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Photographs in this sub-series document Farrar’s extended family in Cattaraugus and New York state from about the 1870s to the early 1900s. There is a large collection of nineteenth century Carte de Visites and Portrait Cards of his parents, T.J. Farrar and Marie Farrar, and their relatives. Some are identified while others are not. Also among these photographs are images of the various Farrar homes in Cattaraugus, views of group outings such as picnics and parties ca. 1890s, as well as general views of Cattaraugus. Also found among these older photographs are three photographs of skeletons or skulls. The photographer of these experimental type images is unknown but is most probably a member of the Farrar family or C.B. Farrar himself. These photographs are grouped and arranged according to subject as outlined above.

This sub-series also includes photographs of Dr. Farrar’s immediate family, mainly his children, Evelyn and Clarice, and his first wife, Evelyn, before 1940. There are also two photographs of Joan Farrar, his second wife. There are numerous professional portraits and extensive snapshots documenting his early life with Evelyn, his various domiciles and the girls’ childhood. Also included in this series are portraits of Farrar from his early childhood up to around the 1950s. Included are portraits by Milne Studio of Toronto, Frederick William Lyonde and Sons of Toronto, and a reproduction of a painting of Dr. Farrar by artist, Archie Barns. Formal portraits are filed by person at the beginning while snapshots are filed afterwards and are grouped by subject and roughly sorted by date.

For Cattaraugus family photographs – See Box /001P.
For family portraits and snapshots – See Box /002P.
For oversize photographs relating to either – See Box /005P (01) and /006P (01)-(05) and /007P (01).

Manuscripts of novels

Sub-series consists of handwritten and typed drafts and manuscripts, metatext and relevant correspondence with editors related to Watson's two published novels, namely "Deep Hollow Creek" and "The Double Hook" and her unfinished unpublished novel "Landscape of the Moon". The files have been arranged by novel and then chronologically.

Manuscripts of short stories

Sub-series consists of handwritten and typed drafts and manuscripts of four of Watson's six published short stories, namely "Brother Oedipus", "Antigone", "The Rumble Seat" and "And the four animals..." and five unpublished short stories, featuring the characters Hania, Oedipus, Eurydice, Orpheus, Daedalus and Aesop, and a fragment of literary prose fictionalizing her experiences in Paris. There is no surviving documentation of Watson's first published short story "Rough Answer", which appeared in The Canadian Forum 18: 212 (September 1938): 178-180, nor "The Black Farm (A Modern Allegory)", which was first published in Queen's Quarterly 63:2 (Summer 1954): 220-228. The files have been arranged chronologically, frequently relying on the publishing dates of the short stories.

Manuscripts of poetry

Sub-series consists of four typescripts of a total of fourteen poems presumed to be Watson's. There is no surviving documentation of Watson's only published poem "The Barren Lands", (her name misspelled as "Theila Martin Doherty"), published in The Canadian Forum XV : 169 (October 1934): 20.

Non-fiction manuscripts

Sub-series consists of typed and handwritten research notes and draft manuscripts and typescripts related to 22 works of nonfiction, including articles she published about her academic research on Wyndham Lewis, and personal interest in art, as well as articles related to her role as an educator and professor of English, and reflections on her life as a writer. They have been arranged chronologically, frequently relying on the publication dates of individual pieces, and the publication dates of works cited by Watson. Many of the typescripts are tentatively attributed to Watson, as they do not contain any attributive annotations or comments by her and do not appear to have been published. Works that have been accurately dated to a particular conference or public reading have been filed under the Public readings and conference material sub-series of the Professional activities series. Works such as introductions, prefaces, endorsements and blurbs written by Watson for other authors and publications have been filed under the Editorial and collaborative materials sub-series of the Professional activities series. There does not appear to be any surviving documentation for four of Watson's published articles: "Swift and Ovid: The Development of Metasatire

University of British Columbia teaching material

Sub-series consists of one file containing two notices of appointment of Watson as a sessional lecturer at the University of British Columbia for the 1949/50 and 1950/51 terms and a memo regarding examination returns.

