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Montcalm and Wolfe

  • CA OTUTF wolfe 00008
  • Collection
  • n.d.

2 volumes holding various collection of illustrated portraits, views, autographs, maps, and extracts.

[Book of German chromolithographed trade label samples]

  • CA OTUTF M-10 00323
  • Collection
  • n.d.

Collection of 558 chromolithographed trade labels intended for the Indian and Chinese market.
Many samples bear the names of the colours, places of manufacture, and names of local merchant companies in China and India including Carlowitz & Co. and Manilal Mooljee.
Probably produced by Paul Israel in Werra, Germany.
Samples are illustrated with Asian and Indian motifs, and include mythological and religious figures, including characters from Journey to the West

Oral history interview with Dena Taylor conducted by Ruth Belay

Dr. Dena Bain Taylor, a retired faculty member in the Department of English at the University of Toronto, attended the University at its St. George campus as both an undergraduate and graduate student. While the interview touches on the early experiences Taylor had as a student, it focuses on the period between 1968 to 1973 when she was a resident of Rochdale College. She describes the foundation and structure of the residence, including identifying key individuals, concurrent initiatives, funding sources, and the external issues that shaped the residence. Throughout the interview, Taylor reflects on the philosophical underpinnings that were central to the collective ethos of the space and its genesis as a centre for experiential learning, activism, arts, spirituality, experimentation and place-making. The interview captures aspects of Rochdale’s impact, including the activities of involved individuals, the influence of American political thought, as well as the organizations and initiatives that were developed there. Taylor speaks to some of the issues that surfaced in the residence such as sexism, sexuality, and mental health, as well as how these issues were portrayed in the media. In discussing her own experiences and reflecting on the broader significance of the College, Taylor details and questions how the residence fundamentally challenged the status-quo.

Organizations

  • Rochdale College
  • Hart House, University of Toronto
  • Indian Institute
  • Campus Co-operative
  • Toronto Community Housing

Subject Topics

  • Experiential learning
  • Alternative education
  • Co-operative and collective models
  • Housing
  • Counter-culture
  • Arts
  • Back-to-the-land movement
  • Financial access to post-secondary education
  • Sexual freedom
  • Draft evasion
  • Spadina Expressway

Oral history interview with June Larkin conducted by Ruth Belay and Daniela Ansovini

Dr. June Larkin, former Director of Equity Studies and professor in the Women and Gender Studies Department, completed her graduate studies at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) in 1993. Larkin describes her involvement in the creation of OISE’s Sexual Harassment Caucus, a group formed to address sexual harassment at the institution through policy and education. With seventeen years of prior experience as an elementary school teacher, Larkin shares how this advocacy shifted her doctoral work to focus on sexual harassment in high schools and also led to developing educational toolkits and workshops to support school boards looking to implement their own policies. In discussing her research, community-based initiatives, and teaching, she reflects on the definition of activism and many forms it can take. Within the context of the Equity Studies Program more broadly, she notes the ways in which she and other professors have worked to respond to the shifting interest of students, particularly to support their engagement in issues at and beyond the University.

Organizations

  • Ontario Institute of Studies for Education (OISE)
  • Sexual Harassment Caucus, OISE
  • Sexual Harassment Resistors Everywhere (SHREW)
  • Equity Studies Program, New College, University of Toronto
  • Women and Gender Studies Institute, University of Toronto

Subject Topics

  • Women’s movement and feminism
  • Sexual harassment policy
  • Violence against women
  • Equity in education
  • Intersectionality
  • Equity Studies
  • Sexual health
  • Community engagement
  • Institutional response
  • Occupy! Movement
  • Activist scholarship

Hart House Camera Club

This accession documents some of the award winning photographs from the Hart House Camera Club 96th Exhibition of Photography, 2018.

University of Toronto. School of Hygiene

Photographs documenting the School of Hygiene. Includes Diploma in Bacteriology, class portraits (1960-1975) Also includes autographed portraits of the following scientists Andrew Balfour, F.P. Gay, Thomas Madsen and J.J. van Loghem.
Also included in this accession is a painting of Andrew Rhodes, Director of the School of Hygiene, 1956-1970

Hart House

Black and white portraits of Hercules Beverley Burwell and Charles Vincent Massey.

