Item is a proof sheet with three similar photographs of the 1972 Dalhousie women's field hockey team standing or kneeling in two rows. One of the photographs was used in University News, Vol. 3, no. 6.
File contains eight photographs taken in the Sir James Dunn Law Library in the Weldon Law Building at Dalhousie University. The photographs show various rooms and areas in the library and people working or reading in the library. Some of the photos were taken for an issue of Ansul.
File contains photographs taken during the construction of the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building at Dalhousie University; a photograph from the demolition of the heating plant on Carleton Campus at Dalhousie University; and negatives of photographs of doors and entryways at the Tupper Building.
File contains 19 photographs of Dalhousie students being presented with Physical Education awards. The names of the people presenting the awards are not included. The accompanying list names 24 award winners but only 19 photographs are included in the file.
Item is a contact sheet of six photographs of Mrs. James Sisk and Vice-President Donald McNeill looking at George Ramsay's bust and a portrait of Reverend John Forrest, third president of Dalhousie University. Mrs. Sisk is the granddaughter of George Munro, and the grand niece of John Forrest. Her father, Jacob Gould Schurman, was a professor of philosophy at Dalhousie in the 1880s before becoming president at Cornell University in 1892.
File contains photographs of models of proposed buildings for Dalhousie Univeristy, including the Izaak Killam Memorial Library, the Life Sciences Centre, the Physical Sciences Centre, and the Dental Building. The photographs have captions attached to them.
File contains photographs of H. Lola Henry, secretary to the president at Dalhousie University. The photographs show Henry receiving an honorary degree from Henry Hicks at a convocation in 1968; Henry sitting at a desk with a pen and paper; and Henry sitting at a desk with a typewriter.
File contains photographs of Dalhousie University students who received awards and scholarships. The photographs show Atul Shama; Ian David Gay; Milorad Mrakovcic; Ian Fraser; John Grant Myers; Forest M. Fyfe; K.I.G. Reid; Peter James Dey; Terence E. Hogan; Allister MacDonald; Barrie J. Frost; Henry Hicks; and other unidentified people.
Item is a contact sheet with eight photographs of Dalhousie Faculty of Medicine Alumni reception and dinner on November 21st, 1972. The photographs show Dr. Ross; Dr. MacGregor; Lloyd Macpherson; and Ross Langley.
File contains photographs taken during convocation ceremonies at Dalhousie University in 1973. One photograph shows Dean Gray, Dr. Francis Norman Hughes, Dr. Henry Hicks, and another person at the arts and science convocation ceremony. The other photograph shows Dr. Laurence Cecil Bartlett Gower receiving an honorary degree from Henry Hicks at the law convocation ceremony.
File contains photographs taken at the opening convocation of the Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building at Dalhousie University. The photographs show the 19th Earl of Dalhousie, The Queen Mother, Robert L. Stanfield, Henry Hicks, and other unidentified attendees on stage in academic dress.
File contains prints and proof sheets of photographs taken during high school tours of the Sir James Dunn Science Building and possibly the Life Science Centre at Dalhousie University. Most of the photographs were taken during a tour by students from Oxford Regional High School and show Dr. G. Stroink and Ralph Deveau demonstrating science experiments.
Item is a photograph taken in the Sir James Dunn Law Library in the Weldon Law Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows a room with several work tables arranged between rows of book shelves. There are students working at the tables.
Item is a photograph of Vice-President Andrew MacKay and Swedish Ambassador to Canada at Dalhousie University. Photograph shows (from left to right) Andrew MacKay, Vice-President of Dalhousie; Swedish Ambassador to Canada; and two unidentified men.
Item is a photograph of three unidentified women wearing traditional costume from different countries. The photograph was taken during an event called IntroDal. The women are members of the International Students' Association.
Item is a photograph taken during the construction of the Student Union Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows the exterior of the building before windows were installed. The photograph was taken in May or June 1968.
Item is a photograph taken during the construction of the Student Union Building at Dalhousie University. The photograph shows the exterior of the building and piles of dirt and construction equipment.