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Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings

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This large collection comprises Acadia University photographs that lack provenance. This collection contains campus and related buildings. Subject headings used specify dates for buildings or periods of campus growth and change.
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A.C.A. Residence, circa 1918

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Dates: 1918
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Postcard of Horton Hall (also known as the Acadia Collegiate Academy Residence) from University Avenue. Exterior view of the four-storey limestone structure with three visible entrances. At least five people visible in the windows. Caption reads: "A.C.A. RESIDENCE, Wolfville. N.S." Written on reverse in ink: "MrsH" and "1918-1919".
Accession Number: APC721
Creator: Graham, Edson, 1869-1956
Type: photograph

Academy Boarding House, circa 1860

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Dates: 1860
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the building, located near the Emmerson Memorial Library (built much later). Two-and-a-half-storey wooden structure with basement and two partially visible out buildings and three, visible entrances. Twenty-two, unidentified men posing with the building. This is the second campus structure built.
Accession Number: APC382
Type: photograph

Academy Residence, circa 1887

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Dates: 1887
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view from Main Street looking north. Three-storey wooden structure with out buildings and two, visible entrances. Property is fenced. Photograph may have been taken by William Chase when he came to take images of the College Hall ruins.
Accession Number: APC379
Type: photograph

Acadia farm, circa 1900

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Dates: 1900
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: At least four people, farm equipment and animals, and a house with out buildings set in a field against a ridge of trees. Likely the Acadia farm, said to be located near the Robie Roscoe Services Building (which was built much later). Written in pencil on reverse: "X Mr. William Oliver" [underlined] and "These were left at the parsonage" [underlined]
Accession Number: APC063
Type: photograph

Acadia Seminary, circa 1890

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Dates: 1890
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the west facing sides of the original four-storey building with the three-storey extension. A horse and buggy is parked outside the main building entrance. Two flagpoles are visible; one of which is flying a flag.
Accession Number: APC385
Type: photograph

Acadia University, circa 1919

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Dates: 1919
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Sketch of the campus and buildings from an areal perspective. The area south of campus is shown in the background. Image was used in academic calendars. May have been a concept sketch to show how the gymnasium would fit on the campus landscape.
Accession Number: ACP424
Type: photograph

Acadia's Student Centre and grounds, circa 1972

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Dates: 1972
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: External view of the west side and landscaped grounds of the Student Centre and Student Union Building from Horton Avenue. A parking lot and corner of Wheelock Dining Hall visible.
Accession Number: APC667.13
Creator: Jeff Wilson photography
Type: photograph

Acadia's Student Centre construction site, 30 October 1970

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Dates: 1970
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Construction site showing the concrete walls and dirt foundation for the building. Typed on reverse: "Slab Elev. 95-Looking West".
Accession Number: APC667.9
Creator: Wood, Gerald E.
Type: photograph

Acadia's Student Centre construction, circa 1969

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Dates: 1969
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Heavy construction equipment at the site, located along Horton Avenue, inside the fenced area. Denton Hall, Seminary, the tower of University Hall, and the Practice House are in the background.
Accession Number: APC667.7
Type: photograph

Acadia's Student Centre construction, circa 1969

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Dates: 1969
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Heavy construction equipment being used to prepare a designed area along Horton Avenue. A fence, Denton Hall, and the Practice House in background.
Accession Number: APC667.3
Type: photograph

Acadia's Student Centre construction, circa 1970

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Dates: 1970
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Large crane used to lift equipment for the construction of the Acadia's Student Centre. Some foundation work visible in foreground. Denton Hall, the Chapel, the Library and the Practice house visible in background.
Accession Number: APC667.5
Type: photograph

Acadia's Student Centre construction, circa 1970

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Dates: 1970
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Large crane used to lift equipment for the construction of the Acadia's Student Centre. Some foundation work visible in foreground. Denton Hall, the Chapel, the Library and the Practice house visible in background.
Accession Number: APC667.4
Type: photograph

