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University of Toronto Archives and Records Management Services Series
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Subject Files

Series consists of subject files related to a broad range of organizations, groups, and activities. Material includes records related to the Royal Ontario Museum, the Canadian Social Sciences Research Council, various archaeological digs, UofT’s D...

Correspondence (Administrative)

Series consists of correspondence related to McIlwraith’s administrative roles and includes his teaching activity. Material includes students records, recommendations, and exams; correspondence related to UofT’s Department of Anthropology, and bet...

Personal and biographical

Series consist of records documenting McIlwraith’s personal life and includes certificates from the Washington Academy of Sciences and other organizations, correspondence, and a will.

Correspondence (Chronological)

Series consists of professional correspondence received from various individuals, governmental bodies, and organizations. Also included is a letter addressed to James Loudon, President of University College, written 1890’s.

Correspondence (Author)

Series consists of correspondence from colleagues and other individuals relating to McIlwraith’s research, teaching, and publishing. Included within the series is correspondence from Margaret Mead, letters related to his research on the Nuxalk Nat...

Bound volumes

The bound volumes described herein, including the scrapbooks, were compiled by Janet Cumming McLennan as a memorial to her brother, Sir John Cunningham McLennan, Professor of Physics at the University of Toronto. Many of the photographic reproduc...

Photographs

Portraits of Professor Macallum; copies of illuminated address presented to Professor Macallum on 9 March 1906 by undergraduates in the Faculty of Medicine, on the occasion of his election to the Royal Society of Canada. Taken by Steffens-Colmer, ...

Mary Ham

Correspondence and documents related to or belonging to Mary Ham. There are extensive notes of condolence and correspondence at the death of James Ham in 1997. Most items are annotated by Mary Ham indicating the relationship of the correspondenc...

Artifacts

B1999-0012 includes one red brick from the Old School of Practical Science which was demolished in September 1966; plaque presented to Dean Ham by the Engineering Alumni, 1973; plaque – Teaching Award given to Ham by the Student Administrative Cou...

Health

Series documents Ham’s failing health especially from the point that he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease which eventually claimed his life on September 16 1997. Included are detailed medical records, daily diary, notes, correspondence, nega...

Non-professional activities

This series documents Ham’s activities which he considered non-professional such as his involvement in such groups as: the Student Christian Movement; the World Council of Churches; the World University Service for which he attended a meeting in I...

Personal correspondence

This series is almost entirely made up of letters of condolence to the Ham Family at the death of Jane Ham, a daughter who was tragically killed by a truck on her way to school. A note written by Mary Ham describing the event and her daughter’s s...

Graphic

Photographs, negatives, drawings and photo albums document Ham’s life, activities and research. Some of the photographs have been removed from textual files and these cases have been identified with a separation notice.

Teaching

Records relating to his teaching activities in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Toronto are found in this series. This includes lecture notes, problem sets and solutions relating to courses in Computer Control, Optimum...

Education

This series consists of a fairly complete set of student course notes compiled by Ham while an undergraduate in Electrical Engineering at the University of Toronto from 1939-1943 and as a graduate student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technolo...

University of Toronto. Office of the President

This small series relate to Ham’s role as President. Most of the series contains Ham’s personal notes and recollections with regard to personnel, meetings on University planning, research, finances, as well as meetings with senior administrative ...

The Brookings Institution

After leaving the University of Toronto in 1983, Ham was given a Fellowship in Science and Public Policy at the Brookings Institution in Washington D.C.. This series documents the research project undertaken by Ham in the area of occupational hea...

Appointment books

This series consists of appointment books noting meetings and engagements of both a professional and personal nature. There is a complete run from 1963 to 1993 as well as a second set for the years 1967-1969 while he was Dean of Engineering.

General correspondence

This series consists of general correspondence mainly of a professional nature arranged chronologically. It relates to Series II, Professional Activities, since it documents Ham’s activities and professional relationships both outside and within t...

Addresses and talks

This series contains records relating to Ham’s numerous speaking engagements at conferences, seminars, convocations, meetings of professional groups, luncheons, briefs to committees and government bodies. Files contain notes, working drafts and f...

Articles, reports and papers

This series includes manuscripts, drafts, research notes and correspondence relating to published and unpublished articles, research reports and papers. It documents Ham’s early engineering research relating to automatic control as it applies to ...

Appointments and honours

This series includes mainly correspondence relating to Ham’s various academic and administrative appointments, mainly at the University of Toronto and relating to his many honours and awards bestowed on him throughout his career. There is an abun...

Professional activities

This series documents Ham’s activities in professional engineering and academic associations, his extensive work on public boards and committees in the areas of occupational health and safety, science policy and the effects of technology as well a...

Published articles and chapters in books

During his career Professor Drummond participated in the production of a number of national and international publications. Included in this series is correspondence, drafts of articles and chapters in books, page proofs, etc relating to such pub...

Teaching materials

This series contains lecture notes, and other teaching materials on various topics of economic history delivered to students during his graduate studies days at Yale and through his years as professor of economic history at the University of Toron...

Papers and presentations

During his academic career, Professor Drummond prepared numerous papers and presentations for conferences and seminars held in Canada and other countries such as Argentina, England, Australia and the United States. Some of these papers were early...

Research materials

This series contains various materials collected by Professor Drummond relating to both Canadian and international economics. Among these are typescripts of articles by D.F. Forster on Canadian trade relations in the 1930's. Other materials...

Diplomas

Diplomas documenting Drummond's academic accomplishments including his Master diploma (1955) from the University of Toronto and his Ph.D. diploma from Yale

Books and monographs

This series consists of nine subseries relating to major publications written solely or in collaboration with colleagues. Only one file has survived relating to his first book, The Canadian Economy: structure and development published in 1966, rep...

Personal correspondence

This series consists of predominantly incoming correspondence from friends, family, students and colleagues arranged chronologically by year. Some professional correspondence found intermixed with personal correspondence has been left in the origi...

Professional Correspondence - Letters of reference

This series consists of inward and outward correspondence regarding references for former students, arranged alphabetically by surname in two groups for the period 1981-1987. One file contains letters of reference for 1973-1974

University of Toronto

This series consists of files on topics relating to the Department of Political Economy, Trinity College and to other academic and administrative areas and issues in the University. Includes correspondence, clippings, reports, and minutes of meeti...

Professional correspondence

This series consists of predominantly inward correspondence relating to teaching and research activities from the time of his appointment as Lecturer in economics at the University of Toronto to two years before his death. Correspondence is most ...

Subject correspondence

This series consists of correspondence filed by topic or correspondent, both professional and personal. Extensive correspondence concerns his period as Visiting Professor at Centre of Canadian Studies, University of Edinburgh, 1975-1976. Other su...

Talks

This series consists of one file only on talks given on the University of Toronto Library to Paul Fox’s class in political science (1a and 1b) when Prof. Land was Assistant Librarian.

Canadian Library Association

This series contains files of general correspondence and subject correspondence files documenting Prof. Land’s role as member of the Canadian Library Association and specific activities such as Co-ordinator of the Salary and Standards Committees, ...

Ontario Library Association

This series contains predominantly files documenting Prof. Land’s involvement with the OLA as a member of its Publications Committee, and as Second Vice-president (1962) and lst Vice-president (1963), arranged chronologically. Files include corres...

Graphic material

Two black-and-white photoprints of the graduating class in Arts, Victoria College, 1948. Two photographs were taken because of the large number of graduates

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