File is an aerial photograph of Halifax's IWK, Dalhousie University Carleton campus. Inscription on verso estimates date based on post-construction of IWK but pre-construction of the Rehabilitation Centre on the corner of Summer and University. Also pre-construction of the Nova Scotia Public Archives.
Item is a collage of the 1913 women graduates of Dalhousie University. The collage consists of photographs of Louise Clayton, Gladys Sidley, and other students arranged in a circle around a large emblem made up of the letter "D" and the number 13.
File is six photographs adhered to blue paper with facility name labels. Note on recto states that this was a composite used in the MeDal (Faculty of Medicine Alumni Association Publication in 1973, and the Department of Medicine brochures in 1975.
File is a composite photograph the Dalhousie Faculty of Medicine graduating Class of 1915. Photograph includes 13 individual portraits mounted on cardstock. Portraits include: R.R. Withrow; F.T. Densmore; G.F. Heal; J.S. Brean; H.M.G. Godfrey; V.D. Davidson; Miss E. Kilpatrick; A.E. Blackett; L.R. Meeck; H.S. Moore; J.V. Graham; P.M. Gettlesen; J.E. LeBlanc.
File is a composite photograph from Dalhousie's College of Pharmacy. The photograph includes 65 individual student portraits for the first year class. Individuals identified as follows: Dianne Archer, Marjorie Ardelli, Jane Ascroft, Janet Barrie, Laurel Bell, Paul Belliveau, Andrew Bennett, Cathy Bligh, Janet Campbell, Shelagh-Anne Campbell, Catherine Carson, Leonard Cassidy, Sean Cheverie, Janet Cooper, Wendy Cooper, Darlene Cormier, Christine Cosman, Anne Cote, Diane David, Beverly Dennis, Brian Dillman, Sheila Donovan, Loretta Duguay, Moira Gallagher, Candace Gallant, Pinky Gautam, Ian Gunn, Catherine Gallant, Tami Harlow, Pauline Hingston, Lowell Johnstone, Catherine Kelly, Wade Kirk, Joanne LeBlanc, Mary Goh, Susan Lord, Tannis MacAulay, Shawn MacDiarmid, Ann MacDonald, Elizabeth, MacDonald, Krista MacDonald, Paul MacInnis, Stephanie MacIsaac, Elaine MacKenzie, Theresa McLean, Nancy MacNeil, Susan ManSour, Jean Masterson, Anne, Mayich, Deborah McIsaac, Catherine Mclaughlin, Patricia Morrison, Peter Parker, Sheryl Petrie, Mary Reno, Kathy Robbins, Brenda Sangster, Danette Smith, Giselle Stone, Carol Thomas, Linda Thorburn, Marilyn Tiller, Pamela Wallace, Nadine Wentzell, Donna Wheeler.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1910 female graduates of Dalhousie University. The photograph consists of portraits of Marguerite Silver; Katie Whitman; Janet Wolfe, and other students arranged in an "X" shape.
Item is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University women graduates of 1920. The photograph consists of portraits of Ruth Higgins; Mary Ruderham; Natalie Littler; Louise Sandford; Alice O'Brien; Jean Dunlop; Freda Bissett; and other students arranged within a shield.
