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Plan of a Subdivision of part of The University Grounds

This sub-series consists of one plan of survey as bounded by Hoskin Avenue to the south, Bloor Street to the north, and St. George to the west. Devonshire Place runs centre to those properties outlined. Annotations highlight properties currently held by the Monk Centre for International Studies, previously Devonshire House, university residences.

The St. George [Mansions]

This sub-series consists of 7 items: 5 ink on linen drawings for an apartment building at the south-west corner of Harbord and St George Streets, Toronto; 2 blueprint architectural drawings outline changes proposed in 1924 to renovate the building to better serve as a student residence. These changes included the expansion of common areas, and the creation of a chapel on the main floor. These subsequent renovations were envisioned by Darling and Pearson, Architects.

Space Inventory - Area Take-off

This sub-series consists of 48 drawings drawn from several renovation or construction projects. These drawings, generally simple floorplans, were used to generate a space inventory used by the University in scheduling class space, and student residence accommodations.

Alteration to Right-of-Way

This sub-series consists of 3 blueprint survey drawings showing the alterations made to the to the right-of-way running to the north of the athletic field, changing the flow and volume of traffic. Modifications are shown to Varsity Arena in the form of vehicle access at the south end of the arena.

Parking Area

This sub-series consists of 8 items outlining the proposed and constructed parking area off of Devonshire Place.

Alteration to Right-of-Way

This sub-series includes 1 whiteprint survey drawing and is accompanied by an Agreement regarding a mutual right-of-way leading easterly from St. George Street, and is in agreement between the Governors of the University of Toronto and Trinity College, dated 1 August, 1962.

Renovation and Expansion, Royal Ontario Museum

This sub-series consists of 3 whiteprint drawings. The original drawings were prepared by E.G.M. Cape & Company Ltd. The whiteprint sheets bear the approval dates with stamps and signatures of the Director of Physical Plant, University of Toronto, 23 May 78; Trinity College, 24 May 78; and the Project Director, Royal Ontario Museum, 5 June 78.

Dormitory Furniture

This sub-series consists of 4 whiteprint drawings. These prepared drawings show various furniture designs for residence room furnishings.

Landscape Plan, Philosophers' Walk

This sub-series consists of 4 whiteprint drawings. These drawing outline proposed changes to Philosopher's Walk, University of Toronto. Included is a large format undated topographic drawing showing plantings and other details. 2 pieces of correspondence are also included.

Munk Centre for International Studies

These drawings show the original floor plans for Devonshire House, later the Munk Centre for International Studies; completed by the University of Toronto Physical Plant Department, these drawings are titled as 'Fire Safety Alterations.' Includes 'as built' drawings for the entirety of the project. 4 drawings, dated December 5, 1968 are also included for reference.

Academic [Larkin] Building

This sub-series consists of 305 items detailing the design and construction of the Larkin Academic Building. 'As built', or final revision, sets of drawings are included.

Lecture Theatre [G.I.T.]

This sub-series consists of 182 items showing the design and construction of the Lecture theatre attached to the Larkin Academic Building, known as the George Ignatieff Theatre. The 5 electrical `as built' drawings by Crossey Langlois Firman are stamped "Received May 28 1979 CLF."

Centre for Ethics, Larkin Building

18 items : 18 printed drawings. These drawings show possible locations for the construction for the Centre of Ethics. The presentation and concept drawings outline the redevelopment of the second floor of the Larkin Building to include the Centre as well as the possibility of including the Centre in the basement of Trinity College, as an alternative. A later design was built on the second floor of the Larkin Academic Building. All project drawings, including 'as built' drawings, are included.

Residences, St. Hilda's College, 99-113 St. George Street, Toronto

This sub-series consists of 9 items. This set includes floor plans for 99 and 101 and 113 St George Street, and miscellaneous plans which may belong to one of the St George Street houses. Although the architect(s) and dates are not stated, the plans were likely drawn by either Darling & Pearson, or George, Moorhouse & King Architects, Toronto. Gerald Larkin used the architectural firm of George, Moorhouse & King for the design of the home of Mrs P. C. Larkin, May Square, Toronto in 1930.

Northwest Addition, Kirkwood Wing, Residence for St. Hilda's College, Devonshire Place

This sub-series consists of 78 items showing the design and construction of the Kingwood Wing to St. Hilda's College. This set includes a block plan, floor plans and elevations, structural plans, engineering drawings for electrical and mechanical installations, detailed architectural drawings, some previous alterations, interior decoration, and room plans. This series of architectural drawings was signed by the contractor, Anderson-Smythe Limited.

Additions and Alterations to St. Hilda's College, Devonshire Place, Toronto

This sub-series consists of 87 items showing the design and construction of the 1980 addition to St. Hilda's College. Drawings made in winter and spring 1980 are marked "OBSOLETE" due to the fact that they were not drawn in metric scale. Drawing #3A is annotated, "Everything in metric is smaller and costs more - PMK", and "Watch it, its metric". Some of the drawings are labelled in error, "Project No. 715". The structural drawings have been signed by S.M. Wolczyk, RPE, Carruthers & Wallace Ltd, Consulting Structural Engineers, Rexdale. The electrical plans were drawn by T.A. Harshaw, and the mechanical plans by L.M. Bennett both of D.E. McGregor and Associates Ltd, Scarborough. Scope Mechanical Contracting Ltd, Markham, provided a set of "as built" mechanical drawings.

