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Prof. William A. Parks in trench
Frederick Grant Banting and Charles H. Best
FERUT computer at University of Toronto Computation Centre
Map of CPR lines with Innis' annotations made while researching his Ph.D. dissertation on railways
Dr. James Hillier with the electron microscope
William A. Parks, head of the Department of Geology and director of the Royal Ontario Museum seen in trench
Harold Innis with T.W. Harris, North West Territory
Physicist, John C. McLennan
H.E.T. Haultain, professor of Mining Engineering
Frederick Coates in workshop of the Dominion Orthopedic Hospital, Christie St. Toronto
Albert Prebus (left) and James Hillier (right) working with the electron microscope in 1938.
Institute of Aerospace Studies - Subsonic wind tunnel
Solar Eclipse, Australia, 1922, at 10 seconds
Solar Eclipse, Australia, Sept 21 1922, Inner Corona
Institute of Aerospace Studies - facilities and staff
Gordon Slemon and Douglas Andrews with reactor simulator
Slow-Poke reactor
R.J. Johnston, Joseph Kates and Leonard Casciato with UTEC computer.
Prof. Ernest A. McCulloch shown here (3rd from right) with colleagues at the Symposium on Cell Multiplication.
FERUT computer at the University of Toronto

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