Item is an aerial photograph of Dalhousie University from the late 1970s. Visible in the photograph is the west end of Studley campus, including the Dalplex, Wickwire Field, the Henry Hicks Building, the Life Sciences Centre, the University Club, and the Chemistry Building.
File contains photographs of Henry D. Hicks. - Photographs taken by Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited. - File consists of a group photograph with Henry D. Hicks plus four other people, taken at DalPlex upon the occasion of the first press confernce at DalPlex.
File contains photographs of Lloyd Macpherson and S.R. Drance. - Photographs taken by Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited. - Description included: "The lamp is symbolic of a new surgical technique undertaken by Dr. Joseph Lister. John Stewart, Dal. Dean of Medicine (1919-23) participated with Lister in his experiments and was responsible for pioneering Listerian methods in Canada.".
File contains photographs of Chris Burke (items 5-6); Bruce Macey (item 5); Ben Chie-Lui (item 5); Robert Foster (item 5); Alex Micholas (item 7); Dann Milne (item 7); Connie Glube (item 7); Niles Hansen (item 7); and Harry Swaine (item 7). - Photographs taken by Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited. - Identification on attached card reads: "1. L to right: Dr. Robt. Foster, Dal & St. Mary's; Chris Burke (Dept. of Development); Bruce Macey, Midwest Research Inst; Ben Chie-Lui, Midwest Research Inst." 2. Chris Burke and Mr. Ireland, DREE. 3. l to r: Alex Micholas, Guelph; Dann Milne, St. Mary's; Connie Glube, City Mgr. Hfx; Niles Hansen, Unv of Texas; and harry Swaine, Vienna.".
File contains photographs of Dennis W. Stairs; Leon A. Bragramov; and D.J. Munton. - Photographs taken by Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited. - Attached card reads: "Dr. Leon A. Bragramov (centre) with D.r Dennis W. Stairs Director of the Centre for Foreign Policy Studies at Dalhousie (left) and Dr. D.J. Munton, of the Poli Sci Dept. during his visit to the campus earlier this month.".
File contains one photograph and seven proofs of photographs of Kathy Berrigan. winner of the Stop Smoking Contest, being presented with a cash prize by Dr. E. Belzer, assistant dean of Health Professions. A caption included with the photographs reads: "Stop Smoking Contest, By Dr. E. Belzer, assistant dean, Health Profession, and winner Kathy Berrigan. Happy and healther, Phys Ed's Kathleen Berrigan gave up smoking and got richer - by the amount of money that she saved by not buying cigarettes and the $110.33 she won from Dr. Ed Belzer's Experimental Pool to Overcome Tobacco."
File contains 19 photographs of Dalhousie students being presented with Physical Education awards. The names of the people presenting the awards are not included. The accompanying list names 24 award winners but only 19 photographs are included in the file.
Item is a photograph of members of the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada at the Dalhousie Faculty Club on June 10, 1975. After their meeting in Halifax, members of the Board were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Hicks at a reception held at Dalhousie. Photograph shows (from left to right) Professor Marc La Terreur, Chairman of the Board; Dr. Bruce Fergusson, Nova Scotia Archivist; Professor Peter B. Waite, Dalhousie History Department; and Henri Tatu, member.
Item is a photograph of Sylvia McGuire, who won Miss Nova Scotia 1976, Miss Halifax (?) and Miss Canada. Her name is misspelled as Sheila McIntyre and Sylvia MacQuire on the back of the photograph. The photograph shows McGuire smiling and holding a flower.
Item is a photograph of members of the signing of a contract between the Dalhousie Staff Association and Dalhousie University. The photograph shows Enid Timinez (President of the Dalhousie Staff Association); H. A. MacDonald; Hendry D. Hicks; and Suzanne Jodrey (Secretary for the Dalhousie Staff Association). The contract is a collective agreement between the governors of Dalhousie College and University and the Dalhousie Staff Association.
Item is a photograph of Dalhousie University archivist Dr. Charles Armour holding a composite photograph of the Dalhousie College faculty, graduates and students of 1869-1870. Other archival material, including a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University class at law of 1906, are also displayed on the table. The photograph was published in University News, Volume 5, No. 15.