University of Alberta teaching material

Sub-series consists of files containing correspondence, administrative documentation, lecture materials and handouts, student papers and material from Ph.D. students relating to Watson's employment at the University of Alberta, as a professor of English.

Files include:

  • 2006 01 714 University of Alberta administrative records, 1961 - 1975
  • 2006 01 715 University of Alberta interdepartmental correspondence, 1967-1975
  • 2006 01 716 University of Alberta correspondence post-retirement, 1978, 1984
  • 2006 01 717 Lecture handouts, class lists and bibliographies, [between 1961 - 1975]
  • 2006 01 718 Exam questions regarding Ezra Pound's Cantos [between 1961 - 1975]
  • 2006 01 719 Lecture notes by student for English 676, February 9, 1966
  • 2006 01 720 Evaluation of student in English 676, 1972
  • 2006 01 721 Student essays, 1961- 1975
  • 2006 01 722 Posters for Open Seminar Series in Literature, 1971-1972
  • 2006 01 723 Manuscript regarding thesis supervision of John David Mighton [ca. 1966]
  • 2006 01 724 Manuscript and note regarding thesis supervision of Peter C. Montgomery [ca. 1966]
  • 2006 01 725 Notes regarding thesis supervision of Margaret Gail Ossachoff, 1978
  • 2006 01 726 Notes and documentation regarding thesis supervision of Paul Tiessen, 1973-1974

University of Toronto teaching materials

Sub-series consists of three files containing correspondence, administrative records and class lists regarding Watson's career as a teaching fellow at the University of Toronto during her doctoral studies, and as a Research Associate during the academic term of 1968-1969, where she and her husband Wilfred Watson were at the Centre for Culture and Technology at St. Michael's College. During her fellowship at the Centre, Watson acted as a teaching and general assistant to McLuhan, and he and his secretary frequently forwarded correspondence to her to manage and respond to.

Files include:

  • 2006 01 711 Correspondence and administrative records from the University of Toronto, 1957 -1969
  • 2006 01 712 Forwarded correspondence, reading lists and notes by Marshall McLuhan, 1968 - 1969
  • 2006 01 713 Class lists for English 438 and English 1110, 1968-1969

Post-retirement teaching material

Sub-series consists of two files containing correspondence and thesis material relating to the post-retirement supervision of thesis students by Watson.

Files include:

  • 2006 01 727 Correspondence regarding the thesis examination of Shirley Swartz, 1976
  • 2006 01 728 Manuscript of draft thesis by Hildegard Tiessen, 1980

Income tax returns and records

Sub-series consists of three files containing income tax returns, payments and assessments submitted and received by Sheila Watson.

Files includes :

  • 2006 01 858 Income tax returns receipts and records 1968 - 1979
  • 2006 01 859 Income tax returns and receipts and records 1980 - 1989
  • 2006 01 860 (1) Income tax returns, receipts and records 1990 - 1997
  • 2006 01 860 (2) Income tax returns, receipts and records, 1990 - 1997

Banking records and personal loans

Sub-series consists of one file containing banking and legal information regarding a personal loan from Sheila Watson. Material such as bank books, chequebook receipts and statement updates from the Bank of Montreal was deaccessioned as it did not contain material of significant evidential or informational value.

Pension and insurance records

Sub-series consists of four files containing correspondence, payments and receipts relating to Watson's teachers pensions and life and property insurance policies.

Files include:

  • 2006 01 866 Canada Pension Plan invoices 1983 - 1997
  • 2006 01 867 Alberta Public Service Pension invoices and correspondence, 1966 - 1995
  • 2006 01 868 Teacher's Pensions Fund (Province of British Columbia) correspondence, 1949, 1955
  • 2006 01 869 Life and house insurance policies, 1961 - 1971

Income payments and honorariums

Sub-series consists of four files containing income receipts from various employers of Sheila Watson, as well as honorariums she received in payment of her professional activities as a writer and speaker.

