Item is a photograph from the 27th convention of the Canadian Pharmaceutical Association which took place in Halifax, Nova Scotia from August 6th to August 9th, 1939. The photograph is a group picture of the attendees of this convention.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1907 Dalhousie University Medical Faculty and Class. The photograph consists of portraits of G. M. Campbell; D. A. Campbell; A. W. H. Lindsay; N. F. Cunningham; L. M. Silver; M. Chisholm; M. A. Curry; W. H. Hattie; N. E. MacKay; H. D. Chisholm; P. McF. Carter; J. MacDonald; B. A. LeBlanc; and R. O. Shatford arranged around photographs of exteriors of the Forrest Building and two other buildings.
Item is a photograph of the 1899 Dalhousie Football Team. The photograph shows J. McKenzie; E. H. Faulkner; A. M. Lindsay; E. B. Roach; J. L. Cock; L. H. Cumming; T. C. Hebb; H. Hawboldt; J. Malcolm; D. Jardine; A. H. S. Murray; J. L. Potter; L. B. McKenzie; W. L. Hall; J. H. Crocker; N. J. Lockhart; A. G. Young; and R. T. Mcllreith sitting or standing in three rows with a football, a stool, and a baby doll.
Item is a photograph of Charles Fenerty, a native of Lower Sackville, NS. A caption is printed on the photograph which reads: "Charles Fenerty: Inventor of the process of producing paper from spruce wood pulp, he made his method public in 1844. Born in Upper Sackville, N. S., January 1821, he died at Lower Sackville, N. S., June 1892 at the age of 71."
Item is a photograph of the 1906 Dalhousie Football Team. The photograph shows D. A. Cameron, Alison Fraser, M. G. Burris, John Rankin. R. W. MacLellan, N. C. Nickerson, H. Waldo Flemming, E. K. MacLellan, and others sitting or standing in three rows with a football and a trophy.
Item is a photograph of the 1928 Dalhousie University Intercollegiate girls' basketball team. The photograph shows Jacqueline Dumares (Centre); Allene MacCurdy (Forward); Alice Atherton (Captain, Forward); Helen Sexton (Manager, Centre); Betty Freeman (Guard); Lillian Barnstead (Guard); Eileen Cameron (Side Centre); Jean Fraser (Side Centre); Isobel Wasa (Forward); and W.E. Stirling (Coach) standing or kneeling in three rows.
Item is a photograph of the 1928 Dalhousie girls' basketball team. The photograph shows Bertha MacPhail; Edna Clancy; Sterling (Coach); Helen Marshall; Marjorie Marshall; Carol Hawkins; Marge Kennedy; and Marion Campbell sitting or standing in two rows with a trophy.
Item is a photograph of the 1928 Dalhousie girls' basketball team. The photograph shows Bertha MacPhail; Edna Clancy; Helen Marshall; Marjorie Marshall; Carol Hawkins; Marge Kennedy; and Marion Campbell standing around a trophy and holding it up together.
Item is a photograph of the 1924 Dalhousie University Girls Basketball Team. The photograph shows Edith Macneil; Carol Hawkins (Captain); Markorie Kennedy; Allison MacCurdy; Harriett Roberts; Elinor Barnstead; Marion Campbell; and Mabel Borden sticking their heads through holes in a backdrop.
File contains three copies of a photograph of the Dalhousie College Barrington Street campus. The photograph shows the original college building, which was built in 1818 and was torn down in 1887. One of the copies is a mirror image of the original photograph.
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."
Item is a photograph of the 1920 Dalhousie girls' basketball team. The photograph shows Armitage; Helene Sandford; Roberta Bond; Esther Crichton; Connie Young; and Laura Smith lying down in a row, propped up on their elbows and holding a basketball.
Item is a photograph of the 1921 Dalhousie girls' basketball team. The photograph shows Reynolds; Roberta Bond; Marian Clark; Eva Mador; Connie Young; Armitage; and Mador sitting in two rows with a basketball.