Seneca Turns 50

Images from the Archives: 50 Years of Seneca, is a curated collection of images spanning 50 years of Seneca’s history, from 1967 to present day.1 This project was conceived and developed by Archivists and Librarians working with Seneca Libraries, and was sourced from Seneca's Archives, the Library’s archival repository, located at Markham Campus.

Images from the Archives was curated, designed, and populated by Sean Hayes (Archivist), Lydia Tsai (Metadata Librarian), and Elizabeth Steward (Technician). This project has been gratefully supported with the assistance of Information Technology Services (ITS), with project management by Dival Saunders. For more information on project development credits please visit the about section of the site.

If you have concerns about the accuracy of any of the descriptions, or if you would like to provide additional context, it would be a pleasure to receive your input. Email the Archivist directly at Please give as much detail in your email as you can about which item, specifics of your concern, etc.

1. Revision: As Seneca passes its 50th anniversary, this resource will be maintained for historical relevance and will not be updated.