Files include:

  • 2006 01 862 Canada Council honorariums and grants
  • 2006 01 863 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) honorariums and royalty receipts
  • 2006 01 864 University of Alberta paychecks and employment records
  • 2006 01 865 University of Toronto statements of earnings

Medical bills

Sub-series consists of one file containing medical bills from dentists and doctors from Toronto, ON and Nanaimo, B.C.

Telephone bills

Sub-series consists of one file containing telephone bills for the Watson's home line in Nanaimo, B.C.

Miscellaneous financial receipts and invoices

Sub-series consists of three files of receipts and invoices from miscellaneous services and activities, including shipping invoices, purchase orders from mail order catalogues, photocopying and bindery bills, office supply rentals, grocery and vetrenary bills and bills for plumbers, furnace repairs and garden maintenance.

Files include:

  • 2006 01 945 Freight and postal shipping invoices and receipts, 1949, 1967, 1991-1997
  • 2006 01 946 Correspondence and invoices for purchases from Past Times 1995-1997
  • 2006 01 947 Miscellaneous receipts and invoices 1967 - 1997

Land deeds

Sub-series consists of one file containing a receipt, property assessment and land deed to 81.5 acres of land in Cariboo Country, B.C.

Book, art and periodical purchases, loans, subscriptions and donations

Sub-series consists of 72 files of receipts and invoices from book dealers, publishers, art dealers and periodicals regarding purchases by Watson of books, pamphlets, archival material, subscriptions and works of art. Also includes correspondence with art galleries regarding the loan of works owned by Watson and her husband for various exhibits, as well as tax receipts regarding financial support Watson gave to various small literary journals.

Files include:

Box 59

  • 2006 01 872 Correspondence and receipts from Alan and Joan Tucker booksellers (Glouchestershire, England) 1964
  • 2006 01 873 Correspondence and invoices from Alan Hancox Fine Books (Cheltenham, England) 1963, 1964, 1966
  • 2006 01 874 Correspondence, receipts and invoices from Bay Press (Seattle, WA) 1985, 1988, 1990
  • 2006 01 875 Invoice from Bernard Quaritch Ltd. antiquarian booksellers (London, England) 1970
  • 2006 01 876 Correspondence and catalogue from Bernard Stone bookseller (London, England) 1967, 1969
  • 2006 01 877 Correspondence, invoices and receipts from Bertram Rota Ltd., booksellers (London, England) 1959 - 1969
  • 2006 01 878 Correspondence, invoices and receipts from Blackwell's booksellers (Oxford, England) 1966 - 1972
  • 2006 01 879 Correspondence, invoices and receipts from the Bob Miller Book Room (Toronto, ON) 1986 - 1991
  • 2006 01 880 Correspondence, invoices and receipts from the Bookstore on Bastion (Nanaimo, B.C.) 1991 - 1997
  • 2006 01 881 Invoice from Calder and Boyars Ltd. publishers (London, England) 1967
  • 2006 01 882 Correspondence from Cambridge University Press 1993
  • 2006 01 883 Invoices and receipts from Coach House Press 1980, 1985, 1987, 1992
  • 2006 01 884 Invoices from Copp Clark Publishing Company (Toronto, ON) 1967 -1968
  • 2006 01 885 Invoices from CUP Services (Ithaca, NY) 1988
  • 2006 01 886 Correspondence from dall'Oglio, editore (Milan, Italy) 1962
  • 2006 01 887 Invoices from Donaldson and Company Books (Nanaimo, B.C.) 1986, 1990
  • 2006 01 888 Invoices from Fitzhenry and Whiteside Ltd. (Scarborough, ON) 1967
  • 2006 01 889 Invoices from Harvard University Press, 1994
  • 2006 01 890 Correspondence from Watson to Human Development Corporation (New York, NY) 1969
  • 2006 01 891 Receipts regarding purchases from J. Howard Woolmer Books 1967
  • 2006 01 892 Correspondence, invoices and receipts from James Thin booksellers (Edinburgh, Scotland) 1964, 1968
  • 2006 01 893 Correspondence and receipts from Lapis Press (Venice, CA) 1989 -1991
  • 2006 01 894 Invoices from Laurie Hill Limited Rare Books and Manuscripts (Montreal, Quebec) 1964 - 1965
  • 2006 01 895 Invoices and receipts from Longspoon Press (Edmonton, Alta.) 1983
  • 2006 01 896 Correspondence from Loyola University Press (Chicago, IL) 1987
  • 2006 01 897 Invoices and receipts from McClelland and Stewart 1992 - 1994
  • 2006 01 898 Invoice from M.G. Hurtig Booksellers Ltd. (Edmonton, Alta.) [between 1961 - 1980]
  • 2006 01 899 Correspondence and invoices from Michael Lewis bookseller (Croscombe Wells, Somerset, England) 1967

