Item is an undated typed list of women graduates in medicine from Dalhousie University, beginning with Annie Isabella Hamilton (1894) and ending with Mary Wheeler MacIntyre (1939/1940). The list is chronological and includes 51 names with graduation dates, name changes (i.e., marital status) and addresses, some of which are amended by hand.
Fonds consists of a Hector Pothier's medical school diploma, a Dalhousie song book (ca. 1912-1913), photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, election paraphernalia, invoices, and speeches made to the Nova Scotia Legislature.
The fonds consists of records relating to the administration and governance of the association; correspondence carried out on behalf of the Association; events such as the amalgamation of Dalhousie University and the Technical University of Nova Scotia, various university campaigns, Dalhousie Centenary celebrations; association-sponsored activities such as memorials and tributes, track and field meets, and reunions; graduate and alumni lists; photographs of alumni who served in World War I; and press stories about the Association.
Fond consists of correspondence between R.M. Hattie and members of the Dalhousie Class of 1897 between 1893-1951, including newspaper clippings relating to classmates' lives and information regarding class reunions between 1897-1947.
Fonds consists of materials regarding the student lives of James Stanley Hillis and his wife Pauline E. Hillis. Records include notebooks, books, and others textual records. Fonds also contains photographic negatives and prints of Pauline E. Hillis with friends, and of their son Eric Stanley Hillis at the age of 5, and two manuscripts regarding Hillis & Son Limited.
Series consists of materials regarding James Stanley Hillis' student life, including notebooks, a Dalhousie song book, and other textual records.There are also two manuscripts regarding Hillis & Sons Limited.
File contains two manuscripts: "Industries of Nova Scotia: The Initiation, Development and Growth of Bridgetown" and "Twill be yet Greater Industry: Hillis & Sons are Planning for Expansion and Progress."
Series contains minutes, financial records, correspondence, student lists, reports, banquet programs, and newspaper clippings from the Nova Scotia Agricultural College Alumni Association from 1905-1983.
Item is a composite photograph of the 1910 female graduates of Dalhousie University. The photograph consists of portraits of Marguerite Silver; Katie Whitman; Janet Wolfe, and other students arranged in an "X" shape.
Item is a composite photograph of the women of the Dalhousie University Arts and Science class of 1917. The photograph consists of portraits of the graduates arranged around a large circular emblem made up of the words "Arts & Science. DAL 1917." The photograph is printed on a circular piece of card.
Item is a typewritten alphabetical list with the handwritten title "Women Graduates" and a note: "copied from calendars summer of 1919 (probably complete to 1917)." The list includes students' names, home towns, degree earned and date granted.
Item consists of two copies of a postcard with a photograph taken during at Dalhousie University reunion in September 1919. The photograph shows a group of people, including Arthur Stanley MacKenzie, standing on the front steps of the Macdonald Memorial Library.
Item is a postcard with a photograph taken at a Dalhousie University reunion in September 1919. The photograph shows a procession of alumni or faculty, including Arthur Stanley MacKenzie, wearing academic dress. They are standing in front of a group of people holding banners with graduation years.
File contains a photograph of a group of Dalhousie University alumni from the class of 1923 and the class of 1924; and a photograph taken during the first conference on Maritime university federation, held on July 7, 1922 at the Macdonald Memorial Library at Dalhousie University.
Series consists of materials regarding the Pauline E. Hillis' student life, including notebooks, books, and others textual records. Series also contains negatives and photographs of Pauline E. Hillis with friends, and of Eric Stanley Hillis, son of James Stanley and Pauline E. Hillis, at the age of 5.