Item is a proof sheet with photographs from a tour of the Life Sciences Centre at Dalhousie University. The photographs show Gordon Leece, chief of operations at the Dalhousie Computer Centre, showing computer equipment to students from Holly Drive Elementary School and their teacher, Mary Lloyd. The proof sheet also includes photographs of unidentified people climbing on a muddy hill to look in window.
Item is a photograph of a group of high school students from Oxford Regional High School watching a demonstration by Dr. G. Stroink during a tour of the Sir James Dunn Science Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows Stroink spinning a bicycle wheel to demonstrate angular momentum. The photograph was published in University News, Volume 6, No. 6.
File contains photographs and drawings of Henry Hicks taken during his political career and during his time as President of Dalhousie University. File also includes photographs of Gene Hicks (Mrs. Henry Hicks); Alex Scott; A. Murray MacKay; S.C. Oland; Leo J. Burke; Ross Flemington; Elderkin; Eddy; Robb; Robert L. Stanfield; Donald McInnes; Gene Morison; Keith Johnson; W. Blair Dymond; W.R. Smith; Guy R. MacLean; Lloyd MacPherson; J. Donald Hatcher; Robert MacDonald; MacKeigan; Regan; Cumming; Stephen H. Stackpole; Michael MccGwire; Michael Kirby; Alice Moore; and other unidentified people.
Item is a photograph taken during the installation of Henry Hicks as President and Vice-Chancellor of Dalhousie University. The photograph shows the Hon. Robert L. Stanfield, and unidentified person, Henry Hicks, and Donald McInnes on stage at the ceremony. The unidentified person is holding an academic robe for Hicks while McInnes stands at a podium. The date on the photograph may be incorrect because Hicks was the President from 1963-1980.
File contains photographs of James G. Fryday; Margaret Hiltz; Arthur Kenneth Herman; Joseph Howe; Peter Kidd; Alexander Enoch Kerr; K. C. Laurie; Douglas Lavers; Dan MacIntosh; Harold H. MacKay; Arthur Stanley MacKenzie; and Sylvia McGuire.
Item is a photograph of Alexander E. Kerr, the sixth president of Dalhousie University, giving an invocation at a convocation ceremony or some other event. Kerr is wearing academic dress and speaking into a microphone.
Item is a photograph of Garry Castle using photographic equipment to zoom in on a photograph for the Dalhousie University photography unit. The photograph was published in University News, Volume 16, No. 5.
Item is a photograph of Douglas Barrett, third year Dalhousie law student and director of a basic studio production class at Dalhousie, adjusting a patchboard. Photograph was published in University News, Volume 5, No. 9.