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Edith Kathleen Russell fonds

  • UTA 1735
  • Fonds
  • ca. 1886-1964

Fonds consists of 3 accessions
-B1984-0041: Papers of E. Kathleen Russell, former head of the School of Nursing, including correspondence, press clippings and publications, as well as files relating to the Florence Nightingale International Fund (2 boxes, ca. 1886-1960)
-B1987-0058: Correspondence, articles, lecture notes, addresses, photographs and certificates documenting Russell's career in nursing education (3 boxes, 1903-1964)
-B1989-0034: Medals and pin (1 box, 1933-1949)

Russell, Edith Kathleen

Hugh Shaw Robertson fonds

  • UTA 1710
  • Fonds
  • [188-] - [192-]

Fonds consists of 2 accessions

B1973-0026: Photograph of 50th anniversary re-union dinner, class of 1889, University College.

B1982-0006: Clippings scrapbook part of which relates to Robertson's time at University College; University of Toronto Songbook (Suckling and Sons, Toronto Publisher). Photograph of the Hart House War Memorial and a 1912-13 group shot of staff and students of the Stratford Normal School. [188-]-[192-]

Robertson, Hugh Shaw

McMurrich (James Playfair) Family fonds

  • UTA 1560
  • Fonds
  • 1876-1949

Course notes taken by Professor James Playfair McMurrich of lectures in geology and mineralogy given by Professor Edward John Chapman (1876-1877); travel journals kept by his daughter, Kathleen Isabel McMurrich (West Indies, 1915-1916; Italy, 1922; United Kingdom, 1935; and northern USA and Canada, 1939), and her notebooks on neuro-anatomy and physiology (1943-1949).

Photographs and postcards document Kathleen McMurrich's travels to the West Indies and McMurrich family travels across the United States and Canada (1915-1946, predominantly 1938-1939).

McMurrich (James Playfair) Family

William James Loudon fonds

  • UTA 1488
  • Fonds
  • ca. 1898-1933

Fonds consists of 2 accessions:

B1976-0020: Hoenel Biography, loose correspondence, reminiscences, notes and diaries; Hayfer mss, Fish mss (includes original illustrations of fish), Colman mss, Mulock mss., Studies of Student Life; Tyrrell manuscript. (7 boxes, ca. 1920-1933)

B1983-0010: Manuscript of William James Loudon's book, The Smallmouthed Bass (published 1910), with illustrations; also a few colour prints of birds. (1 box, ca. 1898-1910)

Loudon, W. J. (William James)

Toronto Medical Historical Club (TMHC) fonds

  • UTA 1824
  • Fonds
  • 1924-2008

Contains meeting minutes (1924-1941, 1957-2003), correspondence (1924-1982), subject files for various members of the Club, collected articles given or presented to the Club by various doctors, files pertaining to banquet dinners, and several photo albums of Club events and anniversaries.

Toronto Medical Historical Club (TMHC)

Julius A. Molinaro fonds

  • UTA 1585
  • Fonds
  • 1957-1987

Fonds consists of 2 accessions

B1989-0016: Correspondence, manuscripts, and photoprints documenting Professor Molinaro's career as a specialist in Italian Studies. Includes are files on the Dept. of Italian and Hispanic Studies (1966-1979) and on "Renaissance and Reformation" which Prof. Molinaro edited (1970-1976). (4 boxes, 1957-1987)

B1990-0024: Drafts of two articles, with covering correspondence drawn from Marshall McLuhan's doctoral thesis and published in Volume 7 of "Renaissance and Reformation", then being edited by Prof. Molinaro. (1 box, 1970)

Molinaro, Julius A.

Fred Forster Wilson Jr. fonds

  • UTA 1959
  • Fonds
  • 1967-1978

Offprints of articles written by F.F. Wilson, Associate Professor of Philosophy.

Wilson, Fred Forster Jr.

Phyllis E. Jones fonds

  • UTA 1433
  • Fonds
  • 1930-2007

This fonds consists of one accession of personal papers of Prof. Phyllis E. Jones. It contains primarily records relating to her career with the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Toronto and manuscripts of her published and unpublished works relating to community health and nursing education. Among the records relating to her personal life and education (Series 1) will be found certificates, photographs and a scrapbook maintained during her years as a student in the General Nursing and Public Health Nursing, Part 1 diploma programme between 1944 and 1946. Series 2 documents her activities as a faculty member including copies of early planning reports relating to the School of Nursing prepared by former directors such as Helen Carpenter and Florence Emory, as well as records generated during her tenure as Dean of the Faculty.

