- ca. 1926-1928
Image depicts ten women on the front steps of the dormitory, part of the Fraser Cabin.
Image depicts ten women on the front steps of the dormitory, part of the Fraser Cabin.
Image depicts Alfred Lucht "Flash" and Edwin Regal eating in the cafeteria.
Image depicts students facing the camera and sitting at desks in a classroom located at the Caledonian Temperance Hotel.
Image depicts the Concordia puckster goalie, D. Schultz, on the ice in front of a hockey net.
Image depicts the interior of a dormitory room, with a bed on the right and a dresser on the left.
Image depicts three boys with a wagon in the winter. Edward (Teddy) G. Pearce in wagon, Otto Schultz on the right, and Carl Beiderweiden on the left.
Image depicts George Rode (center) and four classmates in suits, posed for a group photo on the front lawn of Concordia.
Image depicts the Concordia Platoon. Front row, left to right: Carl Schutz, Val Rithler, Alfred Lucht, Walter Miller, John Armbuster, Richard Schultz; Second row: Herman Baron, Birt Krueger, Bill Knipp, Fred Stark, Arthur Hoffoman; Third row: Alfred Stefani, Norman Eifert, Aldred Reinholz, Ejvind Neilsen, Waldeman Dressler, Henry Kuring; Fourth row: Victor Kuring, Donald Thomas, John H. Ulmwer, Edwin Regal, Willard Eifert; back row: Arnold Dyke, Vaughan Johnson, George Rode, Simon Mair.
Image depicts (left to right) George Rode, Mrs. Schwermann and Fred Stark standing together, with other people and cars in the background.
Image depicts four soldiers standing in front of a building at Concordia. Left to right: Arnold Dyke, Carl Schultz, Val Rithler, Donald Kulak.
Image depicts the side of an airplane with a star on the tail, and people in front and behind the airplane.
Image depicts eight students using books in the library located in Schwermann Hall.
Image depicts students with hockey sticks standing on the ice of the hockey rink next to Concordia's Caledonian Temperance Hotel location.
Image depicts Frank Koehler, Carl Henning, Albert and Louis Plunz, Bernard Hyatt making a tower by kneeling on each-other's backs on the lawn in front of a Concordia building.
Image depicts the construction of Concordia and two lattice work towers. Construction done by the Poole Construction Company, Contractors and Builders.
500 years of Reformation event held by the Canadian Centre for Scholarship and the Christian Faith and Concordia University of Edmonton.
Poster reads: "NMUN Canada Banff 2017 in partnership with Concordia University of Edmonton Information Package."
Image depicts tables and chairs in the basement lounge area after the 2014 renovations.
Image depicts 6 study tables, couches in the background, and plants in the study area, as part of the 2012 study areas in the library.
Image depicts a section of the 2012 study areas in the library. Behind the reference collection on the main floor are a row of tables along the wall, and a person studying at the end.
Image depicts two book displays on the main floor of the library as part of the 2010 room layouts.
Image depicts part of the 2009 study areas. There are study tables for silent individual study, with a window on the left side of the back wall and two windows on the right side of the back wall.
Image depicts part of the 2009 study areas in the library. The image depicts a white library display shelving unit with books, and a hallway on the right.
Image depicts the circulation desk on the right of the frame, and the holds shelf on the left across from the desk.
Image depicts the information desk in front of a row of office windows. The sign to the Psychology Department is on the wall to the right of the desk.
Image depicts the computer stations in the main floor computer lab.
Image depicts two periodical shelves in front of the windows of the Alcove as part of the 2009 room layouts in the library.
Image depicts the 2008 third floor curriculum shelving installation. The image depicts a pile of shelving frames on a cart in front of frames standing upright, and study desks and chairs pushed to the side.
Image depicts the mezzanine 2007 room layout. Image depicts students using the individual study tables along the back wall of the mezzanine.
Image depicts a person using one of the four tables in the alcove. There are three pictures hanging on the left wall and four windows on the right wall.
Image depicts the room layout of the main floor with three microfiche readers at desks, and the front door is visible in the background.
Image depicts the interior of Schwermann Hall's front door, looking down from the top of the stairs.
Image depicts the exterior street view south down 71st street NW, with the seminary at the end of the street.
Image depicts a student, wearing jeans and a green shirt, playing guitar in the south stairwell in the interior of the library building.
Image depicts three students walking up the south stairwell of the interior of the library building. The student on the right side wearing a blue vest, and the student in the middle wearing a green shirt, are both looking at the student on the left side.
Image depicts a student wearing a black sweater studying in the main floor reference area.
