Item is a composite class portrait of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law class of 1919. The photograph consists of portraits of James McGregor Stewart; W. J. Ahearn [O'Hearn]; Hon. R. E. Harris; Arthur Stanley MacKenzie (President); Benjamin Russell; Humphrey Mellish; John E. Read; James Edward Rutledge; T. W. Murphy; Robert David McCleave; E. R. Macnutt; F. H. Bell; William B. Wallace; Emelyn Laura Mackenzie; MacInnis [McInnes], Caroline Isabel; George Patterson; Edmund P. Allison; John Archibald Walker; T. R. Robertson; Donald A. MacRae; and Donald Vaughan White arranged around a photograph of the Forrest Building.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1902 Dalhousie University law faculty and class. The photograph consists of portraits of eight faculty and eleven class members. Students consist of: E.N. Rhodes; N.J.. Lockhart; Frank B.A. Chipman; J. Philip Bill; A.C. Calder; W.J. Harris; W.R. MacDonald; J.W.P. Ritchie; P.J. Worsley; Robert A. Reid; and R.A. Squires. Faculty members consist of: G.A.R. Rowlings; R.E. Harris; R.C. Weldon (Dean); C.H. Canan; H. McInnes; Geo. Ritchie; C.B. Harrington; and B. Russell.
File contains a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law class of 1906. The photograph consists of portraits of B. D. McDonald; M. Elliott; W. S. Morrisey; L. A. Seller; G. H. Sterne; J. W. G. Morrison; W. A. Henry, L.L.B.; J. A. Chisolm, L.L.B.; A. A. McGillivray; J. E. Chisolm; H. A. Lovitt, L.L.B.; H. McInnes, L.L.B.; A. D. MacIntosh; J. B. Lyons; B. T. Graham; B. Russell, J.S.C.; Dean Weldon, Ph.D., K.C.; W. B. Wallace, J.C.C.; E. C. Locke; and E. B. Ross arranged in several rows with a photograph of the Forrest Building.
Item is a panoramic photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law convocation in 1952. The photograph was used by Ansul in their "First Special Issue." The photograph is a smaller copy of print: PC1 34.67.13 (A96).
File contains photographs taken at the opening of the Weldon Law Building at Dalhousie University, including the unveiling of a plaque in honour of Sir James Dunn and the dedication of the Sir James Dunn Law Library. The photographs show Lady Beaverbrook, Henry Hicks, Horace Read, and other guests.
File contains three photographic collages of sections A-C of the Dalhousie Faculty of Law in 1982-1983. The collages consist of photographs of each student holding up a sign with their name and there is also a name tag attached to each photograph. The file also contains transparency reproductions of each collage and a large photograph with reproductions of all three collages.
File contains eight photographs taken in the Sir James Dunn Law Library in the Weldon Law Building at Dalhousie University. The photographs show various rooms and areas in the library and people working or reading in the library. Some of the photos were taken for an issue of Ansul.
File contains photographs of the exterior of the University Club at Dalhousie University, previously known as the Arts Building, then the Law School. The photographs show the front and sides of the building.
File contains photographs taken in the University Club at Dalhousie University, previously known as the Arts Building and the Law Building. The photographs show the library in the Law Building and the men's common room in the Arts Building.