Box 60

  • 2006 01 900 Correspondence from Michael Katanka (Books) Ltd. (Edgware, Middlesex, England) 1970
  • 2006 01 901 Invoices from The MIT Press (Cambridge, MA) 1987 - 1988, 1990
  • 2006 01 902 Correspondence, invoices and receipts from Peter Russell bookseller (Fairwap, Sussex, England) 1957 - 1961, 1974, 1983
  • 2006 01 903 Correspondence regarding purchases from rdc press (Red Deer, Alta.) 1985
  • 2006 01 904 Invoices from Richard West, bookseller (Philadelphia, PA) 1964
  • 2006 01 905 Invoice from The Scholar's Bookshelf (Princeton Junction, NJ) 1984
  • 2006 01 906 Invoices from St. George's Gallery Books Limited (London, England) 1964-1965, 1968, 1970
  • 2006 01 907 Invoice from Talon Books (Vancouver, B.C.) 1993
  • 2006 01 908 Invoice from the University of Chicago Press 1988
  • 2006 01 909 Invoices from the University of Toronto Press 1990
  • 2006 01 910 Invoice regarding purchase from University Press Books 1988
  • 2006 01 911 Invoice and receipt from Vanderbilt University Press (Nashville, TN) 1967
  • 2006 01 912 Invoices and receipts from unidentified book sellers 1964, 1967, 1973, 1990
  • 2006 01 913 Correspondence from Graphica art gallery (Edmonton, Alta) 1980
  • 2006 01 914 Correspondence, loan agreement and conservation treatment report regarding loan of Molly Lamb Bobak painting to Mackenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina 1991- 1996
  • 2006 01 915 Correspondence from Calgary Allied Arts Council and the Carnegie Institute Department of Fine Arts (Pittsburgh, PA) regarding loan of Jack Shadbolt painting 1955
  • 2006 01 916 Correspondence from d'Offay Couper Gallery (London, England) regarding purchase of Wyndham Lewis drawing, 1973
  • 2006 01 917 Correspondence from Glenbow Museum (Calgary, Alta.) regarding loan of Jack Shadbolt paintings, 1990 - 1991
  • 2006 01 918 Correspondence from Jerrold Morris Gallery (Toronto, ON) regarding purchase of Jack Shadbolt drawing, 1968
  • 2006 01 919 Correspondence from the National Gallery of Canada regarding loan of Jack Shadbolt drawing and purchase of study by Michael Ayrton, [before 1971]
  • 2006 01 920 Receipt from Vancouver Art Gallery regarding purchase of Molly Bobak painting and Jack Shadbolt exhibition, 1951, 1969
  • 2006 01 921 Correspondence, invoice and receipt regarding subscription to © [Copyright] 1989
  • 2006 01 922 Correspondence, invoices and promotional material regarding subscription to Agenda 1974, 1987, 1989
  • 2006 01 923 Correspondence regarding subscription to The Antigonish Review 1983, 1996-1997
  • 2006 01 924 Receipts and invoices regarding subscription to Assemblage 1992, 1994-1997
  • 2006 01 925 Correspondence regarding subscription to Canadian Forum 1994-1995
  • 2006 01 926 Correspondence regarding journals from Grand Street (New York, NY) 1989
  • 2006 01 927 Correspondence regarding subscription to Descant 1987-1988, 1992-1995
  • 2006 01 928 Correspondence and invoices regarding subscription to October 1988-1989, 1992, 1994-1997
  • 2006 01 929 Correspondence regarding subscription to Paideuma 1978 - 1979, 1988, 1992
  • 2006 01 930 Correspondence regarding subscription to Palaver 1992
  • 2006 01 931 Correspondence and receipt regarding subscription to Parachute 1985, 1991-1992, 1995
  • 2006 01 932 Correspondence regarding subscription to Parole 1991
  • 2006 01 933 Correspondence regarding subscription to Signature 1992
  • 2006 01 934 Correspondence regarding subscription to Spirale 1981, 1985, 1991-1992
  • 2006 01 935 Correspondence regarding Texte zur Kunst 1992
  • 2006 01 936 Correspondence regarding subscription to Unmuzzled Ox 1980
  • 2006 01 937 Correspondence regarding subscription to line and West Coast Line 1987, 1990, 1994, 1996
  • 2006 01 938 Correspondence regarding subscription to Works 1967
  • 2006 01 939 Correspondence regarding subscription to Zone [after 1980?]
  • 2006 01 940 Correspondence soliciting subscriptions to periodicals 1985-1987, 1992-1993
  • 2006 01 941 Correspondence regarding donations to The Canadian Forum 1985-1986, 1988
  • 2006 01 942 Correspondence regarding donations to The Capilano Review 1990
  • 2006 01 943 Correspondence regarding donations to the Loyal Order of the Rubber Chicken (LORC) 1987
  • 2006 01 944 Correspondence regarding donations to line and West Coast Line 1985-1988, 1992-1995