Image depicts the freshwater biology 1991, 1992-1993, 1994 and 1995 boxes in the main floor periodical collection.
Image depicts a desk with a computer and a chair, with book shelves from the references collection on the left and right side of the frame.
Image depicts the parking lot and street in front and beside the library during the Library expansion contruction. A pink, blue, green, and orange metal tree is at the bottom of the frame.
Image depicts two people studying at one table in the centre of the Guild Hall location of the library, and a person studying at a table by the stacks on the left of the room. There is a table with books in the bottom right corner of the frame.
Image depicts a newspaper clipping of the Arnold Guebert library dedication with the headline "Arnold Guebert Library expansion dedicated at fall convocation."
Aerial depicts Concordia's campus from the south east side. Wayne Gretsky Drive is visible on the right side of the frame. Schwermann Hall and Ada Boulevard is visible in the bottom of the frame. The Bellevue community centre and baseball diamonds are visible in the top left corner of the frame.
Aerial depicts a view of campus from the Southeast side. Wayne Gretsky Drive is visible in the bottom right corner of the frame. Schwermann Hall and Ada Boulevard are in the bottom of the frame. The top right corner of the frame depicts the Bellevue community centre, baseball diamonds, and parking lots. The top left corner of the frame depicts the trees of Borden Park, and the neighbourhoods along 112th Ave.
Image depicts West side of Library Building in the background, and the west side of the Alberta British Columbia District Building. In the forefront of the frame are three students sitting at a picnic table.
Image depicts 11 unknown persons gathered on main floor of library, standing in a line and each holding up unknown documents while posing for a picture.
Launching of a new novel by Frank Kobie. Pyramid of Greed. The Book Launch took place on Tuesday, April 20, 2004 at the Arnold Guebert Library at Concordia University College of Alberta, from 4:00 – 5:30 p.m.
Article published by the Beverly Page.
Poster includes information about an informal meet and greet with Concordia's first Chancellor, Honourable Allan H. Wachowich.
Support Staff Retreat. Where: Handle Park (Handle Family Centre). When: July 22nd 9am-4pm What: Fun, Food, and Relaxation
Poster includes the event activities led by students and staff. Staff includes Dr. Brent Bradford and Brett Farquharson.
From Megadeth to Megalife held by the Canadian Centre for Scholarship and the Christian Faith and Concordia University of Edmonton.
Presenter is Dr. Conrad van Dyke.
Poster provides information about the Concordia Symphony Orchestra's Inspirations, conducted by David Hoyt.
"Register for your L-Pass from the library website to access the Globe and Mail and many other newspapers. You will have free access to all that EPL offers! Ask at the service desk for assistance."
Is the Atheist my neighbor is held by the Canadian Centre for Scholarship and the Christian Faith and Concordia University of Edmonton.
Poster includes schedule information including a welcome from Dr. Gerald Krispin.
Image depicts Simon Maier, Vicker Kurhg, and Edwin Regal washing dishes.
Image depicts an unidentified student in a uniform getting on a bus.
Image depicts the skating rink in the foreground, with Schwermann Hall on the right, and Founders Hall on the left.
Image depicts six students looking out of the bus windows and door, parked in front of a church during the choir trip to Mellowdale.
Image depicts a crowd gathered on the front lawn for the Concordia dedication and official opening of Schwermann Hall.
Image depicts John E. Herzer, founder, pastor, and professor from 1943-1956. Houses visible in the background.
Image depicts high school students on the steps of Schwermann Hall. Left to right: Hilda Wildgrube, Naomi Henning, Marion Balcombe, Irene Kinzel, Laura Kimack, Adelia Bellefer, Rose Adomeit, Ruth Ohlinger, Esther Stieler.
Image depicts the girl's sports team sitting on the lawn with the coach standing behind them. Concordia buildings and other groups of people are behind the team.
Image depicts the rooftop of Schwermann Hall and the side Founders Hall, looking east at the river valley in the background.
Image depicts a graduating class grouped in front of Schwermann Hall.
Image depicts the members of the "1, 2, 3, 4 Band" on stage.
Image depicts three men cleaning a room in the men's dormitory, making a bed and cleaning the floor with a mop and broom.
Image depicts a man in a uniform standing on the steps of Schwermann Hall.
Image depicts a man in a uniform sitting on the steps of a house and smiling at the camera.
Image depicts Professor Baepler with the Concordia Octet, led by Albert Plunz, on the front steps of Schwermann Hall.
Image depicts a man on stage at a podium, with an audience including a piano player looking at him from their seats.
Poster provides information about meeting with faculty and staff hosted by President Tim Loreman.