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General files

Series consists of more than 16 000 letters received by Henri Nouwen between 1964 and 1997. Some files include photographs and other printed material sent to Nouwen as enclosures. In some instances, a copy of Nouwen's typed letter of reply is also included in the file.

Programs

Series consists of miscellaneous programs, predominantly for concerts that took place in Toronto.

Memorabilia

Series contains three-dimensional memorabilia objects, including three glass plate negatives from Kathleen Parlow's time in Petersburg; three framed photographs of Parlow's parents[?]; two metal stamps of Parlow with her violin; two framed photographs of Parlow (one as a young child); the National Award in Music medal from the University of Alberta; a family photo album, including a family tree; and an Edison cylinder record of Parlow playing Nocturne, Op. 9, no. 2 in E-flat Major by Chopin (recorded 1913).

The photographs included in the family album are listed at the front of the album and transcribed here:
1 - Uncle James Hamilton
2 and 3 - Mr. and Mrs. Allan (St. John)
4 - Mrs. Taylor (Allan's daughter)
5 - Nell (Allan's granddaughter)
6 - James Allen
7 - Sisters Allen
8 - Mr. and Mrs. Ross
9 - Mary Jane Sterling (mother's cousin)
10 and 11 - Mr. or Dr. and Mrs. Cooper
12 and 13 - Estabrooks and sister
14 and 15 - "The two Miss Guns"
16 - Uncle Sam
17 - Uncle Johnie
18 - Miss. Everitt
19 - Cousin George
20 and 21 - Rev. and Mrs. Harvey
21 - Annie Howe (niece of Uncle Sam's)
22 - Edgar Thompson
23 and 24 - Deacon and Mrs. Conolly (cousin)
25 and 26 - Mr. and Mrs. Merritt
27 - Major Hartley
28 - Mrs. Twee[...?] (minister's wife)
29 - Mr. Good
30 - Rev. Blakeney
31 - Mrs. Jones
32 - Baby Estabrooks
33 - Mr. Taylor
34 - Nell Taylor
35 - Boardman Wheeler
36 - James Hamilton (uncle)
37 - Cousin George
38 - Minnie Wheeler
39 and 40 - Father and Mother
41 - Miss. Conolly
42 - Mr. Broderick (Auntie Hamilton's brother-in-law)
43 and 44 - Mr. and Mrs. James Wheeler
45 and 46 - Mr. and Mrs. Roberts
47 - another Miss. Conolly
48 - Nellie Allan
49 - Dr. Broderick.

Personal records

Series includes various records collected, created, or maintained by Parlow throughout her personal life. Records include dinner menus and programs from events, promotional materials, financial and legal information, obituaries, passports, drivers' licenses, calendar, newspaper or magazine articles by Parlow, professional papers, and obituaries.

Press Records

Series contains material from newspapers and magazines which relate to Kathleen Parlow, her students, and articles written by Parlow. Articles may be cut out, contained in their complete original source, or in scrapbooks. There are also quite a few articles that have been transcribed by hand, in some cases translated from the original language. Some are also typed. Additionally, there is a whole scrap book of articles about her students, and several loose articles about her students, specifically, Gisele MacKenzie (LaFleche).

Concert programmes

Series contains concert programmes dated from 1939-1958. Programmes reflect performances from Kathleen Parlow as well as the performances of the South Mountain String Quartet, Parlow String Quartet, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Canadian Trio, and many of other performers. Concert programmes are from a variety of locations worldwide including the United States, England, Finland, Belgium, Germany, Poland, and many other locations. Programmes are in black and white and colour. Some programmes have gold gilt edges as well as other visually interesting features.

Daybooks

Series consists of Kathleen Parlow's diaries for each year from 1905 until 1960, with the exception of 1924, 1927, and 1955-1957.

Sheet Music

Series contains sheet music created and/or accumulated by Kathleen Parlow.

Addresses

The addresses in this series are ones that are not integrated into the files of material submitted for publication, principally as proceedings of conferences (see Series 5), or into the files on courses Professor Shaw taught at the University of Toronto (see Series 4). The files contain any combination of correspondence, notes, drafts of the addresses and photographs.

Biographical

This series includes a copy of Joseph Shaw’s curriculum vitae (updated as of 2010) as well as other correspondence regarding his professorship at University of Toronto, and awards and recognition he received during his distinguished career as an archaeologist, professor and writer. It also includes certificates and other materials commemorating his years in the army from 1960-62.

