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Our heritage : a view from the Butte. Volume 2
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Leippi Lineage
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Reflections : Kelliher Jasmin district
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Down memory lane : a history of the Domain community, 1867-1967
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Supplement to Riverhurst wheels of progress, 1965-1980
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Rural Roots : Brada, Easthill, Roecliffe
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University of Calgary Convocation, Part II, June 6th, 1991
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Treasured memories : Gwynne and district
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The story of Saskatchewan and its people. Volume 2
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Tallystick 1965
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Iron Ring 1998–99, Faculty of Engineering Yearbook, University of Calgary
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Faculty of Law Yearbook 1986–87, University of Calgary
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Tallystick 1977
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Tallystick 1976
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The University of Calgary - a visitors' guide
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Faculty of Social Sciences scholarly publications 1998
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The Rocking P Gazette: September 1923
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The Rocking P Gazette: October 1923
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The Rocking P Gazette: April 1924
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The Rocking P Gazette: March 1924
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Image of Science A, as seen from MacKimmie Library Tower, with Mathematical Sciences in the background. The Norris Sculpture, a.k.a. the Prairie Chicken, can be seen in the foreground.
Image of the Norris Sculpture, also known as The Prairie Chicken. The 5.5-metre-high sculpture weighs 4.1 tonnes and stands on a 4-metre-high hill, also designed by the artist, George Norris.
Image of students relaxing on the grassy knoll on Swann Mall that is home to the sculpture, the Prairie Chicken. Education Tower can be seen in the background.
Image of a crane lowering the top of the Norris Sculpture (also known as The Prairie Chicken) onto the base.
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