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Architectural Plans
UR-005-2 · Serie · 1949-1989
Parte de MSVU Facilities Management fonds

Series consists of architectural plans for various construction and renovation projects at Mount Saint Vincent University from 1949-1989. The series contains technical and architectural drawings, including site plans, plot plans, floor plans, section details, elevation drawings and architectural sketches. Certain files include notes or letters describing the contents of the drawings.

This series is divided into 12 subseries according to architectural projects. These include:

  1. Evaristus Hall (1949-1974)
  2. Berchman’s Hall (1960-1964)
  3. Academic Building (1966-1972)
  4. Student Union Building (1960)
  5. Lourd’s Building (1963)
  6. E. Margaret Fulton Communications Centre (1987-1989)
  7. City of Halifax road plans (1971-1973)
  8. Motherhouse Building (1957-1973)
  9. Rosaria Student Centre (1965-1972)
  10. Proposed set of buildings facing Bedford Highway [1967?]
  11. Student housing plan [19--?]
  12. Child Study Centre playground [19--?]
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UR-026 · Fondo · 1966-2020

Fonds consists of records pertaining to the Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, including annual reports (1969-2003), biennial reports (1988), and administrative and promotional material from its opening (1966-1970). Fonds also consists of records related to events and exhibitions at the Gallery, including catalogues, publications, and promotional brochures and posters published by the Gallery (1970-2020), calendars of events and programs (1972-1978), and correspondence between the Gallery and artists regarding their art and exhibitions (1968-1971).

Fonds also contains scrapbooks with newspaper clippings related to the Gallery (1972-1976), a scrapbook with photographs of Gallery programming, and visitor sign-in books (1971-1974).

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Betty Peterson ephemera collection
PR-031 · Colección · 1964, 1974-2006

Collection consists of posters and pinback buttons accrued by peace activist Betty Peterson. Materials mainly pertain to protests, speaking events, organizations, and film screenings for social justice causes including nuclear disarmament, environmental conservation, Indigenous activism, women’s rights, and anti-war movements. Collection includes the shirt Betty Peterson wore to a nuclear disarmament rally in New York City in 1982 with buttons attached to it, as well as a cloth banner with the words "Voice of Women Canada" sewn on it, also with buttons attached.

Some materials pertain to the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), and collection also contains various posters of paintings and art calendars. Collection is organized into two series: posters and buttons.

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UR-025 · Colección · 1886-2006

Collection consists of artifacts donated by Mount Saint Vincent University and MSVU alumni, including medals and pendants awarded to graduates (1886-1940), souvenir pins for the Mount's 60th anniversary (1985), various Mount Scholar pins and MSVU lapel pins, medals from the Sodality Club, patches and stamps of the Mount Saint Vincent crest and coat of arms, Mount Saint Vincent College song lyrics, a Bachelor of Arts hood from the first commencement (1929), a leaf from the laurel crowns worn by graduates (1939), MSVU banners, and other Mount Saint Vincent ephemera including the papal flag, plaques awarded to Dr. Naomi Hersom, and commemorative items from building openings including keys, ribbons, plaques, trowels, and posters.

Collection includes plaques from the original Evaristus Chapel and items that were formerly housed in the MacDonald Collection room, including bookends, a Shakespeare bust, and various decorative boxes and cups.

Collection also consists of items donated by the Alumnae Association, including the Alumnae news letterhead, Director’s gavel, Alumnae weekend trophy (1994), Shine-rama t-shirt, and Alumnae Association pins, as well as items donated by the Sisters of Charity, including the School of Music seal stamp, an Infant of Prague statue, and a vase painted by Fide de Bedia who was an alumnae of Mount Saint Vincent Academy (1905-1909).

Box UR-025-005 also contains textual records and correspondence regarding the Mount Saint Vincent crest, coat of arms, and seal, as well as notes on the MSVU mace, and pocket calendars with directions of the College Mistress (Warden) regarding student activities (1950s).

PR-017 · Fondo · 1999-2022

Fonds consist of records created and accumulated by the Nova Scotia Women’s History Society (NSWHS) including financial reports, budgets, meeting agendas and minutes, by-laws, member lists, media releases, correspondence, and grant applications, as well as slides, photographs, newspaper clippings, and pamphlets pertaining to NSWHS initiatives. Materials came from Janet Guildford and Sharon MacDonald, two founding members and first two chairs of the society.

Fonds also consist of records relating to the planning and installation of the WOW [Woman on the Waterfront] project (2013-2017) including artist agreements, technical drawings, budgets, promotional brochures, fundraising activities, correspondence, and historical research compiled by NSWHS members.

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Posters
PR-031-1 · Serie · 1964, 1974-2006
Parte de Betty Peterson ephemera collection

Series consists of posters for protests, conferences, speaker events, art exhibitions, and films related to a number of social justice movements including nuclear disarmament, Indigenous activism and land claims, environmental conservation, anti-war movements, and women’s rights. A number of posters refer to United Nations initiatives, including International Women’s Day, the Second Special Session on Disarmament (1982), the International Year of Peace (1986), and World Environment Day.

Some posters refer to the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), and series also contains various posters of art prints and calendars.

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Buttons
PR-031-2 · Serie · [197-]-[200-]
Parte de Betty Peterson ephemera collection

Series consists of buttons related to various organizations and events advocating for social justice and peace causes, including nuclear disarmament, Indigenous rights and land claims, environmental conservation, women’s rights, anti-apartheid in South Africa, and anti-U.S. intervention in Latin America, especially in Nicaragua and El Salvador. Series also includes anti-war buttons, predominantly in reference to the Gulf War (1991). Some buttons refer to political parties, in particular the New Democratic Party (NDP) and the African National Congress (ANC).

Series also includes the shirt worn by Peterson to the 1982 nuclear disarmament rally in New York City with buttons attached.

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Atlantic Earth Festival
BPPC50 · Unidad documental simple · [1992?]
Parte de Betty Peterson ephemera collection

Poster for the 4th annual Atlantic Earth Festival, August 28-30 at Seaview Park/Africville. Poster has information on featured performances by Taj Mahal, Rawlin’s Cross and other artists, as well as an environmental trade show and workshops, pricing, and activities at the festival. Text surrounds Alice Reed’s painting ‘Summer Shore, Lower Prospect.’

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Non-violence and the arms race
BPPC159 · Unidad documental simple · 1983
Parte de Betty Peterson ephemera collection

Poster for non-violence speeches by Lynn Connell and Ken Hancock, members of the Alliance for Non-Violent Action, on April 21, 1983. Event sponsored by the Coalition Against Nuclear War, the Halifax Friends (Quakers), Project Ploughshares Halifax-Dartmouth branch, and the Voices of Women. Held at Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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