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Coates 1st 1997 accession

Photographs and art work documenting the work of Frederick Coates and his wife, Louise Brown, including photos of Coates sculpting, the building of their home "Sherwood", and scenes of Hart House theatre plays including 2 taken by Allan Sangster. Also included are water colours of costume designs.

Coates 2nd 1997 accession

Notes, correspondence, memorial books and a will about Frederick and Louise Coates; photoprints, photo album, slides, scrapbook, sketchbook, greeting cards, 1 oil painting, medals, printing blocks, pottery, and a sculpture documenting their careers and artistic work.

Coates 2000 accession

Five Art Deco works of art by Frederick Coates, consisting of three stage sets for 'Danse Fronds' (ca. 1929), 'Fashions' (ca. 1928), and 'The Storm Centre' (1927); a theatre design featuring a clown; and a still life entitled 'The Blue Plate' (1922).

Drummond 1983 accession (2)

Consists of records relating to the following: Trinity College and funding, Temple Centenary Conference (1964-1981); Department of Political Economy administrative records relating to graduate programme, etc (1963-1974); Publications: manuscript for "Canada's Trade with Communist Countries", "Diefenbabble", "Tripartite Conversations and the Management of the Exchanges..."; Research materials on South Africa; Colloquia: papers presented at the Colloquium on Financial crises and the Lender of Last resort, 1979; Donald C. McGregor papers on H.A. Innis' Economic geography course, 1924-1925 with maps and notes by D.C. McGregor; Tape recording of Drummond manuscript re Edwin Banfield Affair, 1974.

Drummond 1995 and 1996 accessions

Arranged in eleven series, this accession includes records pertaining primarily to Professor Drummond's academic career from his years as a doctoral student at Yale to his final years as professor of economics at the University of Toronto. Personal and professional correspondence, manuscripts of both published and unpublished works including books, articles, papers and presentations, research materials and teaching materials document his contribution to the study of economic history relating to Canada and other commonwealth countries as well as Europe. Some records relating to his administrative activities at the University of Toronto will be found in Series 5 and in correspondence contained in Series 2 and 3.

Drummond 1979 accession

Personal and professional correspondence of Professor Ian Drummond (1963-1976); manuscripts of his books, "Imperial Economic Policy" and "Economics: Principles and Policies in an Open Economy"; manuscripts of articles, chapters of books, and of book reviews; papers on broadcasting.

University of Toronto. Department of Family and Community Medicine. Global Health Program

This accession from the Department of Family and Community Medicine documents the work done through the Global Health Program. Records relate to the administration and evaluation of the program, and include reports, workshop pamphlets and handouts, financial overviews, meeting minutes, curriculum information, and correspondence.

Land 2008 accession

This accession documents Prof. Land’s professional activities with the Canadian Library Association, the Ontario Library Association and the Institute of Professional Librarians prior to his appointment as Director of the School of Library Science in 1964. There is only one file related to talks on the University of Toronto Library to classes such as Paul Fox’s political science class.

Land 1997 accession

These records document the activities of Brian Land as an undergraduate at the University of Toronto and as a librarian; as executive assistant (1963-1964) to Walter Gordon when, as Minister of Finance, he presented his first budget in the House of Commons in 1963; as a member of the executive of the Davenport-Dovercourt Liberal Association (Gordon’s constituency), and as advisor to and partial author of Gordon’s incomplete memoir, Pursuit of an ideal – Canadian independence. They also cover his involvement in the 1962 federal election (the subject of his MA thesis) that was published in 1965 as Eglinton: the election study of a federal constituency.

Land 1993 accession

Consists of correspondence, diaries, addresses, notes, minutes, reports, manuscripts, photoprints, a watercolour, a sketch and an architectural drawing documenting Dr. Land's career as a professor of and administrator in library science at the University of Toronto and as provincial librarian of Ontario.

Land 1978 accession

Minutes, reports and correspondence from Prof. Land's tenure as chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee on Instructional Media and as a member of the Advisory Committee on Instructional Media.

Bissell 2017 accession

This accession contains slides taken by Claude or Christine Bissell of many colleagues including Marshall McLuhan, Jack Sword, Robin Harris, Don Forster, Donald Ivey, as well as canadian writer Robertson Davies, poet Robert Finch, and artist Barker Fairley. There are many more images of friends and colleague, some identified, some not. Also included are some portraits including a colour transparency of Bissell's Installation photograph, photographs of official events and Bissell's 80th Birthday Party.

Bissell 2013 accession

Scrapbook documenting the Canadian Art Exhibition at the Tate Gallery in London, 1938. Includes mainly reviews from various newspapers but these are extensive. It was prepared by the Press Office, Canada House.

