Fonds F 848 - Jack Bea fonds

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Jack Bea fonds

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F 848

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  • 1949-1960 (Creation)
    Bea, Jack

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less than 0.5 cm of textual records. - 1 photographic print : b&w ; 9 x 13 cm. - 4 artifacts

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John R. (Jack) Bea was born in Hamilton in 1932. For high school he attended the F. R. Close Technical School in Hamilton. He enrolled in Ryerson with the Electrical Technology Department. While at Ryerson, Jack was a member of the Ryerson Choir and on an intramural volleyball team. He also won a scholarship for electrical measurement. Jack graduated in 1952, and became a member of Ryerson's Electrical Alumni Association.

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Fonds consists of artifacts, a photograph, and textual records relating to Jack Bea's time at Ryerson Institute of Technology. The materials also pertain to his alumni membership after his graduation in 1952.

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Materials donated to Archives by Jack Bea in 1962.


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Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

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Permission of the Archives is required for publication.

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