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[Collection of Canadian beer labels, 1860s to 1980s]

  • CA OTUTF T-10 00095
  • Collection
  • 1860-1980

Box 1. Ontario pt. 1 -- Box 2. Ontario pt. 2, Quebec, and the Maritime provinces -- Box 3. Western provinces -- Box 4. O'Keefe pt. 1 -- Box 5. O'Keefe pt. 2, the earliest labels in the collection and miscellaneous labels from different provinces that were added in 2012.

A detailed list of the breweries represented is attached to this record
A selection of samples from this collection have been digitized and are available on Flickr.

Items are organized in five boxes by geography and date, with items from the Carling O'Keefe Brewery separated.
The collection consists of specimens of printed and lithographed Canadian beer labels from a variety of breweries across the country. Lithographers include Barclay & Clark Co., Standard Litho Co., and Rolph Clark Stone Ltd.

Collection of Gay Pulp Fiction

  • CA OTUTF gpf
  • Manuscript Collection
  • 1933-1995

A collection of over 1000 examples of gay, male fiction, including books by prominent gay authors and works dealing with male homosexuality. Some non-fiction books are included in the collection. The books are in mass-market paperback editions, issued mostly by US publishers, with a few Canadian imprints, and were published between 1933 and 1995. Authors represented include John Rechy, Christopher Isherwood, Gore Vidal, James Baldwin, James Purdy, William S. Burroughs, Richard Amory, Carl Corley, Aaron Travis, Jay Greene, Phil Andros, Jack Evans, Clay Caldwell, and Paul Gronowski. Series represented in the collection include Pleasure Readers, Greenleaf Classics, HIS69, Rough Trade, Frenchy's Gay Line, Badboy, Blueboy Library, and Gay Parisian Press. Cover art is often unsigned, but includes work by Carl Corley, Harry Schaare, Frank Kelly Freas, and Tom of Finland.

Eugene Kash fonds

  • CA OTUFM 61
  • collection
  • 1920-1997

Fonds consists of programs from his performances, a letter confirming his appointment to the Royal Conservatory of Music (RCM) in Toronto, a newspaper clipping, and his annotated copy of the Canadian Music Centre sheet music for Six Miniatures after Hokusai for violin and piano by Elliot Weisgarber (1972). The fonds also includes two catalogues for his personal music library: one current to 1976, and another current to 1997.

Kash, Eugene

Awards and honours

Series consists of materials relating to awards and honours received by Greta Kraus, including the Toronto Arts Award (1990), the Order of Ontario (1991), and the Order of Canada (1993). Materials include correspondence, programs, newspaper clippings and other press releases, and photographs. The series also includes two VHS tapes with recordings of the Order of Ontario ceremony (May 8, 1991) and the Toronto Arts Awards (August 15, 1990).

Family records

Series consists of materials pertaining to Elizabeth Benson Guy's family, including funeral service programs, obituaries, newspaper clippings, and articles by her husband John Dentay. Series also contains a letter from Tom Guy to Sarah Louise Guy (1893-1964) (Elizabeth Benson Guy's parents).

Performance records

Series contains of materials relating to Elizabeth Benson Guy's performance career, consisting predominantly of programs and reviews of her performances.

Emmy Heim fonds

  • CA OTUFM 58
  • collection
  • 1912-1956

Fonds consists of Emmy Heim's lecture notes for the Toronto Conservatory of Music (TCM) and Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto (RCMT), correspondence, programs, posters, and a photograph. Fonds also includes manuscripts of songs written for, or copied by, Emmy Heim.

Heim, Emmy


Series consists of correspondence sent to Emmy Heim from various colleagues and friends, including correspondence E.G. Dentay, Margaret G. Skipworth (Lady Margaret Hall), and Victor Zuckerkandl, as well as some handwritten draft replies by Emmy Heim.

Programm : [for the] Österreichischer Bund für Mutterschutz

  • CA OTUFM 58-C-1-05
  • Pièce
  • November 16, 1913
  • Fait partie de Emmy Heim fonds

Item is a program for a concert in aid of the Österreichischer Bund für Mutterschutz (Austrian Federation for Maternity Protection). The concert featured Etta Werndorff, Josefine Donat, Emmy Heim, Alice Moller, Mizzi Rodosi, Claire Nigrin, and Josefine Donat.

Emmy Heim : Volkslieder : [program]

  • CA OTUFM 58-C-1-09
  • Pièce
  • November 25, 1915
  • Fait partie de Emmy Heim fonds

Item is a program for a concert by Emmy Heim with Vaclav Štěpán, piano in the Kleiner Konzerthaus-Saal, Vienna, Austria.

