File F-273-0-0-0-3 - Simon Fraser University Yearbook Vol. 1

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Simon Fraser University Yearbook Vol. 1

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F-273-0-0-0-3

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  • 1966 (Creation)

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File consists of a copy of the first SFU Yearbook (for the year 1965-66).

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  • English

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A digitized copy of the Yearbook is available from the Simon Fraser Student Society fonds, series F-74-12-5. See link in "Related materials" below.

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The Yearbook is a collective work that includes materials protected by copyright. Copyright in the work as a whole belongs to the Simon Fraser Student Society. Copyright in the Individual contributions is thought to remain with the original contributors. In many cases, it may not be possible to identify or locate the copyright holders. SFU Archives will provide copies for researchers for a research, private study, or other purpose permitted under the fair dealing provisions of Canada's Copyright Act. Use of copies for any other purpose requires permission of the copyright owner(s). Researchers are responsible for obtaining all permissions themselves, directly from the copyright owner. Contact the Reference Archivist for more information relating to copyright ownership or term of protection.

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  • Artifact box - small: 273-1