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Miscellaneous Items

Amherst, Nova Scotia: Diamond Jubilee 1889-1949 / with a history of the town specially written by Will R. Bird. 1949. Illus., 88p., 26 cm.

Antique Stoves from the collection of Capt. Hubert Hall, Overton, N.S. Catalogue of an exhibition held at the National Exhibit Center of the Firefighter’s Museum of Nova Scotia, May 10-July 15, 1982. 3 p., 22 cm.

Archaeology in the Maritime Provinces Council of Maritime Premiers Committee on Archaeological Co-operation. 28 x 22 cm., folded to 28 x 10 cm.

Architecture and Worship / Architectural Resources Consultants Limited. n.d. 28 x 22 cm., folded to 22 x 9 cm.

The Armorial Achievement of Nova Scotia. n.d. 21 x 28 cm., folded to 21 x 14 cm. White.

ATLANTIC PROVINCES ECONOMIC COUNCIL

  • APEC: a significant voice in Atlantic Canada. 23 x 30 cm., folded to 23 x 10 cm. Blue.
  • APEC recovers. Newspaper column: Across the Land/with Harold Shea. August 22, 1975. Clipping.
  • Atlantic Canada and APEC.Halifax, N.S.: APEC, March, 1977. (9) p., 22 cm. “…short history of APEC was prepared by Prof. William Y. Smith.
  • Background paper:aspects of transportation in Atlantic Canada. Halifax, N.S.: APEC, 1975. 44 p., 22 cm.
  • Employment requirements in the Atlantic Provinces. Halifax, N.S.: APEC, 1963. 27 p., 23 cm.
  • Energy – its sources, production, distribution and financing in Atlantic Canada. Halifax, N.S.: APEC, 1976. 68 p., 22 cm.
  • Into the 80’s. “Published by the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council.” Supplement to Chronicle Herald, September, 1979. 36 p., tabloid size.
  • Promise of the future.“Published by the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council.” Supplement to Chronicle Herald. October, 1980. 32 p., tabloid size.

ATLANTIC PROVINCES ECONOMIC COUNCIL. PAMPHLETS

  • Atlantic Provinces Fishery.Halifax, N.S.: APEC, 1968. 55 p., 22 cm. Pamphlet No. 12.
  • Atlantic Provinces Output and Income. Halifax, N.S.: APEC, 1970. 23 p., 22 cm. Pamphlet No. 15.
  • Economy of the Atlantic Region in perspective.Halifax, N.S.: APEC, 1961, 1964. 11 p., 22 cm. Pamphlet No. 1
  • Exports of the Atlantic Provinceswith special reference to the American market. Halifax, N.S.: APEC, 1970. 44 p., 22 cm. Pamphlet No. 16.
  • Regional development and public finance.Halifax, N.S.: APEC, 42 p., 23 cm. Pamphlet No. 17.

Atlantic Provinces Library Association

  • – Membership Directory, 1985-1986
  • – Proceedings 46th Annual Conference, 1985.

Bank of the Seven Merchants. The story of the Royal Bank of Canada, n.d. Illus. 12 p., 22 cm.

Bird, Will R. (William Richard), 1891 – Will R. Bird’s stories in The Maritime Advocate et Busy East, 1933 – 1955. 1 v. ; 29 cm. Bound photocopies.

Contents:
The Shot-out Part. Queen of the Valley. The Saga of a Poet. The Proving of Corporal Flynn. Acquaintance Under Cover. Witchery. Grip of Circumstance. The Hired Man. Words with Music. Buried Treasure. Old Enchantment. Henry Meets Adventur. Valedictory of Nate Moon. Green Mouth. A Soldier’s Place. When Losers Win. Voice of Adventure. The Courtship of Mary Belle. The Lady Shed Tears. Fish is Brain Food. Home Pastures. The Picture House. One Year Married. The Night of the Full Moon. Hero from Spain. The Third Letter. Storm Child. Love and Water find a Level. Red Cupid. The House of Mystery. Magic Chariot. City of Troubled Story. The Last Letter. Angel’s Faith. The Thoroughbred. Return. Captain Jonas Wintell, Curiosities. In time of Flood. Leatherpants. Grand Finale. Red Brush. Looking In. The Axe. Safely Through. A Man’s Place. Shutdown at Daggett’s Brook. The Russian Coat. The Widow’s Right. Remember the Blond Man. In Memory of a Gentleman. The Willow Whistle. The Woman with Three Daughters. Too Much Mustache. The Digger. When William Smiled. The Cellar Window. Rainbow’s End. The Romantic Scarf. Escape. The Musket. The Recovery of Joe Peters. Full of Bounce.

Birth Control Handbook
Editor in chief Allan Feingold. c 1969, 1970. 46 p. ; 26 x 19 cm.

Black Culture in North America: A selection of recent books available for borrowing from the Halifax City Regional Library. Booklist. Folded to 22 x 14 cm.

