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Photograph of Faculty of Medicine - Graduation Class 1949

Item is a composite class photograph of the Dalhousie Medical School Graduation Class of 1949. The photograph consists of portraits of H. G. Sears; S. P. Cantwell; J. J. Balmanno; M. L. Bonnell; M. M. Hunter; L. S. Van Blaricom; R. W. Auld; H. H. Jacobson; S. C. Fuller; L. G. Rundle; J. L. Frazee; D. W. B. Keating; A. L. Knight; E. G. Burger; C. M. Day; A. A. MacLeod; F. B. Webber; L. L. McKeough; F. R. Townsend; J. W. Moreside; A. Levitz; P. J. Whelan; J. Karrel; A. R. Mercer; R. C. Eaton; F. K. Hickey; G. E. Davis; D. R. MacInnis; M. G. Tompkins; R. G. Clavden; J. C. Theriault; L. I. Stephen; I. G. Chambers; J. F. MacLellan; G. H. Algie; D. S. Brennan; S. N. Jeale; D. Hier; J. E. Rigby; J. H. Lesser; R. B. Miller; S. Hirsch; and H. G. Grant (Dean, M.D.C.M. (Dal.) M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (London)) arranged around a photograph of a building.

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Photograph of First Certified Drug Clerks Course - Nova Scotia College of Pharmacy - Class Photo 1916

Item is a photograph of the Nova Scotia College of Pharmacy First Certified Dug Clerks Course Class of 1916, in affiliation with Dalhousie University. The photograph consists of portraits of E. M. McLeod (Demonstrator of Dispensing); G. A. Burbidge (Lecturer on Pharmacy & Materia Medica); R. Jewkes; S. H. Keshen; W. McLeod; F. S. Chittick; W. H. McDonald; G. L. Schwartz; R. Haverstock; F. A. Morton; W. McKeil; A. A. Thompson (Lecturer on Economics); B. A. Archibald; M. Devereux; J. D. Walsh (Lecturer on Prescriptions); H. D. Madden (Lecturer on Materia Medica); J. Higson; A. S. MacKenzie (Ph.D., D.C.L., F.R.C.S., President of Dalhousie University); M. McDonald; A. F. Buckley (M.D., C.M., Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics); E. K. McLellan (M.D., C.M., Lecturer on Physiology and Toxicology); and Professor C. B. Nickerson (Instructor on Chemistry) arranged around a photograph of the Forrest Building and a drawing of a mortar and pestle.

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