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Dalhousie University School of Physiotherapy yearbooks: Dalhousie Physiotherapy; Physio; Dalhousie University Physiotherapy; and Dalhousie University School of Physiotherapy yearbook

Subseries contains the Dalhousie University School of Physiotherapy yearbooks covering the years 1982, 1984-1988, 1991-1996, 2000-2004, 2007-2009, 2011: The yearbook's title has varies over time and includes: Dalhousie Physiotherapy; Physio; Dalhousie University Physiotherapy; and Dalhousie University School of Physiotherapy yearbook.

Dalhousie University. School of Physiotherapy

Dalhousie University yearbooks

Series comprises Dalhousie University yearbooks, including Pharos; the College of Pharmacy's Mortar & Pestle and Modo Opimum; Faculty of Law yearbooks; the School of Physiotherapy's Amicus Curia; Dalhousie's former Department of Education yearbooks; and the yearbooks of Nova Scotia Technical College and the Technical University of Nova Scotia.

Alumni News

Subseries contains 55 volumes of Alumni News, covering the period 1920–1984. Volume and issue numbering varied over time.

Dalhousie Alumni Association

Ace R.C.A.F. pilot now in medicine

Item is an article about George Urquhart Hill published in the Carleton Place Canadian on December 11, 1958. Hill was a decorated fighter pilot with the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War Two and enrolled in medicine at Dalhousie University after the war. He graduated in 1950 and practiced family medicine in Ontario.

Dalhousie University yearbook 1927

Item is Dalhousie's first yearbook, published by students in 1927. It features photographs, drawings and written information about Dalhousie graduates, faculty, campus buildings, student societies and athletics. It is dedicated to Jennie Eddy, the benefactor of Shirreff Hall, Dalhousie's first women's residence.

Pharos : the pageant of the college by the sea, presented by the students of Dalhousie University : 1931

Item is Dalhousie's fifth yearbook. It features photographs, drawings and written information about Dalhousie graduates, faculty, campus buildings, student societies and athletics. The volume is dedicated to Arthur Stanley MacKenzie during the year of his retirement after two decades as university president.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1933

Item is a 1933 Dalhousie University yearbook, 176 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 80. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1938

Item is a 1938 Dalhousie University yearbook, 128 pages, black and white. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 82. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1941

Item is a 1941 Dalhousie University yearbook, 119 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 111. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1942

Item is a 1942 Dalhousie University yearbook, 94 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 75. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1943

Item is a 1943 Dalhousie University yearbook, 97 pages, black and white. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 80. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1940

Item is a 1940 Dalhousie University yearbook, 129 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 120 and 121. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1936

Item is a 1936 Dalhousie University yearbook, 128 pages, black and white. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 73. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1939

Item is a 1939 Dalhousie University yearbook, 132 pages, black and white. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 79. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1944

Item is a 1944 Dalhousie University yearbook, 91 pages, black and white. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 73. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1947

Item is a 1947 Dalhousie University yearbook, 145 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 55 and 56. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1948

Item is a 1948 Dalhousie University yearbook, 177 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 54 and 55. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1946

Item is a 1946 Dalhousie University yearbook, 136 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 80. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1950

Item is a 1950 Dalhousie University yearbook, 96 pages, black and white. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 18 and 19. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1949

Item is a 1949 Dalhousie University yearbook, 192 pages, black and white. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 34 and 35. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1945

Item is a 1945 Dalhousie University yearbook, 95 pages, black and white. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 40 and 41. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series. This yearbook contains a list of Dalhousie students who were either killed in action or missing as of 1945.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1954

Item is a 1954 Dalhousie University yearbook, 151 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 74 and 75. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1951

Item is a 1951 Dalhousie University yearbook, 145 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 80 and 81. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1952

Item is a 1952 Dalhousie University yearbook, 144 pages, black and white. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 78 and 79. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.

Pharos : Dalhousie University Yearbook 1955

Item is a 1955 Dalhousie University yearbook, 141 pages, black and white with some color. Contains images and text regarding the University, the graduates, the faculty, and buildings on campus. Information regarding the editorial staff can be found on page 70 and 71. "Pharos" is both a reference to the destroyed lighthouse in ancient Alexandria and the name of the yearbook series.
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