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University of Toronto. Senate

Minutes, Volumes 26 to 34 (1961-1971); records, primarily minutes, of Senate committees, including Committee on Admission Standards, 1950-1970, Committee on Admission, 1961-1970, Committee on Scholarship and Other Awards, 1966-1972, Committee on Applications and Memorials, 1915-1964, and Committee on Ceremonials, 1964-1970; records of Boards of Studies, 1950-1972; convocation rolls, 1963-1969; subject files, 1951-1972; and audio tapes of Senate meetings, 1972.
For microfilm of Senate minutes, Volumes 26 to 34 see A68-0012; for microfilm of convocation rolls 1963-1969 see A73-0051 reel 4

University of Toronto. Senate

Senate minutes (1850-1971); minutes of many Senate committees including Executive Committee (1947-1963), Board of Studies (1950-1963),Court of Discipline, Honorary Degrees and Nominating Sub-committee (1941-1963), Caput (1907-1963) and convocation rolls (1890-1963). Original records for Senate minutes (vols. 1-23, 25, 1850-1961) available in A70-0005. Original records for Senate minutes (vols. 26-34, 1961-1971) available in A79-0037.

University of Toronto. Senate

Boxes 001 to 015 contain records arranged into the following 11 series: 1. General: includes procedures manual; statutes; resolutions; and other material. 2. Senate Committees. 3. Petitions. 4. Boards of Studies. 5. Councils: Faculty and School Councils. 6. Federated, Affiliated, and Constituent Colleges and Institutes. 7. Establishment of Faculties and Schools. 8. Establishment of Interdisciplinary Units (Centres and Institutes). 9. Establishment of Degrees, Diplomas, and Certificates. 10/1. Senate Elections. 10/2. Election of the Chancellor. 11. Greetings, Publications, and Miscellaneous. Boxes 016 to 026 contain similar material but arranged differently.

University of Toronto. Office of the President

Correspondence, memoranda, copies of reports of Presidential
Advisory Committees and Task Forces on Academic Appointments, Athletic Building, Computer Service, Future of Criminology, Gerontology, Information Systems, Music, OISE/Faculty of Education, Pensions, Supplementary Income & Related Activities, Symons Report, Transitional Year Programme, and Women. Includes a file on Canada-USSR Exchange

Safarian 1989 accession

Addresses, articles, correspondence, manuscripts, notes, press clippings and reports documenting Professor Safarian's career as an economist and professor at the University of Saskatchewan and the University of Toronto. Included are files on federal, provincial and University committees, task forces, and royal commissions. Subject areas include foreign ownership and control, constitutional change, and higher education.

Safarian 1994 accession

Correspondence, course and lecture notes, addresses, manuscripts and publications, notes, memoranda, reports, briefs, press clippings, photographs documenting the career of Dr. Safarian as a professor of economics and an administrator, especially at the Universities of Saskatchewan and Toronto. Photographs have been removed to box /001P.

Safarian 1996 accession

Correspondence, course and lecture notes, notes, reports, addresses, research notes, manuscripts, and publications documenting Edward Safarian as a student, an economist with a specialization in international trade, and as an administrator, especially as Dean of the School of Graduate Studies at the University of Toronto and as a participant in meetings organized by the Pacific Economic Co-operation Committee in co-operation with the Canadian National Committee for Pacific Economic Co-operation.

Safarian 2006 accession

Personal records of Edward Safarian, Professor of Economics at the University of Toronto consisting of personal correspondence, including a file on the Table Ronde d’Économistes France-Canada (7th : 1991 : Paris) and the granting of an honorary degree by the University of Toronto to Arthur E. Child (1994); research files, including interviews, for Safarian’s writings on foreign ownership and multinational enterprise; and files on his professional association with the Canadian-American Committee, including notes on its confidential meetings (1972-1992), and the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (1991-1997), especially its Economic Growth and Policy Program. The files for the last include confidential minutes, notes on discussions and correspondence with officers of the CIAR and the directors and members of the Growth Program, presentations by Safarian to the CIAR and addresses to outside bodies on behalf of the CIAR.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Music

Subject and correspondence files of the Director of the Royal Conservatory of Music and the Director of Public Relations; records of the Information Officer concerning work of the Concert and Placement Bureau as well as Publicity; also includes architectural drawings and photographs.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Music

