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Photograph of Marshall Tito, President of Yugoslavia, receiving an honourary degree

File contains a photograph of Marshall Tito, President of Yugoslavia, receiving an honourary degree from Dalhousie University in November 1971. Photograph includes (left to right): Fitzroy MacLean; Harold Uhlman (Registrar); Marshall Tito; Victor de Bedia Oland (Lieutenant-Governor of Nova Scotia); and Henry Hicks (President, Dalhousie University). The photograph was published in "The Lives of Dalhousie University, Vol. 2" by Peter B. Waite (page 293).

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 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 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 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 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 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 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 Maureen Forrester, Henry Hicks and Ernest Smith at Dalhousie Art Gallery reception

Item is a photograph of the Leonardo da Vinci exhibit opening reception at the Dalhousie Art Gallery in 1972. The exhibit was one of the first in the new Art Gallery, in the Dalhousie Arts Centre. Photograph shows (from left to right) Maureen Forrester, Canadian operatic contralto; Dr. Henry Hicks, Dalhousie University President; and Professor Ernest Smith, Dalhousie Art Gallery director.

Photograph of Henry Hicks and guests at the Svoboda exhibit reception

Item is a photograph of the Josef Svoboda exhibit opening reception at the Dalhousie Art Gallery on October 4, 1974. Photograph shows (from left to right) Henry Hicks; Dalhousie University President; Josef Svoboda, artist; Professor L.H. Lawrence; and Professor Peter Perina, Theatre Department Chairman.

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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 Henry Hicks with law professors

Item is a photograph of Dalhousie President Henry Hicks with Dalhousie Law School professors. Photograph shows (from left to right): Morris; an unidentified woman; Henry Hicks, Dalhousie University President; and R. St. John MacDonald, Dean of Law at Dalhousie from 1972 to 1979.

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Photograph of Henry Hicks with law professors

Item is a photograph of Dalhousie President Henry Hicks with Dalhousie Law School professors. Photograph shows (from left to right): R. St. John MacDonald, Dean of Law at Dalhousie from 1972 to 1979; Henry Hicks, Dalhousie University President; an unidentified woman; John Willis, Dalhousie Law professor; and Morris.

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Photograph of Henry Hicks and law professors at an outdoor ceremony

Item is a photograph of Henry Hicks and Dalhousie Law School professors digging with a shovel at an outdoor ceremony. Photograph shows (from left to right): R. St. John MacDonald, Dean of Law at Dalhousie from 1972 to 1979; Morris; John Willis, Dalhousie Law professor; an unidentified man; and Henry Hicks, Dalhousie University President.

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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 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 Horace Read addressing guests at the opening of the Weldon Law Building

Item is a photograph taken during the opening ceremony of the Weldon Law Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows Horace Read, Vice-President and former Dean of the Dalhousie Law School, addressing guests at the ceremony. Lady Beaverbrook and Henry Hicks are seated next to him.

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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 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.

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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.

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.

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