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Black leather cover, gold embossing ("photographs" and "showboat days"). Black pages with photographs glued in. Album bound by black braided string. "No. A Balmoral Album / Made in Canada by Canadian Kodak Co. Limited (Gen...
albumen print mounted on dark brown shiny cabinet card. Depicts ornate flower arrangement with letters spelled out in berries ("EMMA?") It is shaped like a harp and contains one large calla lily. Recto caption: "Edy Bros. 214 Dundas...
- [ca. 1980]
Exterior views of the high-rise concrete library building, two interior views showing concrete coffered ceilings and one view of the book stacks.
Clark, Clive H.
- [May] 1985
Article shows the mall under construction. The mall is constructed of poured concrete and structural steel with brick facing, and will have room for 128 retail stores with anchor stores occupied by Eaton's, Sears and Loblaws. The public mall ...
- [February] 1987
Small photograph adhered to clear plastic showing exterior of a skyscraper, sometimes referred to as the "Inside-Out Building" because many of its pipes and conduits are exterior to the building. The building was the topic of a critique ...
- [September] 1985; [November] 1985
Architect's illustrations for the National Centre for Management Research and Development, and the Alumni House Student Residence.
- RG 395.38.565
Part of Office of University Advancement
File contains photographs taken on April 10, 2003 at the Hilton in London, Ontario. President Claude Lajeunesse hosted a Southern Ontario Alumni event. Some of people in the photographs have been identified on the back of the photographs.