File contains photographs of the Public Archives buildng, now known as the Chase Building. The building is located on Dalhousie University' Studley campus. The photographs show the archives building from different angles.
Item is a photograph of several men standing on a stage during an invocation at the laying of the cornerstone of the public archives building. The photograph shows G. Fred Pearson; Hon. V. Massey; Hon. W. Phillips; Hon. C. H. Cahan; Sir Cyril Fuller; A. R. Cobb; J. C. Webster; Chief Justice Harris; J. McG. Stewart; and Flag Lt. Eveleigh standing in two rows on the stage with their heads bowed.
Item is a photograph of Granville Street in the 19th century. The photograph shows four storefronts on Granville Street, with some people standing on the sidewalk. There are notes written in pen on the photograph with the names of some stores (or maybe people) on that street.
Item a photograph of buildings along Brunswick Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, across the street from the citadel. The buildings include the former Halifax High School, which was also the first home of the Dalhousie Law School.
Item is a photograph of buildings along Brunswick Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, across the street from the citadel. The buildings include the former Halifax High School, which was also the first home of the Dalhousie Law School.
Item is a photograph taken from the woods near Shirreff Hall at Dalhousie University. The photograph was taken from a wooden pathway in the woods looking toward the side of Shirreff Hall. The photograph was printed from a nitrate negative.
File contains photographs of buildings at Dalhousie University's Sexton Campus, previously known as the Nova Scotia Technical College and the Technical University of Nova Scotia (TUNS). The photographs show the Ralph M. Medjuck Building of Architecture and Planning or H Building; the G. H. Murray Building or G Building; the F. H. Sexton Memorial Gymnasium; students in a classroom; and other photographs from around the campus.