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Anderson 2003 accession

Personal records of James E. Anderson, professor of anatomy and anthropology at the University of Toronto, McMaster University, and the State University of New York at Buffalo. Includes field notes, notes, infracranial and cranial forms, reports, tables, correspondence, manuscripts, articles, photographs and slides relating to archaeological sites in Canada and the United States and associated research and writing. Also contains a file on the death of Professor Lawrence Oschinsky of the Department of Anthropology at the University of Toronto.

Anderson 2004 accession

Personal records of James E. Anderson, professor of anatomy and anthropology at the University of Toronto, McMaster University, and the State University of New York at Buffalo. Includes: manuscript (original and bound carbon copy) of "The Osteology of the Orchid Site, Fort Erie,Ontario", file on Tuberculosis, correspondence, medical case files of young males (SC4 -SC60); and series of hand drawn diagrams of human anatomy.

Andrews 1989 accession

Consists of correpondence; course and lecture notes; research files, especially with regard to the Vidal Durkheim project; manuscripts and publications; theses and graduate studies papers; course material and term papers on urban geography, especially civic elections and the Spadina Expressway; and administrative files documenting the career of Howard Frederick Andrews with the Department of Geography at Erindale College/UTM and the Centre for Urban and Community Studies at the University of Toronto.

Andrews 2008 accession

Records in this accession consist of three series. Series 1 - Administration, documents his activities as member and chair of the Planning and Priorities Subcommittee of Governing Council. Series 2 and 3 relate to his academic activities of teaching and publishing.

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 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 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 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. «

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 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 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 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 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 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 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 2nd 1987 accession

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

Boeschenstein 1983 accession

Accession consists of records documenting Boeschenstein's academic activities and outside interests, especially those within the German-Canadian community. Amongst the latter are the Canadian Society for German Relief, the German-Canadian Club "Harmonie", and the Trans-Canada Alliance of German Canadians. Types of material include correspondence, lecture notes for the University of Chicago and the University of Toronto, radio talks, addresses, manuscripts, publications, and photographs.

Boeschenstein 1984 accession

Accession consists of correspondence, reports, addresses, articles, interviews, financial records, publications, photoprints and plans documenting Hermann Boeschenstein's involvement with the War Prisoners' Aid of the Young Men's Christian Association during World War II, the Canadian Society for German Relief, and the German Prisoner-of-War associations. Also included is correspondence regarding the writing of plays.

Boeschenstein 1994 accession

Accession consists of manuscript of "Traugott Ochsner" by Hermann Boeschenstein, a novel written in the 1930s and based on his first visit to Canada in 1926. Edited by Ernst Gallati, it was republished as "Hermann Boeschenstein: Traugott Ochsner" in 1992.

Boeschenstein 2001 accession

Accession consists of personal and professional correspondence, addresses, manuscripts of unpublished play and novel, records of the Swiss Club of Toronto, condolence cards, reviews of Prof. Boeschenstein’s publications in German language newspapers, memorabilia and photographs.

Boeschenstein 2002 accession

Accession consists of correspondence, notes and manuscripts of published and unpublished literary works. Papers of Walter Bauer (b. 1904, d.1976) poet, author and playwright, and student of Boeschenstein in the 1950's and 1960's at University of Toronto. Includes manuscripts of verse, and correspondence.

Brown 1982 accession

Correspondence between Brown and others about George Sidney Brett (1927-1949); correspondence between Brown and George Sidney Brett; press clippings about, articles on and tributes to Brett (1944-1949).

Correspondence with a fellow student of Brown's, Louis Alexander MacKay (1922-1982), together with the manuscript for his early play, "L'Homme Sensible", and the typescript of his last work, "Tuscan Maximiam: Poet or Puzzle?"; press clippings about McKay and containing his poetry and reviews of his plays (1923-1925) and articles by him (1925, 1944); manuscripts of some of his poems; correspondence (1981) re and copy photonegative of panoramic scene from Bertram Forsythe's play, "Playbills", the eighteenth production of Hart House Theatre (February, 1922), for which the cast is identified.

