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I0002-02-0019 · Pièce · October 24, 1973
Fait partie de Public Relations and Information Office fonds

Anne Heggtveit Hamilton at a press conference held at Loyola's Athletic Complex. Heggtveit Hamilton, Canada's first Olympic skiing gold medalist, has been appointed as Loyola's new assistant coordinator of Women's Athletics. Her primary responsibility was the co-ordination of the 27 intra-school co-ed sports clubs and recreational activities.

I0002-02-0020 · Pièce · October 24, 1973
Fait partie de Public Relations and Information Office fonds

Anne Heggtveit Hamilton at a press conference held at Loyola's Athletic Complex. Heggtveit Hamilton, Canada's first Olympic skiing gold medalist, has been appointed as Loyola's new assistant coordinator of Women's Athletics. Her primary responsibility was the co-ordination of the 27 intra-school co-ed sports clubs and recreational activities.

I0002-02-0021 · Pièce · October 24, 1973
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Pat Boland (centre) and Anne Heggtveit Hamilton at a press conference held at Loyola's Athletic Complex. Heggtveit Hamilton, Canada's first Olympic skiing gold medalist, has been appointed as Loyola's new assistant coordinator of Women's Athletics. Her primary responsibility was the co-ordination of the 27 intra-school co-ed sports clubs and recreational activities.

I0002-02-0022 · Pièce · October 24, 1973
Fait partie de Public Relations and Information Office fonds

Pat Boland (centre) and Anne Heggtveit Hamilton at a press conference held at Loyola's Athletic Complex. Heggtveit Hamilton, Canada's first Olympic skiing gold medalist, has been appointed as Loyola's new assistant coordinator of Women's Athletics. Her primary responsibility was the co-ordination of the 27 intra-school co-ed sports clubs and recreational activities.

I0002-02-0023 · Pièce · October 24, 1973
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Ed Enos (centre) and Anne Heggtveit Hamilton at a press conference held at Loyola's Athletic Complex. Heggtveit Hamilton, Canada's first Olympic skiing gold medalist, has been appointed as Loyola's new assistant coordinator of Women's Athletics. Her primary responsibility was the co-ordination of the 27 intra-school co-ed sports clubs and recreational activities.

Lacolle Centre
I0002-02-0032 · Pièce · 1973
Fait partie de Public Relations and Information Office fonds

Situated on the New York/Quebec border, the Lacolle Centre was developed by Loyola College in 1971 with the goal of promoting and encouraging innovative forms of education.

Lacolle Centre
I0002-02-0033 · Pièce · 1973
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Situated on the New York/Quebec border, the Lacolle Centre was developed by Loyola College in 1971 with the goal of promoting and encouraging innovative forms of education.

Jesuit Fathers' Residence
I0002-02-0036 · Pièce · [1969]
Fait partie de Public Relations and Information Office fonds

Jesuit Fathers's residence at Loyola College. From left to right, Fr. Cecil C. Ryan, S.J., Fr. John L. Swain, S.J. and Fr. Patrick G. Malone, S.J. are looking at the site of the future Jesuit Fathers' residence.

Model of the Jesuit Fathers' Residence
I0002-02-0038 · Pièce · [1969]
Fait partie de Public Relations and Information Office fonds

Model of the Jesuit Fathers' residence at Loyola College. The building has 7 stories and 52 single rooms. A dining room, a recreation room and a sundeck are located at the top floor. Two elevators serve the building. A TV room, an exercise room, a music room, a 2 car garage and an outside parking complete the services planned in the construction of the building.

Transcendence
I0002-02-0039 · Pièce · 1967 - 1968
Fait partie de Public Relations and Information Office fonds

Transcendence by Walter Führer. The sculpture is one of the twenty sponsored by the House of Seagram for Expo '67. The 10,000 pound, 24-foot sculpture is made of six parts of welded steel and brass which have been bolted together. The multi-part structure represents man and space travel. The brass ball in the centre is a motorized globe. Viewed from the side, the piece suggests a human figure while from the front it resembles a rocket. 'Transcendence' has been generously donated by the House of Seagram to Loyola College in 1968 and is now permanently sited on the southwest corner of the campus.