6 edition of Graduates of McGill University, corrected to January 1890 found in the catalog.
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Additional Physical Format: Print version: McGill University. Graduates of McGill University, corrected to January Montreal: Printed for the University by J. Lovell, McGill University: Graduates of McGill University, corrected to January [electronic resource].
(Montreal: Printed for the University by J. Lovell, ) (page images at HathiTrust) McGill University: Graduates of McGill University, Montreal, corrected to April, [electronic resource]. (Montreal: Printed for the University by Witness. Graduates of McGill University, Montreal corrected to July, by McGill University The 2 books and the microform are at the North York branch.
Both microforms and a copy of the book are at the downtown Reference Library. The Osler Library of the History of Medicine McGill University, Montreal, Canada Osler Library Archive Collections P MAUDE ABBOTT FONDS COMPLETE INVENTORY LIST This is a guide to one of the collections held by the Osler Library of File Size: 1MB.
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An inventory of the various collections of documents held at McGill University has been published as Guide to archival resources at McGill University, comp. Marcel Caya et al. (3v., Montreal, ). It is also available on the Internet along with an update which describes the private fonds acquired between and When I visited the McGill University Archives in Montreal in the autumn ofhowever, I was surprised to learn that the Macdonald College had the very same motto.
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had declined to act and that he had appointed another to take his place. He had been. 66 Digital Library, McGill University. Colchester South, Colchester North.
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