File contains photographs of E. Smith (items 1, 2); Brian Hall (items 1, 2); M.L. Cameron (items 1, 2); Buchannon (items 1, 2); H.H. McNeill (items 1, 2); W. A. MacKay (items 1, 2); Henry Hicks (items 3, 4); Guy R. McLean (items 3, 4); A. Peter Ruderman (items 3, 4); Dean MacKay (item 5); G. R. MacLean (item 5); C.B. Stewart (item 5); J. D. McLean (item 5); R. M. MacDonald (item 5); and H.B.S. Cooke (item 5). - Photographs taken by Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited (items 3-5).
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 Dalhousie University president Henry Hicks and two of his secretaries, Alice Moore and H. Lola Henry. The photographs show Moore and Henry sitting at their desks or working with Hicks.
File contains photographs taken during convocation ceremonies at Dalhousie University in 1980. The photographs show Dr. Henry D. Hicks either receiving or presenting an honorary degree; Hicks on stage during a ceremony; and people singing on stage during a ceremony.
File contains a photograph from a fall convocation at Dalhousie University in 1979. The photograph shows Maurice Van Vliet, Henry Hicks, Lieutenant governor Shaffner, Joyce Robinson, and Hugh Noble standing together. Four of them are wearing academic dress.
Item is a photograph of Dr. Henry D. Hicks at a convocation ceremony at Dalhousie University in 1975. Hicks is wearing academic dress. The photograph is covered by a piece of translucent paper with measurements written on it.
File contains photographs taken during convocation ceremonies at Dalhousie University in 1973. One photograph shows Dean Gray, Dr. Francis Norman Hughes, Dr. Henry Hicks, and another person at the arts and science convocation ceremony. The other photograph shows Dr. Laurence Cecil Bartlett Gower receiving an honorary degree from Henry Hicks at the law convocation ceremony.
Item is a photograph of Jean Margaret Laurence being presented an honorary doctorate of laws by Dalhousie University president Dr. Henry Hicks. The photograph was taken at a convocation ceremony on May 12, 1972.
File contains photographs of H. Lola Henry, secretary to the president at Dalhousie University. The photographs show Henry receiving an honorary degree from Henry Hicks at a convocation in 1968; Henry sitting at a desk with a pen and paper; and Henry sitting at a desk with a typewriter.
File contains photographs taken at a retirement party for Henry Hicks, former Dalhousie president. The photographs show Henry Hicks, Gene Hicks, and other unidentified guests. Some of the guests may be Hicks' children.
File contains photographs taken at the opening convocation of the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building at Dalhousie University. The photographs show the 19th Earl of Dalhousie, The Queen Mother, Robert L. Stanfield, Henry Hicks, and other unidentified attendees on stage in academic dress.
File contains photographs taken during the opening of the Student Union Building at Dalhousie University and other events. The photographs include photographs of Henry Hicks; Premier G. I. Smith; Lieutenant-Governor Victor deB. Oland; a tiger with its handler; other attendees at the opening of the SUB; members of the International Students' Association in international dress at an event called IntroDal; and the campus bookstore.
File contains photograph taken during the construction and opening of the Student Union Building at Dalhousie University. The photographs include a drawing of the building; exterior shots of the building under construction; Dennis Ashworth, Henry Hicks, and Donald McInnes at the Student Union Building construction site; a metal animal sculpture; and the Dalhousie Student Union's mascot for the opening.
File contains photographs taken at the opening of the Weldon Law Building at Dalhousie University, including the unveiling of a plaque in honour of Sir James Dunn and the dedication of the Sir James Dunn Law Library. The photographs show Lady Beaverbrook, Henry Hicks, Horace Read, and other guests.