Collection uofl-2586 - University of Lethbridge special events collection.

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University of Lethbridge special events collection.

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ALUA uofl-2586

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30 cm of textual records. -- 4 videocassettes. -- 7 audio cassettes.

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(1957 -)

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Post-secondary education in the city of Lethbridge, Alberta was first proposed in 1951. In 1957, Lethbridge Junior College was established, and by 1962 it had completed construction of its own campus. It was later renamed Lethbridge Community College. The College, the City of Lethbridge, and the government of Alberta all recognized the need for a degree-granting university, and on January 1, 1967, the University of Lethbridge came into being. Classes began later that year, and in 1969 construction of the University's campus on the west bank of the Old Man River began.

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The collection consists of planning correspondence and minutes, programs, press releases, and recordings of the proceedings of various sod turning ceremonies, openings of buildings, the 1968 International Festival, the 1979 departure dinner, the 1979 installation of President J. H. Woods, and the 1981 Special Convocation.

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Record No. RG 00/04<br><br>

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