Acadia's Student Centre foundation, 30 October 1970

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Dates: 1970
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Men working on the foundation in the construction area next to the north side of the Student Union Building. Whitman Hall, McConnell Dining Hall, Willett House, Carnegie Hall, Emmerson Hall, and Denton Hall are visible in background. Typed on reverse: "Line 'M'--Looking West".
Accession Number: APC667.8
Creator: Wood, Gerald E.
Type: photograph

Acadia's Student Centre pedway, circa 1972

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Dates: 1972
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Pedway connecting the Student Centre to the Student Union Building. Alley between the buildings is almost complete. Written on reverse in ink: "Alley-way and bridge connecting old building with new structure."
Accession Number: APC667.10
Type: photograph

Acadia's Student Centre, August 1971

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Dates: 1971
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the west side of the three-storey cement building under construction. An area of Highland Avenue is visible in the background. Written on reverse in ink: "SUB-August 1971 from Roof of Denton Hall".
Accession Number: APC667.11
Type: photograph

Areal view of campus and town, circa 1940

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Dates: 1940
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: View looking northward. Raymond Field and the Arena are prominently visible. One-third of the image is torn off, resulting in the loss of downtown Wolfville in the image. The dykes and the Cornwallis River are visible in the background.
Accession Number: APC574.2
Type: photograph

Areal view of campus and town, circa 1940

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Dates: 1940
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: View looking eastward. Many campus buildings visible in foreground. Wolfville area and beyond in background. Wolfville School is easily distinguished.
Accession Number: APC574
Type: photograph

Areal view of campus and town, circa 1966

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Dates: 1966
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Looking north westward towards the Grand Pre area. Most campus buildings visible. The new Student Union Building, Denton Hall, and Huggins Science Hall are not yet built. Wolfville Post Office, the train station, and Wolfville Baptist Church are very distinguishable. Boot Island, Long Island, and beyond are visible. Written on image in ink: "Between 1965 abd 1968". Many campus buildings… more
Accession Number: APC420
Type: photograph

Areal view of campus, circa 1930

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Dates: 1930
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Areal view of campus and buildings, looking westward. University Hall is in the centre of the image and the north side steps and landscaping dates this image to shortly after construction. Patterson Hall appears to have been recently constructed, but may not be complete. Parts of Wolfville visible including structures, orchards, and farms along Main Street, Horton Avenue, Acadia Street, and… more
Accession Number: APC391.2
Type: photograph

Areal view of campus, circa 1940

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Dates: 1940
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Areal view of campus grounds and buildings, looking north west. Parts of Wolfville visible such as orchards, farms, and structures along Horton Avenue, Main Street, University Avenue, and Acadia Street. By dating campus buildings, cataloguer assumes the image was taken circa 1940; but the lack of evidence for the old Acadia farm suggests the image may be closer to 1956.
Accession Number: APC391.1
Type: photograph

Burning of College Hall Dec. '20

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Dates: 1921
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Postcard showing entrance and tower section of Second College Hall on fire with smoke coming from the roof. Written on matte in ink: "The Burning of College Hall Dec. '20". Written on reverse in ink: "Mrs. Coleman 1920-1923".
Accession Number: APC720
Type: photograph

Campus entrance from Main Street, circa 1925

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Dates: 1925
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Looking northward at the campus entrance from Main Street leading straight to University Hall. South side of University Hall and (partially) Acadia Ladies' Seminary visible. Image taken from a hill directly across from the Main Street entrance.
Accession Number: APC392.2
Type: photograph

Chipman Hall, 1908

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Dates: 1908
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view from University Avenue looking south west. Four-storey, wooden structure with French roof and two, visible entrances. No widow's walk. Sidewalk visible. The old gymnasium visible in background.
Accession Number: APC380
Type: photograph