File is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine, First Year Class - 1977-1978. The photograph consists of portraits of David Abriel, Brian Armson, Kenney Atkins, Daniel Bedecki, Stephen Belgrave, Stephen Bolton, Joseph Boudreau, Mary Ann Bramstrup, Christopher Brandys, Michael, Chapman, Stever Connor, Roger Cook, Robert Coombs, Kim Crawford, John Cusack, Gudarz Davar, Bruce Demont, David Elliott, Joanne Embree, Ronald Fontaine, Lynn Fraser, Christopher Gallant, Patrick Gill, William Goodine, Mary Gorman, Susan Gray, Ashim Guha, Joan Guptill, Gregory Haines, Richard Hall, Carl Hannah, Daniel Harrigan, Barbara Hayden, Elizabeth Johnson, Anthony Kelly, Carter Kennedy, Mary Kernohan, David King, George Knight, Howard Lamb, Sharon LItz, Colin Lockhart, Gerard Losier, Shirley Maccara, Owen Maccausland, Kathryn Maccullam, William MacDonald, Peter MacKean, James MacKillop, Karen MacLeod, Robert MacNeill, Rayma MacPherson, Joan MacVicar, Roxanne Malenbaum, Richard Manuel, Donald Mcdonah, Elizabeth Mcinerney, Graham Miles, Hugh Monteith, Bruce Montgomery, Rachel Morehouse, Nancy Morrison, Victoria Morrison, Robert Mullan, Johnson Ngan, Marie O'Hanley, Paul Oar, Kevin Orrell, Shawna Perlin, Edwin Pineau, Gordon Plummer, Peter Poulos, Mary Pushie, William Rice, David Ross, Arthur Ryan, Christopher Seamone, Brian Shaw, Cathryn Smith, Preston Smith, Stephen Smith, Erich Sperker, Barbara Stanford, Daniel Steeves, Nolan Stein, John Sullivan, George Sutherland, Johnathan Taylor, David Tilley, Rose Anne Tubetti, Ben Umeze, Gary Vaughan, Avon Wakefield, Elizabeth Weld, Patrick Whelan, Celina White, James Whitlock, Robin Wilson
File is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine, First Year Class - 1981-1982. The photograph consists of portraits of Valerie Adams, Michael Armitage, Karen Arnold, David Assaff, Blaine Beaton, Carol Boutilier-Kendall, Sandra Brown, Peta Brunsdon, Clay Butler, Charles Butts, Jean Cameron, Ian Campbell, Jeffrey Champion, Michael Chandler, Gregory Clark, Kevin Clarke, Moira Cooper, Ian Dempsey, Pamela Doig, Mary Boyle, Carolyn Drysdale, Hans Dy, Lisbi Eapen, George Eyerer, David Fagan, Stephen Fitzpatrick, Kenneth Fletcher, Michael Flynn, Cynthia Forbes, Mark Foster, Darrell Gallant, Christopher Gardiner, Valerie Gilbert, Glenn Gill, Judith Graham, Ian Grant, Karen Hann, Gordon HOllway, Joseph Horan, Michael Howlett, Khaled Instrun, Umesh Jain, Dilprett Jammu, John Jollymore, Eilen Jost, Sylvia Kaptein, Douglas Kohlsmith, Daniel Landry, Bonny Lee, John Li, Margo Lindener, Renee Lutwick, Scott MacDiarmid, Bernard MacGregor, Annette MacIntyre, David MacKenzie, Christopher MacKinnon, Catherine MacLean, Terrence MaGennis, Colin Mann, Elizabeth Massarelli, Donna McCulloch, Anne McDonah, Ellen McKeough, John McNeil, Patrick Melanson, Kent Monteith, Alfred Morais, Thomas Muise, Terrence Murphy, Suzanne O'Hanley, Richard Paxton, Leo Pereira, Stephen Pond, Ellen Power, Jan Prsala, Mai Riives, Dale Robinson, Susan Roche, Timothy Rourke, Gary Rubin, Asutosh Ruparelia, Yolande Samson, Kevein Schnare, Anil Sharma, Atul Sharma, William Sigsworth, Philip Smith, Wesley Stephen, Ross Thomas, Barbara Tiller, Patricia Towney, Achla Vats, Claire Weeks, Lyle Weston, Ronald Wojcik, David Woodbury, Main Yee.
