Sub-series F-74-12-5 - Yearbooks

Simon Fraser University Yearbook 1965-66 Simon Fraser University Yearbook 1966-67

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Yearbooks

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  • Textual record
  • Records in electronic form (digitized)

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  • Source of title proper: Title supplied by the archivist based on contents of sub-series

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F-74-12-5

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  • 1965-1967 (Creation)

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Physical description

2 yearbooks

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Scope and content

Sub-series consists of the first (and only ) two issues of the Simon Fraser University Yearbook created and published by the Student Society. The yearbooks are hardcover bound volumes containing photographs, text and essays relating to aspects of campus life. The editors' intention was to create an annual yearbook, and volumes were produced for the first two years of the university's existence. The yearbook was discontinued after the second year (1966-67). The sub-series contains two hardcover copies of each yearbook; in 2015 the yearbooks were digitized

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Arrangement

The yearbooks (two copies of two issues) were originally arranged by the archivist as part of series 10 (Subject files), with separate file numbers (39–42) assigned to each physical item. In May 2016, the Archives made the digitized versions available, and the archivist assigned the yearbooks to a new sub-series (12-5), registering each issue as a separate item.

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  • English

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Availability of other formats

The yearbooks were digitized by the Archives in 2015. For the production master copy, a digital photograph was made for each page (in tiff format). From these a single pdf file was complied as the access copy. The production master copies are stored in the Archives' digital repository preservation system.

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Open

Terms governing use, reproduction, and publication

The Yearbooks are protected under copyright as collective works. There may be multiple copyright holders. There is no surviving documentation regarding copyright arrangements made at the time of creation. Given the lack of evidence, the Archives' best surmise is that the Student Society owns copyright in the work as a whole, but the individual contributors retained copyright on their own contributions.

The Archives may provide copies for a private study, research or other purpose allowed under the fair dealing provisions of Canada's Copyright Act. Use of copies for any other purpose may require permission of the copyright holder(s). Researchers are responsible for obtaining all permissions directly from the copyright holder(s).

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Dates of creation, revision and deletion

May 2016: materials moved to present arrangement under sub-series F-74-5-12; former files deleted.
Jun 2006: materials arranged under series F-74-10 in 4 files – F-74-10-0-0-39 / -40 / -41 / -42.

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