Item is a photograph of a meeting of the Canadian commission to the United Nations Ecenomic, Social and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) at the Chateau Laurier in Ottawa. Henry Hicks, the vice-president of the commission, is seated at the far right and the president of the commission is speaking at a podium. Hicks was president of the commission from 1963 to 1967.
Item is a photograph of and unidentified person and Henry Hicks sitting at a table while another unidentified person speaks at a podium. The photograph was taken at a UNESCO conference, probably a meeting of the Canadian commission to UNESCO.
Item is a photograph of Henry Hicks, premier of Nova Scotia; Alex Scott, resident engineer in charge of construction; A. Murray MacKay, chairman of the Halifax-Dartmouth Bridge Commission; Colonel S. C. Oland; and Leo J. Burke, bridge manager, on an official inspection tour to view the progress being made on the construction of the Macdonald Bridge in Halifax. They are standing on the west main tower of the bridge and Hicks is pointing at a sight of interest.
Item is a collage or scrapbook page of photographs of Henry Hicks and captions for the photographs. Some of the captions are quotes from Hicks. Most of the photographs show Hicks talking and sitting at a desk.
Item is a photograph of Henry Hicks wearing academic dress and tipping his hat during a convocation ceremony or some other event. The photograph was published in either University News, Volume 11, No. 4 or University News, Volume 11, No. 5 in October 1980. It is accompanied by a the caption "Dalhousie salutes a great man."