Bluenose II: the last of the tall schooners / Nautica Booksellers. Advertising poster for Last of the Tall Schooners. / L.B. Jenson. 65 x 43 cm., folded to 22 x 14 cm.

Books of our own / Association of Canadian Publishers. November 1976. 16 p.; 43 x 29 cm.

Bowater Mersey Paper Company Limited, Liverpool, N.S. 12 p., ill., 25.5 cm.

Bowater Mersey Paper Company Limited, Liverpool, N.S.: Oakhill Sawmill, Oakhill, Lunenburg Co., N.S. Liverpool: Bowater. 8 p., ill., 25 cm.

Bruce, Charles, 1906 – 1971.
Some of the poetry and short stories of Charles Bruce. 1 v. 29 cm. Bound photocopies. Contents:

Poetry

  • Back Road Farm. The Immortals. Infidel. The Song of the Snow. Sketch for a Landscape. Future. Shore-Sheltered. October Hills. Sea Windows.

Short Stories

  • School House Hill. Suspense. The Red Pig. The Wind in the Juniper. Young Avenue.

Bruce, Charles Checklist : (a compilation of works published and unpublished by and relating to Charles Bruce). Bound. 28 cm. Photocopy. (Dal MS 2 297)

Bruce, Harry
Columns from the 4th Estate: March 17, May 5, 12, 19, 1976.

Buyers guide to Arts and Crafts in Nova Scotia,

  • 64 p., 16 cm.
  • 77 p., 16 cm.
  • 66 p., 16 cm.
  • 134 p., 20 cm.
  • 143 p., 20 cm.
  • 145 p., 20 cm.
  • 153 p., 20 cm.

Canada. Elections Act
Rural preliminary list of electors. Electoral District of Shelburne, Yarmouth, Clare. Rural Polling Division No. 28, Barrington Passage. 1963. 2 p.

Canada’s 200-mile fishing limit / Environment Canada. Fisheries and Marine Service. [1977?] French and English. 20 x 10 cm.

Canadian Affairs Vol. 1, No. 19, October 15, 1944. The Maritimes / Ruth and George Haythorne. 19 p. 19 cm.

Centennial Arts of Nova Scotia. Program. Theatre Arts Guild of Halifax. “A select gathering from Neil MacNeil’s memoir, The Highland Heart in Nova Scotia.” 4 p.; 15 x 21 cm.

Chair – Makers of Nova Scotia / George MacLaren. Illus. by Azor Vienneau. Halifax, N.S. Nova Scotia Museum, 1966. 8 p., 22 cm.

Chronicle-Herald and Mail Star presents summary and highlights: The Graham Commission Report. Halifax, N.S.: Halifax Herald Ltd., July 1, 1974.

County directories and guides.

  • Shelburne and area directory, 1981.
  • Shelburne County directory, 1983.
  • Shelburne County directory, 1984.
  • Shelburne County Community Guide, 1986.
  • Yarmouth and Digby County business directory, July 1959 – July 1960.
  • Yarmouth Community Guide, 1985.

DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY

  • Campaign Dal:the official newsletter of the campaign for Dalhousie. Volume 1, Number 2: 1985? 4 p., 28 cm.
  • A century of medical teaching/ special report by the Chronicle Herald and the Mail Star, Saturday, September 14, 1968. [16] p., 36 cm.
  • Dalhousie Alumni Association Directory of paid-up and life membersin the Dalhousie Alumni Association and the Dalhousie Medical Alumni Association, 1965-66. 56 p., 21.5 cm.
  • Dalhousie Cultural Activities presents Leonard Rose, cellist. Friday, February 20, 1976. 21 x 20 cm., folded to 21 x 10 cm.
  • Dalhousie Cultural Activities.Season Programs.
    • 1) 1973/74 season. 23 cm.
    • 2) 1974/75 season. 28 cm.
    • 3) Fall 1976. 46 x 30 cm., folded to 23 x 10 cm.
    • 4) Summer 1978. 46 x 30 cm., folded to 23 x 10.5 cm.
    • 5) Fall 1981. 46 x 60 cm., folded to 23 x 10 cm.
    • 6) Fall 1982. 46 x 60 cm., folded to 23 x 10 cm.
  • Dalhousie Gazette literary supplement/ Editor-in-chief, Linda Gillingwater. “A publication by the Dalhousie Student Union…” 197?, 26 p., ill., 20.5 cm.
  • Dalhousie University 1983 Annual Fund Report. 1984. [23] p., 21.5 cm.
  • Dalhousie University 1984 Development Funds Report. [26] p., 22 cm.
  • Dalhousie University: a tradition of expanding service. 20 p., ill., 28 cm.
  • Dalhousie University Concerts.
    • 1) 1966-67. 6 p., ill., 19.5 x 13 cm.
    • 2) 1967-68. 12 p., ill., 23 x 10 cm.
  • Dalhousie University. Convocation, Thursday, May 18, 1961. [23] p., 21.5 cm.
  • Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Convocation. Thursday, May 14, Friday, May 15, 1970. 39 p., 23 cm.
  • Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia:Informational pamphlet. 193?, 31 p., ill., 23 cm.
  • Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia: the post war years 1945-1963:President’s convocation address, May 16, 1963/[by Alexander Enoch Kerr] and highlights of the development of the period, by faculties. [1963] [50] p., 21.5 cm.
  • Dalhousie University Report 1980-82. Halifax, N.S.: Dalhousie University, 1982. 32 p., 28 cm.
  • A guide to Dalhousie/ Un introduction à Dalhousie. 21 p., 21 p., 22 cm.
  • The Halifax visitor welcomes the Learned Societies Convention[May 20 – June 6, 1981, Dalhousie University] 4 p., tabloid size.
  • Killam Memorial Library, Dalhousie University Convocation and Dedication Ceremonies.March 10th and 11th, 1971. Supplement to the Chronicle Herald, March 9, 1971. 11 p., ill., tabloid size.
  • Killam Memorial Library, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Floor plans of building. 1971? 44 x 56 cm., folded to 22 x 28 cm.
  • Learned Societies Conference, Dalhousie University, 1981. May 20 – June 6. University NewsSpecial Edition. 12 p., tabloid size.
  • One hundred years of medical education at Dalhousie/ C.B. Stewart, M.D. Halifax, N.S.: Dalhousie University, 1968. Reprinted from the Nova Scotia Medical Bulletin. 4 p., 29 cm.
  • Open House.Dalhousie University, 1965. Program. 4 p., 28 cm.

