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Canada

Canada (including the Canadian Institute of International Affairs, the Canadian Institute of International Affairs, the constitution, federal-provincial relations, nationalism, Ontario Advisory Committee on Confederation and regionalism)

Canada Council

During the 1980's Prof. Schabas held appointments to committees of the Canada Council: Advisory Arts Panel and Music and Opera Advisory Committee, 1981-1984; and from 1988 to 1993, the Music and Opera Advisory Committee. Included in this subseries are correspondence, copies of reports such as the "Festival Concert Society, Les Jeunesses musicales du Canada and the National Youth Orchestra" (1989), and Arts Grants jury.

Canada Council material

Sub-series consists of includes correspondence and official documentation related to Watson’s activities with various panels and committees of the Canada Council, where she served as a consultant and jury member who read submitted manuscripts and applications for writing and travel grants. This also includes material in which Sheila was a recipient of such awards and grants, as a result of her publishing and public speaking.

Files include:

  • 2006 01 672 General correspondence from The Canada Council, 1979-1982
  • 2006 01 673 Canada Council news releases, 1979 -1995
  • 2006 01 674 Correspondence regarding Governor General's Awards jury participation, 1972-1981
  • 2006 01 675 Correspondence regarding grants committee jury participation, 1975 -1987
  • 2006 01 676 Correspondence regarding Advisory Arts Panel participation, 1979 -1982
  • 2006 01 677 Correspondence regarding receipt of Canada Council public readings grants, 1974 - 1984
  • 2006 01 678 Correspondence regarding nomination for Governor General's Award, 1992
  • 2006 01 679 Correspondence from Katherine Berg
  • 2006 01 680 Correspondence from Luc Jutras

Carpentry details

This sub-series consists of a drawing showing carpentry details for a white oak notice board, including cross sections and an elevation.

Centennial College

The subseries E.3 Centennial College covers the years 1969 and 1974. The materials included here relate mostly to the short-lived idea that Centennial College and Scarborough College should be “twinned” to maximize resource sharing. The files are composed of minutes, correspondence, and other documents.

Centre for Ethics, Larkin Building

18 items : 18 printed drawings. These drawings show possible locations for the construction for the Centre of Ethics. The presentation and concept drawings outline the redevelopment of the second floor of the Larkin Building to include the Centre as well as the possibility of including the Centre in the basement of Trinity College, as an alternative. A later design was built on the second floor of the Larkin Academic Building. All project drawings, including 'as built' drawings, are included.

Chamber Music Series

Consists of recorded events and concerts associated with the Chamber Music Series of events at the Faculty of Music. Events took place in Walter Hall, and feature prominent Canadian Chamber Music ensembles.

Chamber Music Series

Consists of recorded events and concerts associated with the Chamber Music Series of events at the Faculty of Music. Events took place in Walter Hall, and feature prominent Canadian Chamber Music ensembles.

Chapel Addition

This sub-series consists of 253 drawings outlining the design and construction of the Trinity College Chapel. Many full scale architectural details are included, as are original ink-on-linen architectural drawings. Plans for the Chapel Addition to Trinity College, Toronto by Sir Giles Scott & Son, Architects, London, England and Associate Architects George & Moorhouse, Toronto, Job No. 387, range in date from 1947 when the preliminary drawings were first made by Sir Giles Scott, to 1955 when the final stages of construction were completed by George & Moorhouse. Many drawings bear no date. The plans are found on several formats and materials. The drawings sent from England by Sir Giles Scott & Son are white�prints. The drawings done by Associate Architects George & Moorhouse, Toronto, are linen, tissue, with additional blueprints and photoprints. In many cases, only the blueprint copy has survived at this location. In order to assemble a complete set, in sequence, it has been necessary to include both original drawings and blueprint copies. Preliminary plans for the Proposed Chapel, Trinity College, have been annotated, "Anthonys", possibly W.E. Anthony. George & Moorhouse's stamp for Men's Residence & Dining Hall has been used for Dwg No. U of T 12-115.

