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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 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 Henry Pelham and Henry D. Hicks : Dalhousie Award presentation

Item is a photograph of Henry D. Hicks presenting the Dalhousie Award to Henry Pelham. The photograph shows Hicks speaking into a microphone while Pelham stands next to him and two other men stand in the background. A caption included in the file says "President Henry D. Hicks presents to 1932 Olympic oarsman Henry Pelham the First Dalhousie Award for great contributions to N. S. Sport."

Photograph of Henry Pelham and Henry D. Hicks : Dalhousie Award presentation

Item is a photograph of Henry D. Hicks presenting the Dalhousie Award to Henry Pelham. The photograph shows Hicks handing the trophy, which is a statue of a man running with a ball, to Pelham. A caption included in the file says "President Henry D. Hicks presents to 1932 Olympic oarsman Henry Pelham the First Dalhousie Award for great contribuions to N. S. Sport."

Photograph of Stewart McInnes, Henry Hicks, and Michael Ellis at the Dalplex Campaign kick-off reception

Item is a photograph from the Dalplex Campaign kick-off reception on October 13, 1977. Photograph shows (from left to right) Stewart McInnes, Dalplex Campaign Chairman; Henry Hicks, Dalhousie University President; and Dr. Michael J. Ellis, Director of the School of Physical Education at Dalhousie.

Photograph of Aileen Meagher and Henry D. Hicks : Dalhousie Award presentation

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."

Photograph of Aileen Meagher and Henry D. Hicks : Dalhousie Award presentation

Item is a photograph of Henry D. Hicks presenting the Dalhousie Award to Aileen Meagher. A newspaper caption attached to the back of the photograph 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."

Photograph of Stewart McInnes, Henry Hicks, and Michael Ellis at the Dalplex Campaign kick-off reception

Item is a photograph from the Dalplex Campaign kick-off reception on October 13, 1977. Photograph shows (from left to right) Stewart McInnes, Dalplex Campaign Chairman; Henry Hicks, Dalhousie University President; and Dr. Michael J. Ellis, Director of the School of Physical Education at Dalhousie.

Photograph of Aileen Meagher and Henry D. Hicks : Dalhousie Award presentation

Item is a photograph of Henry D. Hicks presenting the Dalhousie Award to Aileen Meagher. A caption attached to the back of the photograph 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."
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