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.
File is a composite photograph published in an American Medical Association magazine of the Section Officers in 1910. Includes 8 individual portaits. From top left: Thomas L. Gilmer (Chairman Section on Stomatology); Charles H. Mayo (Chairman Section on Surgery); Grover W. Wende (Chairman Section on Dermatology); W.D. Haggard (Secretary Section on Surgery); Murray Galt Motter (Secretary Section on Pharmacology and Therapeutics); H. Gideon Wells ( Chairman Section on Pathology and Physiology); Yandell Henderson (Secretary Section on Pathology and Physiology); William Campbell Posey (Chairman Section on Opthamology).
File is a composite photograph published in an American Medical Association magazine of the Section Officers in 1910. Includes 8 individual portaits. From top left: H.R. Varney (Secretary Section on Dermatology) John G. Clark (Chairman Section on Obstetrics and Diseases of Women); George Blumer (Chairman Section on Practice of Medicine); J.N Hurty (Chairman Section on Preventive Medicine and Public Health); Theodore Diller (Chairman Seciton on Nervous and Mental Diseases) Godfrey R. Pisek (Secretary Section on Diseases of Children); Chevalier Jackson (Chairman Section on Laryngology and Otology); David L. Edsall (Chairman Seciton on Pharmacology and Therapeutics).
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 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.
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 contains two copies of a photographic portrait of Dorothy Johnston Killam. The portrait shows Killam sitting in a chair and wearing a black dress and jewelry. She is sitting in front of large fern and there is a portrait of a man (or possibly an actual man) behind the fern.