Last wills and testaments

Sub-series consists of three files regarding the wills of various individuals and estates of whom Watson was executrix, or where Watson was a beneficiary.

Files include:

  • 2006 01 949 Correspondence and will regarding the estate of Dr. M.A.D. (Agatha) Myatt, 1965
  • 2006 01 950 Correspondence, legal documents and will of the estate of Mary Ida Elwena Doherty and sale of Doherty home 1980 - 1985
  • 2006 01 951 Correspondence and will of the estate of Helen Ruth Humphrey 1985

Ephemera and memorabilia collected in Paris

Sub-series consists of one file of maps, newspaper clippings, guidebooks, theatre programmes, tickets, and governmental documents collected and preserved by Watson from her year spent with her husband in Paris.

Blank postcards

Sub-series consists of one file of blank postcards collected by Watson. Most of the postcards depict Parisian landmarks, holdings from the Louvre, renaissance portraiture, religious art, modern art and several duplicated versions of postcards from The Coach House Press.

Loose jottings, unidentified photographs and annotations

Sub-series consists of one file of unidentified photographs, loose notes, contact information, jottings and general ephemera. Including: 1) a corner of an envelope with the message, Dear Sheila, Saw the Tate and thought of you. Dale W. The writer is Dale Wilkie, a professor at the University of Alberta; 2.) a strip of cardboard with two silver triangles, signed 'omoon', the nick-name of B. J. Mitchell, Sheila Watson's niece.

Ephemera from Watson Library books

Sub-series consists of one file of loose notes, letters, dustjackets, promotional material and other assorted ephemera found in volumes of the Watson library collection. Each piece of ephemera is linked to the individual library volume.


