File PC1, Oversize Folder 19 - Photographic collage of the Dalhousie University graduating class in medicine of 1908

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Photographic collage of the Dalhousie University graduating class in medicine of 1908

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PC1, Oversize Folder 19

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  • 1908 (Creation)
    Gauvin & Gentzel

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1 collage : photographs and paint ; 74 x 99 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 was acquired from the Kellogg Library.

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File contains a photographic collage of the Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine class of 1908. The collage consists of photographs of M.D. D.A. Campbell; M.D. N.F. Cunningham; M.D. M. Chisholm; M.D. L.M. Silver; MRCS E.V. Hogan; M.D. M.A. Curry; M.D. W.H. Hattie; M.D. G.M. Campbell; M.D. A.W.H. Lindsday; MRCS N.E. McKay; S.H. Thibault; S.R. Johnston; W.L. MacLean; S.R. Brown; J.G. Bruce; W.A. MacLeod; W. Patton; F.N. Reid; M.R. McGarry; M.F. McGarry; B.W. Mosher; and McLellan arranged around photographs of the Victoria General Hospital and the Forrest Building, on a painted background. Another photograph, likely of another building, was attached below the photographs of the students, but it is missing.

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Item is very damaged on the corners and edges. One edge is taped together and one photograph is missing.

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  • Oversize-folder: PC1, Oversize Folder 19