Item is a photograph of Sister Catherine Wallace, past president of Mount Saint Vincent University, receiving the Order of Canada in Ottawa, Ontario. The photograph shows Hon. Daniel Roland Michener presenting the award to Wallace.
File contains photographs of Sister Marie Agnes; Sister Marie Agnes receiving Mount Saint Vincent University's first honorary degree; Assisi Hall at Mount Saint Vincent University; the new Ston building at Mount Saint Vincent University; and Sister Catherine Wallace receiving the Order of Canada in Ottawa, Ontario.
Item is a photograph of the First National Conference of Canadian Students in Toronto, Ontario. The conference took place from December 28, 1922 to January 2, 1923. The photograph shows students from the University of Toronto, University of Saskatchewan, University of Alberta, Western University, Queens University, University of British Columbia, McGill University, University of Manitoba, Acadia University, Mount Allison University, Dalhousie University, King's College, University of New Brunswick, Prince of Wales College, and Ontario Agricultural College (?) standing in a large group in front of a building and holding signs with the names of their universities.
File is 48 color slides of the W.K. Kellogg Health Science Library shortly after its construction in 1967 as well as photos of the libraries at McMaster University and Memorial University of Newfoundland.
File is a Newspress Portfolio on Dr. Jason Albert Hannah from 1958. Portfolio has printing on recto and verso. Two items and digital objects PC1, Box 65, Folder 43, Item 1(recto) and PC1, Box 65, Folder 43, Item 2 (verso) of the portfolio.
Item is the recto of newspress portfolio on Jason Albert Hannah. Text of cover page: Newspress Portfolio / released 1958 / Containing latest data / and original portrait of / Jason Albert Hannah, / B.A., M.D., C.M. / Toronto, ONT. / Trans=Canada Press / publishers of / The Canadian Who's Who / Editorial Offices 392 Bay Street / Toronto, Ontario . Text of back page: Served with Canadian Expeditionary Force, 1916-19. / Married: Ruth Agnes Lyons, 2 September 1929; one daughter / Katherine Ann. / Conservative. / United Church of Canada (is a member of and served as / Steward and Elder, Rosedale United Church). / Recreations: Gardening, Photography, Flying. / Clubs: Toronto Flying; Ontario County Flying; Hart House / Faculty Union. / Residence: 9 Nesbitt Drive, Toronto, Ontario.
Item is the verso of newspress portfolio on Jason Albert Hannah. Text: Photo by Ashley & Crippen / Jason Albert Hannah / HANNAH, Jason Albert, B.A., M.D., C.M. / Managing Director, Associated Medical Services Incorporated, (an organization enabling the individual to pre-pay the cost of illness by budgeting in advance, at a rate made possible by distributing expense over a large group of people for a long period of time) - 615 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario. / Member of Council, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario (second term); Representative of District Five in College of Physicians and Surgeons in Ontario (Chairman of Finance, Property and Printing); member, Board of Trade, Toronto, Ont. / Born: Stittsville,Ontario, 11 November 1899; son of Samuel Hannah and Margaret Jane (Brown) Hannah. / Educated: Queen's University, Kingston Ontario, B.A. 1926, M.D., C.M. 1928 (Chief Justice of Asculapian Court [Student Government] 1927-1928); Richardson Fellow in Pathology, Queen's University 1928-1929; George Christian Hoffman Fellow in Pathology, Edinburgh University 1929-1930. / Medical Officer, Petawawa Military Camp and Acting District Medical Officer, M.D. 2, June-September 1929; Neuro-Pathologist, Province of Ontario (engaged on research on nervous and mental diseases, Banting Institute) 1930-1937; organized Associated Medical Services Incorporated 19347. / Publications: Various articles and papers in medical journals in Canada, U.K., and U.S. including (medical) "Two Cases of Undulent Fever" April 1929, "Aetiology of Sudbura Haematoma: Anatomical and Pathological Study" August 1936, "Case of Alzheimer's Disease with Neuropathological Findings" October 1936; (medical economics) "Industry, Health and Medical Economics" December 1937, "Some Problems Facing Industry and the Medical Profession in Relation to Health Insurance" March 1943, "A Plan to Provide Taxepayers with Adequate Medical Protections at Reasonable Cost" May 1949. / Member, Medico-Legal Society; Toronto Academy of Medicine; Ontario Medical Association; Canadian Medical Association; Ontario Association of Pathologists; Hart House; active in the formation of the Civil Air Emergency Corporation. / ...continuted [ on recto].
Item is a photograph of a meeting of the Canadian commission to the United Nations Ecenomic, Social and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) at the Chateau Laurier in Ottawa. Henry Hicks, the vice-president of the commission, is seated at the far right and the president of the commission is speaking at a podium. Hicks was president of the commission from 1963 to 1967.
Item is a photograph of and unidentified person and Henry Hicks sitting at a table while another unidentified person speaks at a podium. The photograph was taken at a UNESCO conference, probably a meeting of the Canadian commission to UNESCO.
File is a photograph of the attendants of the First National Conference on Medical Services Canada. The conference was held in Ottawa on December 18, 1924. Individuals identified are as follows: from left to right: 1. Fitsgerald 2. Connell 3. Young 4. Arthur, Low, Kidd, Primrose, Amyot, Carder, Bates, Roulley, Austin, Connell, Roulley, unknonw, Melvin, Young, McCullough, Thorton, Young, Wright, M. Callum, Leask, Bert Merson, Laidlaw, Orr, Larkin, MacKay, Noble, Wodehouse, Graham, Normand, Guerin, McLeod, Cruickshank, Prof. Henderson, Dr. Garner, Poole, McKippon, Rehfuss, McCallum, Chisholm, MacLaren, M.P.