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George Whipple Papers

Includes 41 slides of paintings created in 1962-63 (‘originals lost, alas’); 19 small albums containing 36 original and/or copies of drawings, 684 altogether; 1 large album of photos taken from slides of 29 paintings, plus 12 reproductions of small drawings; some miscellaneous papers and his 10th book, Kites, published by Ekstasis Editions in 2007.

Whipple, George

Glass 1994 accession

Biographical files, correspondence, course notes, lecture notes, research files, addresses, manuscripts and publications, photographs and slides, audio tapes and film documenting the career of Irvine Glass as a specialist in shock waves and a professor and administrator at the Institute for Aerospace Studies. There are extensive files on his research interests (including the American space program), professional associations and conferences, sabbatical leaves and trips, and on his personal involvement in Jewish issues through the Canada-Israel Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Canadian Professors for Peace in the Middle East, and the Committee of Concerned Scientists.

Anyone researching Dr. Glass' career will find the several versions of his curriculum vitae in box 001, file 01 useful in gaining an overall view of his career and in determining what he regarded as significant at various stages in it.

Glass 1995 accession

Biographical files, certificates and diplomas, professional and personal correspondence, lecture notes on gas dynamics (1954-1963); files on professional associations, conferences, and trips; drafts of articles and addresses, and photoprints documenting Dr. Glass's career as a professor of aerospace studies and a specialist in shock waves, and his personal interest in the Jewish peoples through his involvement, in particular, with Canadian Professors for Peace in the Middle East, the Committee of Concerned Scientists, and the Sino-Judaic Institute.

Gwendolyn MacEwen Papers

Collection consists of literary papers and manuscripts, personal papers and correspondence, photographs, business records, printed appearances, and books from her library.

MacEwen, Gwendolyn

Halpenny 1987 accession

Consists of correspondence, lecture notes, student files, and addresses relating to teaching of library science and to publishing, especially in her capacity as editor of the University of Toronto Press.

Halpenny 2000 accession

This accession documents Francess Halpenny’s activities as a student ; with the Women’s Division of the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War II ; with amateur theatre groups ; as editor of the University of Toronto Press and the Dictionary of Canadian Biography ; as dean of the University of Toronto Faculty of Library and Information Science ; and as member of numerous academic and professional groups. It also documents Dr. Halpenny’s involvement in promoting social sciences and humanities generally and Canadian Studies in particular ; the honours and awards received throughout her career.

The accession includes 12 series:
I) Education and personal activities ;
II) Theatre ;
III) Honours and Awards ;
IV) University of Toronto Press ;
V) Royal Canadian Air Force. Women’s Division ;
VI) Dictionary of Canadian Biography ;
VII) University of Toronto ;
VIII) Royal Society of Canada ;
IX) National Library of Canada ;
XI) Other professional activities ;
XI) Research and Publications ;
XII) Talks and Conferences.

Ham 2002 accession

Records in this accession relate to several series established in B1997-0010, and include personal correspondence, clippings, memorabilia, notebooks and scrapbooks. Also includes many diplomas and honours, artifacts, slides and photographs. Of particular note is documentation relating to J.M. Ham's trip to India as a representative to the World University Services in 1953 as well as personal correspondence with family while a student at MIT in 1946-47.

Ham 2012 accession

Family correspondence relating to trips Prof Ham took including his 1960 trip to Moscow for the 1st International Congress of the International Federation Automatic Control, a trip to the United Kingdom in 1966 and the Balkans in 1971 for a meeting of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. There is also family correspondence for trips he took together with his wife Mary to Scotland and Banff, Vancouver however most of the family correspondence documents the sabbatical year the family took to Cambridge in 1960 - 1961.

Also included in this accession is one photo taken at the IFAC meeting in Moscow.

Ham 2019 accession

Family photo album documenting James Ham's childhood into early adulthood including his time working for Ontario Hydro as a student and his time in the Navy during World War II. There is also one family trip diary describing a car trip he took with his wife Mary and their two children to the Northwest Territories in 1971. There are selected slides documenting his trip to the USSR in 1960. There is also a selection of colour slides taken during trips to Asia including an official Uof T trip to China in 1980 as well as a 2nd trip to China and Korea with Mary in 1982. Finally there are photos of the plaque unveiling to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the founding of Ajax Campus, 1994

Hart House

Warden's Office administrative files relating to committees, events/activities, University of Toronto files, clubs, etc. (1929-1976). Business office files (1973-1976), Programmes office files (1973-1976); photoprints of Hart House (c1929), and Toke Festival.

