File contains a photograph taken during the first conference on Maritime university federation, held on July 7, 1922 at the Macdonald Memorial Library at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows J. S. Bagnall; Rev. A. Cohoon; W. P. Copp; F. E. Wheelock; D. A. MacRae; J. E. Read; S. E. Smith; President B. C. Borden; H. Murray; W. M. Tweedie; W. E. Thompson; Major; G. S. Campbell; E. W. Todd; H. P. Jones; H. E. Mahon; Major John Murphy; President A. S. Mackenzie; J. T. Burchell; Senator F. B. Black; President G. B. Cutten; D. Macgillivray; Brother Cornelia; Judge T. S. Rogers; Chief Justice R. E. Harris; Lieutenant Governor M. Grant; Eliza Ritchie; Archbishop C. L. Worrell; H. McInnes; J. A. Walker; C. H. Mitchell; G. F. Pearson; E. C. Whitman; Rev. J. W. McConnell; T. W. Murphy; Rev. H. E. Thomas; O. P. Goucher; President T. S. Boyle; Rev. C. W. Rose; and W. W. Judd standing on the front steps of the library.
Item is a photograph of a procession of graduates during a convocation ceremony at the University of King's College. The photograph shows the procession leaving the King's College Arts and Administration Building.
Item is a photograph of Wayne Hankey, director of the King's College Foundation Year Program, lecturing during a tutorial. Hankey and his unidentified students are sitting around the edge of a room with a fireplace and bookshelves. The photograph was taken for University News, Volume 6, No. 14.
Item is a photograph of the University of King's College booth at the "Careers for Tomorrow Day" career fair at Dalhousie on November 26, 1975. Photograph shows Mrs. Pearl Connolly, Dean of Students at the University of King's College, talking to a Halifax guidance counselor.
Item is a photograph of King's College professor and don Dr. John Godfrey lying on the floor and laughing as an unidentified person steps on him. The coat of arms of King's College is painted on the floor. The photograph was taken for University News, Volume 6, No. 14.
Item is an aerial photograph of the University of King's College in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Nova Scotia Public Archives (Chase Building) and Sir James Dunn Science Building (of Dalhousie University) are also visible.