File 4-1 - EVENTS/STAFF/BLDGS 1970 NEGS 362-392

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CA UTSC 001-B-4-1




  • 1970 (Creation)

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Binder contains 140 B&W negatives and 32 B&W photographs depicting the graphics department, Toronto's city hall, portraits of humanities and linguistics professor Peter Salus, Prof. Kronberg and his telescope, students attending the first day of classes (both interior and exterior shots), students in the H-Wing patio, a rock group performance in the Meeting Place and in the valley, astronomy, hockey, the Quetico Debate, Pat Woodcock, Sue Whitney and Norm Hacking at the Treasure Caravan in the Meeting Place, Scarborough College seen through the Sculpture, chemistry class with Mamiya, and an iguana. Some negatives and photographs have the handwritten labels "Graphics Staff", "City Hall", "Prof. Peter Salus Ling., Humanities", "First day of school Sept. 20, 1970 incl Prof. Phil Kronberg", "Students", "Students in H-Wing Patio", "Rock Group in the Valley", "Astronomy - Eclipse of the Sun", "Hockey - Scarb. Centennial Rink", "Quetico Debate", "Treasure Caravan", "Scarborough College seen through Sculpture", "Chemistry Class (Plu - X - Mamiya)", and "Iguana (Mamiya Tri-X)". Some photographs are labeled "MLC", and "LC".

Athletics; Science and Technology; Buildings - Exteriors; Buildings - Interiors; Events - Performances; Faculty and Staff - General; Faculty and Staff - Teaching; Grounds - Campus Views; Portraits - Faculty and Staff; Students - General; Architecture; Athletics and recreation; Chemistry program; Computers and technology; Events - Performances; Faculty; Highland Creek Valley (ONT); Hockey; Humanities Wing; Laboratories; Lectures; Meeting Place; Performances; Professors; Scarborough College; Sculpture; Students; Students and teachers; Students - - Athletics and recreation; University Buildings; University of Toronto. Scarborough Campus.

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