Typed from manuscript copies, these are incomplete sections of Line's notes. Includes notes on: The Holy Spirit and the Trinity; Various Reflections on the Trinity, doctrines of Man, the Church and the Future; Democracy vs. Socialism/Communism; Socialism as viewed by various Canadian denominations; Social Policies of various Canadian churches
File is missing the concert program for NMC's concert on January 12, 1992. The 1991-1992 concert season included the following performances:
Ô Bali : New Music Concerts Ensemble with special guests Arraymusic and Evergreen Club Gamelan (Walter Hall ; September 22, 1991)
The Arditti String Quartet (Du Maurier Dance Theatre ; November 10, 1991)
From Budapest : the New Music Studio with guest composers and performers Barnabás Dukay, Zoltán Jeney, László Sary, László Vidovsky (Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts ; November 24, 1991)
Concert Stockhausen with Lise Daoust, flute and Suzanne Lantagne, dancer (Betty Oliphant Theatre ; December 15, 1991)
Solitary Climb : Diana McIntosh : a one-woman multi-media show (Betty Oliphant Theatre ; January 12, 1992)
Electronic Purgatory : Kristi Allik and Robert Mulder (Betty Oliphant Theatre ; February 1-2, 1992).
File includes programs for concerts from the fifteenth-anniversary season of New Music Concerts:
Heritages with Harry Somers, Wayne Strongman, Robert Aitken, the Tapestry Singers, and the New Music Concerts Ensemble (Premiere Dance Theatre ; October 6, 1985)
Lontano, conducted by Odaline de la Martinez (Premiere Dance Theatre ; October 27, 1985)
John Adams with Joel Quarrington and the New Music Concerts Ensemble (Premiere Dance Theatre ; November 17, 1985)
Re-tuning : Chamber Arts Quartet with Giannetta Baril, Marie Boisvert, Jackie Henninger, Marie Lorcini, Charlotte Moon, Laura Stevenson, harps (Premiere Dance Theatre ; December 15, 1985)
Ne plus ultra : Trio "Ars Nova" with Marc Widner, Fujiko Imajishi, and the New Music Concerts Ensemble (Walter Hall ; January 26, 1986)
Continental countenance : celebrating the American Society of University Composers Festival : Robert Aitken, Joseph Petric, and the New Music Concerts Ensemble (Jane Mallet Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre ; March 8, 1986)
Magic Thunder : with 53 percussion instruments : Nexus, Claudette LeBlanc, and Peter Schenkman (Premiere Dance Theatre ; April 13, 1986).
File is missing the program from the NMC concert on January 13, 1984. It includes a subscriber's pass to the NMC series of lectures, demonstrations, and films, featuring Elliott Carter, Morton Feldman, Sven-Erik Bäck, Films by Kagel, and Maurcio Kagel. The 1983-1984 concert season included the following performances:
Elliott Carter on the occasion of his 75th birthday with guest soloists Katherine Terrell, Thomas Paul, and Norbert Kraft (Walter Hall ; October 1, 1983)
Guest composer Alexander Goehr (Walter Hall ; November 19, 1983)
String Quartet no. 2 by Morton Feldman : world premiere, performed by the Chamber Arts Quartet (Walter Hall ; December 4, 1983)
Guest composer Sven-Erik Bäck (St. James Cathedral ; January 13, 1984)
World premieres : Music in space! (Great Hall, Hart House ; February 19, 1984)
Guest performers Ensemble Kaleidocollage (Town Hall, St. Lawrence Centre ; March 24, 1984)
Mauricio Kagel (Town Hall, St. Lawrence Centre ; April 9, 1984).
File contains the following programs from the 1976-1977 concert season:
All-Canadian program performed by Ensemble de la Société de musique contemporaine du Québec and members of New Music Concerts of Toronto, directed by Serge Garant (Art Gallery of Ontario ; October 17, 1976)
Guest composers Mario Bertoncini and Betsy Jolas (Edward Johnson Building ; November 8, 1876)
The Fires of London, directed by Peter Maxwell Davies (Burton Auditorium, York University ; November 22, 1976)
Guest composer Iannis Xenakis (Edward Johnson Building ; December 6, 1976)
Guest composer Nikos Mamangakis (St. Lawrence Centre, Town Hall ; January 15, 1977)
Guest composer and performer Attila Bozay (St. Lawrence Centre, Town Hall ; February 19, 1977)
Trio Excoco, Schola Cantorum Stuttgart (St. Lawrence Centre, Town Hall ; March 18, 1977)
Guest composer Elliott Carter (St. Lawrence Centre, Town Hall ; April 23, 1977)
File also contains programs from three concerts outside of NMC's regular season:
Ensemble de la Société de musique contemporaine du Québec and members of New Music Concerts of Toronto at ISCM World Music Days (October 24, 1976)
Ensemble de la Société de musique contemporaine du Québec and members of New Music Concerts of Toronto at ISCM World Music Days (October 25, 1976)
The Gabora Ensemble, Thursday at Noon Concerts, University of Guelph (February 17, 1977)
Music for the Morning of the World : for mezzo soprano and tape by R. Murray Schafer with guest performer Roger Reynolds (Edward Johnson Building ; February 10, 1972) with Phyllis Mailing, mezzo-soprano
New Music Concerts at the National Arts Centre, Festival Canada (Edward Johnson Building ; July 29, 1972).
