Item consists of a photograph of Joe Robichaud and two copies of a cutline that describe the photograph. The photograph shows Robichaud doing a two-point balance turn in a wheelchair. The photograph was taken during Wheelchair Awareness Day in 1975.
Item consists of a photograph of Duncan Coates, Professor Larry Richards, and Alex Fok, as well as two copies of a cutline that describes the photograph. The photograph shows Coates and Fok hoisting Richards, who is sitting in a wheelchair, down the stairs. The photograph was taken at the Nova Scotia School of Architecture during Wheelchair Awareness Day in 1975.
Item is a photograph of Barbara Hinds sitting in a wheelchair and demonstrating how the wheelchair cannot fit through the door of a bathroom stall. The photograph was taken on Wheelchair Awareness Day in 1975.
Item is a photograph of the unveiling of Vincent C. MacDonald's portrait. Vincent C. MacDonald was the Dean of Law at Dalhousie from 1934 to 1950. Photograph shows Mrs. MacDonald and an unidentified man unveiling the portrait at the opening of the Weldon Building in 1967.
Item is a photograph of the unveiling of Sidney E. Smith's portrait. Sidney E. Smith was the Dean of Law at Dalhousie from 1929 to 1934. Photograph shows Mrs. Smith and an unidentified man unveiling the portrait at the opening of the Weldon Building in 1967.
Item is a photograph of a leadership training session for the child development clinic staff. An included card says: "The first leadership training session for clinic staff was held Sat. Sept 27th. Had the students looks at videotapes of last year's activities. Clinic director John Lord (seated beside TV) elaborates."
File contains one photograph and seven proofs of photographs of Kathy Berrigan. winner of the Stop Smoking Contest, being presented with a cash prize by Dr. E. Belzer, assistant dean of Health Professions. A caption included with the photographs reads: "Stop Smoking Contest, By Dr. E. Belzer, assistant dean, Health Profession, and winner Kathy Berrigan. Happy and healther, Phys Ed's Kathleen Berrigan gave up smoking and got richer - by the amount of money that she saved by not buying cigarettes and the $110.33 she won from Dr. Ed Belzer's Experimental Pool to Overcome Tobacco."
File contains 19 photographs of Dalhousie students being presented with Physical Education awards. The names of the people presenting the awards are not included. The accompanying list names 24 award winners but only 19 photographs are included in the file.
Item is a photograph of an unidentified man, two children, and an unidentified woman in the Computer Centre at Dalhousie University. Photograph shows the woman working on a computer with two children and a man looking at an IBM computer behind her.
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 photographs of Brenda Ann Walker (item 1); W.A. Watt (item 2); Nancy White (item 3); and Mary Whyte (item 4). - Photographs taken by Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited (item 1) and David Street (item 3).
File contains photographs of honorary presidents of the Dalhousie Alumni Association. One photograph shows five honorary presidents who were installed as life members: Dr. A. E. Kerr; C. L. Bennet; Prof. J. H. L. Johnstone; Samuel R. Balcom; and Dr. Horace E. Read. The other photograph shows Mrs. J. R. Longard presenting a floral arrangement to Mrs. F. R. MacAloney, the new honorary president.