Series 23 - Site, construction, and architecture: various buildings

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Site, construction, and architecture: various buildings

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    Approx. 500 slides

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    Binder 4
    41: Tennis Court 'Bubble'
    42: Original Bridge over Canal at Nassau
    43: Bata Library
    44: Construction for Champlain College
    45: Faryon Bridge
    46: Champlain College Print
    47: Laying the Cornerstone of Champlain College, October 20, 1965
    48: Champlain Construction Site, 1966
    49: Drumlin and Ski Jump
    50: Plaque indicating Founder's Walk
    51: Access road - construction
    52: Trent Site, 1965 Print
    53: Faryon Bridge and Science Complex, 1971
    54: Champlain College cornerstone ceremony, October 1965.
    55: Faryon Bridge construction Print
    56: University Court looking towards Champlain College
    57-62: Construction on Nassau Campus, 1966
    63-64: Construction on Nassau Campus, 1965
    65: Start of bridge construction
    66: Construction of Nassau Campus, 1966
    67: Champlain College from River Road, 1968
    68: Construction on Nassau Campus, 1965
    69: Nassau Campus, 1965 Print
    70: Lady Eaton College Dining Hall
    71: Nassau Campus, 1965
    72: Peter Robinson College
    73: Traill College
    74: Nassau Campus, 1965

    Binder 5
    1-57: Furniture at Trent (see also Trent University Photograph Collection – Furniture at Trent file)
    58-72: Mrs. Geo. E. Estes slides of Trent University, 1964 Print: Native Men at Opening of Trent
    58-63: Trent University Opening Ceremonies
    64: Convocation procession
    65-68: Campus scenery amid construction (winter construction scene - #67)
    69: Traill College
    70: Faryon Bridge
    71: Champlain College
    72: Unknown building
    73: "Trent University" sign
    74: Bata Library construction (exterior)
    75: Campus scenery
    76: Campus scenery
    77: Campus scenery
    78: Champlain College (exterior)
    79: Faryon Bridge
    80: Champlain College tower
    81: Champlain College tower
    82: Langton House, Catharine Parr Traill College (exterior)
    83: Scott House, Catharine Parr Traill College (exterior)
    84: Wallis Hall, Catharine Parr Traill College (exterior)
    85: Sadleir House, Peter Robinson College (exterior)
    86: Science class in progress
    87: Science class in progress
    88: Dinner [in the Great Hall]
    89: Rubidge Hall (exterior, with students in gowns)
    90: Library interior [Rubidge Hall?]
    91: Meeting (early days; perhaps at Rubidge Hall or Traill]
    92: Class in progress (early days)
    93: Class in progress (early days)
    94-167: Aerial views of Trent University campus
    168-171: Podium area
    172-173: Faryon Bridge
    174-183: Champlain College
    184-191: Bata Library
    192-193: Science Complex
    194-195: The Pit, Lady Eaton College
    196-201: Lady Eaton College
    202-206: Stratton Christmas & New Year Greeting, P.R. Stratton photo, Exterior Drawings of Sadleir House
    207-209: [Early twentieth century] exterior street side view of Sadleir House
    210-213: [Early twentieth century] backyard view of Sadleir House
    214-219: Exterior, Trent University owned Sadleir House
    220-222: Sadleir House exterior architecture
    223-231: Sadleir House stain glass windows
    232-235: Sadleir House interior woodwork
    236-240: Sadleir House staircases
    241-247: Sadleir House interior architecture and fireplace
    248-249: Sadleir House Library
    250: Sadleir House Cafeteria
    251: Sadleir House scenery
    252: North House, PRC
    253: Stratton House, PRC
    254: The Cottage, PRC
    255: Reid House, PRC
    256-257: Abbott House, PRC
    258-263: Large wooden [Native-built?] canoe with numerous people, Otonabee River near Trent University [1994]
    264-270: Trent's official opening, 1964 (slides donated by Don Barrie, 2006)
    271-274: Trent University construction work, April 1968 (slides donated by Bruce & Betty McTaggart, 2007)
    275-276: Bata Library
    277-279: Champlain College
    280-281: Faryon Bridge & Bata Library
    282: The Great Hall with Heeney Banners, Champlain College
    283: Classroom with students

    Binder 6

    Blue binder of approximately 480 slides received in 2015 via Elaine Goselin and Bill Kimball. Slides pertain to Trent University and are dated ca. 1967-1970s. Some slides are stamped "M.J. O'Brien." Michael O'Brien was operations engineer at Trent from 1967 to 1979. Many of the slides are mechanical/electrical in nature and some portray workers, presumably of Trent, on the job. Also included are aerial images of the Nassau Campus, images of construction sites on the Nassau Campus and at Traill College, fall scenery, convocation ceremony during the Symons/Frost era, and workers either inflating or deflating the athletics "Bubble".

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