Bissell 2011 accession

Records document Claude Bissell’s personal and professional life. Unlike previous accessions, B2011-0018 contains extensive personal correspondence with family members especially while he was posted overseas during the 2nd World War as well as with his wife Christine (Series 4). There are also several series that document Bissell’s personal life rather than his professional life including his creativity through music, drama and poetry (Series 12) and his relationship with his brother Keith (Series 15). Nonetheless, most of the other records in this accession complete series of records found in earlier accessions and include many of his lectures (series 8 and 9), writings (Series 5 and 6) as well as his post-retirement diaries which completes an earlier run in B1988-0091 (Series 11). «

Bissell 2003 accession

Personal papers of Claude Thomas Bissell documenting his life as a student, professor in Canadian and English literature, university administrator and president of the Unversity of Toronto, and his activities after he stepped down as president. Includes personal correspondence; notes, essays and course material relating to his academic studies at the U of T and Cornell University; correspondence, memoranda and reports on university administration and structure; lecture notes; research materials, including index cards; files on professional activities; manuscripts of articles, addresses, and a photograph.

Bissell 1st 2001 accession

Records documenting various publications written by Claude Bissell including such titles as 'The Young Vincent Massey', 'Imperial Canadian', 'Halfway up Parnassus'. Includes typescripts, manuscripts, correspondence.

Bissell 1993 accession

Correspondence, course notes, lecture notes, scrapbook, notes, manuscripts, articles, programs, photoprints, posters, and press clippings documenting the career of Claude Bissell as a student, a professor of English literature, and as an administrator, especially in his capacity as president of Carleton College (Ottawa) and the University of Toronto.

Bissell 1988 accession

31 volumes of diaries and journals of Claude Thomas Bissell, covering the period from his third year as an undergraduate at the University of Toronto to the end of his presidency of the same university. No diary was kept for the period June, 1943 to August, 1945, during his military service during World War II with the Army in England and Northwest Europe. There are also no diaries for the years 1963-1965 in this accession.

Bissell 2nd 1987 accession

Typescript of "Introduction to Chinese Diary" by Claude T. Bissell, 87 p. For an earlier draft, see B1984-0036/014(10).

Bissell 1989 accession

Correspondence, notes, addresses, articles, reports, press clippings, and photoprints, largely relating to Claude Bissell's activities at the University of Toronto following his resignation as president in 1971, and his literary interests. Topics covered include the student movement in the 1960s, several presidential committees, the "University of Toronto Quarterly", the McLuhan programme, the Khaki University in Canada (1945-1946), and Frederick C. Wade's documents on the history of the University of Toronto (1920-1922).

Bissell 1st 1987 accession

Claude Bissell's undergraduate and graduate term papers at the University of Toronto and Cornell University (1932-1940); correspondence, reports, programme materials, and briefs to committee to establish a Canadian/American Institute (1972-1975); correspondence as advisor to the editorial board of "Encyclopedia Brittanica" (1957-1960); correspondence as literary consultant to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (1972-1975).

Bissell 2nd 1986 accession

General correspondence (1962-1984); miscellaneous literary correspondence (1940-1976); correspondence with literary and other people such as Burgon Bickersteth, Robert Finch, Northrop Frye, Hugh Hood, Mordecai Richler, Lester Pearson, Malcolm Ross and A.S.P. Woodhouse; offers of employment (1940-1974) and correspondence regarding appointments (1938-1983); and correspondence regarding and notes for a visiting lectureship at the University of Ghana in 1976 (1969-1976).

Bissell 1st 1984 accession

Personal records of Claude Bissell, consisting of correspondence, lecture notes, addresses, manuscripts, pamphlets, press clippings, postcards and photographs documenting his career as a professor of English, president of the University of Toronto, and a writer. His private correspondents include J. B. Bickersteth, Earle Birney, E. K. Brown, Morley Callaghan, Robertson Davies, Marshall McLuhan and Elsie May Pomeroy. «

Glass 1995 accession

Biographical files, certificates and diplomas, professional and personal correspondence, lecture notes on gas dynamics (1954-1963); files on professional associations, conferences, and trips; drafts of articles and addresses, and photoprints documenting Dr. Glass's career as a professor of aerospace studies and a specialist in shock waves, and his personal interest in the Jewish peoples through his involvement, in particular, with Canadian Professors for Peace in the Middle East, the Committee of Concerned Scientists, and the Sino-Judaic Institute.

Glass 1994 accession

Biographical files, correspondence, course notes, lecture notes, research files, addresses, manuscripts and publications, photographs and slides, audio tapes and film documenting the career of Irvine Glass as a specialist in shock waves and a professor and administrator at the Institute for Aerospace Studies. There are extensive files on his research interests (including the American space program), professional associations and conferences, sabbatical leaves and trips, and on his personal involvement in Jewish issues through the Canada-Israel Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Canadian Professors for Peace in the Middle East, and the Committee of Concerned Scientists.

Anyone researching Dr. Glass' career will find the several versions of his curriculum vitae in box 001, file 01 useful in gaining an overall view of his career and in determining what he regarded as significant at various stages in it.