Copies of some of her published and numerous unpublished papers and presentations are contained in Series 3.

This fonds unfortunately does not contain any of her lectures or teaching materials or research notes. There is little information relating to her professional activities with the Victorian Order of Nurses, Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario, the Metropolitan Toronto District Health Council or Toronto area teaching hospitals.

Jones, Phyllis E.

Donald Glen Ivey fonds

  • UTA 1424
  • Fonds
  • 1938-1994

This accession documents Prof. Ivey’s career as professor of physics and university administrator from the time of his appointment in 1950 to his post retirement activities up to 1994. Prof. Ivey’s career centred around the promotion and teaching of the science of physics both at the university level and the secondary school level. His personal and professional correspondence concerns these two activities. Other records document his work with high schools and the provincial Department of Education in developing curriculum for high school physics courses, as well as his administrative and academic responsibilities at the University of Toronto. An extensive collection of his lecture notes, problems and examinations for undergraduate courses in physics at the University of Toronto will also be found in this accession.

His activities outside the University are documented in the records relating to his television programmes prepared for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and other public television companies. This accession contains many complete scripts of these programs including “The Nature of Things” series in the 1960’s. In addition this accession holds a very complete series of addresses including manuscripts, notes and correspondence.

While Prof. Ivey did publish articles and two textbooks on physics during his academic career, little original documentation in the form of manuscripts has survived. Correspondence on publishing may be found within his professional correspondence.

Ivey, Donald Glen

Judy Cole Godfrey fonds

  • UTA 1336
  • Fonds
  • 1958-1987, 2009

This fonds contains course notes, assignments, essays, presentations documenting courses in the Diploma Programme in Physical and Occupational Therapy 1958-1961 as well as the Degree Completion Programme in Occupational Therapy 1985-1987.

There is also a graduation photograph of Judy Cole from 1961 as well as photographs showing the crafts relating to the course work in Occupational Therapy. Vignettes of Physical & Occupational Therapy Department of Medicine, Toronto 1958-1961 has been placed at the beginning of this fonds.

Godfrey, Judy Cole

C. Claude Brodeur fonds

  • UTA 1083
  • Fonds
  • 1959-1993

Records documenting Claude Brodeur's career as educational psychologist in the Faculty of Education. Includes mainly correspondence, some files relating to workshops seminars and conferences, reports authored, speeches, articles, consultant files and some early counseling files.

Brodeur, C. Claude

Mary Elisabeth Wallace fonds

  • UTA 1932
  • Fonds
  • 1888-[198-]

Correspondence, diaries, course and lecture notes, addresses, notes, manuscripts and publications, subject files and photographs documenting the careers of Professors Alexander Brady and Malcolm Wallace.

This accession consists of two distinct sous-fonds. The first contains files from the personal records of Alexander Brady, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, that Professor Wallace, a colleague and executor of his estate, had retained in her possession following his death. She has added some of her files about Professor Brady and many of the annotations throughout are hers.

The second contains the surviving personal records of her father, Malcolm Wallace, Professor of English at the University of Toronto, 1904-1944, and Principal of University College, 1928-1944.

Wallace, Mary Elisabeth

Harriet A. L. Clark fonds

  • UTA 1146
  • Fonds
  • 1930-1934

Course notes for the honours program in household economics in the Faculty of Arts (1930-1934); clothing budget for 4th year; notes on various matters, possibly taken for use in articles for the Varsity, to which Harriet Clark was a reporter.

These course notes were taken from lectures and for laboratory exercises by Harriet Clark as part of the honours program in Household Economics at University College, 1930-1934.Courses were offered both through the Faculties of Arts and Household Science. The material is arranged chronologically and, unless otherwise noted, the description is for course notes. The roman numerals designate the course level.

Clark, Harriet A. L.

Duncan Alexander MacLulich fonds

  • UTA 1510
  • Fonds
  • 1928-1933

Group photographs of the Brodie Club, taken at the Royal Ontario Museum, 1928 and 1933 and the Class of 3T1 in Forestry taken at St. Williams, April 1931. [Duncan Alexander MacLulich, BScF 1931, photographer].

MacLulich, Duncan Alexander

Irene Romana Nosyk fonds

  • UTA 1613
  • Fonds
  • ca 1966-1969

This accession consists of 13 works of art depicting various zoological specimens. A series of 7 works of art are oil on canvas and framed. They are for the most part untitled works, depicting the origin of life, algae, and caterpillars, among others, and were originally produced for an exhibition in the late 1960s. An unframed series of 6 oil on canvas paintings were produced by the artist for the University’s new Zoology building which opened in 1965. They were not acquired by the Department and never exhibited in the building.

