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Photograph of speakers at sod-turning ceremony

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

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

Photographs of the Dalhousie University class of 1913

File contains photographs of the Dalhousie University faculty and class of 1913. The photographs include individual portraits of J. B. Dickie; W. A. Grant; F. F. McLellan; D. J. Morrison; W. R. Auld; C. G. Smith; J. D. Irving; L. K. Smith; D. A. Guildford; O. S. McCurdy; S. W. Gray; F. D. Graham; M. Ferguson; A. R. Yeoman; C. A. MacKay; W. S. Irving; C. B. Henry; N. E. MacKay; J. S. MacDonald; M. I. MacIntosh; H. Steeves; J. Fraser; A. L. B. Umlah; M. I. McLeod; M. M. Currie; M. L. Clayton; W. M. Nelson; L. C. MacKinley; H. A. Smith (Class Secretary); V. P. Cunningham; L. B. Campbell; K. E. Allen; C. Crowe; M. W. Nicoll (Class Vice-President); G. D. Floyd; W. M. Billman; G. M. Sibley; K. Morrison; W. A. MacQuarrie; E. H. Milne; H. K. MacMahon; G. M. Lewis; W. S. Irving; R. F. Yeoman; B. C. Salter; F. A. Heffler; J. B. Carson; G. H. Henderson; J. W. MacArthur; A. H. MacKinnon; C. R. Hawkins; R. A. Clemen; J. R. Cornelius; C. G. Sutherland; M. MacNeill (M.A.); C. D. Howe (S.B.); H. L. Bronson (Ph.D.); J. A. Estey (Ph.D); H. P. Jones (Ph.D.); H. Murray (L.L.D.); J. K. Swanson (Class President); R. C. Weldon (Ph.D.); D. S. McIntosh (M.Sc.); E. MacKay (Ph.D); A. MacMechan (Ph.D.); C. L. Moore (M.A.); J. Laird (M.A); R. Magill (Ph.D.); John Forrest (D.D., Ex-President); A. S. MacKenzie (Ph.D., President); and the Dalhousie College Building. The individual photographs were removed from a larger composite.

Photograph of C. D. Howe with unidentified guests at the opening ceremony of the Sir James Dunn Building

Item is a photograph taken at the opening ceremony of the Sir James Dunn Science Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows C. D. Howe shaking hands with an unidentified female guest at the ceremony. They are standing with other unidentified guests.

Martin, Tom

Photographs from the Sir James Dunn Science Building corner stone laying ceremony

File contains photographs taken during the cornerstone laying ceremony of the Sir James Dunn Science Building at Dalhousie University, which took place on October 29, 1958. The photographs show A. E. Kerr; C. D. Howe; Lady Dunn; E. C. Plow; Robert L. Stanfield; Lord Beaverbrook; G. A. Currie; Edward Appleton; Lord Adrian; W. J. Archibald; and others involved in the ceremony. The file also includes a photograph of the trowel used by Lady Dunn to lay the cornerstone.

Panda Photography

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.

Composite photograph of Arts, Science and Engineering Class of 1912

Item is a composite photograph of the 1912 faculty and class of the Dalhousie University faculties of Arts, Science, and Engineering. The photograph consists of portraits of A. S. MacKenzie (President); H. Murray; C. L. Moore; D. S. McIntosh; H. P. Jones; E. MacKay; A. MacMechan; John Forrest (Ex-president); R. Magill; J. A. Estey; M. Macneill; C. D. Howe; H. L. Bronson; R. C. Weldon; D. C. Mackenzie; A. P. MacIver; E. Kerr; D. A. MacMillan; H. P. Smeltzer; W. J. MacLeod; H. A. Bligh; G. L. Keeler; M. R. MacGregor; D. K. Munnis; S. M. Dennis; H. L. Garrett; J. C. Stairs; D. S. Cox; F. H. Toomey; A. L. Murray; N. T. Ashkins; C. G. Marsters; J. M. MacCabe; M. I. Davidson; F. H. Palmer; J. A. MacDonald; J. Messervey; L. M. McKittrick; Georgene Faulkner; E. A. Chisholm; Nora Lantz; M. P. Irving; J. P. McQueen (Class President); A. L. MacLean (Class Secretary); A. I. Rettie; A. K. Dickie (Class Vice President); B. E. Mumford; Fillis Boar; Mabel Magee; F. Collier; W. H. Noonan; D. S. MacIntosh; E. V. Ackhurst; F. E. Heisler; R. E. Day; L. B. MacCurdy; M. B. Henderson; E. M. Blackie; H. W. Doane; G. W. Grant; D. R. Fraser; R. B. Carson; G. K. King; E. S. Smith; W. K. Mackay; Jean Henry; J. K. Murchison; W. R. MacAskill; L. P. Archibald; H. W. Jones; L. W. Colquhoun; R. J. MacKinnon; and J. E. Henry arranged in several rows around a photograph of the Forrest Building.

Climo's Studio

Composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Arts, Science and Engineering class of 1911

Item is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Arts, Science, and Engineering class of 1911. The photograph consists of portraits of A. T. MacKay; L. A. Mylius; M. E. MacLellan; H. P. Bell; E. J. O. Fraser; J. D. Vair; C. A. M. Earle; P. R. Flemming; F. McG. Stewart; B. D. Earle; W. Jr. Mitchell; E. F. Mitchell; E. G. Holder; A. S. MacKenzie; M. D. MacLeod; C. S. Creighton; A. MacLeod; D. M. Collingwood; E. M. Wier; M. C. Outhit; G. S. Stairs; J. A. MacKay; W. A. Ross; H. M. Blois; J. A. Doull; E. W. G. Chapman; K. Leslie; H. C. Gunn; H. D. Armitage; J. A. T. Weatherbee; A. M. James; O. B. Jones; J. H. L. Johnstone; M. J. Ross; G. U. Smith; J. L. Cavanagh; C. H. P. Willistor; J. E. Knowlton; W. B. MacLean; R. A. Neish; H. R. Crichton; I. M. Grant; J. E. MacGregor; C. L. Gass; F. R. Little; A. A. MacKenzie; G. M. Sylvester; T. M. Hibbert; A. D. MacDonald; H. M. Reynolds; E. T. Parker; R. A. Major; J. C. MacDonald; L. E. Brownell; E. MacKay (Ph.D); A. MacMechan (Ph.D.); D. S. McIntosh (M.Sc.); C. D. Howe (S.B.); M. Macneill (M.A.); R. Magill (Ph.D.); H. P. Jones (Ph.D.); H. L. Bronson (Ph.D.); R. C. Weldon (Ph.D.); H. Murray (L.L.D.); C. L. Moore (M.A.); and President John Forrest (D.D., D.C.L., L.L.D.) arranged in several rows with a photograph of the Forrest Building.

Climo's Studio

Photograph of speakers at sod-turning ceremony

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

Cochrane, Harry A.

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.