Series Fonds 47.4 - Artists, galleries and museums

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Artists, galleries and museums

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Fonds 47.4

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  • 1976-1988 (Creation)

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14 cm of textual records

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Peter T. Millard was born in Treorchy, Wales, in 1932 and first came to Canada in 1955 to attend McGill University. He received a BA from McGill in 1959, and continued his education at Wadham College, Oxford, from which he received a BA and a PhD. Millard joined the University of Saskatchewan in 1961 as an Instructor in English; he eventually became head of the department. He also served a one-year term as Head of the Faculty Association. Professor Millard retired from the University in December 1991.

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This series contains material pertaining to art related transactions between Peter Millard and various artists, museums and galleries in Canada and England. There are files for each of the following: The Canadian Art Bank, Oliver Bevan, Canadian Arctic Producers, Prunella Cough, Reta Cowley, Norm Dallin, Gallery One, Maurice Haycock, Patrick Hayman, Keewatin show, Malborough Godard, Mira Godard, Greg Hardy, James Art Studio, Kesik Gallery, Dorthy Knowles, Paul Kuhn, Mackenzie Gallery, D.J. MacMillan, Mendel Gallery, Brian Melnychenko, Bill and Angelique Merasty, Wyona Mulcaster, Frederick Mulder, Denis Nokony, U of S Print Shop, Sotheby's (London), Dmytro Stryjek, Thomas Gallery, Oden Wagner, Susan Whitney Gallery and Wills Lane Gallery.

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