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Sister Anne Martin 0 to end [sound recording]

This recording contains a discussion between Sister Anne Martin and an unnamed woman from 00:00:00 to 00:47:58. This discussion is on Maureen Johnson, a Mount graduate and the author of an article "Life Through Death a Holistic Approach" who passed before this was recorded, the unnamed woman indicates she is writing an article on Maureen.

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[Lecture by] George Keller [sound recording]

This recording contains two sides. Side A is a lecture by George Keller on the importance of public relations and what kind of public relations strategies and professionals a university should have and their relationships with the university administration from 00:00:00 to 00:46:56. Side B contains a continuation of the same lecture from George Keller from 00:00:00 to 00:25:02. Keller takes questions from 00:25:03 to 00:47:00.

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Helen Agnes Cormier fonds

  • PR-015
  • Fondo
  • ca. 1916

The fonds consists of photographs taken at the Mount Saint Vincent Academy. Three large photographs include class pictures inside a classroom, outside the Academy buildings and on the campus tennis court. The fonds also includes a booklet of select views of Mount Saint Vincent Academy, including buildings, interiors and outdoor spaces.

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Blossom Davison fonds

  • PR-006
  • Fondo
  • 1915-1916

The fonds contains 51 photographs taken by or taken of Blossom Davison and her friends at Mount Saint Vincent Academy and possibly other locations in the Halifax region. At least one picture was taken in Charlottetown at the legislative buildings.

The photographs depict the MSVA campus during winter. Students can be seen doing various activities and sports including ice hockey, tennis, baseball and a music recital. Some are team photos, while others are action shots.

There is also a photograph of the girls with various people, including a soldier and young men. We can only assume that these were friends or family of Blossom.

There are also a number of pictures taken off campus, and these include pictures taken at the beach, in front of various buildings around town, on a boat, in cars, on a hike in the forest and cross-country skiing.

Some of the photographs are annotated on the back with names and captions, however the majority of people in the photographs are unidentified.

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Convocation [Spring 1955 and Lloyd McGuinness interviewing Father Quinine] [sound recording]

This recording contains two tracks. Track A contains a recording of "God Save the Queen" during the 1955 spring convocation ceremony and the recessional from 00:00:00 to 00:13:02. The tape is blank from 00:13:02 to 00:14:05. From 00:14:05 to 00:16:21 sounds to be an excerpt of the reading of the play Anne Boleyn. Track B is an interview done by Lloyd McGuinness to Father Quinine, the pastor of Saint Mary's from 00:00:09 to 00:12:52.

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Family Life [sound recording]

Consists of interviews from AM Chronicle. about teaching home economics in elementary and high schools in Nova Scotia. This recording is two tracks. From 00:00:00 to 00:19:57 on Track A an unnamed man introduces and interviews Dr. Arlene Otto, a professor of economics at the University of Nevada, they discuss teaching home economics to elementary, high school and university aged students. From 00:19:57 to 00:20:09 the tape is blank. From 00:20:09 to 01:01:17 the unnamed man interviews Dr. Jean [illegible] and Dr. Balderson on the teaching of home economics, family life and psychology. Track B begins continues the interview with Dr. Jean [illegible] and Dr. Balderson from 00:00:00 to 00:33:31.

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Status of Women—women and taxation [sound recording]

This audio reel is an talk which seems to be an information session on women and taxation which. This reel is two tracks, Track A is an information session from an unnamed man on the income tax act as it concerns the status of women as well as how taxes work generally from 00:00:00 to 00:40:43. From 00:40:44 to 01:03:31 the unnamed man answers questions. Track B begins with chatter from 00:00:00 to 00:00:51. The unnamed man returns to answering questions concerning taxes from 00:00:51 to 00:48:35.

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Status of women—women and law [sound recording]

This audio reel is an speech by Mary Casey, a Mount Saint Vincent University graduate and lawyer who speaks on women and the law in Nova Scotia, followed by a discussion on the status of women in Canada. The recording is one track. The recording begins with an unnamed woman introducing Mary Casey from 00:00:00 to 00:01:44 this section is difficult to hear. From 00:01:44 to 00:36:46 Mary Casey lectures on women and the law. Mary Casey takes questions and comments from 00:36:46 to 00:54:44. Content Warning: much of the questions, comments from 00:36:46 to 00:54:44 consists of discussion on the legal definitions of rape and statutory rape. From 00:54:44 to 00:58:30 consists of chatter and discussion between attendees and schedule updates. From 00:58:30 to 02:01:22
is a discussion on an unnamed report, the report went over the recommendations on married women and taxation, and the social development of mind (in relation to early childhood education). Discussion on a women's bureau also took place during this time.

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