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Courts and Trials

After I was appointed dean in early 1972, I started to organise an interdisciplinary series of lectures on courts and trials (file 2). This was designed to make a statement that we were not just a professional school but were part of the University. The series was widely advertised and was given every few weeks throughout the academic year 1972-73 (files 3-4). The contributors were from a wide array of disciplines--Reg Allen in philosophy, Don Dewees in economics, Tony Doob in psychology, Jim Giffen in sociology, Charles Hanly in psychoanalysis, Ken McNaught in history, Anatol Rapoport in mathematics, and Peter Russell and Don Smiley in political science (files 5-15). Northrop Frye backed out (file 8), but later contributed to the Crime in Literature series. The series was published by the U of T Press in 1975 (files 17-22) and the book was dedicated to Bora Laskin (file 11).

Student Services

The subseries D.6 Student Services covers the years 1964 through 2006. Student services are defined as initiatives directed at the student population, but which are funded and generally run by the university (i.e. not students). The subseries includes statistics, student directories, Writing Center materials, brochures for residences, Cultural Affairs flyers and event calendars, Watts Lecture materials, orientation and convocation materials, and other materials pertaining to services offered by the university to students.

Office of Admission and Student Recruitment

The subseries B.11 Office of Admissions and Student Recruitment covers the year 1986. The Office of Admissions and Student Recruitment is responsible for recruiting and processing enrollment for new students of the university. The subseries includes one booklet.

Department of Anthropology

Subseries C.3, Department of Anthropology, covers the year 1973. The subseries includes two issues of the Journal of Symbolic Anthropology, edited by Erik G. Schwimmer of Scarborough College.

Programs: Anthropology.

Department of Psychology

Subseries C.16, Department of Psychology, covers the years 1982 through 1983. The subseries includes course evaluations.

Programs: Psychology

Durham College

The subseries E.4 Durham College covers the years 1973 to 1977. The materials are related to courses offered by Scarborough College on the Durham College campus due to space restrictions at Scarborough College, as well as Durham College library services. The file is composed of program and course descriptions, memos, and other documents.

Photographs

The subseries F.1 Photographs covers the dates 1965 through 1995 and 1999 through 2005. The photographs have been arranged by subject and then chronologically within subject, showing the campus and buildings, events, and individuals. Of note are the many construction and building photographs taken during the earliest phases of construction on the campus, as well as during the building period in the late 1970s and early 1980s. There are many images depicting the library, including a number of slides that show library teaching presentations. Also noteworthy are the depictions of campus events, which show a vast number of staff and students.

Letters of recommendation

This series consists of chronologically arranged letters of recommendation for graduate students and for other students with whom he was involved indirectly. These files are followed by individual files containing correspondence such as letters of recommendation prepared during their years at University of Toronto and after graduation.

Association of Canadian Orchestras

Ezra Schabas was appointed Chair of the Orchestra Openings/Mobility Committee of this Association in 1990. This committee publicizes vacant positions in symphony orchestras. Files in this subseries contain documents relating to the operation of the Association including minutes, correspondence, reports of the Orchestra Openings Committee, the Executive Committee, records relating to programmes, government relations and Orchestra study for the Canada Council.

Ontario Arts Council

Prof. Schabas has been involved with the Ontario Arts Council since the mid 1960's when he was commissioned to write a report on "Ontario Community Orchestras" (1966) which became a blueprint for developing 40 professional and amateur orchestras in Ontario. This series of correspondence, minutes, notes, and reports documents these activities. Included are records on the OAC's Advisory Committee on Touring which resulted in the report "Touring in Ontario" with David Silcox, William Wylie, and Reva Gerstein and led to the formation of the Council's Touring Office; and a copy of "Choral Music in Ontario" with Keith Bissell, which led to the formation of the Ontario Choral Federation, Ontario Youth Choir and annual province-wide 'Choirs in Contact'.

Photographs

Photographs in this sub-series document Farrar’s extended family in Cattaraugus and New York state from about the 1870s to the early 1900s. There is a large collection of nineteenth century Carte de Visites and Portrait Cards of his parents, T.J. Farrar and Marie Farrar, and their relatives. Some are identified while others are not. Also among these photographs are images of the various Farrar homes in Cattaraugus, views of group outings such as picnics and parties ca. 1890s, as well as general views of Cattaraugus. Also found among these older photographs are three photographs of skeletons or skulls. The photographer of these experimental type images is unknown but is most probably a member of the Farrar family or C.B. Farrar himself. These photographs are grouped and arranged according to subject as outlined above.

This sub-series also includes photographs of Dr. Farrar’s immediate family, mainly his children, Evelyn and Clarice, and his first wife, Evelyn, before 1940. There are also two photographs of Joan Farrar, his second wife. There are numerous professional portraits and extensive snapshots documenting his early life with Evelyn, his various domiciles and the girls’ childhood. Also included in this series are portraits of Farrar from his early childhood up to around the 1950s. Included are portraits by Milne Studio of Toronto, Frederick William Lyonde and Sons of Toronto, and a reproduction of a painting of Dr. Farrar by artist, Archie Barns. Formal portraits are filed by person at the beginning while snapshots are filed afterwards and are grouped by subject and roughly sorted by date.

For Cattaraugus family photographs – See Box /001P.
For family portraits and snapshots – See Box /002P.
For oversize photographs relating to either – See Box /005P (01) and /006P (01)-(05) and /007P (01).

Clinical files

Sub-series consists of clinical records kept by Dr. Farrar including patient files, patients’ correspondence, patients’ notebooks and clinical forms.

Teaching files

Sub-series includes notes on classical history and a programme of Dr. Farrar’s lectures.

NDP party of Ontario

Consists of records relating to the New Democratic Party of Ontario. The first few folders document Dr. Morton’s official activities in the mid-1960s and in 1970. These are followed by his writings for the party, including pamphlets, articles, and policy papers which he wrote and newsletters in which he had a hand; then by files on Ontario provincial elections (arranged chronologically).

NutraSweet case

Records relating to Wilson’s retention by the Director of Investigation and Research to advise on a case before the Competition Tribunal on the aspartame market and matters between the Holland Sweetener Company and Tosoh Canada Limited. Wilson prepared reports and evidence on competition in the artificial sweetener market.

Power DirecTV

Advice provided on the economic effects of the introduction of Direct to Home satellite-based video in Canada.

Xerox

Small set of records relating to the Department of Justice and Xerox Canada Inc

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