Sub-series consists of correspondence, programmes, schedules, scrapbooks, and photographs belonging to Ralph Davies and Sharkey MacDonald (Charles MacDonald), former Cape Breton Highlanders and World War 2 (WW2) veterans, who were chosen to be delegates for the “30th Anniversary: The Canadians in Italy” delegation sent to Italy to commemorate the Italian Campaign and the 30th anniversary of the liberation of Italy. Delegates visited memorials, battlefields, and war cemeteries and took part in cultural and religious ceremonies to mark the occasion.
File consists of four photo albums compiled by Joseph Oldford, a veteran of the Cape Breton Highlanders, during his trip to Italy as an official Canadian delegate sent to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the Liberation of Italy during the Second World War. The photo albums include photos of stops in the Italian towns of Rome, Cassino, Anzio, Sicily, Ortona, Montecchio, Coriano Ridge, Ravenna, Cesena, and Florence.
Subseries consists of artist files, including correspondence, label copy, proposals, agreements/contracts, clippings, royalty/sales documents, biographies, photographs.
Longard, Linda Grace
MacLeod, Major C.I.N.
Sub-series consists of political records relating to Alex A. Morrison's involvement as the Richmond County Secretary for the Progressive Conservative Party of Nova Scotia and pertaining to the 1956 Nova Scotia general election.
Items are a collection of various records from the Electric Light Department in the town of Glace Bay. This includes account books, cashbooks, department letters, consumer registrars, receipts, and journals.
Subseries consists of financial files, including general ledgers, cheques, credit card invoices, invoices, vouchers, shipping records, sales records, recording invoices, accounts with distributors., etc. Files are incomplete.
This subseries is contains 1 video recording of an event in Malagawatch which is located in the County of Inverness on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. Its shared by five different bands in Unama'ki [Cape Breton] including Waycobah First Nation, Wagmatcook First Nation, Membertou First Nation, Eskasoni First Nation, and Potlotek First Nation. It was and continues to be used by the Mi'kmaq people for gatherings and burials for generations.