Fonds SCA423-GA493 - Robert Hanselman fonds.

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Robert Hanselman fonds.

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  • 1957-[1961?] (Creation)

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7 cm of textual records
2 photographs : b&w ; 20 x 30 cm or smaller
1 slide rule : plastic and aluminum ; 31 x 5 cm
1 case : leader ; 32 x 7 cm
1 briefcase : leather and metal ; 32 x 43 x 17 cm

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Materials used or accumulated by Robert "Bob" Hanselman during his time as a student at the University of Waterloo. Includes photographs of the University's first buildings, a slide rule, a book with mathematical tables used by Hanselman in his courses, two yearbooks, and Hanselman's briefcase.

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Donated by Robert Hanselman in 2018.


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  • English

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Robert Hanselman was a student in the first class of students at the Waterloo College and Associate Faculties (now the University of Waterloo) in 1957. He probably graduated in the early 1960s.

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Described by CGD in 2022.

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  • English

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