Item is a photograph of the library in the Law Building, which is now known as the University Club. The photograph was taken from a vantage point overlooking the entire library from above. There are students working at tables in the library. The photograph was taken by Wright.
Item consists of two copies of a photograph taken during the opening ceremony of the Weldon Law Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows Lady Beaverbrook standing by a plaque in honour o Sir James Dunn, which is still covered by a curtain.
Item consists of two copies of a photograph taken during the opening ceremony of the Weldon Law Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows Lady Beaverbrook standing by a plaque in honour of Sir James Dunn. The curtain covering the plaque has been pulled back.
Item is a photograph of four Dalhousie law students wearing barrister's robes. Two of them are shaking hands. The photograph was taken during the presentation of two silver shield awards at the Dalhousie Law School.
Item is a photograph of Henry Hicks and Dalhousie Law School professors digging with a shovel at an outdoor ceremony. Photograph shows (from left to right): R. St. John MacDonald, Dean of Law at Dalhousie from 1972 to 1979; Morris; John Willis, Dalhousie Law professor; an unidentified man; and Henry Hicks, Dalhousie University President.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1936 graduating class and faculty of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law. The photograph consists of portraits of G. H. Crouse; J. Willis; J. A. Walker; J. F. Curtis; C. W. Stanley (President); V. C. MacDonald (Dean); F. H. Jones; J. E. Rutledge; C. J. Burchell; H. Webber; J. H. Celeveland; R. J. Batt; J. W. Godfrey; W. F. Armstrong; C. D. W. Rowlings; G. L. Smith; W. F. Carroll; M. Siegel; J. E. Richardson; Merle Purtill; C. F. Bentley; J. E. Godwin; C. A. Manning; M. G. Anderson; J. R. H. Sutherland; M. J. Hinthey; G. C. Thompson; A. J. Meagher; J. C. Pink; R. R. McIntyre; A. B. Rarmsay; D. F. Bentley; R. F. McLellan; J. K. Oldfield; H. Webber; and A. W. Smith arranged around a photograph of the Forrest Building.
File contains two copies of a photograph of the 1970-1971 first year class of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law. This photograph includes students with last names A-L. The photograph shows portraits of Roy S. Abraham; Michael T. Abrams; William J. Algie; Darlene Allems; Donald F. Angevine; Robert G. Baldock; Stephen Becher; Renzo Belluz; Ruben Benmergui; Malcolm Bennett; Mark L. Berens; Donald P. Best; George P. Bishop; Douglas G. Blackwell; Henry Board; Stanley F. Bogucki; Paul Borrelli; Peter L. Bortolussi; Allan D. Brock; Ernest J. Brown; Charles R. Buck; Michael J. Bukovac; Gerald B. Burdett; Bruce E. Bussin; Michael C. Cascone; Richard Caskie; Peter D. Christian; Colin M. Cockburn; Albert H. Cohen; Thomas M. Conway; Victoria M. Cox; Gordon Cudmore; Thomas A. D'Angelo; Glenn J. Daniels; Marija Daniliunas; Roger A. D'Hondt; Gregory M. Dickenson; William Bruce Donnelly; Garth Drabinsky; David Drinkwater; Bruce Dyer; Richard J. Ely; William James Emmerton; Marie E. Ferguson; Ian G. Findlay; Eric M. Fonberg; Robert E. Forbes; John Forsyth; Brian A. Foster; James P. Fox; David G. Francis; Jeffrey E. Friedman; Gertie Fuchs; Gregory W. Gee; Marvin S. Geist; Douglas A. Giller; Connie Giller; David R. Hamilton; Daniel L. Harrington; Peter E. Harvey; Robert J. Heffron; John B. Hill; John C. Holland; Brian N. Howe; Paul M. Huckins; Constance H. Hueston; Guy A. Hurtubise; Lawrence Innanon; Cullen F. Johnson; James M. Kierans; Gerald W. Kinasz; Marlene I. King; Paul D. J. Kiteley; Paul E. Knill; Allan W. Kogon; Thomas Kolin; George P. Koroloff; George P. Krusell; Randall W. Lalande; Thomas H. Lawrason; Jeffrey Lawrence; Daryl Leberg; Robert L. Lenoir; and Donald W. Leschied which are mounted on a wall with photo corners and arranged in seven rows.