Hart House

Photos of Finnish Exchange Students outside Hart House, 1954 and 1962 taken by Herb Nott & Co. and Jack Marshall & Co..

Hart House

Records relating to the Hart House Art Gallery, the Justina Barnicke Art Gallery, the Art Committee and the Permanent Collection. Types of records include: correspondence, grant applications, exhibition applications, insurance lists, exhibition lists, programmes and slides.

Hart House

Exhibition files contain applications, lists of applicants (1993-1999), exhibitions at the Justina Barnicke Gallery , selections from the Hart House Permanent Collection (1993-1998), committee and club exhibits and competitions organized by the Hart House Art Committee and the Camera Club including presentations for the education series (1997-1998). Includes exhibition catalogues, photographs, slides and a video.

Hart House

Programme files relating to administration, committees and clubs.

Hart House

  • UTA 0120-A1973-0050
  • Accession
  • 1919-1973 (predominant 1950-1973)
  • Part of Hart House fonds

Hart House records: Warden's Office files including committee and club files, the Warden's personal records, staff files, and Vincent Massey records (1919-1973); administrative files of the Comptroller's Office (1929-1955); membership, activity, committee and club files of the Graduate/Undergraduate Office (1955-1973); administrative files of the Reservations Office; architectural drawings; photographs; film and sound recordings.

Hart House

  • UTA 0120-A1974-0012
  • Accession
  • 1923-1973; (predominant 1950-1973)
  • Part of Hart House fonds

Administrative, staff, committee, and club files, as well as a file on Vincent Massey from the Warden's Office (1923-1973); budgets of the Comptroller's Office (1923-1931); membership, activity, committee and club files of the Graduate/ Undergraduate Office (1955-1973); photographs, including the royal visits of 1939 and 1951

Hart House

Finnish student exchanges and work-study seminars; Hart House Glee Club; House Committee of Hart House; student Christmas gathering.

Hart House

Oversize photographs and one panoramic shows groups in front of Hart House during World War I including portraits for the Military Hospitals Commission Command, School of Massage, School of Orthopaedic and Physiotherapy and Nursing Staff. There is also one image of Soldier's Tower.
Coloured slides document Hart House in 1982 including exterior and interior views as well as scenes of activities and Richard Alway the Warden of Hart House.
One music CD from a concert held at Hart House on Feb 6, 2000 entitled "A Celebration of Canadian Music: Virtuosi at University College (Fabio Mastrangelo and Tara Louise Montour, violin)".

Hart House

Photograph of Finnish exchange, 1962; photo of Great Hall, 1958; equipment drawings for plumbing fixtures.

Hart House

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

Hart House

Exhibition files from the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery and the Arbor Room. Includes files from the Hart House Art Committee, consists of correspondence, contract, artist's statement, insurance value, list of works, curriculum vitae, press release, catalogues, press clippings; photographs, negatives and slides of artists' works; audio-cassette of Paul Dutton's vocal performance entitled "Full Throatle".

Hart House

Warden's appointment books (1972-1976); Hart House and Students' Administrative Council publications; publications featuring Hart House; posters advertising 1977 New Year's Eve party.

Hart House

  • UTA 0120-A1985-0022
  • Accession
  • 1970-1984;(predominant 1983-1984)
  • Part of Hart House fonds

Administrative files of the Warden's Office (1983-1984); photoprints of Caledon Farm, International Poetry Meeting (1975), and Festival Toke (1977); sound recording of Festival Quebecois - Soiree

Hart House

Exhibition files from the Justina Barnicke Gallery and the Arbor Room consist of correspondence, contract, artist statement, lists, catalogues, press release and photographs.

Hart House

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

Hart House

Five pen and ink sketches of Hart House. One possibly was done by Owen Staples while three were drawn by Gladys Cochrane. One is unsigned. The three Cochrane prints were given as Christmas gifts by J. B. Bickersteth, Warden of Hart House.

Hart House

  • UTA 0120-A1978-0026
  • Accession
  • 1939-1977; (predominant 1974-1977)
  • Part of Hart House fonds

Warden's Office files relating to committees, clubs, general correspondence, personnel; Programmes office files; Business office files. 2 photoprints of portraits of Queen Elizabeth and King George VI (also 2 copy photoprints) (1939).