Dalhousie University and Canadian Literature : being the history of an attempt to have Canadian literature included in the curriculum of Dalhousie University … / J.D. Logan, 1902. 24 p. 29 cm.

DALHOUSIE ARTS CENTRE

  • Summer ‘76.Season program. 20.5 x 42 cm., folded to 20.5 x 15.
  • Winter/Spring 1976 Schedule.Season Program. 46 x 30 cm., folded to 23 x 10 cm.
  • Summer ‘79: Play awayat the Dalhousie Arts Centre. Season Program. 23 x 50 cm., folded to 23 x 10 cm.
  • Tokyo String Quartet.In concert, March 16, 1981. Program. 21 x 15 cm. ICM Artists presents Vladimir Ashkenzay. (198?) Program. 21 x 15 cm.

Dalhousie University. Institute of Public Affairs.

  • Institute of Public Affairs Publications. [1972?] 32 p. 21 cm.
  • Announces … [new publications].
  • 1973? 20 x 18 cm., folded to 10 x 18 cm. Blue
  • January 1972? 20 x 18 cm., folded to 10 x 18 cm. Orange.

Debate on the Address / William Stevens Fielding. (Reply to Speech from the Throne, March 14, 1919.) 38 p. 20 cm.

Development in Nova Scotia: what it means to you. Halifax, N.S.: Department of Regional Economic Expansion, 19?. 43 x 28 cm., folded to 21.5 x 9.5 cm.

Directory of Nova Scotia Libraries, 1979. 7 p.

Dramatists Co-op of Nova Scotia, Catalogue No. 4. 1984. A catalogue of stage and radio plays by Nova Scotian playwrights. [16] p., 28 cm.

Ecology Action Centre. Informational Brochure. 1978. 28 x 22 cm., folded to 22 x 11 cm.

Eighteen chairs from the collections of the Nova Scotia Museum. A catalogue of a travelling exhibition organized by the Nova Scotia Museum as part of the National Museums Program. Illus., n.d., 28 cm. x 36 cm. folded to 28 cm. x 12 cm.

Federation of Museums, Heritage and Historical Societies. Program. 1979. 1 p., 28 cm.

Federation of Nova Scotia Heritage

  • Federation Annual Review 1981 – 1982.
  • Federation Members’ Summer Activities (Events – Old Home Summer 1982.)
  • Heritage and Tourism Speak. Baddeck Nova Scotia, November 5 & 6, 1982. Conference Proceedings.
  • The Visible Champion : heritage comes of age in Nova Scotia. Brief presented to the Cultural Policy Conference, Halifax, March 11 – 13, 1983.
  • Clipping from Chronicle Herald June 22, 1985. Federation of Nova Scotia Heritage Award to H.R. Banks and Elva Jackson.

Fielding banquet : an account of the dinner given by the Liberals of Nova Scotia to W.S. Fielding, Minister of Finance of Canada. Halifax, Nova Scotia. December 11, 1902. 112 p. 16 cm.

Fisheries fact sheet: Canada’s fisheries. April 1973. 4 p., 28 cm.

Folk songs of Nova Scotia / collected by Helen Creighton. Includes music. 11 p., 35 cm. Stapled.

Frontiers then and now: the bicentenary of the Anglican Episcopate in Canada, 1787-1987. June 1, 1986. Anglican Parishes of Lockeport and Barrington. 22 x 28 cm., folded to 22 x 14 cm.

