Weekly News Recap: September 16, 2016



Margaret Hess at her 100th birthday celebration in May 2016, shown here with University of Calgary Libraries and Cultural Resources staff: Vice-Provost Tom Hickerson, Annie Murray and Barb Murray. Photo by Tasneem Rahim


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