Chaucer course

Sub-series consists of records relating to Johnston's teaching of the course on Chaucer, 1959-2004, including assignment and test sheets, lecture notes, and bibliographies.

Chemical and biological warfare

Subseries consists of records documenting Dr. Franklin’s concerns around chemical and biological warfare/weapons (CBW), as a scientist, a Quaker, and a member of VOW. Subseries includes background material on issues relating to the making, testing and use of chemical poisoning.

According to Dr. Franklin, both Voice of Women and some members of the scientific community were interested in clarifying Canada’s role in this area of research and development, including the role of universities. These groups were also active in public education to achieve a complete banning of research, production, testing and use of such weapons. There are several recurring issues: one is Canada’s official role in the research and testing of chemical weapons, particularly the use, on behalf of her allies, of the test station in Suffield, Alberta. Voice of Women in particular made many attempts to question the use of this large tract of land for testing highly poisonous agents. The Canadian government always responded that their work has been entirely defensive, i.e. the testing of protective clothing for soldiers who might be subjected to chemical attacks. The Canadian government has never attempted to suggest that it could protect civilians or that in fact protection was possible. The storage of small amounts of toxic gases on the grounds of Suffield was never denied, however subsequent inquiries showed that the military found it impossible to actually track down the existing location of their supplies.

Records in this subseries include background material from public sources, as well as unclassified Suffield documents. One of the strong forces in the Canadian scientific community who tried to expose research activities in Canadian universities has been Dr. Arthur Forrer of York University’s Department of Biology. He did much to assess the published papers of staff members from Suffield to ascertain their professional expertise so as to deduce the area of their classified activities.

See also: Relevant tapes can be found in Series 18 (Sound recordings), including the visit of VOW members to Suffield; an interview of Ester McCantiless by Dr. Franklin regarding work at the Suffield military base and recruitment of her students; an interview with chief of the Defence Research Board and Muriel Duckworth and Ursula Franklin; and Dr. Franklin’s recorded thoughts to Ann Gertler re the failure of the Chemical, Biological Warfare Control Workshop.

Cheque and deposit books

Sub-series consists of cheque and deposit books for some of Nouwen's banking accounts. Includes Nouwen's used cheque books with carbon copies from his Bank of Montreal accounts. Includes deposit books for two of Nouwen's Bank of Montreal accounts. Also includes a bank cheque record book from Nouwen's Connecticut Bank and Trust account. A summary of the activity in these accounts can be found on the account statements in the General Financial Files and the Personal Accountant Files.
The material has been arranged chronologically. Box 258 contains cheque books from October 1989 to August 1994 and deposit books from January 1987 to December 1992. Box 259 contains cheque books from September 1994 to September 1996 and deposit books from January 1993 to August 1995.

China

Subseries consists of records relating to Dr. Franklin’s trip to China for the International Conference of Early Metallurgy, including background and planning material, correspondence, reports, articles, and notebooks. Subseries also contains booklets, postcards and related to various historical sites and artifacts in China.

Chinese black mirrors

Subseries consists of records relating to Dr. Franklin’s research on Chinese black mirrors. Records include data, research, micrographs, reports, papers, manuscript drafts, and correspondence.

Choral manuscript music

Subseries consists of blueprint-style manuscripts, manuscripts written in ink or pencil, and copies of blueprint scores. Most of the manuscripts are Leslie Bell's arrangements of other composers' original popular, folk, or classical music for choir, with some original compositions. Information about the original composers, intended ensembles, dates, and where and when the songs were performed is not consistently recorded in the manuscripts' heading. There are also symbols and words that are unidentifiable, such as "B.G." and "Jordan," which appear frequently. The manuscripts are generally autographed with one of the following: Leslie Bell, Leslie Richard Bell, L.B., or L.R.B. All information that is provided has been transcribed in the finding aid.

