-law) James Proudfoot. MS-2-726
              Research material
              Series · [ca. 1920], [ca. 1967]
              Part of W. Hugh Conrod fonds
              Series forms part of W. Hugh Conrod fonds and consists of records likely related to research undertaken by Conrod on the road now known as Nova Scotia Highway 7. The research was likely related to a display of photographs which Conrod put on at the Dartmouth Heritage Museum circa 1967. The photographs were possibly taken along the Highway 7 route. Series includes a copy of the Nova Scotia Highways Statutes of 1920, a photocopied excerpt from James E. Rutledge’s 1954 book “Sheet Harbour: A Local History,” and a sheet of typewritten notes referring to a stage coach route. 2010.005