Tour of Gerard Hall, 2000

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dc.identifier.other 06.04.0122
dc.description color photograph
dc.description Excellent condition.
dc.description A number of Saint Mary's University administrators and staff, wearing hard hats, stand in front of a pillar with a plaque on it in Gerard Hall (a Dalhousie residence on Morris St. in downtown Halifax) ready for a tour. The building is under renovation (tiles are missing from the ceiling and there is a wheelbarrow near the pillar). From l to r: Kati Kilfoil, Larry Corrigan, Clay Fowler, Ronald Cochrane, Keith Hotchkiss, Gabrielle Morrison, ?, ?.
dc.description From External Affairs. A typed note taped to the back says: 'Gerard Hall Tour: A number of Saint Mary's administrators and staff toured Gerard Hall, a temporary residence for Saint Mary's students. Construction crews have been busy renovating Gerard Hall in preparation for the arrival of approximately 300 students in September. The members of the tour included (L-R) Kati Kilfoil (Assistant Director of Residence Life), Larry Corrigan (Chief Financial Officer), Clayton Fowler (Director of Residence), Ronald Cochrane (Director of Financial Services), Keith Hotchkiss (Director of Student Services), Gabrielle Morrison (Vice President Administration). The note seems to be typed on the back of an article about the renovation of Loyola and Vanier residences.
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dc.format.extent 10 cm x 15 cm
dc.subject.other People
dc.subject.other Residences
dc.subject.other Morrison, Gabrielle
dc.subject.other Hotchkiss, Keith
dc.subject.other Cochrane, Ronald
dc.subject.other Fowler, Clayton
dc.subject.other Corrigan, Lawrence
dc.subject.other Kilfoil, Kati
dc.subject.other Staff
dc.subject.other Construction
dc.subject.other Alumni
dc.subject.other Student Services
dc.title Tour of Gerard Hall, 2000
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