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Ground-breaking for Fraser Hall

Photograph of a ground-breadking ceremony. From the Spring 1978 (vol. 2 no. 2) issue of Trinity Western World: February 17, 1978 we broke ground for a three-storey, 68-unit student residence complex which will be located adjacent to the present three apartment blocks. This is a self-amortizing project and is being built at cost by Christian contractors. The units will replace the "temporary" dorms which were to last 5 years but are now going into their 17th year! The first phase of this complex will be completed during the 78-79 academic year. L to R: Mark Maxwell, student body president; Mr. Ray Nelson, member, President's Advisory Council; Dr. Neil Snider; Dr. Robert Thompson; Rev. Ken Lawrence, Chairman, Board of Governors. (p. 3)

Reception following the dedication of the RNT Building

Photograph of the reception following the dedication of the Robert N. Thompson Building; Robert N. Thompson and Kenneth Davis are at either end of the table, and R. Neil Snider is near the middle, next to Lieutenant Governor Robert Rogers.

Peter Stursberg donating books to the Library

Photograph of veteran broadcaster and oral historian, Peter Stursberg, standing in the University Archives on the occasion of his donating books to the Norma Marion Alloway Library; Robert N. Thompson is on his right and David Twiest is on his left.

Brouwer, Shawn

Dr. Snider posing with two others in front of the TWC sign

Photograph of R. Neil Snider receiving the final installment of a $10000 donation from Austen Torrell, Gulf Canada's corporate affairs director for BC.; Robert N. Thompson is on the right and all three are standing in front of the Welcome to TWC sign.

Bob Dibble

Three men standing in front of Seal Kap

Photograph of Robert N. Thompson and Austen Torrell, a Gulf Canada representative who had just finished completing a $10000 donation; all are standining in front of the Seal Kap House which was still serving as the Administration Building.

Bob Dibble

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