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Volume 7 (1994)

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The Need for Dormitories at McGill. Stephen Leacock. Page 6

Leacock Remains at McGill Some Notes on the Stephen Leacock Collection. Bruce Whiteman. Page 11

Stephen Leacock and His Books. The Editors. Page 15

The Leacock Mission Statement. Ian Binnie. Page 33

James McGill and the War of 1812. Stanley Brice Frost. Page 41

Excavating Collections: Archaeological Finds at the Redpath Museum. Michael Bisson, Barbara Lawson, and Bruce Trigger. Page 53

The General Portrayed: Sir Arthur Currie and his Painters. Robert H. Michel. Page 73

Witness Testimonies of the Holocaust and the Meaning of Memory. Yehudi Lindeman. Page 103

Hugh MacLennan As I Knew Him. Louise Gareau-Des Bois. Page 113

Les Archives Photographiques Notman du Musée McCord. Barbara M. Syrek. Page 127

Notes and Comments. Page 149

Leacock Enters McGill. Marcel Caya. Page 149

McLennan Library: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary. Peter F. McNally. Page 152

Macdonald Physics Building: 1893-1993. Montague Cohen. Page 155

Views of Rome, Visions of Rome, Piranesi Prints from the Nobbs Collection in the Blackader-Lauterman Library, McGill University. Ron Harvie. Page 158

House Portraits, Four Krieghoff Oil Paintings at the McCord Collection. Conrad E.W. Graham. Page 164

An Early Canadian Herbal. Alfred Van Peteghem. Page 170

In Touch with History, The Archival Collection of Professor Thomas Henry Clark. Jason Pan. Page 174

Beatrice V. Simon (1899-1994.). Peter. F. McNally. Page 181

The Rutherford Museum. Montague Cohen. Page 183

Chronicle. Page 185

Illustrations
Peter felt his economics course coming magically to life.
Winter laid determined seige to the land... The transportation companies advertized special excursion trains up north.
The Arts Building, refurbished a number of times, was the original building of the University.
This was the proper setting for football heroics. Football field, Molson Stadium, Royal Victoria Hospital and Mount Royal.