Talented workers in research field paid high honors
The Globe (Toronto, Ont.)
Nov. 27 1923
1 column ; 33 x 32 cm.
Item is a newspaper clipping consisting of a 1 column article and 1 photograph showing F. G. Banting, J. J. R. Macleod, C. H. Best and other men seated at a table. Photograph headline reads: 'University Honors Men Whose Achievements Have Honored It.' Subheadings to article read: 'Drs. Banting and Macleod are Guests at Distinguished Gathering. Degrees are Conferred.'
MS. COLL 76 (Banting) Scrapbook 1, Box 1, Page 59
Title taken from headline.
The men sitting at the Head Table are J. J.R. Maclead, F. G. Banting, Sir Edmund Walker, Canon Cody, Sir William Mulock, C. H. Best, the Hon. W. F. Nickle, Dean Primrose, and Albert E. Gooderham.
The reception was held at Hart House.
This is one of the few photographs in which more than two of the co-discoverers of insulin are pictured together.
Macleod, J. J. R. (John James Rickard), 1876-1935Banting, Frederick Grant, Sir, 1891-1941Best, Charles Herbert, 1899-