Item is a composite photograph of the 1922 Dalhousie pharmacy faculty and class. The photograph consists of portraits of A. H. Beaton; S. R. Forbes; A. P. Trask; R. O. Backman; H. MacDonald; B. Colquhoun; H. R. Hersey; R. C. Huestis; J. P. Driscoll; D. R. MacKinnon; E. D. Hines; A. L. Seldon; A. S. MacKenzie (President, Ph.D., F.R.S.E.); G. R. Gilroy; J. R. McFatridge; K. H. Staples; J. B. Melanson; J. I. MacKnight; E. M. McLeod; E. W. Todd (B.A.); M. D. MacDougall; L. L. Henshaw; C. W. Archibald; G. F. Sleggs (B.Sc.); S. R. Balcolm (Lecturer); J. D. Walsh (Lecturer); S. H. Keshen (M.D., C.M.); H. P. Collins; T. B. Horsler; F. A. Morton; D. F. Harris (D.S.C., F.R.S.E. & G.); G. A. Burbidge (Dean); L. C. Rice; and J. F. Curry arranged around a photograph of the Forrest Building and a drawing of a mortar and pestle.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1925 Dalhousie University pharmacy faculty and class. The photograph consists of portraits of E. M. MacLeod (Lecturer); D. S. MacDongald; W. B. Wilson; W. A. MacLeod; R. MacKeen; H. A. Harold; Professor E. W. Todd; G. A. Burbidge (Dean); J. D. Alexander (President); C. G. Fulton; H. P. Bell; G. M. Henderson; G. A. Grant; R. A. Freeman; A. Trask (Lecturer); C. A. Robbins; B. F. MacDonald; A. R. Miller; J. D. Walsh (Lecturer); A. S. MacKenzie (President); T. F. White; J. F. Power; J. MacKnight (Lecturer); and D. B. Smallwood arranged around a photograph of the Forrest Building.
File contains two copies of a composite photograph of the Dalhousie Faculty of Law class of 1925. The photograph consists of portraits of H. B. Dickey; J. Chem; W. A. D. Gunn; S. E. Smith; D. F. Adams; U. C. MacDonald; T. L. Compton; H. F. Munro; T. W. Murphy; D. A. MacRae; H. C. Glube; W. E. Moseley; R. Kerr; F. D. M. Jones; C. P. Bethune; A. S. MacKenzie (President); J. E. Read (Dean); M. G. Wambolt; F. H. Bell; P. T. Hickey; R. Gushue; A. L. Slipp; R. L. Snodgrass; L. W. Fraser; G. H. Fielding; H. C. Friel; W. J. O'Hearn; A. I. MacDonald; V. I. Pearson; P. R. H. Barry; W. E. Thompson; M. B. Archibald; C. J. Burchell; R. F. Yeoman; and G. M. Morrison arranged around a photograph of the Forrest Building.
Item is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law class of 1926. The photograph consists of portraits of F. W. Bissett; A. B. Morton; C. N. Bissett; A. R. Hull; R. J. Byrne; R. C. Wilson; G. J.. Ross; P. J. Lewis; C. R. Coughlan; G. E. Mills; M. M. McIntyre; D. McInnes; G. O. Ryte; C. D. Parks; J. W. Longley; H. E. Read; S. E. Smith; N. D. Blanchard; Bertrand Joseph Spencer Pitt (B.J.S. Pitt); W. E. Thompson; Cleave Mc. I.; D. A. MacRae; A. S. MacKenzie (President); J. E. Read (Dean); W. C. MacDonald; M. B. Archibald; T. W. Murphy; H. F. Munro; C. J. Burchell; A. I. MacDonald; R. F. Yeoman; and F. D. M. Jones arranged around a photograph of the Forrest Building.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1918 graduating class of the Dalhousie University faculties of arts, science, and engineering. The photograph consists of portraits of W. R. McClelland; C. F. Bowes; J. C. Distant (President); A. S. MacKenzie (President); M. MacNeil; H. Murray; L. L. Harrison; D. A. MacRae; F. L. Moore; A. MacMechen; D. S. MacIntosh; H. L. Stewart; H. L. Bronson; C. H. Woody; E. MacKay; J. N. Finlayson; C. L. Moore; H. P. Jones; J. E. Todd; H. B. Dickey; B. E. Bayne; S. MacDonald (Vice President); E. P. Duchemin (Valedictorian); O. R. Crowell; H. R. Chipman; A. S. Murray; B. Urquhart; C. MacKinnon; D. M. E. MacKay; E. Chisholm; J. Campbell; M. MacDougall; N. McColl; A. MacKenzie; G. Harper; G. Fraser; C. W. MacMillan; K. Buchanan; A. A. Turnbull; J. H. Whelpley; G. Mason; R. A. Ross; D. Russell; J. R. Merrick; E. Simpson; C. Anderson; M. Buchanan; J. W. Keddy; W. Forsythe; G. R. Forbes; F. Mooney; K. Tattrie; J. A. D. Good; L. Bearisto; Jean Ross; C. Noiles; M. Southerland; E. Philips; S. Morash; A. Hemphill; V. Moore; J. Munroe; M. Dence; W. R. Cameron; J. A. McLean; J. Bentley; A. G. Fulton; H. V. Chow; Hugh Bell; J. T. McK. Harris; F. L. Fisher; H. Arthur; S. Keshen; J. B. C. Carson; L. T. Pentz; H. A. Mosley; E. D. Haliburton; J. S. Bonnell; A. J. Fraser; S. I. Robinson; V. A. Grierson; C. StC. Stayner; and E. T. Hallett arranged in several columns with photographs of the Forrest building and two other buildings.