Chipman Hall, circa 1877

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Dates: 1877
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view from the current University Avenue looking north west. Four-storey wooden structure with a French roof and a widow's walk and two, visible entrances. Property is fenced. Twelve, unidentified men posing in the foreground. Landscape of west Wolfville visible in the background. Photograph possibly taken by William Chase when he came to photograph the College Hall ruins. If so, the… more
Accession Number: APC378
Type: photograph

Chipman Hall, circa 1890

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Dates: 1890
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view from University Avenue looking west. Four-storey wooden structure with a widow's walk and two entrances. Twenty-four unidentified men, sitting and standing, pose in the foreground. Property is fenced. Another building is partially visible in the background.
Accession Number: APC421
Creator: Chase, W.
Type: photograph

Chipman Hall, circa 1897

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Dates: 1897
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Looking westward over Wolfville. Chipman Hall, without a widow's walk, is prominent among the trees in the foreground. In the background are structures and orchards of west Wolfville. Image likely taken from an upper floor or roof of the Acadia Ladies' Seminary or (Second) College Hall.
Accession Number: APC398
Type: photograph

Chipman House, 17 December 1960

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Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the north and west sides. A Volkswagen bug is parked outside, just off University Avenue. Image may have been taken for publicity purposes when the building opened.
Accession Number: APC419.10
Creator: Wood, Gerald E.
Type: photograph

Chipman House, 17 December 1960

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Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the south side of the three-storey brick structure. Taken during or shortly after construction. Raymond House is partially visible on the east side. Image may have been taken for publicity purposes.
Accession Number: APC419.9
Creator: Wood, Gerald E.
Type: photograph

Chipman House, 17 December 1960

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Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the south and east sides of the three-storey brick structure with basement and two entrances. Taken during or shortly after construction Willett Hall is partially visible on the north side and a white house is partially visible on the west side. Image may have been taken for publicity purposes
Accession Number: APC419.7
Creator: Wood, Gerald E.
Type: photograph

Chipman House, 17 December 1960

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Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the south and west sides of the three-storey brick structure with basement and two entrances. Taken during or shortly after construction. Raymond House is partially visible on the east side and Emmerson Library is partially visible on the north side. Image may have been taken for publicity purposes.
Accession Number: APC419.8
Creator: Wood, Gerald E.
Type: photograph

Chipman House, 17 December 1960

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Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view, likely the south and east sides, of the three-storey brick structure with basement and two entrances. Taken during or shortly after construction. Partially visible is a white structure to the west of the building. Image may have been taken for publicity purposes when the building opened.
Accession Number: APC419.6
Creator: Wood, Gerald E.
Type: photograph

Chipman House, 19 December 1960

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Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Interior view of the Warden's apartment showing a couch, a chair, a bookcase, an end table, and a decorated Christmas tree.
Accession Number: APC419.3
Creator: Wood, Gerald E.
Type: photograph

Chipman House, 19 December 1960

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Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Interior view of a double student room showing a chair, two beds, and two desks. Image may have been used for publicity purposes when the building opened.
Accession Number: APC419.5
Creator: Wood, Gerald E.
Type: photograph

Chipman House, 8 December 1960

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Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Interior view of a corridor, showing wood paneled walls, a check tiled floor, dorm doors, and two exits. Image may have been taken for publicity purposes when the building opened.
Accession Number: APC419.1
Creator: Wood, Gerald E.
Type: photograph

Chipman House, 8 December 1960

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Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Interior view of the Common Room, with an upright piano and two chairs as well as a plaque with motto: "IN OTIO ARTES". Image may have been used for publicity purposes when the building opened.
Accession Number: APC419.2
Creator: Wood, Gerald E.
Type: photograph

Chipman House, 8 December 1960

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Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Interior view of a single student room showing a bed, desk, chairs, and bookshelf. Image may have been used for publicity purposes when the building opened.
Accession Number: APC419.4
Creator: Wood, Gerald E.
Type: photograph

College Hall fire, 2 December 1920

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Dates: 1920
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Snapshot of the tower and center section of the Second College Hall on fire. Silhouettes of people watching the fire in the foreground. One canon and concrete steps visible.
Accession Number: APC688.4
Creator: Boulter, Alymer Warren
Type: photograph

