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  • Used for audio cartridges, audio cassettes, audio compact discs, audio reels, wire recording, cylinder recording, and instrument rolls. Term can also be used for digital sound files such as mp3, wav or mp4 formats.

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Interviews

This series contains transcribed and recorded interviews with scholars, researchers, and educators affiliated with the Institute for Child Study, including interviews carried out by Jocelyn Motyer Raymond. The interviews cover a variety of topics including the work of Dr. William Blatz, the custody of the Dionne quintuplets at the ICS, and conversations with students about work and play.

Jocelyn Motyer Raymond fonds

  • CA OTUED 9
  • Fonds
  • [1954-1990?] (predominant 1954-1980)

This fonds consists of a variety of materials created during and regarding Jocelyn Motyer Raymond's career at the Institute for Child Study (ICS). This includes recorded and transcribed interviews with leaders in the field of child study, photographic prints depicting ICS life and study captured by photographers from The Globe and Mail, and personal records and research documents.

Raymond, Jocelyn Motyer

Stephen Clarkson fonds

  • UTA 1148
  • Fonds
  • 1937-2018, predominant 1959-2015

Personal records of Professor Stephen Clarkson, documenting his career as a political scientist, writer, teacher, and his early political career in municipal politics and with the Liberal Party of Canada and Ontario. Records in this fonds document the entirety of Clarkson's life and career. Records include biographical information (CV's, activity reports, honours), personal and professional correspondence, and files related to his early education and the writing of his Ph.D. thesis.

Series 3 to 13 consist of records documenting Clarkson's several books and his extensive research and writings over the course of his career. Joint projects and research with Christina McCall including original records by her can be found in some these series as well, specifically the research and writing of Trudeau and Our Times (Series 2) and research on Canadian Federal politics (Series 13).

Series 14 to 18, document Clarkson's teaching activities and his career within the University of Toronto's Department of Political Science.

Series 19 to 22 document his political roles within the Liberal party, his run for Toronto Mayor in 1969 and as well as his social activism.

This fonds also includes Liberal Party of Canada policy documents (1966-1976) belonging to Allen Linden that were given to Clarkson either because he took over as chair of the policy committee or collected as a primary resource for his research on the Liberal Party.

Accession B2019-0003 was an accrual acquired from his spouse Nora Clarkson following his death, and consists of files from his home office and laptop computer.

Accession B2023-0008 (1 box, 1975-2000) is an accrual of further personal records consisting of his journal and notes about his marriage to Christina McCall.

Clarkson, Stephen

Friedland 1998 accession

Records documenting the life of Martin L. Friedland, as a student, professor of law and administrator at the University of Toronto; as an expert on legal matters and a contributor to the formation of public policy at the provincial and federal levels; and as an author of sixteen books and numerous articles. Also personal records of William Paul McClure Kennedy, professor of law.

Included in this accession is correspondence, certificates and diplomas, diaries, course and lecture notes, memoranda, minutes of meetings, notes, research material, manuscripts, transcripts of oral history interviews, audiotapes, radio scripts, book reviews, books, pamphlets, reports, press clippings, photographs and maps.

Martin L. Friedland personal records

Records documenting the life of Martin L. Friedland, as a student, professor of law and administrator at the University of Toronto; as an expert on legal matters and a contributor to the formation of public policy at the provincial and federal levels; and as an author of sixteen books and numerous articles.

Included in this accession is correspondence, certificates and diplomas, diaries, course and lecture notes, memoranda, minutes of meetings, notes, research material, manuscripts, transcripts of oral history interviews, audiotapes, radio scripts, book reviews, books, pamphlets, reports, press clippings, photographs and maps.

J.M. Beattie fonds

  • UTA 1110
  • Fonds
  • 1952-2017

Fonds consists of records encompassing the personal and professional activities of J.M. (John Maurice) Beattie as a British legal historian of the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries in the Department of History and the Centre for Criminology at the University of Toronto. Includes personal and professional correspondence with family, colleagues, and students; drafts and research for his PhD thesis "The English Court in the Reign of George I" (University of Cambridge, 1963); syllabi and lecture notes for courses taught on British legal and criminal history; texts of his presentations and talks; research notes and drafts of books and articles, in particular his final two books Policing and Punishment in London 1660-1750: Urban Crime and the Limits of Terror (2001) and The First English Detectives: The Bow Street Runners and the Policing of London, 1750-1840 (2012); and files pertaining to his employment at the U of T and participation on committees within University College, the Department of History, and the Centre for Criminology.

Beattie, J.M.

