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First Graduating Class (May 1968)

A primary source provides direct or firsthand evidence about an event. Historical photographs may offer unique insights regarding the time period in which they were taken. The University of Lethbridge Archives has made photographs, bulletins, and more from our university's history available for online viewing. 


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