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Photograph of 20th Century Student sculpture

Item is a photograph of the sculpture "20th Century Student" by Reg Dockrill. The sculpture was erected on the corner of Uni­versity Avenue and Seymour Street in 1968 and removed in 2012 after an engineering report con­cluded that the six-metre-high steel sculpture had corroded on the inside and was “structurally damaged beyond repair."

Photograph of 20th Century Student sculpture

Item is a photograph of the sculpture "20th Century Student" by Reg Dockrill. The sculpture was erected on the corner of Uni­versity Avenue and Seymour Street in 1968 and removed in 2012 after an engineering report con­cluded that the six-metre-high steel sculpture had corroded on the inside and was “structurally damaged beyond repair."

Photograph of 20th Century Student sculpture

Item is a photograph of the sculpture "20th Century Student" by Reg Dockrill. The sculpture was erected on the corner of Uni­versity Avenue and Seymour Street in 1968 and removed in 2012 after an engineering report con­cluded that the six-metre-high steel sculpture had corroded on the inside and was “structurally damaged beyond repair."

Photograph of 20th Century Student sculpture

Item is a photograph of the sculpture "20th Century Student" by Reg Dockrill. The sculpture was erected on the corner of Uni­versity Avenue and Seymour Street in 1968 and removed in 2012 after an engineering report con­cluded that the six-metre-high steel sculpture had corroded on the inside and was “structurally damaged beyond repair."

Prominent Graduates and Achievers

Included are lists of 1931-1932 award winners, Dalhousians engaged in schools in the US, honorary degrees awarded (1892-1937), and Dalhousians who have achieveed some prominence in public life (listed by profession).

List of women graduates of Dalhousie up to 1900

Item is a typed list, created on January 7, 1943, of Dalhousie women graduates up to 1900, beginning with Margaret Florence Newcombe (1885) and ending with Elizabeth Helen Stewart (1900). There are 55 names on the list, which is annotated by hand with information about degrees granted, current occupations and addresses, and indicating those deceased. The second page contains handwritten notes about some of the graduates.

List of women graduates in dentistry

Item is a typed list of women graduates in dentistry, created on January 6, 1943. The list includes four names: Arabel Catherine MacKenzie (1919); Hazel Alice Thompson (1923); Mabel Angela St. John Magee (1924); and Roberta MacKenzie Forbes (1924). The second page contains an identical list, created January 7, 1943, with an expanded title, that includes "from Dalhousie University."

List of women graduates in medicine from Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS

Item is an undated typed list of women graduates in medicine from Dalhousie University, beginning with Annie Isabella Hamilton (1894) and ending with Mary Wheeler MacIntyre (1939/1940). The list is chronological and includes 51 names with graduation dates, name changes (i.e., marital status) and addresses, some of which are amended by hand.

List of women graduates in law

Item is a typed list of 15 women graduates in law, created on January 6, 1943, beginning with Frances Lilian Fish (1918) and ending with Maureen O'Mullin Allen (1941). The second page contains an identical list, created January 7, 1943, with an expanded title, that includes "from Dalhousie University."

List of women graduates in the Faculty of Arts and Science up to 1900

Item is a typed list, created 7 January 1943, of Dalhousie women graduates in the Faculty of Arts and Science. The list is chronological and alphabetical and includes addresses, notes about name changes (i.e., marital status), family connections and academic honours and areas of study, and is annotated by hand to indicate those deceased.

Correspondence between Helen Balcom, Dalhousie Alumni Secretary, and Bertha G. Oxner, Director of Women's Work at University of Saskatchewan

Item is a letter from Dalhousie Alumni Secretary, Helen Balcom, to Bertha Oxner at the University of Saskatchewan regarding the latter's written query about the history of early women graduates of Dalhousie University. Her letter makes reference to recently made lists, which are likely those listed elsewhere in this file (UA-32, Box 9, Folder 1, Items 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 9). Bertha Oxner's letter of response is also included.

List of women who received honorary degrees of Doctor of Laws from Dalhousie

Item is a typed list, dated January 7, 1943, of Dalhousie women who received honorary LLDs: Eliza Ritchie (1927); Jemima MacKenzie (1940); and Edith MacGregor Read (1942). The first page is mistakenly titled "Honorary Degrees of Bachelor of Laws (Women). The second and third pages contain a biographical sketch of each recipient under a title corrected to read Honorary Degrees of Doctor of Laws (L.L.D.).

Breaking barriers : report of the task force on access for Black and Native People

File contains a report presented to H.C. Clark. The report led to the formation of the Indigenous Blacks & Mi'kmaq (IB&M) Initiative at the Schulich School of Law in 1989. The initiative was launched to increase representation of Indigenous Blacks and Mi'kmaq in the legal profession in order to reduce discrimination.

Convocation - Electa MacLennan Address

File contains a typed copy of the address given by Electa MacLennan at a convocation ceremony in 1976. The file contains two copies of the address, one of which is in a duotang folder; a copy of the "Eight Commandments" as laid down by Dr. E. A. Electa MacLennan in the address; and a letter from E. A. Electa MacLennan to Dr. R. M. MacDonald.

MacLennan, Electa

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