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Drawing of sterling silver fish that adorn the base of the Dalhousie University mace

Item is a pencil drawing of the silver fish that adorn the base of the Dalhousie University mace. The drawing, by R.L. de C.H. Saunders, shows an orthographic projection and a bird's-eye view of the fish, which were added to the mace to recognize the primary source of the local economy. The bird's-eye view shows a seashell between the fish tails that was not incorporated into the mace when it was built by A.H. MacMillan.

Drawing of circular scene at the base of the Dalhousie University mace

Item is a pencil drawing by R.L. de C.H. Saunders that shows Saunders' design for a circular scene carved into the base of the Dalhousie University mace. The drawing shows the "deep gutter between sky and sea" and a sea nymph "calling across the waves toward the setting sun in representation of the impulse that led navigators to sail westward to our shores."

Drawing of circlet of mayflowers carved into the head of the Dalhousie University mace

Item is a pencil drawing by R.L. de C.H. Saunders. The drawing illustrates Saunders' design for a circlet of mayflowers that adorns the head of the Dalhousie University mace. The mayflowers symbolize the province and the "flowering new civilization therein which led to the establishment of the university."

Drawing of Scottish earl's coronet carved into the head of the Dalhousie University mace

Item is a pencil drawing by R.L. de C.H. Saunders. The drawing illustrates Saunders' design for the five-rayed Scottish earl's coronet that adorns the head of the Dalhousie University mace. The drawing includes measurements and other notes written in pencil. The coronet is included in the mace "in recognition of the University founder, the 9th Earl of Dalhousie." This part of the mace was carved into a piece of oak cut from the estate of the Earl of Dalhousie.

Drawing of the sterling silver Celtic cross that adorns the head of the Dalhousie University mace

Item is a pencil drawing by R.L. de C.H. Saunders. The drawing illustrates Saunders' design for the sterling silver Celtic cross that adorns the head of the Dalhousie University mace. The drawing includes measurements and other notes written in pencil. The Celtic cross is set atop the cap of the coronet that forms the uppermost part of the mace head.

Drawing of the sterling silver Celtic cross that adorns the head of the Dalhousie University mace

Item is a pencil drawing by R.L. de C.H. Saunders. The drawing illustrates Saunders' design for the sterling silver Celtic cross that adorns the head of the Dalhousie University mace. The drawing includes measurements other notes written in pencil. The Celtic cross is set atop the cap of the coronet that forms the uppermost part of the mace head. This drawing shows the University motto "Ora et Labora" and the five points of the coronet surrounding the Celtic cross.

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 year book of Dalhousie, the college by the sea : 1930

Item is Dalhousie's fourth yearbook. It features photographs, drawings and written information about Dalhousie graduates, faculty, campus buildings, student societies and athletics. The volume is dedicated to Dr. Archibald MacMechan, Dalhousie professor of English language and literature from 1889-1931.

Dalhousie University yearbook 1928

Item is Dalhousie's second yearbook, published by students in 1928. It features photographs, drawings and written information about Dalhousie graduates, faculty, campus buildings, student societies and athletics.

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 1937

Item is a 1937 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 18 and 75.

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.
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