Item PC1, Box 26, Folder 3 - Composite photograph of Dalhousie University Pharmacy class of 1925

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Composite photograph of Dalhousie University Pharmacy class of 1925

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PC1, Box 26, Folder 3

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  • 1925 (Creation)
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    Gauvin & Gentzel

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1 photograph : b&w ; 18 x 21 in.

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Gauvin, Gentzel & Company was a photographic studio founded by George A. Gauvin and Adolphe E. Gentzel in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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Item is a composite photograph of the 1925 Dalhousie University pharmacy faculty and class. The photograph consists of portraits of E. M. MacLeod (Lecturer); D. S. MacDongald; W. B. Wilson; W. A. MacLeod; R. MacKeen; H. A. Harold; Professor E. W. Todd; G. A. Burbidge (Dean); J. D. Alexander (President); C. G. Fulton; H. P. Bell; G. M. Henderson; G. A. Grant; R. A. Freeman; A. Trask (Lecturer); C. A. Robbins; B. F. MacDonald; A. R. Miller; J. D. Walsh (Lecturer); A. S. MacKenzie (President); T. F. White; J. F. Power; J. MacKnight (Lecturer); and D. B. Smallwood arranged around a photograph of the Forrest Building.

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Photograph is mounted on a matboard. Lower right corner of matboard is damaged.

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