Item is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Arts and Science faculty and class of 1923. The photograph consists of portraits of Miss J. S. Schmidt; H. P. Jones; H. Murray; A. S. MacKenzie (President); A. MacMechan (Life Honorary President); M. Macneill; C. Kenty; D. S. Thompson; W. E. Moseley; Miss O. V. Atley; M. M. MacOdrum; Miss E. I. Crichton; H. L. Stewart; H. L. Bronson; Miss H. M. O'Brien; L. W. Fraser; W. F. Proctor; Miss H. A. Sandford; M. B. Emeneau; Miss M. Marshall; Miss F. C. Holland; J. Chew; J. A. Forbes; R. MacG. Dawson; H. F. Munro; D. M. Grant; Miss M. McKay; Miss D. J. Graham; H. D. O'Brien; C. C. Ives; Miss G. L. MacLean; F. F. Archibald; Miss E. E. Geddes; B. C. Hunt; J. A. Dawson; Miss M. G. Crandall; P. T. Hickey; C. P. Bethune; W. B. MacOdrum; H. Robertson; Miss M. J. O'Connor; Miss A. G. Harvey; Miss H. E. Pugsley; Miss M. I. Kuhn; C. B. Nickerson; D. S. McIntosh; E. W. Nichols; G. F. Wilson; Miss A. F. Hunter (Life Vice President); C. F. Grant (Life President); G. M. Morrison (Life Secretary); G. E. Misener; Miss M. G. Wambolt; Miss M. J. Smith; Miss K. S. Foster; Miss M. I. Clark; H. C. Muir; N. B. MacLeod; R. B. Taylor; Miss A. W. MacNeil; T. R. Goudge; Miss E. A. Killan; Miss M. C. Hawkins; Miss M. F. McCurdy; D. S. MacLeod; Miss M. J. Moase; H. C. Glube; Miss R. E. Cluney; A. E. Murray; and R. Kerr arranged around photographs of three buildings.
File contains a photograph of the laying of the cornerstone of the Arts Building, the fourth building on the Studley campus. The ceremony took place on April 23rd, 1921. Photograph shows (from left to right) Arthur Stanley MacKenzie, Dalhousie University President; an unidentified man; and George S. Campbell, Chairman of the Board of Governors at Dalhousie. File contains a duplicate of this image.
Item is an illustration board with unfinished Arthur Lismer drawings on both sides, images commissioned for One hundred years of Dalhousie, 1818–1918 (1920). One surface features a sketch of Arthur Stanley Mackenzie and the reverse has a preliminary drawing of Allan Pollok.
Part is an unfinished Arthur Lismer portrait of Arthur Stanley Mackenzie, commissioned for One hundred years of Dalhousie, 1818–1918 (1920). While the face appears in detail, the body is only roughly sketched. This is one of several very similar Lismer portraits of President Mackenzie, none of which was published in the centenary book, in which a photographic portrait was used. The image was reproduced in P.B. Waite, The Lives of Dalhousie University, volume one, 1818–1925 (1994), accompanied by the caption: "A Lismer sketch done from life in 1919."
Item is an original Arthur Lismer pen and ink portrait of Arthur Stanley Mackenzie wearing academic robes, commissioned for—but not used in—One hundred years of Dalhousie, 1818–1918 (1920). Although the background appears unfinished, the drawing has been highlighted with white gouache, as if in preparation for reproduction. The publication featured instead a photographic portrait of President Mackenzie.
