Item is a photograph of the interior of the law library in the Forrest Building at Dalhousie University. There are several people sitting at tables and reading or writing. The photograph is enclosed in a plastic sleeve.
Item consists of two copies of a photograph of the law library in the Forrest Building at Dalhousie University. The image appears to have been photocopied from a photograph mounted on a larger matboard.
Item consists of three proof sheets with 76 photographs taken in the Killam Memorial Library. The photographs are interior shots of various rooms in the library. One prof sheet also includes photographs of an identified baby. Some photographs have been cut out from the proof sheets and are not included.
Item is a photograph of Hon. E. N. Rhodes, the premier of Nova Scotia, speaking at the laying of the cornerstone of the public archives building. The photograph shows Rhodes holding a piece of paper, standing on a stage, and speaking to the guests.
Item is a photograph of Hon. E. N. Rhodes speaking to guests at the laying of the cornerstone of the public archives building. The photograph was taken from the side of the stage where Rhodes is standing and rows of guests can be seen.
Item is a photograph of Archbishop Worrell and Hon. E. N. Rhodes at the laying of the cornerstone of the public archives building. Worrell is standing with an arm raised while Rhodes is picking up the trowel to lay the cornerstone.
Item is a photograph of trees and landscaping near the F. H. Sexton Memorial Gymnasium on Dalhousie University' Sexton Campus, formerly the Technical University of Nova Scotia. The photograph was taken in the winter and the trees and ground are covered in snow. The gymnasium is visible through the trees.
File contains photographs of the Chase Building at Dalhousie University (the former Nova Scotia Public archives Building); the Nova Scotia Public Archives Building; and aerial views of Dalhousie University's Studley Campus.