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1 · Series · 1961-1974
Part of Lightbody family fonds

Series consists of Trent University and student records, including programs, invitations, list of visitors for Trent University’s official opening ceremonies, course materials and information for students, various student records, convocation photos, student directories from Traill College and Eta Delta Sigma Fraternity, and registration cards. Also included are Trent University documents from Robert’s student days, newspaper articles about Trent University, and documents regarding the first Trent Student Affairs seminar (September 12-14, 1966). Lastly, historical records pertaining to the history of the former occupants of 751 George Street, which include James Kendry, James R. Stratton, Richard Sheehy and family, who played a pivotal role in Peterborough’s early development.

10 · Series · 1964-1967, 2014
Part of Lightbody family fonds

Series includes prints from David Lasenby titled “North Wing, Otonabee College” (no. 100/350); “Sadlier House, Peter Robinson College” (no. 140/350); “Master’s Lodge, Champlain College” (no. 195/350), the building is now called the Alumni House; “North Wing, Lady Eaton College” (no. 140/350), and “Scott House, Catharine Parr Traill College” (no. 160/350). Series also consists of newspaper issues and clippings from the Peterborough Examiner, Globe & Mail, Trent Trends, The Telegram, and After Four newspaper clippings to do with Trent University. Also includes one flyer announcing the reopening of Sadlier House (2004).

11 · Series · 2014-2015
Part of Lightbody family fonds

Series consists of a newsletter and pamphlet created by the Canadian Federation of University Women Peterborough (CFUW). They both have an advertisement of the speech Margie Lightbody gave at one of their programs to celebrate Trent’s 50th anniversary which was called “Memories of Trent University”. Series also includes the speech notes for Margie’s presentation.