Nan Vesta Gregg (Room)

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Photo taken during the official opening of the Nan Vesta Gregg Room at the Harriet Irving Library, 1980. UA PC; Series UA PC 6; Item no. 35a.

Name of Memorial/Commemoration: Nan Vesta Gregg (Room)

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Location: Harriet Irving Library

Date Unveiled: 15 May 1980


Named for: Nan Vesta Gregg

Event/Occasion/Significance: Commemoration of room to honour long time librarian

Plaque Inscription/Text Associated: Nan Vesta Gregg Room - Officially opened May 15, 1980, this room is named in honour of Nan Gregg, B.A, B.L.S., a patron of the fine arts and long time head of the Reference Department, who for thirty years gave devoted service to the University of New Brunswick.

Notes: Room 213 of the Harriet Irving Library came to be known as the Nan Vasta Gregg Room. Gregg served the University of New Brunswick as a librarian for 30 years. She is remembered for her interest and support of the arts and her dedication to the arts both in the campus and in the community.


  • Plaque Inscription: University of New Brunswick Public Relations Department Photo Collection; Series 2; Sub-series 3; File 721; Item 21.
  • University Perspectives v. 6, no. 13 (12 May 1980): 9.

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