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University of Toronto. Faculty of Nursing

Microfilm copies of the marksheets and permanent record cards (PRC's) of students registered in the Faculty of Nursing. Also recorded on film are an outline of the procedures followed in the microfilming project and tables to be used in converting to letter grades the numerical grades which appear on the early permanent record cards and transcripts.

University of Toronto. School of Nursing

Obituaries, correspondence and manuscripts relating to the School's history (1956-1964); Twenty-fifth Anniversary material (1958); staff and student reports (1943-1966); publications of University of Toronto (1938-1966); pamphlets relating to nursing education and general education (1936-1960); miscellaneous pamphlets and clippings (1893-1964), and photographs.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Nursing. Office of the Dean

Correspondence and other files relating to the graduate program in Nursing while Helen Carpenter was Dean. Also files relating to the Dorothy Percy Scholarship Fund, the Directors of Nursing Group Conferences 1958, and the Conference on Clinical Nursing Specialist, 1973.
Graphic: Panoramic views of students enrolled in extension courses for nurses and journalists, 1923 and extension course graduates in Public Health Nursing, 1925; Graduating class, Public Health Nursing 1938; prints and negatives of Japanese visitors to the Faculty, 1979; portrait of Kathleen Russell.
Audio cassette of speech by Jean Wilson on the occasion of her retirement, 1974

University of Toronto. School of Nursing

Minutes of staff, committee and council meetings; administrative files; records relating to Rockefeller Foundation funding; teaching files and notebooks; student records; course outlines, timetables, assignments, class lists; alumnae files; reports, proposals, speeches and articles; examination questions (1920-1969); publications; scrapbooks, clippings, memorabilia and photographs.

Erindale College. Office of the Dean

Consists of files regarding Erindale College Council (1970-1985), Standing Committees: Academic Affairs (1976-1980), College Affairs (1976-1985),Executive (1975-1985). Include Business Affairs Committee (1983-1986), Audit and Finance sub-committee (1981-1986) and examinations (1968-1984).

Innis 1st 1972 accession

The arrangement of this archive reflects its handling by Harold Innis' literary executors and subsequently by members of the Rare Book Department and the University Archives. Some records were given to the Rare Book Dept. by M.Q.Innis as early as 1965; following her death in January 1972, her son Hugh Innis donated more records to RBD. These latter records had been collected and arranged by the executors (M.Q,Innis, Donald Innis, Del Clark, Donald Creighton and Tom Easterbrook), with the assistance of Jane Ward. In December 1972, RBD transferred the archives of Harold Innis to the University Archives. Three different attempts to arrange and describe the Innis records were never seen through to completion until the project was made a priority in May 1985, resulting in the present inventory.

Previous manipulation of the Innis archives made discernment of original order very difficult. This inventory bases arrangement and description on the guiding principle of provenance, and follows as accurately as possible the form and the function of the records. While the archives reflect Harold Innis' life and career, some of the series are based on artificial creations by Mary Quayle Innis as her husband's personal secretary and editor. The press clippings and scrapbooks are her creation, as are the bibliographic card file and the editorial records for the Communications manuscripts. The records of Innis' primary research appear before the draft manuscripts and publications. Three voluminous studies - Empire and Communications, The History of Communication, and The Idea File - are supplemented by Innis' reading notes found in Series VII and VIII.

The Innis archives cover the period from 1906 to 1970 and total 4.5 metres in extent; the bulk of the records date between 1920 and 1952. Records dating after Innis' death in 1952 pertain principally to the editorial preparation of several of his books that were reissued. There is also some record of posthumous Innis studies, and some references to Innis College and the Innis Foundation.
Access to the records in this accession has been restricted only in cases where the physical condition is considered fragile. Most of such restricted files are available in another form, such as typed transcripts or photocopies. Permission to use restricted or closed items must be obtained from the University Archivist.

