File contains three portraits of Arthur Stanley MacKenzie. The portraits include a reproduction of a painting by H. Harris Brown; a caricature-style drawing; and a newspaper clipping of a portrait of Mackenzie by Wyly Grier.
File contains three copies of a photograph of Prof. H. A. Bumstead making a vacuum to split atoms at Cambridge University in the Cavendish Laboratory. A. S. MacKenzie is visible in the background, measuring a magnetic field.
This fonds consists of photographs; audiovisual materials; newspaper clippings; pamphlets and posters; Dalhousie publications and other printed material; student and personnel files; correspondence; manuscripts; reports created by or reviewed by senior administration; financial materials including accounts payable and receivable documents, budgets, and ledgers; legal documents, including deeds and leases; diaries; scrapbooks; meeting minutes and agendas; academic plans; speeches; and other documents related to the senior administration’s sphere of responsibility.
Item is a photograph taken during a Dalhousie University reunion in 1924. The photograph shows a ceremony held on the front steps of Halifax City Hall, on the location of the original Dalhousie College. President Arthur Stanley MacKenzie is standing at the front of the ceremony.
Item is a photograph taken during a Dalhousie University reunion in 1924. The photograph shows Arthur Stanley MacKenzie with two unidentified men in uniform at a ceremony held at Halifax City Hall, the location of the original Dalhousie College.
Item is a photograph taken during a Dalhousie University reunion in 1924. The photograph shows G. S. Campbell and President Arthur Stanley MacKenzie standing on the front steps of the Macdonald Memorial Library (Macdonald Building).
Item is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Arts and Science faculty and class of 1907. The photograph consists of portraits of J. Forrest; R. C. Weldon; W. Murray; J. E. Woodman; H. Murray; E. MacKay; A. MacMechan; J. Liechti; E. B. Jack; D. A. Murray; F. H. Sexton; R. A Watson; F. G. Knight; R. E. Dickie; W. P. Grant; G. F. Murphy; M. Payson; F. M. Cunningham; C. I. Gourley; J. T. Archibald; J. B. Gilliott; R. J. Bethune; A. Rettie; A. G. Macaulay; E. Fraser; J. H. Prowse; A. S. McKenzie; H. P. Jones; F. T. McLeod; A. F. Matthews; G. D. Finlayson; S. Rettie; J. MacKinnon; J. R. Miller; M. G. Burris; J. J. Macritchie; C. H. Patterson; M. E. Kerr; W. H. Sweet; H. F. McRae; B. L. Mackay; C. L. Blois; R. W. Maclellan; and D. S. Wickwire arranged in several rows around a photograph of the Forrest Building.
File contains photographs of the Dalhousie University faculty and class of 1913. The photographs include individual portraits of J. B. Dickie; W. A. Grant; F. F. McLellan; D. J. Morrison; W. R. Auld; C. G. Smith; J. D. Irving; L. K. Smith; D. A. Guildford; O. S. McCurdy; S. W. Gray; F. D. Graham; M. Ferguson; A. R. Yeoman; C. A. MacKay; W. S. Irving; C. B. Henry; N. E. MacKay; J. S. MacDonald; M. I. MacIntosh; H. Steeves; J. Fraser; A. L. B. Umlah; M. I. McLeod; M. M. Currie; M. L. Clayton; W. M. Nelson; L. C. MacKinley; H. A. Smith (Class Secretary); V. P. Cunningham; L. B. Campbell; K. E. Allen; C. Crowe; M. W. Nicoll (Class Vice-President); G. D. Floyd; W. M. Billman; G. M. Sibley; K. Morrison; W. A. MacQuarrie; E. H. Milne; H. K. MacMahon; G. M. Lewis; W. S. Irving; R. F. Yeoman; B. C. Salter; F. A. Heffler; J. B. Carson; G. H. Henderson; J. W. MacArthur; A. H. MacKinnon; C. R. Hawkins; R. A. Clemen; J. R. Cornelius; C. G. Sutherland; M. MacNeill (M.A.); C. D. Howe (S.B.); H. L. Bronson (Ph.D.); J. A. Estey (Ph.D); H. P. Jones (Ph.D.); H. Murray (L.L.D.); J. K. Swanson (Class President); R. C. Weldon (Ph.D.); D. S. McIntosh (M.Sc.); E. MacKay (Ph.D); A. MacMechan (Ph.D.); C. L. Moore (M.A.); J. Laird (M.A); R. Magill (Ph.D.); John Forrest (D.D., Ex-President); A. S. MacKenzie (Ph.D., President); and the Dalhousie College Building. The individual photographs were removed from a larger composite.
Item consists of two copies of the Dalhousie University Bulletin, Inauguration Number 4, from the inauguration of Carleton W. Stanley as president of Dalhousie University. The bulletin contains the program of the event, a photograph of Stanley, transcriptions of addresses given at the event, and a list of delegates from other universities.
File contains photograph of Arthur Stanley MacKenzie, the Duke of Connaught, and Mr. Campbell at the cornerstone laying ceremony for the Science Building (now the Chemistry Building) at Dalhousie University.
