By Tom Sheppard
Acadia collage explores the illustrious establishment from the floor up: from its humble beginnings as Acadia collage, a Baptist college validated in 1838 in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, to at least one of the top-ranked undergraduate universities within the nation. Over 100 archival images accessory depictions of early campus lifestyles, together with statements, tales, and anecdotes from generations of scholars on every little thing from place of dwelling existence, to academia, to important occasions and businesses. discover the heritage in the back of campus structures, from university corridor (1844) to such sleek marvels because the okay. C. Irving Environmental technological know-how Centre, and collage staples from the Athenaeum to the Axemen and Axewomen athletic groups. And hint a proud heritage of alumni via pictures of noteworthy school contributors and striking scholars. This latest addition to the photographs of Our previous sequence is an exciting and enlightening background for someone attached to the prestigious university.
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Hon. William George Clark, who had been lieutenant-governor of New Brunswick, served on Acadia’s Board of Governors. He received an honorary degree in 1940, as did his wife, Harriet Hannah Richardson Clark, in 1926. Esther’s brother, Alden, also graduated from Acadia, as did his children, John and Nancy. It was John, his wife, Wilma, and their family who were the leaders in providing funding for the Clark Commons. 46 Ac a di a uni v er sit y The Academy Boarding House, built behind College Hall in 1835, was the second building erected on the Acadia campus.
The idea was not new. In February of 1891, when the library was open five afternoons a week, the Athenaeum said that the college had one need at the time: more access to the library. ” Jean Haley, as university librarian, was in a position to do something about the need. 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.
As time went on, the school had such luminaries as architect Leslie R. Fairn, who went on to design many of Acadia’s buildings, as principal. In the early days, people thought nothing of moving buildings around. In 1913 the university decided to pick up the training hall and deposit it next to the Academy Residence as its usefulness as a manual training centre had disappeared with the opening of Rhodes Hall. By placing it next to the Academy Residence, and physically attaching it to the building, the hall could find new life as a dining room, kitchen, hospital, and quarters for matrons and other workers as well as students.
Acadia University by Tom Sheppard