Mount Saint Vincent University Archives houses the institutional records of Mount Saint Vincent College and University, including faculty and alumnae collections, as well as select community records pertaining to social justice issues.
Fonds consists of programmes for recitals and commencements held at Mount Saint Vincent Academy from 1928-1930, collected by Constance McGrath Baird while attending the Academy as a student. Fonds also includes a photo album and a Bachelor of Arts Hood from the first Mount Convocation in May 1929, donated by Connie Baird.
Series forms part of the Patrick O’Neill fonds and consists of photographs, negatives, slides, and postcards showing various theatre performances and travels. This series also includes some personal photographs, art sketches, a Meet the Navy video cassette, playbills, and sheet music collected by Patrick O’Neill. This series also includes 1 cassette tape with interviews recorded by CBC; 1 cassette tape from the Speech and Drama Department at Mount Saint Vincent University; 1 cassette tape entitled Sister Amnesia’s Country Western Nunsense Jamboree, written and directed by Dan Goggin, from 1995; and 1 cassette tape entitled Great Speeches of the 20th Century, from 1991.
Series forms part of the Patrick O’Neill fonds and consists of publications, drafts of papers, and speeches prepared by Patrick O’Neill. This series also includes some research notes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and conference materials, as well as, papers written by Mora Dianne O’Neill, Patrick O’Neill’s wife.
Series forms part of the Patrick O’Neill fonds and consists of correspondence, memorandums, proposals, reports, meeting minutes, course materials, and evaluations related to Patrick O’Neill’s employment at Mount Saint Vincent University.
This series contains the following subseries: Administrative Records; Speech and Drama Departmental Records; Course Materials; and Personal Records.
Series forms part of the Patrick O’Neill fonds and consists of all material related to research conducted by Patrick O’Neill. This series includes correspondence, research notes, research articles, newspaper clippings, grant applications, and some drafts of papers.
This series contains the following subseries: Research Materials – Miscellaneous; Nova Scotia Theatre; Halifax Theatre Newspaper Project; Neptune Theatre; Canadian Theatre; British Theatre; Arctic Theatre; Bermudian Theatre; American Theatre; Australian Theatre; New York Mirror; World War I and World War II Theatre; Copyright; Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada; Research and Publishing Correspondence.
Fonds consists of material created and accumulated by Patrick O'Neill through the course of his theatre research and his employment at Mount Saint Vincent University. The fonds consists primarily of research notes, newspaper clippings, correspondence, drafts of papers, publications, plays, course notes and syllabi among other material
Fonds consists of one album containing photographs of students at Mount Saint Vincent Academy and College, some are identified, including Christl (Tiefenbacker) Murray. Photographs include students dressed in costume for a pageant, and includes photographs of the original motherhouse building prior to the 1951 fire, and various outdoor locations on campus. Identified students include Beryl Ernst, Delbra Ashford, Rachel Sweeny, Jean Delvalette, Mary Haskel and Norma Hiltz.