File MS-2-130, Box 6, Folder 5 - Newspaper clipping, photographs, and cutlines about wheelchair accessibility

Photograph of Joe Robichaud balancing in a wheelchair Photograph of Duncan Coates and Alex Fok lifting Larry Richards in a wheelchair Photograph of Constance Glube sitting in a wheelchair at a desk Photograph of Barbara Hinds sitting in a wheelchair in a bathroom stall

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Newspaper clipping, photographs, and cutlines about wheelchair accessibility

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MS-2-130, Box 6, Folder 5

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  • 1975 (Creation)

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5 p. of textual records : some newsprint ; 38 x 58 cm and smaller - 4 photographs : b&w ; 19 x 25.5 cm and smaller

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(1924-2014)

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Accession 2009-003

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File contains photographs of Joe Robichaud, Larry Richard, Duncan Coates, Alex Fok, and other staff and students at the Nova Scotia School of architecture experiencing what it's like to be in a wheelchair. The file also includes cutlines to accompany the photographs and an article called "Wheelchair Awareness Day: blisters, anger, understanding," from the November 14, 1975 issue of the Mail-Star.

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  • Box: MS-2-130, Box 6