Fonds MG118 - Barbara Brooks George fonds

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Barbara Brooks George fonds

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46 black and white photographs (snapshots)

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Barbara Brooks George was born in 1939 and was from St. Lambert, Quebec. She graduated in 1958 from Bishop's University where her activities included the Glee Club and the English Forum. Her work career included Project Manager, Cybercartography and the New Economy Project with the Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre at Carleton University (2003). Barbara George died on January 15, 2017, at the age of 78 surrounded by her children.

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Candid photographs of social life at Bishop's University during the late 1950's. The donor, Marjorie Goodfellow '59, was room-mate with Barbara Brooks while they were both at Bishop's, resident students in Pollack Hall.

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Marjorie Goodfellow, Class of 1959


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