File is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine, Fourth Year Class - 1977-1978. The photograph consists of portraits of Wendy, Amirault, Vincenzo Arcieri-Piersanti, Duncan Armstrong, John Baker, Jane Barlow, Harris Barton, Laurence Barzelai, Gordon Beck, Helen Bell, Allen Bishop, Joanne Blaxland, Kevin Bonner, Benjamin Boucher, Alan Buckley, George Burden, Robert Burris, Kenneth Chen, Mark Clark, Jacqueline Cloney, Alban Comeau, Robert Cooper, Gary Costain, Anthony Costantino, Warren Crooks, Yolands D'Intino, Thomas Davies, Carolyn Dean, Margaret Dingle, Rebecca Dobson, Anne Drysdale, Bruce Dykeman, Jacquelyn Evans, Leon Everett, Michael Fleming, Pamela Forsythe, Catherine George,Thomas Goulding, Robert Graham, Elizabeth Guptill, William Harper, David Hirsch, Brian Horsman, Keith Jackson, Shawn Jennings, David Kallio, Patrick Killorn, Thomas Laughlin, Joseph Lawen, Norman Lister, Mary Lobban, Harold MacCausland, Diane MacDonald, Francis MacDonald, Linda MacDonald, Robert MacDonald, Alexander MacDougall, John Roy MacEachern, David MacRae, Bernard McIntyre, Roger McKelvey, Monica McNeill, Ronald Milne, Thomas Morgan, Thomas Murphy, Michael Murphy, Gerald Wyatt, Richard Nason, Attilio Negro, Paul Newton, Patrick O'Connor, Mihkel Oja, Dustan Osborn, Thomas Park, Robert Paterson, James Poirier, Allen Rodgers, Rita Ruparelia, Sonia Russell, Beatriz Sainz, Brian Schnare, Robert Sliver, Thomas Simpson, Paul Smith, Robert Taylor, Anna Timell, Brenda Tomilson, Hendrik Visser, William Vlahos, Earle Wadden, Bruce Walmsley, Robert Webb, Elric Winter.
Item is a composite photograph of the women of the Dalhousie University Arts and Science class of 1917. The photograph consists of portraits of the graduates arranged around a large circular emblem made up of the words "Arts & Science. DAL 1917." The photograph is printed on a circular piece of card.
Front row (on the floor): A.S. Barnstead; W.J. Pickering; A.D. Archibald Sitting: W.E. Thompson; E.S. Harding; R. H. Graham; G.S. Gordon (Captain); R. McIlreith First Row Standing: G.S. Shaw; D.McRae; D.K. Grant; D. Finlayson; G.H. Maxwell Last Row: J.W. Logan; D.G. MacKay; F.C. Harvey; L. McLean; H.V. Bigelow
Front row (on the floor): A.D. Thomas; Robert Wood (?) Middle row sitting: J. McGrath; Gordon B. Wiswall; Seymour MacKenzie; Louis Mylius; William Ross Last row standing: Norman Ralston; Ferguson R. Little; Jack Learmont
File is an editorial sheet of photographs. Includes seven photographs. Individuals identified on sheet. First row of photos: (Left) R. Penney; A Paul. (Right) T. Delaney; D. Banikhin; D. Shu. Second row of photos: (Left) A. Giovanni; D. Simms; R. Mead; J. Hardy; A. Pike. (Right) M. Chalom; P. Hart; S. Shore. Third row of photos: (Left) N. Hilliard; O. Waler; D. Moores; A. Frost. (Centre) F. Tudiver; R. Hutchison; H. Strong. (Right) D. Eddy; F. Noseworthy; R. Shadera.
File is an engraving from book West Port Murders. Inscription reads: A laconic narrative of the Life & Death of James Wilson known by the name of Daft Jamie. In which are interspersed, several anecdotes relative to him and his old friend Boby Awl, an idiot who strolled about Edinburgh for many years. He's to be pitied, that's such a silly elf, who cannot speak nor wrestle for himself. Jamie was such a simpleton, he'd not fight with a boy; nor did he ever curse or swear, at those who'd him annoy. Published by W. Smith, Bristo Port, Edina. Price Thrip Pence. 1829. Reprinted (1881) by A. & G. Brown, 15 Bristo Place and the Mound, Edinburgh.
File is an engraving from book West Port Murders published in 1829. Text reads: AUTHENTIC CONFESSIONS OF WILLIAM BURK, Who was Executed at Edinburgh, on 28th January 1829, for Murder, emited before the Sheriff-Substitute of Edinburgh, the Rev. Mr. Reid, Catholic Priest, and others, in the Jail, on 3rd and 22d January. EDINBURGH: Printed and Sold by R. Menzies, Lawnmarket. 1829. Price Twopence.
