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Photograph of the council of the students

File consists of two copies of a photograph of the 1924-1925 Dalhousie Council of the Students. The photograph shows M. Rankin; I. Macdonald; S. Gilchrist; V. C. Pearson; D. R. Sutherland; R. M. Piercey; A. B. Morton; G. W. Creighton; R. H. MacLeod; M. W. Armstrong; C. W. Sedgewick; J. W. Merritt; H. MacLean; R. Benoit; G. M. Grant;J. G. Godsoe; A. Marshall; H. Elliott (Vice President); L. W. Fraser (President); W. C. Chipman (Secretary Treasurer); E. Barnstead; G. Smith; H. G. Stairs; A. F. MacDonald; and A. C. Hill sitting and standing in four rows. G. S. MacDonald; L. MacPherson; D. E. Green; W. Wickwire; and J. F. Bates are absent from the picture.

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Photograph of the council of the students

Item is a photograph of the 1926-1927 Dalhousie University Council of the Students. The photograph shows
J. W. Dobson; R. Douell; R. Baxter; A. M. Smith; E. P. Allison; W. Soper; H. H. Bell; R. U. Slayter; H. MacLennan; H. C. Grant; H. O'Brien; H. Chisholm; W. Ross; M. MacG. Rankin; M. Fraser; A. L. Murphy; R. Morton; J. W. Merritt; F. R. Hayes; Alice Atherton; Avis Marshall; J. G. Godsoe (Secretary Treasurer); W. McInnis (President); Helen Wickwire (Vice President); Minna Troop; and Ruth Elder sitting and standing in three rows.

Gauvin & Gentzel

Photograph of the council of the students

Item is a photograph of the 1922-1923 Dalhousie University Council of the Students. The photograph shows R. S. Gass; G. M. Logan; J. E. Grant; J. R. Nicholson; W. L. Gates; D. McInnes; C. E. Crease; Mac Caulay; G. P. Flavin; G. Dawson; O. R. Crowell; W. C. Chipman; W. A. Gunn; Gertrude Evelyn Mills; A.E. Hunter (Vice President); N. A. MacKenzie (President); L. W. Fraser (Secretary Treasurer); M. E. Linton; M. I. Clark; G. R. Forbes; J. D. Fraser; and V. Clifford sitting and standing in four rows. J. D. Fraser is holding a teddy bear.

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Photograph of the council of the students

File contains three copies of a photograph of the 1925-1926 Dalhousie University Council of the Students. The photograph shows W. D. Outbit; W. N. Wickwire; Hellen Wickwire; R. M. Doull; A. M. Smith; D. Smith; F. W. MacInnes; W. J. McCurdy; J. W. Sutherland; E. S. Clark; G. W. I. Creighton; Jean Messenger; O. F. C. Armstrong; A. E. Russell; G. F. Frame; J. R. Byrne; R. R. McLeod; J. W. Dobson; H. Robertson; C. E. Doyle; H. E. Kelly; M. McG. Rankin; Avis Marshall; S. B. Morton; J. G. Godsoe; Cathlen I. McLeod; and Elinor Barnstead sitting and standing around a small table with a pillow and two potted plants. J. W. Merritt, J. F. Bates, F. M. Rockingham, G. R. Forbes, and J. C. Thurrott are absent from the photograph.

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Photograph of intramural information site at orientation week

Item is a photograph of a camping trailer used as a site for Dalhousie athletic and intramural recreation information at orientation week in 1974. The photograph shows the trailer with hand-drawn signs on it. The trailer was loaned by Twin City Trailer Ltd. (Bedford) to the School of Physical Education during orientation week for information on physical education activities and teams.

Photograph of inscription on stone

Item is a photograph of an inscription on a stone. The inscription reads: "The tablet below a fac-simile of that placed in the corner-stone of the original Dalhousie College, which occupied this site from 1820 to 1887, was unveiled with appropriate ceremony on August 21, 1924, when Sir James Fergusson, Admiral on this station, and John George Pyke, of Liverpool, N. S., represented their respective great-grandfathers, the Earl of Dalhousie and John George Pyke."

Photograph of graduates of 1897 at Class Reunion, August, 1947

Item is a photograph of a reunion of Dalhousie graduates of 1897 at a 50-year class reunion in 1947. The photograph shows A. E. Crockett (B.L.); C. J. Burchell (K.C., M.A., L.L.B.); R. M. Hattie (B.A.); Rev. L. A. Maclean (B.A.); Edward Cummings (B.A.); Melville Cumming (B.A., B.S.A., L.L.D.); and Rev. J. W. A. Nicholson (M.A.) sitting or standing in two rows in front of the entrance of a building.

Photograph of freshman class of 1910

Item is a photograph of the Dalhousie University freshman class of 1910. The photograph shows Norman C. Ralston; George Simson; Marguerite Silver; Dorothy Gorham; Albert Barnes; Kenneth Chisholm; John Philip MacIntosh; E. M. Forbes; Katie Whitman; Frank Graham; Donald Cameron; Gordon Wiswell; Rubin; and other students sitting, stnading, or reclining in several rows.

Notman Studio

Photograph of athletic directors

Item is a photograph of Nila Ipson (Intramural Coordinator); Ken Bellemare (Athletic Director); Nancy Buzzell (Women's Athletic Director) standing in a gym with a Dal Tigers logo on the floor and looking at a piece of paper. They may be making some sort of presentation.

Photograph of athletic award winners

Item is a photograph of three athletic award winners. The photograph shows Wendy Moore (illegible trophy name, Most Valuable Person, Women's Basketball, donated by Diana Sweets), Cathy Ross (MWIAAU Trophy, Volleyball), and Gail Anthony (illegible trophy name) holding their trophies.

Photograph of Tigerettes field hockey team at athletics awards banquet

Item is a photograph of the Tigerettes field hockey team being presented with a plaque at the 1977 Athletics Awards banquet. A caption included in the file says "Still Jubilant after their national intercollegiate victory, the Tigerettes' field hockey team were further honored at the annual Athletics Awards banquet when they received a special plaque - and a rose each - from the Nova Scotia Department of Recreation."

Photograph of Tigerettes field hockey team at athletics awards banquet

Item is a photograph of the Tigerettes field hockey team being presented with a plaque at the 1977 Athletics Awards banquet. A newspaper caption attached to the back of the photograph says "Still Jubilant after their national intercollegiate victory, the Tigerettes' field hockey team were further honored at the annual Athletics Awards banquet when they received a special plaque - and a rose each - from the Nova Scotia Department of Recreation."
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