File contains photographs and drawings of Henry Hicks taken during his political career and during his time as President of Dalhousie University. File also includes photographs of Gene Hicks (Mrs. Henry Hicks); Alex Scott; A. Murray MacKay; S.C. Oland; Leo J. Burke; Ross Flemington; Elderkin; Eddy; Robb; Robert L. Stanfield; Donald McInnes; Gene Morison; Keith Johnson; W. Blair Dymond; W.R. Smith; Guy R. MacLean; Lloyd MacPherson; J. Donald Hatcher; Robert MacDonald; MacKeigan; Regan; Cumming; Stephen H. Stackpole; Michael MccGwire; Michael Kirby; Alice Moore; and other unidentified people.
File contains photographs of James G. Fryday; Margaret Hiltz; Arthur Kenneth Herman; Joseph Howe; Peter Kidd; Alexander Enoch Kerr; K. C. Laurie; Douglas Lavers; Dan MacIntosh; Harold H. MacKay; Arthur Stanley MacKenzie; and Sylvia McGuire.
File contains photographs residents of Shirreff Hall and Howe Hall at Dalhousie University. The photographs show students standing on the front steps of Shirreff Hall; standing in a lounge in Shirreff Hall; sitting in their rooms; or posing in other places around Dalhousie campus.
File contains photographs taken for a story about Savalith Sayarath, a Vietnamese boat person refugee who was hired at the Kellogg Health Sciences Library. The photographs show Brian Smith (shelver); Savalith Sayarath; Johanna Cromwell; Khampraseuth Sayarath (son of Savalith Sayarath); and Boun-om Sayarath (wife of Savalith Sayarath).
File contains a composite photograph of Delta Gamma members in 1919. The photographs consists of portraits of Laura Blenkinsop (Truro); Ottalie Caddell MacAloney; Mary Dickson (Montreal); Jean Tattrie (Mrs. E. D. Haliburton, Halifax); Brenda MacDonald Clarke (Mrs. E. Clarke, Haverhill, Massachusetts); Elsie Campbell MacAloney; Anna Gunn Fraser (Mrs. J. P. C. Fraser); Lois Smith; and Frances Lewis; and other unidentified students arranged within the number 19.
File contains photographs of Wally Kazakowski (item 13); Peter Lamothe (Ebo) (item 15); Ray Williams (item 16); Terry Yougn (item 17); Guildford (item 32); Bob Fagan (item 39); Eric Haughn (item 42); Chris Buckle (item 49); Chris Jackson (item 50); Pierre Page (items 62, 63); and Earl Theriault (item 66). - Photographs taken by Tom Mooney (items 1, 11, 23, 38, 46, 68, 75, 79); H. Morris (items 2, 42, 46); Bill Jensen (items 4, 62, 63, 72, 74, 78, 80, 81, 83); Jensen Foto (item 10); Bob Steele (item 16); Grandy (items 18, 51); Ken Lee (items 19, 24); Steve Jones (item 21); K. MacKay (item 22); Jensen (items 25, 27, 30, 40, 41); Robert Fulton (items 28, 64, 73); B. Jeffries (item 32); Mooney (item 33); Tom Higgins (item 52); Walsh (item 53); [DeLones?] (item 55); [Posnak?] (item 57); Don Pugsley (item 58); and Ron Skinner (item 71). - items 59 and 84 are now in file 28.10 (11x14 - 2 b&w prints).
Item is an engraving of George Munro, benefactor of Dalhousie University. The engraving is probably a reproduction of an Arthur Lismer illustration commissioned for One hundred years of Dalhousie, 1818–1918 (1920).
File contains photographs taken during spring convocation at Dalhousie University in 1926. The photographs show graduates, faculty, and dignitaries lined up outside the ceremony or standing in front of buildings.
File contains photographs of Dr. Stanley (items 1-2); Muriel Woodbury (item 2); H. A. MacDonald (item 2); Mrs. Stanley (item 2); Tom Coffin (items 1-2); W.E. Woodbury (item 2); Angus L. MacDonald (item 1); Major Rofer (item 1); and A. Stanley Walker (item 1).
File contains photographs of Grattar O'Leary (item 6); W.O. Douglas (item 6); Charles Jost Burchell (item 6); A.L. Goodhart (item 6); and F.R. Scott (item 6). - Photographs taken by Dave Thomas (items 1-5, 7-10) and Tom Martin (item 6).
File contains photographs of people who received honorary degrees from Dalhousie University in 1984. The people include H.J.M. Barnett; C. Lavele Drake; Gordon M. MacNabb; J.L.I. Edwards; Gwendolen Carter; John Crosbie; Murray Rankin; and Willard S. Boyle. The photographs are all headshots.
Item is a photograph of Margaret MacLellan; Jean McLean; Fillis Boak; Gladys Sibley; Helen Armitrage (President); Edith Henderson; Kathleen Allen; and Edith Chisholm sitting or standing and wearing black robes.
File contains a photograph of Norman MacKenzie from the Faculty of Law. Norman MacKenzie earned a BA in 1921 and an LLB in 1923. He was called to the Bar of Nova Scotia in 1926. He earned an LLD in 1953.