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University Alumni Collections Exhibit

1918 graduation photo of Ruth Mary Carr, B.A.( A-2692)

In honour of the 100th anniversary of the U of S Alumni Association, the University Library presents an exhibition showcasing University Collections featuring former students and graduates. This exhibition will be open to the public for most of May, June and July.

The exhibition of artifacts, film, books, document and works of arts brings together material from the University Archives, Special Collections and the University Art Collection and fills three Library gallery spaces.

As part of Alumni Weekend, exhibition curators from University Archives & Special Collections will be on hand to provide tours on Friday, May 19th. On that day only, the Nobel medal presented to Henry Taube will be added to the exhibition. Taube (B.Sc. 1935, M.Sc. 1937) is the only Nobel laureate to graduate from the U of S and the only Saskatchewan-born Nobel laureate.

Dates: May-June-July, 2017
Locations: Murray Library - Ground, Link Gallery, Room 301
Curator: Patrick Hayes, assisted by Amy Putnam and Stevie Horn. Artwork selected by Blair Barbeau (University Art Collection)

More information is available online.

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