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Composite Photograph of the Faculty of Medicine - Class of 1935

File is a composite photograph the Dalhousie Faculty of Medicine Class of 1935. Photograph includes 35 individual portraits with three photographs of Dalhousie Buildings. Composite photograph includes portraits: Samuel Johnson Fairstein, John Howard Buntain, Gordon Louis Silver, Douglas Kerr Murray, Harrie Handler, Gerald Pope Tanton, Harold Jack Davidson, Frederick Lawson Whitehead, Leonard Gilbert Holland, Gabriel Boudreau, David Paul Wollowick, Hugh Allan Collins, Eric MacLean Found, Peter Darling Crynock, Dr. Robert Evatt Mathers, Fred Henry Wigmore, Dr. R. P. Smith, Dr. Cecil Edwin Kinley, Dr. Harold Benge Atlee, Dr. Kenneth Alexander MacKenzie, Dr. J.G. MacDougall, Dr. H.K. MacDonald, Dr. E.K. MacLellan, Wilfred Howard Drover, Dr. W. Alan Curry, Dr. G.H. Murphy, Dr. Carleton Wellesley Stanley, Dr. Harry Goudge Grant, Dr. N.B. Dreger, Dr. J. Cameron, George William Anderson Keddy, Kenneth William MacKenzie, Charles Harold Lamont Baker, Theodore Clare Chalmers Sodero, and Theodore Markovits.

Portrait and biography of Harry Goudge Grant [1889-1954]

File is a portrait with biography of Harry Goudge Grant.
Accompanying text: Dean of the Faculty of Medicine. Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S.
HARRY GOUDGE GRANT, M.D., C.M., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.,
Dr. Harry Goudge Grant was born in Halifax on June 25, 1889. After preparatory schooling in that city, he entered Dalhousie University, graduating M.D., C.M., in 1912. Post-graduate study prior to settling in Halifax in 1920. A keen interest in Public Health, with which he keeps in touch as Professor of Preventive Medicine, took him to Virginia in 1925. There he remained in charge of County Health work until appoint to his present post in 1932. Dr. rant is currently President of the Association of Canadian Medical Colleges. Died 1954.
Secretary of the Medical Society of Nova Scotia 1933-1954.