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World War, 1914-1918
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Prof. William A. Parks in trench
Frederick Grant Banting and Charles H. Best
Map of CPR lines with Innis' annotations made while researching his Ph.D. dissertation on railways
James Till in his laboratory, 1975
Dr. W.G. Bigelow and colleagues in hibernation research are grouped around an electro-cardiograph machine and cooling bath.
William A. Parks, head of the Department of Geology and director of the Royal Ontario Museum seen in trench
Unidentified medical researcher
Harold Innis with T.W. Harris, North West Territory
Dr. Frederick Kergin, at patient's bedside.
Physicist, John C. McLennan
H.E.T. Haultain, professor of Mining Engineering
J. Tuzo Wilson with model of earth showing tectonic plates.
James Guillet with his U.V. degradable plastic
Prof Ernest McCulloch, co-discoverer of the stem cell.
Wilbur Rounding Franks
Prof. Ernest A. McCulloch shown here (3rd from right) with colleagues at the Symposium on Cell Multiplication.
Original members of the Playfair Committee.
Dr. James Till in laboratory
Harold Innis in Churchill, Manitoba
Dr. Frederick Kergin, preparing for operation.
Ursula Franklin, Professor of Materials Science
Astronomer, Helen Sawyer Hogg beside the of the David Dunlop optical telescope