Fonds consists of correspondence (1885-1936), publications (1894-1927), addresses (1889-1921), unpublished documents (1881-1923), including unpublished articles, a large number of lecture notes (1881-1923), research notes (1887-n.d.) and lab books (1887-1909). Other course materials include course examination papers written and collected by Dr. MacKenzie. Other materials in this fonds pertaining to Dr. MacKenzie’s personal life include his diaries (1883-1909), honours, pictures and memorabilia (1938-1949).
Ralston, J. R. - 1931 Rhoads, James, E. - 1891-1892 Rowland, C. - 1892 Royal Society of Canada - 1908 Rutherford, E. Joseph - 1905-1908 Scott, C.A. - 1904-1905 Shaw, I.M - 1931 Smith, Sidney - 1930 Smith, W.H. - 1930 Springsteen, Harry W. - 1905 Stanley, Carleton, W. - 1931 Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America - 1925-1937 Thomson, J. J. - 1904 Torey, Cliff - n.d. Tory, James C. - 1930 Wilson, George, E. - 1930 Yarmouth Academy Trustees - 1885-1886
File contains a newspaper clipping and a photocopy of the clipping featuring a portrait of Arthur Stanley MacKenzie, painted by Sir Wyly Grier. The portrait was presented to the university by the Arts and Science Class of 1926 in 1940.
File contains four postcards with photographs taken during a Dalhousie University reunion and centennial celebration in September 1919. The photographs show attendees standing on the front steps of the Macdonald Memorial Library; a procession of alumni or faculty; and a truck carrying stone tablets and a model of Dalhousie College.
Item is a postcard with a photograph taken at a Dalhousie University reunion in September 1919. The photograph shows a procession of alumni or faculty, including Arthur Stanley MacKenzie, wearing academic dress. They are standing in front of a group of people holding banners with graduation years.
Item is a photograph of Arthur Stanley MacKenzie, the Duke of Connaught, and Mr. Campbell by a gazebo at the cornerstone laying ceremony for the Science Building (now the Chemistry Building) at Dalhousie University.
Item is a reproduction of a sketch by A. Hendschel (probably Albert Louis Ulrich Hendschel) from Live and Fancy. The sketch shows an old man looking at a plant with a magnifying glass. An open umbrella is sitting on the ground.
File contains a print and a metal engraving plate of a photograph taken at the cornerstone laying ceremony for Shirreff Hall at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows the Prince of Wales, Arthur Stanley MacKenzie, and other unidentified people sitting or standing on a platform at the event.
File contains two photographs of H. Harris Brown taken in Garden House in Chelsea, London. The photographs show Brown sitting in a room with sculptures and other artwork. The photographs were sent to Arthur Stanley MacKenzie as Christmas greetings.
Item is a photograph of Harris Brown taken in Garden House in Chelsea, London. Harris is sitting on a stool next to an ornate fireplace with a mirror and sculptures. The photograph was sent to Arthur Stanley MacKenzie as a Christmas and New Year greeting card.
Item is a photograph taken during the unveiling of plaques in honour of Dalhousie University's first three presidents. The photograph shows J. W. "Lucky" Logan; Mrs. McCulloch (granddaughter of Thomas McCulloch, first president of Dalhousie College); and Arthur Stanley MacKenzie (President) standing on the front steps of the Forrest Building as McCulloch and Logan unveil the plaques.
Item consists of two copies of a photograph taken during the unveiling of plaques in honour of Dalhousie University's first three presidents. The photograph shows Arthur Stanley MacKenzie standing on the front steps of the Forrest Building and wearing academic dress.
Item consists of four copies of a photograph taken during the unveiling of plaques in honour of Dalhousie University's first three presidents. The photograph shows J.W. (Lucky) Logan (BA. 1894, MA 1909); Miss McCulloch (granddaughter of Thomas McCulloch, Dalhousie's first president); Mrs. James Ross (daughter-in-law of James Ross, Dalhousie's second president); Miss Jean Forrest (daughter of John Forrest, Dalhousie's third president); and Arthur Stanley MacKenzie (President) standing on the front steps of the Forrest Building with the three plaques.
Item is a photograph taken during a Dalhousie University reunion in 1938. The photograph shows a procession of alumni, graduates, faculty, or other people walking across Dalhousie's Studley campus. The Macdonald Library (Macdonald building) and Science Building (Chemistry Building) are visible in the background.
Item consists of two copies of a photograph of a funeral procession for Arthur Stanley MacKenzie. The photograph shows a car followed by a long line of people, driving between two other rows of people.
Fonds consists primarily of meeting minutes, membership and attendance lists, programmes, a copy of the club’s sixty-fifth anniversary cookbook, correspondence, and miscellaneous papers which include photos and records related to the club’s anniversary events.