Item is a photograph of the original Dalhousie College building. There is know on the ground and two figures standing by a tree in front of the building. The photograph is mounted on a matboard. There is a caption on the matboard which says "Dalhousie College, Halifax, Nova Scotia."
Item consists of two photographs printed on the same piece of photo paper. One photograph is printed upside-down. One photograph shows students sitting at desks in a classroom. The second photograph shows students sitting at tables in a library.
Item is one black and white positive photographic slide of the new monument to Pelletier and Canventou, a large, nude, reclining statue on a plinth that is engraved with the text "L'AN 1820 LES PHARMACIENS/ PELLETIER ET CAVENTOU/ FIRENT LA DECOUVERTE"
Item is one black and white positive photographic slide of a hand drawn map of South America including Venezuela, Columbia, Peru, Ecuador, and Bolivia. Map has smaller labels applied to areas with lines.
Item, a photograph, promotes country singer Hank Snow for the radio station WSM. Snow is noted in the promotional information to be the star of the station, an exclusive RCA Victor Recording Artist, and under the station management of Norm Riley. A brief message and Snow's autograph are located in the top left hand corner of the promotional image.
Item, a photograph, is related to material in Thomas Head Raddall's photograph album, 1917-1927. A quote from singer Byron G. Harlan is written on the back: "Where the sunset turns the ocean's blue to gold."
Item may have been a page in one of Thomas Head Raddall's photograph albums. The photographs on the reverse side are related to MS-2-202, Box 55, Folder 17, Item 12 in subseries Thomas Head Raddall's loose photographs.