File contains two copies of an aerial photograph of Dalhousie University, looking toward Halifax Harbour. The Life Sciences building is under construction. One copy of the photograph has a note on the back which says "circa 1972" but the other copy has the date "Sept 25 1970" written on it, which is probably the correct date.
Item is an aerial photograph of the University of King's College campus, part of the Dalhousie University Studley campus, and the Northwest Arm. Howe Hall, the Sir James Dunn Science Building, the Nova Scotia Public Archives, the University of King's College, and the education building are shown in the photograph.
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 Ian Sussex (items 24-26) and Alan McHueghan (items 24-26). - Photographs taken by John Dorkin (item 25). - Attached card reads: "Yale professor Ian Sussex was guest speaker at the 7th Annual Atlantic Universities Undergraduate Biology Conference held at Dalhousie in February. Pictured here with Dr. Sussex (r ) is4th year student Alan McHughan [McHueghan], one of the conference organizers.".
File contains photographs of R. P. McBride (items 33-34); M. S. Harvey (items 33, 35); L. E. Haley (items 33, 37); Pamela Malcolm (items 33, 36); and Derek Sarty (items 33, 36). - Photographs taken by Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited (items 33-37).
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.".
File contains photographs of Duane Gish (item 2) and Mark Ragan (item 1). - Photographs taken by Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited (items 1-2). - Public debate "Creation vs. Evolution." Graduate biology student Mark Ragan debated for the side of evolution and Dr. Duane Gish, Associate Director of the Institute for Creation Research in San Diego, Calfornia, argued for creation.