Item is a photograph of a band playing during a ceremony at Dalhousie. The University Mace can be seen on the stage. Photograph shows A.E. Kerr, Dalhousie University President (second from right); and C.D. Howe, Dalhousie Chancellor (far right).
Item is a photograph taken at the cornerstone laying ceremony of the Sir James Dunn Science Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows Lady Dunn laying the cornerstone with the help of two men in hard hats.
Item is a photograph taken during the cornerstone laying ceremony of the Sir James Dunn Science Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows President A. E. Kerr, C. D. Howe, Lady Dunn, and Lord Beaverbrook standing together.
Item is a photograph of the Arts and Administration building at Dalhousie University, now known as the Henry Hicks Academic Administration Building, The photograph shows rows of cars parked in the parking lot next to the building. The photograph was taken by Acker.
Item is a photograph of Henry Hicks, premier of Nova Scotia; Alex Scott, resident engineer in charge of construction; A. Murray MacKay, chairman of the Halifax-Dartmouth Bridge Commission; Colonel S. C. Oland; and Leo J. Burke, bridge manager, on an official inspection tour to view the progress being made on the construction of the Macdonald Bridge in Halifax. They are standing on the west main tower of the bridge and Hicks is pointing at a sight of interest.