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4 Archival description results for North America

Mandela/Machel: Honorary Doctorate Ceremony

Program, Ceremony on Screen tickets, Song Lyric.
CD: Tribute song, "Turn This World Around" written and performed by Raff. Theatre tickets and Access badge. Display Board (1.22 m x 2.44 m [4' x 8']: Nelson Mandela/Graca Machel. (Oversize) Videocassette: Ceremony. Brochure.
Special clippings report (selection of media coverage from Canadian newspapers)

University Advancement Office

Bruce MacKinnon fonds

The fonds comprise editorial cartoons, dating 1986-1995, published in the Halifax-Herald newspaper. International personalities include Nelson Mandela.

MacKinnon, Bruce

Dale Cummings fonds

While working for several years as a freelance artist, Cummings was frequently published in the New York Times, The Canadian Forum, the Last Post, MacLean’s and the Toronto Star. In 1981, he was hired as the full-time editorial cartoonist for the Winnipeg Free Press. The fond is comprised of editorial cartoons, published in the Winnipeg Free Press, covering over two decades of political events. International leaders include Nelson Mandela.

Cummings, Dale

John B. Lee fonds

The sub series contains records concerning the Honorary Doctorate of Laws awarded to Nelson Mandela on the 17 November 2001. Included are the following items:
Series 1 contains correspondence with Salvatore Ala, Laurie Allan, Margaret Alison, Roger Bell Carousel, Mayor, Municipality of Chatham-Kent, Rienzi Cruz, Denis De Klerk, James Deahl, Marty Gervais, Richard M. (Tai) Grove, Michael Henderson, James Lipton [outgoing], Les Murray, Nelson Mandela Foundation, Penumbra Press, Public Lending Right Commission, Erin Smith, Richard Stevenson, Desmond Tutu, and George Whipple.

Lee, John B.