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Interview with Dalhousie president Doctor Howard Clarke

File is an audio reel containing an interview with Dalhousie president Doctor Howard Clarke on the pros and cons of provincial auditing. The interview was conducted by CKDU's Dan Gawthrope. The episode was recorded on November 7, and was broadcast on November 10 on Title Waves, a CKDU program.

Letter from Mary Dobie to James Dinwiddie

File contains a letter from Mary Dobie to James Dinwiddie. In the letter, Dobie thanks Dinwiddie for a Carnelian seal ring he sent to her as a gift. The letter was likely written sometime in the 1810s.

Photograph of Thomas McCulloch

File consists of two copies of a photograph of Dr. Thomas McCulloch. The original pastel drawing by Sir Daniel McNee, is dated in the 1840s. The photograph was selected for inclusion in the publication "The Lives of Dalhousie University, Vol. 1" by Peter B. Waite (page 53).

Abbreviations

A note at the top of the document indicates "from record of American and foreign shipping."

Photograph of Richard Weldon

File consists four copies of a photograph of Richard Weldon, Dalhousie University's first dean of law, 1883-1914..The photograph was selected for inclusion in the publication "The Lives of Dalhousie University, Vol. 1" by Peter B. Waite (page 139).

Photograph of Sir Charles Tupper

File consists of three copies of a photograph of Sir Charles Tupper, a Fathers of Confederation, about 1880. The photograph was selected for inclusion in the publication "The Lives of Dalhousie University, Vol. 1" by Peter B. Waite (page 92).

Sketch from Live and Fancy

Item is a reproduction of a sketch by A. Hendschel (probably Albert Louis Ulrich Hendschel) from Live and Fancy. The sketch shows an old man looking at a plant with a magnifying glass. An open umbrella is sitting on the ground.

Hendschel, A.

Portrait of Captain Jock Douglas

Item is a photograph of Captain Jock Douglas (or possibly Jack Douglas or Jonathan Douglas) of Maitland. The photograph was taken by Douglass of Brooklyn, New York.

Douglass

Library for Dalhousie University : first floor plan

Item is a sheet with two drawings of a second floor plan designed to serve as office and lecture spaces before being converted to a law library and eventually a university museum. One plan shows the space partitioned into a lecture hall, faculty room and offices to serve current needs; in the second it is laid out as a law library. There is also a small inset aerial perspective of the new (temporary) Arts Building in relation to the Science Building and Macdonald Library.

Draft floor plan for the Macdonald Library

Item is an unsigned sketch (likely by President Arthur MacKenzie) for the Macdonald Library that indicates two lecture rooms, a faculty room, offices for the president, bursar and secretary, and coat and toilet facilities for faculty.

Suggested plan for Studley campus

Item is a pencil sketch of a plan for Dalhousie University's Studley campus. The drawing was produced by President Arthur Stanley MacKenzie; written on the back is: "One of early attempts by ASM to design the campus. When slightly modified it became final design."

Photograph of the Dalhousie University Science Building

File consists of two copies of a photograph of the Dalhousie University Science Building. The building was the first erected on the Studley Campus in the 1910s. The photograph was selected for inclusion in the publication "The Lives of Dalhousie University, Vol. 1" by Peter B. Waite (page 219).

Scrapbook page with photographs of T.H. Raddall, Sr. in military uniform and standing with other officers in his rifle division

Item may have been a page in one of Thomas Head Raddall's photograph albums. The photographs are an assortment from T.H. Raddall, Sr.'s military career. The top photograph appears to be related to MS-2-202, Box 51, Folder 16, Item 2 in subseries Thomas Head Raddall's loose photographs, and was likely taken at the Reach Field shooting range in Hythe, Kent, England. The photograph on the bottom left is a duplicate of MS-2-202, Box 51, Folder 20, Item 2 in subseries Thomas Head Raddall's loose photographs, and was taken at Valcartier Camp, Quebec.

Photographs of George S. Campbell

Item consists of two copies of a photograph of George S. Campbell, chairman of the Dalhousie University Board of Governors, 1908-1927. This photograph was selected for possible inclusion in the publication "The Lives of Dalhousie University, Vol. 1" by Peter B. Waite.
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