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Informal Religion

  • NSSXA T-559
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File consists of two audio reels that feature sound recordings of a speech presented by Reverend Vincent Waterman at St. Philip's African Orthodox Church to the Friends of Whitney Pier that outlines the history of the Church.Track listing is ...

West Indian Reunion Parade

  • NSSXA S85-374-1014
  • Item

Item is a photograph of a vintage car in the parade procession during the West Indian Reunion.

West Indian Reunion Parade

  • NSSXA S85-375-1015
  • Item

Item is a photograph of band members in parade procession during the West Indian Reunion, Whitney Pier.

United Negro Improvement Association

  • NSSXA 78-112-1862
  • Item

Item is a reproduction of a newspaper article about the United Negro Improvement Association band on Laurier Street in Whitney Pier; members are marching in the street with instruments and banners in support of a movement advocating "Africa f...

Blacks and West Indians

  • NSSXA T-2199
  • Item

Item is an audio reel that features a sound recording of Kay (Morrison) Borden being interviewed by Pam Newton about the Blacks and West Indians of Whitney Pier.

The Future of Sydney Steel

  • NSSXA T-2258
  • Item

Item is an audio reel that features a sound recording of a CBC Radio program entitled "The Future of Sydney Steel."Track listing is as follows:The History of the Sydney Steel Plant, DOSCO threatening to close it on Black Friday 1967Histo...

West Indian Reunion Parade

  • NSSXA S85-372-1012
  • Item

Item is a photograph of the parade procession during the West Indian Reunion.

West Indian Reunion Parade

  • NSSXA S85-373-1013
  • Item

Item is a photograph of the parade procession during the West Indian Reunion.

Holy Redeemer Convent

  • NSSXA 77-1513-1647
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Item is a photograph of the Holy Redeemer Convent, the church and the glebe house. Many homes were destroyed by fire in 1913.

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