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Name of Memorial/Commemoration: Plaque pointing out the foundation stone of the Kings College

Other Names:

Location: In the northeast corner of the Old Arts Building

Date Unveiled: May 1979

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Event/Occasion/Significance: The plaque unveiling ceremony was held as part of the university's 150th convocation.

Plaque Inscription/Text Associated:

Notes: The cornerstone, previously buried underground, was uncovered through a thorough search, and a plaque was placed to accompany and explain its significance. Present at the unveiling ceremony were Lieutenant Governor Robichaud and Dr. John M. Anderson, president of UNB.

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  • Telegraph Journal 19 May 1979.


© UNB Archives & Special Collections, 2014