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Mary Burke fonds
Accession 1982-93 and 2003-220 · Arquivo · 1935-1936

Fonds consists of a volume of poetry entitled "The Blossoming Bough," written by Mary Burke, and published posthumously in 1936. Fonds also includes a photograph of Mary Burke (1935), a copy of Mary Burke's obituary, and a poem entitled "Mary" written by Sister Maura.

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Mary Dulhanty fonds
Accession 1998-16 · Arquivo · 1926 - 1927

Fonds consists of a diary kept by Mary Dulhanty while she was a Commercial student at Mount Saint Vincent College.

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Cynthia H. Plant-Hansen fonds
Accession 2005-32 · Arquivo · 1978-1979

Fonds consists of three journals from Cynthia H. Plant-Hansen's second and third practicums in the Child Studies program at Mount Saint Vincent University.

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Christl Murray fonds
PR-004 · Arquivo · 1948 - 1951

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.

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Hagen family fonds
PR-005 · Arquivo · 1882-1924

The fonds consists of records belonging to Alice Egan (Hagen) and her daughter Rachel Dickinson (Hagen).

The first item is an autograph book dating from 1882 to 1887 belonging to Alice Egan. The book contains messages, well-wishes, poems and autographs written by family and friends, predominantly from the period when Alice was a student at Mount Saint Vincent Academy.

There are also 2 printed event programmes from Mount Saint Vincent Academy that were donated by Rachel. The programmes cover Closing Exercises of intermediate and junior pupils of Academy Mount Saint Vincent (19 June 1917) and the pageant commemorating the 50th anniversary of the foundation of Mount Saint Vincent Academy in 1924. Rachel’s younger sister Kathleen acted in the pageant, and Rachel played the second violin.

The Pageant programme provides important context to the scenes being acted out and that are captured in various photographs from this period which can be found in other fonds at Mount Saint Vincent University Archives.

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Helen Agnes Cormier fonds
PR-015 · Arquivo · 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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Constance Baird fonds
PR-016 · Arquivo · 1928 -1930

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.

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UA RG 100 · Arquivo · [between 1917 and 1919] - 2006

This collection comprises photographs documenting the history of Mount Saint Vincent University and student, faculty, and community experiences.

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Ruth Noonan Wright fonds
Arquivo · 1932-02-01 - 2017-01-19

This fonds contains a scrapbook created by Ruth Noonan Wright. The scrapbook documents Wright's time as a student at Mount Saint Vincent Academy (graduated 1953) and later as a mature student at Mount Saint Vincent University (1972-1975). The scrapbook contains photographs,newspaper clippings, handwritten text detailing Wright's memories of the Mount, original pencil drawings, and ephemera of the Mount's student activities.

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Mount Saint Vincent University audio-visual collection
Coleção · 1982 - 2009

The collection comprises the Mount Saint Vincent University-related audio and visual material collected for the Mount Archives. Of significance to the collection is the Distance University Education via Television (DUET) series, which includes recordings of Convocation and other unique programming, like the the literary Off the Page subseries and the Alumnae Special subseries. Also included in this collection are audio and visual recordings pertaining to women's roles in education, religion, and employment.

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