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 photograph of Luise Marguerite Alexandra Victoria Agnes Saxe-Coburg-Gotha; Patricia Saxe-Coburg-Gotha; Arthur William Patrick Albert Saxe-Coburg-Gotha; and Arthur Frederick Patrick Albert Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. Duke of Connaught was Governor General of Canada, 1911-1916. Louise Margaret (Luise Marguerite) was Princess of Prussia. The photograph shows the Duke of Connaught sitting in a chair with the other three subjects standing around him.
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 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.
Item is a photograph of Margaret Elizabeth Mary Stirling Ramsey, Countess Dalhousie, wife of the 16th Earl of Dalhousie, Simon Ramsey. The photograph shows Ramsey seated in a chair and wearing formal attire.
Item is a photograph of Harold Rupert Leofric George Alexander, Viscount Alexander, 1st Earl Alexander of Tunis and Baron Rideau of Ottawa, and of Castle Derg, county Tyrone, Field Marshal. Alexander was the Governor General of Canada, 1946 - 1952. Start year confirmed by the UK National Portrait Gallery photograph collection database.
Item is a portrait of A. G. Archibald. The medium of the portrait is a combination of photography and drawing. The portrait shows Archibald sitting in a chair and holding a scroll or some other object.
Item is a photograph of a framed painting of J. McGregor Stewart. The painting is hung on a wall and shows Stewart wearing robes and turning the page of a book. On the back of the photograph's matboard, there is a drawing of a TV camera.