The subseries B.1 Principal covers the years 1963 to 1993 and 2004. The Principal of the University of Toronto Scarborough is the chief executive and chief academic officer of the university. The Principal is also a vice-president of the University of Toronto. The materials in this subseries were gathered during the administrations of the following Principals: A.F.W. Plumptre (1965-1972), D.R. Campbell (1972-1975), A.D. Allen (1976), J.E. Foley (1976, 1978-1984), S.J. Colman (1981), G.R. Williams (1984-1989), Paul Thompson (1989-1993), and Kwong-loi Shun (2004-2006). The files mostly comprise professional correspondence and other documents issued directly from the principal.

Assistant/Associate Dean

The subseries B.4 Assistant/Associate Dean covers the years 1969 to 1970 and 1984. The assistant or associate dean (the title changed several times over the course of the university’s history) has similar responsibilities to the dean. The assistant/associate dean’s files included here comprise correspondence from Assistant Dean J. Riddick and one academic handbook, published by the dean’s office.

Dean and Vice-Principal, Academic

The subseries B.3 Dean and Vice-Principal, Academic covers the years 1965 to 1971. The dean is the senior academic officer at UTSC. The Dean is responsible to the Principal for all academic and administrative decisions within his jurisdiction, which is campus-wide, and also ensures that there is coordination and alignment of UTSC’s academic activities within the broader context of the University of Toronto. Areas of authority include academic programming, campus development, appointment and development of faculty, career development of administrative staff, and the well being of students. The materials in this subseries were gathered during the administrations of the following Deans: S.J. Colman (1965-1971), W.E. Beckel (1966-1967), R.A. Manzer (1966-1969) and A.D. Allen (1968-1969). The dean’s files included here mostly comprise professional correspondence and other documents issued directly from the dean’s office.


The subseries B.5 Registrar covers the years 1964 to 1983. The registrar is in charge of student records. Typical duties include managing course registration, overseeing fee payments, and administering university regulations. The registrar’s files included here mostly comprise correspondence.


The subseries B.6 Superintendent covers the years 1963 to 1964. The superintendent is in charge of building services. Records from the first college superintendent, F.J. Hastie, are included here and comprise correspondence regarding the construction of the S & H Wings.

Director of Physical Education

The subseries B.7. Director of Physical Education covers the years 1967 to 1991. The Director of Physical Education is in charge of athletics and recreation facilities and programming. The files included here incorporate information about classes and events as well as sign-up forms, and also memos and minutes.

Scarborough College Council

Subseries B.9 Scarborough College Council covers the years 1964 to 1993. Scarborough College Council (now called the Council of the University of Toronto Scarborough) creates and amends the by-laws that govern the business of Council and its committees. Council, as distinct from its committees, exercises its legislative and related powers by judging matters of broad policy at an early stage of development, establishing a system of committees that provide consultation on policy and related matters, and providing a means by which members of Council and its committees may monitor the implementation of policy. Following the opening of Scarborough College, the Council also oversaw the addition of new buildings (materials relating to the construction of the original buildings, designed by John Andrews, can be found in Series A. Governing Council). The subseries is divided into several categories for ease of organization:

• Chairman, which contains correspondence of the Council’s Chair;
• Governing Documents, which contains drafts and final copies of the constitution as well as by-laws;
• Elections, which contains minutes, nomination forms, memos and correspondence;
• Minutes, which contains agendas and minutes from Council meetings from 1964 to 1994 as well as indexes to these minutes;
• Committees, which contains an alphabetical filing of documentation generated by a wide variety of committees set up under the Council’s purview;
• Plans and Studies, which contains various campus master plans, capital plans, and planning reports;
• Scarborough College Residences, which contains a report on the addition of student housing;
• Physical Education and Recreation Building, which contains reports detailing the need for such a facility;
• Scarborough College Phase II, which contains correspondence, site plans, section plans, floor plans, electrical details, and materials specific to the Bladen library;
• Arts Centre, which contains reports and correspondence (N.B. this proposed Arts Centre became known as Scarborough Hall, see below);
• Student Centre, which contains a proposal from the Scarborough College Student Council for a student centre, as well as an opening invitation;

