Item A-2950 - Literary Society - Executive - Group Photo

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Literary Society - Executive - Group Photo

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  • 1912-1913 (Creation)

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1 photograph : b&w ; 12 x 23.5 cm

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Group photograph of the University Literary Society Executive. Members, back row (l to r)): T.S. Watson, President; John Strain, Richard Gordon Warman, Frank Percival Lloyd (financial secretary); Albert Edward Johnson (2nd vice-president); George Wishart Murray (3rd vice-president); E.E. Barr (3rd vice-president); A.F. Haynes. Front row: Marion Henley Dewdney (correspondence secretary); Marie Esler (historian); Prof. R.H. MacDonald (honourary president); Ethel Adelaide Giffard, Dorothy Barnes.

Bio/Historical Note: Musical performance began at the University of Saskatchewan in October 1909 with the formation of the Literary Society of the College of Arts and Science, a student group which, together with debates and lectures, organized musical numbers and variety shows for student enjoyment. It has published a collection of College songs, trained its members to sing them in concert; concocted a College Yell, and has inaugurated what will be a most important event in the future, an Oratorical and Essay contest.

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