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Photograph of Anna Oxley holding a box of paper for recylcling

Item is a photograph of Anna Oxley, Head of Technical Services at the Killam Library, Dalhousie University. Oxley is holding a box of paper at a recycling station in the library in conjunction with a new program in partnership with the Ecology Action Centre. The photograph was published in University News, Volume 5, No. 8, page 3.

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Photograph of Charles Armour holding a composite photograph of Dalhousie College faculty and students

Item is a photograph of Dalhousie University archivist Dr. Charles Armour holding a composite photograph of the Dalhousie College faculty, graduates and students of 1869-1870. Other archival material, including a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University class at law of 1906, are also displayed on the table. The photograph was published in University News, Volume 5, No. 15.

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Photographs of Dalhousie students who received awards

File contains photographs of Dalhousie University students who received awards and scholarships. The photographs show Atul Shama; Ian David Gay; Milorad Mrakovcic; Ian Fraser; John Grant Myers; Forest M. Fyfe; K.I.G. Reid; Peter James Dey; Terence E. Hogan; Allister MacDonald; Barrie J. Frost; Henry Hicks; and other unidentified people.

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Photographs from high school tours of Dalhousie science buildings

File contains prints and proof sheets of photographs taken during high school tours of the Sir James Dunn Science Building and possibly the Life Science Centre at Dalhousie University. Most of the photographs were taken during a tour by students from Oxford Regional High School and show Dr. G. Stroink and Ralph Deveau demonstrating science experiments.

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Photograph of members of Historic Sites and Monuments Board at Dalhousie

Item is a photograph of members of the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada at the Dalhousie Faculty Club on June 10, 1975. After their meeting in Halifax, members of the Board were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Hicks at a reception held at Dalhousie. Photograph shows (from left to right) Professor Marc La Terreur, Chairman of the Board; Dr. Bruce Fergusson, Nova Scotia Archivist; Professor Peter B. Waite, Dalhousie History Department; and Henri Tatu, member.

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Photographs of Mrs. James Sisk and Vice-President Donald McNeill

Item is a contact sheet of six photographs of Mrs. James Sisk and Vice-President Donald McNeill looking at George Ramsay's bust and a portrait of Reverend John Forrest, third president of Dalhousie University. Mrs. Sisk is the granddaughter of George Munro, and the grand niece of John Forrest. Her father, Jacob Gould Schurman, was a professor of philosophy at Dalhousie in the 1880s before becoming president at Cornell University in 1892.

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Photograph of Mrs. James Sisk and Vice-President Donald McNeill

Item consists of a print and a newspaper clipping of a photograph of Mrs. James Sisk and Vice-President Donald McNeill looking at a portrait of Reverend John Forrest, third president of Dalhousie University. Mrs. Sisk is the granddaughter of George Munro, and the grand niece of John Forrest. Her father, Jacob Gould Schurman, was a professor of philosophy at Dalhousie in the 1880s before becoming president at Cornell University in 1892. Photograph was published in University News, September 8, 1972.

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Photograph of gift presented to Dr. C.B. Stewart at the Dalhousie Medical School

Item is a photograph of a gift being presented to Dr. C.B. Stewart by Eli Lilly and Co. Ltd. for the centennial of Canada. The presentation took place in the lobby of the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building. The gift is a painting by Rex Woods, which is a duplicate of Robert Harris' "The Fathers of Confederation". The painting was presented by Eli Lilly and Co. Ltd.'s district manager R.E. Pahl and Halifax representative J.J. Jacobs (left).

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