File PC1, Oversize Folder 33 - Photographic collage of the Dalhousie University Arts and Science faculty and class of 1900

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Photographic collage of the Dalhousie University Arts and Science faculty and class of 1900

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PC1, Oversize Folder 33

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  • 1900 (Creation)
    Gauvin & Gentzel

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1 collage : photographs and paint ; 30 x 38 in.

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Gauvin, Gentzel & Company was a photographic studio founded by George A. Gauvin and Adolphe E. Gentzel in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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File contains a photographic collage of the Dalhousie University Arts and Science faculty and class of 1900. The collage consists of portraits of E. H. Ramsay; D. McD. Campbell; E. McDonald; P. J. Worsley; J. W. Weldon; C. M. Pasea; A. Benoit; L. B. MacKenzie; D. H. McKinnon; D. W. MacKenzie; J. S. Ross; Miss N. K. MacKay; Miss M. McKee; Miss C. F. Mair; T. C. Wood; M. S. Johnstone; E. Douglas; Prof. A. MacMechan; Prof. J. Liechti; Prof. E. MacKay; J. W. G. Morrison; A. G. Spencer; E. A. MacLeod; Prof. Weldon; Prof. J. Forrest; Prof. C. Macdonald; W. S. MacDonald; J. A. Fisher; P. D. Mackintosh; Prof. W. Murray; Prof. J. G. MacGregor; Prof. H. Murray; C. A. Thompson; W. O. Farquharson; J. Rankine; Miss Ruth Simpson; Miss E. H. Stewart; H. A. Kent; C. A. Myers; A. L. MacDougall; J. S. Bentley; T. C. Hebb; Miss E. M. Read; Miss Flemming; A. R. Cunningham; F. G. Mackintosh; B. C. Anderson; and M. S. MacDonald arranged in several rows on a painted background along with photographs of the Forrest Building exterior, entrance hall, and library. The faculty portraits are arranged inside two overlapping zeroes.

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The edges of the matboard are heavily damaged.

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