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Archival Resources Related to Naming UNB Buildings

Original documents from UNB Archives

  • Memo - 28 July 1967

    Memo dated July 28, 1967 to Dr. A.G. Bailey, Head of UNB’s History Department and Vice-President Academic, from UNB President Colin B. Mackay. Attached to the memo is a copy of a letter from John L. Williamson, UNB Class of ’57 who would eventually become a Deputy Minister in the Government of New Brunswick. In the letter Williamson urges Mackay to honour certain NB Loyalists, including the Ludlows.

    Found in UA RG 80 A.G. Bailey fonds, Series 12, Case 75, file 14, file title “President’s Office 1963, 1971”.

  • Letter - 8 April 1968

    Personal letter dated April 8, 1968 from UNB President Colin B. Mackay to M.L. Lynch, former registrar of the Saint John Law School and member of the UNB Board of Governors. Mackay suggests the name Ludlow for the new law school building.

    Letter was found in UA RG 136 President’s Papers, Series 9, Subseries 2, unprocessed box of Colin B. Mackay papers in file marked “M.L. Lynch”.

  • Letter - 3 May 1968

    Personal letter dated May 3, 1968 from UNB President Colin B. Mackay to M.L. Lynch, former registrar of the Saint John Law School and member of the UNB Board of Governors. Mackay lists the different names he is considering for the new law school building.

    Note: the enclosure mentioned in the letter was not found in this file.

    Letter was found in UA RG 136 President’s Papers, Series 9, Subseries 2, unprocessed box of Colin B. Mackay papers in file marked “M.L. Lynch”.

  • Minutes - 15 May 1968

    Excerpt from the Minutes of UNB Senate of May 15, 1968 in which the decision is made to name the new Faculty of Law building “Ludlow Hall”.

    Minutes of Senate up to the change to Board of Governors in 1968 can be found in UA RG 40.

  • Memo - 31 May 1968

    Memo dated May 31, 1968 from UNB President Colin B. Mackay to Vice-President (Academic) A.G. Bailey. Mackay asks Bailey for advice on naming of the new Law school building.

    Found in UA RG 80 A.G. Bailey fonds, Series 12, Case 75, file 13, file title “President’s Office 1967-1968”.

  • Memo - 15 June 1968

    Memo dated June 15, 1968 from Vice-President (Academic) A.G. Bailey to UNB President Colin B. Mackay regarding the wording for the name of the Faculty of Law building.

    Found in UA RG 80 A.G. Bailey fonds, Series 12, Case 75, file 13, file title “President’s Office 1967-1968”.

  • Programme - 8 October 1968

    Printed programme in brochure form of the Opening Ceremonies of Ludlow Hall, October 8-9, 1968.

    Programme was found in UA RG 136 President’s Papers, Series 9, Subseries 2, Box 70, file 152, file title “Faculty of Law – Opening of New Building Oct 8, 1968”.

  • Speech - 8 October 1968

    Speech by Dr. Colin B. Mackay at Opening of Ludlow Hall – Faculty of Law, Tuesday, Oct. 8, 1968. Mackay gives a brief history of UNB’s Faculty of Law and addresses the naming of a building. Page 7 is missing.

    Original speech can be found in UA Case 135 Presidents, Box 2, file 10.

  • Booklet - 8 October 1968

    Booklet commemorating the official opening of Ludlow Hall on October 8, 1968. Includes a biographical sketch of George Duncan Ludlow and a history of the Faculty of Law. Booklet was found in UA RG 136 President’s Papers, Series 9, Subseries 2, Box 70, file 152, file title “Faculty of Law – Opening of New Building Oct 8, 1968”.

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