By Tom Sheppard
Acadia college explores the illustrious establishment from the floor up: from its humble beginnings as Acadia university, a Baptist institution verified in 1838 in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, to 1 of the top-ranked undergraduate universities within the state. Over 100 archival photos accessory depictions of early campus lifestyles, together with statements, tales, and anecdotes from generations of scholars on every little thing from place of abode existence, to academia, to important occasions and firms. discover the background in the back of campus constructions, from university corridor (1844) to such sleek marvels because the ok. C. Irving Environmental technology Centre, and collage staples from the Athenaeum to the Axemen and Axewomen athletic groups. And hint a proud heritage of alumni via snap shots of noteworthy school participants and striking scholars. This most recent addition to the photographs of Our previous sequence is an exciting and enlightening heritage for somebody attached to the prestigious university.
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During her tenure, the first separate library building was built, in 1914. Haley went on to marry Dr. Malcolm R. Elliott, later chair of the university’s Board of Governors. Their children, Shirley and Robbins, both graduated from Acadia. Shirley was, for many years, legislative librarian at Province House, and Robbins served in the Second World War and had a career with the federal government before retiring to Wolfville. The new library was the Emmerson Memorial Library, located near what was once the university dining hall and which is now the Sheldon L.
There 40 Ac a di a uni v er sit y had been rumours the site was being cleared so that a new library could be built, but some thought that a newer and bigger Students' Union building was going on the site, and there were even stories that Blomidon House was to be moved to the site. In fact, the library rumour turned out to be correct. The university had purchased the land on October 3, 1960, from Maud Kennedy, the daughter of Professor George Kennedy who had arrived to teach natural science at Acadia in 1873.
R. Leverett DeV. Chipman (Class of 1903), a medical doctor who had retired to Wolfville in 1946. Dr. Chipman became a great benefactor of Acadia and served on its Board of Governors. President Kirkconnell said that the ceremony was to recognize one of Acadia’s most distinguished families; the legendary Isaac Chipman was an earlier member. Dr. Kirkconnell said there were twenty-seven Chipman alumni, and three Chipmans were undergraduates at the time. Dr. DeV. Chipman, who went to school in Kentville, was given an honorary degree by Acadia in 1954.
Acadia University by Tom Sheppard