Gilman, Dorothy
The Amazing Mrs. Pollifax : a condensation of the book; illustrated by John Falter. From: Readers Digest Condensed Books. p. 9-116. Also, The Unexpected Mrs. Polifax: a condensation of the book; illus. by John Falter. From: Readers Digest Condensed Books. p. 493-598.

Gracious old home makes way for new apartments. Newspaper clipping, April 1965. Re: Seaview, Elliot mansion, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.

Halifax Explosion, December 6, 1917. Books and articles in the Halifax City Regional Library. Compiled by the Reference Dept., November 1978. 5 p., 22 cm.

Handcrafts Nova Scotia / compiled by Handcrafts section, Adult Education Division, Department of Education, Province of Nova Scotia, 1968-1973. 23 cm.
Heritage Walk on Brunswick Street : Sunday February 15, 1976 by Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia / Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia. 8 p., 36 cm. x 22 cm.

High Tide / Doris Baille Phillips. Program. Sou’west Players (Barrington, Nova Scotia?)
“An historical one-act play.” Notes / by Evelyn M. Richardson. 8 p. ; 14 x 22 cm.

Highway safety: the choice is yours. Supplement to Chronicle Herald et Mail Star, Tuesday, August 26, 1980. “A presentation with … the Committee of Highway Safety for the Province of Nova Scotia”. 16 p., tabloid size.

Historic Acadia / L’acadie historique. Parks Canada, 1979. Illus. French & English. 14 p., 22 cm.

History of Barrington Township / by Dianne Smith. Coast Guard (Shelburne, N.S.) Photocopied clipping. August 3, 10, 1961.

History of Seal Island light / S.O.S. Seal Island Light. Informational brochure regarding community opposition to moving the Seal Island lighthouse to the National Science Museum in Ottawa. 1978? 22 cm. x 33 cm., folded to 22 cm. x 11 cm.
Horen, Winnifred A. Poems n.d. 23 pages

In the days of the sailing ships / J.E. Kinney. An address given at a mariners’ night entertainment, Zion Baptist Church School Room, Yarmouth, N.S., May 20, 1930. 22 x 28 cm., folded to 22 x 14 cm.

INFO. Nova Scotia Museum. 30 nos. ; 28 cm.

  • Natural Dyeing – using native plants for dyeing wool.
  • Collecting Seaweeds – mounting methods, illustrations of common varieties.
  • The Plant Press and Plant Collecting – how to construct and use a plant press.
  • [4].Coal Age Plant Fossils in Nova Scotia.
  • Beginning Stargazing.
  • Casting with Clear-Cast Resin – our method of clear-casting, with list of suppliers.
  • Nova Scotian Domestic Architecture.
  • Selecting a Youngster’s Microscope.
  • Woolly Thinking! – Nova Scotia wool suppliers, sources for dyes and woolworkers’ needs.
  • Winter Bird and Feeders.
  • William Hall, Victoria Cross Winner. Nova Scotian born black.
  • Find Your Family – tips on researching your family tree in Nova Scotia.
  • Museum Resources for School Oceanography.
  • Focus on Telescopes – how they work, with advice for the builder or buyer.
  • [14].Earwigs – life history and control of this garden insect.
  • Curatorial Reports – listing of Museum technical bulletins.
  • Brief Guide to Ceramics – earthenware, stoneware, and porcelain.
  • On the Trial of a Nail – trends in nail design and technology.
  • Telephone and Telegraph Insulators – the End of an Era.
  • Rockhounding Hints – collecting methods and field trip safety.
  • Info [on Info’s.]
  • Where to Find the Mammals – types and habitat preference of N.S. mammals.
  • Collecting Animal Tracks – illustrations, track-casting methods.
  • A Native Fresh-Water Aquarium – life in the pond.
  • Summer Skies.
  • [25].Tanning Hides – some methods for preserving animal skins.
  • To Prepare and Bleach a Skull.
  • Squids and Octopuses of Nova Scotia.
  • The Cape Breton Giant – life of giant Angus McAskill.
  • Modelling Buildings – how to build models of structures and landscape.
  • Wood Ticks in Nova Scotia.

INFO. Nova Scotia Museum. 28 cm. Un-numbered issues.

  • – Acadians, One. Settlement.
  • – Acadians, Two. Farming.
  • – Acadians, Three. The home.
  • – Coal Age Fossils.
  • – Crabs.
  • – The Micmac.
  • – Naval Service of Canada.
  • – Sailing Ship Rigs.
  • – Salamanders.
  • – Selecting a child’s microscope.
  • – Snakes.
  • – Stargazing.
  • – Turtles.
  • – Tannings.
  • – Tree Leaves.
  • – Winter birds and feeders.

Joseph Howe Festival : program of events. From: The Chronicle Herald, Saturday, September 27, 1975. 1 p.