Hart House

The "Book of Hart House" (the Massey Family scrapbook) documents the building, opening and early activities of Hart House. Included are photographs showing its construction, interior and exterior architecture as well as images of sports and recreational activities. There is one photograph of the Hart House site in the 1870s. Clippings, correspondence, photographs and other memorabilia document the cornerstone laying ceremonies and its opening. The scrapbook also contains artwork and related correspondence of the calligraphy and crest designs by A. Scott Carter for the Great Hall.
Several copy prints of the photographs have been made including the image of the Hart House site in the 1870s.

Hart House

From the Warden's Office: Scrapbooks bound in leather: The Fiftieth Anniversary Hart House, Vol 1 and 2; Hart House, U. of T. 1939 Royal Visit; Hart House Investiture; [International Festival of Poetry Scrapbook?]. They contain press clippings, programmes, photographs, and like memorabilia.

Hart House

This accession documents award winning photographs from the Hart House Camera Club Exhibition of Photography from 1922 to 2015.

Hart House Camera Club

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

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.

Hart House Theatre

Minutes, reports, constitution and correspondence of the University of Toronto Drama Committee. Programmes, and miscellaneous printed material for Hart House Theatre. Photoprints and drawings relating to productions; two Students Administrative Council group photos ca 1915.

Hart House Theatre

Financial and administrative records including those of the Business Manager (1935-1962),and Secretary (1946-1964); nightly reports, prop and costume files for productions, minutes of the Board of Syndics (1920-1965) and Letters Patent; scripts (prompt scripts, unpublished scripts and some original scripts submitted to the theatre;production scrapbooks (1925-1966); correspondence. Also photographs and glass negatives.

Hart House Theatre

Three black-and-white photographs of Frederick Coates working on his mural based on the characters and scenes from 'The Tempest' in the summer of 1935. It was 'carved from a solid piece of linoleum and painted to give an effect of combining the best qualities of stained glass windows and worked leather'. It was installed in the lobby of Hart House Theatre.

Hart House. Chess Club

Accompanying material includes newspaper clippings and score sheet.
Chess Club Committee members; chess teams; games and tournaments.

Hart House. Orchestra

Minutes, financial records, correspondence and subject files, programmes, scrapbooks and photographs of the Hart House Orchestra and Hart House Orchestra Associates mainly created by Boyd Neel and Carman Guild. Also includes financial records of L.B.N. Concerts Incorporated; proceedings of the Association of College Unions International conferences.

Hart House. Programme Office

Consists of correspondence, notes relating to meetings, agenda, information leaflets, newsletter, list of members of committees, clubs and guests, submissions to literary competition, awards, report, catalogue, holdings' cards, tickets to events, vouchers, policies, procedure manual and advertising contracts.

Hart House. Programme Office

Files of the Programme Advisor, Linda Offman, including minutes, reports, correspondence, survey and activities of subcommittees reporting to the Graduate Committee, the House Committee and the Library Committee of Hart House. Some minutes of the Board of Stewards meetings may also be found; contain photos of 3 authors in the Reading and Writuals Series; and a CD with multimedia section of music, poetry and short fiction written and composed by students.

Hartle 1992 accession

Research notes, papers, correspondence, and manuscripts created by Douglas Hartle, professor of Economics at the University of Toronto and founder of the Institute for Policy Analysis. Relate mainly to macro economic issues such as rent control, government budgetary and expenditure process, and tax related issues. Photoprints of Hartle standing in front of sign for the Institute of Policy Analysis ca 1978.

Henry Scadding Papers

Contains three albums of photographs collected, arranged and annotated by Scadding, which includes photographs taken and collected during the completion of his Doctor of Divinity at Oxford in 1867, in locales including England, Wales, France, Switzerland and Belgium. Also includes reproductions of historical and religious art, as well as collectable photographs of well-known writers, preachers and Oxford professors. Albums also include early photographs of Toronto, including large residences, monuments and the University of Toronto. Collection contains a small amount of personal papers including a composite book on the history of Cornwall and Devon, letters and an insurance policy for Scadding’s furniture and library.

Scadding, Henry

Huntsman 1978 accession

Accession consists of correspondence, research notes, manuscripts, ca. 1600 sample fish scales, maps, articles, offprints, newspaper clippings dealing with Huntsman's research in fishing. Also includes publications, photoprints, photographic negatives, aerial photographs, scrapbooks and some slides.

