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Promotional materials and signage.

  • 42-08
  • Series
  • 1994, 2003, 201-, 2018-2019
  • 一部分Library Fonds

Series consists of promotional material and signage for the Norma Marion Alloway Library; such as, posters promoting the LOA, Long Night Against Procrastination, and the Amazing Race library events. In addition, there are posters promoting the services of the library services.

Library Fonds

  • CA TWU 42
  • Fonds
  • 1962-2019

The fonds consists of records dating from 1962 to 2009 that document the activities, functions, and decisions of the Director of Libraries. It provides a unique source of information regarding the establishment and expansion of services and resources available to students, faculty, staff, affiliates, and community borrowers, at the University Library.

Series within the fonds include:
Series 01: Correspondence and Memoranda
Series 02: Minutes of Meetings
Series 03: Financial Records
Series 04: Reports and Planning documents; Proposals
Series 05: Events; Newspaper Clippings
Series 06: Policies and Procedures
Series 07: Community Projects

Library

Norma Marion Alloway Plaque.

Item is a watercolour with pen and ink sign that gives a brief biography honouring TWU Library's namesake, Norma Marion Alloway. The sign is drawn using the artistic effect of trompe-l'oeil to give it an optic illusion to appear as a third dimensional object such as a plaque. The sign was displayed in the entrance of the library.

The sign features the face of Norma Marion Alloway on the lower right and a shell on the upper left corner. The sign reads:

"This library is named in honour of Norma Marion Alloway an outstanding Canadian author, poet and Christian.

Raised in humble circumstances as an only child, she developed early in life two overriding passions. One was a passion for learning which became the hallmark of her many interests and pursuits. The; other was a passion for communicating her Christian faith.

Upon graduation from the University of Toronto in 1944 she embarked on a lifelong pursuit of mentors from various disciplines. Their deep personal friendships enriched her life and reinforces her commitment to communicate the gospel clearly to the world.

As a Christian mother she modelled her faith for five children, ushering them gently into God’s kingdom.

As a Christian writer her career spanned four decades, producing articles and columns for magazines, periodicals and newspapers. Libraries and bookstores become touchstones in her pursuit of learning as focal pints for influencing the lives and thinking of future generations.

As a speaker she travelled the world using her collection of sea shells to illustrate spiritual truths. In God’s providence they became instruments of learning for men and women in all walks of life.

To the world she displayed in everything she did a profound joy whose source remained a mystery to many. Unashamed to speak clearly for her Lord, she seized every opportunity to channel God’s love. She took particular delight in reminding politicians and diplomats of their responsibility to preserve the spiritual principles on which their nations had been founded.

But to her friends, Norma asked only to be remembered in two simple word that characterized her vision, ambition, and passion--a Servant.

It is these words that are carved in granite on a simple headstone in a Toronto Cemetery and engraved on the hearts of her friends and her family."

"The Bacchae" theatrical production.

Item is an image of the theatrical production "The Bacchae," featuring two characters on a dim set. The individual on the left holds the other individual's shoulders tightly and leans down so that their faces are close. The individual on the right looks up at the first individual with concern.

"The Bacchae" theatrical production.

Item is an image of the theatrical production "The Bacchae," featuring twelve characters in a choreographed dance under several spotlights. The individuals stand on one foot, evenly spaced in three columns of four; they all face the left side of the frame and hold up one arm in that direction. The spotlights are in the back of the set so that the dancers closest to the camera are backlit and those farthest from the camera are more illuminated.

"The Bacchae" theatrical production.

Item is an image of the theatrical production "The Bacchae," featuring one character standing under a spotlight in front of a large gray pillar. They wear an elegant dress and hold one hand above their head with a flourish. They face the left side of the frame.

"The Bacchae" theatrical production.

Item is an image of the theatrical production "The Bacchae," featuring twelve characters kneeling in identical positions on a dim set. The individuals form four rows of three and are spaced apart evenly. They all wear white, and they all face the right side of the frame with their heads bowed and both hands on the floor.

"The Bacchae" theatrical production.

Item is an image of the theatrical production "The Bacchae," featuring a group of characters dressed in white on a dim set which is illuminated by blacklights. It is difficult to count how many individuals are present because only their clothes are visible, but there are at least eight. They all stand together, and some of them seem to have one hand raised up.

"The Bacchae" theatrical production.

Item is an image of the theatrical production "The Bacchae," featuring two characters sitting and facing each other at a table on a dim set. The individual on the right seems to be in the middle of speech as they hold up one finger at head height. On the table between the two individuals, a spotlight shines on several scattered papers. The individual on the left wears a police uniform and looks seriously at the first individual; they make a fist with one hand on the table.

"The Bacchae" theatrical production.

Item is an image of the theatrical production "The Bacchae," featuring two characters on a dim set. The individual in the centre stands under a spotlight at the end of a table with papers scattered on its surface; they face the right side of the frame but look at the other individual. The individual in the left foreground is barely visible in the dark, and they are not in the camera's focus; they face the direction of the table.

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