University of Toronto Scarborough Library

This accession contains records from the University of Toronto Scarborough Library. Includes correspondence between the College Librarian (Robert Ball) and various administration, annual reports (1980-1984), miscellaneous project and event files, and some bulletins and reports (1981-1986).

University of Toronto. Department of Public Affairs

Press kit for the announcement of David Naylor as University of Toronto President contained on a CD. Includes press release, backgrounder, list of past presidents and photographs of the following: Bahen Centre, Convocation Hall, Soldiers's Tower University College, Student Centre at Uof T Mississauga and the main building at Scarborough College.

Morris Wolfe Papers

This first accession includes the complete archive of the life and work of writer and editor, Morris Wolfe.

Wolfe, Morris

University of Toronto Mississauga. Department of Language Studies

This accession contains personnel (human resources, HR) records of retired and terminated faculty from the University of Toronto Mississauga campus who had appointments within the Department of Language Studies and its predecessor, University of Toronto's Humanities Department. These files predate the Dept of Language Studies (est. in 2008). They are from years ago before departments had their own budgets and we were just listed as Humanities. It included departments such as Philosophy, Fine Art (no longer a dept on campus), German (no longer a department or formal program of study - only service courses now), Italian, French, English, Drama, Slavic Studies, History, and Classics.

Univerisity of Toronto. International Student Centre

Records of: 1) Overseas Student Advisor (1960-1966) including correspondence, conference files, housing files; 2) Friendly Relations with Overseas Students (1948-1965) including general administrative files, correspondence, financial records, files relating to International House, Executive Committee files, reports and records of the Community Committee (1951-1969); International Student Centre (1963-1970) including records of the Executive Committee, Advisory Board, Student's Committee, activities and program files, general administrative correspondence with student organizations both on campus and national groups, publications and photographs.

Canada. Canadian Army. Canadian Officers Training Corps. University of Toronto Contingent

Service records and lists (1914-1950); financial records (1915-1965); histories and reports (1914-1964); war diaries (1939-1945); minutes of committees and officers' meetings (1921-1957); order books and manuals (1915- 1948); publications (1901-1937); photographs and one painting.

Skilling 2012 accession

The material consists of the personal records of Professor Skilling and focuses primarily of Skilling’s academic work, and includes research notes and drafts of his doctoral thesis, The German-Czech National Conflict in Bohemia, 1779-1873, as well as notes and drafts supporting the revision of this thesis, which Skilling worked on for several years. There is also some correspondence with other scholars in the field of Eastern European studies, as well as publishers and editors.

The accession also contains some of Professor Skilling’s personal belongings and awards, such as medals, honorary degrees, and photographs and slides of his personal and professional life.

Skilling 2009 accession

Correspondence, research notes, manuscripts etc. of Prof. Gordon Skillling relating to his career as professor of political science. Includes files for Josef Pekar, Czech politics, etc.

Skilling 2nd 2002 accession

Personal records of H. Gordon Skilling, consisting of: Masaryk medal awarded by the Czechoslovak Association of Canada, 1985; certificate, case and medallion relating to honorary degree awarded by Charles University, Prague, 1990; Komensky medal awarded by Komensky University, Bratislava, 1990; certificate and medal for the Order of the White Lion, Third Class, Czechoslovakia's highest honour for non-citizens, awarded by President Vaclav Havel on Professor Skilling's 80th birthday, 28 February 1992.

Skilling 1st 2002 accession

Bibliographic references and research notes on index cards, with some accompanying notes, compiled by Professor Gordon Skilling for his book, 'Czecholslovakia's Interrupted Revolution', along with three boxes of other notes and references relating to Samizdat and dissent, Charter '77, Czechoslovak history and Czech-German relations.

Skilling 2001 accession

Records documenting the history of the family of Harold Gordon Skilling, including his father, William Watt Skilling; his uncle, Ernest John Skilling; his brothers, William John, Andrew Douglas and Edward Donald; and his wife, Sara (Sally) Bright Skilling.

Sous-fonds I: Skilling family. The emphasis is on William Watt, a shoemaker who emigrated from England to Canada in 1907; on Ernest, who was a very active member of the Ancient Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine; on Donald, who was killed in action during World War I, and on his brother, William, who was wounded but survived.

Sous-fonds II: Sara (Sally) Bright Skilling. The records focus on Sally’s education in the United States, her travels with Gordon in Eastern Europe in the 1960s, and on her love of entertaining. They document the crucial support, intellectual and otherwise, that she provided to Gordon as he pursued his career.

Sous-fonds III: Harold Gordon Skilling. The documentation here is primarily on Gordon’s education and early career and his later years as an expert on Russian and East European politics and on Czechoslovakia, in particular. An extensive combination of correspondence, journals, lectures, writings and photographs reveal much about Skilling’s ideas and his relationships with the principal figures in recent Czech history.

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