File contains photographs of the first year and third year classes of 1937 at the Dalhousie medical school. The first year students are wearing white coats. The third year students are standing on the front steps of the Public Health Clinic.
File is a composite photograph the Dalhousie Faculty of Medicine Class of 1914. Photograph includes 13 photocopies of individual student portraits and one photograph of the Forrest Building. Composite photograph includes portraits: H.S. Tait; S.G. McKenzie; M.G. Tompkins; J.B. Reid; G.B. Wiswell; F. Little; L.M. Morton; W.P. Mackasey; W.R. Dickie; J.A. Doull; Miss. J. McLean; C.L. Glass; W.T. McKeough; missing: T.A. Lebetter; D. MacNeil; A.K. Moilliet; and G.M. Seymor.
File is a composite photograph the Dalhousie Faculty of Medicine Class of 1948. Photograph includes 32 photocopies of individual student portraits. Composite photograph includes portraits: M.I. Acker, L.S. Allen, L.H. Burdett, A.K. Carton, E.J. Cleveland, L.S. Cox, M.A. Deacon, R.D. Drysdale, T.H. Earle, N. Epstein, R.W. Fanjoy, R. Fraser, L. Freedman, R.S. Grant, C.J. Joy, E. Lee, R.A.L. Lindo, J.I. McGillvary, N.K. McLennan, D.C. Metcalfe, G. Milton, F.J. Misener, A.J. Neary, G.M.A. Neiman, D. Roy, I.E.L.H. Rusted, A.L. Saunders, W.M. Shaw, P.M.W. Sigsworth, J.L. Stevenson, D.L. Sutherland, R.V. Thorpe, J. Wilson, C.J. Wright.
Description included with photograph: Six distinguished physicians received the degree of Doctor of Science, honoris causa, at the special Convocation marking the graduation of the first class of doctors from Memorial University's Faculty of Medicine. In photo taken following Convocation June 16, 1973 are left to right : Dr. John R. Evans, President of the University of Toronto; Sir Richard Doll, Regius Professor of Medicine at Oxford University; Dr. Nigel F.S. Rusted, Clinical Professor of Surgery at MUN; Dr. G. Alain Frecker, Chancellor of Memorial University; Lord Stephen Taylor, President and Vice-Chancellor of Memorial University; Dr. Oliver J. Vaughan-Jackson, Visiting Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at MUN; Dr. Melville George Coxon, Senior Medical Officer, James Paton Memorial Hospital, Gander and Dr. Charles George Drake, President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
Description with photograph - Dr. Branscomb (centre) examines Lister's Lamp, brought to Dalhousie by Dr. John Stewart and now kept in the Medical Archives here. With him are Dr. Lloyd MacPherson, Dean of Medicine (right) and Dr. C.B. Stewart, former Dean of Medicine and now Vice-President of Health Sciences.
File is a composite photograph the Dalhousie Faculty of Medicine Class of 1908. Photograph includes 12 photocopies of individual student portraits and one sepia photograph of the Halifax Medical College. Composite photograph includes student portraits of: F.H. Reid; R.A. MacLellan; M.R. McGarry; S.H. Thibault; S.R. Johnston; J.G. Bruce; W.L. MacLean; W. Patton; B.W. Mosher; S.R. Brown; M.E. McGarry; W.A. MacLeod.
File is a xerox photocopy of a photograph of first Sabin oral vaccine in Canada. Inscription reads: This photograph, taken in 1961, when the first Sabin oral vaccine in Canada was administered at Wedgeport, was used on the Peoples Tree at Expo 67 last year. It shows Dr. V.K. Rideout, director of western Health Unit, talking with the mother and child who were the first to receive the vaccine. Dr. C.E. VanRooyen, director, division, division of laboratories, and Miss Cecile Amirault, supervisor of nurses, Yarmouth, lock on. (National Film Board, Bob Brooks).
