Item is a Christmas and New Year card from J. Philip Dumaresq & Associates Architects, Engineers & Planners of Halifax, Nova Scotia. The front of the card features a drawing of the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building at Dalhousie University, the Centennial Confederation project for the Province of Nova Scotia.
File contains three copies of a photograph of a model of the proposed Life Sciences Centre at Dalhousie University. A caption attached to the photograph says: "Model of the proposed Life Sciences Centre. The centre, to cost between $18 million and $19 million, will contain teaching and research facilities for biology, marine sciences and psychology."
File contains 13 copies of a photograph of a model of the proposed Physical Sciences Centre at Dalhousie University. A caption attached to the photograph says: "Model of the proposed Physical Sciences Centre, which will cost about $14,000,000. The Centre will hold teaching and research facilities for physics, earth sciences, chemistry, geology and mathematics."
File contains seven copies of a photograph of a model of a proposed Dental Building for Dalhousie University. A caption attached to the photograph says: "Preliminary model of the proposed Dental Building, to cost about $13,000,000. It will help to alleviate the critical shortage of dentists in the region."
Item is a photograph of James Sykes; G. E. (Ted) Brown; Hugh Davison; and Andy Lynch. The photograph appeared in a newspaper. A newspaper caption on the back of the photograph reads: "Dalhousie to the forefront again: G. E. (Ted) Brown, prominent over the years in Alumni Association activities and currently an association representative on the university's Board of Governors, was elected president of the Nova Scotia Association of Architects at its annual meeting last month. James G. Sykes, Director of Planning and Development at the university, was elected a councillor of the association."
File contains photographs of models of proposed buildings for Dalhousie Univeristy, including the Izaak Killam Memorial Library, the Life Sciences Centre, the Physical Sciences Centre, and the Dental Building. The photographs have captions attached to them.
File contains photographs of the exterior of the Forrest Building at Dalhousie University. The photographs were taken at various different times during the building's history. Two of the photographs come from nitrate negatives that were scanned and destroyed.
File contains photographs of the construction of the Killam Memorial Library at Dalhousie University in 1968 and 1969. The photographs show the construction site from different perspectives at different stages in the construction. Many of the photographs are stamped with "Fraser-Brace Maritimes Limited," the name of a construction company. The photographs were taken by Maurice Crosby Photography Ltd. and Wamboldt-Waterfield Photography Limited.
File contains photographs, negatives, proof sheets, and drawings of the exterior of the Killam Memorial Library. The photographs also show groups of people sitting or walking on the courtyard in front of the building.
File contains six photographs of the interior of the Killam Memorial Library. The photographs show a room with a book shelf, a room with a piano and tables, a small auditorium, a sitting area, card catalogues, and display cases.
File contains photographs of the Public Archives buildng, now known as the Chase Building. The building is located on Dalhousie University' Studley campus. The photographs show the archives building from different angles.
File contains photographs of buildings at Dalhousie University's Sexton Campus, previously known as the Nova Scotia Technical College and the Technical University of Nova Scotia (TUNS). The photographs show the Ralph M. Medjuck Building of Architecture and Planning or H Building; the G. H. Murray Building or G Building; the F. H. Sexton Memorial Gymnasium; students in a classroom; and other photographs from around the campus.