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- Pugsley, William H. (William Howard), 1912-1993
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2 film reels
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Fonds concerns Pugsley’s contacts with McGill economics professors during his senior year and as a recent graduate, and his enthusiasm for McGill sports.
His correspondence comprises a letter from Prof. J.P. Day, 1934, responding to Pugsley's views on the roles of government and the banks in the extension of credit, and two letters from Stephen Leacock, one, 1934, commending a review-article by Pugsley, the second, 1935, declining an invitation to give an address. A number of clippings from the McGill Daily and city newspapers record McGill sports events, ca 1932. Two reels of film provide campus views, interior views of classrooms, and sport events at McGill.
Also includes notes and examinations for Economics classes from his student years.
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Library and Archives Canada has a fonds on William Howard Pugsley. It contains 30 cm of textual records, 11 920 photographs and 14 film reels.
The Rare Books Department has “Return to sea”, a typescript of an autobiography of a former naval man (1959, M280.Bd283).