Item is a photograph of President Henry Hicks, on a Caterpillar Bulldozer breaking ground for the Weldon Law Building. The photograph was selected for inclusion in the publication "The Lives of Dalhousie University, Vol. 2" by Peter B. Waite (page 257). A second photograph and a photographic negative can be found in MS-2-718, PB Box 13, Folder 54.
File contains photographs of E. Smith (items 1, 2); Brian Hall (items 1, 2); M.L. Cameron (items 1, 2); Buchannon (items 1, 2); H.H. McNeill (items 1, 2); W. A. MacKay (items 1, 2); Henry Hicks (items 3, 4); Guy R. McLean (items 3, 4); A. Peter Ruderman (items 3, 4); Dean MacKay (item 5); G. R. MacLean (item 5); C.B. Stewart (item 5); J. D. McLean (item 5); R. M. MacDonald (item 5); and H.B.S. Cooke (item 5). - Photographs taken by Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited (items 3-5).
File contains photographs and drawings of Henry Hicks taken during his political career and during his time as President of Dalhousie University. File also includes photographs of Gene Hicks (Mrs. Henry Hicks); Alex Scott; A. Murray MacKay; S.C. Oland; Leo J. Burke; Ross Flemington; Elderkin; Eddy; Robb; Robert L. Stanfield; Donald McInnes; Gene Morison; Keith Johnson; W. Blair Dymond; W.R. Smith; Guy R. MacLean; Lloyd MacPherson; J. Donald Hatcher; Robert MacDonald; MacKeigan; Regan; Cumming; Stephen H. Stackpole; Michael MccGwire; Michael Kirby; Alice Moore; and other unidentified people.
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.
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 collage or scrapbook page of photographs of Henry Hicks and captions for the photographs. Some of the captions are quotes from Hicks. Most of the photographs show Hicks talking and sitting at a desk.