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081 Clearing area for student parking. In the background is the utilities tunnel crossing under Prince Philip Drive and connecting the old boiler house on the south campus (right X) with the new utilities annex (left X)
081 Clearing area for student parking. In the background is the utilities tunnel crossing under Prince Philip Drive and connecting the old boiler house on the south campus (right X) with the new utilities annex (left X)
Title081 Clearing area for student parking. In the background is the utilities tunnel crossing under Prince Philip Drive and connecting the old boiler house on the south campus (right X) with the new utilities annex (left X)
SubjectHealth Sciences Centre - construction
Descriptionb&w ; 7 x 7 cm ; negative 267 (digital format only)
DonorHealth Sciences Information and Media Service (HSIMS)
Collection TitleHealth Sciences Information and Media Service (HSIMS) Collection, COLL-007
NotesJohn O'Reilly took the photographs during the construction of the Health Sciences Centre, St. John's, Newfoundland, 1971-1977.
Scrivener Projects list of the photographs:
Original number: 5521-2-73, No. 88

The Lillian Stevenson Nursing Archives and Museum, The Dr. Leonard A. Miller Centre, lent us numbered negatives and the original Scrivener Products photograph description cards in order to put the images into chronological order along with their individual titles.
DateFebruary 1973
Resource TypePhotograph
TypeStill Image
FormatImage/jpeg
Location No.Health Sciences Information & Media Services (HSIMS), COLL-007, Series: Health Sciences Centre Construction Photographs, Digital Image 13.01.088, Faculty of Medicine Founders' Archive
SourceFaculty of Medicine Founders' Archive, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Languageen
RightsAll rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part of these photographs is prohibited without the expressed written permission of the Health Sciences Information and Media Service, Faculty of Medicine, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
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