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[Scarborough Community misc.]

File includes promotional material for the Scarborough Town Centre; promotional material for Scarborough (industrial and residential); list of manufacturing industrial firms; population census 1964; Scarborough Social Soundings (questionnaire on social needs); list of clubs, associations, and local groups 1964.

[Service Ducts]

File includes clippings about architect John Andrews, original architecture. Includes images of the service ducts. File name taken from original file title.

[St George Campus - Events]

File includes materials regarding several St George campus events, including the presidential installation of John Roberts Evans, a flyer for a Sunday Afternoon Concert by the St. George United Church Senior Choir, Hart House anniversary events, and the dedication ceremony for the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library.

[St. George Campus, misc. ]

File includes various documents: a response to a written editorial on "Toronto's Biggest Landowner", the Spring 1992 Hart House Review, and a note regarding a new university inventory tracking system and an updated purchase requisition form.

[Students - 1988-1994]

File includes reports about UTSC students and student statistics. Also includes one clipping. Note: these items were included with the clippings above, but not foldered.

[Students]

Files include 48 black and white photographs and 6 colour photographs: [Various photos of students on campus].

[The Birdcatcher in Hell]

File contains one photo by Robert Lansdale of a Bread and Puppet theatre production, as well as a clipping from U of T News from December 1971 entitled, "Fiery demons and giant puppets grip attention of Bread and Puppet audience".

[Timeline]

File includes placards that seem to have been used for a timeline display of UTSC history. Also includes a printed version of the Office of Advancement's timeline.

[Transportation]

File includes correspondence regarding transportation to Scarborough College, encompassing both vehicular traffic (roads) and access by bus (TTC). Also includes bus schedules and a report by Principal A.F.W. Plumptre regarding a proposed public road through Scarborough College's valley property.

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