Hart House

Postcard showing Hart House and Soldiers tower, view from south east.

Hart House Camera Club

This accession documents award winning photographs from the Hart House Camera Club Exhibition of Photography for the years 2016 and 2017.

Bruce Whiteman Papers

Includes drafts and research for his work on Constantine Simonides; Frances Jammes; drafts, proofs and other material for Intimate Letters; personal and professional correspondence; reviews and other material related to the life and work of Bruce Whiteman

Whiteman, Bruce

Euromaidan Protests Collection

  • Manuscript Collection
  • 2013-2014

Collection consists of miscellaneous leaflets, pamphlets, bumper stickers, newspapers, posters, and ribbons issued during the protests in Kiev, Ukraine from November 2013 to March 2014.

Group snapshots

Include Jim Flaherty, John Baird, John Tory and Caroline Bennet in Israel, and Jason Kenney

Tony Calzetta Papers

  • Manuscript Collection
  • [2009]

This first accession of Tony Calzetta’s papers include proofs, drafts, and process work for his two books: Peculiar Practices (November 2009) and co-authored book with Leon Rooke: How God Talks in His Sleep And Other Fabulous Fictions (2009).

Calzetta, Tony

Tony Calzetta Papers

This first accession of Tony Calzetta’s papers include proofs, drafts, and process work for his two books: Peculiar Practices (November 2009) and co-authored book with Leon Rooke: How God Talks in His Sleep And Other Fabulous Fictions (2009).
Contains series:

  1. Peculiar Practices (2009)
  2. How God Talks in His Sleep And Other Fabulous Fictions by: Tony Calzetta and Leon
    Rooke (2009)

Calzetta, Tony

Interview with Pieter Oussoren

File consists of an interview with Pieter Oussoren interviewed by Peter Naus in Utrecht, Netherlands. Oussoren was a former student and friend of Nouwen. There is no transcription available.

George Whipple Papers

Includes correspondence with other writers; material from the launch of Swim Class at St. Thomas’ Church, Toronto, Ontario; Passing Through Eden; small album of original drawings by George Whipple

Whipple, George

Interview with Jean and Rex Arnett

File consists of an interview with Jean and Rex Arnett interviewed by Errol Stein presumably at their home (Scarborough, ON). Jean and Rex Arnett are the parents of Adam and Michael Arnett, core members of L'Arche Daybreak; Nouwen was Adam Arnett's assistant. Additional ephemera in the file includes correspondence between Adam Arnett and Myra Alexander, copies of two photographs of Myra (originals available in General Files), 'Adam's Passion' by Geoffrey Whitney Brown, two copies of a poem about Adam by Archie B. Aitcheson, a letter to Adam from Peter [Don?] writing from L'Arche Trosly in France and one typed letter from Nouwen to Jean and Rex Arnett on his reflections after Adam's death. The interview is not transcribed.

Interview with Pat Parry

File consists of an interview with Pat Parry [Sibley] interviewed by Joe Vorstermans at Parry's home in Alfred Station, NY. Parry is a professor of English at Alfred University, NY. Parry met Nouwen while on sabbatical from Alfred University at Yale Divinity School and developed a lifelong friendship with him. Parry recalls meeting Nouwen's parents, celebrating Easter Sunday Mass and visiting in The Netherlands, at the Sibley family and the Nouwen home in Lausanne, Switzerland. Themes present in Parry's interview include racial issues, Hiroshima, traveling, Pendle Hill (Wallingford, PA) and John Mogabgab. The interview is transcribed and is available electronically or in hard copy.

Interview with Peter Weiskal

File consists of an interview with Peter Weiskal interviewed by Sue Mosteller (location unknown). The interview is not transcribed and is only available on audio cassette.

Interview with Yushi Nomura

File consists of an interview with Yushi Nomura interviewed by Sue Mosteller (location unknown). Nomura is a college lecturer living in Japan. Nomura was a student of Nouwen's at Yale Divinity School. The interview is not transcribed and is only available on audio cassette and micro videocassette.

