Item PC1, Box 26, Folder 43 - Composite photograph of Faculty and Senior Class in Arts and Science, 1904

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Composite photograph of Faculty and Senior Class in Arts and Science, 1904

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PC1, Box 26, Folder 43

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  • 1904 (Creation)
    Gauvin & Gentzel

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1 photograph : b&w ; 17 x 22 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 1904 faculty and senior class of Dalhousie University Faculties of Arts and Science. The pphotograph consists of portraits of C. J. Crowdis; J. A. Scrimgeour; H. D. Brunt; T. G. MacKenzie; D. MacLean; W. M. Corbett; G. M. J. MacKay; G. W. J. Langille; F. R. Logan; J. C. Ballem; R. H. Sutherland; M. J. Carney; G. C. Read; J. L. Aoham; E. B. Ross; J. R. Mellish; T. S. Begin; D. A. MacKay; J. Forrest; J. S. MacGregor; C. MacDonald; R. C. Weldon; A. MacMechan; H. Murray; D. A. Murray; F. H. Sexton; J. E. Woodman; E. MacKay; W. C. Murray; S. Dixon; J. Liechti; Miss M. P. Campbell; Miss E. M. Burris; J. W. Hudson; J. M. Trueman; A. Ferguson; Miss E. D. Perkins; Miss C. McNniven; A. C. Johnson; L. Brehaut; G. R. MacKean; Miss H. M. Bayer; Miss F. Blackwood; Miss M. G. Spencer; W. K. Power; H. D. Urquhart; G. A. Andrew; D. G. Davis; and C. MacDonald arranged several rows along with photographs of the Forrest Building and interiors of the library and classroom. Each photograph is numbered and the corresponding names are printed in a numbered list.

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Phtograph is faded and is mounted on a matboard. Matboard has large tears in its left and bottom edges and its upper two corners are torn off. The lower right corner of the matboard is also damaged.

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  • English

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  • Box: PC1, Box 26