We are proud to make available through this website the contents of the Expo '67 Photograph Collection taken by the late Meredith F. Dixon. We are also pleased to provide supplementary maps, descriptions and essays detailing the historic event that was Expo '67.
The collection was digitized and organized by Troye Carrington, an undergraduate student in School of Architecture. She also prepared descriptions of all archival material.
We take this opportunity to express our profound gratitude to the Young Canada Works program for their financial support of the Expo '67 Dixon Slide Collection project.
Thank you to Annmarie Adams and Marilyn Berger who jointly conceived this project.
Finally, we wish to express our thanks to Pamela and John Dixon for donating their famaily's collection to the McGill University School of Architecture. Without their generousity this collection would not be publicly accessible. Special thanks to John Dixon for his loving and insightful introduction into the life and work of his father, Meredith Dixon.
It is our hope that the exceptional contribution of Meredith Dixon to the documentation of Expo '67 will remain alive through the use of this image collection.
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