File is a composite photograph of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine, Fourth Year Class - 1977-1978. The photograph consists of portraits of Wendy, Amirault, Vincenzo Arcieri-Piersanti, Duncan Armstrong, John Baker, Jane Barlow, Harris Barton, Laurence Barzelai, Gordon Beck, Helen Bell, Allen Bishop, Joanne Blaxland, Kevin Bonner, Benjamin Boucher, Alan Buckley, George Burden, Robert Burris, Kenneth Chen, Mark Clark, Jacqueline Cloney, Alban Comeau, Robert Cooper, Gary Costain, Anthony Costantino, Warren Crooks, Yolands D'Intino, Thomas Davies, Carolyn Dean, Margaret Dingle, Rebecca Dobson, Anne Drysdale, Bruce Dykeman, Jacquelyn Evans, Leon Everett, Michael Fleming, Pamela Forsythe, Catherine George,Thomas Goulding, Robert Graham, Elizabeth Guptill, William Harper, David Hirsch, Brian Horsman, Keith Jackson, Shawn Jennings, David Kallio, Patrick Killorn, Thomas Laughlin, Joseph Lawen, Norman Lister, Mary Lobban, Harold MacCausland, Diane MacDonald, Francis MacDonald, Linda MacDonald, Robert MacDonald, Alexander MacDougall, John Roy MacEachern, David MacRae, Bernard McIntyre, Roger McKelvey, Monica McNeill, Ronald Milne, Thomas Morgan, Thomas Murphy, Michael Murphy, Gerald Wyatt, Richard Nason, Attilio Negro, Paul Newton, Patrick O'Connor, Mihkel Oja, Dustan Osborn, Thomas Park, Robert Paterson, James Poirier, Allen Rodgers, Rita Ruparelia, Sonia Russell, Beatriz Sainz, Brian Schnare, Robert Sliver, Thomas Simpson, Paul Smith, Robert Taylor, Anna Timell, Brenda Tomilson, Hendrik Visser, William Vlahos, Earle Wadden, Bruce Walmsley, Robert Webb, Elric Winter.
File contains correspondence with Derek Mann; J. D. Hatcher; Robbie Shaw; Kingsley Brown; Peter C. Gordon; and Roselle Green. The file also includes a document about the information office at Dalhousie University; a statement of public relation philosophy adopted by Dalhousie University; a document called "The Crisis in Medical Research at Dalhousie University"; a photocopy of "Media Impact: A Quick Look Inside"; and a booklet by Derek Mann called "An ounce of PRevention: universities and public relations." The documents in this file are all related to Barbara Hinds' employment at the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine
File contains a cassette tape recording of Barbara Hinds' interview with Dr. Alexander Leighton, a psychiatrist. The interview is about an investigation into the incidence of mental illness in western Nova Scotia. This is the fourth in a series of four interviews. The file also contains two typed scripts of intros and outros for two interviews with Dr. Leighton.
File contains photographs of the exterior of the Public Health Clinic at Dalhousie University, now known as the Clinical Research Centre. The photographs also show the Forrest Building, the campus around the medical school, and the Public Health Clinic cornerstone.
Item is a photograph of the 1935-1936 Nu Sigma Chapter of the Phi Chi Medical Fraternity. The photograph shows L. R. Perea; T. G. Stentaford; J. E. Donahue; D. J. Tonning; R. R. Strong; E. M. Fogo; J. A. Gallant; W. I. Bent; F. B. Wishart; WM. Simpson; C. L. Gosse; H. G. Quigley; R. F. Plumer; W. H. Embree; R. F. Dove; H. D. Roberts; L. R. Ryan; Dr. R. P. Smith; Dr. T. M. Sieniewicz; C. R. Trask (Treasurer); C. J. MacDonald (President); G. J. LeBrun (P. J.); R. B. Hogan (Secretary); Dr. A. G. MacLeod; and J. A. Glorioso sitting or standing in three rows and wearing tuxedos. H. J. Devereux; C. A. Dominquez; T. E. Grant; C. G. Harries; G. G. Hatfield; and A. R. Grant are absent from the photograph.
File is a composite photograph the Dalhousie Faculty of Medicine Class of 1910. Photograph includes 10 photocopies of individual student portraits and one sepia photograph of the Victoria General Hospital. Composite photograph includes student portraits of: D.A. McAulay; A.E. Horne; Minnie G. Spencer; A.K. Roy; R.M. Saunders; P.W.S. MacDonnell; C.W. Stramberg; J.J. MacDonald; M.G. Burns; B. Angela Bober; W.V. Coffin; F.G. MacAskill.