Nova Scotia

Acadia War Memorial GymRocky Foreshore  (Ref 141)Emerson Hall Acadia Univ (Ref: 048)Government House, Halifax, Nova ScotiaFred Parker's Store (Ref: 045)Admiralty House, Halifax, Nova Scotia (Ref: 067)Port Medway. Seeley Hall (Ref: 075)Dublin BAy (Ref: 025)Mahone Bay 3 out of 5 (Ref: 038)LaHave Retreat. (Ref: 076)Jelly Bean Blomidon. (Ref: 087)Blomidon. (Ref: 064)The Pointe - Blue Rocks. (Ref: 110)Maritime Covered Bridge. (Ref: X012)Parsboro Redlands. (Ref: X015)Upcountry. (Ref: 106)Hirtles Beach. (Ref: 062)Jelly Bean Cove (Ref: 120)Rocky Foreshore  (Rf 141)
Emerson Hall Acadia Univ (Ref: 048)

Emerson Hall Acadia Univ (Ref: 048)

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Watercolour   18 x 12

Framed 26 x 22


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Emerson Hall was built as the Acadia College Library in 1913 and was both a handsome and commodious new facility for a campus with an enrollment of 244 students. Emerson Hall was, in fact, part of an ambitious building program fueled by Rockefeller money and generous funding from the Emerson family.  These were heady days for the College with what might have appeared to be endowment money to burn.  And, burn it did the following year with Chipman Hall and Academy Residence going up in smoke.