Fonds MG 597 - Ian Innes fonds

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Ian Innes fonds

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MG 597

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  • n.d., 1915-1984 (inclusive); 1958-1984 (predominant). (Creation)

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500 35 mm col. slides

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Biographical history

Ian Innes was hired by Colb McEown and Jim Wedgewood in July, 1958 and worked as a Planner and Architect for the University of Saskatchewan from 1958-1992.

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Scope and content

This fonds contains images depicting many of the building projects that were done during Innes’ years working on campus. They are not limited to buildings, but include available building sites, roads and walks, landscaping and some graphics. In addition, it includes images of other university campus from around North America, and some from Europe.

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Immediate source of acquisition

Donated to the University Archives & Special Collections by Ian Innes in 2017.


Grouped into topics by Ian Innes. Most of these had titles supplied by Innes, although in a few instances, slides had been grouped together by him but not labelled; in these instances, the topics/titles have been supplied by staff, based on content. In most cases, Innes had also added distinguishing words to identify the building or location. Some additional descriptive information has been added by staff. All slides have been numbered sequentially (across topics).

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There are no restrictions.

Terms governing use, reproduction, and publication

Where applicable, copyright was transferred by Innes to the University at time of donation.

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