Presentations and talks

This series documents Beattie's conference presentations and public lectures. It covers a range of topics, including his books, Crime and the Courts, Policing and Punishment in London 1660-1750, and Bow Street Runners. His talks also delve into various research interests more generally, such as women and crime, early policing history, urban crime, the development of prisons (with a focus on the Kingston Penitentiary), the history of penal transportation, and the relationship between crime, economics, and society. There is a folder of digital word processing files of Beattie’s talks from 1999-2013. Also included is a video of Beattie delivering the 2006 Lansdowne Lecture at the University of Victoria and three audio cassette tape recordings of lectures delivered by Beattie, ca. 1992-1993.

Personal and biographical

This series consists of personal and biographical items from J. M. Beattie, in particular, Beattie’s personal letters to his wife Susan, from 1957-1986. Some of the letters are addressed "Dear Susan and R.A.K.," an acronym representing their children, Roger, Allison, and Katherine. The letters primarily cover topics related to family life, such as living arrangements, their children's education, and updates about other family members and friends, as well as his students and research endeavours.

Digital files include a typescript of his father’s diary from the First World War, speeches from family gatherings, and a copy of a memorial website made by his family following his death. Also included are a digital video of his speech at his son Roger’s wedding (2015) and 2 audio sound recordings: a discussion about his early life with granddaughter Natalie (2016) and a discussion with daughter Allison Beattie about the evolution of universities (2016).

J.M. Beattie discusses his early life

Discussion between J.M. Beattie and his granddaughter Natalie Simpson. Natalie interviewed her grandfather about his early life and how he ended up a historian in Toronto from his start as a boy in WWII in a small town outside Newcastle (UK) via California. He uses the idea of luck to chart this path and says he benefitted from luck in four specific ways.

David Young Papers

  • CA OTUTF MS COLL 00378 (Downsview Offsite)
  • Accession
  • [1968]-ongoing
  • Part of David Young Papers

Collection consists of manuscripts edited by David Young by others such as Michael Ondaatje (Anil's Ghost); Margaret Atwood (Alias Grace); Kathy Acker (Blood and Guts in High School); draft manuscripts for Young's books, television, film and theatre scripts; background material for projects; personal and business correspondence; schoolwork and other personal papers, audio cassettes, financial information, posters and other ephemera from various productions of Young's work.

Beth Follett Papers

  • Manuscript Collection
  • 1960-2020

Including manuscripts, proofs and correspondence – related to Follett’s small press imprint, Pedlar Press, which she founded in 1997. It also includes manuscript drafts for Follett’s first published novel, Tell it Slant (Toronto: Coach House Press, 2001), as well as other professional and personal material relating to the life and work of Beth Follett.

Follett, Beth

Beth Follett Papers

  • CA OTUTF MS COLL 00653
  • Accession
  • 1990-2012 (predominately: 1996-2011)
  • Part of Beth Follett Papers

This second accession of work contains manuscripts, drafts, proofs, correspondence, reviews and other material related to Pedlar Press and the life and work of Beth Follett.

Bata Shoe Company Papers

Contains VHS, Beta U-Matic cassette tapes; 8mm, 16mm and 35mm film reels and audio cassette tapes. The content of the recordings ranges widely and includes: recordings of speeches and conferences; media interviews and news spotlights featuring the company, Thomas J. Bata and/or Sonja Bata; Bata company promotional videos (including commercials and advertising spots); company-related historical highlights (complied by Bata employees); and HR and Technical department training videos, among other subjects.

Amir Hassanpour fonds

  • UTA 1372
  • Fonds
  • 1920 - 2017

Fonds consists of records documenting the professional and personal life of Prof. Hassanpour, Kurdish-Iranian Marxist scholar and Professor at UofT’s Department of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations. Material reflects key areas of Prof. Hassanpour’s research, most significantly Kurdish history and culture; the history of political movements, grassroots organization, and class struggle in Iran, Iraq and Turkey; and communication theory and sociolinguistics. Material includes correspondence with colleagues and scholars internationally, documentation of research with particular focus on Prof. Hassanpour’s dissertation and his Peasant Movement Project, records relating to conference presentations, interviews, and teaching, as well as his publishing activity.

Prof. Hassanpour was deeply invested in the preservation of Kurdish oral, visual, and textual documentary heritage as a response to the historical state suppression of cultural-political struggle of Kurdish people. Reflected in records throughout the fonds is Prof. Hassanpour’s work in pursuing the establishment of Kurdish Studies as a discipline, his work editing journals related to Kurdistan, and his effort in exposing and circulating books on Kurdish Studies to libraries and research institutions internationally. Prof. Hassanpour also actively collected and preserved Kurdish texts, dailies, and visual materials. This material is included in Series 9 (Reference material) and through bibliographic and audio material held in other repositories at the University of Toronto Libraries (please see the related material note below).

Hassanpour, Amir

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