College Hall fire, 2 December 1920

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Dates: 1920
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Snapshot of the entire Second College Hall burning. The center block is a shell and the tower has fallen. Both canon visible. The fire is reflected on the ice and snow.
Accession Number: APC688.5
Creator: Boulter, Alymer Warren
Type: photograph

College Hall fire, 2 December 1920

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Dates: 1920
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Snapshot of the tower of Second College Hall on fire. The rest of the building is dark. Although no photographer is noted, image is similar to the series of photos taken by A.W. Boulter (ex 22).
Accession Number: APC976.3
Type: photograph

College Hall fire, 2 December 1920

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Dates: 1920
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Snapshot of the Second College Hall on fire. Image is taken from the north side, but the south wall is visible through the flames. The fire is reflected on the ice and snow in the foreground. Although no photographer is noted, image is similar to the series of photos taken by A.W. Boulter (ex 22).
Accession Number: APC976.4
Type: photograph

College Hall fire, 2 December 1920

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Dates: 1920
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Snapshot of the tower and most of the center section of Second College Hall on fire. Both ends and some of the center section are dark. Image taken from a distance on the north face of the building. One canon and concrete steps visible.
Accession Number: APC688.2
Creator: Boulter, Alymer Warren
Type: photograph

College Hall fire, 2 December 1920

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Dates: 1920
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Snapshot of the center section, the roof, and the tower of Second College Hall on fire. Both end sections remain dark. Image taken from a distance on the north side of the building. One canon visible.
Accession Number: APC688.1
Creator: Boulter, Alymer Warren
Type: photograph

College Hall fire, 2 December 1920

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Dates: 1920
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Snapshot of the center section and tower of Second College Hall on fire. Both end sections remain dark. Image taken from a distance on the north side of the building. Both canon visible. Written on reverse in pencil: "First of five photos taken by Mr. A.W. Boulter (ex 22) during the fire 2 December 1920".
Accession Number: APC688
Creator: Boulter, Alymer Warren
Type: photograph

College Hall fire, 2 December 1920

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Dates: 1920
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Snapshot of the entire Second College Hall in flames. Image taken from the north side at a safe distance from the building behind some trees. Although no photographer is noted, image is similar to the series of photos taken by A.W. Boulter (ex 22).
Accession Number: APC976.2
Type: photograph

College Hall fire, 2 December 1920

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Dates: 1920
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Snapshot of the entire center section of Second College Hall in flames and the tower only a shell. The fire is reflected on the ice and snow in the foreground. Although no photographer is noted, image is similar to the series of photos taken by A.W. Boulter (ex 22).
Accession Number: APC976.1
Type: photograph

College Hall fire, 2 Decmeber 1920

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Dates: 1920
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Snapshot of people gathered to watch Second College Hall burning. The people are in silhouette against the light of the fire. The fire is also reflected on the ice and snow in the foreground.
Accession Number: APC688.3
Creator: Boulter, Alymer Warren
Type: photograph

College Hall, circa 1880

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Dates: 1880
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the northern face of (Second) College Hall. Two storey, wooden structure with attic and three, visible entrances. Twenty-three men standing along the outside of the building. The grounds do not appear to be landscaped, indicating that the image was taken shortly after construction. No canon are in place at the front of the building. Acadia Ladies' Seminary is partly visible.
Accession Number: APC409
Creator: Ferguson, D.C.
Type: photograph

College Hall, circa 1890

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Dates: 1890
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the north face and east corner of (Second) College Hall and surrounding grounds. Two storey wooden structure with attic and three visible entrances. The flag pole is clearly visible, providing a clue for the location of (First) College Hall, and the widow's walk of Chipman Hall is visible.
Accession Number: APC414
Type: photograph

College Hall, circa 1895

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Dates: 1895
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the north face and east corner of (Second) College Hall and surrounding grounds. Two storey wooden structure with attic and three visible entrances. No canon are visible on the grounds, indicating this image dates before 1900.
Accession Number: APC412
Type: photograph

