Item is a photograph of Henry D. Hicks presenting the Dalhousie Award to Henry 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."
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, while another unidentified man watches. 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 Joan Selig presenting the award for Outstanding Female Athlete to Helen Castonguay. A caption included in the file says "Helen Castonguay, field hockey and basketball star, received the trophy for the Outstanding Female Athlete from Joan Selig, who won it last year and the year before."
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."
File contains photographs of Etienne F. Duval (items 5-7). - Photographs taken by Lee Wamboldt (items 5,7). - Back of item 5 reads: "Dalhousie University Students in the language dept., with Professor Etienne Duval, director of the newly established Quebec Centre at Dalhousie.".
Photographs taken by Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited. - Attached card reads: "History Students: John Godfrey's History debate: Reinactment of the 1932 Oxford Union Debate on whether or not the students in Britain would fight against Hitler if the need arose.".
File contains photographs of Kell Antoft; R. St.J. Macdonald; Dr. Hicks; Lorne O. Clarke; and Guy MacLean. - Photographs taken by Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited. - Identification from attached card reads: "LtoR: Kell Antoft (Asst Director, I.P.A.); Dean R. St. J. Macdonald (Law); Dr. Hicks (President no with program); Lorne O. Clarke, Q.C. (Asst. Director, Alumni); Dean Guy Maclean (Director - Dean of Arts & Science).".
File contains photographs of Michael Kirby; Innis MacLeod; and Ron Johnson. - Photographs taken by Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited. - Identification on attached card reads: "L to R: Dr. Michael Kirby, Premier's ofc - principal asst; Innis MacLeod, Q.C., deputy minister, Executive Council Office; Ron Johnson, secretary of the Treasury Board.".
File contains photographs of Dennis W. Stairs; Leon A. Bragramov; and D.J. Munton. - Photographs taken by Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited. - Attached card reads: "Dr. Leon A. Bragramov (centre) with D.r Dennis W. Stairs Director of the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies at Dalhousie (left) and Dr. D.J. Munton, of the Poli Sci Dept. during his visit to the campus earlier this month.".
File contains photographs of Paul McIssac; Roseanne Runte; D.P. Varma; E. Messinger; Hans-Gunther Schwarz; James Gray; H.D. Sproule; and R.S. Hafter. - Attached card reads: "L to R: (front): Prof. Paul McIssac, MSVU; Prof. Roseanne Runte, French; Dr. D.P. Varma, English. (Back): Prof. E. Messinger, French; Dr. Hans-Gunther Schwarz, German; Dr. James Gray, English; Dr. H.D. Sproule, English; and Dr. R.S. Hafter, English.".
File contains photographs of Winifred Anne Macmillan. - Photographs taken by Wamboldt. - Attached note: "Miss Winifred Anne Macmillan, pictured above, is a senior science student at Dalhousie University. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alan G. Macmillan, Charlottetown. (Photo by Wamboldt).
File contains photographs of Arthur McDonald. - Attached note: "Mr. Arthur McDonald, pictured above, in is his junior year of honors physics at Dalhousie University. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McDonald of Sydney. (Photo by Walboldt).".
Attached card reads: "Organizers from Dalhousie Univ, host for the 1976 conference of the Canadian Federation of Biological Societies, met representatives of the various groups last week to sort through over 700 abstracts which will be presented at the June meeting.".
Printed note reads: "The taped lessons in the audio-tutorial classes have, in no way, eliminated personal contacts with the students. This picture shos a lab instructor explaining various features of the weekly lesson to students.".
File contains photographs of Dr. R. J. Miller. - "Build a better crab trap. That's what Dr. R. J. Miller of the Newfoundland Biological Station of Fisheries and Oceans Canada in St. John's was attempting to do when he utilized the pool tank of the Aquatron Laboratory last spring.".
File contains photographs of Dr. Herman Bakvis; Sheily Fougere; Juanita Montalvo; and Terry Crawley. - Killam Fellowship reciipient Dr. Herman Bakvis, Political Science and Public Administration Dept. Sheily Fougere, Conference Centre Co-ordinator March '88. Student Union incoming President & Vice Pres. Juanita Montalvo and Terry Crawley, Dal News Vol. 18, No. 13. Spring - Fish and Chip Truck, Dal News March 30/88.
File contains photographs of Claudia Schroder; Dave Scott; Ellen Reynolds; Barry Doyle; Kathy MacCormack; Mary Cameron; Willem Verbek; Brian Rourke; Lucy Smith; Erik Kerasiotis; Mark Wood; Colleen Doyle; Joey Perreault; Kevin Hayden; Alan Scott; and Susan Hall. - Photographs taken by Pelham and Jody Farrell. - Top Dal Athletics 87/88, April 27/88. Claudia Schroder, Dave Scott, Geologists. Ellen Reynolds, Barry Doyle, Manager CEC (Pelham photos). Dal Athletics story (Pelham and Farrell photos). Dal News, Vol. 18, No. 14, April 27/88.