File comprises Dalhousie's academic calendars for the 1920-1921 to 1923-1924 sessions. Calendars include information such as time tables, important academic dates, courses of instruction, degree requirements, fees and scholarship opportunities and examinations for the Faculty of Arts and Science, Dentistry, Medicine and Law, as well as matriculation exams and dates. They also contain lists of the members of Senate, the Board of Governors, academic staff and students, as well as outlining the history of the university, its regulations, societies and facilities.
File comprises picture postcards of the entrance gateway to Studley Campus; Shirreff Hall; Shirreff Hall men's common room; Dalhousie Arts Building; MacDonald Memorial Library reading room; Forrest Building; Science Building; Medical Sciences Laboratory; Nova Scotia Archives (Sexton Campus); and University of King's College.
File consists of two copies of two architectural elevation drawings of the front facades for the Institute for Resource and Environmental Studies buildings located at 1308 and 1318 Robie Street, Halifax, N.S.
This file contains two copies of the programs for the Spring 2017 Convocation, including information for the Honorary Degree recipients. Honorary Degrees were awarded to: Len Siren; Ronald D. Stewart; Elizabeth Gallion Cromwell; Steve Blank; Carol Lillian Richards; Nergiis Mavalvala; Kenneth Davis; Chantal St-Cyr-Hebert; and Ferne Downey. This file also contains two copies of the Fall 2017 Convocation, including information for the Honorary Degree recipients, who included: Michael Burns, Dr. Michael I. Posner, Dr. Susan Sherwin.
Item is a 1935 Dalhousie University yearbook, 18 pages, black and white. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 16. This yearbook is without images of the graduates and athletes.