• Scarborough Hall, which contains correspondence, reports, minutes, fundraising information, studies, materials from architects Brian Arnott Associates, Carruthers, Shaw and Partners Limited, and Lett/Smith Architects, and information about the financial problems faced by the project;
• Housing Phase III, which contains a feasibility study;
• Dead Centre, which contains concept drawings and proposals from Montgomery and Sisam Architects;
• Academic Resource Centre, which contains reports, financial information, specifications, correspondence, committee documents, change notices, topographies, floor plans, electrical plans, utility plans, reflected ceiling plans, landscaping plans, site plans, and presentation books from Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.
• Phase 4 Residences (Joan Foley Hall), which contains correspondence, a design development report from Baird Sampson Neuert Architects Inc. and Montgomery Sisam Associates Inc. Architects, and a presentation book from Dunlop Architects Inc.;
• Pavilion, which contains a report;
• Science Building, which contains committee minutes, correspondence, reports, and other documents;
• Management Building, which contains a project planning report and a presentation book from Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg (KPMB) Architects;
• S&H Wing Balconies, which contains correspondence;
• Arts and Administration Building, which contains two presentation books from Montgomery Sisam Architects Inc.;
• Recreation Centre, which contains a presentation book from CannonDesign;
• Other Buildings/Unidentified, which contains plans and other documents for unidentified buildings, as well as materials relating to the front entrance drop-off, Miller Lash House, the Scarborough College Library; and
• Services, which contains materials for audio-visual services, student residence and conference services, the writing lab, and cafeteria and food services.

Director of Educational Communication Systems

Subseries B.8 Director of Educational Communication Systems covers the years 1967 to 1971. The Director of Educational Communication Systems was in charge of the maintenance and programming of the television lectures used as an early teaching method at UTSC. The files included are mainly composed of lists of items for educational use.

Office of Admission and Student Recruitment

The subseries B.11 Office of Admissions and Student Recruitment covers the year 1986. The Office of Admissions and Student Recruitment is responsible for recruiting and processing enrollment for new students of the university. The subseries includes one booklet.

General Program in Arts and Science

Subseries C.1, The General Program in Arts and Science, covers the years 1966 through 1969. The General Program was the only available academic track for Scarborough College students during the first four years of operations. Students were given the option to pursue a degree in arts or sciences, and then given a set timetable covering a broad range of subjects in that discipline. The subseries includestimetables, course descriptions, examination results, memos, and other material related to the general program.

Extension Program

Subseries C.2, Extension Program, covers the years 1964 through 1971 and 1981. The Extension Program was the first program offered at Scarborough College, as it was offered by correspondence. The subseries includes course descriptions, correspondence, reports, and other material related to extension at Scarborough College.

Department of Anthropology

Subseries C.3, Department of Anthropology, covers the year 1973. The subseries includes two issues of the Journal of Symbolic Anthropology, edited by Erik G. Schwimmer of Scarborough College.

Programs: Anthropology.

Department of Biological Sciences

Subseries C.5, Department of Biological Sciences, covers the years 1988 through 1990 and 1995. The subseries includes a report on the Division of Life Sciences and several issues of a newsletter.

Programs: Life Sciences.

Department of Arts, Culture & Media

Subseries C.4, Department of Arts, Culture & Media, is undated, but the contents are likely from the 1980s. The subseries includes two course guides for the arts administration co-op program.

Programs: Arts Management / Arts Administration.

Department of English

Subseries C.8, Department of English, covers the years 1970 through 1971. The subseries includes a play written by students in the course English B14.

Programs: English.

Department of Historical and Cultural Studies

Subseries C.10, Department of Historical and Cultural Studies, covers the years 1976 through 1981. The subseries includes handbooks, timetables, reports, proposals, curriculum materials, educational television lecture schedules, course guides, journals, and other material.

Programs: Humanities; Canadian Studies; History.

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