Environment

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  • The subject term Environment should be used with descriptions that relate to environmental issues such as air quality, pollution, endangered species, habit destruction, nature, wilderness, climate, weather, natural areas, wildlife management, parks, and conservation movements and activities.

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Environment

  • UF Air quality
  • UF Pollution
  • UF Habitat destruction
  • UF Endangered species
  • UF Nature
  • UF Wildlife
  • UF Parks
  • UF Climate
  • UF Weather
  • UF Environmental issues
  • UF Recycling
  • UF Composting
  • UF Habitat protection
  • UF Conservation movement
  • UF Climate Change
  • UF Global warming

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Fox Ranching Records

  • CA THT IWFFonds-2006.14.03-2006.14.03/76
  • Item
  • 1923-1931
  • Part of Wry Family Fonds

Item is a binder which on the cover reads: “Canadian National Livestock Records – Private Record”, and which on the inside contains items pertaining to John Alward’s raising of foxes. The content includes log sheets describing foxes owned by John Alward, extra copies of the log sheets that would have been filled out for each fox, an envelope from the Canadian National Silver Fox Breeders’ Association Head Office in Summerside, PEI, marketing agreements, etc. A key to unlock the binder to add additional sheets is also included.

Newspaper Article by Willard Wry

Item is a newspaper article written by John Willard Wry for the Sackville Tribune on June 10, 1937. The article is entitled, “Describes the “Wet Summer” of 53 Years Ago”, and subtitled, “Mr. Willard Wry Tells of the Difficulties Experienced by Farmers Through Adverse Weather Conditions”.

Postcard Album

Series contains 86 postcards placed in an album in no particular order. The dated postcards range from 1906 to 1913, and were primarily addressed to Mrs. Walter I. Dixon [Jane Gillis], and also to Mr. Walter I. Dixon and Raymond Dixon. Postcards were sent from a number of relatives and friends. A number of the postcards depict locations in Canada as well as the United States. Most of the postcards contain messages.

Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission

  • CA PANB MC310
  • Fonds
  • 1964-1998

This fonds consists of the administrative records of the Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission, dating from 1964. It includes correspondence, minutes of meetings, the superintendent's monthly reports, the executive secretary's reports, reports and proposals relating to various projects and operations, brochures, newsletters, annual reports, annual financial statements, account books, agreements and other legal records, employee records, fire insurance records, and documents pertaining to the Mulholland Point lighthouse.

Also included are a number of floor plans, including several of the cottage and information center; historical notes on Campobello Island compiled by Mary W. Gallagher; and a copy of the 1964 international agreement establishing the park. There are also video tape recordings, including one or more of the park, the Roosevelt cottage, and the outer islands.

Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission