Fonds P0157 - Sir George Williams University Faculty Club fonds


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Sir George Williams University Faculty Club fonds

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  • 1960-1988 (Creation)
    Sir George Williams University. Faculty Club

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30 cm of textual records. 1 object.

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The first meeting of what would become the Sir George Williams University Faculty Club took place on September 24, 1960. A private non-profit cooperative organization, it offered dining and bar facilities and aimed to facilitate social exchange among members of the University. Club membership was open to faculty and senior administrative staff. First located in the Norris Building, the Faculty Club moved to the 7th floor of the Henry F. Hall Building after it opened in 1966. It continued to operate under the name Sir George Williams Faculty Club after S.G.W. Merged with Loyola College to form Concordia University in 1974.

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The documents were part of a deposit to the Concordia University Archives made by the University's Education Department in 2000. Roselyn L. Muer, a former employee in the Education Department, had been secretary of the Sir George Williams College Faculty Club from 1985-1988.

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The fonds provides information on the administration and activities of the Faculty Club.

The fonds includes minutes, correspondence, financial records, agreements, menus, and other records. It also includes the seal of the Faculty Club.

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