One of these photograph is an early photo of the President's Residence on Oxford Street in the 1900's when it was owned by Levi Hart. The other photo is a picture of Levi Hart with his granddaughter, Elizabeth.
File contains photographs of Dr. Ed Renner; Denis Stairs; Margery Forgay; Caitlin Pollock; and Kim Vance. - Photographs taken by Jody Farrell and Pelham. - Danis Stairs, New Vice President Academic Dalhousie, Jan. '88, Dal News, Vol. 18, No. 11. Dr. Ed Renner, Dal Psych Study on Court's discrimination of blacks, poor, minority (Farrell photos). Margery Forgay, Director School Dental Hygiene, Jan. '88 (Pelham photots). Caitlin Pollock, Russian honours student participated in Russian studies program re. Soviet Union, Feb-June '87 (Farrell photos). Kim Vcance, Dal student participated in formum with Dean of Arts Advisory Committee on teaching and learning, story March 2/88, Dal News, Vol. 18, No. 11 (Farrell photos).
File contains two copies of an aerial photograph of Halifax's Africville neighborhood, looking toward the Halifax Harbour. The photograph was used in Donald Clairmont's "Africville Relocation Report" ("'In' But Not 'Of' The City" pg. 3-20).
Item is an aerial photograph of Dalhousie University. Visible in the photograph is the west end of Studley campus, including Wickwire Field, the Dalhousie Arena, the Henry Hicks Building, the University Club, and the Chemistry Building, and the Sir James Dunn Science Building.
Item is an aerial photograph of Dalhousie University from the late 1970s. Visible in the photograph is the west end of Studley campus, including the Dalplex, Wickwire Field, the Henry Hicks Building, the Life Sciences Centre, the University Club, and the Chemistry Building.
Item is an aerial photograph of Dalhousie University and Halifax. The photograph looks north up Robie Street towards the MacDonald Bridge and the Halifax Harbour. It also shows the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building being constructed (right). File contains a duplicate of this image.
File contains two copies of an aerial photograph of Dalhousie University, looking toward Halifax Harbour. The Life Sciences building is under construction. One copy of the photograph has a note on the back which says "circa 1972" but the other copy has the date "Sept 25 1970" written on it, which is probably the correct date.
Item is an aerial photograph of Halifax. Photograph shows the Purcell's Cove area, the Northwest Arm, and central and south-west Halifax, including the Studley campus at Dalhousie in the top centre of the image.