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Dorothy Wills fonds

  • PR-001
  • Archief
  • 1956-2019

This fonds contains honorary degrees, awards, and correspondence related to the career of Dr. Dorothy Wills

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Launch Party [For the book "A World Without War"]1998 [moving images]

This recording contains a recording of book launch party for the book "A World Without War by Dr. Frances Early" --Mount Saint Vincent University Professor -- at the Universalist Unitarian Church. There is a performance from the choir the Raging Grannies of Halifax and a speech from John Big [sp?]. Dr. Early additionally speaks at her book launch about the book and writing it over 12 years. Dr. Janet Guildford, MSVUA professor additionally speaks at this launch, congratulating Dr. Early.

Alumnae special [moving images]

This recording contains an collection of episodes of the Alumnae Special with Dilly MacFarlane. The first episode is with Peggy Fraiser and they discuss a program to promote museum studies at the Mount. There is additionally an episode with Shirley Baker, the alumna and Executive Director of the Kiwanis Music Festival as well as an episode with Carol Goodwin Watt, MSVU Grounds-Kepper. This recording additionally contains an episode with Heather Watts, Alumna and Local Historian as well as an episode on Alumnae in the performing arts with Mary Reynolds. There is also an episode with Sherry Leger, the Alumnae Cruise Coordinator and another with Claudette Sapp on her volunteer work at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. There is additionally an episode on the Classical Ballet Academy with Valerie Burkimsher.

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Alumnae Special, Lyndita Walker [moving images]

This recording contains an alumnae special interview by Dilly MacFarlane and Lyndita Stanbury-Walker. This episode of Alumnae Special was a rebroadcast of an interview with Lyndita Stanbury Walker about the history of the Mount Saint Vincent Academy. This interview discusses the origins and history of the Mount Saint Vincent Academy which began in 1873 and it 99 year tenure. The ending of this recording also has a DUET production of an introductory accounting class taught by professor Bruce Densmore.

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Marjorie Anderson and Lorri Neilsen Glenn [moving images]

This recording contains interviews with authors Marjorie Anderson and Lorri Neilsen Glenn. Anderson discusses her book "Dropped Threads Three," a collection of personal essays detailing the experiences of Canadian women, and reads a short excerpt. Neilsen Glenn discusses her essay in "Dropped Threads Three," her work as Poet Laureate of Halifax, and reads a poem from her collection "Combustion."

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