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- Tags: Avis H. (Marshall) McCurdy
Item is a dance card from a freshie-soph dance held by Delta Gamma.
Item is a dance card from a dance hosted by Delta Gamma at the Dalhousie gymnasium on March 3, 1925.
Page 1 of the Dalhousie Gazette, Volume 59, Issue 13
Item is page 1 of the Dalhousie Gazette, Volume 59, Issue 13, featuring an article called "Year Book is Assured" and a photograph of yearbook editor Avis Marshall.
Tags: Avis H. (Marshall) McCurdy, Pharos
Photograph of a class pin and Delta Gamma pin
Item is a photograph of a Dalhousie University class of 1927 pin and a Delta Gamma pin owned by Avis H. (Marshall) McCurdy.
Winners of Gazette competitions : Six writers qualify for Gazette D's
Item is an article from page 5 of Volume 59, Issue 20 of the Dalhousie Gazette, published April 1, 1927. The article names Gazette writers who won awards, and lists all of their Gazette writers and their standings.
Cover of the Dalhousie University Yearbook 1927
Item is the cover of the first Dalhousie University Yearbook, published in 1927. The yearbook contains images and text regarding Dalhousie University and its graduates, faculty, and buildings on campus.
Tags: Avis H. (Marshall) McCurdy, Pharos, yearbook
Malcom Honor Society
Item is an article titled "Malcom Honor Society" from the first page of Volume 59, Issue 19 of the Dalhousie Gazette, published March 17, 1927. The article features a photograph of Avis H. Marshall, a new member of the honour society.
Dalhousie Gazette, Volume 59, Issue 13
Item is an issue of the Dalhousie Gazette published on February 3, 1927.
'27 elects officers
Item is an article from page 3 of Volume 59, Issue 15 of the Dalhousie Gazette, published February 17, 1927. The title of the article is "'27 Elects Officers" and is lists the names of the people elected as life officers for the Dalhousie University…
Composite photograph of Arts, Science, Commerce, and Engineering Faculty and Class of 1927
File contains three copies of a composite photograph of the 1927 faculty and class of the Dalhousie University faculties of Arts, Science, Commerce, and Engineering. The photograph consists of portraits of A. D. Johnson; M. F. Eriksen; R. McK.…
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