Item is an original Arthur Lismer pen and ink portrait of Arthur Stanley Mackenzie, commissioned for—but not used in—One hundred years of Dalhousie, 1818–1918 (1920). The subject's body has been drawn on paper and glued to the illustration board, joining the drawing almost seamlessly just below Mackenzie's collar and bow tie. Ink marks barely visible beneath the academic gown indicate the existence of an earlier drawing. The publication featured instead a photographic portrait of President Mackenzie.
Item is an illustration board with original Arthur Lismer pen and ink portraits of Arthur Stanley Mackenzie on both sides. The portrait was commissioned for—but not used in—One hundred years of Dalhousie, 1818–1918 (1920); instead the publication appeared with a photographic portrait of President Mackenzie that, unlike the other illustrations, was cut and pasted in place rather than printed.
Item is an original Arthur Lismer pen and ink portrait of Arthur Stanley Mackenzie wearing a suit jacket and tie, commissioned for—but not used in—One hundred years of Dalhousie, 1818–1918 (1920). The publication featured instead a photographic portrait of President Mackenzie.
Item is an original Arthur Lismer pen and ink portrait of Arthur Stanley Mackenzie, commissioned for—but not used in—One hundred years of Dalhousie, 1818–1918 (1920). The drawing is unfinished and portrays Mackenzie in his academic robes. The publication featured instead a photographic portrait of President Mackenzie.
Part is an original Arthur Lismer sketch of Arthur Stanley Mackenzie. The drawing is laid out on a grid, using pencil on tracing paper, and is probably an early study for an illustration commissioned for One hundred years of Dalhousie, 1818–1918 (1920). Ultimately, none of Lismer's portraits of President Mackenzie was published; the book featured a photographic portrait.
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.
Item is a reproduction of a painting of Arthur Stanley MacKenzie. The portrait shows MacKenzie sitting with his hand on a pile of books. The portrait was painted by H. Harris Brown in 1923. The mat is dated April 1926.
File contains a newspaper clipping and a photocopy of the clipping featuring a portrait of Arthur Stanley MacKenzie, painted by Sir Wyly Grier. The portrait was presented to the university by the Arts and Science Class of 1926 in 1940.
File contains three portraits of Arthur Stanley MacKenzie. The portraits include a reproduction of a painting by H. Harris Brown; a caricature-style drawing; and a newspaper clipping of a portrait of Mackenzie by Wyly Grier.
Item consists of two copies of the Dalhousie University Bulletin, Inauguration Number 4, from the inauguration of Carleton W. Stanley as president of Dalhousie University. The bulletin contains the program of the event, a photograph of Stanley, transcriptions of addresses given at the event, and a list of delegates from other universities.
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.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1906 senior class in Arts and Science at Dalhousie University. The photograph consists of portraits of B. E. Murphy; M. L. McKenzie; E. K. Pennington; E. P. Sinnott; A. M. Haverstock; M. G. Lawrence; J. M. Hales; A. E. McLeod; D. E. Faulkner; W. G. Barnstead; J. A. McLellan; J. Wood; J. Beaton; Prof. W. Murray; Prof. J. Forrest; Prof. J. Liechti; Prof. R. C. Weldon; R. C. Burns; R. C. Buckley; C. G. Dickie; W. K. Fraser; E. G. MacKenzie; Prof. A. S. MacKenzie; Prof. D. A. Murray; Prof. F. H. Sexton; Prof. J. E. Woodman; C. W. MacAloney; W. S. Lindsay; A. Fraser; C. T. Sullivan; A. Moxon; Prof. E. B. Jack; Prof. A. MacMechan; Prof. E. MacKay; Prof. S. M. Dixon; E. W. Nichols; J. G. Bruse; P. I. Swanson; J. R. Archibald; A. A. McLeod; E. MacDougall; H. H. MacKenzie; Prof. H. Murray; W. H. Burns; Prof. T. C. Hebb; W. A. G. Bauld; F. P. H. Layton; H. S. Patterson; G. Farquhar; J. M. Stewart; R. B. H. Robertson; J. B. Morrow; H. J. Creightn; A. J. Barnes; F. A. Grant; A. G. Harlow; W. MacPherson; B. S. Gore; A. W. Seaman; A. Fraser; and F. D. Sinclair arrange around a photograph of the Forrest Building.