The description of these folders has been provided by Professor Shaw. The few photographs have been left with the textual materials with which they are associated

Research files

This series contains material relating to Prof. Olson’s research activities. It includes experiment notes and notes relating to various Olson publications and topics. Research notes have been arranged chronologically.

U of T activities

This series contains material relating to Olson’s tenure as Professor at OISE’s Department of Human Development and Applied Psychology. Included are materials on the McLuhan Center for Culture & Technology (specifically proposals for the Centre and seminar series), course material (lecture notes, reading lists, class schedules, student grades), as well as correspondence discussing the possible separation of OISE from the University of Toronto.

Addresses

This series contains files on addresses delivered by Professor Olson at various educational institutions (including the University of Toronto), to the public meetings and groups, and to professional groups. Included is covering correspondence, notes, drafts of addresses, programmes and associated conference material. The arrangement is chronological.

Manuscripts & publications

This series documents the writing activities of Professor Olson in terms of books authored, edited, and reviewed as well as the publication of papers in scholarly journals. Files contain correspondence, notes, and contracts as well as drafts of articles and chapters and unpublished manuscripts. The arrangement is chronological.

Correspondence

The correspondence in this series consists mainly of Olson’s professional correspondence with his academic colleagues discussing publications, joint projects, addresses, and other industry events and gatherings. The material has been arranged chronologically, and has several recurring correspondents, including: Carl Haywood, Lawrence Erlbaum, Jerome Bruner, Judy Jaeger, I.A Richards, Angela Hildyard, Janet Wilde Astington, Gavriel Salomon, Jean Mandler, Jack Goody, and Rosalind Horowitz.

Personal & biographical

This series contains material relating to Professor Olson’s early schooling at Radville Christian College; his teaching at Western Christian College; and copies of his curriculum vitae. Also present are appointment books, journals, and notebooks reflecting his day-to-day activities, reflections, and ideas as well as some family correspondence with his mother (M.E. Olson), father (W.R. Olson), and brother (Roland Olson).

Correspondence and programs

Series consists of correspondence with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), Canadian Music Centre (CMC), Canada Council, Ontario Arts Council, performers, representatives of performing organizations, friends, and colleagues. The series also contains programs, Polish community activities, press notices and reviews, and notebooks and journals.

Compositions

Series consists of manuscript music and scores for Buczynski's radio music and children's pieces.

1987-1988 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1987-1988 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

1985-1986 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1985-1986 concert season including faculty, student, and guest artists as well as ongoing concert series and faculty ensembles.

1982-1983 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1982-1983 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

1981-1982 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1981-1982 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

1980-1981 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1980-1981 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

1979-1980 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1979-1980 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

1978-1979 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1978-1979 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

1977-1978 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1977-1978 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

1974-1975 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1974-1975 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

1975-1976 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1975-1976 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

1976-1977 concert season

Series consists of recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 1976-1977 concert season, including faculty, student, and guest artists. All recordings were made at the Faculty of Music.

Subject Files

Series is arranged alphabetically and includes files related to a variety of topics including church history, speaking engagements, installations, lectures and conferences attended, budgets, policies, and general administration.

History and Recognition

Series consists of records related to the history and achievements of the Victoria Women’s Association. Materials include books, certificates, guidelines, and general notes.

Events

Series consists of material related to the various events held by the Victoria Women’s Association, including luncheons, memorials, anniversaries, and tributes.

Members and Donor Records

Series consists of records related to the members and donors of the Victoria Women’s Association. Material includes membership books, records of donations, and member information.

Correspondence

Series consists of correspondence related to the Victoria Women's Association, including that of the association’s presidents.

Bursary and Financial Records

Series consists of bursary and financial records related to the Victoria Women’s Association. Materials include financial statements, record books, reports, correspondence, agreements, lists of subscribers, and details on specific funds.

Reports

Series consists of reports from various positions, councils, student unions, and committees within the Victoria Women’s Association, including annual reports.

Governance and Meeting Minutes

Series consists of meeting minutes and agendas for the Victoria Women’s Association, previously named the Barbara Heck Memorial Association, and the Victoria Women’s Residence and Educational Association. Additional material consists of constitutions, by-laws, and duties of the association.

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