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UBC Reports | Vol. 48 | No. 9 | July 4, 2002

Time Piece 1937

UBC has always had its share of sacred cows, but was there ever really a time when cows were allowed to graze freely along the Main Mall in front of the old library? At first glance, this photo dated sometime around 1937 seems to suggest they did. But if you take another look, you may discover as we did that someone was using the 1930's version of PhotoShop to create a composite. What we still don't know is why. If you have any information that might help us solve this bovine mystery we'd like to hear from you. We'll accept all explanations from the inspired to the ridiculous and share the best with you next issue.


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