- [193-]-1966 (Creation)
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2.2 cm of textual records.
6 photographs : b&w.
1 board game.
Name of creator
Daniel E. Bender, born in 1973, is the Canada Research Chair in Cultural History and Analysis and a professor of history at the University of Toronto Scarborough (Toronto, ON). He is the author or editor of three books: Sweatshop USA: The American Sweatshop in Global an Historical Perspective (edited, 2003), Sweated Work, Weak Bodies: Anti-Sweatshop Campaigns and Languages of Labor (2004), and American Abyss: Savagery and Civilization in the Age of Industry (2009).
His articles have appeared in International Labor and Working-Class History, Radical History Review, Journal of Women's History, American Studies, and Journal of Social History.
He is currently working on a book length and digital project on the histories of zoos and the American empire, entitled "Animal Empire: Zoos and the American Exotic." He is the recipient of the UTSC Principal's Research Award (2009).
At UTSC, he teaches classes in American, food, and animal history and in the Intersections, Exchanges, and Encounters program.
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1. Frank Buck
2. Chimpanzee performance
3. Zoo Architecture and display
4. Miscellaneous printed materials.
5. Zoo photographs
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Citation of the material should include the following elements:
University of Toronto Scarborough Library, Archives & Special Collections, Fonds/Collection title, Series Name - Box # File # - Item # (if applicable).
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- Buck, Frank. (Subject)