Interview with Frederick de Bruyn

File consists of an interview with Frederick (Fic) de Bruyn interviewed by Peter Naus in Amersfoort, The Netherlands. de Bruyn lives in Amersfoort, The Netherlands and is a retired priest from the Archdiocese of Utrecht. de Bruyn met Nouwen at the Rijsenburg seminary (The Netherlands). The interview is transcribed and available electronically or in hard copy. All transcriptions and audio recordings are in Dutch. Brief English notes from the interviewer are available in the file. They include: “Fic is a retired priest from the archdiocese of Utretcht. He knew Henri from the Rijsenburg seminary, although he claimed he never got to know him all that well. He was also, like Henri, a member of the Newman club at seminary. He came across as a thoughtful, kind man who has weathered the storms in Dutch Roman Catholicism very well. His feelings about Henri's books were mixed; he thought Henri overly 'spiritualised' social problems, something he also noticed when he visited Henri in New York City somewhere in the seventies. I wish I could have talked some more with him about the climate in the Dutch Roman Church and how he had come to grips with it. He made several self deprecatory comments with respect to the interview and did not seem convinced by my assurances that his observations were very useful. I should mention also that he not respond initially to my request for an interview. I asked the assistance of another interviewee, Rene van Eyden, to convince him to participate."

Interview with Boris Gudizak

File consists of an interview with Boris Gudziak interviewed by Joe Vorstermans in the Ukraine. Gudziak lives in the Ukraine and is a priest of the Lviv Archdiocese of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church. Gudziak met Nouwen as a graduate student at Harvard (Cambridge, MA). Gudziak remembers Nouwen for their comfortable friendship; morning prayers at Coach House at Harvard; in confession; visits at L'Arche Trosly (France) L'Arche Daybreak (Richmond Hill, ON) and with the Gavigans in England; Nouwen's advice on Gudizak's move to the Ukraine and Nouwen's intent to teach in the Ukraine after his L'Arche Daybreak sabbatical. Themes present in Gudziak's interview include the Second World War, Cardinal Josyf Slipyj, prayer life, relocation, revolution in Eastern Europe, depression, Nouwen's death and Nouwen's legacy. The interview is transcribed and available electronically or in hard copy.

Interview with George Thelus

File consists of an interview with George Thelus interviewed by Maureen Wright and Wendy Lywood (location unknown). Thelus was a core member of the L'Arche Daybreak community (Richmond Hill, ON) currently lives in a long term care facility in Richmond Hill, ON. Thelus often traveled with Nouwen when they both lived at L'Arche Daybreak. The interview is not transcribed.

University of Toronto. Department of Public Affairs

Press kit for the announcement of David Naylor as University of Toronto President contained on a CD. Includes press release, backgrounder, list of past presidents and photographs of the following: Bahen Centre, Convocation Hall, Soldiers's Tower University College, Student Centre at Uof T Mississauga and the main building at Scarborough College.

Interview with Jan ter Laak

File consists of an interview with Jan ter Laak interviewed by Peter Naus in The Netherlands. ter Laak is a former Roman Catholic Priest and former secretary general of Pax Christie, a non-profit, non-governmental Catholic peace movement working on a global scale on a wide variety of issues in the fields of human rights, human security, disarmament and demilitarisation, just world order and religion and violent conflict. The interview is transcribed and available electronically and in hard copy. All transcriptions and recordings are in Dutch. Brief English notes from the interviewer are in the file. They include: "Jan is a former priest of the archdiocese of Utrecht; he was in the seminary a few years after Henri. Since his retirement from the position of secretary of Pax Christie The Netherlands, he has been working for a number of Dutch human rights organizations. Jan is gay and my impression is that he served as a confident to Henri who discussed his struggles with homosexuality with him. In the interview, Jan brought Henri's homosexuality to the fore. He believes Henri's restlessness and fatigue were related to his sexual struggles. Going by Jan's information, there is no doubt Henri engaged in sexual encounters, with one man in particular. Jan did not reveal this man's identity but suggested he be interviewed for the project. Presumably Jan is willing to provide the contact, if necessary. I think Jan and I had an excellent rapport which enabled him to talk rather freely. He sent me an email after to let me know he thought we had a good interview".

