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The Dalhousian, Volume 1, Issue 4

Item is Volume 1, Issue 4 of "The Dalhousian," a newspaper published by students of Dalhousie University as part of a fundraising campaign for a new students' building. The issue features a photograph of and an article about D. MacGillivray, the manager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, who was elected treasurer by the student body.

The Dalhousian, Volume 1, Issue 1

Item is Volume 1, Issue 1 of "The Dalhousian," a newspaper published by students of Dalhousie University as part of a fundraising campaign for a new students' building. The issue features articles about why the campaign was started and how.

The Dalhousian, Volume 1, Issue 2

Item is Volume 1, Issue 2 of the Dalhousian, a newspaper published by Dalhousie University students as part of a fundraising campaign for a students' building. The issue features a photograph of Richard Weldon, the retiring dean of the law school, and an article about a presentation made to him at an alumni dinner.

The Dalhousian, Volume 1, Issue 3

Item is Volume 1, Issue 3 of "The Dalhousian," a newspaper published by students of Dalhousie University as part of a fundraising campaign for a new students' building. The issue features a drawing of the proposed students' building and an article about plans to raise $50,000.

The Dalhousian, Volume 1, Issue 5

Item is Volume 1, Issue 1 of "The Dalhousian," a newspaper published by students of Dalhousie University as part of a fundraising campaign for a new students' building. The issue features articles and drawings about a push for donations that took place July 6-12.

The vision of Dalhousie : [brochure]

File contains a brochure created in 1920 by the Dalhousie Campaign Committee. The brochure presents architect Andrew Cobb's campus master plan known as the "vision of Dalhousie." The brochure presents the original Dalhousie College building on Grand Parade as the "First Dalhousie" and the newly constructed Forrest Building as the "Second Dalhousie."