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University of Toronto. Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering

Files of the Deans and Faculty, including some personal records of William Hodgson Ellis, Charles Hamilton Mitchell, Clarence Richard Young, Roland Rusk McLaughlin, William Stewart Wilson and Herbert Edward Yarrick (1873-1961); brief history, annual reports, functional plan and other documents including photographs (1945-1949); minutes of committees (1906-1925); examination results (1878-1884); programmes and records relating to special events, including dinners and the Wallberg Lecture; watercolour of Murray Bay Golf Course by Daniel Wilson, n.d.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. Office of the Dean

Consists of subject files, including: files on grants from Ford and McAllister Foundations (1963-1971); other research grant files (1946-1960); files on Engineering Society; School of Engineering Research, Committee of Management (1938-1946); files on finances and constitution of Faculty of Applied Science Athletic Association (1939-1961); as well as financial estimates.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering

Minutes of the Board and Council of the School of Practical Science (1878- 1906); minutes of Faculty Council (1906-1971); reports of committees (1919-1971); letterbooks (1879-1907); minutes and reports of the School of Engineering Research Committee of Management (1917-1962) and report (1938-1962); examination book (1879-1901); student register (1880-1910); diploma record (1881-1911).

University of Toronto. Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering

Consists of student registration cards for those registered in the Bachelor of Applied Science program (1892-1915), and the Diploma program (1884-1912). The accession also consists of registration cards for students enrolled in special programs (1884-1903), and for those who never completed their studies (1885-1911). Each registration card includes a student name, their years of attendance, and their program focus/major. Some cards indicate classes taken and reasons for not completing the program.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. Office of the Dean

Box 1. Faculty Council correspondence (1981-1988) , agenda and minutes (1983-1990); Executive Committee correspondence (1979-1989), Box 2 Executive Committee agenda and minutes (1983-1989), Committee on Teaching Methods and Resources correspondence (1972-1986), Box 3. Committee on Teaching Methods and Resources agenda and minutes (1973-1989), teaching evaluation (1978-1988), Procedures for Standing Committees (1973-1989) and engineering case studies (1973-1975)

University of Toronto. Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering

Photo albums, lantern slides and loose photographs mainly of bridges, as well as other engineering feats such as dams, irrigation systems, tunnels and canals. Images are mainly from North America and Europe and were probably amassed as a lecturing tool for civil engineering students. There is some evidence that the collection may have been originally created and used by C.R. Wright.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering

Ledgers recording the attendance (with some marks) of students enrolled in the thermodynamics laboratory in the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, principally mining and electrical engineering students but also including students in mechanical, chemical, civil, and metallurgical engineering.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. Office of the Registrar

This accession contains student transcript cards from the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. It appears to be a continuation of the records received in A2015-0024. The transcript cards arrived in poor condition, and not in alphabetical order. Some rearranging has been done in order to regain alphabetical order.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering

Consists of subject files from the Office of the Dean, regarding academic and administrative divisions, committees, councils, non-faculty organizations, Engineering Society, space and facilities, and personnel, as well as Dean Ham's personal files (1951-1976). Also included are student photographs (1928-1929).

University of Toronto. Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering

Records for the Office of the Dean: administrative and subject files including records relating to promotions, 1981-1988; Correspondence with Dept. chairs, Institute directors, senior university administrators, 1985-1987; Dean Slemon and Heinke files, 1978-1988; Budget files, 1975-1980; Annual Reports, 1975-1981; Date files and committee files, 1971-1984; Council proceedings and documents,vols 1 to 42, 1921 to 1963; Engineering Society papers 1885-1902; Examination questions, 1971-1986 ; photographs include Walter Shanly; sketch of W.J. Graham.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. Office of the Dean

Appointment diaries (1974-1977), Date files (correspondence in chronological order) (1963-1979); Date files of Associate Dean (1970-1976). Subject files relating to task forces, capital projects, personnel policies, faculties and schools, and other administrative matters (1966-1982).

University of Toronto. Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering

Records relating to the Engineering Society, the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering and the School of Practical Science. Includes copies of annual banquet programmes for 1900, 1913 and 1922; correspondence and reports of various deans such as C.R.Young, James Ham and John Galbraith (1909, 1945,1967).

University of Toronto. Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering

Account books, ledgers, and journals documenting financial matters, including the payment of student fees, for the School of Practical Science (1878 – 1906) and the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. Also included are lists of books and equipment purchased and a list of students (1884 – 1885).

University of Toronto. Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering

Files relating to the University's Subcritical Reactor; international patents of Dr. Ralph K. Iler and E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. Inc., and related journal articles by Dr. Iler; laboratory notes and reports, experiment results, class notes and instructional pamphlets from students Charles Joseph Townsend, John Edwin Jackson and Frank Wallace Elliott (includes drawings, blueprints and photographs); drawing and lettering assignments, prints and one photograph from student Havelock Cameron Graham; reports of the Faculty and the Engineering Society; 1967 Open House Programme and 1973 Open House scrapbook; student residence information folder including the SR's Bulletin.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. Office of the Dean

Operational subject files from the Office of the Dean, regarding committees, task forces, policy development, academic and administrative divisions, student organizations, other colleges and universities, provincial and national organizations, international and industrial organizations, outreach and extension, budget and estimates, trust funds, space and facilities.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. Office of the Dean

Administrative subject files containing correspondence, reports, minutes, statements relating to such topics as Dept. of Mining Engineering, 150th Anniversary celebrations, Transport Studies, "Ford Foundation Grant 1963- 1968", Faculty of Forestry, School of Graduate Studies, Institute of Environmental Sciences and Engineering; correspondence with senior administrators such as President, Vice-president and Provost.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. Office of the Dean

This accession from the Faculty of Applied Science (FASE) and Engineering's Office of the Dean contains council minutes and reports, council proceedings and documents, special committee meeting material, Standing Committees of Council reports and minutes, some engineering building records, miscellaneous correspondence with UT Physical Plant Department, and some early material related to the Engineering Society.