Proposed New Chapel

This sub-series consists of an artist's conceptions for a proposed new chapel for Trinity College, as well as a set of detailed watercolour working drawings.

Plan of proposed subdivision of Trinity College Property

This sub-series consists of one plan of survey showing the proposed subdivision of Trinity College property at the Queen Street West location, 1886. Survey shows lands bounded on the south by Queen Street, on the north by Arthur Street [Dundas], and Crawford Street on the west with the E. O. Bickford property bordering the eastern front. Several proposed properties are outlined on a street grid overlaid on the property.

Plans of Trinity College Grounds

This sub-series consists of one plan of survey showing the east side of the Trinity College Grounds, showing property lines, fences, the location of the Bickford home, and detailed measurements, and a printed plan of the property purchased in 1882 from the Crawford family by the Ontario Industrial Loan and Investment Co.

Plan of Trinity University Grounds Showing Proposed Buildings

This sub-series consists of one plan of survey showing the layout of proposed buildings for the Trinity College Queen Street property. Proposed structures include a new convocation hall, library, and suite of professors' residences. Survey is bounded by Queen street on the south, Arthur on the north, with Crawford street and Bellwood's Avenue on the western and eastern boundaries respectively.

Landscape Drawings

This sub-series consists of four items: 1 landscape plan and 1 planting plan illustrating the property of the University of Trinity College, Queen Street West, bounded by Crawford Street, Arthur Street, and Gore Vale Avenue. 1 film negative and 1 photoprint of the landscape plan are also included.

[Survey showing subdivision of property held by Trinity College]

This sub-series consists of a plan of survey showing the layout of present and proposed subdivision of lands held by the University of Trinity College, and lands adjacent to college grounds, at the northwest corner of the property. Survey is bounded by Queen Street on the south and Crawford Street on the western side of land surveyed.

Plan of Trinity College Property Being Part of Park lot 22, On N. Side Queen St.

This sub-series consists of a plan of survey showing the layout of present lands held by the University of Trinity College, and lands adjacent to college grounds, at the northwest corner of the property, including Bellwoods Park and a subdivision of the north eastern corner of the property boundary. The property is further divided along the western boundary with lots being numbered 1 to 11. Tennis courts, hockey ring, and playing field are outlined and coloured. Survey is bounded by Queen street on the south, Arthur on the north, with Crawford street and Gorevale Avenue on the western and eastern boundaries respectively. This survey is addressed to Rev. Dr. Macklem, Provost & Vice Chancellor, Trinity University, Toronto. This survey is similar to item /A1911 (01) 01.

[Plan of University of Trinity College Grounds]

1 item: 1 plan of survey showing the layout of present buildings of the Trinity College Queen Street property. Areas outlined as college property are bounded by green and includes measurements on all boundaries. Standing structures are coloured red and include St. Hilda's College, Trinity House, Trinity College with Chapel. Survey is bounded by Queen street on the south, Arthur on the north, with Crawford street and Gore-Vale Avenue on the western and eastern boundaries respectively.

Plan of Trinity College Property Being Part of Park lot 22, on N. Side Queen St.

This sub-series consists of one plan of survey showing the layout of present lands held by the University of Trinity College, and lands adjacent to college grounds, at the northwest corner of the property, including Bellwoods Park and a subdivision of the north eastern corner of the property boundary. The property is further divided along the western boundary with lots being numbered 1 to 11. Survey is bounded by Queen street on the south, Arthur on the north, with Crawford street and Gorevale Avenue on the western and eastern boundaries respectively.

Plan of Trinity Park. Queen Street West

This sub-series consists of two items: 1 plan of survey showing the layout of lands relating to Trinity Park, Queen Street West, outlining the location of Trinity College, St. Hilda's College, and private residences; contour lines are also shown. Plan is bound by Queen Street at the south, Dundas at the north with Shaw and Gore Vale on the western and eastern sides respectively. 1 photograph of the drawing is also included.

Floorplans, Trinity College

This sub-series consists of five drawings showing a proposed renovation to modify the original Trinity College buildings into a Home for Handicapped Veterans, Queen Street West, Toronto.

Plan of North Part of University of Toronto Property

This sub-series consists of 1 ink on paper site plan for Trinity College on the University of Toronto property bounded by Hoskin Avenue, St George Street, Bloor Street, and Avenue Road. This drawing shows proposed buildings as well as already constructed buildings coloured in red. The design for Trinity College shows two quadrangles with Hall/Lecture Rooms on southwest front and Provost's House on southeast front. Separat´┐Żing the two quadrangles are kitchen court and dining hall on the west, and Chapel on the east. Women's Residence is located on the northwest, and Dean's House on the northeast. It includes proposed University Residences/Dormitories on the northwest corner of Hoskin Avenue and road allowance for Devonshire Place, as well as Botanical Laboratory with adjoining glass houses and palm house in botanical gardens to the northeast of the proposed Trinity College buildings.

Men's Residence and Dining Hall [Whitaker, Henderson, Strachan Hall]

This sub-series contains 237 items detailing the design, development, and construction of Strachan Hall, Henderson Tower, and Whitaker House. Pencil on tissue architectural detail drawings are included, as are 'as built' architectural, mechanical, electrical, and structural drawings. See file listing and notes for specific material breakdown of drawing type.

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