Fonds P029 - A. James Murray Honeyman fonds

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A. James Murray Honeyman fonds

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P029

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  • [197-] (Creation)
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    Honeyman, A. James Murray

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11 photographs

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(1908-1965)

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A.J.M. Honeyman joined Sir George Williams University in 1947 as a part-time lecturer in biology. He was appointed a full-time lecturer in 1948, and promoted to assistant professor in 1949, to associate professor in 1951, and to professor in 1954. He retired from the university in 1965.

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In 1987, 11 glass slides were donated to the Concordia University Archives by Professor Leduc. They had been used by A.J.M. Honeyman as teaching aids.

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The fonds consists of 11 photographs (glass slides) used in biology classes.

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