File contains photographs of David. H. Lewis (items 1-2); Philip May (items 1-2); Gary Karr (items 1-2); A.G. Scott-Savage (items 1-2); and J.R. McKay (items 1-2). - Photographs taken by Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited (items 1-2). - Contact sheet also includes head shots of Gary Karr.
File contains photographs of Elmer Iseler. - Label on back of photo reads: "The Festival Singers of Canada under the direction of Elmer Iseler/Les Festival Singers of Canada sous la direction d'Elmer Iseler." Notes glued to the back of photo read: "Regular $3.00 & $2.00, students/senior citizens $2.00 & $1.00" and "Twenty-one years ago, three singers an da young conductor decided to create a choral organization that would fill a gap between the existing limited choral groups in Toronto. Today, 36 of the finest voices in Canada combine to form THE FESTIVAL SINGERS OF CANADA, praised by international critics and audiences time and again. You won't want to miss this groups with its unerring musical instinct, under the dynamic leadership of its founder-conductor Elmer Iseler.".
File contains photographs of Audrey White; Helena Vaughan; Pat Cooper; and Frank Sellars. - Photographs taken by Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited. - Attached news release reads: "Four members of the Dalhousie Chorale in rehearsal for Sunday's concert in the new Cohn Auditorium. Audrey White, Helena Vaughan, Pat Cooper and Frank Sellars.".
Item is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Arts and Science class of 1923. The photograph consists of portraits of Wm. MacOdrum; R. B. Taylor; C. P. Bethune; Miss H. E. Boyd; Miss M. MacCurdy; Miss R. E. Cluney; R. D. Duchemin; J. H. Reid; A. E. Murray; D. R. Webster; C. F. Grant; Miss J. MacKinnon; Miss P. Moase; Miss M. I. Kuhn; Miss M. J. O'Connor; Miss H. Pugsley; Miss E. E. Geddes; D. S. MacLeod; H. C. Glube; A. C. Hawkins; C. E. Drysdale; Miss A. W. MacNeil; Miss G. A. Henderson; H. Robertson; Miss F. C. Holland; Miss A. G. Harvey; R. H. Shaw; Miss O. Atlee; J. R. Kaye; J. H. Townsend; Miss E. N. Spike; Miss M. G. Wamboldt; Miss H. M. O'Brien; Miss M. J. Moase; W. E. Moseley; P. T. Hickey; Miss H. A. Sanford; Miss J. Schmidt; H. D. O'Brien; Miss M. A. Mackay; M. B. Emeneau; Miss M. J. Smith; Miss M. I. Clark; T. R. Goudge; J. A. Forbes; V. Ditmars; W. M. Jones; H. C. Muir; Miss A. E. Hunter; Miss D. J. Graham; Miss M. C. Hawkins; Miss G. L. McLean; Miss F. MacKinnon; R. M. McColl; M. M. MacOdrum; F. E. Archibald; Miss F. C. A. Power; Miss E. I. Chrichton (Vice President); J. Chew; R. Kerr; P. W. Bowers; F. H. Dentish; R. F. Callan (Treasurer); L. W. Fraser (President); C. C. Ives (Secretary); D. S. Thomson; G. M. Morrison; C. E. Jones; and D. M. Grant arranged in several rows around the words "Dalhousie University" and a large letter "D".
File contains photographs of visitors and guests to Dalhousie in the 1970s and early 1980s. Visitors include university and diplomatic representatives from the West Indies, Barbados, People's Republic of China, West Germany, Sweden, Japan, and Yugoslavia. File also contains newspaper clippings, index cards, contact sheets, and other material.
