File contains blueprints for the Studley Gymnasium at Dalhousie University. The drawings include floor plans; elevations; footing plans; cross sections; and plans for windows, cornices, and other elements.
File contains blueprints and other plans for medical buildings at Dalhousie University. The buildings include the Medical Science Building (now the Burbidge Building); the Public Health Clinic (now the Clinical Research Centre); and the Medical Dental Library. The drawings include floor plans; elevations; plans for furnishings; a schedule of window sashes; a theatre for physiology; and a magazine storage rack. Some of the drawings are encapsulated in plastic.
File contains blueprints for the temporary Arts Building, later the Law School (now the University Club) at Dalhousie University by Andrew Cobb and consulting architect Frank Darling. The blueprints include details of portico railings; details of trusses; floor plans; riser diagrams; cross sections; and other plans. Some of the blueprints are accompanied by documents with information for the contractor. The file also include a drawing of the exterior of the building.
Item is a technical drawing of a building for Dalhousie College. The building may be a suggested building that was never built. The drawing shows two versions of the second floor plan, including an arrangement for the college's present needs (offices, faculty room, and lecture room) and an arrangement for a law library that may be later used as a museum.
File contains plans for the Science Building (now the Chemistry Building) at Dalhousie University by Andrew Cobb and consulting architect Frank Darling. The plans include floor plans; a schedule of tables, hoods, taps, and holes; and details of windows, stairs, lecture rooms, the cupola, and other elements. The file also contains some drawings of the extension built for the Macdonald Memorial Library (now the Macdonald Building ) in 1921.