Journal, Royal Architecture Institute of Canada. Selections. Bound photocopies. 2 volumes; 31 cm., 28 cm.

  • 1. Halifax 1959. January, 1959.
  • Mount Uniacke: Colonial architecture in the Maritimes, [Part 1] / Arthur W. Wallace. Vol. 7, no. 8. August 1931.
  • Gorsebrook: Colonial architecture in the Maritimes,Part II / Arthur W. Wallace. Vol. 8, no. 11. November 1931.
  • Acacia Grove: Colonial architecture in the Maritimes, Part III / Arthur W. Wallace. Vol. 9, no. 9. September 1932.
  • Martok: Colonial architecture in the Maritimes, Part IV / Arthur W. Wallace, Vol. 10, no. 5. May 1933.
  • The Maritimes – an historical sketch/ C. Bruce Fergusson. Vol. 32, no. 4. April 1955.

Landmarks of the City of Halifax: Halifax: Halifax Landmarks Commission, 1971. Illus. [28] p., 21 cm.

Learning Resources 1, 2, 3, 4… Nova Scotia Museum. Two informational pamphlets for teachers, n.d. 28 cm.

Learning resources catalogue: Nova Scotia Museum, 1983-84, 1985-86, 1986-87, 28 cm.

Little red schoolhouse, Vol, 1, No. 1 / Message from the Minister [i.e. Garnet Brown, Minister of Education.] Undated. 6 p., 28 cm.

The Macdonald report. Section of Chronicle Herald, Friday, September 6, 1985. Re: free trade. Pp. 33 – 40. Full newspaper size.

MacKinlay’s map of Nova Scotia compiled from recent surveys. On canvas. 115 x 91 cm., folded to 21 x 13 cm. in hard covers. George Philip & Son Limited / London Geographical Institute, 19 ?

Magazines 1983 / Halifax City Regional Library, Information Services. 1983. [94] p., 28 cm.

Maritime Advocate and Busy East. Selections, 1933-1955. Bound photocopies. 29 cm

Blake(ley), Ruth

  • The Public Archives of Nova Scotia.
  • A Forgotten Commentator on Nova Scotia.
  • Loss of the “Royal Tar”.
  • Anna of Siam lived in Canada.
  • A Nova Scotia jewellery theft and its tragic denouement.
  • Lighting the city streets of the Atlantic Provinces.
  • A brilliant, blind Maritime musician, composer, Ivan Gillis, died at the age of 27.
  • How Maritimers celebrated Queen Victoria’s Coronation in 1838.
  • Colonel Charles Lawrence, the founder of Lunenburg, N. S.

Braman, Lillian Fairweather

  • And Chimneys Huge and Tiled and Tall.

Elliott, Marion

  • Mystery of Black Hole Harbour.
  • Salty Memories.
  • Sou’West by Sou’ to the Cloven Cape.

Fergusson, Charles Bruce

  • Cabot and Cape Breton Island.
  • Halifax’s First Artist.

Gibson, M. Allen

  • The Bells of Chester, Nova Scotia.

Gow, John E.

  • The Glory and the Pride of Nova Scotia.

Hannah, Leleah

  • The Blind Weaver.

Harris, Kenneth D.

  • The Champlain Habitation.
  • M.C.S. Cornwallis at Deep Brook, Nova Scotia.
  • Restoration of the Habitation of Port Royal, Nova Scotia.

Jefferson, H.B.

  • Able Historian heads Nova Scotia Archives.
  • Old Halifax and Southwestern disappears from Nova Scotia. Registry.

Kinley, Phosa

  • Kennington Cove, Cape Breton.

LeBlanc, Emery

  • The Acadian Culture.

Legh, J. Hilton

  • The Brown Ox and the Blue Potato.
  • Cut Rate Foods from the Sea.
  • Lost Throughfare of Chebogue.

Machum, Lloyd

  • The Strange Story of Henry More Smith.

MacArthur, F.H.

  • The Phantom Ship of the Maritimes.

McKean, Rev’d G.R.

  • Thomas Chandler Haliburton, politician, judge and author.

MacIntyre, J.M.

  • The strongest man in the world.

Phillips, Fred H.

  • Midway for the Maritimes.

Roberts, C.G.D.

  • An Acadian ‘Buche de Noel’.

Robinson, Cyril G.

  • When Irish moss is blooming.

Rogers, Grace MacLeod

  • There came along a pedler.
  • Reverend Jacob Bailey.

Sherwood, R.H.

  • Are you superstitious?
  • Maritime Surnames.
  • The Odd and Unusual of the Maritimes.
  • Oddities of the Maritimes.
  • Pirate Treasure, Bah.
  • The Story of Lobsters.
  • Sugaring Off Time.
  • Unusual items of the Maritimes.
  • Unusual place names of the Maritimes.

Smith, Victor

  • Two Nova Scotia Celebrities.

