Union College

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Corporate body

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Union College

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        Dates of existence

        1927-1971

        History

        Union College was created in 1927 through an amalgamation of Ryerson College and Westminster Hall. Union College was located on the UBC campus and continued to provide theological training until 1971, when it amalgamated with the Anglican Theological College. The principals of Union College were J.G. Brown (1927-1948) and William S. Taylor (1948-1971).

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        Related entity

        Westminster Hall (1907-1927)

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        Category of relationship

        temporal

        Dates of relationship

        1907-1927

        Description of relationship

        Westminster Hall amalgamated in 1927 with Ryerson College and Congregational College of British Columbia, to form Union College.

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        AffB 10

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        United Church of Canada British Columbia Conference Archives

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        Final

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        Full

        Dates of creation, revision and deletion

        Revised August 4, 2011

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        • English

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