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Ruth Goodman's Dalhousie University graduation scrapbook

File contains a scrapbook assembled by Ruth Marilyn (Goodman) Pink commemorating events from her graduation from Dalhousie University and a few years after. The scrapbook contains programs from Dalhousie Glee Club and other musical performances; a 1936 Dalhousie convocation program; congratulatory telegrams and greeting cards sent to Goodman; remnants of dried flowers; dance cards; place cards with attached pencils; menus; a Valentine card and other greeting cards. There are also photographs of Ruth Goodman; Rose Goodman; Jeanette Goodman; members of the Class of 1936; unidentified family and friends; White Point Beach; the Annapolis Valley; Pictou Lodge; and Sydney. A copy of Alice Simensky's obituary (1918-2015) is tucked into the back of the scrapbook.

Dalhousie University Photograph Collection

  • PC1
  • Collection
  • [186-]-2015
Collection contains thousands of photographs depicting events at Dalhousie University from the late 1800s to the present day.

Program from a special convocation for the opening of the Dalhousie Life Sciences Centre

Item consists of two copies of a program from a special convocation for the opening of the Dalhousie Life Sciences Centre. The program contains the order of proceedings and transcripts of citations given during the presentation of honorary degrees to the Honourable Allan Joseph MacEachen, William Edward Ricker, George Isaac Smith, and Robert William Stewart.

Dalhousie University convocation programs 1974

File contains programs from Dalhousie University convocations in 1974. The programs include two copies of a program from a special convocation for the opening of the Dalhousie Life Sciences Centre on April 19, 1974; and a program from Dalhousie convocation ceremonies on May 16, 1974 and May 17, 1974.

Photograph of graduates at a Dalhousie University convocation ceremony

Item is a photograph of a group of graduates standing in front of building during a convocation ceremony at Dalhousie University in 1931. The photograph shows Robert Clifford Levy; Charles Lamb; Herbert Simpson Lamb; Maxwell Alexander Ross; Alexander O'Handley; Harold Blanchard Price; Fernando Llorens Duharte; Daniel Philip Wallace; Percy Clarendon Henley; James Harold Conrad; Murray Nauss Zinck; Douglas Alvin Conrad; Robert Louis Miller; Russell Blendid Dockrill; Frank Archibald McIntyre; Oswin MacDonald; John James Copland; Rudolph Thomas LeBlanc; Francis Beverley Chipman; Azel Randolph Lusby; Gordon Mitchell Graham; John Killeen McKee; Ronald Joseph MacDonald; A. Stanley MacKenzie (President); Evelyn Christine Blois; Helen Gladys Williams; Jane Porter Smith; Mary Barbara Currie; Enid Elizabeth Johnson; Lillian Elsbeth Sadler; Nelly Beatrice Conrad; Ethel Beatrice Conrad; Doris Gwendolyn Margeson; and Minna Elinor Brenton. Most of the students are law students.

Photograph of a convocation procession

File contains a photograph of a procession of graduates during a convocation ceremony at Dalhousie in 1928. The photograph shows A.M. Olive; Mabel A. Borden; Muriel C. Donahue; Kathleen A. Hagen; Gladys A. King; Marion Thompson; W.G. Dustan; J.A. Dorbes; M.L. Keating; H.B. Ross; Anna M. Wilson; D. Cooper; and John C. Hall lined up outside a stone building.

Photograph of a convocation procession

Item is a photograph of a procession at the 1926 spring convocation ceremony at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows J. C. Webster (L.L.D.); G. S. Campbell; I. Gammell (L.L.D.); Prof. H. HUrray; Dean Read; Bishop Correll; Prof. H. A. Kent; Dr. J. Stewart; General Thacker; C. H. Mitchell; G. F. Pearson; D. Cameron; and P. A. Bonet (Consul) walking in a procession by a stone building.

Hayward, J.C.M.

Photograph of a procession of graduates

Item is a photograph of a procession of graduates at the 1926 spring convocation ceremony at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows Elinor Barnstead; Molly Beresford; Dorothie Berry; Agnes Bown; Marion Campbell; Marjorie Colquhoun; Margaret Crocker; Josephine Dresner; Allison FitzRandolph; Edith Hallett; Ruby Hayman; Evernia Jensen; Charlotta Johnson; and Vera Knox standing in line outside the Science Building (Chemistry Building).

Hayward, J.C.M.