Interview with Maria ter Steeg

File consists of an interview with Maria ter Steeg interviewed by Peter Naus in the Netherlands. ter Steeg is a theologian living in the Netherlands. The interview is transcribed and available electronically or in hard copy. All the transcriptions and recordings are only in Dutch. Brief English notes from the interviewer are in the file. They include: "Maria was the first female pastor of the Dutch Roman Catholic radio station and she is currently a member of the governing council of the archdiocese of Utrecht. She got to know Henri mostly because he and her husband, Louis ter Steeg, were friends. She did not believe she had much to contribute to the project, but I found her observations very useful. She made a few suggestions as to why Henri was not much respected by some of his fellow priests in the Utrecht diocese. The one she stressed is that his socio-economic background set him apart. Where many of his fellow priests were lower or lower middle class, Henri was from an upper middle class to higher class family. She also made interesting comments about his attachment to Daybreak; she thought it may have been the first place where Henri made real connections with people. Her mother was a good friend of Henri's mother and Maria talked a little bit about what her mother had told her about Henri's family".

Interview with Joe Vorstermans

File consists of an interview with Joe Vorstermans interviewed by Elisabeth Pozzi-Thanner at the Henri Nouwen Society offices in Richmond Hill, ON. Vorstermans is an executive member of the Henri Nouwen Society and lives and works in L'Arche Daybreak (Richmond Hill, ON). Vorstermans was the assistant's coordinator in 1986 when Nouwen arrived at L'Arche Daybreak. In 1996 Vorstermans became pastor while Nouwen was on sabbatical and subsequently had to lead the L'Arche Daybreak community through the grief process with Nouwen's death. Vorstermans recalls Nouwen performing Mass, Nouwen assisting after core member Raymond Batchelor's accident, Nouwen going to Homes for Growth (Winnipeg, MA), the L'Arche assistant's retreat and Nouwen's letter writing. Themes present in Vorstermans' interview include immigration, Jean Vanier, Alzheimer's L'Arche Daybreak over time, interfaith community, Bill van Buren and Nouwen's legacy. The print is of Vorstermans standing on a beach with his hands in his pockets dressed very causally. The interview is transcribed and available electronically or in hard copy.

Interview with David Harmon

File consists of an interview with David Harmon interviewed by Maureen Wright and Carl MacMillian (location unknown). The interview is not transcribed and only available on audio cassette.

Interview with William Van Buren

File consists of an interview with William Van Buren interviewed by Carl MacMillan and Mauren Wright at L'Arche Daybreak (Richmond Hill, ON). Van Buren is a core member of L'Arche Daybreak and was a friend and traveling companion of Nouwen's from the community. The file includes post interview notes from Wright. The interview is not transcribed and is only available on audio and video cassette.

Interview with Cardinal Adrianus Simonis

File consists of an interview with Cardinal Adrianus Simonis interviewed by Peter Naus in The Netherlands. The print of Cardinal Simonis is from the shoulder up wearing his clerical collar; the background is blurry. The interview is transcribed and available electronically or in hard copy. All recordings and transcriptions are in Dutch. Brief English notes from the interviewer are available in the file. They include: "I was pleasantly surprised the Cardinal decided to keep the appointment for the interview, despite having returned from Rome a couple of days before. I wonder if Maria ter Steeg put in a good word for me. At any rate, the interview went well, except it was a little rushed because the Cardinal arrived late and had an appointment immediately following our session. He was self-assured and did not hesitate to give his opinion on Henri and his publications. He is no fan of the latter, although his comments about Henri were rather positive! I prompted him to talk at some length about the changes in Dutch Roman Catholicism after the Second Vatican Council, because these changes are part of the context in which Henri decided to leave Holland for good. The Cardinal has a reputation of being rather conservative - he prefers to call it 'orthodox' - and the interview illustrates it rather well. He was quite amiable and willing to participate in the project".

Interview with Ron van den Bosch

File consists of an interview with Ron van den Bosch interviewed by Peter Naus in The Netherlands; van den Bosch lives in The Netherlands. The interview is transcribed and available electronically or in hard copy. All the transcriptions and recordings are in Dutch. Brief English notes from the interviewer are in the file. They include: "Ron is a long-time friend of Henri and he provided photographs for three of Henri's earlier books. He is a painter. I met Ron in the early seventies, but had not had any contact with him since then. He gave an articulate account of his relationship with Henri and he spoke with much affection about him. He needed a little prompting. He made little reference to Henri's sexuality. Instead, he places much emphasis on his gratitude for Henri's friendship and on the fun they had together." The pictures discussed in the interview are available on cdrom at the archives.

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