File contains three copies of a photograph of the Dalhousie College Barrington Street campus. The photograph shows the original college building, which was built in 1818 and was torn down in 1887. One of the copies is a mirror image of the original photograph.
Item is a photograph from the 1975 Super Skills summer camp elite gymnastics class. The photograph shows a participant in the Elite gym class being coached while doing a handstand on a balance beam. A caption on the back of the photograph says "Muscles stretch as participant in Elite gym class (summer 75) gets coaching from Atlantic area coach."
Item is a photograph from the 1975 Super Skills summer camp elite gymnastics class. The photograph shows a participant doing a flip and being assisted by Tak Kikuchi. A caption on the back of the photograph says "Tak Kikuchi, O'Keefes Atlantic Provinces Coach 1974-75, provides support for participants. Dal Elite Gym Camp /75."
Item is a photograph from a volleyball game at the 1975 Super Skills summer camp. The photograph shows a girl serving the volleyball. A caption on the back of the photograph says "The ball is tossed into the air and this player will follow through with right hand for an underhand serve, SS '75."
Item is a photograph from a volleyball game at the 1975 Super Skills summer camp. The photograph shows two girls listening to a coach talk. A caption on the back of the photograph says "DAL Coach Jan Prsala talks with those attending the SS Volleyball Camp."
Item is a photograph from Super Skills Family Night. The photograph shows two participants demonstrating a hockey skill. A note written on the back of the photograph says "Super Skills Family Night - Feb 20/78, display of Puck Control camp."
Item is a photograph of the Dalhousie Chinese Student Dragons basketball team receiving a trophy after winning the 1972 Maritime Cup invitational basketball tournament. The photograph shows Mrs. MacDonald presenting the trophy to team captain Peter Ung. Other team members are Spencer Lui, P.K. Chow, Tony Jong, J.K. Quek, K.T. Jim, J. Chan, Charles Lo, and Tony Chan. Photograph was published in University News, Volume 2, Issue 10.
Item is a photograph of a camping trailer used as a site for Dalhousie athletic and intramural recreation information at orientation week in 1974. The photograph shows the trailer with hand-drawn signs on it. The trailer was loaned by Twin City Trailer Ltd. (Bedford) to the School of Physical Education during orientation week for information on physical education activities and teams.
Item is a photograph from a hockey school clinic at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows a goalie guarding a net while a man hits a puck at them. There are two chairs with cushions on them on the ice between the man and the net.
Item is a photograph of Shawn Healey being presented with the Climo Award. The photograph shows W. Andrew MacKay handing the Climo Award trophy to Healey. A caption included in the file says "From one Climo Award winner to another: V.P. W. Andrew MacKay presents the trophy to this year's outstanding male athlete, gymnast Shawn Healey."
Item is a photograph of Henry D. Hicks presenting the Dalhousie Award to Aileen Meagher. The photograph shows an unidentified man holding Meagher's bouquet while Meagher and Hicks shake hands. A caption included in the file says "Aileen Meagher, former track star and Nova Scotia's first Olympic woman competitor received the Dalhousie Award for great contribution to Nova Scotia sport, from Dal's president, Dr. Henry D. Hicks."
Item is a photograph of Rod Shoveller presenting the Nancy Lynn MacDonald Memorial Award to Lynn Fergusson. A newspaper caption attached to the back of the photograph says "Gymnast Lynn Fergusson received the first Nancy Lynn MacDonald Memorial Award from Rod Shoveller."
Item is a photograph of the Tigerettes field hockey team being presented with a plaque at the 1977 Athletics Awards banquet. A caption included in the file says "Still Jubilant after their national intercollegiate victory, the Tigerettes' field hockey team were further honored at the annual Athletics Awards banquet when they received a special plaque - and a rose each - from the Nova Scotia Department of Recreation."
Item is a photograph of Professor Pierre Page presenting an MVP award to Ken Bickerton. A caption included with the photograph says: "Prof. Pierre Page, hockey coach, presents Ken Bickerton, goalie with MVP award. Bickerton also won the Climo Award."
Item is a legend to accompany the photographs of the Dalplex construction. The legend shows the location of the six "views" from which the photographs were taken. The diagram also shows where Dalhousie Street, South Street, Oakland Road, and Studley Avenue are in relation to the construction.