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Campus - Aerial Layout

The old road system is still visible, but the crescent dwindles to a path beyond the Chemistry Building, where the Canada Agriculture Research Station was the last building built according to the original plan (in 1957-1958). In time the Chemistry Building would obscure the crescent to the north and the Dental Clinic to the south. The new Campus Road entrance at Wiggins Avenue, winding towards the lower right and then bending wide round the Arts Building, was already in place. Note how the Arts Building is angled against the flow of the other buildings. The circled buildings are those recently built: Arts, Biology, and the Hardy Lab at the back of the Engineering Building.

Bio/Historical Note: Information from The Green and White, summer 1979, pg. 6.

Campus - Scenic

Two images on card stock. Image 1: "The "Bowl" Looking West" with north wing of Murray Memorial (Main) Library at left, Chemistry and Arts buildings in background. Image 2: "Looking East from the Arts Building" with elevated view of buildings from l to r: Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Administration and Physics buildings and north wing of Murray Memorial (Main) Library.

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