File contains photographs of models of proposed buildings for Dalhousie Univeristy, including the Izaak Killam Memorial Library, the Life Sciences Centre, the Physical Sciences Centre, and the Dental Building. The photographs have captions attached to them.
File contains photographs of Dalhousie University students who received awards and scholarships. The photographs show Atul Shama; Ian David Gay; Milorad Mrakovcic; Ian Fraser; John Grant Myers; Forest M. Fyfe; K.I.G. Reid; Peter James Dey; Terence E. Hogan; Allister MacDonald; Barrie J. Frost; Henry Hicks; and other unidentified people.
Item consists of four copies of a photograph of the clock tower on the Henry Hicks Academic Administration Building at Dalhousie University and a lamp post. The photograph was taken during installation of lights on Studley campus.
Item is a photograph of the Law School at Dalhousie University, now known as the University Club. The photograph shows two unidentified men removing ivy from the front of the building. One man is holding a ladder while the other man is working at the top of it.
File contains photographs taken during the construction of the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building at Dalhousie University; a photograph from the demolition of the heating plant on Carleton Campus at Dalhousie University; and negatives of photographs of doors and entryways at the Tupper Building.
Item is an aerial photograph of Dalhousie University and Halifax. The photograph looks north up Robie Street towards the MacDonald Bridge and the Halifax Harbour. It also shows the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building being constructed (right). File contains a duplicate of this image.
Item is an aerial photograph of Dalhousie University. Visible in the photograph is the west end of Studley campus, including Wickwire Field, the Dalhousie Arena, the Henry Hicks Building, the University Club, and the Chemistry Building, and the Sir James Dunn Science Building.
Item consists of two copies of a photograph of Dennis Ashworth, Henry Hicks, and Donald McInnes standing in front of a metal structure at the construction site of the the Student Union Building at Dalhousie University.
File contains eight photographs taken in the Sir James Dunn Law Library in the Weldon Law Building at Dalhousie University. The photographs show various rooms and areas in the library and people working or reading in the library. Some of the photos were taken for an issue of Ansul.
Item is a photograph taken in the Sir James Dunn Law Library in the Weldon Law Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows three women working behinds an information desk or other service desk.
Item is a photograph taken during the opening ceremony of the Weldon Law Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows Horace Read, Vice-President and former Dean of the Dalhousie Law School, addressing guests at the ceremony. Lady Beaverbrook and Henry Hicks are seated next to him.
Item consists of two copies of a photograph taken during the opening ceremony of the Weldon Law Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows Henry Hicks and Lady Beaverbrook standing next to a plaque in honour of Sir James Dunn.
Item is a photograph of D. A. Gibson, Director of Audio-Visual Services in the Faculty of Medicine. Gibson is pictured with the Kodak Versamat automatic film processor for processing black and white film. Photograph was taken in the Medical Computer Centre in the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building.
Item is a photograph of Lauren Harris Sr. and Evelyn Holmes looking at art at the Dalhousie Art Gallery in 1967. Evelyn Holmes was Acting Curator at the Dalhousie Art Gallery at the time of the photo. File contains a duplicate of this image.
Item is a photograph taken in the Sir James Dunn Law Library in the Weldon Law Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows a room with several work tables arranged between rows of book shelves. There are students working at the tables.