Nosyk, Irene Romana

Francis Grant Marriott fonds

  • UTA 1520
  • Fonds
  • 26 Jan 1901

Black and white topographical drawing by Francis Grant Marriot (BASc. 1905) which would have been produced as part of his course work as a student of the School of Practical Science.

Marriott, Francis Grant

Martin Alfred Peacock fonds

  • UTA 1651
  • Fonds
  • 1933-1950

Correspondence, biographical file, lecture notes, research files, etc of Martin A. Peacock, professor of Crystallography and mineralogy at the University of Toronto from 1937-1950.

Peacock, Martin Alfred

James Arnold Dauphinee fonds

  • UTA 1199
  • Fonds
  • 1913-1983

The papers of James Arnold Dauphinee are a particularly fine representation of their type. Highly intelligent and inventive, Dr. Dauphinee had an international reputation in his field, pathological chemistry. He maintained a broad range of other interest, from music to philately, and was known to play the occasional game of golf. He was something of a packrat but, fortunately, also a meticulous record keeper. His papers are of value to the reader from a number of perspectives. A history of the Department of Pathological Chemistry could not be written without reference to them. Dr. Dauphinee's files cover the years 1934-1972 and he also preserved some of the papers of his predecessor as head, Andrew Hunter. The Department is not well represented elsewhere in the holdings in the University Archives.

Dr. Dauphinee was very interested in new developments in research. After his return from military service during World War II, he became deeply involved in the study of the effects of radiation on the human body. His papers are a rich resource for this pioneering work, as they are for the work he began as a medical student on arginase and the functioning of the liver and carried on throughout the rest of his life. Dr. Dauphinee wrote numerous scientific papers, many of which were published. Some very interesting ones exist in draft form only, but contain his evolving ideas on problems being studied. He also believed in the wider dissemination of information, and was much in demand as a speaker. His papers contain many of his addresses and document his enthusiastic support of organizations such as the Royal Canadian. Institute.

He was also keenly interested in professional development and the maintenance of high standards in his discipline. He belonged to a large number of professional associations and devoted much energy to some of them, including the I College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. The qualities evident here and in his research were also reflected in his relationship with his patients. His concern for their well-being is evident in his extensive patient files and in the records he kept while on active service during World War II.

Dauphinee, James Arnold

Daniel W. Lang fonds

  • UTA 1465
  • Fonds
  • 1957-2018

Personal records of Dr. Daniel W. Lang, professor, Department of Theory and Policy Studies, OISE/UT, and senior policy advisor to the president of the University of Toronto. Records include files relating to his activities as a senior administrator and policy advisor to University presidents James Ham, David Strangway, George Connell, Robert Prichard, and David Naylor. Files document projects, plans, financing, campus development, technology development, etc. Also includes records documenting his academic responsibilities relating to teaching, research and publication, as well as external consulting activities to various academic institutions and government bodies in Ontario and across Canada, particularly the Council of Ontario Universities and the Ontario Ministry of Colleges and Universities.

Lang, Daniel W.

Laurel Sefton MacDowell fonds

  • UTA 1276
  • Fonds
  • [196-]-2014

These records document the academic career of Professor Laurel Sefton MacDowell, a labour and environmental historian and professor at the University of Toronto. The records consist of personal and biographical information (including MacDowell's time as an undergraduate and graduate student at the U of T), her lecture notes and syllabi for courses taught at U of T, York, and McMaster, her publications and research, her professional activities (both inside and outside academia), and general correspondence.

Sefton MacDowell, Laurel

Gilbert Edward Jackson fonds

  • UTA 1425
  • Fonds
  • [191-?]-1958

The fonds consists of the personal papers of Gilbert Edward Jackson, a former professor of economics at the University of Toronto. Compiled from inventories of three accessions, the fonds documents Mr. Jackson’s career, participation and achievements as an economist, consultant and professor in Canada and England, during the early 1920s to late 1950s, with the greatest emphasis being on the mid 1930s to early 1950s. Arranged chronologically by function, the fond is divided into ten series. They include: Personal material, related to various activities, accomplishments and events that occurred in Mr. Jackson’s private life; Teaching activities; Manuscripts written by Mr. Jackson; the Canadian Tariff Board; the National War Labour Board; the National Selective Service Advisory Board; Other Federal Government research and reports; the Bank of England; his consulting firm, Gilbert Jackson & Associates; and Photographs.

