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[[File:RoyalVisit1967RoyalVisitors21f.jpeg|thumb|right|425x400px|Mrs. John B. McNair; Dr. Colin B. Mackay; Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother; and Premier Louis J. Robichaud Record group/Fonds UA PC; Series UA PC 3; Item no. 21f 12 July 1967]]
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&#x5B;&#x5B;File:RoyalVisit1967RoyalVisitors21f.jpeg|thumb|right|425x400px|Mrs. John B. McNair; Dr. Colin B. Mackay; Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother; and Premier Louis J. Robichaud Record group/Fonds UA PC; Series UA PC 3; Item no. 21f 12 July 1967&#x5D;&#x5D; '''Date(s) of occurrence:''' Wednesday, 12 July 1967 '''Significance:''' Presentation of the UNB president and descendents of Fathers of Confederation to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother during the 1967 Canadian Centennial Year celebrations. '''Summary of event:''' A presentation by Lieutenant-Governor John B. McNair to Her Majesty of the UNB president Dr. Colin B. Mackay and descendants of the Fathers of Confederation took place at Lady Dunn Hall. A luncheon provided by the Province of New Brunswick followed at which Premier Louis J. Robichaud presented Her Majesty with a gift from the province. The visit on campus ended at 2:30 with a departure for Odell Park. '''Notes:&nbsp;'''After visits to Odell Park and Camp Gagetown, Her Majesty returned to Saint John where the HMY Britannia was&nbsp;berthed. The next day was a&nbsp; visit St. Andrews and Campobello Island. '''Source(s):''' *UNB Scrapbooks (UA RG 100), April - September, 1967. ''Daily Gleaner,'' 10 July, 1967. *UNB Scrapbooks (UA RG 100), April - September, 1967.&nbsp;''Telegraph Journal,'' 13 July,1967. &#x7B;&#x7B;Copyright&#x7D;&#x7D; &#x5B;&#x5B;Category:Historic Events|Royal 1967&#x5D;&#x5D;<br/>&#x5B;&#x5B;Category:Royal Visits| &#x5D;&#x5D;
 
 
'''Date(s) of occurrence:''' Wednesday, 12 July 1967
 
 
 
'''Significance:''' Presentation of the UNB president and descendents of Fathers of Confederation to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother during the 1967 Canadian Centennial Year celebrations.
 
 
 
'''Summary of event:''' A presentation to Her Majesty of the UNB president and descendants of the Fathers of Confederation took place at the . Lieutenant-Governor McNair presented Dr. Colin B MacKay to Her Majesty, after which descendents of the Fathers of Confederation were presented to Her Majesty. A luncheon provided by the Province of New Brunswick followed at which Premier Louis J. Robichaud presented Her Majesty with a gift from the province. The visit on campus ended at 2:30 with a departure for Odell Park.
 
 
 
'''Notes:&nbsp;'''After visits to Odell Park and Camp Gagetown, Her Majesty returned to Saint John where the HMY Britannia was&nbsp;berthed. The next day was a&nbsp; visit St. Andrews and Campobello Island.
 
 
 
'''Source(s):'''
 
 
 
*UNB Scrapbooks (UA RG 100), April - September, 1967. ''Daily Gleaner,'' 10 July, 1967.
 
*UNB Scrapbooks (UA RG 100), April - September, 1967.&nbsp;''Telegraph Journal,'' 13 July,1967.
 
 
 
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[[File:RoyalVisit1967RoyalVisitors21f.jpeg|thumb|right|425x400px|Mrs. John B. McNair; Dr. Colin B. Mackay; Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother; and Premier Louis J. Robichaud Record group/Fonds UA PC; Series UA PC 3; Item no. 21f 12 July 1967]] Date(s) of occurrence: Wednesday, 12 July 1967 Significance: Presentation of the UNB president and descendents of Fathers of Confederation to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother during the 1967 Canadian Centennial Year celebrations. Summary of event: A presentation by Lieutenant-Governor John B. McNair to Her Majesty of the UNB president Dr. Colin B. Mackay and descendants of the Fathers of Confederation took place at Lady Dunn Hall. A luncheon provided by the Province of New Brunswick followed at which Premier Louis J. Robichaud presented Her Majesty with a gift from the province. The visit on campus ended at 2:30 with a departure for Odell Park. Notes: After visits to Odell Park and Camp Gagetown, Her Majesty returned to Saint John where the HMY Britannia was berthed. The next day was a  visit St. Andrews and Campobello Island. Source(s): *UNB Scrapbooks (UA RG 100), April - September, 1967. Daily Gleaner, 10 July, 1967. *UNB Scrapbooks (UA RG 100), April - September, 1967. Telegraph Journal, 13 July,1967. {{Copyright}} [[Category:Historic Events|Royal 1967]]
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