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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO HART HOUSE Dinner at Hart House, honouring Dr, FREDERICK BANITING AND DR, J.J.R, MCLEOD, WHO SHARED THE NOBEL PRIZE FOR MEDICAL SCIENCES, 1923. [Right to left, those at the Head Table include: Professor James McLeod (mustache), Sir Edmund Walker, Chancellor; Canon Cody, Chairman of the Board of Governors; Dr. Frederick Banting; Sir William Mulock, Chief Justice; C.H. Best; Hon. W.F. Nickie, Attorney-General; Dean Primrose; and Albert E. Gooderham. Others not identified.] The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO HART HOUSE Dinner at Hart House, honouring Dr, FREDERICK BANITING AND DR, J.J.R, MCLEOD, WHO SHARED THE NOBEL PRIZE FOR MEDICAL SCIENCES, 1923. [Right to left, those at the Head Table include: Professor James McLeod (mustache), Sir Edmund Walker, Chancellor; Canon Cody, Chairman of the Board of Governors; Dr. Frederick Banting; Sir William Mulock, Chief Justice; C.H. Best; Hon. W.F. Nickie, Attorney-General; Dean Primrose; and Albert E. Gooderham. Others not identified.]November 26, 1923,JOHN BOYD transparent
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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO HART HOUSE Dinner at Hart House, honouring Dr, FREDERICK BANITING AND DR, J.J.R, MCLEOD, WHO SHARED THE NOBEL PRIZE FOR MEDICAL SCIENCES, 1923. [Right to left, those at the Head Table include: Professor James McLeod (mustache), Sir Edmund Walker, Chancellor; Canon Cody, Chairman of the Board of Governors; Dr. Frederick Banting; Sir William Mulock, Chief Justice; C.H. Best; Hon. W.F. Nickie, Attorney-General; Dean Primrose; and Albert E. Gooderham. Others not identified.]
JOHN BOYD / The Globe and Mail
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