Item UA-9, OS Folder 19, Item 2 - Dalhousie University grounds and buildings : erected and proposed

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Dalhousie University grounds and buildings : erected and proposed

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  • Graphic material

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  • Source of title proper: transcribed from drawing

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UA-9, OS Folder 19, Item 2

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  • 1925 (Creation)

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1 drawing : ink on waxed linen ; 28 x 72 cm

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Item is map drawn by H.R. Theakston, University Engineer, showing Dalhousie and other associated buildings on and near both Studley Campus and Carleton Campus. The drawing includes a key indicating the names of both existing and proposed buildings. It was originally made on May 14, 1924 and revised on June 30, 1925.

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Accession 2006-029

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  • English

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