Anne Innis Dagg fonds

The Anne Innis Dagg fonds consists of the personal papers of Anne Innis Dagg. A Canadian biologist, researcher and writer known for her work related to topics including giraffes, Canadian wild life, and gender-based equity issues in academia, Dagg completed a PhD examining gaits and their development in Infraorder Pecora at the University of Waterloo in 1967, and has been affiliated with the school in various capacities since that time.


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Quebec zoo antilocapra
Quebec zoo antilocapra
Title is from the verso of the photograph
Quebec zoo bison
Quebec zoo bison
Title is from the verso of the photograph
Quebec zoo camels
Quebec zoo camels
Title is from the verso of the photograph
Quebec zoo elk?
Quebec zoo elk?
Title is from the verso of the photograph
Quebec zoo flamingoes
Quebec zoo flamingoes
Title is from the verso of the photograph, Nisga'a carved Eagle's Nest totem pole, purchased by Le Jardin Zoologique du Quebec in 1932, visible at right.
Quebec zoo llamas
Quebec zoo llamas
Title is from the verso of the photograph
Quebec zoo llamas
Quebec zoo llamas
Title is from the verso of the photograph
Quebec zoo seals
Quebec zoo seals
Title is from the verso of the photograph
Spanish moss on trees in nature reserve, Grahamstown
Spanish moss on trees in nature reserve, Grahamstown
Title is from the verso of the photograph

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