Frederick Wigle, Old McGill Yearbook, 1936, page 202.

McGill, Montreal and beyond at the MUA

By Jean-Marc Tremblay, Archivist, McGill University Archives La version française suit In an increasingly fast-paced digital world, the McGill University Archives (MUA) is an invaluable resource for those looking to take a step back and voyage through the annals of
Snapshots of Osler at the bedside: Auscultation, c. 1895. Osler Library Photo Collection.

Bringing the World to the Osler and the Osler to the World

By Andie Tomlinson, Archival Assistant, Osler Library of the History of Medicine & MISt Candidate 2017 La version française suit History is on every shelf at the Osler Library of the History of Medicine. Located on the third floor of
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Rare Books Take on an Added Dimension

(originally posted on November 25, 2016 on the Rare Books and Special Collections blog) By: Ann Marie Holland La version française suit As technology continually reshapes the world, modern academic libraries are finding innovative new digital projects and presentations to
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Jeffry Archer appointed Associate Dean, User Services

The McGill Library and Archives is pleased to welcome Jeffry Archer as the new Associate Dean, User Services, on a four-year term effective January 3, 2017. “Jeffry will be an incredible asset to the entire McGill community. Throughout his career,
McGill Open House, 1959. Old McGill Yearbook.

Library abuzz with activity for Open House & Homecoming 2016

The Library & Archives have planned a great mix of activities, events and initiatives for Homecoming (Thursday October 27 – Sunday, October 30) and Open House (Sunday, October 30, 2016). Discuss the future of the Library & Archives with Dean Cook,

Library Pride ~ Fierté Bibliothèque

The McGill Library strives to be a safe place of inclusion where people of all stripes can come together in the pursuit of knowledge. We embrace the LGBTQ community and openness in general as a core value. As part of this year’s Pride

Eight helpful links to help you navigate the McGill Library

Welcome to the McGill Library and Archives! Drawing on almost two centuries worth of resources, the Library has accumulated one of the largest and most unique collections in North America. We offer access to over 5 million print volumes and journals, 2.3

Nathalie Cooke appointed new Associate Dean, ROAAr

The McGill Library and Archives is pleased to announce the appointment of Nathalie Cooke as new Associate Dean, ROAAr (Rare & Special Collections, Osler, Art and Archives), for a three-year term beginning September 1, 2016. “I’m excited to welcome Nathalie

Join the Visual Arts Collection for a weekly lunch-time tour of art around the McGill campus

Starting this week, the McGill Visual Arts Collection (VAC) will be offering a weekly free lunch-time tour of the various statues, sculptures and artwork around the McGill campus, including iconic works like Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney’s “The Three Bares.” Leaving from Service Point

Out of the Archives: Tracing the construction of the McLennan-Redpath complex

If you’ve been to the downtown McGill campus this summer, you’d be hard pressed to miss the unmistakable sights, sounds and even smells of construction. Dozens of workers and mammoth machines are currently toiling away on Sherbrooke and McTavish as part
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