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Chief Ben Christmas

  • 80-211-4391
  • Item
  • 1935

Item is a photograph of Chief Ben Christmas during Sydney's Old Home Week, 1935.

Wigwams, Kun’tewiktu

  • 78-714-2464
  • Item
  • [ca. 1880]

Item is a photograph of Mi'kmaw wigwams in Kun’tewiktu (King's Road Reserve), Unama'ki.

Keisel, Theodore

Mi'kmaw display, Victoria Park

  • 77-161-295
  • Item
  • 1935

Item is a photograph of people viewing a display of Mi'kmaw people at Victoria Park during Old Home Week.

Sydney Booster

  • Newspaper 46
  • File
  • 1935

"A publication issued by the Publicity Committee, Anniversary Organization, and dedicated to Sydney's 150th birthday."

The Morning Sun

  • Newspaper 53
  • File
  • 1892

J. W. D. Stearns: "The Morning Sun is the only daily newspaper east of Halifax, Nova Scotia, and is printed every morning (Sunday excepted) at Sydney, Cape Breton, office No. 106 South Charlotte St. It gives the cable and telegraphic news by ...

The Island Reporter

  • Newspaper 4
  • File
  • [1890?]-1907

The Island Reporter was published every Wednesday morning in Sydney. The cost of the newspaper was $1 per annum or 3 cents for a single issue.

The Commercial Herald

  • No Newspaper Number
  • File
  • 1849-1850

The Commercial Herald was owned and edited by William C. MacKinnon. Gertrude E. N. Tratt: "It lasted for only a few months and was followed almost immediately by the Cape Breton News."

The Cape Breton Times

  • Newspaper 5
  • File
  • 1872-[1882?]

Gertrude E. N. Tratt: "In 1872 the Cape Breton Times, which had absorbed the circulation list of the (Cape Breton) News, appeared. It had four 23" x 33" pages, and cost $1.50 and later $1.75 per annum. It had about 700 to 1000 regul...

The Spirit of the Times, and the Cape Breton Free Press

  • Newspaper 12
  • File
  • 1843-1845

Daniel Cobb Harvey: "The only other newspaper which originated in 1840 was the Cape Breton Advocate, published at Sydney by Richard Huntington and edited by the Reverend Otto S. Weeks, principal of the Grammar School. It ran until the end of ...

The Cape Breton News

  • Newspaper 26
  • File
  • 1849-1872

Gertrude E. N. Tratt: "The Cape Breton News had four 12" x 18" pages, each of four columns. It was made up largely of news items but contained as well poetry and advertisements. Its annual price was 10s, changing to $2 before it cea...

The Cape Breton Advocate

  • Newspaper 34
  • File
  • 1840-1884

Gertrude E.N. Tratt: "A veritable chain of publications following each other in close succession from 1840, finally ended with the Cape Breton Times. The earliest in the series was the Cape Breton Advocate published by Richard Huntington and ...

The Daily Record August 16, 1899

The Daily Record cost $3 for one year, $1.50 for six months, 75 cents for 3 months, and 30 cents for one month. According to the newspaper, it was sold at bookstores, hotels, and post offices in country districts.

Steel City Players

  • MG 15.7
  • Fonds
  • 1977

Fonds consists of script of play "The Rise and Follies of Cape Breton Island" performed at the College of Cape Breton. It was produced by the Steel City Players, and was directed by Gary Walsh to popular acclaim.

Steel City Players

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