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Acadia Alumni Bulletin

The Acadia Bulletin is the official organ of the Associated Alumni of Acadia University. The beginnings were modest. The first bulletin published in 1912 was little more than leaflets of six pages. It was published by the Acadia Bulletin Company, and was sold for a subscription of 25 cents per year. By the 1920s the Acadia Bulletin

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Acadia Alumni Bulletin

APLA Archives

The APLA Digital Archives is a collection of materials representing the history of the Atlantic Provinces Library Association. Included in the digital archives are: The APLA Bulletin which is the official publication of the Association, OGM minutes, Executive Council Minutes, Committee Reports and Minutes and various other documents …

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APLA Archives

Acadia Library History

This collection of records concerning the history of the libraries at Acadia University consists of a variety of digitized material including images, letters, reports, promotional material, and oral history transcriptions. The majority of the original records in this collection are held by and accessible through the Archives.

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Acadia Library History

Canadian National Parks Association

The Canadian National Parks Association (CNPA) was established in 1923 and became a national pressure group led by W. J. S. (Selby) Walker. The initiatives of the Association and of Selby Walker, a committed conservationist, were inextricably linked. For most of the 29-year life of the Association, Selby Walker was its executive …

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Canadian National Parks Association

Mary Kinley Ingraham

This collection of records concerning Mary Kinley Ingraham consists of material located primarily in the Kirkconnell Reading Room and the Esther Clark Wright Archives at Acadia University. The content of the collection relates to Ingraham's education, family, work and professional life as a student, librarian, and author. Material …

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Mary Kinley Ingraham

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Acadia’s Digital Collections is a repository for digital collections that contain and reflect the intellectual and creative output of Acadia University. It is intended to provide:

  • long term access to selected collections from the Esther Clark Wright Archives;
  • long term preservation and access to the intellectual and creative output of the University’s research centres and departments and
  • long term preservation and  access to faculty and student research and creative output.
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