Construction site on Horton Avenue, cica 1969

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Dates: 1969
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Large crane lifting pipe from a flatbed truck. Construction site fenced off, preparing for the Acadia's Student Centre. Partially visible writing on fence. Other construction materials and trucks visible. Bancroft House, Godfrey House, and the Practice House visible in background.
Accession Number: APC667
Type: photograph

Drawing of a College hall, circa 1842

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Dates: 1842
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Artist's conception of a College hall set against a hill of trees with a road and stairs leading to the building. External view of a three-storey structure with four pillars. Accompanying note indicates this is First College Hall, and the drawing is similar but probably not the structure opened in 1844. Similar etchings were made by a Boston company.
Accession Number: APC388
Type: photograph

Grand Pre Seminary, circa 1862

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Dates: 1862
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view from the street. Two-and-a-half-storey wooden structure with attic and basement and one entrance. Thirteen women and girls standing outside and at least four women in windows. Property is fenced. Pile of stones or bricks in the street. Two other buildings partially visible. The first Seminary building was located in the former Chase School on Main Street, Wolfville, in 1861 under… more
Accession Number: APC384
Type: photograph

Group photo next to College Hall ruins, 1877

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Dates: 1877
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Large group of men and a few women, sitting and standing in this posed print. Ruins of (First) College Hall, a thicket of trees, and a flag pole in the background. Camera is facing north. Written in ink on matte: "Meeting of Governors, Professors, students + friends the morning after Old Acadia was burned. They were gathered directly in front of where the old building stood the trees behind… more
Accession Number: APC411
Creator: Chase, W.
Type: photograph

Music Barn demolition, circa 1970

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Dates: 1970
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior and interior view of the south and east sides of the two-storey wooden structure, which was annexed to the south side of Seminary House. Denton Hall (which replaced the Barn) in foreground. Seminary House, Rhodes Hall, and Patterson Hall in background.
Accession Number: APC616
Type: photograph

Rhodes Memorial Hall, circa 1930

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Dates: 1930
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the south and east faces of the two-storey brick structure with basement and two entrances. Patterson Hall and Horton Hall are partially visible in the background.
Accession Number: APC425
Type: photograph

Robie Roscoe Services building under construction, circa 1967

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Dates: 1967
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the physical plant building under construction (probably the north and west sides shown) located on the south east corner of University Avenue and Crowell Drive. Construction materials surround the building. The south wall is not yet built. Strips of sod line the front of the building, which is currently the space known as Crowell Drive. In 1971, the building was named Robie… more
Accession Number: APC668.2
Creator: Wood, Gerald E.
Type: photograph

Ruins of Acadia College, 1877

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Dates: 1877
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Twenty, unidentified men, posing on the rubble of (First) College Hall. The remains of brick and stone walls are easily visible. Fences, houses, a farm, and the church and parsonage on Prospect Street in the background. Camera is facing east. Written in ink on reverse: "Ruins of Acadia College, burned Dec. 2nd 1877".
Accession Number: APC410
Creator: Chase, W.
Type: photograph

Student Union Buiding, circa 1969

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Dates: 1969
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the north fact of the two-storey brick structure with one entrance visible. Students visible inside the building and at the entrance. Whitman Hall partially visible.
Accession Number: APC667.12
Creator: Denney, Don
Type: photograph

Surveying, circa 1968

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Dates: 1968
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Two men, one of whom is using a theodolite, outside an entrance to the Student Union Building. Whitman Hall visible in background. May be a student training exercise for the construction of the Acadia's Student Centre.
Accession Number: APC667.6
Type: photograph

Surveying, circa 1968

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Dates: 1968
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Two men, one of whom is using a theodolite, outside an entrance to the Student Union Building. Whitman Hall, McConnell Dining Hall, Willett House, and cars visible in background. May be a student training exercise for the construction of the Acadia's Student Centre.
Accession Number: APC667.2
Type: photograph

