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Photograph of Dr. Phillipp Schmidt-Schlegel, Dr. Friederich Gaede, Gayle Garlock, and Dean Betts

Item is a photograph of Dr. Phillipp Schmidt-Schlegel; Dr. Friederich Gaede (German department); Gayle Garlock (librarian); and Donald Betts (Dean of Arts and Science) looking at books in a display case. The photograph was taken on the occasion of the German consul donating money to the Killam Library at Dalhousie University.

Wilkins, Gina

Photograph of Dr. Phillipp Schmidt-Schlegel, Dr. Friederich Gaede, Gayle Garlock, and Dean Betts

Item is a photograph of Dr. Phillipp Schmidt-Schlegel; Dr. Friederich Gaede (German department); Gayle Garlock (librarian); and Donald Betts (Dean of Arts and Science) looking at books in a display case. The photograph was taken on the occasion of the German consul donating money to the Killam Library at Dalhousie University.

Wilkins, Gina

List of contents of the Infirmary Time Capsule

Item is a list of items found in the Halifax Infirmary Time Capsule. The list reads: Contents of the Infirmary Time Capsule / Holy Card and Medals / Pope Pius XI (card and medal) / Our Lady of Perpetual Hope (card and medal) / St. Therese (card - back says "Little flower please listen to our prayer" and medal) / Prayer card for the Beatification of Pius X / Mother Elizabeth Seton (card - back says "Mother Seton, pray for us and direct our work") / Saint Vincent DePaul (card - back says "Saint Joseph, be a father and protector to this Institute") / Our Lady (two medals) / Sacred Heart (badge) / Miniature statue of Our Lady in a medal case / Coins from the architect, Sydney P. Dumaresq / Local (on display) and international newspapers.

Photograph of inscription on stone laid for the construction of the Halifax Infirmary

Item is a photograph of the inscription on the stone laid for the construction of the Halifax Infirmary. This photograph was displayed at the exhibit for the Halifax Infirmary hosted at the W.K. Kellogg Health Science Library. Inscription reads: This Stone was laid by / His Excellency Most-Reverend / Thomas O'Donnell Archibishop / Of Halifax N.S. / June 23 1931 [...]

Halifax Herald quote about the construction of the Halifax Infirmary in 1931

Item is a quote from the Halifax Herald from 1931 about the construction of the Halifax Infirmary. Quote says: Halifax Herald. January 1, 1931 / "new Million Dollar Hospital for Halifax". The above is / the new Million Dollar Fireproof Hospital to be erected in / Halifax in 1931 by the Sisters of Charity, which when / finished will be one of the most modern and best / equipped hospitals on the continent... The hospital will / be erected on Queen Street and S.P. Dumaresq, who / designed i will supervise its construction told The / Herald yesterday, that the Hospital will contain features / never before attempted in Hospital construction on this / continent."

Newspaper headlines about the construction of the Halifax Infirmary in 1931

Item is a list of quotes from contemporary newspaper articles about the construction of the Halifax Infirmary in 1931. Quotes are as follows: Newspaper headlines from June, 1931 / The Halifax Mail, June 25, 1931 / "hurl Constable From Side of Fleeing Auto: Bullets Fail to Halt Car in "Get-Away. Constable / Pitts, of Nova Scotia Police, Struck Over Head With Crank as He Clung to Side of Alleged / Rum-Laden Car." / The Halifax Chronicle, June 25, 1931 / "Plane Reaches Germany; One for Denmark / "Miners Seeking Six-Hour to Relieve Jobless: Will consider Resolution at Today's Session of / District Conference in Sydney." / "Hurry Round the World" Post and Gatty Greeted By Huge Throngs in Berlin" / Halifax Herald, June 24, 1931 / "Globe Flyers Span Atlantic Ocean: Danes Now Over Ocean" / "Alderman Scores Street Repairs: Likens Robie St. To Tooth".
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