Faculty of Music - Edward Johnson Building cornerstone laying ceremony
April 20, 1961
Views of ceremony and reception for the laying of the cornerstone at the Faculty of Music's new Edward Johnson Building. Included are shots of Henry Borden, Vice-Chairmen of the Board of Governors and Fiorenza Drew, daughter of Edward Johnson (after whom the building was named) leading the academic procession from the ROM to the site of the Edward Johnson Building
Henry Borden, Fiorenza Drew, and President Claude Bissell addressing the ceremony attendees
Fiorenza Drew laying the cornerstone with her husband, the Hon. George Drew, High Commissioner to the United Kingdom
and the reception at the ROM.
"Fanfare on Philosophers' Walk," Varsity Graduate, May 1961, pg. 33-43.President's Report for the Year Ended June 1961, pg. [10b]-[10c].
34 negatives : b&w ; 6x6 cm
B1994-0023 / 6104-19
Eric Trussler Photographer fonds
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Buildings - Construction