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Photographic collage of the Dalhousie College arts faculty and class of 1891

File contains a photographic collage of the Dalhousie College Arts Faculty and Class of 1891. The collage consists of portraits of faculty members and students arranged in several rows, with the faculty portraits in the centre. The rectangular, circular, or oval portraits are mounted on a painted background. The faculty portraits include John Forrest, J. Liechti, John Johnson, William Lyall, Archibald MacMechan, James De Mille, Charles Macdonald, George Lawson, and others.

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Composite photograph of Dalhousie University faculty

Item is a composite photograph of the faculty of Dalhousie University, possibly from 1889. The photograph consists of portraits of James Liechti, L.H.D. (Professor of Modern Languages, 1865-1906); Rev. William Lyall, LL.D. (Professor of Logic and Psychology 1863-90); Charles Macdonald, M.A. (Professor of Mathematics, 1863-1901); James Seth, M.A. (Professor of Philosophy, 1886-92); Rev. John Forrest, D.D. (Third President, 1885-1911); Archibald MacMechan, B.A., Ph.D., LL.D., F.R.S.C. (Professor of English, 1889-1932); John Johnson, M.A., LL.D. (Professor of Classics, 1863-94); W. J. Alexander, Ph.D. (Professor of English, 1884-1889); J. Gordon MacGregor, D.Sc., F.R.S. (Professor of Physics, 1879-1901); and George Lawson, Ph.D. (Professor of Chemistry, 1863-95) arranged in three rows on a plain background. The photograph was a gift from Dr. F. J. A. McKitrick on February 2, 1951. The item is a later copy of the original photograph.

Photographic collage of the Dalhousie College faculty, graduates and students of 1869-1870

File contains a photographic collage of the faculty, graduates, and students of Dalhousie University in the 1869-1870 academic year. The item consists of portraits of Walter M. Thorburn; A. W. H. Lindsay; John Wallace; Hugh McD. Scott; James Liechti; James DeMill (De Mille); John Johnson; Charles MacDonald; William Lyall; James Ross; and George Lawson arranged around a photograph of the Dalhousie College building and a group picture of the college's students.

Notman Studio