Fonds F 885 - Lois Martell fonds

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Lois Martell fonds

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F 885

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  • 1956-1959 (Creation)
    Martell, Lois

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less than 1 cm of textual records
11 artifacts
19 photographic prints : b&w ; 9-17 x 9-20 cm

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Lois Astrid Martell (née Nymark) graduated from the Ryerson Institute of Technology with a diploma in Hotel, Resort and Restaurant Administration in 1959. Martell was the only woman in a graduating class of eleven men and was a member of the Oshawa Kirby Ski Club and the Ryerson Ski Club. Her husband, Dennis Patrick Albert Martell, also graduated in 1959 with a diploma in Business Administration.

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Fonds consists of student memorbilia, including athletic trophies and letters, convocation and dance programmes, photographs, newspaper clippings, and other miscellaneous objects.

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Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

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