Item is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Arts and Science faculty and class of 1907. The photograph consists of portraits of J. Forrest; R. C. Weldon; W. Murray; J. E. Woodman; H. Murray; E. MacKay; A. MacMechan; J. Liechti; E. B. Jack; D. A. Murray; F. H. Sexton; R. A Watson; F. G. Knight; R. E. Dickie; W. P. Grant; G. F. Murphy; M. Payson; F. M. Cunningham; C. I. Gourley; J. T. Archibald; J. B. Gilliott; R. J. Bethune; A. Rettie; A. G. Macaulay; E. Fraser; J. H. Prowse; A. S. McKenzie; H. P. Jones; F. T. McLeod; A. F. Matthews; G. D. Finlayson; S. Rettie; J. MacKinnon; J. R. Miller; M. G. Burris; J. J. Macritchie; C. H. Patterson; M. E. Kerr; W. H. Sweet; H. F. McRae; B. L. Mackay; C. L. Blois; R. W. Maclellan; and D. S. Wickwire arranged in several rows around a photograph of the Forrest Building.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1916 faculty and class of the Dalhousie University faculties of Arts, Science, and Engineering. The photograph consists of portraits of M. R. Dawson; N. E. McDonald; J. A. Nicholson; R. C. MacDonald; J. M. Fraser; F. C. Lantz; C. L. Moore; J. E. Todd; H. Murray; A. S. MacKenzie (President); H. L. Stewart; H. P. Jones; A. MacMechan; J. N. Finlayson; M. Macneill; H. R. Theakston; G. L. Stairs; G. P. Brookfield; H. A. McCleave; S. MacDonald; R. B. Mooney; E. MacKay; D. A. MacRae; D. S. MacIntosh; P. L. Whitman; W. B. Musgrave; M. A. Rogers; C. W. Holland; F. H. M. Jones; J. P. Matin; J. E. Webster; C. P. Blakeley; D. F. Marshall; C. H. Crosby; Dr. F. Harris; H. L. Bronson; J .R. Lawley; E. B. McLatchey; R. F. B. Campbell; H. Allum; P. L. Wright; F. L. Moseley; E. F. Whyte; H. A. Wilson; J. H. McLeod; E. H. Dawson; F. P. Malcolm; M. L. Power; U. Blois; G. L. Palmer; H. Mowat; J. M. Wyte; D. Nicholson; M. A. Ross; U. F. Shreve; L. S. Creighton; B. Hall; A. J. McInnes; E. M. Montgomery; L. J. Bayne; C. W. Ritchie; W. Pallen; A. G. Meloin; P. Freeman; G. R. Holmes; R. D. MacNutt; M. C. Fraser (Life Vice President); C. A. Pugsley (Life President); C. F. MacLennan (Life Secretary Treasurer); C. E. B. Smith; W. A. Wood; M. F. Johnstone; A. Ross; J. H. Ryan; and N. L. Chipman arranged in several rows along with photographs of the Forrest building and three other buildings.
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.
This fonds consists of photographs; audiovisual materials; newspaper clippings; pamphlets and posters; Dalhousie publications and other printed material; student and personnel files; correspondence; manuscripts; reports created by or reviewed by senior administration; financial materials including accounts payable and receivable documents, budgets, and ledgers; legal documents, including deeds and leases; diaries; scrapbooks; meeting minutes and agendas; academic plans; speeches; and other documents related to the senior administration’s sphere of responsibility.
File contains a photograph of the first annual dinner of the Dalhousie Club of New York. The dinner was attended by President Arthur Stanley MacKenzie and Archibald MacMechan. Photograph was taken by Standard Flashlight Company Inc.
Item is a photograph of a group of graduates standing in front of building during a convocation ceremony at Dalhousie University in 1931. The photograph shows Robert Clifford Levy; Charles Lamb; Herbert Simpson Lamb; Maxwell Alexander Ross; Alexander O'Handley; Harold Blanchard Price; Fernando Llorens Duharte; Daniel Philip Wallace; Percy Clarendon Henley; James Harold Conrad; Murray Nauss Zinck; Douglas Alvin Conrad; Robert Louis Miller; Russell Blendid Dockrill; Frank Archibald McIntyre; Oswin MacDonald; John James Copland; Rudolph Thomas LeBlanc; Francis Beverley Chipman; Azel Randolph Lusby; Gordon Mitchell Graham; John Killeen McKee; Ronald Joseph MacDonald; A. Stanley MacKenzie (President); Evelyn Christine Blois; Helen Gladys Williams; Jane Porter Smith; Mary Barbara Currie; Enid Elizabeth Johnson; Lillian Elsbeth Sadler; Nelly Beatrice Conrad; Ethel Beatrice Conrad; Doris Gwendolyn Margeson; and Minna Elinor Brenton. Most of the students are law students.