Within the fonds, a cross over among these series exists as the research Mr. Jackson completed for himself was also utilized for assignments produced for other consulting economists and firms. For instance, the research that was completed to write submissions to the Canadian Tariff Board (Series 4) was also utilized to publish articles located in Series 3 (Manuscripts) and Series 9 (Gilbert Jackson & Associates). Related topics can also be found in Series 5 (National War Labour Board) through Series 7 (Other Federal Government research and reports, as they document the extensiveness of Mr. Jackson’s involvement and research completed for the Federal Government of Canada between the late 1920s to 1950s. Although the material within the series are for different Boards, this cross over among the series documents Mr. Jackson’s involvement and active role within the world of Canadian economics during the mid twentieth century.

Although Mr. Jackson taught at the University of Toronto for roughly 15 years, only a small amount of records exist in the fonds that document his teaching career. The records that do exist in Series 2, (Teaching activities) provide a brief overview of the themes covered and issues addressed during his lectures delivered in the 1950’s. However, additional documents related to Mr. Jackson’s academic career at the University of Toronto can be found in Series 3 (Manuscripts), the correspondence in Series 8 (Bank of England), and Series 9 (Gilbert Jackson & Associates) as the records within the files highlight his relationships, activities, teaching and mentoring of graduate students who attended the University of Toronto.

This fonds will be of great interest to researchers studying the financial condition of Canada and England during the Great Depression and First and Second World Wars. An individual who sharpened the minds of the youth at the time, Gilbert Jackson’s fonds documents the ideologies that shaped the economic world of today, as “it has been said that half the leading economists in Canada today studied under him” [1]

NOTES

  1. “Gilbert Edward Jackson”. Wed. 17 Jun. 1959. Newspaper clipping in case file B2004-0026.

Jackson, Gilbert Edward

Bernhard Cinader fonds

  • UTA 1138
  • Fonds
  • 1944-2000

Fonds consists of 14 accessions:

B1976-0034: Correspondence, minutes, memoranda and reports relating to Dr. Cinader's activities as president (1969-1974) of the International Union of Immunological Societies.Included are files on the 1st - 4th International Congresses of Immunology. (7 boxes, 1960-1974)

B1977-0009: Correspondence, minutes, financial records, and other material relating to the 2nd International Immunological Congress at Brighton, England, July 22-26, 1974; files on the European Congress for Immunochemistry; abstracts from the 1975 European Immunology Meeting held in Amsterdam. (1 box, 1971-1975)

B1977-0024: Correspondence, minutes, questionnaires, and reports documenting Professor Cinader's activities as president of the Canadian Society for Immunology and the International Union of Immunological Societies, and with the 1st International Congress of Immunology held in Washington, DC in 1971. Series I:International Union of Immunological Societies Series II: International Congress of Immunology (1st : 1971 : Washington, DC); Series III:International Union for Immunology; Series IV:Canadian Society for Immunology. (6 boxes, 1965-1972)

B1979-0063: Correspondence with biologists and immunologists, and articles and research reports relating to Cinader's post at the Lister Institute of Preventative Medicine at the University of London; also material re his appointment to the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto. (2 boxes, 1949-1958)

B1980-0002: Correspondence, position papers, and statements relating to the science policy of the federal government (Joe Clark), 1979, and to lobbying for science policy during the 1980 Canadian general election campaign. (1 box, 1979-1980)

B1980-0018: Records relating to the campaign for "A Science Policy for Canada" (1976-1980) and to the World Health Organization's "Expanded Programme of Research; Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction," including its task force on immunological methods for the regulation of fertility (1980-1984).The latter records document, in part, Dr. Cinader's activities as visiting professor and WHO consultant at the Institute for Research in Reproduction of the Indian Medical Research Council in Bombay. (4 boxes, 1976-1984)

B1983-0014: Records of Dr. Cinader's visit to the USSR, 1975; the 4th European Immunology Meeting in Budapest, 1978; the Workshop on the Immunogenetics of the Rabbit, Bethesda, Maryland, 1978; and the 19th Symposium on Biological Models, Brno, Czechoslovakia, 1980. (2 boxes, 1974-1980)

B1983-0026: Correspondence, minutes, notes, programs, conference proceedings, and publications documenting Dr. Cinader's involvement with World Health Organization task forces and research centres relating to immunology and with the Canadian federation of Biological Sciences. (5 boxes, [197-] - 1982