File contains two copies of a photograph of the 1970-1971 second year class of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law. The photograph shows portraits of David R. Aston; Kenneth D. Atkinson; William Baker; Terrence Belanger; Stephen Bellingham; Lawrence A. Bertuzzi; Douglas Best; Bruce Blake; L. A. Bottos; Peter E. Brent; James C. Brown; James M. Brown; Neil R. Burgess; Donald S. Campbell; R. Lynn Campbell; John F. Casey; Douglas P. Cassino; A. Ciccone; Richard A. Coad; T. J. Collier; John W. Cooper; Murray L. Coulter; James S. Cowan; Stephen R. Dattels; David B. Daubney; Paul R. Davidson; Ronald C. Delanghe; Kenneth A. Devereux; Richard Dewsnap; A. M. Dicecco; Dennis A. Dowker; Patrick A. Duco; Daphne A. Dukelow; Edward L. Elwood; Robert J. Falkins; Brian R. Farmer; Zygmunt J. Fenik; Harold Fink; Linda D. Fowler; Samuel A. Garretto; Rene Gasparatto; John E. G. Gilgan; Cameron C. Godden; D. C. Goold; John P. Gorman; Richard F. Grant; Robert D. Grant; John J. Griggs; John R. Gustavson; Richard A. Halabisky; Robert O. Hall; Mary J. Hatton; Ralph W. Hayman; William Heelis; David G. Hiltz; Richard A. Humphry; Thomas L. James; Keith M. Jones; Jim Keeling; Paul E. Kennedy; Peter G. Kennedy; Richard R. Ketcheson; Kenneth W. Koprowski; Colin G. Lazier; Mike Lerner; Alan A. Liston; Frank Liebeck; Randall A. Longfield; Alice A. Lougheed; Alan J. Luftspring; Duncan F. MacDonell; Donald G. MacIntosh; Patrick H. MacIssac; Robert C. McGillen; Daniel J. McNamara; Alan S. Manson; James J. Marshman; Duncan R. Miller; William J. Miller; Randolph D. Mills; Kenneth C. Morlock; John E. Morris; Joseph M. Nagy; Jerry M. Nesker; James R. O'Donnell; William S. Painter; Mary F. Poile; Laurence D. Pringle; Martin J. Prost; Paul A. Reeder; John G. Reid; Roy C. Robertson; Glenn D. Sacks; Gregory Ste. Marie; Andrieno Sartor; Joseph Servos; Richard K. Simpson; Clarke G. Smith; Michael F. Smith; Robert C. Snyder; Guy S. Somers; David Spicer; Robert C. Stevens; Robert Stikeman; John D. Stirling; John J. Stoesser; Richard B. Strype; John T. Teal; Robert Thompson; Thomas C. Uren; Robert G. Waters; Alan E. Wheable; David M. Whellams; Nicholas R. White; Paul C. Williams; Kent Woodruff; Robert Wynne; and Irving Yaverbaum which are mounted on a wall with photo corners and arranged in ten rows.
Item is a photograph of the 1971-1972 first year class of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law. This photograph includes students with last names A-L. The photograph shows portraits of Cavan B. Acheson; Guiseppe Agostino; Laurie R. Albertini; William R. Allan; Kenneth Andersonl; Marilyn S. Appel; Mary L. Armour; Joseph J. Arvay; Sukhdev S. Aujla; Richard A. Bailey; James T. Bartram; Brian D. Batchelar; William G. Beatty; Henry Berg; Robert R. Berry; Douglas W. Blair; Thomas H. Boeckner; Alexander Bolotenko; Fausto P. Boniferro; Peter L. Bortolussi; Ian M. Boundy; Sally Bowslaugh; David B. Braund; Melvin H. Brown; Peter F. Burnet; Leo A. Butkus; Anne M. Carere; David G. Carr; Peter J. Cavanagh; Gordon R. Chapman; John R. Collins; Ottavio Colosimo; Patrick R. Corless; David C. Coveny; David L. Crone; Douglas C. Crozier; Jeffrey L. Cummings; Albert L. Cunningham; Derek Danielson; William J. David; Alan P. Dean; Earlda E. Denny; Frank De Santis; Jane H. Devlin; Daniel J. Dunlop; Steven C. Dunn; Michael Eisenstein; Peter Elliott; Hilde M. English; John M. Faris; Elizabeth A. Farrell; Gary E. Flaxbard; Barry A. Fox; Allan M. Freedman; Robert T. Furlonger; Nicklolas W. Fursman; George I. Gauld; Larry H. Gilbertson; Stephen B. Ginsberg; Larry N. Ginsler; Jeffrey C. Goldberg; Terence Good; Douglas A. Goslin; Susan M. Gracie; Robert B. Gray; Glenn A. Hainey; David M. Harley; William D. Harrow; David P. Harvey; Michael F. Head; Mark R. Higgins; Larry A. Hipfner; Phyllis V. Holmes; John G. Howe; Ernest L. Huckerby; Keith D. Huculak; Michael D. Ingle; James A. Ingram; Robert H. Innes; David J. Jackson; Gordon L. James; Robert S. Johns; Gordon R. Johnson; Stephen D. Johnson; Frederick G. Jones; Martin R. Kaplan; Patrick B. Keaney; Harry G. Keenan; Paul J. Kilby; Timothy J. King; Gregory J. Kinlin; Frances P. Kiteley; Maria A. Kukovica; Michael L. Lamont; Gary J. Lax which are mounted on a wall with photo corners and arranged in eight rows. One photograph is missing from the sixth row.
