RT Journal DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 270532377 LA English T1 Individual, U.N.B., [M] : July 1963 - June 1964. A1 Mackay, C. B., McAllister, G. A., McBrine, Ronald W., Macaulay, B. F., University of Ottawa., Faculty of Law., University of New Brunswick., Faculty of Law., YR 1963 JF Individual, U.N.B. [A - VW] : July 1963- June 1964. AB Correspondence, telegrams, soundscribers, memos, certificates of posting, magazine and newspaper clippings concerning: the opening of the Dunn International Exhibition; Randolph Churchill's visit to Fredericton, N.B.; selection of the speaker (Jean Lesage) and honorary degree recipients for the fall Convocation; Beaverbrook's intention to establish an archives at Cherkley (his London, England home) and his desire for it to be affiliated with UNB; Mackay's announcement of a new building fund campaign; St. Thomas University's move from Chatham, N.B. to UNB campus and the construction of the Teacher's College. Mention is made of several donations to UNB including: fifteen thousand dollars from Geoffrey Gaherty; a digital computer from New Brunswick Electric Power Commission; a portrait of John W. McConnell (from son his John G. McConnell) to be hung in the new dining hall and a parcel of land (located at Sewell Street, Saint John, N.B.) from Lord Beaverbrook. (CONTINUES). (CONTINUED) Also discussed is the possibility of establishing post-graduate scholarships for African students through the Rockefeller Foundation; Beaverbrook's wish to drop Overseas Scholarships in favour of increasing the value or number of undergraduate awards; various publications by UNB professors, G.A. McAllister and G.V LaForest; Beaverbrook's wish to remain non-political in Canada and his refusal to allow the National Conservative Party meetings at UNB; the Sir James Dunn Scholarships in Law; candidates for the Beaverbrook-Mackay Special Fund and proposed changes in its administration, Beaverbrook's receipt of an Honorary Degree from St. Andrews and the death of Colin B. Mackay's father.