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Norris, Kenneth E.
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Class of 37

First Graduating Class (1936-1937) of Sir George Williams College, Faculty of Arts, Science and Commerce. Left to right and top to bottom) Francis R.P. Davison, Leo Germain, Joseph H. Robinson, Alan R. Finlayson, Douglass Burns Clarke, Rita Shane, John P. Kidd, Norman St. C. Manson. Harold E. Betts, Linwood B. Richardson, Clinton H. Davis. Staff : Prof. J. S. Allen, Ass. Prof. Amos Saunders, Prof. Claude W. Thompson, Edward F. Sheffield, Kenneth Norris, and Henry F. Hall.

Dignitaries of Convocation 1956

Dignitaries of Convocation 1956 at Loyola College. From left to right: Right Reverend Ferdinand Vandry, Vice-Rector Laval University, Kenneth A. Norris, Principal of Sir George Williams College, H.N. Fieldhouse, Dean, representing McGill University, Very Reverend George E. Nunan, S.J., His Eminence cardinal Paul-Émile Léger, Very Reverend Gerald F. Lahey, S.J., Rector of Loyola College, Right Reverend Irenée Lussier, P.D., Rector, University of Montreal, Honourable Charles G. Power.

Georgiantics 1942

Principal Kenneth E. Norris, doesn't get a "pass"-- he buys the first ticket to the revue: Ticket Manager Betty Robson, accompanied by dancers Dorothy Marshall and Peggy Butler

Group Portrait on a Porch

Features Henry F. Hall standing in the second row, second from right and Douglass B. Clarke on Hall's right, and Kenneth E. Norris standing in the first row on the far right. See photographs P0006-02-086 and P0006-02-088 for related images.

Meeting

Features Henry F. Hall front row, third from the left and Kenneth E. Norris in the front row, second from the right.

Office of the Principal fonds

  • I0010
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1924] - 1985

The fonds provides information on the evolution of Sir George Williams University and on the beginning of Concordia University. This fonds is mainly composed Dr. John W. O’Brien’s files as Principal of SGWU until 1974 and as Concordia University’s first Rector until May 1984. There are also some Michael Sheldon's files as Assistant to Principal of SGWU.

The fonds includes such textual records as correspondence, minutes, financial and other reports, clippings, and procedures and policies. It includes photographs, cartographic items, artifacts, and sound recordings. The fonds is divided into the following series:

I010/01 Associations
I010/02 Budget
I010/03 Budget control and accounting
I010/04 Buildings and properties
I010/05 Committees
I010/06 Computer facilities and operations
I010/07 Conferences, seminars, and special activities
I010/08 Cooperation and exchange activities
I010/09 Curriculum and programs
I010/10 Financing
I010/11 General correspondence
I010/12 Insurance
I010/13 Legal affairs and contracts
I010/14 Libraries and documentation centres
I010/15 Publications
I010/16 Publicity and public relations
I010/17 Relations /services, external
I010/18 Relations /services, internal
I010/19 Research activities
I010/20 Scholarships, awards and prizes
I010/21 Staff, general
I010/22 Staff, administrative and support
I010/23 Staff, teaching
I010/24 Statistics
I010/25 Student life
I010/26 Student records
I010/27 Teaching activities
I010/28 University organizations, policy and planning
I010/29 Photographs

Sir George Williams University. Office of the Principal

Sir George Williams College Board of Governors

Front, from left to right: H.F. Hall, C.W. Taylor, L.C. Haskell, B.W. Roberts, George Hodge, J.B. Frosst, J.W. Beaton, K.E. Norris
Back, from left to right: S.O. ?, W. Tailor, Bailey, L.P. Webster, S.C. Holland, Beatty, L.A. Wright, D.A. Bates, D.B. Clark.

Sir George Williams College's Graduation Dinner

Sir George Williams College graduation dinner was held at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel. Seated left to right: Magnus Flynn (valedictorian) , Douglas [Treherue] (Vice-President, evening) , Anne [Arll] , Henry F. Hall , Anna Hall, C.W. Dean (President), Mrs. C.W. Dean, Principal Kenneth E. Norris, Mae Norris, T.P. Sterling (Vice-President, day), Mrs. T.P. Sterling, [J.R.] Rosenberg (Treasurer), Marica Mackleburg.