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Grey Owl - Research

Note on back: "Shirley Dawn (seated), daughter of the late naturalist Grey Owl, examines memorabilia associated with her father's life and work. Mrs. Georgeann Short, who is doing a study of Grey Owl for a masters thesis at the University of Saskatchewan, points out an item of interest".

Campus - Aerial Layout

View of campus looking west; Preston Avenue runs along bottom of image, with campus buildings at centre. East side residential area visible, with College Drive running along left side of image. 25th Street Bridge, river and west side in background.

Health Sciences Building - Official Opening

View of crowd assembled for the official opening of the Health Sciences Building B Wing. Construction of south wing of Murray Memorial (Main) Library in background.

Bio/Historical Note: The oldest wing of the Health Sciences Building, the A Wing, dating to 1949, was originally the Medical College Building. The Health Sciences A Wing has heritage value as the cornerstone of the medical precinct at the university and was designed by architects Webster and Gilbert. The A Wing was renovated and reopened in 2019. The B Wing was completed by 1971.

University Banner

University banner hanging on wall in Convocation Hall; embroidered by Mary Hull, Professor of Extension.

Bio/Historical Note: Mary Helene Hull (nee Robin), Associate Professor of Extension, was a specialist in clothing and textiles with the Extension Division, Uof S, from 1961 to her retirement in 1979. She received her formal training in Winnipeg as an apprentice and was granted a diploma in dressmaking and tailoring. In 1949 Hull graduated from the University of Manitoba in Home Economics. An MSc graduate in Sociology from the University of London, Hull had a thorough background of experience as a teacher of clothing construction. Before joining the staff at the U of S, she worked in Extension in Prince Edward Island. Hull died in Saskatoon on 14 January 1999.

Financial Post Conference - Display

Display assembled for Financial Post Conference at the Centennial Auditorium. W.O. Kupsch, Professor of Geology, introduces delegates to the display. Display staffed by Leona Olfert (seated left), Publications Secretary, Institute for Northern Studies, and Norma Moe (seated right), Secretary, College of Graduate Studies and Research.

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