In the early 1900s, Concordia students regarded their autograph books as prized possessions. In many cases a great deal of time was spent on entries from friends, family and teachers. Pages were carefully filled with artworks, calligraphy, poetry and sometimes jokes and ditties. The college has a collection of these autograph books on display in the Heritage Centre, which you are welcome to view. Just contact the Alumni Manager, Sue Spry, if you’d like to see them.