Item A-9179 - Dr. Clarence Fraser - Portrait

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Dr. Clarence Fraser - Portrait

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  • Mar. 1965 (Creation)

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1 photograph : b&w ; 7.7 x 5 cm
1 negative : b&w ; 35 mm

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Head and shoulders image of Dr. Clarence Fraser, Head, Department of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery, Western College of Veterinary Medicine.

Bio/Historical Note: Dr. Clarence M. Fraser was born in 1926 at Hamiota, Manitoba. He served in the Royal Canadian Army (Infantry) from 1944-1946. He earned his BSA in 1949 (Manitoba); his DVM (Toronto) in 1954; and his MVSc. (Toronto) in 1963. Following graduation Dr. Fraser was in mixed practice in Manitoba. In 1957 he joined the Ontario Veterinary College in the ambulatory clinic as a clinician and teacher. Dr. Fraser went on to head the ambulatory clinic and the division of medicine in the Department of Clinical Studies. In 1965 he joined the assembling faculty at the new Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon, serving as head of the department of clinic studies. In 1970 Dr. Fraser began his career at Merck & Company as associate veterinary editor. He also served as editor of the Canadian Veterinary Journal from 1963-1965. Dr. Fraser was a member of the American Association of Industrial Veterinarians, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Biological Science Association, the Canadian Veterinary Association, and the British Veterinary Association. He retired in 1992. Dr. Fraser died in 2005 in Salmon Arm, British Columbia.

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Photographer: Gibson

Copyright holder: University of Saskatchewan

Copyright holder - notes: Copyright transferred at time of donation 1992.

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Vol. 69 / Neg. Vol. 12

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