City of Scarborough

The subseries E.8 City of Scarborough covers the years 1963 to 1977 and 1985 to 1988. The materials relate to the surrounding community as well as the corporate body of the city. Subjects include by-laws that affect the university, transportation, postal delivery, ARTS Scarborough, and the Guild of All Arts, among many others. The files are composed of a wide variety of materials, including reports, correspondence, and other documents.

Classical Economics

Classical Economics, (1992) was designed as a text book for advanced undergraduate and graduate students and presents many of the ideas Hollander espoused in his books on Smith, Ricardo and Mill. Taped lectures found in Series V formed the starting point of the book.

Included are early and final drafts.

Clinical files

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

Clinical files

Sub-series consists of clinical records created by Dr. Farrar as a physician at New Jersey State Asylum such as patient files and correspondence.

Clippings and Publications

Subseries consists of press clippings and publications related to Kathleen Parlow's life and musical career. Subseries includes scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, magazines, as well as loose newspaper and magazine articles. Notable topics in these clippings and publications include performance reviews, articles about Kathleen Parlow's arm injury and recovery, etc.

Clippings and Scrapbooks

The subseries E.9 Clippings and Scrapbooks covers the years 1963 to 2006. The materials form a collection of articles clipped from newspapers and magazines that relate to Scarborough College/UTSC, the University of Toronto, the university community, and various other tangential subjects. At the end of the series are eight scrapbooks, four of which continue to be housed in their original covers; these items were assiduously maintained and present a day-to-day reflection on perceptions of Scarborough College/UTSC. Many of the earliest clippings are concerned with the origins of the school and its physical characteristics, while later articles cover all manner of subjects: internal governance, community involvement, students, staff, and faculty, campus events, and many more. Also included are posters, pamphlets, flyers, and other materials relating to a wide range of campus events.

Colleagues

Subseries consists of records pertaining to particular colleagues with whom Dr. Franklin worked closely at different points in her career, including Debbie Garfinkel (from the Collegium Archaeometricum and University of Toronto), J.E. Rehder (Senior Research Associate in the Department of Metallurgy and Materials Science, University of Toronto), Moain Sadeq (a Palestinian expert in archaeology and Islamic art history), and Bruce Trigger (archaeologist/anthropologist at McGill). Records include correspondence, copies and drafts of papers, and research records.

The subseries also provides extensive documentation of work done with/by Vanda Vitali, who was one of Dr. Franklin’s PhD students and went on to be a colleague. Dr. Vitali worked with Dr. Franklin as a research assistant, and later on the Carthage project. Records include her CV, correspondence, thesis and research notes, and papers and drafts, articles.

Subseries also contains a number of files regarding Zdenka Volavka, Professor in Fine Arts at York University and specialist of African art and artifacts. Files contain correspondence, research material and data, notes, and academic work. Some files also include micrographs and samples.

Collected Essays IV (Proposed)

This sub-series consists of correspondence and preliminaries for the creation of another text Collected Essays IV (Proposed 2013) with a working title “Adam Smith on ‘Natural Liberty’ and the Correction of Market Failure, and other Essays on Classical and Marxian Political Economy.

Collected articles

Sub-series consists of more than 70 articles collected by Nouwen for his research, writing, speeches, as reference for his duties as pastor, and for general interest. The sub-series consists of newspaper, magazine and journal articles as well as copied chapters from books and three manuscripts.
It is not known the exact purpose or reason these articles were kept, therefore, the archivist has arranged the sub-series in alphabetical order by title of the article. The articles in this series were likely collected and kept by Nouwen. There are other articles in 1.8.13. Henri Nouwen fonds - Administrative resources files. There are three files with a collection of articles (14081, 14082, 14083). These articles were likely given to Nouwen and so were filed with resources when they came in with letters.

Collected artwork

Sub-series consists of artwork depicting Henri Nouwen and other framed images and sculptures, which may have been displayed in Nouwen's office or living space.

Collected audio cassettes

Sub-series consists of 54 audio cassettes collected by Nouwen. The sub-series contains commercial and non-commercial audio cassettes.

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