File F 277.12 - Framed Coat-of-Arms: Ryerson Polytechnical Institute

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Framed Coat-of-Arms: Ryerson Polytechnical Institute

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F 277.12

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  • c1966 (Creation)

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(December 25, 1900 - June 16, 1984)

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A personal gift to Howard Kerr by Sir John Heaton-Armstrong (official title 'King of Arms'), London, England, who was commissioned to design a coat-of-arms for Ryerson. Kerr visited Sir John Heaton-Armstrong in 1965.

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