Correspondence and subject files from the offices of the Dean or Director (1918-1960), most notably of August Stephen Vogt, Sir Ernest Alexander Campbell MacMillan and Arnold Maria Walter; general correspondence, mostly admission enquiries (1920-1956); financial materials (1936-1964); examinations - applications, pseudonyms , results (1896-1961) with examination questions occassionally present (1908 -1958); and newspaper clippings.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Music

Includes records from the Office of the Dean, mainly John Beckwith, the Assistant Dean (Administration) and the Faculty Secretary. Records are mainly subject correspondence files, administrative and financial files. Also includes Faculty Council and Committee Files; Opera department records; and Publicity and Concerts' files.

University of Toronto. Department of Sanskrit and Indian Studies

Files of the Department Secretary relating mainly to course administration, staff and students 1971-1978; financial and operational records of the department 1971-1975; Chairman's files relating to promotions, references, visitors 1971-1972; files relating to graduate studies in the Department including files on Ph.D. students 1971-1978.

University of Toronto. Department of Civil Engineering

Administrative records of the chairperson, Department of Civil Engineering; includes correspondence, minutes, notes, memoranda, and reports relating to routine administrative matters, to search committees for geotechnical staff and for the chair of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, and applications for employment.

University of Toronto. Department of Civil Engineering

Correspondence (1905-1919) of Peter Gillespie, Professor in and head (1924-1929) of the Department of Civil Engineering, and specialist in concrete and reinforced concrete; includes files relating to sewage sludge treatment (1914). Correspondence (1911-16) of Clarence Richard Young, who succeeded Gillespie as head; correspondence, notes, forms, and reports (1911-1927) relating to the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering's Committee on Aptitude Tests (established in 1920) which he chaired

Pimlott 1978 accession

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, field notes, publications, brochures, maps and films relating to Douglas Pimlott's career as zoologist and professor at the University of Toronto. The records relate to provincial commissions and committees (Newfoundland and Ontario) of which he was a member, and includes files on areas of his major research interest: the environment (oil, pollution, Alaska pipeline, pesticides), water policy, provincial resources, and northern development. The field notes are from his study of the moose population in Newfoundland.

Pimlott 1990 accession

Briefs, press releases and reports documenting Prof. Pimlott's relationship with the Dept. of Zoology, Pollution Probe at the University of Toronto and environmental issues generally.

Pimlott 1995 accession

This accession documents primarily the research and writing activities of Prof. Pimlott during his academic career as a student, environmentalist and teacher of zoology and forestry at the University of Toronto. Documentation of his participation in various national and inter-national organizations is found among professional correspondence (Series I) and subject files (Series IV). Drafts and offprints of his writings as a student (including his doctoral thesis), government employee, and professor of zoology at the University of Toronto are contained in Series VI and VII. Much of the early data he collected on moose for both his theses and government reports and later, on wolves are to be found in the research materials and field notebooks in Series VIII and Series IX. Additional correspondence following his death on July 31, 1978 has been preserved in Series III and contains tributes, and summaries of his contributions and accomplishments to wildlife management and the environment.

Canadian General Hospital No. 4 (University of Toronto)

This accession contains a selection of x-rays done on soldiers at the Canadian General Hospital No. 4 during, and shortly after the First World War. The x-rays are mounted in an album, which patient names and wound descriptions listed on the back of each image. The accession also contains 4 detailed autopsy record books. The autopsies appear to have been completed at Basingstoke, England, where Hospital No. 4 was relocated from its original station in Salonika, Poland. Neither the x-rays or the autopsy reports appear to be complete.

University of Toronto. Department of Surgery

Contains general administrative files of the department of Surgery including general correspondence, correspondence with the various teaching hospitals and non-teaching hospitals, committee files such as personnel and promotions committee (1971-1972), professorial committee (1958-1965), and records of the the Surgical Research Committee (1971-1972). Also Business Officer files which include mainly budgets (1965-1979).

University of Toronto. Department of Surgery

Contains files of the Department Chair, (ca. 1920-1973)(incomplete); records of the Kergin Surgical Society, 1966-1974; records of the Gallie Club, 1953-1978; photographic portraits of individuals who taught in the department, and a composite of the Toronto School of Medicine third year class, 1884-1885.

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