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 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 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 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 Nila Ipson (Intramural Coordinator); Ken Bellemare (Athletic Director); Nancy Buzzell (Women's Athletic Director) standing in a gym with a Dal Tigers logo on the floor and looking at a piece of paper. They may be making some sort of presentation.
File contains photographs from the 1975 Super Skills summer camp at Dalhousie University. The photographs show participants playing volleyball, basketball, and gymnastics. All of the photographs have labels on the back with captions typed on them.