Item is a photograph of the 1973-1974 first year class of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law. This photograph includes students with last names L-W. The photograph shows portraits of Pierre B. Lebel; Terrence T. Leon; Mark L. Lewis; James D. Linton; Jospeh M. Linzner; David Lipson; John M. Litterick; John C. Little; Brian McCall; Gordon R. McClellan; Ronald J. McCloskey; Bronwyn H. McIntyre; Mary R. McKay; Paul E. Mallon; Dawn C. Maruno; Edward Masters; Peter Mercer; Susan E. Merritt; Yvonne Meyer; R. Bruce Mitchell; Frank P. Monteleone; Frederick Morris; Michael J. Morris; Kenneth L. Moss; Daniel J. Mulligan; Margaret K. Munn; Archibald Nesbitt; Elizabeth O'Donahue; Douglas L. Owens; John A. Paton; Gaylanne Phelan; Jeffrey Phillips; James H. Pratt; Barbara G. Prest; Walter A. Pylypchuk; Andrew J. Raven; Douglas Reeves; John A. Renwick; Gerald A. Richardson; John S. Rimmer; Margaret Rintoul; Robert E. Robertson; William R. Roelofson; Lenore R. Rowntree; Blair Russell; Geoffrey Salmon; John H. Saunders; Glenn I. Sawyer; Grant W. Schafrer; Johannes W. Schiel; Linda A. Seguin; Walter Sehr; E. Anthony Seth; James Shanks; Mark Shields; Ryszard Skibinski; Stewart F. Sklar; James N. Smith; Joseph Sommerfreund; Michael A. Spears; Sheldon Spring; John Sproat; Cheryl Starr; Samuel J. Steiner; Robert Stewart; Blair S. Taylor; Graham Taylor; Terry W. Thompson; Donald A. Thomson; Barbara S. Topping; George Vella; Hajo N. Versteeg; David J. Walerstein; Jack T. Walinga; Brian Ward; Isabel Weeks; Elizabeth J. Wier; Robert G. Weppler; Roger West; Robert White; David J. Whitelaw; Ronald G. Willis; William Wraight; and Frances B. Wright which are mounted on a wall with photo corners and arranged in eight rows.
File contains three copies of a composite photograph of the 1979 graduating class of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law. The photograph consists of portraits of H. A. Anderson; J. P. Dipersio; T. Hart; D. B. Hyndman; M. C. Jones; J. Keller; J. Kuhnreich; S. J. Lamont; J. C. MacIntosh; A. C. MacLean; C. M. Mills; E. M. Myers; Norman, R. R.ble, John Duncan; M. B. O'Connell; L. M. Walsh; J. J. White; R. D. LeBlanc; W. M. Leahey; E. J. Cardwell; N. G. LeTalik; D. H. Martin; M. H. McGrath; R. V. Penny; M. A. Burke; P. J. Duncan; M. J. MacNeil; J. B. Glube; B. J. Milbrath; R. A. Neufield; A. D. MacNeill; I. E. MacEachern; A. G. Sinclair; G. G. MacAuley; R. J. Newton; R. A. McConnell; B. P. O'Rourke; D. N. Ross; T. W. Bardsley; S. O. MacBeath; R. A. Withers; J. P. Lappin; A. L. Bishop; R. E. Simmonds; U. B. Kluge; K. .C. Johnston; D. C. Melnick; R. F. Wagner; K. N. Langley; L. J. Jacques; K. P. Evans; B. R. Bell; B. F. Maltman; C. B. Charbonneau; G. M. Gass; B. E. Hubley; S. H. Marshall; P. B. Michael; J. D. Hurst; C. B. Jay; D. G. Sword; R. C. Culton; D. Sullivan; P. M. Cusack; I. N. Davis; A. W. Brown; D. J. MacDonald; M. A. Kontak; S. E. Milne; G. R. Rankin; J. W. Fitt; K. O. Thomas; J. W. MacFadgen; R. I. Colcott; G. P. Reimer; R. A. MacGillivray; A. D. Brands; S. D. Abbass; J. S. T. Pitzul; C. E. Young; A. T. Tufts; R. C. Fleming; R. Barrington; R. F. P. Merchant; D. S. Frazer; M. D. Gates; T. F. Beasley; D. R. Miller; N. F. McMahon; P. B. Miller; L. I. O'Neil; M. L. J. Edwards; J. H. Cutherbertson; K. R. Evans; K. A. Heckman; D. R. R. MacNaught; K. L. Oliver; B. L. Howard; J. B. Pachai; M. F. Boland; L. P. Thayer; N. K. Neima; R. C. Baker; J. H. Gillis; J. G. Proudfoot; P. B. Temple; E. P. Groody; M. E. O'Neil; D. L. Dalton; G. L. Graham; R. Scott; E. G. Ehrhardt; T. C. Arsenault; H. L. Foote; I. D. Logan; B. S. Penick; J. P. Benson; C. A. A. Soward; J. M. M. Arbour; S. V. Pitt; G. E. G. Manthorne; T. L. Roane; K. J. Humphries; D. B. Orsborn; G. Harding; J. A. Gass; W. J. MacMillan; G. A. Clark; M. C. Chisholm; M. E. Foley; J. Wouk; A. A. Frangoulis; D. L. M. Wiseman; J. H. Morris; C. E. Sparks; T. L. McDorman; S. C. Jones; W. B. C. Bailey; W. P. Thomson; L. C. Webber; L. Hjartarson; D. C. Dingwall; S. A. Austin; N. A. Pitas; A. Bigue; J. M. MacDonald; J. C. Floyd; M. J. LeBlanc; B. H. Mitchell; A. E. Lidstone; W. J. Chisholm; E. S. Meltzer; and R. B. Barber arranged in nine rows.
Item is a panoramic photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law convocation in 1952. The photograph was used by Ansul in their "First Special Issue." The photograph is a smaller copy of print: PC1 34.67.13 (A96).
File contains a composite photograph of the Dalhousie Law School class of 1982. The photograph consists of portraits of John Angel; William Crosbie; Michael Maddalena; John Logan; Brian Downie; Dianna Lackey; Geoff Saunders; Lloyd Robbins; Kim Richardson; Andrew Graham; Rita Quesnelle; Mary J. McGinty; Douglas Sealy; Robert Camichael; Nancy Jenkinson; Robert Riteman; Charles Dunphy; Solveig Schuster; Jay Abbass; Anne Carrodus; Lynn Twigger; Christopher Correia; Nigel Allan; Winston Cole; Stephen Densmore; David Bulger; Mike Wood; Wyman Webb; Freeman Sheppard; Nola Keeler; Douglas Watters; Susan Cleary; Ronald Lacey; Megan Farquhar; Craig Garson; John MacEwen; John Doherty; Stephen Barley; Michael Abercrombie; Glen MacDougall; Michael Power; Toshimi Ando; Nancy Murray; Donna Laing; Janice Beals; Clare Barry; James Brydon; Lois Hoegg; Howard MacKichan; Tim Gabriel; Michael Feindel; Chuck Piercey; Dianne Pothier; Paul Burns Scovil; Lance Woolaver; Joan Dawkins; Srini Pillay; Irwin Hirsch; James MacKay; Gerald Barnable; Daniel Simmons; Ernest MacArthur; Richard Pearson; Steven Waller; Neil Bell; Glen Dexter; Joanne Bourinot; W. H. "Bill" Charles, Esquire (Dean, School of Law); Paul Thomas, Esquire (Assistant Dean, School of Law); Bonnie Moon; Dan Baker; Andras Vamos-Goldman; Shawn Brown; David Miller; Susan Bottern; Jamie Campbell; Jeffrey Hollaman; James K. Kean; Leslie Leverman; Shauna Sullivan; Donald Robertson; John Maynard; Aidan Beresford; Robert Lehodey; Andreas Thomas; Ian MacKay; Kenneth Godfrey; Mark David; Peter Markus; Hilary Whitney; Adrian Wright; Wendy Johnston; Mara Crassweller; Philip Chapman; Kathryn Racine; David Fisher; Sheila Cameron; Charles MacKenzie; Burt McCann; Jennie Donnelly; Linda Rankin; Linda Tippett; Jeffrey Morris; Peter Willcock; Patricia Nicoll; Gragory Auld; Bruce Cooper; Lynn Henry; Gregory Crosby; David Bruce Clarke; Matthew Napier; George Smith; Peter Coulthard; Margaret Pyne; Scott Gray; William Guinan; Vincent Gillis; Mary Karen Bailey; Kerry Harnish; Brendan Curley; Bradford Wicks; Wayne Gorman; Terri Deller; Joseph Rizzetto; and Valerie Vaughan arranged in several rows.
