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Appreciation plaque

Object is a wood-framed plaque featuring TWU's coat of arms on a black fabric background. The attached nameplate reads: "TWU President's Club, Margaret J. Payne, In honour of your commitment to Christian higher education" and...

Appreciation plaque

Object is a new, unused, wood-framed plaque featuring the University's coat of arms and a blank, un-engraved nameplate on a black fabric background; the plaque was given to friends and supporters of the school

Black corduroy Trinity Western jacket

Object is a black corduroy jacket with ribbed waist band and cuffs. TW and Trinity Western are embroidered on the front of the jacket in gold, and Education is embroidered on the sleeve, also in gold. The student completed an Arts degree because t...

Black graduation-cap tassel

Object is a black fabric tassel intended to be attached to the cap portion of the regalia worn by students for their commencement ceremonies; this tassel has a small gold-toned number 85 attached to it, indicating that it was used for Graduation 1985

Black graduation-cap tassel

Object is a black fabric tassel intended to be attached to the cap portion of the regalia worn by students for their commencement ceremonies; this tassel has a small gold-toned number 87 attached to it, indicating that it was used for Graduation 1987

Black graduation-cap tassel

Object is a black fabric tassel intended to be attached to the cap portion of the regalia worn by students for their commencement ceremonies; this tassel has a small gold-toned number 88 attached to it, indicating that it was used for Graduation 1988

Medium green Melmac bowl

Object is a medium-sized green Melmac bowl used in the original dining hall in Seal Kap House. [Melmac was a brand of melamine (plastic) dinnerware produced by American Cyanamid from the late 1940s]

Medium yellow Melmac bowl

Object is a medium-sized yellow Melmac bowl used in the original dining hall in Seal Kap House. [Melmac was a brand of melamine (plastic) dinnerware produced by American Cyanamid from the late 1940s]

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