- UTA 0047-A2014-0026
- ca. 1990-2012
Contains PhD files for graduates, withdrawn, lapsed and terminated students in the Department of English.
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Contains PhD files for graduates, withdrawn, lapsed and terminated students in the Department of English.
Minute books of the Graduate Department of English.
Contains papers presented by academics and PhD students at the Economic History Workshops, and supporting administrative documents
Correspondence, memoranda and reports relating to the administration of the Department, including appointments (1919-1960); correspondence relating to the King Township Scholarship Fund (1948-1951); correspondence on the origin and purpose of the Harold Adams Innis Memorial Fund and data relating to subscribers and work of the fund (1953-1957); list of committee members, correspondence, minutes, accounting records relating to the administration of Rockefeller Foundation grants (1941-1960). Contains a letter written to C.B. Macpherson by British political theorist Harold Laski
Administrative subject files of the Chairman of the Department, including employment records of faculty and staff (1969-1976). "Royal Commission on Taxation. Revenue Requirements on Education", mss and notes, prepared by Ian Drummond, 1964.
Correspondence of Edward Johns Urwick, Dept. Head (1927-1937); correspondence and book reviews of Norman Archibald MacRae Mackenzie (1929-1930); general departmental correspondence (1922-1930); undergraduate and graduate student files (1929-1930); non-departmental printed reports and announcements (1926-1928) and photoprints.
Correspondence, primarily of three department chairmen, Vincent Wheeler Bladen, William Thomas James Easterbrook and James Everil Smyth and budget estimates/appropriations for the department (1944-1959)
Administrative files of three successive Dept. heads, namely Edward Johns Urwick (1927-1937), Harold Adams Innis (1937-1952) and Charles Allan Ashley (1952-1953); also contains personal records of Innis and administrative files of Dept. Chairman, Vincent Wheeler Bladen (1953-1957). Innis materials make up the bulk of the collection which also includes 6 photographs.
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.
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.
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
Records of the chairperson, Department of Civil Engineering, including departmental and other administrative correspondence, minutes of meetings, grants and scholarships, conference files, employment applications and personnel files.
Correspondence, manuscripts, galley proofs, and book reviews relating to Elementary Problems in Steel and Timber by Clarence Richard Young and Carson F. Morrison; includes industrial tests, articles, photoprints, architectural drawings (blueprints and tracings), plans, and maps.
Records from the office of the chair, Department of Civil Engineering: correspondence, including chair's day correspondence (1976-1980); minutes of meetings, financial records, committee activities, appointment and tenure procedures, and general staffing files.
Contains a summary of academic papers presented by the faculty at staff meetings, 1933-1937; Staff meeting outlines and list of those in attendance, 1938-1967
Part of Douglas H. Pimlott fonds
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.
Part of Douglas H. Pimlott fonds
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.
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.
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).
Contains departmental budget files, 1950-1965; appointment files to the Joint Hospital-University Relations Committee 1953-1967.
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.
Contains records relating to the financial accounting for research grants as well as some research reports. Also records relating to staff agreement on salaries.
Contains subject files from the Office of the Chairman (R.A. Gordon) on the Ad Hoc Committee on the Teaching of Oncology (1974) and files relating to anaesthsia projects in Nigeria (1964-1977).
Contains miscellaneous records of the director of the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine (Nancy Joy) mainly from the 1960s and 1970s. Includes correspondence, inquiries of students seeking admission, minutes and related records of the Committee of Clinical Chairmen.
Contains eight drawings mounted on a board illustrating a lobectomy. Based on information on the back of the illustrations, they were prepared by Faculty of Medicine Art Service for the Department of Surgery. They were used first by Dr. Norman Shenstone of the Department of Surgery and the Toronto General Hospital and possibly later by Robert M. Janes, head of the Department of Surgery.
Contains original drawings done by members of the Department of Art as Applied to Medicine including M.T. Wishart, long time director of the Department and her assistant E. Hopper. They were done for two publications: "Surgery of the Hand" by Dr. John H. Cowen, University of Toronto Press 1939 (box/001); "The Essentials of Obstetrics and Gynaecology "by Dr. A.W. Scott and Dr. H.B. VanWyck, Philadelphia, Lea and Fabiger, 1946 (boxes /002-/006).
