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Addresses

The addresses in this series are largely public talks, some of which were written on cards, that were delivered in conjunction with lantern slide shows that were highly popular at the turn of the century. The subjects are art, architecture, litera...

Manuscripts and Publications

W. H. Fraser's principal writing were of textbooks on French and German grammar, co-authored by John Squair and William Henry Van der Smissen. They were used for two generations in Ontario schools and had wide acceptance elsewhere. They wen...

Personal ephemera

This series contains a range of W.E. Gallie’s personal ephemera. Files include banquet invitations and programs, copies of high school examination forms, certificates, travel souvenirs, invitations to lectures, newspaper clippings and a large scra...

Education

This series contains certificates and diplomas, correspondence, course and lab notes, term papers and memorabilia documenting aspects of Davidson Black’s education, running from the Wellesley School through Harbord Collegiate and the Faculties of ...

Professional correspondence

Throughout his long career, Dr. Farrar had contact with the world’s leading physicians and psychiatrists. The records in this series document these professional connections. Records include letters from Sir William Osler , Sir David Henderson an...

Correspondence

Consists of 3 files1. Thomas Hodgins to Sir William Mulock, April 9, 18972. John George Hodgins to Sir W.R. Meredith, 19003. Letters between Rev. T.C. Street Macklem and J.W. Flavelle, March, 1906

Province of Ontario - Statutes

Consists of 3 files:Notes re Government Statutes, n.d.Notes: from (1897) Revised Statute of Ontario Cap. 298 [for (1901) 1 Edw. VIIICap. 41 (Ont.) An Act Respecting the University of Toronto and University College, 1897-1901Notes: from Revised S...

Alice and Lilian Dent

Series contains records and sample work produced by Lilian and Alice Dent, who worked as Kindergartners in Toronto for many years. Lilian Dent took her kindergarten training in New York (1898-1899), while Alice Dent was trained later in Toronto. S...

Research files

This series contains applications for research grants and research leave, along with a selection of Dr. Morton’s research files (the results of his research are documented in series 10). In part, this series documents the problems that academics ...

Correspondence

This series contains correspondence from 1898-1950. Baillie was a professor of Marine Biology at the UofT. The correspondence in this series is mainly with family and friends while Baillie was stations in England during WWI, but also contains pr...

Concert Programmes

Series contains concert programmes dated from 1939-1958. Programmes reflect performances from Kathleen Parlow as well as the performances of the South Mountain String Quartet, Parlow String Quartet, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Canadian Trio, and m...

University of Toronto

This series contains predominantly records documenting her academic activities at the University of Toronto. There is correspondence, reports, notes and plans documenting Benson's efforts, along with others, to have a women's athletic ...

Drawings

Twelve drawings made by Prof J. Satterly in England in 1899.

St.Hilda's College

This series consists of architectural records pertaining to either the construction history or to the physical plant of St. Hilda's College, Toronto, including all subsequent additions and renovations. This series includes land survey records...

Stott Scrapbook

This series contains a scrapbook of geometric drawings that belonged to Alicia Boole Stott (1860-1840) who originally termed the word “polytope” to describe a four dimensional convex solid. Stott was the third daughter of mathematician George Boo...

Graphic material

This series consists of photoprints, some photonegatives (including nitrate negatives), and slides documenting the activities of the Fraser family over two and more generations. While most of the images document the activities of Frieda and Bud, ...

Artifacts

Brass; engraved with Charles Verdin, France [ca 1878-1900]. Box lid (inside) engraved “JH Chapman Montreal”. Mechanical device used to measure blood pressure in the nineteenth century. It is considered the first external, non-intrusive device used...

Notes

This series consists of notes taken for research purposes, addresses, and lectures that are not clearly identified with a particular project or event. They were compiled from about 1932 to 1991, with an number of accompanying, heavily annotated, ...

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