File is a reproduction of an engraving depicting a bust of Claudius Galen. Inscription: P.P. Rubens Del: Ex Marmore Antiquo. J. Faber sen[io]r Fecit. GALEN A most excellent Physitian, born at Pirgamos in Asia. He was a great improver or the Hypocratick System of Physick, and the beginner of that Method of Practice [unknown abbreviation] has been used from his time till lately, & from him called Galenick. He is said to have been author of 200 volumes y were burnt in y temple of peace. And is numberd by Garden among y12 most subtil wits of the World. He was of a [illegible] & crazy constitution yet by temperance preserved his life to a great age. He died about the middle ... [illegible due to damage]. Accompanying note: CLAUDIUS GALEN (131-201 A.D.) Galen was the greatest Greek physician after Hippocrates. His original investigations concerned chiefly Anatomy. In the Annals of Anatomy and Surgery, Vol. IV., Brooklyn, N.Y., 1881, can be found a series of articles about Galen, written by Dr. George Jackson Fisher.
File is an engraving from book West Port Murders published in 1829. Image is of Dr. Knox with his hand on a book as if being sworn in. Inscription is illegible. Accompanying note reads: Robert Knox, The Anatomist : 1791-1862.
File is a reproduction of an engraving depicting a medallion with the profile image of Frederick II of Germany. Inscription: Frederick II from a Medallion in the Church della Porto Santo in Andria. Accompanying note: Frederick II., (1194-1250), Emperor of Germany, King of the Two Sicilies, the last one of the Christian Kings of Jerusalem, the Author of a Treatise which contains a Complete Account of the Anatomy of the Falcon.
File is a black and white reproduction of an engraving of a painting. Note attached reads: This is a copy of Hans Holbein's picture, which was painted whilst the artist was enjoying the favour of Henry VIII., showing the granting of a Charter to the Barber Surgeons of London.
File is an engraving from book West Port Murders. Inscription reads: Portrait of Daft Jamie. See the impudence of that little boy, challenging Jamie to fight with him ; had Jamie possessed the spink o' a louse, he would have taken him and drawn his neck, as a poultry man draws a hen's; but what else can be expected from such pigmy delinquents, when so much encouragement is given to vice.
File is a reproduction of an engraving. Accompanying note states: Andreas Stog's Engracving of Pieter Paaw's Theatre of Anatomy -- the first of its kind -- which was built in Leyden, 1589 -- the first one erected in the Low Countries.
File is an engraving from book West Port Murders published in 1829. Text reads: West Port Murders. Characters Of BURK, HARE, AND, Dr. KNOX. [From the Noctes Ambrosiance of Blackwood's Magazine for March 1829.] BEING PART OF A CONVERSATION BETWEEN NORTH, TICKLER, AND THE ETTRICK SHEPHERD.
Shepherd. - Did you ever see sic a preparation o' a skeleton o' a turkey? We maun send it to the College Museum, to staun in a glass case aside Burk's. North. - What did you think, James, of the proceedings of these two Irish gentlemen? Shepherd. - That the were too monotonous too impress the imagination. First ae drunk auld wife, and then anither drunk auld wife - and then a third drunk auld wife - and then a drunk auld or sick man or twa. The confession got unco monotonous - the Lights and Shadows o' Scottish Death want relief - though, to be sure, poor Peggy paterson, that Unfortunate, broke in a little on the uniformity ; and sae did Daft Jamie ; for whilk last murder, without ony impiety, ane may venture to say, the Devil is at this moment ruggin' that Burk out o' hell fire wi' a three-prong'd fork, and then in wi' him again, through the ribs - and then stirring up the coals wi' that eternal poker - and then wi' the great bellows blawin' up the furnace, till like an Etna, or Mount Vesuvius, it vomits the murderer out again far ower into the very middle o' the floor o' the infernal regions. R. Menzies, Printer, Edinburgh.
File is an engraving from book West Port Murders published in 1829. Inscription reads: Margaret Laird or Hare as she appeared in the witness box taken in Court. Published by Thomas Ireland Jun[io]r. Edinburgh.
File is a reproduction of an engraving. Inscription: Engraved by J. Caldwell. GALENT CONVERSIO. Accompanying note: THE CONVERSION OF GALEN. This undated copperplate, engraved by J. Caldwell, is found in Vol. IV., third edition, of an anonymous work entitled, Medical Extracts, or the Nature of Health, London, 1798. It is credited to Dr. Robert John Thornton.