File contains photographs of the exterior of the University Club at Dalhousie University, previously known as the Arts Building, then the Law School. The photographs show the front and sides of the building.
File contains eight photographs taken in the Sir James Dunn Law Library in the Weldon Law Building at Dalhousie University. The photographs show various rooms and areas in the library and people working or reading in the library. Some of the photos were taken for an issue of Ansul.
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.
View of a mining site not long after clearing has taken place. Tree stumps and logs litter the area. Two men on wagons appear in an area where rails are being laid. Two small flat cars appear at centre as well as a number of small buildings. Envelope annotated: "Mining #3" and "wet". A print of the plate is included
Three stores on the corner of Provost Street, with signs reading: "House Furnishings", "Crockery, China." and "All kinds of fancy goods, sm… 5 c. - 10 c. & 15 c. Store". Around the corner and on the side of the third store there is a sign reading: "Household furnishings of all kinds at lowest prices. Crockery, china and aluminum ware.". The side window is inscribed: "McLellan's Ltd."; a "No Parking" sign is attached to that side of the buildings. Print copy is also available: PC-2-334-23
Row of commercial buildings identified on the envelope as possibly Provost St. in New Glasgow. The central building, which shows 1907 as the date of construction, houses two companies named: "H. H. Heckman" and "McCullough & Co.". On the left is the partial building whose occupants names are partially visible as: "…on R. Fraser Dentist" and "… Blackett". On the right is the office of the "Western Telegraph and Cable Office". A man's bicycle is parked on the nearside of the road
Interior view looking the length of the Eastern Car Co. Ltd. production plant. A number of workmen, machinery and equipment can be seen. In the centre one piece of equipment is marked: "Cincinnati Hydro"
Interior view looking the length of the Eastern Car Co. Ltd. production plant. A number of workmen, some machinery and equipment can be seen. Across the centre is a steel beam and pulley marked: "Shaw 10 Ton Crane"
Interior view looking at part of the Eastern Car Co. Ltd. production plant. A rail line runs along the centre. Several workmen are standing in the area. Some equipment and piles of filings can be seen. Across the centre is a steel beam and pulley marked: "30 Ton Northern"
View of the front of a house with two dormer windows and a peaked section above the front door. Trees have been recently planted, and a picket fence added. An earlier view is shown on plate: PC-2-318-29
View of a building identified on the envelope as belonging to: "C. M. Cameron Sleigh & Carriage Maker". Four carriages are parked outside, and four men are standing there. Three other buildings are partially visible. Print copy is available: PC-2-333-29
Three-storey commercial building in which the windows and doors have rounded tops. Seven men are standing outside, it, six of whom are wearing top hats, the seventh is wearing a bowler hat. This building is also depicted on plate: PC-2-318-49
Street scene showing a building with the name: "Dominion House" above the door, a church identified as: "James House" on the envelope, and two unidentified houses in the distance. Print copy is available: PC-2-333-5
Street scene showing stores identified as R. Lynagh Cabinet Maker and Furniture Store, Hugh J. Cameron, and John McP. Fraser. Five men, all wearing hats, are standing in doorways. Print copy is available: PC-2-333-22
Street scene showing the stores on both sides. The sign on one reads: "Stove - Stove Pipe & Tinware". Print copy is available: PC-2-333-25. Note: print is annotated: "Westville, South Main St.", differing from the designation on the original envelope
The dairy building with six vehicles and their drivers in front of it. One of the vehicles is an ice cream cart and is drawn by a horse. A large advert is painted on the wall promoting Picoda products. Negatives also available: PC-2-300-105 and: PC-2-335-11
Commercial building with the sign: "J. W. Cumming M'F'G Co. Ltd. Structural Steel Dep't. above the large end door. Four men are standing outside that end, and two are standing in a smaller doorway on one side, outside which a truck is parked
Store front featuring McCulloch's Sport Shop with a window on each side of the entrance. In one window is a sign reading: R. M. Benvie, R. O. Eyesight Specialist". The sign for "Waldren's Photo Studio is reflected in the other window. On a door to one side are signs for: "General Finance Eastern Limited", "Mutual Life" and "Samuel's Furrier", and a reflection reading: "Dominion"
Provost Street in New Glasgow showing a row of connected buildings which house several stores on the lower level and the balcony and accommodation of the Glasgow Hotel on the upper. Several dormer windows line the roof. The end store belongs to J. Fraser Downie. The lower entrance to the hotel is next door. Several people wearing hats are standing on the balcony, and several are standing on the street and sidewalk near the corner where merchandise is displayed. Negative is available: PC-2-318-55
Street scene showing stores identified as R. Lynagh Cabinet Maker and Furniture Store, Hugh J. Cameron, and John McP. Fraser. Five men, all wearing hats, are standing in doorways. Negative is available: PC-2-318-60
View of a hotel identified by a sign as: "American House". A women is standing in a doorway to an upper balcony; three men are standing on the porch below it. Attached is a fenced yard identified by a crescent-shaped sign as a: "Livery Stable". Two other men are standing across the street. Three other buildings are partially visible. Negative is available: PC-2-318-46