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Main Quad, Pembina Hall

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This panorama was taken outside of Pembina Hall. This building was built in 1914 and is one of the University of Alberta's oldest historical buildings. Today, it is the home of the School of Native Studies.

Pembina was originally an all-purpose building and student residence. It was the first building on campus to be made with a steel and concrete frame. UAlberta had hoped to use local stone for the structure, and Ualberta professor of architecture Cecil Scott Burgess travelled about 100km west to see if stone from Pembina River might be suitable. The stone was not suited to construction but the casual label "Pembina stone" on the plans stuck with the building, nonetheless.

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A: Pembina, NSSA Office Space

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Pembina, NSSA Office Space

B: Pembina Hall, Lobby

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Pembina Hall, Lobby

C: Pembina Hall, Gathering Place

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Gathering Place, inside Pembina Hall, is a student space for the School of Native Studies at the Univ...

Pembina Hall, Gathering Place

D: Pembina Hall, Reading Room

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This panorama was taken inside the Faculty of Native Studies Strynadka/Brady Reading Room inside Pemb...

Pembina Hall, Reading Room

E: Alumni Walk

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This panorama was taken on the North Campus of the University of Alberta. This image shows Alumni Wal...

Alumni Walk

F: Main Quad in Winter

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This panorama was taken after a snowy day in Main Quad on the University of Alberta North Campus. A n...

Main Quad in Winter

G: Computing Science & Pembina Hall

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This panorama was taken on the North Campus of the University of Alberta, on a path just off of the m...

Computing Science & Pembina Hall

H: SUB, Main Floor Hallway

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This panorama was taken inside the Students' Union Building (SUB) on the North Campus of the Universi...

SUB, Main Floor Hallway

I: Main Quad in Autumn

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This panorama was taken on September 30, 2011 on the North Campus of the University of Alberta in Qua...

Main Quad in Autumn

J: SUB Basement, East

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This panorama was taken in the basement of the Students' Union Building on the North Campus of the Un...

SUB Basement, East



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