In May 1979, a number of artifacts belonging to the Innis archives were transferred to A.S.Wood on behalf of the Harold Innis Foundation and Innis College. In March, 2010 these were returned to the University Archives and are now designated as /001ART. Researchers studying Innis should also consult B72-0025 for a more extensive record of his correspondence with colleagues and his University activities. The records of the Department of Political Economy will provide further evidence of Innis' administrative role.

Innis 2nd 1972 accession

  • UTA 1413-B1972-0025
  • Accession
  • 1918-1960, predominant 1918-1953
  • Part of Harold Innis fonds

The records of Harold Adams Innis that comprise B1972-0025 were given to the Rare Book Department late in 1972 to complement those of B1972-0003, a previous accession. B1972-0025 contains files pertaining to Innis’ career both within and outside of the University of Toronto. The correspondence in B1972-0025 gives a detailed documentation of Innis’ interests in the academic community.

Most of the records appear in the order in which they existed at the time this file list was prepared, that order was the work of M.Q. Innis and colleagues of H.A. Innis who arranged records from the Innis home and his office in the Department of Political Economy. The University Archives acquired this accession at some point from RBD, perhaps with the other accession, B1972-0003.

Alphabetical correspondence files are followed by subject correspondence files relating to the University departments or committees. Undated speeches, lectures and articles are arranged before those which can be identified. Review articles which have no author are arranged alphabetically by title, followed by identifiable reviews arranged alphabetically by author. Articles and reviews follow a chronological arrangement from 1918-1953; many of these are drafts or duplicates of those in B1972-0003.

Innis 1983 accession

Accession consists of correspondence, briefs, reports and other material relating to the Nova Scotia Royal Commission on Provincial Economic Enquiry (1934), assembled by Harold Adams Innis who was a member of the Commission.

Innis 1993 accession

Accession consists of correspondence to Harold Innis from family friends in Otterville, Ontario.

Halpenny 1987 accession

Consists of correspondence, lecture notes, student files, and addresses relating to teaching of library science and to publishing, especially in her capacity as editor of the University of Toronto Press.

Halpenny 2000 accession

This accession documents Francess Halpenny’s activities as a student ; with the Women’s Division of the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War II ; with amateur theatre groups ; as editor of the University of Toronto Press and the Dictionary of Canadian Biography ; as dean of the University of Toronto Faculty of Library and Information Science ; and as member of numerous academic and professional groups. It also documents Dr. Halpenny’s involvement in promoting social sciences and humanities generally and Canadian Studies in particular ; the honours and awards received throughout her career.

The accession includes 12 series:
I) Education and personal activities ;
II) Theatre ;
III) Honours and Awards ;
IV) University of Toronto Press ;
V) Royal Canadian Air Force. Women’s Division ;
VI) Dictionary of Canadian Biography ;
VII) University of Toronto ;
VIII) Royal Society of Canada ;
IX) National Library of Canada ;
XI) Other professional activities ;
XI) Research and Publications ;
XII) Talks and Conferences.

University of Toronto. Department of Ophthalmology and Vision Sciences

This accession contains early records from the Department of Ophthalmology and Vision Sciences dealing particularly with eye pathology. Included are several textual records proposing the formation of an ophthalmology department and photographs of early eye pathology labs. There are also a large number of slides containing samples of eye pathologies. Some patient records are included.

Clark/Moogk Family 1983 accession

Files assembled by Ernest George Moogk relating to the University of Toronto Contingent, Canadian Officers Training Corps, in particular its 50th anniversary (1964), its history project (1976-1978), and the activities of its Past Officers' Mess (1962-1978); files created by Ernest Moogk's wife, Virginia Clark Moogk, consisting of course notes for the Teacher's Course in the Faculty of Arts and Division of University Extension (summer, 1954, 1957-1958), and related class and prize lists (1957, 1958).

Photoprints include images of Harold Clark, Aubrey Hoffman Perry, Margaret Head Thomson, Applied Science and Engineering Rowing Crew I (1927-1928), graduating class in Applied Science and Engineering (1928), and the Central Steam Plant (1930).

