Fonds Fonds 43 - W.C. MacAulay fonds

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W.C. MacAulay fonds

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Fonds 43

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  • [ca. 1884]-1975, predominant 1921-1975 (Creation)

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6.6 m of textual records

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Wesley MacAulay was born in East Dudswell, Quebec, in 1909, and moved with his family to Limerick, Saskatchewan in 1918. He graduated with a degree in Pharmacy from the University of Saskatchewan in 1936 and continued with postgraduate studies at Perdue University. He was on the faculty of the University of Toronto from 1937 until 1939, when he accepted a position with the College of Pharmacy at the University of Saskatchewan. Between 1942 and 1945, MacAuley served with the Canadian Army overseas; in 1946 he was appointed Dean of the College of Pharmacy. MacAuley was active in many professional and educational organizations, serving as President of: the Association of the Deans of Pharmacy; the Association of the Faculties of Pharmacy; and the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada. MacAuley died in Saskatoon on 19 December 1975.

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This fonds contains the minutes, bylaws, annual reports, correspondence, and "historical files" of the Saskatchewan Pharmaceutical Association; to a lesser extent, it also contains material from the Canadian Pharmaceutical Association, and the Canadian Conference of Pharmaceutical Faculties. This fonds also contains prescription books from the Northwest Territories and early Saskatchewan.

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