Item is a photograph of Harris Brown sitting in Garden House in Chelsea, London. There are paintings and sculptures in the room around Harris. 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); Mrs. James Ross (daughter-in-law of James Ross, second president of Dalhousie); and Arthur Stanley MacKenzie (President) standing on the front steps of the Forrest Building.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1925 Dalhousie University pharmacy faculty and class. The photograph consists of portraits of E. M. MacLeod (Lecturer); D. S. MacDongald; W. B. Wilson; W. A. MacLeod; R. MacKeen; H. A. Harold; Professor E. W. Todd; G. A. Burbidge (Dean); J. D. Alexander (President); C. G. Fulton; H. P. Bell; G. M. Henderson; G. A. Grant; R. A. Freeman; A. Trask (Lecturer); C. A. Robbins; B. F. MacDonald; A. R. Miller; J. D. Walsh (Lecturer); A. S. MacKenzie (President); T. F. White; J. F. Power; J. MacKnight (Lecturer); and D. B. Smallwood arranged around a photograph of the Forrest Building.
Item is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law class of 1926. The photograph consists of portraits of F. W. Bissett; A. B. Morton; C. N. Bissett; A. R. Hull; R. J. Byrne; R. C. Wilson; G. J.. Ross; P. J. Lewis; C. R. Coughlan; G. E. Mills; M. M. McIntyre; D. McInnes; G. O. Ryte; C. D. Parks; J. W. Longley; H. E. Read; S. E. Smith; N. D. Blanchard; Bertrand Joseph Spencer Pitt (B.J.S. Pitt); W. E. Thompson; Cleave Mc. I.; D. A. MacRae; A. S. MacKenzie (President); J. E. Read (Dean); W. C. MacDonald; M. B. Archibald; T. W. Murphy; H. F. Munro; C. J. Burchell; A. I. MacDonald; R. F. Yeoman; and F. D. M. Jones arranged around a photograph of the Forrest Building.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1916 faculty and class of the Dalhousie University faculties of Arts, Science, and Engineering. The photograph consists of portraits of M. R. Dawson; N. E. McDonald; J. A. Nicholson; R. C. MacDonald; J. M. Fraser; F. C. Lantz; C. L. Moore; J. E. Todd; H. Murray; A. S. MacKenzie (President); H. L. Stewart; H. P. Jones; A. MacMechan; J. N. Finlayson; M. Macneill; H. R. Theakston; G. L. Stairs; G. P. Brookfield; H. A. McCleave; S. MacDonald; R. B. Mooney; E. MacKay; D. A. MacRae; D. S. MacIntosh; P. L. Whitman; W. B. Musgrave; M. A. Rogers; C. W. Holland; F. H. M. Jones; J. P. Matin; J. E. Webster; C. P. Blakeley; D. F. Marshall; C. H. Crosby; Dr. F. Harris; H. L. Bronson; J .R. Lawley; E. B. McLatchey; R. F. B. Campbell; H. Allum; P. L. Wright; F. L. Moseley; E. F. Whyte; H. A. Wilson; J. H. McLeod; E. H. Dawson; F. P. Malcolm; M. L. Power; U. Blois; G. L. Palmer; H. Mowat; J. M. Wyte; D. Nicholson; M. A. Ross; U. F. Shreve; L. S. Creighton; B. Hall; A. J. McInnes; E. M. Montgomery; L. J. Bayne; C. W. Ritchie; W. Pallen; A. G. Meloin; P. Freeman; G. R. Holmes; R. D. MacNutt; M. C. Fraser (Life Vice President); C. A. Pugsley (Life President); C. F. MacLennan (Life Secretary Treasurer); C. E. B. Smith; W. A. Wood; M. F. Johnstone; A. Ross; J. H. Ryan; and N. L. Chipman arranged in several rows along with photographs of the Forrest building and three other buildings.
Part is an original Arthur Lismer sketch of Arthur Stanley Mackenzie. The drawing is laid out on a grid, using pencil on tracing paper, and is probably an early study for an illustration commissioned for One hundred years of Dalhousie, 1818–1918 (1920). Ultimately, none of Lismer's portraits of President Mackenzie was published; the book featured a photographic portrait.
Item is an original Arthur Lismer pen and ink portrait of Arthur Stanley Mackenzie wearing a suit jacket and tie, commissioned for—but not used in—One hundred years of Dalhousie, 1818–1918 (1920). The publication featured instead a photographic portrait of President Mackenzie.
Item is an original Arthur Lismer pen and ink portrait of Arthur Stanley Mackenzie wearing academic robes, commissioned for—but not used in—One hundred years of Dalhousie, 1818–1918 (1920). Although the background appears unfinished, the drawing has been highlighted with white gouache, as if in preparation for reproduction. The publication featured instead a photographic portrait of President Mackenzie.
Part is an unfinished Arthur Lismer portrait of Arthur Stanley Mackenzie, commissioned for One hundred years of Dalhousie, 1818–1918 (1920). While the face appears in detail, the body is only roughly sketched. This is one of several very similar Lismer portraits of President Mackenzie, none of which was published in the centenary book, in which a photographic portrait was used. The image was reproduced in P.B. Waite, The Lives of Dalhousie University, volume one, 1818–1925 (1994), accompanied by the caption: "A Lismer sketch done from life in 1919."
Item is a letter written by James Baxter to President McKenzie (Arthur Stanley), written in Chatham on 2 November 1917 on letterhead from the Dominion of Canada Quarantine Station of the Public Health Branch of the Department of Agriculture. The letter refers to Baxter's attendance at both the Presbyterian seminary in Truro and Dalhousie College in Halifax in the 1850s and 1860s, and mentions enclosed course tickets and notebooks.
Item is a reproduction of a painting of Arthur Stanley MacKenzie. The portrait shows MacKenzie sitting with his hand on a pile of books. The portrait was painted by H. Harris Brown in 1923. The mat is dated April 1926.