Contains general academic and administrative files including Dean's reports on departmental policy, addresses and papers presented by Prof. N. Joy as well as publications related to departmental activities.
Contains files created in the Chairman's office and the General Office, include correspondence of the Chair of the department; departmental records relating to programmes, societies, women, research, university, graduate, undergraduate and faculty.
'The Kramers Lecture Group, University of Toronto', (Department of Physics).
Records relating to the construction of McLennan Physical Laboratories and the facilities for the Dept. of Physics in particular. Includes correspondence, reports, estimates, space planning proposals etc collected and prepared by members of the department.
This accession contains material related to the electron microscope. The accession includes some articles on the microscope, a small amount of correspondence between group members and others.
Drawings and photoprints: Portraits of scientists; group photoprints of members of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, the International Mathematical Congress and the First National Symposium on Colloid Chemistry.
Printed programme, with abstracts of papers, for the International Conference on Physics of Transition Metals, held at the University of Toronto from August 15 to 19, 1977. Also sound recordings of the proceedings of some of the plenary sessions and panels.
Planning files relating to departmental review (1987- 1991), salary increase instructions(1988-1991), chairs' meetings (1990-1994), budget cuts (1992-2000), budget projection (1993-1994) and audit reports (1995). Includes files on the Emilio Goggio Chair of Italian Studies (1994-1997) and the Frank Iacobucci Centre for Italian Canadian Studies (1995).
Contains correspondence with bursary donors to the Summer Program in Sienna.
This accession contains PhD student files. Each file consists of admission, registration, and confirmation forms, correspondence between department administration and the student, PhD proposals, student transcripts, and exam results. While the files contain items ranging from 1988-2007, the degree conferred dates of the students range from 1999-2007.
Contains mainly research notes and some related correspondence. Sound discs relating to hearing tests.
Contains introductory remarks to Dr. James Bovell's first lecture in Pathology at King's College, 1849.
Photographs include staff composites, ca. 1928-1936; portraits of William Brebner, William Hendry and Ronald Saddington who were University of Toronto graduates who died of a virus contracted while conducting research; the gathering of the American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists at the Royal York, 1934; portraits of staff members including William Lipsett Robinson and William Lindlow Holman.
Five volumes of typescripts (carbon) of field notes of Professor A.P. Coleman, compiled by the Royal Canadian Institute. These notes are on the drift deposits of Ontario and Canada as they relate to the glacial geology of the regions visited by Dr. Coleman. Locality and subject indices are appended to end of each volume.
Contains correspondence and subject files of David W. Strangway while chairman of the department; applications for teaching position and tenure files; grants, accreditation visit to Ecole Polytechnique (Montreal), Universities Space Research Association Proposal Evaluation Program, various reports, minutes of meeting and publications.
This accession contains individual files for PhD students enrolled with the Department of French. Individual files contain PhD thesis abstracts, correspondence, internal and external grading, and registration/enrolment information.
Accession consists of administrative files kept for students in the PhD program in the Department of French (1991-1997). Files include student transcripts, academic histories, thesis defense results, and administrative correspondence with potential thesis examiners.
Consists of subject files compiled for the writing of a departmental history, including administrative files on undergraduate and graduate teaching; University divisions, French teachers, programmes, theatre productions, and oral history. Most files include annotations and notes.
Records of the Department of Engineering Drawing, consisting of instructions and problems sets for 1st to 4th year courses in engineering problems and drawing (1936-1965); problems in mathematics for 1st and 2nd year students (1944-1963); course notes in mathematics taken by Professor William James Turnbull Wright from Professor Samuel Beatty during the summer of 1933 and the academic years 1934-1936; lantern slides, most of which belonged to Professors Roy Cockburn and C. H. C. Wright (1912-1946). Also included are records of the Department of Civil Engineering, consisting of a report on hydro-electric power on the Bow River by John Bow Challis (191-) and undergraduate project reports (1970) on the problems of parking on the University of Toronto campus.
Wright, William James Turnbull
Contains graduated, lapsed and withdrawn PhD student files
Doctoral student records (1999-2003)
Contains PhD student files, including lapsed and withdrawn students. Also contains the records of students who were awarded a Masters degree instead of the Doctorate.