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Individual, U.N.B., [Mc] : April 1961 - June 1962.

Author: Colin B MackayAlfred Goldsworthy BaileyLord Beaverbrook Hotel (Fredericton, N.B.)Canada Council.Creative Arts Committee (Fredericton, N.B.)All authors
Publisher: 1961 - 1962.
Edition/Format:   Article : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
Publication:Individual, U.N.B. [A - XYZ] : April 1961 - June 1962.
Database:WorldCat
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Correspondence, soundscribers and newspaper clippings relating to: the construction of a men's and women's residence and the bank and book store building; the naming of the new dining hall (McConnell Hall); the resignation of John Sutherland Bonnell, a New York minister; Colin Mackay's wish to continue the Sir James Dunn Chair in Geology on an annual basis; the establishment of prizes for UNB students by Canada
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Named Person: Ralph P Bell; W E Hale; Roger Harley; Timothy Aitken; John Rothenstein, Sir; William F Ryan; John Sutherland Bonnell
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Article, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Colin B Mackay; Alfred Goldsworthy Bailey; Lord Beaverbrook Hotel (Fredericton, N.B.); Canada Council.; Creative Arts Committee (Fredericton, N.B.); Canada Permanent Trust Company (Saint John, N.B.); Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian.
OCLC Number: 270532233
Notes: Due to the length of the record, this file description will be found in Title Control No. bbrook00001016 and Title Control No. bbrook00001116. For a complete description see also Title Control No. bbrook00001116.
Description: Correspondence. Technical drawings : blueprints.

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Correspondence, soundscribers and newspaper clippings relating to: the construction of a men's and women's residence and the bank and book store building; the naming of the new dining hall (McConnell Hall); the resignation of John Sutherland Bonnell, a New York minister; Colin Mackay's wish to continue the Sir James Dunn Chair in Geology on an annual basis; the establishment of prizes for UNB students by Canada Permanent Trust Company; Beaverbrook's desire to establish a Junior College in Saint John to be located at Beaverbrook House and John McConnell's fifty thousand dollar donation to the Beaverbrook-Mackay Faculty Fund. There is some discussion regarding Mount Allison University's receipt of a ten million dollar estate and their construction of a women's residence and a gymnasium; the proposed establishment of a Teacher's College at UNB; Beaverbrook's grandson's (Timothy Aitken) eligibility for admittance to UNB; (CONTINUED).

(CONTINUES) the possible purchase of the property adjoining Lady Beaverbrook Residence (located at the corner of Albert and Windsor Streets); the suspension of government loans to universities until the Report of the Royal Commission is released and its effect on UNB's residence construction and the winning of the maritime intercollegiate title by UNB's hockey team. Mention is also made of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery and the Kreighoff Exhibition; Michael Wardell and J. Leonard O'Brien to receive Honorary Degrees from UNB; Lord Beaverbrook's complaints about his room at the Lord Beaverbrook Hotel; the Faculty of Law and W.F. Ryan's appointment to Dean of Law; the John Rothenstein lectures; the breakdown of the student population at UNB by nationality; application to various foundations (CONTINUED).

(CONTINUES) for grants including the Creative Arts Committee's submission for funds to establish a resident musician at UNB; the naming of Donald K. Reichert as resident artist and Bruno Bobak as director of the Art Centre.

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