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Papers of William A. Major on the Halifax Curling Club

  • CA NSHDA MS-2-167, SF Box 27, Folder 32
  • File

File consists of a brief manuscript essay on Halifax Curling Club's history, the 1923 end-of-season report, and an excerpt from a published pamphlet called "Curliana Memorabilia."

Lecture notes of James M. Carmichael

  • CA NSHDA MS-2-17, SF Box 13, Folder 13
  • File

File consists of notes from lectures on political economy delivered by Reverend James Ross, Principal of Dalhousie College 1863-1885.

Guest books of Malachy Bowes Daly

  • CA NSHDA MS-2-19, SF Box 14, Folders 1-2
  • File

File consists of two guest books (1890-1893 and 1897-1900) printed for Daly and his wife, used during his time as Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia.

Notebooks of Bertha and Minna Liechti

  • CA NSHDA MS-2-37, SF Box 15, Folder 3
  • File

File consists of three notebooks (ca. 1887-1894) of lecture notes on geography, advanced German, literature, and psychology. It also includes Mima Liechti's notebook (1866-1869) recording visits made and/or received and lists of members and a...

Letters from Alfred Austin to Stephen Tobin

  • CA NSHDA MS-2-74, SF Box 18, Folder 24
  • File

File consists of four letters written to Tobin from Alfred Austin, who was Tobin's schoolmate at Stonyhurst College from 1849-1852 and who later served as Poet Laureate of England (1896-1913).

Charles Tupper letters

  • CA NSHDA MS-2-75, SF Box 18, Folder 26
  • File

File consists of two handwritten letters by Charles Tupper. The earlier is an 1887 letter of introduction to Sir Andrew Clark regarding Mr. Freeborn, a Canadian medical student in London. The latter was written in 1911 to Mrs. J. Ross Smith in Amh...

Letters to John Young from his son, William Young

  • CA NSHDA MS-2-80, SF Box 18, Folder 28
  • File

File consists of one handwritten letter (1833) to John Young from his son and business agent, William Young, and a transcription of an earlier letter (1815) from William.