Tomkinson, Grace

  • Low Tide in Shemogue.
  • The Pilgrim Fathers of Barrington.

“John Halifax”

  • Memorial to Sir Robert Laird Borden, 1854-1937.

Maritime History Group

  • November, 1985 / Ed. L.L. Fischer. [18] p.
  • Atlantic Canada Shipping Project Newsletter, 1981-82 / Ed. James A. Lague. 23 p.

Maritime Illustrated Memo Calendar, 1971 / drawings by L.B. Jenson. 18 x 23 cm. Coil binding.

Meet the Navy Show. Touring Nova Scotia, July 10 to August 16, 1980. Program. 19 x 45 cm., folded to 19 x 15 cm. Buff.

Memories: some anecdotes – Nova Scotians remember war. Supplement to the Chronicle Herald et Mail Star, Saturday, November 9, 1985. 16 p., tabloid size.

Mersey Paper Company Limited, Liverpool, Nova Scotia: the mill by the sea. [7] p., ill., 18 x 22 cm.

Miscellaneous Papers from the Logan Grantees of Truro, Nova Scotia by Gwyneth Logan. (includes a 8×10 black and white photo of the children of Wm and Mary Ann (Archibald) Logan).

Movie celebrates petticoat soldiers of N.S. legend. Newspaper clipping. Coast Guard?, n.d.

Museums in Nova Scotia, 1983. Halifax, N.S.: Nova Scotia Museum. [46] p., 28 cm

NEPTUNE THEATRE

  • Neptune Theatre. Programs.
    • 1) 1964. June 26 – Oct. 31. 28 p., 21 cm.
    • 2) 1965. Summer Season. 23.5 x 30 cm., folded to 23.5 x 10 cm. White.
    • 3) Doll’s House. Feb. 6 – 25 (196?). 8 p., 22 cm. Black.
    • 4) Effect of gamma rays on man-in-the-moon marigolds (196?) 12 p., 21.5 cm. Black.
    • 5) Ondine. 24 x 30 cm., folded to 24 x 15 cm. (1968) Lt. green.
    • 6) Servant of Two Masters. 21.5 x 28 cm., folded to 21.5 x 14 cm. (1972) Gold.
  • Neptune Theatre. Programs.Screen scene: the magazine for people who go out.
    • 1) February, 1970: The Lion in winter.
    • 2) February, 1970: You know I can’t hear you when water’s running.
    • 3) February, 1970: The killing of Sister George.
    • 4) March, 1970: Tiger! Tiger!
    • 5) April 1970: A flea in her ear.
  • Neptune Theatre. Souvenir Programs.
    • 1) 1968. Black comedy and white lies, etc…. 15 p., 28 cm. White cover.
    • 2) 1968. Odd Couple, etc….. 15 p., 27 cm. Green.
    • 3) 1971? Death of a salesman, etc….. 19 p., 28 cm. Green.
    • 4) 1972. The servant of two masters, etc…. 23 p., 28 cm. Blue.

1979 Handcraft directory of Nova Scotia / Craft Office, Nova Scotia Department of Recreation, 1979. 15 cm. Follows: Nova Scotia Handcraft Directory.

North British Society

  • Balance Sheet, 1975.
  • Books on Scots and Scotland presented to the Halifax City Regional Library 1952-1971.
  • Two hundredth Anniversary. Banquet Programme, 1968.
  • Two hundredth Annual Festival of Saint Andrew. Banquet Programme, 1967.
  • Robbie Burns Birthday Anniversary. Banquet Programme. 1968.
  • Robbie Burns Birthday Anniversary. Banquet Programme. 1970.
  • Catalogue of books in the Halifax Memorial Library presented by the North British Society of Halifax, Nova Scotia. 12 p. 1965.

Notes for researchers / Public Archives of Nova Scotia. 1981. 7 p., 28 cm.

Nova Scotia Birds. Reprinted from the 1952 Nova Scotia Tour Book. Listing of land and water birds occurring in Nova Scotia. [5] p., 23 cm.

Nova Scotia Fisheries Yearbook, 1948-1949. [Halifax, N.S.]: Minister of Trade and Industry. [1948] 92 p., 28 cm.

Nova Scotia Forest Facts / Department of Lands and Forests. 1967. rev. 1973. 4 p. 21 x 28 cm.

Nova Scotia Handcraft Directory / The Handcraft Centre, Department of Education, 1974, 1975. 14 cm.

Nova Scotia Handcraft Directory / The Handcraft Centre, Nova Scotia Department of Education, 1976. 21 cm.

Nova Scotia Handcraft Directory / Nova Scotia Department of Recreation. 1977, 1978. 23 cm.

Nova Scotia House of Assembly. 1975? Col. illus. 15.5 x 63 cm. folded to 15.5 x 21 cm.

Nova Scotia in the 80’s. Supplement to Chronicle Herald et Mail Star, Tuesday, January 29, 1980. 40 p., full newspaper size.

