Fonds consists of photographs of the McNab and Coombs families and the Coombs family home at 38 Crighton Avenue in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, as well as an image of Rev. A.A. McGillivray (1801-1862). Also includes a Bible belonging to A.L. McNab and a notebook on mercantile flag signals.Coombs, Annie L., 1879-[198-?]
Fonds consists of photographs, almost exclusively glass negatives, taken by Cogswell primarily as a professional photographer and proprietor of A.R. Cogswell and Co., Halifax. Includes advertising products; portraiture; group photographs; military personnel and ceremonies; Halifax buildings, churches, streets, and scenes; various Nova Scotia communities; panoramic views of Halifax Harbour, Purcells Cove and Waverly; traditional Mi'kmaq dwellings and dress; wreck of the S.S. Knight Bachelor; a few portraits of Cogswell and his wife; and an early x-ray photograph.Cogswell, A.R.
Fonds consists of letters between brothers Charles, Edward, John Duncan, and Samson Salter Blowers Archibald as well as their father, S.G.W. Archibald, concerning family news, legal proceedings and letters from acquaintances discussing legal cases. The fonds also includes a poem and a discussion of current events including the American Civil War.Archibald (family)
Fonds consists of records created and accumulated by MacMechan in the course of his employment at the Halifax Disaster Record Office, 1917-1918, including correspondence, copies of reports, memoranda, journals containing typed notes and press clippings, and personal reminiscences detailing events of the Halifax Explosion, including damages, injuries, and medical and relief activities. Much of the material was used in MacMechan's history of the explosion. Also contains draft manuscripts of MacMechan's history and related correspondence. Correspondence includes letters discussing D. Fraser Harris's publication of the medical history of the explosion. Fonds also contains notes, newspaper clippings, lectures, and other items pertaining to MacMechan's research and writings on Nova Scotia history, including ships, navy, Acadians, and St. Andrew's Church, Halifax.MacMechan, Archibald, 1862-1933
Fonds consists of records documenting the operation of the school from its inception to 1987, including the role of the home and school association. Includes house and attendance registers, record books, academic records, teachers' reports, courses of study, minutes, by-laws, correspondence, subject files, financial statements, ledgers, cashbooks, payroll record books, programmes, photographs, and scrapbooks.Armbrae Academy
Fonds consists of records created and accumulated by Eaton in the course of his genealogical and historical research of Colchester, Halifax, Hants, and Kings counties, and New England. Includes notes, copies of articles, pamphlets, leaflets, draft manuscripts, chapter outlines, and bound volumes containing extracts of reports from the Society for the Progagation of the Gospel relating to early Nova Scotia. Fonds also contains personal correspondence; sermons; biographical material; auction catalogues; sheet music; and published and unpublished articles and poems, many of which were compiled in bound volumes together with correspondence, notices, reviews, and ephemera. There are also two volumes of personal letters from fellow poet and clergyman, Rev. Robert Norwood, as well as photograph portraits of Eaton and family members, reproductive prints of colonial administrators, royal dignitaries, coat of arms, and postcards depicting churches, buildings, and scenes of Nova Scotian cities and towns.Eaton, Arthur Wentworth Hamilton, 1849-1937
Fonds consists of memoirs written by MacMillan concerning the history of the MacMillan, Gunn, and Sinclair families as well as MacMillan's private and political life. Memoirs contain reminiscences of his childhood on the farm, his years in the United States, 1890-1901, and his political career from his first municipal office in 1902 to his appointment as premier of Nova Scotia in 1940, followed by the office of provincial treasurer. The memoirs provide personal insight and experience of events such as the United Mine Workers Strike and abolition of Legislative Council, as well as MacMillan's involvement with the Nova Scotia Power Commission and the development of rural telephone service and tourist industry in Nova Scotia.MacMillan, A.S.
Fonds consists of general subject files, minutes, committee files, reports, financial records, correspondence and summer program files. The contents of the fonds document the work undertaken to support the mandate of the institute.Atlantic Canada Institute
Fonds consists of 9 manuscripts from annual Atlantic Ecumenical Conferences (11th - 19th Conference), and miscellaneous papers including Constitution, information Sheet, Duties of Representatives, 1988 - 1990 Executive.Atlantic Ecumenical Council
Fonds consists of a constitution, accountant's comments and financial statements, papers of the Shaar Shalom Synagogue, newsletters and programmes.Atlantic Jewish Council
Fonds consists of correspondence, minutes and agendas, notices, as well as conference documentation including minutes, financial statements, and feedback from attendees. The contents of the fonds provide evidence of the work of the organization in promoting spinning and handweaving in Nova Scotia.Atlantic Spinners and Handweavers
Fonds consists of calendars of events, handbooks, guides, competition rules, bulletins, Minutes of AGM and National Convention, Year books, by-laws, rules and regulations. Also consists of list of members, finances, correspondence, newsletters, history, photographs of racing cars, and race track.Atlantic Sports Car Club
Document files accumulated by the immediate president of the A.W.P.A. from the records of various officers. The arrangement is by fiscal year, and by categories within each fiscal year (e.g. President, Annual General Meeting, etc.). The contents of each file are in chronological order, with the most recent item on top.Atlantic Word Processing Association
Consists of records documenting the company's activities, including correspondence of the secretary-treasurer, 1955-1963 relating to the Fisherman's Loan Board, licenses, crews, and marine equipment; financial statements, 1959-1962; and trip sheets detailing the number and variety of fish caught, 1956-1962.Atlas Fisheries
Fonds consists of probate records, correspondence, indentures, agreements, journals, day books, account books, cash books, and subject files relating to Walter J. Aylward's activities as a farmer and public administrator in West Hants and Falmouth; and legal records relating to the estates of the following family members: Charles E. Akins, Thomas B. Akins, May Akins, T.B. Akins, Annie Aylward, Chatherin Aylward, Marguerite L. Aylward, Mary L. Aylward, Thomas Aylward I, Thomas Aylward II, and Walter Victor Aylward. Fonds also includes material relating to John V. Duncanson's geneaological research of the Aylward family. Other related families represented in his research are Boyd, Dermody, Duncanson, and Winn.Aylward (family)