Photograph of the Dalhousie University class of 1925 at convocation

Item is a photograph taken on the day of the 1925 spring convocation ceremony at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows Irene Viola Allen; Jennie Laura Brown; Anna Helen Cameron; Ruth Errington Campbell; Katherine Hannington Covert; Isabelle Gertrude Crawford; Annie Elizabeth Crowdis; Julia Weir Douglas; Harriett Evelyn Elliott; Marian Margaret Elliott; Hazel Gwendolyn Garcin; Anna Margaret Catherine Grant; Hope Evermore Hamilton; Flora Isabel MacDonald; Alice Ethel MacInnis; Margaret McLeod; Sophia MacLeod; Mary Bell Marshall; Mary Frances Milner; Charlotte Edna Parker; Evelyn Frances Hyslop Rogers; Beatrice Margaret Smith; Jean Church Webber; Pearl Gertrude Young; Maurice Whitman Armstrong; Keith Huestis Butler; Douglas Gordon Christie; Howard Hamilton; Andrew Olding Hebb; Donald Olding Hebb; Edwin Cecil Johnstone; John Donald Nelson MacDonald; Charles Gilmore MacLennan; Harry Stafford Morton; Samuel Bernard Profitt; Victor Perrin Seary; Robert Brodie Taylor; Arthur Dunbrack Yuill; Cyrus Arthur William Grierson; George Craig Laurence; William Cedric Chipman; Reginald Matheson Piercey; Samuel Sheffman; Clarence MacLeod Spencer; and Roberta Bond standing in several rows in front of stone building.

Photograph of the Dalhousie University class of 1925 at convocation

Item is a photograph taken on the day of the 1925 spring convocation ceremony at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows Jennie Laura Brown; Anna Helen Cameron; Ruth Errington Campbell; Katherine Hannington Covert; Isabelle Gertrude Crawford; Annie Elizabeth Crowdis; Julia Weir Douglas; Harriett Evelyn Elliott; Marian Margaret Elliot; Hazel Gwendolyn Garcin; Anna Margaret Catherine Grant; Hope Evermore Hamilton; Flora Isabel MacDonald; Alice Ethel MacInnis; Margaret McLeod; Sophia MacLeod; Mary Bell Marshall; Mary Frances Milner; Charlotte Edna Parker; Evelyn Frances Hyslop Rogers; Beatrice Margaret Smith; Jean Church Webber; Pearl Gertrude Young; Maurice Whitman Armstrong; Keith Huestis Butler; Douglas Gordon Christie; Hugh Artworth Fraser; Howard Hamilton; Andrew Olding Hebb; Donald Olding Hebb; Edwin Cecil Johnstone; John Donald Nelson MacDonald; Charles Gilmore MacLennan; Fridtof Charles Eugene MacRitchie; Harry Stafford Morton; Samuel Bernard Profitt; Victor Perrin Seary; Robert Brodie Taylor; Arthur Dunbrack Yuill; Cyrus Arthur William Grierson; Alden Bernard Hayman; Allan Chaloner Hill; George Craig Laurence; Norman Wilfrid Squares deCarteret; Samuel Sheffman; Clarence MacLeod Spencer; and Roberta Bond standing in several rows in front of stone building.

Photograph of a convocation procession

Item is a photograph of a procession at the 1926 spring convocation ceremony at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows Archdeacon Armitage; Dean Lloyd; Rev. J. W. A. Nicholson; Hon. G. E. Faulkner; W. E. Maclellan; S. A. Morhan; G. A. Burbidge; Prof. Copp; and D. S. McIntosh walking in a procession by a stone building.

Hayward, J.C.M.

Photographs from 1925 Dalhousie University spring convocation

File contains photographs of taken at the 1925 Dalhousie University spring convocation. The photographs show members of the class of 1925 standing in a group. Each photograph has a page from the convocation program attached to it. The page is a list of graduates with numbers written next to the names. The subjects of the photographs are numbered with corresponding numbers.

Hayward, J.C.M.

Inaugural addresses delivered by James DeMille during convocation at Dalhousie College

File contains two inaugural addresses delivered by James DeMille at convocation ceremonies of Dalhousie College. The first inaugural address was delivered on November 4, 1873 and printed in Dalhousie Gazette, Vol. 6, No. 1 (November 15, 1873). The second inaugural address was delivered at convocation in 1878 and printed in Dalhousie Gazette, New series Vol. 4, No. 1 and No. 2 (November 23, 1878 and December 7, 1878).

De Mille, James

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