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1967-1968 photographs

Series consists of photographs from the first year of Humber College. The series includes photographs of James S. Bell Elementary School, which was rented for the first courses, as well as photographs of the construction of North Campus.

1969-1970 photographs

Series consists of photographs depicting events from Humber between 1969 and 1970. The series includes photographs of instructors and students, construction projects, and other subjects.

1971-1972 photographs

Series consists of candid photographs of Humber, taken between 1971 and 1972. Includes photographs of campus (including the "Bubble", Queensway, construction of the J Building, and others), as well as candid shots of students and staff on campus (including staff at the Instructional Materials Centre or IMC).

1973-1974 photographs

Series consists of candid photographs, taken between 1973 and 1974, primarily of the North Campus. Includes photographs of construction, events, staff/students, and the activities of the Instructional Materials Centre (IMC).

1975-1976 photographs

Series consists of photographs, taken between 1975 and 1976, primarily of the North Campus, and features photographs of campus, staff, students, and other subjects.

Administrative documents of the Orangeville Campus

Series consists of reports, correspondence, and other materials primarily created by Humber Orangeville's Principle, Joe Andrews. Much of the material relates to the planning of the campus, day-to-day operations, and program/faculty planning. The series also includes one subseries which focuses on material relating to Humber's relationship with the Town of Orangeville.

Administrative records of the Osler Nursing School

Series consists of material relating to the operation of the Osler School of Nursing (mainly prior to its absorption into Humber in 1973). The series is divided into three sub-series, which cover general correspondence, graduation exercises, and the opening of the new Osler building and residence in February 1970.

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