Programs with Nicki [Nicholas Goldschmidt]

  • CA OTUFM 58-C-3
  • Dossier
  • [between 1946 and 1954]
  • Fait partie de Emmy Heim fonds

File consists of a collection of type-written and handwritten texts for German Lieder, organized with a table of contents. Some English translations are provided. The texts were collected in an envelope marked "Programs with Nicki" in Emmy Heim's hand. Nicholas Goldschmidt (1908-2004) served as the first director of the Royal Conservatory Opera School (1946-1957), was one of the founders of the Royal Conservatory Opera Company (1950, now the Canadian Opera Company), and was the first music director of the CBC Opera (1949-1957). During this time, he was colleagues with Emmy Heim, who taught at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto. Heim provided introductory comments for Goldschmidt's Hallmark recorded (January 1954) accompanying himself on a group of Schubert songs.

Music manuscripts

Series consists of manuscript scores dedicated to, copied for, or copied by Emmy Heim. Scores include repertoire that Heim performed at various recitals and concerts, as well as music written for Heim by students of Arnold Schönberg, who she likely met while performing at his Verein für Privataufführungen, and who—like her—emigrated to the United Kingdom in the 1930s.

Hérodiade : Il est doux, il est bon

Berthon, Mireille, 1889-1955 (soprano). Hérodiade : Il est doux, il est bon. Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912 (composer). Disque Gramophone: 033300. Matrix CV-159. Recorded in Paris, France.

La Walkyrie : Ho-jo-to-ho

Lawrence, Marjorie, 1909-1979 (soprano). La Walkyrie : Ho-jo-to-ho. Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883 (composer). Disque Gramophone: DB 4905. Matrix 0PG-1052-1. Recorded in Paris, France.

Jocelyn : Berceuse

Laffitte, Le´on, 1875-1938 (tenor). Jocelyn : Berceuse. Godard, Benjamin, 1849-1895 (composer). Odeon: 123.544. Matrix xxP-6649. Recorded in [Paris, France].

Les saltimbanques : C'est l'amour

Laffitte, Le´on, 1875-1938 (tenor). Les saltimbanques : C'est l'amour. Ganne, Louis, 1862-1923 (composer). Odeon: 123.544. Matrix xxP-6650. Recorded in [Paris, France].

Manon : Enfins les amoureux

Luart, Emma, 1892-1968 (soprano) ; Friant, Charles, 1890-1947 (tenor) ; Bourdin, Roger, 1900-1973 (baritone) ; Vieuille, Jean 1902-1964 (bass-baritone). Manon : Enfins les amoureux. Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912 (composer). Odeon: 123.581. Matrix xxP-6743-2. Recorded in [Paris, France].

Manon : Venir ici sous un déguisement

Luart, Emma, 1892-1968 (soprano) ; Friant, Charles, 1890-1947 (tenor) ; Bourdin, Roger, 1900-1973 (baritone) ; Vieuille, Jean 1902-1964 (bass-baritone). Manon : Venir ici sous un déguisement. Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912 (composer). Odeon: 123.581. Matrix xxP-6744-1. Recorded in [Paris, France].

Manon : Ah! Ce premier baiser

Friant, Charles, 1890-1947 (tenor) ; Cernay, Germaine, 1900-1943 (mezzo-soprano). Manon : Ah! Ce premier baiser. Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912 (composer). Odeon: 123.572. Matrix xxP-6718-2. Recorded in Paris, France.

Thaïs : L'ardent soleil m'écrsae

Luart, Emma, 1892-1968 (soprano) ; Bourdin, Roger, 1900-1973 (baritone). Thaïs : L'ardent soleil m'écrsae. Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912 (composer). Odeon: 123.647. Matrix xxP-6896-1. Recorded in [Paris, France].

Thaïs : Mon oeuvre est accompli

Luart, Emma, 1892-1968 (soprano) ; Bourdin, Roger, 1900-1973 (baritone). Thaïs : Mon oeuvre est accompli. Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912 (composer). Odeon: 123.648. Matrix xxP-6899-2. Recorded in [Paris, France].

Nocturne : O fraîche nuit

Martinelli, Germaine, 1887-1964 (soprano). Nocturne : O fraîche nuit. Franck, César, 1822-1890 (composer). Polydor: 566044. Matrix 1799-BMP. Recorded in [Paris, France].

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