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1950's campus building works

This file contains notes, correspondence and plans for the construction of the new science building (now known as the Harlow Institute) and dormitory (Trueman Hall) and Agricultural Engineering building as well as renovations to various other school and farm buildings between 1947 and 1956 at the Truro Campus of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College. Main body of material is from 1953-1954.

1950's class I of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College

Item is a photograph of students of the 1950's class I of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College. There are 10 men in suit jackets facing the camera in two rows. The front row is sitting. There are 7 men in two rows facing camera in suit jackets.
Front row sitting. Annotated on reverse : “Students Complete Farm Training – When Graduation Exercises were held at the NSAC, among those receiving diplomas were students who were students of the Advanced Farm Class who have completed their course at the Institution. The class is shown above. Reading from left to right, are: Front Row: D. E. M. Fisher, R. R. #4, Amherst; G. W. Allen, Milton ; C. R. Levo, R. R. #1, Westville; G. L. Zwicker, R. R. #4, Bridgetown. Back Row: D. R. Barrett, Truro; J. J. Bowlby, Aylesford; L. G. Tattrie, River John. Mat Attached. W. J. MacLeod, Superintendent of Services.
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