Fonds includes records related to the Community Planning Association of Canada, Dalhousie Law School, Royal Canadian Air Force, personal correspondence, copies of deeds, legal agreements and wills, and printed materials.
Fonds consists primarily of correspondence from the period during which Weldon was a Member of Parliament, and includes personal and business letters. There are also telegrams, bills, invoices, and a geometry textbook from Weldon's studies at Mount Allison. Also included are prints of family photographs, circa 1870's-1890's.
Item is a photograph of the Faculty of Law class of 1887. The photorgaph shows W. A. Lyons; E. M. Macdonald; Fraser; D. A. MacKinnon; J. A. S. Russell; G. Judson Burrell; Gordon Cluney; T. J. Carten; Chas. W. Lane; and H. F. M. Latchy sitting or standing in three rows.
File contains a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University law faculty and class of 1891-1892. The photograph consists of portraits of the faculty and students arranged on a background that resembles lace.
Item is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Law faculty and class of 1893. The photograph consists of portraits of Richard Bedford Bennett and other students and faculty arranged in several rows.
This fonds consists of a variety of materials related to all aspects of Read's career. The fonds includes a range of correspondence; biographical records pertaining to Read himself such as newspaper clippings and a curriculum vitae; conference papers; various association files and Dalhousie committee files; lecutres; souvenirs from Read's military career that include certificates, miniature medals, a records of military service; published and printed workds; committee files related to the Nova Scotia Labour Relations Board, the Nova Scotia Royal Commission on Auto Insurance, Uniformity of Legislation in Canada, the King's Regulation Revision Committee; and photographs (primarily of Read during the War or attending various functions).
Item is a composite photograph of the 1902 Dalhousie University law faculty and class. The photograph consists of portraits of eight faculty and eleven class members. Students consist of: E.N. Rhodes; N.J.. Lockhart; Frank B.A. Chipman; J. Philip Bill; A.C. Calder; W.J. Harris; W.R. MacDonald; J.W.P. Ritchie; P.J. Worsley; Robert A. Reid; and R.A. Squires. Faculty members consist of: G.A.R. Rowlings; R.E. Harris; R.C. Weldon (Dean); C.H. Canan; H. McInnes; Geo. Ritchie; C.B. Harrington; and B. Russell.
Item is a photograph of the Dalhousie Law Ice Hockey Team in 1904. The photograph shows B.T. Graham, L.H. Fenerty, J.A. Redmond, M.W. Eagar, H.A. Dickie, H.B.A. Dickey (Captain), R. Trites, T.B. Gilpin (Manager), B.S. Corey, and A.A. McGillivray sitting or standing in three rows with hockey sticks and a trophy.
File contains a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law class of 1906. The photograph consists of portraits of B. D. McDonald; M. Elliott; W. S. Morrisey; L. A. Seller; G. H. Sterne; J. W. G. Morrison; W. A. Henry, L.L.B.; J. A. Chisolm, L.L.B.; A. A. McGillivray; J. E. Chisolm; H. A. Lovitt, L.L.B.; H. McInnes, L.L.B.; A. D. MacIntosh; J. B. Lyons; B. T. Graham; B. Russell, J.S.C.; Dean Weldon, Ph.D., K.C.; W. B. Wallace, J.C.C.; E. C. Locke; and E. B. Ross arranged in several rows with a photograph of the Forrest Building.
Item is a photograph of the 1913-1914 executive of students from the Faculty of Law at Dalhousie University. The photorgaph shows H. H. Pineo; M. A. Patterson (Vice President); F. G. Bradley (President); W. F. Lane; C. H. Barry; and E. R. McNutt (Secretary) sitting or standing in a group.
Item is a composite class portrait of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law class of 1919. The photograph consists of portraits of James McGregor Stewart; W. J. Ahearn [O'Hearn]; Hon. R. E. Harris; Arthur Stanley MacKenzie (President); Benjamin Russell; Humphrey Mellish; John E. Read; James Edward Rutledge; T. W. Murphy; Robert David McCleave; E. R. Macnutt; F. H. Bell; William B. Wallace; Emelyn Laura Mackenzie; MacInnis [McInnes], Caroline Isabel; George Patterson; Edmund P. Allison; John Archibald Walker; T. R. Robertson; Donald A. MacRae; and Donald Vaughan White arranged around a photograph of the Forrest Building.