File contains a photographic collage and a transparency of of section B of the Dalhousie Faculty of Law in 1982-1983. The collage consists of photographs of Gita Anand; Heather Boyd; Nan Brooks; Darrell Brown; Sheila Bruce; Ross Byrne; Brent Childs; Ronald Chisholm; Brenda Christen; Kevin Gault; Edward Gores; Robert Dunn; Duncan Gosnell; Pam Goulding; Isabel Grant; Bernie Hogan; Cheryl Holden; Jim Igloliorte; Joanne Johnston; Jawad Kassab; Karen Kinley; Annemarie Koch; David Kornhouser; Eric LeDrew; Jud Levinson; Kirk Lyonde; Jim MacAulay; Kevin MacLean; Brian MacNeil; Peter McElhaney; Janet McMurtry; John Meaney; Valerie Miller; Judy Neil; Karen Oldfield; John O'Neill; Scott Peacock; Brenda Picard; Martin Pollock; Kathryn Raymond; Carol Reesor; Ralph Ripley; Susannah Rowley; Samy Salloum; Laurie Sayer-Smith; Norma Scott; Dave Steeves; Marji Taylor; Michael Tweel; Peter Ward; Wayne Wolfe; and Roy Dickey. Each person is holding up a sign with their name and there is also a name tag attached to each photograph.
Item is a photograph of buildings along Brunkswick Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, across the street from the citadel. The buildings include the former Halifax High School, which was also the first home of the Dalhousie Law School.
Item is a photograph of the Law Basketball Team Interfaculty Champions 1924-25. The photograph shows D. McInnes (Guard); P.R.H. Barry (Manager); W.A. Richardson (Forward); C.R. Coughlan (Guard); G.M. Morrison (Forward); R. Gushue (Captain, Centre); R.L. Snodgrass (Forward); and R. Moore (Forward) sitting or standing in two rows.
Fonds consists of a typescript of law lectures given by George F. Curtis at Dalhousie University in January 1939. Fonds also contains correspondence pertaining to meetings held in 1945 in the Maritimes and British Columbia to discuss the establishment of a world court for permanent peace.
Item is a photograph taken during the opening ceremony of the Weldon Law Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows Horace Read, Vice-President and former Dean of the Dalhousie Law School, addressing guests at the ceremony. Lady Beaverbrook and Henry Hicks are seated next to him.
Item consists of two copies of a photograph taken during the opening ceremony of the Weldon Law Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows Henry Hicks and Lady Beaverbrook standing next to a plaque in honour of Sir James Dunn.
Fonds includes records related to the Community Planning Association of Canada, Dalhousie Law School, Royal Canadian Air Force, personal correspondence, copies of deeds, legal agreements and wills, and printed materials.
Series includes R. Graham Murray's certificate of distinction from Dalhousie Law School; a certificate of appointment as member of the Board of Commissioners of Victoria General Hospital; and a certificate of appointment as vice chairman of the Health Services and Insurance Commission.
This fonds consists of material created by or accumulated by George V.V. Nicholls. Records include correspondence, Nicholls and Van Vliet family estates and wills, course material from classes taught by Nicholls at Dalhousie’s Law School and Queen’s University, meeting minutes from professional associations, Dalhousie and community committees and clubs that Nicholls was involved with, some photographs and drafts and published legal journal articles and essays written by Nicholls.
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.
Item consists of two copies of a photograph taken during the opening ceremony of the Weldon Law Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows Lady Beaverbrook standing next to a plaque in honour of Sir James Dunn, which she has just unveiled.
Item consists of two copies of a photograph taken during the opening ceremony of the Weldon Law Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows Henry Hicks, Lady Beaverbrook, and Horace Read standing next to a plaque in honour of Sir James Dunn.
Item is a photograph of Dalhousie President Henry Hicks with Dalhousie Law School professors. Photograph shows (from left to right): Morris; an unidentified woman; Henry Hicks, Dalhousie University President; and R. St. John MacDonald, Dean of Law at Dalhousie from 1972 to 1979.