Series 4 - Administrative and professional records

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UTA 1289-B1995-0044-2-4

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Administrative and professional records

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  • 1944-1966 (Creation)

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0.17 m of textual records

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(1899-1994)

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The first part of this series contains files documenting Frieda's employment at the University of Toronto and her administrative duties, especially in the School of Hygiene. Included are files on the Committee on Antigens (1944-1952); minutes of the councils of the Schools of Hygiene and Nursing (1956-1966); course outlines and curriculum revisions for the School of Hygiene, including annual refresher courses in the 1960s, and the Department of Preventive Medicine (1962-1966); and the Royal Commission on Health Services, for which the School of Hygiene prepared a brief in 1961.

The second part consists of files on professional activities. They document her work with the Canadian Joint Services Penicillin Committee (1944-1947) and the Canadian Association of Medical Bacteriologists (1958). There are also notes and scripts for the "Here's Your Health" and "Science a la Mode" programs on CBC radio in 1946.

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B1995-0044/013(01)-(18)

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B1995-0044/014(01)-(06)

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