File contains photographs of David K. Armstrong; David R. Aston; Kenneth D. Atkinson; Alan R. Baker; William E. Baker; George Barycky; Murray Beach; Terence Belanger; Theodore Bellinger; Stephen Bellingham; Ruben Benmergui; Lawrence A. Bertuzzi; Douglas Best; Bruce Blake; Lorie A. Bottos; Claude Boucher; Aurel Braun; William Braund; Peter E. Brent; James C. Brown; James M. Brown; Neil R. Burgess; Donald S. Campbell; John S. Carriere; John F. Casey; Douglas P. Cassino; Antonio Ciccone; Richard A. Coad; Terence J. Collier; John W. Cooper; James S. Cowan; Murray L. Coulter; Stephen R. Dattels; David B. Daubney; Paul R. Davidson; Ronald C. Delanghe; Guy. F. A. De Marco; Kenneth A. Devereux; Richard Dewsnap; Allessandro M. Dicecco; Dennis A. Dowker; Peter H. Duchesne; Patrick A. Duco; Daphne A. Dukelow; Edward L. Elwood; Robert J. Falkins; Brian R. Farmer; Zygmunt J. Fenik; Harold Fink; Ronald E. Folkes; Linda D. Fowler; Samuel A. Garetto; John F. Gebal; Robert M. Gellner; John E. G. Gilgan; Cameron C. Godden; John P. Gorman; Richard F. Grant; Robert D. Grant; John J. Griggs; John R. Gustavson; Richard A. Halabisky; Robert O. Hall; Frederick Halpern; Mary J. Hatton; Ralph W. Hayman; David G. Hiltz; James Hodgson; Richard A. Humphrey; Thomas L. James; Keith Mc. Jones; Peter Junger; Peter R. Kedwell; Jim Keeling; Paul E. Kennedy; Peter G. Kennedy; Richard R. Mc. Ketcheson; Kenneth W. Koprowski; Robert W. Lancashire; Colin G. Lazier; Mike Lerner; Alan A. Liston; Frank Liebeck; Randall A. Longfield; Alice A. E. Lougheed; Alan J. Luftspring; D. F. MacDonell; Donald G. MacIntosh; Patrick H. MacIssac; William M. Maguire; Alan S. Manson; James J. Marshman; Robert C. McGillen; Daniel J. McNamara; George Meister; Duncan R. Miller; William J. Miller; Randolph G. Mills; Kenneth C. Morlock; John E. Morris; Garry H. Muntz; Kenneth D. Murray; Joseph S. Nagy; Jerry M. Nesker; James R. O'Donnell; William S. Painter; Mary F. Poile; Laurence D. Pringle; Martin J. Prost; Phillip M. Psutka; David J. Ramsbottom; Paul A. Reeder; John G. Reid; Roy C. Robertson; Roman P. Romani; David M. Rovan; Glenn D. Sacks; Gregory Ste. Marie; Andrieno Sartor; Joseph P. Servos; Norman E. Sheldon; Richard K. Simpson; Clarke G. Smith; Michael F. Smith; Robert C. Snyder; Guy S. Somers; David Spicer; Robert C. Stevens; Robert Stikeman; John D. Stirling; John J. Stoesser; Richard B. Strype; Wayne Talos; John T. Teal; Robert Thompson; Thomas C. Uren; David R. Warren; Robert G. Waters; Thomas J. Welsh; Alan E. Wheable; David M. Whellams; Nicholas R. White; William F. Wiley; Paul C. Williams; Joseph B. Wilson; Kent Woodruff; Irving Yaverbaum; and William B. Connor.
Item is a photograph of the entrance of the Killam Memorial Library. The photograph shows one person in a uniform sitting at a desk by the entrance with several other people leaving the library or going up the stairs.
Item is a photograph of the original Dalhousie College building. There is know on the ground and two figures standing by a tree in front of the building. The photograph is mounted on a matboard. There is a caption on the matboard which says "Dalhousie College, Halifax, Nova Scotia."
Item is a photograph of the 1935-1936 Nu Sigma Chapter of the Phi Chi Medical Fraternity. The photograph shows L. R. Perea; T. G. Stentaford; J. E. Donahue; D. J. Tonning; R. R. Strong; E. M. Fogo; J. A. Gallant; W. I. Bent; F. B. Wishart; WM. Simpson; C. L. Gosse; H. G. Quigley; R. F. Plumer; W. H. Embree; R. F. Dove; H. D. Roberts; L. R. Ryan; Dr. R. P. Smith; Dr. T. M. Sieniewicz; C. R. Trask (Treasurer); C. J. MacDonald (President); G. J. LeBrun (P. J.); R. B. Hogan (Secretary); Dr. A. G. MacLeod; and J. A. Glorioso sitting or standing in three rows and wearing tuxedos. H. J. Devereux; C. A. Dominquez; T. E. Grant; C. G. Harries; G. G. Hatfield; and A. R. Grant are absent from the photograph.