B1989-0037: Correspondence files entitled "The growth of immunology in Toronto--scientific linkages", including Dr. Cinader's contribution to Pauline Mazumdar's book on the history of immunology; also files on the 6th International Congress of Immunology held in Toronto in 1986. (2 boxes, 1967-1987)

B1990-0038: Preliminary information on the 6th International Congress of Immunology held in Toronto in 1986; further files on the "growth of immunology in Toronto--scientific linkages". (1 box, 1979-1988)

B1992-0015: Correspondence between Dr. Cinader and members of the international and university communities, documenting the activities of various institutes, conferences, and research projects relating to immunology; correspondence relating to Dr. Cinader's activities in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto, including the Institute of Immunology, the Clinical Immunology Co-ordinating Committee and the World Health Organization; records relating to international conferences on immunology, including the 6th International Congress on Immunology (1986, Toronto), of which Dr. Cinader was a key organizer. (4 boxes, 1967-1992)

B1996-0017: Correspondence memoranda, notes, drafts of addresses and articles, lecture notes, grant applications and conference files documenting Dr. Bernhard Cinader's activities as an immunologist at the University of Toronto and in connection with numerous national and international immunological organizations. (26 boxes, 1949-ca. 1992)

B2001-0023: Records document the career of renown immunologist Bernhard Cinader of the Department of Immunology in the Faculty of Medicine.Series include biographical files, correspondence, reports, conference files, lectures and addresses, research data and photo albums. (6 boxes, 1970-1995)

B2002-0008: Records document the career of renown immunologist Bernhard Cinader of the Department of Immunology in the Faculty of Medicine.Series include biographical files and honours, correspondence, conference files, lectures and addresses, association files and photo albums. (2 boxes and 1 item, 1944-1997)

Cinader, Bernhard

James Bruce Falls fonds

  • UTA 1257
  • Fonds
  • [193-]-2004

Personal records of Bruce Falls, documenting his life as a student and his academic career as a zoologist at the University of Toronto. Included is correspondence, files on professional organizations, on Professor Falls administrative work, his lecture and research notes, drafts of manuscripts and publications, addresses, and photographs.

Falls, James Bruce

Henry G. Acres fonds

  • UTA 1003
  • Fonds
  • 1900-1903

Ink and watercolour drawings by Henry G. Acres as student in mechanical and electrical engineering at the Ontario School of Practical Science from 1900-1903. Each drawing is signed "H.G. Acres" and dated.

Acres, Henry G.

Elizabeth Josephine Allin fonds

  • UTA 1008
  • Fonds
  • 1910-1990

Correspondence, diaries, course notes, lecture notes, notes, manuscripts, publications, and photographs documenting the activities of Elizabeth Josephine Allin, Annie Theresa Reed and Kathleen May Crossley as students, staff and faculty in the Department of Physics, University of Toronto

Allin, Elizabeth Josephine

Margaret May Allemang fonds

  • UTA 1009
  • Fonds
  • 1951-2004

Personal records of Margaret Allemang, documenting her career as a researcher, historian and professor of nursing history at the University of Toronto, and as a promoter and preserver of nursing history, primarily through her oral histories with nursing sisters from World Wars I and II, the Margaret Allemang Centre for the History of Nursing, and the Canadian Association for the History of Nursing/Association Canadienne pour l'Histoire du Nursing (CAHN/ACHN), the latter two of which she was a co-founder. There are also files on other professional organizations, including the Canadian Nurses Association, Elderhostel, and the Conference on Nursing History and other nursing conferences. Included are correspondence, appointment books, minutes, administrative and teaching files, oral history interviews, research notes, manuscripts, reports, newsletters, addresses and audiotapes.

Allemang, Margaret May

Susan Howson fonds

  • UTA 1408
  • Fonds
  • 1973-2011

The Susan Howson fonds consists of correspondence, lecture notes and materials, drafts of papers and conference talks, student interactions, and various files documenting Howson’s career at the U of T. The fonds has been divided into the following series; Articles and Papers, Professional Activities, General Correspondence, and Teaching.

