Item is a photograph of Ernest Lorenzen creating ceramic models of mushrooms in his studio in Lantz. The ceramic mushroom models are botanically accurate in detail and coloration. Alex Wilson took the photograph.
Item is a photograph of Dr. M. J. Harvey admiring a display of ceramic mushrooms at the McCulloch Museum. The mushrooms are native to Nova Scotia and are botanically accurate in detail and coloration. The ceramics were made by Alma and Ernst Lorenzen and donated to Dalhousie by Miss Constance Macfarlane. Biology photographer Mary Primrose took the photograph.
Item is a photograph of Garry Castle using photographic equipment to zoom in on a photograph for the Dalhousie University photography unit. The photograph was published in University News, Volume 16, No. 5.
Item is a photograph of an engraving of George Ramsay, 9th Earl of Dalhousie. The engraving is by Arthur Lismer and the photograph may have been taken by A. J. Bean. The photograph is attached to a piece of matboard.
File is a xerox photocopy of a photograph of first Sabin oral vaccine in Canada. Inscription reads: This photograph, taken in 1961, when the first Sabin oral vaccine in Canada was administered at Wedgeport, was used on the Peoples Tree at Expo 67 last year. It shows Dr. V.K. Rideout, director of western Health Unit, talking with the mother and child who were the first to receive the vaccine. Dr. C.E. VanRooyen, director, division, division of laboratories, and Miss Cecile Amirault, supervisor of nurses, Yarmouth, lock on. (National Film Board, Bob Brooks).
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.
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.
File is a photograph which was used in an exhibit at the W.K. Kellogg Health Science Library in 2007. Inscription on verso reads: Halifax Medical College. Erected in 1874. [Photograph] donated by Dr. R. Hand, 1973.
File is a photograph of the Halifax Medical College. The photograph is of the original building used until 1915. The photograph was taken before the construction of the additional wing after 1874 and before 1915.
File is a photograph of W.K. Kellogg staff members and guests attending Bill Owen's retirement party. Individuals identified in photograph are Bill Owen, Morris Laycock, student, Elaine Boychuck, Choon Foong, Betty Sutherland, Linda Cahill and Carol Webb.