Series consists of materials created in the years following the Second World War (World War 2, WW2), including photographs and documents from the Canadian delegations sent to Italy to commemorate the 30th and 40th anniversaries of the Liberation of Italy in 1945.
Series consists of research notes, writing drafts, completed presentations, and published articles related to Dr. Morgan's academic research as well as community service. Some of this content would be found in published monographs by Dr. Morgan or in published anthologies related to Cape Breton history.
Avatars of Human Creativity: Exploring the ArtSci Connect - Pamphlet / Eventbrite papers. Documents relating to Algae. Avatars of Human Creativity: Exploring The Art-Sci Connect Poster. Documents relating to email promotion for - ARTSCI Gallery Exhibition, ARTSCI BioArt Workshops, and ARTSCI STEAM Conference. Achievements and lessons learned from Avatars of Human Creativity: Exploring the ArtSci Connect Poster. SSHRC Funding Award Announcement. SSHRC Funding award. Letters of Participation from 2017. Documents from the Steering Committee. Various emails. Documents from the BioArt Workshops. Media and Promotional Material.Glassey, Barb Dr.
Series consists of 11 books of fictional poetry, interviews, biographies, case studies, and history that explore race and the Black experience in Nova Scotia, Canada, and the United States. Viola Desmond is featured in Viola Desmond's Canada: A History of Blacks and Racial Segregation in the Promised Land by Dr. Graham Reynolds, which includes a chapter written by Wanda Robson.
Series consists of sixteen cash books that were created by Charles Robin-Collas and Co. (later Robin, Jones and Whitman Ltd.). The cash books were used by the company to maintain a record of cash sales and provide daily summaries of profits and the inventory that was sold. These books feature varied information, with some containing details of each customer, the goods they purchased, and the amount of money spent, while others feature no customer names. The books are not indexed, but the information within them is arranged chronologically.
Series consists of eight catalogues from various Boston, Toronto and Montreal companies that were held by Charles Robin-Collas and Co.. The catalogues feature listings of goods and their costs.
Series consists of correspondence between Angus and Ignatius and James Nolan, as well as Margaret MacDonald, Cassie Fortune and others. One file (A.7) consists of two letters from Folklorist Helen Creighton asking Angus MacDonald about Rhoddy McLeod's ghost.
Series consists of a resolution sent to the Basker Family upon the death of Ranald Basker and correspondence sent to various members of the Basker Family by Jim St. Clair.
Series consists of documents related the life of Daniel McKay. Mr. McKay struck gold in the Yukon during the gold rush era and eventually moved to Sydney. He built and operated the Klondyke Hotel on 36 Walker (formerly Reserve St.) Street in Sydney.
The series consists of two sub-series. The first reflects his business at the Klondyke Hotel including a ledger and building receipts. The second includes custom documents and receipts from his travel to the Yukon and a map of the Bluenose gold mine.
Series consists of 142 day books that were created by Philip Robin and Co. (later Charles Robin and Co., then Charles Robin-Collas and Co, then Robin, Jones and Whitman Ltd.) in their Cape Breton offices. The books feature listings of transactions between the company and its clients and, less frequently, other businesses. Transaction listings most commonly include the name of the individual who made a purchase, a list of the items that they purchased and their cost, and the individual's company account number. In some cases, the account number has been omitted.
Day books were frequently used by bookkeepers during this time period to record all company transactions. At the end of each day, the information that was collected in the day book would then be recorded in the appropriate ledgers.Robin, Jones, and Whitman Ltd.
Series consists of images related to the operations and associated events of the Dominion Coal and Steel Company (DOSCO). The images taken are company-directed and feature promotional imagery of underground mining, technical advances such as the DOSCO Continuous Miner which automated the process of longwall mining, health and safety advocacy by the company and maintenance projects. Aerials of Seaboard Powerplant and various aspects of underground communication and transportation (mine carts/rakes) are included. Railway transport that is no longer in operation, such as the Sydney & Louisbourg Railway is depicted. Recreational activities such as company bowling leagues and staff gatherings are also included in this series.
Series consists of a 1923 list of Western Union employees at the North Sydney branch as well as a series of files related to past Western Union employees who donated materials to the North Sydney Historical Society. Individuals represented are George Baggett, Isabel Cameron, and M.J. Walsh. A file containing a menu and photograph from the 1907 annual Christmas party is also included.