Howson, Susan

Robert Gill fonds

  • UTA 1312
  • Fonds
  • 1879-1972 (predominant 1928-1967)

Fonds consists of 3 accessions:

B1973-0012: Consists of microfilm copies (35mm) of Robert Gill's scrapbooks, including program notes, press clippings, and photographs relating to theatre productions in Canada and the United States, particularly at Hart House Theatre and Pittsburgh Playhouse. The accession is described in Series 5. (10 reels, 1929-1967)

B1977-0046: This accession consists of various materials donated by the family of Robert Stanton Gill following his death. It largely chronicles his career as theatre director of Hart House Theatre as well as his involvement in other theatre houses in the United States and Canada. The accession is comprised of four series (1-4). (11 boxes, 1879-1967)

B1995-0028: Two notebooks belonging to Robert Gill, Director of Hart House Theatre, containing notes on 1) lecture notes (1966-1967) and course outlines for a class (1971-1972) and notes on actors; 2) notes on University of British Columbia Opera (1959), Hart House Theatre Summer School (1963?, 1964), course outlines for lectures (1955-1965, 1962-1963), and other notes. This accession is described in Series 6

Gill, Robert Stanton

Innis Family fonds

  • UTA 1412
  • Fonds
  • 1874-1987

Includes records of the following sous-fonds: Innis Family, Harold A. Innis, Mary Quayle Innis, and Donald Innis. Innis Family sous-fonds includes manuscripts for publications released after H. A. Innis's death including "Empire and communications", "The idea file of Harold A. Innis" and others, paintings, photographs, memorabilia. Harold A. Innis sous-fonds includes manuscripts, speeches, addresses, education and teaching materials, correspondence, personal files, photographs, slides and artifacts. Mary Quayle Innis sous-fonds includes subject files, personal files and memorabilia, personal diaries. Donald Innis sous-fonds includes subject files, and correspondence.

Innis, Harold Adams

Banting Research Foundation fonds

  • UTA 1032
  • Fonds
  • 1922-1980

Records of the Banting Research Foundation, consisting of letters patent and bylaws, correspondence, annual reports, financial records, minute books, applications for grants, research reports, publications, subject files, and other material.

Banting Research Foundation

Alexander Brady fonds

  • UTA 1079
  • Fonds
  • ca. 1884-1985

Fonds consists of 2 accessions

B1986-0018: Personal records of Alexander Brady, consisting of addresses, correspondence and diaries; course and lecture and research notes; administrative files (Department of Political Economy) and subject files; maps, monographs, and photographs, relating primarily to the application of political theory to the evolution of the British and Commonwealth political systems. (253 boxes, ca. 1884-1985)

B1988-0008: Correspondence, notes, pamphlets, press clippings, reports, lecture notes, addresses and manuscripts documenting Alexander Brady's interest in Canadian economic, industrial and constitutional development, modern political thought, and Commonwealth relations. (14 boxes, 1911-1979)

Brady, Alexander

Victor Howard fonds

  • UTA 1394
  • Fonds
  • 1969

Consists of transcripts and tapes of interviews with individuals working at the University of Toronto Press. The interviews were arranged by Prof. Victor Hoar of the University of Western Ontario, who had a grant to carry out an "oral history" project concerning academic publishing in Canada. Dr. Hoar later changed his surname to Howard. The tapes and transcripts were transferred to the Archives in 1979, with the intention of adding them to the Archives' own oral history collection.

Box 1 contains transcripts of interviews with Harold Bohne, Miss Cragg (now Mrs. D. Sutherland), ___ Fanning, Allan Fleming, J.G. Garden, Roy Gurney, and Eleanor Harmon.

Box 2 contains transcripts of interviews with D. Hayne, Marshall Jeanneret, Hillary Marshall, Ian Montagnes, and B. Plewman.

There are also audiotapes of the recordings for Cragg, Fleming, Garden, Garvey, Hayne, Jeanneret, Montagnes, and Plowman. There is also an audiotape of an interview with Francess Halpenny, for which there is no transcript.

Howard, Victor

Modern Drama Journal fonds

  • UTA 1582
  • Fonds
  • 1958-1993

Contributors files for journal when produced by University of Kansas (1950-1972) and at University of Toronto (1972-1979); Editorial Board minutes and correspondence (1973-1980); Rejection files (1972-1978)

Modern Drama

Ernest Mastromatteo fonds

  • UTA 1524
  • Fonds
  • 1915-2011

This fonds contains records related to the professional activities and personal life of Dr. Ernest Mastromatteo, occupational physician. The bulk of the material in this fonds documents his roles as a medical practitioner, researcher, and occupational health director. The series documenting the activities of the Nickel Producers’ Environmental Research Association, an association Dr. Mastromatteo was heavily involved in during the 1980s, is the largest, with smaller series documenting his career at Inco, his work with the American Conference of Governmental and Industrial Hygienists, and his many projects, case studies, organizations, associations and societies, as well as legal cases he provided testimony in. There is also a relatively large amount of material documenting his research in the form of addresses, and additional material chronicling his time as a student at both the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine and the School of Hygiene.