Clark/Moogk Family 2009 accession

Personal records of Ernest George Moogk; his wife, Virginia Marguerite Clark Moogk; and his daughter, Marguerite Emma Moogk Hunt.

Ernie Moogk : paper, “The Germans in Canada” (ca 1930), photographs he took a University of Toronto Settlement camp that he organized (15 April 1956), list of 'professional engineering affiliates of The Company' (nd.), and list of support staff (?) at U of T (195-?).

Virginia Moogk : a list (post-1961) of names of 1929 graduates in Household Science and Household Economics, and a draft of the seating plan for a dinner (unidentified) with a list of speakers, including George Sidney Brett, W. J. Dunlop, and Virginia Moogk.

Marguerite Hunt : preliminary notes by A. S. P. Woodhouse for 'English 4K: Nineteenth century thought' (1955) and a letter (1925-12-18) from him to Maurice [unknown].

Clark (Harold) Family 1982 accession

Handwritten memoir by Harold Clark, "Dr. A. S. Vogt and his Mendelssohn Choir of Toronto", n.d., 13 p.; photoprints of Dr. Augustus Stephen Vogt, of members of the post-graduate course, Royal College of Dental Surgeons (1918), and of Ralph Mallory Clark (BASc 1926, instructor in Engineering Drawing, 1930-1942).

Clark (Harold) Family 1983 accession

Records relating to members of the Clark family, including: Harold Clark and his children, Ralph Mallory and Virginia Marguerite, and his son-in-law, Ernest George Moogk.

Included are correspondence and tributes on the death of Ralph Mallory Clark (1942); correspondence, notes, examinations, and military orders relating to Ernest Moogk's involvement with the Royal Canadian Engineers, the University of Toronto Contingent Canadian Officers Training Corps, and the Department of Military Studies (1937-1941); Virginia Moogk's course notes and exams for the Teachers Course in the Faculty of Arts, partly given through the Division of University Extension (1926-1927, 1930-1931, 1957-1959), and an address by her on public school education (193-).

Accompanying these textual records are a photo album of the Clark's on tour in Europe with the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, and several images of Dr. Augustus Stephen Vogt.

University of Toronto. Student Housing Service

Minutes and agenda from the Presidential Advisory Committee on Student Housing, housing policies and memoranda, reports, statistics, planning documents, brochures, and correspondence with university administrators, the Students Administrative Council, as well as tenant and neighbourhood associations.

University of Toronto. Centre for Medieval Studies

Contains Centre conference announcements, seminar and workshop information, notices for the Centre's Annual Lecture series (1964-2000), and Centre Steering Committee minutes (1968-2002). Includes files from The Report Group, which was established to compile a report on the Centre for Canada's Council on Graduate Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences in 1974-1975. The files include the Group's member information, meeting notes, memos, and correspondence. Also contains correspondence with other universities regarding their graduate studies programs, miscellaneous research materials, and files pertaining to the Centre's Adivisory Committee on Planning.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Medicine. Institute of Medical Science (IMS)

The records contain PhD student files for candidates who either graduated or withdrew in 2005-2006. Individual files contain email correspondence, student financial information (scholarships and grants), student transcripts, research, and faculty reviews. Box 1 contains student convocation files. These 2 boxes are a direct continuation of A2014-0006.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Medicine. Institute of Medical Science (IMS)

The records contain PhD student files for candidates who either graduated or withdrew in 2005-2006. Individual files contain email correspondence, student financial information (scholarships and grants), student transcripts, research, and faculty reviews. Box 1 contains student convocation files. Box 2 contains student withdrawal files.

Hart House Theatre

A collection of programmes for drama presentations held in Hart House Theatre by university and non-university groups such as the Central Ontario Drama Festival.

Hart House Theatre

Minutes, reports, constitution and correspondence of the University of Toronto Drama Committee. Programmes, and miscellaneous printed material for Hart House Theatre. Photoprints and drawings relating to productions; two Students Administrative Council group photos ca 1915.

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