Fonds P0101 - Fraser F. Fulton fonds

Fred ? Ground Breaking Ceremony of the Henry F. Hall Building Laying of the Cornerstone of the Henry F. Hall Building Ground Breaking Ceremony of the Henry F. Hall Building Student receiving his diploma from Fraser Fulton Student receiving his diploma from Fraser Fulton Convocation 1969 Convocation 1969 Convocation 1969 Convocation 1970 Convocation 1970 Installation of Fraser Fulton as Chancellor Presentation to Sir George Williams University of a scientific device Norris Building Convocation 1967 Hall Building Hall Building

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Fraser F. Fulton fonds

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  • 1964-1971 (Creation)
    Fulton, Fraser F.

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5 cm of textual records
16 photographs

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Fraser F. Fulton was born in St. John, New Brunswick. He died February 4, 1977.

He attended Mount Allison University and then graduated from McGill University in 1928.

He had a military career, beginning as a lieutenant with the Royal Canadian Signal Corps. Extensive overseas assignments followed during which he rose to the rank of brigadier general and a posting as chief technical officer, Canadian Army Overseas. He later became vice-president, administration of Northern Electric Company Limited (later Nortel).

Fraser Fulton joined the Sir George Williams University Board of Governors in 1961. He was vice-chairman in 1962-1963 and chairman of the Board of Governors from 1963 to 1969. He was active in fund-raising for the Henry F. Hall Building. In 1965 he was also appointed chancellor of Sir George Williams University, a position he held until his resignation in 1971.

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The fonds provides information on university administration.

The fonds consists of correspondence, speeches, press clippings, and a booklet on the opening of the Henry F. Hall Building, as well as photographs of the Norris Building and the Hall Building.

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