Breaking the Sod For Future Sobey Building 1996

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dc.creator Clark, Jim
dc.creator Clark Photographic Limited
dc.date.accessioned 2010-11-26T17:03:24Z
dc.date.available 2010-11-26T17:03:24Z
dc.date.created 1996-10-16
dc.date.issued 1996-10-16
dc.identifier.other 06.04.0284
dc.identifier.uri http://library2.smu.ca/xmlui/handle/01/19224
dc.description col. photograph
dc.description Excellent.
dc.description Nova Scotia Premier John Savage operates a backhoe for the ceremonial turning of the sod for the future Frank H. Sobey Faculty of Commerce Building. Archbishop Austin Burke (SMU Chancellor, second from right) and Dr. Ken Ozmon (SMU President 1979-2000, far right, back to camera) look on. In conjunction with the sod-turning, there was a plaque ceremony held outside the Dean of Commerce's office in the McNally building (see 06.03.0080).
dc.description From External Affairs. On reverse, 'CLARK PHOTO/96' is written upside down in blue pen. On a piece of paper taped to the back, the following is typed: 'The Honorable John Savage, Premier, Nova Scotia was the first to turn the sod for the new Frank H. Sobey Faculty of Commerce Building. Standing in line are Dr. Kenneth Ozmon, President, Saint Mary's and Most Reverend Archbishop Austin E. Burke.' Written in blue pen after that is '(credit Jim Clark)'. A Post-It note stuck to the back reads: 'J. Savage bio.'
dc.description Date Catalogued: 7/28/2006
dc.format.extent 10 cm x 15 cm
dc.relation.ispartofseries Saint Mary's History Map -- Sobey Building
dc.subject.other People
dc.subject.other Savage, John Patrick, 1932-2003
dc.subject.other Ozmon, Kenneth L., 1931-
dc.subject.other Burke, Austin-Emile, 1922-2011
dc.subject.other Sobey Building
dc.subject.other Construction
dc.subject.other President
dc.subject.other Clergy
dc.subject.other Chancellors
dc.subject.other Sobey School of Business
dc.title Breaking the Sod For Future Sobey Building 1996
dc.type Image


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