Records include correspondence, notebooks, publications, drafts, prints, reports, meeting minutes and memoranda.

Mastromatteo, Ernest

William J. Fowler fonds

  • UTA 1283
  • Fonds
  • 1949-2002

This fonds consists of one accession of personal records of Dr. William J. Fowler, former professor of applied psychology at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto, and various US institutions such as University of Chicago, Harvard and Tufts University. The records are an important resource for students of the history of development of child studies in North America. Dr. Fowler, in addition to developing his own theories on early childhood development, was a colleague of several American pioneers in this area, such as Dr. Helen Koch, Dr. Robert Hess, Dr. Alice Honig and Prof. J. McVicker Hunt.

The records are organized into 10 series reflecting a career that spanned more than 40 years, from his days as a graduate student at Harvard and the University of Chicago to his years as a private consultant in his company, Center for Early Learning and Child Care, Inc. Included in this accession is correspondence, manuscripts of both published and unpublished works, teaching materials, research materials, grant proposals and reviews, special project files relating to the joint OISE- Canadian Mothercraft Society of the early 1970’s, and records of the Center for Early Learning and Child Care,Inc.

Original research data with personal identifiers for children as subjects of research were not retained.

Fowler, William J.

Anne Lancashire fonds

  • UTA 1460
  • Fonds
  • [196-]-2012; predominant 1975-2012

Fonds consists of the records of Anne Lancashire, documenting her career as a Professor of English at the University of Toronto from her appointment in 1965 at the University College English Department, and her cross-appointment to Drama in 1975 and Cinema Studies in 1985, until her retirement in 2012, as well as her several administrative positions at the University. Her research, publications and administration positions held for several professional associations are also documented. The content of the fonds primarily document the last 40 years of her work, but there is some coverage of her early teaching career and research. The fonds provides a significant record of her work as a faculty and administration member of the University of Toronto, her extensive research and scholarship, and her involvement in several professional associations relating to English literature and drama.

Records include correspondence, minutes, reports, course notes, syllabi, exams and tests, course bibliographies and a course pack on medieval literature, press clippings, publication reviews, research lectures and papers, manuscripts and other records documenting Professor Lancashire’s graduate and undergraduate courses taught in English, Drama and Cinema Studies, various administrative positions, and extensive research and scholarship.

Lancashire, Anne

David R. Cameron fonds

  • UTA 1101
  • Fonds
  • 1966-2012

Fonds consists of the personal records of Prof. David R. Cameron, political scientist. The majority of the records document Prof. Cameron’s work with the federal and provincial governments, rather than his academic work.

Much of the fonds documents Prof. Cameron’s work with the federal and Ontario governments on constitutional renewal, national unity, and French-English relations in the late 1970s and 1980s. In particular, there is significant documentation of the Pépin-Robarts Task Force on Canadian Unity, and Cameron’s work with the Federal-Provincial Relations Office. Prof. Cameron’s work on post-secondary education with the Secretary of State is also well documented, as is his work on constitutional renewal and Ontario-Quebec relations with the Ontario government in the 1990s.

Records relating to this government service include day planners and steno pads, correspondence and memos, briefings, news clippings, government documents, reports, proposals, research and background files, travel records, contracts, drafts and revisions, and meeting agendas, minutes and briefings.

Fonds also includes records relating to Prof. Cameron’s involvement with the Romanow Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada (2001-2003), the Walkerton Inquiry (2001-2002), and the Sri Lankan peace process (2002-2005).

Academic records include employment records, correspondence, some conference files, and publication files, especially those related to his Patterns of Association project (1997-2006).

Cameron, David R.

