Item is a technical drawing of a suggested plan for a medical school campus, probably the Dalhousie Medical School (Carleton Campus). The drawing includes a small sketch that identifies the purpose of each building.
Item is a study for the layout of the grounds of Dalhousie University's Studley Campus. The drawing was produced by Mackenzie & Howe, & Co. Landscape Architects and altered by Thomas Mawson and Frank Darling.
Item is a technical drawing of a building for Dalhousie College. The building may be a suggested building that was never built. The drawing shows two versions of the second floor plan, including an arrangement for the college's present needs (offices, faculty room, and lecture room) and an arrangement for a law library that may be later used as a museum.
Item is a drawing of a suggested plan for a university campus, possibly the Dalhousie Medical School (Carleton Campus). The drawing shows a rough outline of the campus layout and a more detailed view of the campus from above.
Item is a photograph of a graduating class from the Nova Scotia Technical College from an unknown year. The photograph shows O. B. Berringer; A. Miller; C. MacDonald; M. Barrett; J. H. Grant; O.N. Mahen; J. Howley; W. Graham; M. Fishman; R. Carey; R. L. Norman; C Sargeant; R. Shatford; D. Blane; R. Fraser; C. Murray; C. Wright; J. Ryan; J. Critchley; C. Knight; F. Skerry; W. Walsh; L. J. Whalen; J. G. Thompson; J. R. Carson; R. L. Doucett; G. Burlton; R. Moores; B. Cain; G. A. White; W. J. Gent; G. A. Blackburn; M. A. Wortman; E. R. Jones; and G. G. Hamilton standing on the front steps of a building and wearing academic dress.
Item is a photograph of the Arts Building at Dalhousie University, now known as the University Club. The photograph appears to have been taken not long after the building was built and housed the Arts faculty.
Item is a photograph of unidentified graduating students lined up on a pathway next to the Science Building (now known as the Chemistry Building) at Dalhousie University. The students are all wearing graduation robes and the women are separate from the men.