Brown 1988 accession

Programs [some are annotated] for productions of Hart House Theatre (1921-1927), the Players Club, college dramatic clubs on campus, and musical, prose and poetry recitals. Also program for dinner in honour of David Keys (1922).

Brown 2008 accession

Three black-and-white photographs:
-Modern Language Club of University College, 1920-1921, including Harcourt Brown and his future wife, Dorothy Stacey;
-The Varsity staff, 1921-1922 (Brown was 'dramatic editor, spring [term]');
-The Corning Conference at the Corning Glass Center, Corning, New York, 17-19 May 1951.

All photos are fully captioned.

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.

Canadian General Hospital No. 4 (University of Toronto)

Contains correspondence among Charles Kirk Clarke, William Belfry Hendry, James Alexander Roberts and others concerning the hospital unit, together with memoranda on the unit's history and personnel; war diary, in three volumes, recording daily activities of the hospital in Salonika; albums of photographs of the unit's activities in England, in Salonika, and en route to those places.

Canadian General Hospital No. 4 (University of Toronto)

This accession contains a selection of x-rays done on soldiers at the Canadian General Hospital No. 4 during, and shortly after the First World War. The x-rays are mounted in an album, which patient names and wound descriptions listed on the back of each image. The accession also contains 4 detailed autopsy record books. The autopsies appear to have been completed at Basingstoke, England, where Hospital No. 4 was relocated from its original station in Salonika, Poland. Neither the x-rays or the autopsy reports appear to be complete.

Canadian Historical Review

Records documenting the administration of the Canadian Historical Review including general correspondence 1976, editorial case files of rejected manuscripts 1976-77, policy review 1973-74, payment to reader files 1968-1971, minutes of editorial committee 1975-76 and a working draft of a 1978 issue.

Canadian Historical Review

Correspondence files of R. Craig Brown as editor of the Canadian Historical Review (1968), and his files for the "Historians in Canada" section of the Review (1970-1973).

Canadian Historical Review

Files, arranged alphabetically by author, on published and rejected articles submitted to the Canadian Historical Review between 1984 and 1986, including correspondence and drafts. There are also correspondence files of the editors, Robert Bothwell (1979-1980), Jack Granatstein (1980-1984), and Douglas McCalla (1984-1986).

Cinader 1976 accession

Correspondence, minutes, memoranda and reports relating to Dr. Cinader's activities as president (1969-1974) of theInternational Union of Immunological Societies.Included are files on the 1st - 4th International Congresses of Immunology.

Cinader 1979 accession

Correspondence with biologists and immunologists, and articles and research reports relating to Cinader's post at the Lister Institute of Preventative Medicine at the University of London; also material re his appointment to the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto.

Cinader 1989 accession

Correspondence files entitled "The growth of immunology in Toronto--scientific linkages", including Dr. Cinader's contribution to Pauline Mazumdar's book on the history of immunology; also files on the 6th International Congress of Immunology held in Toronto in 1986.

Cinader 1990 accession

Preliminary information on the 6th International Congress of Immunology held in Toronto in 1986; further files on the "growth of immunology in Toronto--scientific linkages".

Cinader 1992 accession

Correspondence between Dr. Cinader and members of the international and university communities, documenting the activities of various institutes, conferences, and research projects relating to immunology; correspondence relating to Dr. Cinader's activities in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto, including the Institute of Immunology, the Clinical Immunology Co-ordinating Committee and the World Health Organization; records relating to international conferences on immunology, including the 6th International Congress on Immunology (1986, Toronto), of which Dr. Cinader was a key organizer.

Cinader 1996 accession

Correspondence memoranda, notes, drafts of addresses and articles, lecture notes, grant applications and conference files documenting Dr. Bernhard Cinader's activities as an immunologist at the University of Toronto and in connection with numerous national and international immunological organizations.

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