Item is a photograph of the 1925 Dalhousie University girls' basketball team. The photograph shows Marge Kennedy; Harriet Roberts; Anne Clark; Marge Thompson; Elinor Barnstead; Betty Freeman; Marian Campbell; and Mabel Borden standing in a row.
File contains one photograph and seven proofs of photographs of Kathy Berrigan. winner of the Stop Smoking Contest, being presented with a cash prize by Dr. E. Belzer, assistant dean of Health Professions. A caption included with the photographs reads: "Stop Smoking Contest, By Dr. E. Belzer, assistant dean, Health Profession, and winner Kathy Berrigan. Happy and healther, Phys Ed's Kathleen Berrigan gave up smoking and got richer - by the amount of money that she saved by not buying cigarettes and the $110.33 she won from Dr. Ed Belzer's Experimental Pool to Overcome Tobacco."
Item is a photograph of the 1926 Alpha Eta Chapter of the Phi Rho Sigma Fraternity. The photograph shows I. Macdonald; A. L. Murphy; H. deM. Haslam; C. J. W. Beckwith (pledge); T. J. Morrison; D. M. Wood; J. W. Reid; C. M. Jones; Dr. E. K. Maclellan; D. F. Macdonald (Treasurer); K. M. Grant (Secretary); H. S. Morton (President); G. A. Winfield (Vice President); J. C. Thurrott (S. W.); Dr. W. A. Curry; R. R. Harlow; W. A. Hewst; J. G. Toombs; E. Cameron; and J. M. Beardsley sitting or standing in three rows. Dr. H. K. MacDonald, C. M. Oake, and F. A. Minshull (pledge) are absent from the photograph.
Item is a photograph of the 1914 Dalhousie Dramatic Club. The photograph shows the principals in the cast of "The College Widow". The portrait incudes C. R. Hawkins (as Tommy Parsons); R. St. C. Jones (as President Witherspoon); Jack MacDonald (as Billy Bolton); G. R. Smith (as Jimmie Hooper); D. A. Guildford (as Frank McAllister); T. A. Lebetter (as Copernicus Talbot); Harry Britton (as Silent Murphy); W. B. Coulter (as Hon. Elam Hicks); D. L. Dwyer (as Bub Hicks); J. S. Fraser (as Hiram Bolton); W. R. Auld (as Jack Larrabee); M. M. Currie (as Mrs. Primley Dalzelle); Hattie Boak (as Bessie Tanner); J. F. O'Connell (Director); Gladys Billman (as Jane Witherspoon); Emma Gillies (as Flora Cameron); R. D. Graham (as Stubby Talmadge); C. K. Fuller (as Matty MacGowan); M. Fraser (as L. Chubbs); Georgene Faulkner (as Flora Wiggins); Louise Power (as Bertha Lyson); and Mary Ross (as Josephine Borkley). The cast members are sitting or standing in four rows and wearing their costumes.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1927-1928 Dalhousie rugby team, the Maritime Champions. The photograph consists of portraits of G. K. Maclellan (Coach); T.A. Tupper (Captain); G. A. Winfield (Mgr); F.M. Fraser (Assist Mgr); W.F. Stirling (Coach); Dr. F Rankine (Coach); A. M. Smith; A.I. Sutherland; G.C. MacLeod; C.M. Jones; R. W. Hewat; H.T. Townswend; W.A. Wickmire; F Smith; A MacDonald; Mitchell, I,E.; I.I. Dunlop; W.I. Murphy; G.M. MacLean; R.W. Irving; B. Baird; and D. Campbell arranged in a large letter "D," with a photograph of the team on the back of a train and photographs of two trophies in the centre.
Item is a photograph of the 1906 Dalhousie Football Team. The photograph shows D. A. Cameron, Alison Fraser, M. G. Burris, John Rankin. R. W. MacLellan, N. C. Nickerson, H. Waldo Flemming, E. K. MacLellan, and others sitting or standing in three rows with a football and a trophy.
Item is a photograph of the 1920 Dalhousie girls' basketball team. The photograph shows Armitage; Helene Sandford; Roberta Bond; Esther Crichton; Connie Young; and Laura Smith lying down in a row, propped up on their elbows and holding a basketball.
Item is a photograph of the 1921 Dalhousie girls' basketball team. The photograph shows Reynolds; Roberta Bond; Marian Clark; Eva Mador; Connie Young; Armitage; and Mador sitting in two rows with a basketball.
Item is a photograph of the 1925-1926 Dalhousie University girls field hockey team. The photograph shows Jean Mackenzie; Anne Clark; Bessie MacDonald; Keltic Holman; Edwina Archibald; Anna M. Wilson; Helen Robertson; Ruth Elder; Edith McNeil; Mabel A. Borden; Marian Wood; Helen Sexton; Aliee Sproule; and Marie Erickson standing or sitting in three rows.