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Peter Ennals fonds

DATES OF CREATION:
[ca. 1997], 2003

PHYSICAL EXTENT:
8 photographs: col. slides; 2.5 x 3.5 cm

ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY/BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH:
Peters Ennals, a native of British Columbia, received his BA degree (1967), his MA degree (1968), and his doctoral degree from the University of Toronto (1978), working in the broad field of historical and cultural geography. In 1974, he began as a Lecturer in the Department of Geography at Mount Allison University, and by 1987 was Head of the department and held the administrative positions of Dean (Faculty of Social Sciences) and Vice-President (Academic and Research). He has authored and co-authored several publications.

CUSTODIAL HISTORY:
In continuous custody of donor prior to donation.

SCOPE AND CONTENTS:
Fonds consists of slides of scenes in and near the Tantramar Marsh, Sackville, New Brunswick

SOURCE OF TITLE:
Title based on content of fonds

ACCRUALS:
Not expected

ASSOCIATED MATERIALS:
None known

FINDING AIDS:
Inventory available at repository

IMMEDIATE SOURCE OF ACQUISITION:
Donated by Peter Ennals, 2003

LANGUAGE:
English

LOCATION OF ORIGINALS:
Mount Allison University Archives

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
Not available

RELATED RECORDS:
Peter Ennals records are also located in Accessions 8448, 9716 and 2001.6. Publications by Peter Ennals are located in the Ralph Pickard Bell Library and in the Mount Allison University Archives Faculty Publications Collection

ALL OTHER NOTES:
Not applicable

RETRIEVAL NO.:
2003.31

REPOSITORY:
Mount Allison University

RESTRICTIONS ON ACCESS, USE AND REPRODUCTION:
Open for research purposes. Copying and/or publication permitted only with written permission of the Mount Allison University Archives

 

1. Covered Bridge, High Marsh Road, April 2003
2. Marsh hay barn, April 2003
3. View of the Tantramar Marsh from Cumberland Ridge, looking west, April 2003
4. Looking east to Fort Lawrence Ridge, April 2003
5. Chapman Farm, April 2003
6. Fence line near Fort Lawrence, April 2003
7. Tantramar Marsh near Midgic, August 2003
8. Anderson’s Hay Press, near Cole’s Island, [ca. 1997]

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