Nova Scotia Museum Fall Program. 1977. 1 p., 35.5 cm.

Nova Scotia Museum Winter Program, [1979?] 1 p., 28 cm.

Nova Scotia – Our fishing industry / Department of Fisheries. Folder containing information pamphlets on fishing methods, statistics, etc. [1980?] 30 x 23 cm.

Nova Scotia welcomes the world fisheries exhibition, ‘77, Halifax, August 31 – September 7. Supplement to the Chronicle Herald and Mail Star, Tuesday, August 30, 1977. [16] p., full newspaper size.

Nova Scotia. Elections Act. Electoral District of Shelburne. Polling Division No. 28.

  • List of electors, 1974. 2 p. Partial list.
  • List of electors, 1978. 3 p.

Official opening Queen Elizabeth auditorium and gymnasium, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Wednesday May 9, 1951. Illus. [8] p., 23 cm.

Old Meeting House

  • 1) Old Meeting House / Mrs. Laurence Wagner, 1978. 22 cm x 35 cm. folded to 22 cm. x 17.5 cm. White.
  • 2) Old Meeting House, 1765: Barrington, Nova Scotia. Barrington, N.S.: Cape Sable Historical Society, 1985? 22 cm x 35 cm. folded to 22 cm x 17.5 cm. Buff.
  • 3) Old Meeting House, 1765, Barrington, Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia Museum. 1981? 21.5 cm x 28 cm., folded to 21.5 cm. x 14 cm. Ivory.
  • 4) Old Meeting House. Cape Sable Historical Society, 1978? 22 cm. x 28 cm., folded to 22 cm. x 14 cm. 2 copies, blue and yellow.
  • 5) Old Meeting House. Program for unveiling of a plaque, September 28, 1978. 2 p., 28 cm. x 21 cm. Green.

100 years of fisheries: 1867-1967. [Ottawa]: Department of Fisheries of Canada, 1967? 9 p., ports, 29 cm. Reprinted from: 1967 Annual Review of the Fisheries Council of Canada

Our salute to the fishing industry. Supplement to the Chronicle Herald et Mail Star, Wednesday, July 29, 1981. 24 p., Tabloid size.

A Pair of Trindles Book Shop, (Halifax, N.S.). “Atlantic Canada’s first exclusively Canadian book store”. [198?] 23 x 30 cm., folded to 23 x 10 cm. White.

Parade of sail. Supplement to the Chronicle Herald et Mail Star, Tuesday, May 29, 1984. [36] p., tabloid size.

Peace Tower and the Carillon: Address delivered by Sarah Hopkins Richan before various women’s organizations of Ottawa and republished at their request. [8] p., 23 cm. Signed by Sarah H. Richan.

Percy, H.R.
Bon Portage Remembered. From: Atlantic Advocate, October 1963. pp. 49-(54).

Philadelphia Lodge 47 A.F. and A.M. G.R.N.S. Program for Centennial Banquet, July 15, 1972

Progress works when people work together. “Review and forecast of business, service and industrial progress in the tri-counties. Supplement to the Vanguard, Wednesday, March 25, 1981. 12 p., full newspaper size.

Province of Nova Scotia Report of Historic Sites Advisory Council. (For year ending March 31 ….) / Halifax, N.S.: Queen’s Printer. Have years: 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965. 23.5 cm. Some photocopies.

Regional economic circumstances and opportunities in Canada: excerpts from a statement by the Honorable Don Jamieson, Minister of Regional Economic Expansion. Ottawa: Information Division, Department of Regional Economic Expansion, 1973? 12 p., 23 cm. Also in French.

Richardson, Evelyn
Lighthouse-keeping: Eight years later. From: Saturday Night. n.d. 44 x 24 cm. Photocopy.

Rise of Samuel Cunard / Archibald MacMechan. From: Dalhousie Review. Vol. IX, 1929-30. pp. [202] – 210. 26 cm.

Robertson, Marion
S.C. Loyalists in Canada. Article in Beaufort (Periodical) Spring, 1982.

Scotia Square directory: One of Canada’s great places to shop. (198?) 45 cm x 30 cm., folded to 22.5 x 10 cm. Pink.

Scotia Square, Halifax, Nova Scotia: a city within a city. [197?] 46 cm x 30 cm., folded to 23 x 10 cm.

Sketches of Halifax. Presented by The Halifax Hotel / Sketches by Lewis E. Smith. [1915?] 14 p. 21 cm.

St. Luke’s Church. Annapolis Royal. (The Old Garrison Church). Historical sketch. 14 x 27 cm., folded to 14 x 9 cm.

St. Matthew’s United Church of Canada, Barrington Street, Halifax, N.S. “The oldest congregation in the United Church of Canada and the oldest non- Anglican Protestant church in Canada.” Interesting items regarding St. Matthew’s Church compiled by Will R. Bird – 21 x 28 cm., folded to 21 x 14 cm.

St. Paul’s Church Halifax, Nova Scotia 1749-1949. Program of an historical exhibit, June 13 – July 16, 1949. 23 x 36 cm., folded to 23 x 18 cm.

St. Paul’s Church (Anglican Church of Canada), Halifax, N.S. Illus. 12 p., 22 cm.

St. Paul’s gets facelift / Janice Kenefick. From: The Daily News Real Estate Guide, October 19, 1985. Photocopy.

St. Paul’s Halifax. An historical play by A. Kent Griffin. Program of play performed at St. Paul’s Hall, Halifax, N.S., Wednesday, June 22nd, 1949. 21 x 28 cm., folded to 21 x 14 cm.

Song for Nova Scotia, or, Atlantic’s garden / Clair Harris MacIntosh. Sheet music. Bedford, N.S.: c1935. One sheet folded to 27 x 17 cm. Inscribed by author.

Special places, Common places: Nova Scotia’s ecological reserves / Susan Haltz. Halifax, N.S.: Ecology Action Centre, 1985?, 17 p. 21 cm.

The Story of Wesley United Barrington Pastoral Charge. 1983? 22 cm. x 28 cm., folded to 22 cm. x 14 cm. Green.

Supreme Court rules on constitution proposals. Section of Chronicle Herald et Mail Star, Monday, October 5, 1981. 12 p., full newspaper size.
Sweetgrass. The Magazine of Canada’s Native Peoples. May/June1984, 32-33. Photocopy of article by Brian Molyneaux, “Petroglyphs of Kejimkujik.”
These are the facts. Supplement to the Chronicle et Mail Star, Monday, September 19, 1977. “Editorials which appeared in these newspapers from August 12 to September 10.” 12 p., tabloid size.

“These Kids Today” / Nova Scotia Youth Agency. [197?] Opportunities for Youth Projects, etc. 46 x 60 cm., folded to 23 x 10 cm.

Travel in the Maritime Provinces, 1750 – 1867: a bibliography. From: A.P.L.A. Bulletin 46, May 1983. pp. 70-71. Photocopy.

Travel through time with the Nova Scotia Museum
34 x 28 cm., 1 p., folded to 14 x 15 cm.

Trawling, banking and bootlegging in Fundy’s wild waters where a man’s daily work is the most dangerous in Canada / Bonnycastle Dale. Pages from the Sunday Leader, Sunday, June 8, 1924. 23 x 19 cm.

Truro Centennial Museum / I.O.D.E. Chapters [and] Colchester Historical Society. [22] p. 28 cm.

UNIVERSITY OF KING’S COLLEGE {HALIFAX, N.S.}

  • 150th Anniversary Celebrationand alumni reunion of King’s College, Halifax, N.S., 1789-1939. August 22, 23, 24, 1939. 7 p. 31 x 23.5 cm.
  • The University of King’s College, Halifax, N.S.: One hundred and seventy-second encania, Thursday, May 11, 1961. Programme. 6 p. 22 x 14 cm.
  • University of King’s College.Informational material. [12] p., ill. 28 cm.
  • University of King’s College Installation address: John Ferguson Godfrey B.A., B. Phil., D. Phil., President and Vice-Chancellor, October 15, 1977. 28 x 44 cm., folded to 28 x 22 cm.
  • Unorthodoxy of King’s “Autocrat”/ Bruce Deakin. From column: First person singular, Chronicle-Herald etMail Star, Saturday, December 10, 1977. Clipping.

The Universities of Nova Scotia: a provincial resource. Supplement to The Chronicle Herald et Mail Star, September 23, 1980. 16 p. Tabloid size.

Variation in the Northern rough periwinkle, Littorina Saxatilis (Olivi) in Nova Scotia / D.S. Davis. From: Proceedings of Nova Scotia Institute of Science 27, 1971-73. pp. 61 – 88.

Watch that ends the night, by Hugh MacLennan. Book review by C.L. Bennet, Dalhousie University. From: Book Reviews. pp. 117-119.

Western Nova Scotia Regional Health Centre. Official opening, Monday, November 15, 1976. (Yarmouth, N.S.) Supplement to theVanguard, Wednesday, November 10, 1976. 20 p., full newspaper size.

Why Nova Scotia? Halifax, N.S.: Department of Development, 197? 19 p., ill., 22 cm.

Yarmouth Summer Theatre ’82; July 6 – August 29. (Program)

  • Yarmouth Arts Regional Council, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. 14 p. 28 x 20 cm., folded to 20 x 14 cm.
  • Inserts:
  • Yarmouth Summer Theatre ’82; July 6 – August 29. 22 x 20 cm., folded to 22 x 10 cm.
  • Scotia Gateway Puppetry Festival, 23 x 10 cm. yellow. Advertising flyer.

Your new industrial plant in Nova Scotia, Canada: financed and built by Industrial Estates Limited. Halifax, N.S.: Industrial Estates Limited, (196?). [12] p., ill., 19 cm.