Fonds P053 - Norman Manson fonds

First Graduating Class 40th Anniversary First Graduating Class 40th Anniversary Henry F. Hall Norman Manson Joseph Robinson Clinton Davis

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Norman Manson fonds

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P053

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  • 1937-1987 (Creation)
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    Manson, Norman

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5 cm of textual records
6 photographs
1 object

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([19--]-2003)

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Norman Manson graduated with the first Sir George Williams College graduating class, known as the Guinea Pig Graduating Class of 1937. He taught in the Sir George Williams School of Retailing, the Business School, and University. He was the first secretary of both the Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams College and the Society of the Order of Guinea Pig, a unit within the alumni association. Norman Manson died February 2, 2003.

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The fonds provides information on activities of the Guinea Pig Graduating class. It also provides information on the foundation of the Alumni Association of Sir George Williams College and the Society of the Order of the Guinea Pig.

The fonds consists of minutes, correspondence, and clippings.

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The documents were donated to the Concordia University Archives by Norman Manson in 1987.

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