Textile Lab and Campus Inn, circa 1960

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Dates: 1960
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of two wooden single-storey structures facing southward. Another structure (possibly the Music Barn) and a car are partially visible in the background. These buildings and the road in the foreground were located on the current site of the Acadia's Student Centre.
Accession Number: APC607
Creator: Denny, Don
Type: photograph

University Hall, circa 1925

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Dates: 1925
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the southern face of the building. Two cars are parked outside the south entrance. Some construction material is visible on the west side. Written in ink on matte: "South". Written in pencil on reverse: "University Hall South End [?]".
Accession Number: APC392.5
Creator: Hardy, A.L.
Type: photograph

University Hall, circa 1925

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Dates: 1925
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the south and east sides of the building, most likely taken just after construction. A car is parked outside the south entrance, which may have been used for scale. Two piles of construction materials flank each side of the building. Written in ink on matte: "South East (1925)"
Accession Number: APC392.1
Creator: Hardy, A.L.
Type: photograph

University Hall, circa 1925

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Dates: 1925
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the north face of the building. An unidentified man is standing on the front steps to the north entrance. Some construction materials flank both sides of the building. There is no clock in the tower.
Accession Number: APC392.4
Creator: Hardy, A.L.
Type: photograph

University Hall, circa 1935

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Dates: 1935
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the north face with landscaped grounds and flag pole visible. No clock in the tower. No canon are visible. Image was likely used as an official campus photograph.
Accession Number: APC416
Creator: Macaulay, Robert B.
Type: photograph

University Hall, circa 1935

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Dates: 1935
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior partial view of the north face. Two-storey stone structure with basement, attic, and tower. North entrance and stairs visible. A clock has not been installed in the tower and the canon are not visible.
Accession Number: APC390
Type: photograph

University Hall, circa 1935

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Dates: 1935
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the north and east corner of the building. Paths and large tree stumps are in the foreground.
Accession Number: APC392.3
Creator: Hardy, A.L.
Type: photograph

University Hall, circa 1958

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Dates: 1958
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Image of the north entrance of University Hall. Cover art used for the September 1958 issue of the Acadia Alumni Bulletin.
Accession Number: APC417
Type: photograph

University Rink during construction, circa 1927

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Dates: 1927
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the three-storey structure from the southwest corner. Scaffolding attached to the west side of the building. Construction materials lie around the front. A fenced yard (likely for the President's House) features prominently in the foreground. Building behind the Rink and the Old Burial Ground are visible.
Accession Number: APC698
Type: photograph

Wheelock Dining Hall, 15 October 1964

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Dates: 1964
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Architectural drawing of the exterior north face of the Acadia University Dining Hall (now known as Wheelock Dining Hall).
Accession Number: APC418
Creator: Duffus Romans Single and Kindzins Architects & Engineers
Type: photograph

Willett House, 1916

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Dates: 1916
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view looking north west. Three-storey brick structure with three entrances. Part of Carnegie Hall visible. No vines on the building, making it easy to see the original two-storied structure. Image taken while the building was still being used as a residence for male University students.
Accession Number: APC387
Creator: Graham, Edson
Type: photograph

Willett House, circa 1955

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Dates: 1955
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Exterior view of the east face partially covered in vines. Three-storey brick structure with three entrances. A man is leaning on one door. Two cars are parked in the foreground.
Accession Number: APC615
Creator: Denney, Don
Type: photograph

Young Dining Hall, circa 1913

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Dates: 1913
Collection: Acadia Photograph Collection. Campus and Buildings
Description: Drawing of exterior view from Main Street. Two-and-a-half-storey wooden structure with one entrance and back stairs visible. The name Edward W. Young Manual Training Hall is visible over the entrance. Very small part of nearby structure visible. Drawing likely created to demonstrate how the building would fit into the landscape after being moved to Main Street and re-purposed as a dining hall,… more
Accession Number: APC386
Type: photograph