NMC's first concert season also included:
Guest conductor and composer Luciano Berio (Edward Johnson Building ; January 6, 1972)
New Music Concerts ensemble (Edward Johnson Building ; February 24, 1972)
Guest composer Vinko Globokar (Edward Johnson Building ; April 13, 1972)
New Music Concerts ensemble (Edward Johnson Building ; May 4, 1972).
Includes article, "Struggle, sit-ins and serious chutzpah: The early years of campus community co-operative day care centre and child care in Canada," by Julie Mathien, April 2020, in addition to a portrait taken at the interview.
Includes scans of ABUS, a publication produced by the Association for the Advancement of Blacks in the Health Sciences (AABHS), The Auricle, a Black Medical Students Association (BMSA) publication, and additional clippings. File also includes Dr. Wharton's speaking notes for the 2020 BMSA anniversary and a portrait taken during interview.
Oral history interview of Mary Elisabeth Wallace by Elizabeth Wilson. Focuses on the period 1930-1974, Wallace's undergraduate professors and student activities, the School of Social Work and its relations with the Dept. of Political Economy, her career in the Dept. of Social Work and the faculty, students and curricula in the Dept. of Political Economy after World War II.
Oral history interview conducted by Valerie Schatzker. Commences with a discussion of his family background and early education. Focusses on the period of 1930-1977, the administrative history of the Faculty of Medicine, its teaching staff and curriculum changes and developments, specifically in the Dept. of Therapeutics. Also discusses the Toronto General Hospital, provincial aide to higher education in medicine, the Ontario Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation and Gairdner Foundation.
Oral history interview conducted by Paul A. Bator. Covers Welsh's career and the history of the Dept. of Physics, its faculty and students. Focuses on his undergraduate days and decision to choose Science, the influence of Sir John McLennan, graduate student observations of Germany in the 1930s, effects of World War II on the Dept., including the radar training school and post-war expansion of the department and advances in fields of astronomy, geophysics, and computer science.
Oral history interview conducted by Paul A. Bator. Covers the history of the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering from the involvement of his father though to his own retirement in 1959. Focuses on Faculty Deans, especially C.H. Mitchell and C.R. Young, Presidents Falconer and Cody, student activities, his courses in engineering drawing and English and both World Wars and their effects on the University of Toronto.
Oral history interview conducted by Allan Irving. Covers family background and early education through to retirement as head of Dept. of Near Eastern Studies in 1967. Discusses the development of curricula in Oriental languages and Near Eastern studies and related fields, faculty members associated with these subjects and the influence of field archaeology in the development of these academic fields.
Interview conducted by Barbara Byers as part of the Library Oral History Project. It focusses on the period 1931-1971, from his graduation through to his tenure as Dean of the Faculty of Forestry. Discusses the Ontario Dept. of Lands and Forests and the Faculty's relations with the Ontario government, the provincial, national and international forestry associations, and the position of women in forestry.
Oral history interview conducted by Allan Irving. Covers his choice of academic field and his arrival in Canada to teach at the University of Toronto (1939-40) through to his departure in 1960. Discusses the establishment of the honors course in geography and its curricula, the administrative history of the Dept. of Geography, prominent personalities in the Dept., including Griffiths Taylor, Donald Putnam and Kenneth Hare, Harold Innis and Sidney Smith and his involvement with the Canadian Civil Liberties Association during and after World War II.
Oral history interview with John Surerus done as part of the Library Oral History Project by Humphrey N. Milnes. Commences with an account of his primary and secondary education. Focusses on his career at Victoria College and subsequently with the Dept. of German; the effects of both World Wars on the Department and the University. Discusses his associates on the faculty and staff of the University as well as various aspects of the administrative history of the University and Appleby College.
Oral history interview conducted by Paul A. Bator. Covers early childhood interest in natural history through post-retirement research ca. 1930-1978. Focusses on his undergraduate and graduate work in the Dept. of Biology, curricula, academic staff, the Royal Ontario Museum and its relations with University of Toronto and his ongoing research on the Monarch butterfly.
Oral history interview by Elizabeth Wilson with Zerada Slack, Director of Athletics and Physical Education for Women as part of the Library Oral History Project. Account of her involvement with athletics and physical education and training for women at McGill University, as a high school teacher in Hamilton, with the Y.W.C.A. during World War II, and at the University of Toronto. Focusses on the period 1946-1961, the development of intercollegiate athletics for women, salaries and allowances and available facilities for women, events leading to the constrution of the Benson Building, and the expansion in curricula and student activities.
Oral history interview with Leonard Smith conducted by Humphrey Milnes as part of the Library Oral History Project. Covers the period 1920-1974, focusing on anecdotes concerning senior administrative staff and faculty. Discusses convocations, the administrative history of the University and the effects of the Great Depression and World War II on the University.