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Records of the New Academic Building Committee (Northrop Frye Hall)

Sub-series consists of meeting minutes and the correspondence of the Secretary. Also consists of contracts and other legal records, records regarding furnishings, structural, mechanical and electrical specifications as well as architectural drawings.

Victoria University (Toronto, Ont.). Board of Regents New Academic Building Committee

Records relating to Minto Development

Sub-series consists of lease/purchase agreements, reports, appeals and other legal records, correspondence and other records re Minto Development, 2003–2008; and four volumes titled “The Board of Regents Sale To Minto 2 St. Thomas Street Development Inc. of 2 St. Thomas Street, Toronto (formerly 100–108 Charles Street West) and Lease To Minto St Inc. of 4-6-8 St. Thomas Street, Toronto, Closing Date May 9, 2008” by Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP.

Records of Francis Huston Wallace

Sub-series consists of correspondence re an appointment to Faculty, 1912; outgoing general correspondence arranged chronologically then alphabetically, 1913-1918; correspondence from Leipzig, 1903-1927; memoranda of rules, decisions and other matters, 1901-1919; sermon and address delivered at Victoria, 1920; agenda for incoming Dean August 1920; historical sketch of Faculty, [1920?]; list of books in personal library, prayers, and essay; and statement from students on his retirement, 1920

Wallace, Francis Huston

The Economics of David Ricardo

It has been stated that The Economics of David Ricardo (1979) is perhaps Hollander’s most enduring legacy to the history of economic thought if only because of the heated controversy it has produced. It has been described by many as counter-revolutionary to the ideas of great economists such as Schumpter and Sraffa. Common among those who oppose and support Hollander’s unique interpretation of Ricardo is recognition that the book, which is detailed in its analysis and research, is an important addition to the debate on this controversial historical figure.

Included is the 1st draft of the manuscript, research notes, and notes of material omitted and to be used elsewhere.

Ricardo. The New View : Collected Essays I and The Literature of Political Economy: Collected Essays II

Arranged together in this sub-series are records relating to Ricardo. The New View : Collected Essays I (1995) and The Literature of Political Economy: Collected Essays II (1998) This small sub-series includes notes on revisions and related correspondence as well as a 1st draft to his introductory memoir “It’s an Ill Wind…” with addendum.

Friedrich Engels and Marxian Political Economy

Friedrich Engels and Marxian Political Economy (2011) was derived out of Hollanders extensive research for his 2008 text The Economics of Karl Marx. The book looks at Engels’ earlier contributions to Marx’s economic analysis, and provides background into how Marx developed his theories.

The sub-series includes notes and correspondence related to the work as well as two full annotated drafts of the book. The sub-series also contains annotated chapters of The Economics of Karl Marx which were adapted for use in Friedrich Engels and Marxian Political Economy

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.

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.

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