Item is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie Faculty of Law class of 1923. The photograph consists of portraits of C. V. Harris; J. R. MacDonald; F. A. Hamilton; J. G. Hackett; R. D. Newsome; J. R. Nicholson; J. F. Davison; C. T. Harrison; J. F. MacNeill; C. F. MacIssac; A. G. Fulton; W. W. Holmes; C. L. Beazley; A. L. MacDonald; G. W. W. Ross; W. H. Morrison; G. P. Flavin; N. A. M. MacKenzie; T. R. Robertson; S. E. Smith; J. McG. Stewart; G. Patterson; W. J. O'Hearn; S. Jenks; J. E. Read; F. H. Bell; E. D. Lougheed; C. W. Townshend; E. Jerrett; R. A. MacLeod; H. M. Ferguson; C. S. Richardson; E. L. Cross; J. F. Mahoney; H. F. Munro; D. A. MacRae (Dean); W. B. Wallace; T. W. Murphy; R. E. Yeoman; C. J. Burchell; B. Russell; V. C. MacDonald; and E. P. Allison arranged around a photograph of the Forrest Building.
Item is a photograph of the Law Basketball Team Interfaculty Champions 1924-25. The photograph shows D. McInnes (Guard); P.R.H. Barry (Manager); W.A. Richardson (Forward); C.R. Coughlan (Guard); G.M. Morrison (Forward); R. Gushue (Captain, Centre); R.L. Snodgrass (Forward); and R. Moore (Forward) sitting or standing in two rows.
Item is a photograph of the 1924-1925 Y.M.C.A. Halifax Business Men's Volleyball Champions. The photograph shows A. T. Bradshaw (physical director); B. C. Hunt; J. E. Read; S. E. Smith; V. C. McDonald; G. E. Wilson; and E. G. Young sitting or standing in two rows with a volleyball and a trophy.
File contains two copies of a composite photograph of the Dalhousie Faculty of Law class of 1925. The photograph consists of portraits of H. B. Dickey; J. Chem; W. A. D. Gunn; S. E. Smith; D. F. Adams; U. C. MacDonald; T. L. Compton; H. F. Munro; T. W. Murphy; D. A. MacRae; H. C. Glube; W. E. Moseley; R. Kerr; F. D. M. Jones; C. P. Bethune; A. S. MacKenzie (President); J. E. Read (Dean); M. G. Wambolt; F. H. Bell; P. T. Hickey; R. Gushue; A. L. Slipp; R. L. Snodgrass; L. W. Fraser; G. H. Fielding; H. C. Friel; W. J. O'Hearn; A. I. MacDonald; V. I. Pearson; P. R. H. Barry; W. E. Thompson; M. B. Archibald; C. J. Burchell; R. F. Yeoman; and G. M. Morrison 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.
Fonds consists of law publications and print materials relating primarily to government, the Canadian Constitution, or to Newfoundland joining confederation; copies of speeches; correspondence with family, friends, and professional associates, including some from former Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King; newspaper clippings and memorabilia; photographs; and a small group of other miscellaneous documents which includes stories of MacDonald written by friends and associates for the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law publication Hearsay.
This fonds consists of material created by or accumulated by George V.V. Nicholls. Records include correspondence, Nicholls and Van Vliet family estates and wills, course material from classes taught by Nicholls at Dalhousie’s Law School and Queen’s University, meeting minutes from professional associations, Dalhousie and community committees and clubs that Nicholls was involved with, some photographs and drafts and published legal journal articles and essays written by Nicholls.
Item is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law class of 1934. The photograph consists of portraits of J. A. Walker; J. Willis; S. E. Smith (Dean); C. W. Stanley (President); C. J. Burchell; G. H. Crouse; H. E. Read; J. W. Godfrey; J. E. Rutledge; C. F. Longley; R. A. Squires; V. C. MacDonald; M. Ritaeff; F. H. Jones; W. F. Carroll; J. I. Dubinsk; D. J. Fraser; H. F. Muggah; M. Greenberg; J. A. Miller; W. B. Murphy; J. M. MacDonald; W. H. Jost; C. R. Lormay; C. R. MacDonald; D. H. Holland; R. D. Duchemin; W. F. McCullock; H. C. Oxley; and H. F. Grant arranged around a photograph of the Forrest Building.
Item is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law class of 1935. The photograph consists of portraits of H. A. Hanson; A. L. Thurlow; P. C. Henley; Marjorie Dunsworth; R. S. Hinton; William B. Davis; C. F. Fraser; F. C. MacDougall; J. D. Orlando; J. B. McCoog; Neil Ferguson; Ian G. Ross; Samuel Margolian; W. A. Kelley; E. H. Goldberg; T. T. Miller; G. D. Murray; G. D. Ross; Roy A. Laurence; J. A. Walker; C. J. Burchell; Vincent C. MacDonald (Dean); Mr. Justice Carroll; C. R. Smith; J. W. Godfrey; John Willis; F. H. M. Jones; J. A. Rutledge; George H. Crouse; and George F. Curtis arranged in five rows.
