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Photograph of the installation of Henry Hicks as president of Dalhousie University

Item is a photograph taken during the installation of Henry Hicks as President and Vice-Chancellor of Dalhousie University. The photograph shows the Hon. Robert L. Stanfield, and unidentified person, Henry Hicks, and Donald McInnes on stage at the ceremony. The unidentified person is holding an academic robe for Hicks while McInnes stands at a podium.

Photograph of the installation of Henry Hicks as president of Dalhousie University

Item is a photograph taken during the installation of Henry Hicks as President and Vice-Chancellor of Dalhousie University. The photograph shows the Hon. Robert L. Stanfield, and unidentified person, Henry Hicks, and Donald McInnes on stage at the ceremony. The unidentified person is holding an academic robe for Hicks while McInnes stands at a podium. The date on the photograph may be incorrect because Hicks was the President from 1963-1980.

Wamboldt, Lee

Photograph of Dr. and Mrs. Henry Hicks with Mr. and Mrs. Mitko Calovski

Item is a photograph from the visit of the Yugoslavian Ambassador to Dalhousie on November 2, 1979. Photograph shows (from left to right) Mitko Calovski, Yugoslavian Ambassador to Canada; Mrs. Hicks; Mrs. Calovski; and Dr. Henry Hicks. File contains duplicate copies of this image. Photograph was published in University News, November 1, 1979.

Photograph of Henry Hicks with Chang Wen-Chin and Ni Cheng-Tsien

Item is a photograph of Dalhousie President Henry Hicks with two Chinese visitors to Dalhousie on June 29, 1976. Photograph shows (from left to right) His Excellency Chang Wen-Chin, Chinese Ambassador to Canada; Dr. Henry Hicks; and Ni Cheng-Tsien, First Secretary of the Chinese Embassy in Ottawa. Photograph was published in University News, Vol. 7 No. 1, September 1976.

Photograph of Mr. and Mrs. von Podewils-Durnez and Mr. and Mrs. Hicks

Item is a photograph of the West German Ambassador and his wife with Dr. and Mrs. Hicks at Dalhousie, June 9, 1976. Photograph shows (from left to right) His Excellency Maximillian von Podewils-Durnez, West German Ambassador to Canada; Mrs. von Podewils-Durnez; Mrs. Hicks; and Dr. Henry Hicks. Photograph was published in University News, Vol. 7, No. 1, September 1976.

Donkin, John

Photograph of group of people at ceremony

Item is a photograph of a group of people at a ceremony at Dalhousie on June 4, 1975. Photograph shows Mrs. Hicks (second from left); Ambassador Babic (left of statue); Dr. Henry Hicks (right of statue); and Halifax Mayor Edmund Morris (far right). This photograph was published in University News, Vol. 6, No. 1, 1975.

Photograph of A.J. Tingley, Henry Hicks, and Carl E. Jackman at Dalhousie

Item is a photograph of the University of the West Indies Registrar, Carl E. Jackman, visiting Dalhousie on September 26, 1975. Mr. Jackman was touring Atlantic universities in the fall of 1975. Photograph shows (from left to right) Dr. A.J. Tingley, University Registrar; President Henry Hicks; and Carl E. Jackman, Registrar at the University of the West Indies. Photograph was published in University News, October 17, 1975.

Donkin, John

Photograph of Henry Hicks and G. I. Smith with a live tiger at the opening of the Student Union Building

Item consists of two copies of a photograph taken during the opening of the Dalhousie Student Union Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows Dalhousie president Henry Hicks and premier G. I. Smith with a live tiger and its handler.

Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited

Photographs from the opening of the Student Union Building and other events

File contains photographs taken during the opening of the Student Union Building at Dalhousie University and other events. The photographs include photographs of Henry Hicks; Premier G. I. Smith; Lieutenant-Governor Victor deB. Oland; a tiger with its handler; other attendees at the opening of the SUB; members of the International Students' Association in international dress at an event called IntroDal; and the campus bookstore.

Photographs of the Student Union Building

File contains photograph taken during the construction and opening of the Student Union Building at Dalhousie University. The photographs include a drawing of the building; exterior shots of the building under construction; Dennis Ashworth, Henry Hicks, and Donald McInnes at the Student Union Building construction site; a metal animal sculpture; and the Dalhousie Student Union's mascot for the opening.

Photograph of the Queen Mother and other attendees at the opening convocation of the Tupper Building

Item is a photograph taken at the opening convocation of the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows an unidentified man; the 16th Earl of Dalhousie; Robert L. Stanfield (Premier of Nova Scotia); The Queen Mother; and Henry Davies Hicks (Dalhousie University President) standing on a stage in academic dress. The Queen Mother is waving and the men are applauding.

Photographs from the opening convocation of the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building

File contains photographs taken at the opening convocation of the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building at Dalhousie University. The photographs show the 19th Earl of Dalhousie, The Queen Mother, Robert L. Stanfield, Henry Hicks, and other unidentified attendees on stage in academic dress.

Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited

Photograph of a trial hookup of a co-axial cable in the Medical Computer Centre

Item is a photograph of the trial hookup of a co-axial cable from the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building to Camp Hill Hospital. The cable was designed to carry data and television transmission signals between the two facilities. Photograph shows (from left to right): Tony Gibson (standing in back); Dr. Henry Hicks, Dalhousie University President; Mr. Archibald; and Dr. Ross Langley.

Photograph of a trial hookup of a co-axial cable in the Medical Computer Centre

Item is a photograph of the trial hookup of a co-axial cable from the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building to Camp Hill Hospital. The cable was designed to carry data and television transmission signals between the two facilities. Photograph shows (from left to right): Tony Gibson (standing in back); Dr. Henry Hicks, Dalhousie University President; Mr. Archibald; and Dr. Ross Langley.

Photograph of a cheque presentation

Item is a photograph taken during the presentation of cheques to several students. The cheques were either presented by or presented to a non-status Indian group. The photograph shows an unidentified person presenting a cheque to another unidentified person, while Henry Hicks watches.

Photograph of a cheque presentation

Item is a photograph taken during the presentation of cheques to several students. The cheques were either presented by or presented to a non-status Indian group. The photograph shows an unidentified person presenting a cheque to another unidentified person, while Henry Hicks watches.

Photograph of a cheque presentation

Item is a photograph taken during the presentation of cheques to several students. The cheques were either presented by or presented to a non-status Indian group. The photograph shows an unidentified person presenting a cheque to another unidentified person, while Henry Hicks watches.

Photograph of a cheque presentation

Item is a photograph taken during the presentation of cheques to several students. The cheques were either presented by or presented to a non-status Indian group. The photograph shows an unidentified person presenting a cheque to another unidentified person, while Henry Hicks watches.
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