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Greeting card from J. Philip Dumaresq & Associates

Item is a Christmas and New Year card from J. Philip Dumaresq & Associates Architects, Engineers & Planners of Halifax, Nova Scotia. The front of the card features a drawing of the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building at Dalhousie University, the Centennial Confederation project for the Province of Nova Scotia.

Photograph of A. E. Kerr, C. D. Howe, and others on stage

Item is a photograph taken at the cornerstone laying ceremony of the Sir James Dunn Science Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows President A. E. Kerr, C. D. Howe, Lord Adrian, an unidentified man, Sir Edward Appleton, and Dean W. J. Archibald in sitting in a row on a small stage. Kerr is speaking at a microphone.

Cochrane, Harry A.

Photograph of A. E. Kerr, Lady Dunn, and others at the cornerstone laying of the Sir James Dunn Science Building

Item is a photograph taken at the cornerstone laying ceremony of the Sir James Dunn Science Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows Lieutenant Governor E. C. Plow, President A. E. Kerr, C. D. Howe, Lady Dunn, and others standing with the university mace.

Thomas, Dave

Photograph of A.E. Kerr, Lady Dunn, and others

Item is a photograph of people at the sod-turning ceremony for the Sir James Dunn Science Building in 1957. Photograph shows (from left to right) an unidentified man; and unidentified woman; A.E. Kerr, Dalhousie University President; Lady Dunn (Beaverbrook); and C.D. Howe, Chancellor of Dalhousie.

Cochrane, Harry A.

Photograph of Archbishop Worrell giving an invocation

Item is a photograph of Archbishop Worrell giving an invocation at the laying of the cornerstone of the public archives building. The photograph shows Rear Admiral Sir Cyril Fuller; Hon. J. C. Lory; Hon. E. N. Rhodes; Archbishop Worrell; J. McG. Stewart; Flag Lt. Eveleigh; Lt. Col. Almon; and President A. S. MacKenzie standing in two rows on a stage in front of guests.
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