Fonds consists of a typescript of law lectures given by George F. Curtis at Dalhousie University in January 1939. Fonds also contains correspondence pertaining to meetings held in 1945 in the Maritimes and British Columbia to discuss the establishment of a world court for permanent peace.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1936 graduating class and faculty of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law. The photograph consists of portraits of G. H. Crouse; J. Willis; J. A. Walker; J. F. Curtis; C. W. Stanley (President); V. C. MacDonald (Dean); F. H. Jones; J. E. Rutledge; C. J. Burchell; H. Webber; J. H. Celeveland; R. J. Batt; J. W. Godfrey; W. F. Armstrong; C. D. W. Rowlings; G. L. Smith; W. F. Carroll; M. Siegel; J. E. Richardson; Merle Purtill; C. F. Bentley; J. E. Godwin; C. A. Manning; M. G. Anderson; J. R. H. Sutherland; M. J. Hinthey; G. C. Thompson; A. J. Meagher; J. C. Pink; R. R. McIntyre; A. B. Rarmsay; D. F. Bentley; R. F. McLellan; J. K. Oldfield; H. Webber; and A. W. Smith arranged around a photograph of the Forrest Building.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1948 graduating class and faculty of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law. The photograph consists of portraits of A. J. MacIntosh; R. P. Beadon; H. G. MacAdam; F. J. Watson; R. H. N. Blois; J. S. Drury; Eileen MacLean (Class Secretary); E. O. Rogers; N. V. K. Wylie; M. J. Ryan; K. E. Eaton; J. J. D. Cregan; T. A. Giles; A. J. Roach; M. A. Mears; H. J. MacDonell; H. H. Cummings; M. M. Yeoman; G. F. Murphy (Class Vice President); V. C. MacDonald (Dean); H. M. Eisenhauer (Class President); D. M. Armstrong; G. Dunnet; G. S. Hawkins; J. J. A. MacDonald; W. G. Chipman; J. B. Milner; R. M. Fielding; A. E. Kerr (President); F. H. M. Jones; J. C. Rutledge; John Doull; F. D. Smith; T. G. Feeney; J. C. M. Hancock; J. A. Hanway; L. L. Clements; D. J. Gillis; T. A. Williams; B. M. Nickerson; G. A. MacKay; D. L. Chipman; H. R. MacEwan; G. R. Foster; R. G. P. MacLellan; A. D. Churchill; J. M. S. Patton; A. E. Cooper; L. Mitchell; V. A. J. Morrison; P. M. G. Walker; D. H. W. Daig; L. P. Arlette; K. G. Wilson; G. L. S. Hart; M. A. North; A. W. Patterson; A. D. MacEachern; P. J. R. Crewe; W. W. Meldrum; W. L. Creaghan; D. J. Friel; K. E. M. Roddam; D. C. MacNeil; and R. S. MacLellan arranged in six rows, with the faculty portraits at the centre.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1950 graduating class and faculty of the Dalhousie University Faculty of law. The photograph consists of portraits of H. B. McDonald; J. J. G. O'Brien; J. D. Reardon; L. M. Smith; S. P. Chisholm (President); J. A. C. MacPherson (Vice President); M. L. McIntyre (Secretary Treasurer); D. E. Curren; D. C. Ellsworth; E. R. Grant; A. L. Caldwell; C. W. Moore; W. C. Matthews; J. A. Fitzpatrick; G. S. Waterfield; J. S. Levey; F. D. Smith; V. C. MacDonald (Dean); J. E. Rutledge; H. J. MacPherson; C. T. Lowe; C. H. MacLellan; R. F. Robinson; S. McKinnon; H. G. Oliver; K. L. R. Taylor; H. G. Batt; T. H. Coffin; A. E. Kerr; T. G. Feeney; F. H. M. Jones; E. H. Nielson; D. B. Williams; E. W. Urquhart; Regan; D. V. Hartigan; C. V. Laughton; A. G. Trites; A. G. Cooper; J. A. Hanway; J. M. Hendry; R. A. Ritchie; S. Samuels; J. P. G. McColough; W. S. Pearson; G. S. Clark; J. E. Feener; V. J. LeBlanc; J. L. Ilsley; J. B. Milner; A. M. Gillis; A. Burke; W. R. Lederman; John Doull; B. Sherwell; S. H. Wallace; W. C. S. MacDonald; H. R. DeLong; A. A. A. Baccardax; R. G. McLeod; S. J. Sexton; A. W. R. Moreira; C. D. Robertson; R. H. Lyall; W. A. Hillman; W. J. Grant; D. G. Hicks; V. P. Allen; P. H. E. Bloomer; J. M. Harding; J. G. McIntyre; T. B. O'Neill; and L. A. Bell arranged in seven rows around a photograph of a building.
Item is a photograph of the library in the Law Building, which is now known as the University Club. The photograph was taken from a vantage point overlooking the entire library from above. There are students working at tables in the library. The photograph was taken by Wright.
Item is a panoramic photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Law convocation in 1952. The photograph was used by Ansul in their "First Special Issue." The photograph is a smaller copy of print: PC1 34.67.13 (A96).