Series - Manitoba Medical College - Architectural Images

MMC 1896 MMC c.a. 1894 MMC 1894 St. Regis Block MMC 1884 MMC est. 1883 MMC 1911 MMC c.a. 1911 Coach House MMC and Church
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Manitoba Medical College - Architectural Images

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Faculty of Medicine - Architectural Images

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PC 4.1

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The Manitoba Medical College was established in 1883. The Manitoba Medical College remained independent from the University of Manitoba until the two amalgamated in 1919 and became the Faculty of Medicine.

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Series consists of images depicting stages in the development of the Manitoba Medical College campus from the late nineteenth-century to the present University of Manitoba Bannatyne campus. Specific architectural images found in this series include: the Manitoba Medical College pathology and anatomy buildings, the medical library, the Chown and Basic Medical Sciences buildings, Cadham Provincial Laboratory, local hospitals, in addition to other Winnipeg architecture as it relates to the University of Manitoba Faculty of Medicine.

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