• Founders Committee

      n.d.
      The photo caption reads: "These are the men who contribute their abilities and time to the development of Brock University. Members of the Founders' Committee, they are pictured clockwise: R. L. Hearn, Queenston; W. J. Freeman, Port Colborne; M. A. Chown, St. Catharines; M. L. Swart, Thorold; C. Bruce Hill, Thorold; C. B. Slemon, Niagara Falls; Dr. James A. Gibson, St. Catharines; D. G. Willmot, St. Catharines; J .M. Trott, Welland; A. C. Rae, Fonthill; W. B. C. Burgoyne, St. Catharines; E. S. Howard, Fort Erie; L. R. Williams, Welland; S. J. Leishman, Thorold; E. J. Barbeau, St. Catharines; and E. R. Davey, Niagara Falls. Missing from the photo were: W. B. Gunning, W. S. Martin, C. W. Morehead, and B. P. R. Newman.
    • Founders Committee Chooses President

      1963-09
      A special meeting of several Founders Committee members took place at Arthur A. Schmon's House in Niagara on the Lake immediately after the announcement in September of 1963 that Dr. James Alexander Gibson would be the first president of Brock University as of January 1964. Pictured here from left to right are: Mr. W. B. C. Burgoyne, Mr. D. G. Willmot, Dr. J. A. Gibson, Dr. A. A. Schmon, Mr. E. J. Barbeau, Dr. S. H. Deeks, and Mr. C. W. Morehead.
    • Founding Figures

      1963
      Pictured here from left to right are: Premier John Robarts, Mrs. Grover Egertor of the Allanburg Women's Institute, the woman who first came up with the idea of forming a University in the Niagara Region, Mrs. Bearss, the former chairwoman of the Women's Institute when the project was proposed, and Dr. Arthur A. Schmon, chairman of the Founder's Committee. This photo was taken at a dinner in Niagara Falls in 1963 that marked the official launch of the Brock University Project.
    • Glenridge Campus Site

      1964-03
      Dr. Deeks and Dr. Gibson admiring the Brock University sign at the Glenrdige Campus. Renovations to the old refrigerator factory were only just underway at this time.
    • President Chosen

      1963-09
      A special meeting of several Founders Committee members took place at Arthur A. Schmon's House in Niagara on the Lake immediately after the announcement in September of 1963 that Dr. James Alexander Gibson would be the first president of Brock University as of January 1964. Pictured here from left to right are: Mr. Willmot, Dr. Gibson, Dr. Schmon, and Dr. Deeks.
    • The Story of Brock University to date

      Mitchelson, Edward E. (1964)
      A paper that describes "the developments that have led up to the founding of an institution of higher learning for the Niagara Peninsula to be known as 'Brock University'..."