- A photograph of people that attended at the F. C. M. Conference that took place in Saskatoon from 26 December 1925 to 2 January 1926. Photograph taken by Steele of Saskatoon. Meaning of F. C. M. abbreviation unclear, possibly meant to be S. C. M. for Student Christian Movement. Photograph is broken apart in the middle of the image. Notes on image read: //////////////"Fletcher Argue. Western F. C. M. Conference. Saskatoon. Dec. 26th 1925 to Jan. 2nd 1926. Steele, Saskatoon.//////////////" People identified in the image include Fletcher Argue, Locksley McNeill, Harry Arson, Helen Nichol, Harold Bruce, Mr. Clark, Mrs. McDonnell, Sandy Nicholson, Dave Turnbull, Fran R. Peto, Harriet Sharpe, Ruth Herriott, Mary Doupe, Beth Osborne, Eileen McGill, Eleanor Black, and Dot Trigley., Luna Collection ID - 107::UMANITOBALCM::NA, Luna Object ID - 357073, Luna Image ID - 158029
University Relations and Information Office fonds
The University Relations and Information Office was created in 1958 to publicize events at the University of Manitoba through various forms of media. Operating directly under the authority of the President, the Office prepared articles, press releases and public displays. The Office financed Alumni Association activities and publications such as the Alumni Journal. Eventually the Alumni Association assumed the public relations arm for University alumni while internal University news was covered by the Information Office through publication of the bi-monthly newspaper, The Bulletin. In 1960, secretarial staff was added to the Office, and the Public Relations Officer and Information Assistant became the Executive Director of the Alumni Association and Associate Editor of the Alumni Journal, respectively.