Item is a photograph of the 1910 Dalhousie Football Team, the "Champions of Eastern Canada." The photograph shows L. A. Mylus; F. R. Davis; D. J. Nickelson; R. S. McLellan; D. McNeil; J. Cavanaugh; J. McKay; F. R. Little; E. M. Forbes; S. G. MacKenzie (Captain); N. C. Ralston; A. B. Crowe; D. McLeod; R. O. Bethune; Dr. W. S. MacDonnell; and S. O. Thomas sitting or standing in three rows.
Item is a photograph of the 1926 Alpha Eta Chapter of the Phi Rho Sigma Fraternity. The photograph shows I. Macdonald; A. L. Murphy; H. deM. Haslam; C. J. W. Beckwith (pledge); T. J. Morrison; D. M. Wood; J. W. Reid; C. M. Jones; Dr. E. K. Maclellan; D. F. Macdonald (Treasurer); K. M. Grant (Secretary); H. S. Morton (President); G. A. Winfield (Vice President); J. C. Thurrott (S. W.); Dr. W. A. Curry; R. R. Harlow; W. A. Hewst; J. G. Toombs; E. Cameron; and J. M. Beardsley sitting or standing in three rows. Dr. H. K. MacDonald, C. M. Oake, and F. A. Minshull (pledge) are absent from the photograph.
Item is a photograph of the 1908 Dalhousie Medical football team. The photograph shows Stewart; Calder; Atlee; McNeil; McDaniels; Crowe; Hartigon; Coffin; Maeritchie (Captain); Beaton; Saunders; Davis; Grant; Goodwin; and Bethune sitting or standing in three rows with a football and a plaque. Their jerseys have skulls and crossbones on them.
Item is a photograph of the 1907 Dalhousie Medical football team. The photograph shows Moillet; Calder; J. Murdoch; McDonald; Atlee; MacRitchie; MacLellan; McGarry (Captain); Beaton; Patton; A. McLellan; Davis; Grant; MacDonnell; Cameron; Hennigar; and Hartigan sitting or standing in three rows on a fur rug with a football and a plaque. Their jerseys have skulls and crossbones on them.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1927-1928 Dalhousie rugby team, the Maritime Champions. The photograph consists of portraits of G. K. Maclellan (Coach); T.A. Tupper (Captain); G. A. Winfield (Mgr); F.M. Fraser (Assist Mgr); W.F. Stirling (Coach); Dr. F Rankine (Coach); A. M. Smith; A.I. Sutherland; G.C. MacLeod; C.M. Jones; R. W. Hewat; H.T. Townswend; W.A. Wickmire; F Smith; A MacDonald; Mitchell, I,E.; I.I. Dunlop; W.I. Murphy; G.M. MacLean; R.W. Irving; B. Baird; and D. Campbell arranged in a large letter "D," with a photograph of the team on the back of a train and photographs of two trophies in the centre.
Item is a photograph of the 1914 Dalhousie Dramatic Club. The photograph shows the principals in the cast of "The College Widow". The portrait incudes C. R. Hawkins (as Tommy Parsons); R. St. C. Jones (as President Witherspoon); Jack MacDonald (as Billy Bolton); G. R. Smith (as Jimmie Hooper); D. A. Guildford (as Frank McAllister); T. A. Lebetter (as Copernicus Talbot); Harry Britton (as Silent Murphy); W. B. Coulter (as Hon. Elam Hicks); D. L. Dwyer (as Bub Hicks); J. S. Fraser (as Hiram Bolton); W. R. Auld (as Jack Larrabee); M. M. Currie (as Mrs. Primley Dalzelle); Hattie Boak (as Bessie Tanner); J. F. O'Connell (Director); Gladys Billman (as Jane Witherspoon); Emma Gillies (as Flora Cameron); R. D. Graham (as Stubby Talmadge); C. K. Fuller (as Matty MacGowan); M. Fraser (as L. Chubbs); Georgene Faulkner (as Flora Wiggins); Louise Power (as Bertha Lyson); and Mary Ross (as Josephine Borkley). The cast members are sitting or standing in four rows and wearing their costumes.
File contains two copies of an aerial photograph of Dalhousie University, looking toward Halifax Harbour. The Life Sciences building is under construction. One copy of the photograph has a note on the back which says "circa 1972" but the other copy has the date "Sept 25 1970" written on it, which is probably the correct date.