James Alexander Little fonds

  • UTA 1480
  • Fonds
  • 1951-1996

The records in this accession document Dr. Alick Little’s research, teaching and publication activities over a forty-year medical career with the University of Toronto and two teaching hospitals, Sunnybrook and St. Michael’s in Toronto. Arranged in six series, the records reflect Dr. Little’s primary professional activity as a medical researcher and administrator of multiple medical studies. Areas of research include the relationship of lipids and heart disease, hereditary fructose intolerance and coronary atherosclerosis. His activities in various professional associations both in Canada and the United States, including his participation on committees, as well as his role in University of Toronto academic and administrative functions are not documented in any detail. Series 1 contains general correspondence with colleagues, students, faculty and administrators at the University of Toronto and other teaching hospitals relating to research, teaching and publication activities. Also included are letters of reference for his staff, research associates and students as well as records documenting other professional relationships with organizations such as the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

The records documenting his activities at Sunnybrook Hospital are primarily concerned with his participation in the Atherosclerosis Project sponsored from 1952 to 1962 by the Department of Veterans Affairs. This study was one of the first in Canada to study the link between lipids and heart disease. These records document fairly completely the administrative history of this study at Sunnybrook, the nature and scope of the research conducted by Dr. Little and his team, the data collected as well as the research results. Series 5 consists of patient case files and summarized data for both control and study groups, data files on other diseases studied in conjunction with the primary study, correspondence, annual reports, and manuscripts of articles.

Although his association with St. Michael’s Hospital dates from the early 1950’s when he established the Diabetic Clinic, the records in Series 2 document primarily his activities following the establishment of the Toronto/McMaster Lipid Research Clinic (LRC) in 1973. In addition to his role as Director of the LRC (see A2002-0009), Dr. Little spearheaded the establishment of other programs at St.Michael’s Hospital. These include the Clinical Investigation Unit and the Lipid Research Laboratory. Records of the Clinical Investigation Unit’s fructosemia case study are included within this series. His participation in the hospital’s Advisory Committee, Department of Medicine and as director of the Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism is also documented in this series. Grant application records in Series 4 document requests for funds for other studies on related topics from 1968 to 1992 from the Ontario Heart Foundation (and its successor body, the Heart and Stroke Foundation) as well as Health and Welfare Canada and the U.S. National Institutes of Health. These records also document through curriculum vitae and other records many of the people who were members of the study team collaborating with Dr. Little.

While the bulk of records related to Dr. Little’s work at the Toronto/McMaster Lipid Research Clinic are included in A2002-0009, research material from specific studies conducted through the Toronto McMaster Lipid Research Clinic comprise Series 7 of the J. A. Little fonds. Documentation includes material related to the Apolipoprotein C-II Deficiency Study, the Coronary Primary Prevention Trial (CPPT), as well as components of the multi-year Toronto McMaster Lipid Research Clinics Population (Prevalence) Studies.

Throughout his career, Dr. Little wrote, lectured and published extensively on his own and as part of a research group. Series 3 provides a fairly complete collection of his manuscripts of both published and unpublished writings dating from his time as research associate to professor of medicine at the University of Toronto. Articles on the results of the Department of Veterans Affairs study will be found in Series 5. Manuscripts relating to the official reports produced for the Toronto/McMaster Lipid Research Project are not among these papers and will be found in A2002-0009.

Little, James Alexander

Sir William Mulock fonds

  • UTA 1599
  • Fonds
  • 1898-1947

Fonds consists of 2 accessions:

B1973-0016: Photo Album of Canadian National Exhibition views and events, 1911; illuminated manuscript citations, addresses, etc presented by staff of various federal government departments (eg Department of Labour, Post Office, Railway, etc) and by University of Toronto on his retirement as Vice-chancellor, 1900 ; and by other groups on other occasions; walnut box with plaque, 'Presented to the Right Honourable Sir William Mulock, P.C., K.C.M.G., M.A., L.L.D., by the Alumni Federation of the University of Toronto, October 30th, 1936'. (6 boxes, 1898-1942)

B1976-0002: Original citations honouring Sir William Mulock presented to him by various municipal officials, the University of Toronto, and other organizations. Photoprints of Sir William Mulock laying cornerstone of new residence at Pickering College; with Toronto Mayor William J. Stewart; on his 101st birthday. Also photoprints of other faculty and buildings. (2 boxes, 7 folders, 1919-1947)

Mulock, William, Sir

Hart House fonds

  • UTA 0120
  • Fonds
  • 1870s - 2018

This fonds contains 72 accessions of records from Hart House, including the records of various clubs and groups. See accession-level descriptions for details.

University of Toronto. Hart House

University of Toronto. Office of the Vice-President and Provost fonds

  • UTA 0165
  • Fonds
  • ca. 1970s - 2014

This fonds contains 56 accessions of records from the Office of the Vice-President and Provost and its various vice-provostial and vice-presidential offices, including defunct or dissolved offices, as well as the Office of the Vice-President, University Operations. See accession-level description for details.

University of Toronto. Office of the Vice-President and Provost

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