Queenston Collection


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We found 5 matching items.
Subject:  University of Toronto 
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Telegram to Dorothy Walsh 
Texts    A telegram from Stuart and Katherine to Dorothy Walsh congratulating her, possibly for a new job.
University of Toronto, Commencement Exercises Admission Ticket 
Texts    A ticket for the Commencement Exercises or graduation ceremony of the 1933 University of Toronto graduation class. A ticket measures 12.8 x 6.2 cm. From Armstrong family collection.
Girl graduates hold the stage at university commencements exercises 
TextsNewspapers    Newspaper clipping with photographs of recent female graduates of University of Toronto after completing the course for the Bachelor of Arts degree. Unknown publication. Undated but probably 1933. Clipping, part of a scrapbook, measures 19.5 x 30 cm and From Armstrong family collection.
Cherished Sheepskin is Won By More Than 600 Graduates 
TextsNewspapers    Newspaper article about graduation ceremonies and procession at University of Toronto. Unknown publication. Undated but probably 1933 as Robert Douglas Falconer (1909-1996)graduated in 1933. Newspaper clipping, mounted on greyish paper, measures 19 x 10 cm. From Armstrong family collection.
University of Toronto Faculty of Arts, Fourth Year, 1933 
TextsNewspapers  "University of Toronto Faculty of Arts, Fourth Year, 1933," The Globe, 6 Jun 1933  Newspaper announcement of successful students after examinations of the Fourth Year in the Faculty of Arts at University of Toronto in 1933. Highlighted name of Miss D. D. Walsh. Newspaper clipping measuring 37.5 x 25.5 cm. From Armstrong family collection.
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Queenston Collection


Queenston Collection includes an extensive historical material from the area collected by Jean Huggins.