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40th Anniversary

  Firsts at Brock
Played at Brock
Worked at Brock
The Faces Behind the Buildings at Brock
  Sharing Memories



Many of Brock’s buildings are named after distinguished individuals. The following photos recognize our buildings.

Where possible, we've identified the people who appear in the photographs. If you should recognize anyone who hasn't been identified, please contact us and we'll update our captions. Information can be submitted to:

The photos were provided by:
Special Collections and Archives, James A. Gibson Library
Divino Mucciante, University Photographer
Office of University Advancement

Click on the photos below to view a larger image.

Dr. Arthur Schmon.
Schmon Tower. Eleanor Misener.
Eleanor Misener Aquatics Centre. Rev. Sean O'Sullivan, the first Brock Graduate to receive an honorary degree from the University.
Sean O'Sullivan Theatre. Mac Chown, former Mayor of St. Catharines.
- The Standard.
Mackenzie Chown Complex. Dr. Arnie Lowenberger, first Dean of Students.
Arnie Lowenberger Residence.
Faculty Identification card for Rosalind Blauer, Economics Department.
Rosalind Blauer Centre for Child Care. Robert S.K. Welch, Chancellor, 1985-2000.
Robert S.K. Welch Hall. Dr. Ken Fowler, Taro Enterprises, right
Taro Hall. Bob Davis, Director of Athletics.
Bob Davis Gymnasium. Brock's Founding President Dr. James A. Gibson.
- Beta Photo Studio - London.
James A. Gibson Library.
Maj.-Gen. Sir Isaac Brock. Dr. Alan Earp.
Alan Earp Residence. David S. Howes.
David S. Howes Theatre. Betty and Gordon Vallee.
Vallee Residence. Bernard Harrison.
Harrison Hall.
From left, John and Carol Walker, and Marilyn and Norris Walker.
The Walker Complex.


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