Huntsman 1988 accession

Accession of correspondence, minutes, notes, manuscripts and reports on the study of (primarily salmon) fishery management and migration. Also includes files on the Biological Board of Canada, and the Ontario Fisheries Research Committee. Photographs, in chronological order, document the study of fishery management and migration including: fishing locations at the Margaree and Moses Rivers as well as other lakes and falls in the Maritimes; migration of various types of fish including sturgeon, trout and salmon; marine biologists laying salmon traps; construction of Round lake Dam; and several images unidentified.

Huntsman 2005 accession

This accession consists of diaries, diplomas, research files (including fish scales), memoranda, minutes, notes, reports, photographs and, especially, correspondence, manuscripts and publications documenting Dr. Huntsman’s career as a marine biologist and an expert on the behaviour of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). The correspondence is primarily professional, centres on officials at the Biological (later Fisheries Research) Board of Canada, and colleagues (especially Thomas Goudge) at the University of Toronto and elsewhere, including Ralph W. Burhoe of the Institute on Religion in the Age of Science. There are files on numerous conferences, organizations such as the Ontario advisory committees on Lake Erie and Lake Huron fisheries, the Wood’s Hole Oceanographic Institution, the Royal Society of Canada and the Royal Lunch Club at the University of Toronto. Dr. Huntsman’s writings are primarily from his post-retirement years and centre on issues relating to fisheries research, especially the movement of salmon, and critiques of evolution.

Innis 1977 accession

Accession consists of photo-negatives, photoprints and slides taken during Harold Innis' research trips to Fort Prince of Wales; Repulse Bay; Churchill, Manitoba; Newfoundland; Northern Bay; and Saint John, New Brunswick.

Innis 1st 1972 accession

The arrangement of this archive reflects its handling by Harold Innis' literary executors and subsequently by members of the Rare Book Department and the University Archives. Some records were given to the Rare Book Dept. by M.Q.Innis as early as 1965; following her death in January 1972, her son Hugh Innis donated more records to RBD. These latter records had been collected and arranged by the executors (M.Q,Innis, Donald Innis, Del Clark, Donald Creighton and Tom Easterbrook), with the assistance of Jane Ward. In December 1972, RBD transferred the archives of Harold Innis to the University Archives. Three different attempts to arrange and describe the Innis records were never seen through to completion until the project was made a priority in May 1985, resulting in the present inventory.

Previous manipulation of the Innis archives made discernment of original order very difficult. This inventory bases arrangement and description on the guiding principle of provenance, and follows as accurately as possible the form and the function of the records. While the archives reflect Harold Innis' life and career, some of the series are based on artificial creations by Mary Quayle Innis as her husband's personal secretary and editor. The press clippings and scrapbooks are her creation, as are the bibliographic card file and the editorial records for the Communications manuscripts. The records of Innis' primary research appear before the draft manuscripts and publications. Three voluminous studies - Empire and Communications, The History of Communication, and The Idea File - are supplemented by Innis' reading notes found in Series VII and VIII.

The Innis archives cover the period from 1906 to 1970 and total 4.5 metres in extent; the bulk of the records date between 1920 and 1952. Records dating after Innis' death in 1952 pertain principally to the editorial preparation of several of his books that were reissued. There is also some record of posthumous Innis studies, and some references to Innis College and the Innis Foundation.
Access to the records in this accession has been restricted only in cases where the physical condition is considered fragile. Most of such restricted files are available in another form, such as typed transcripts or photocopies. Permission to use restricted or closed items must be obtained from the University Archivist.

In May 1979, a number of artifacts belonging to the Innis archives were transferred to A.S.Wood on behalf of the Harold Innis Foundation and Innis College. In March, 2010 these were returned to the University Archives and are now designated as /001ART. Researchers studying Innis should also consult B72-0025 for a more extensive record of his correspondence with colleagues and his University activities. The records of the Department of Political Economy will provide further evidence of Innis' administrative role.

J. Edward Chamberlin Papers

Includes Lorna Goodison material such as drafts, proofs and notes for From Harvey River; early drafts of ‘Supplying Salt and Light/Oracabessa’; Travelling Mercies; By Love Possessed; drafts for unpublished ‘The Book of Amber’; Controlling the Silver; personal and professional correspondence, including Rex Nettleford, Derek Walcott and others; ink doodles and drawings within texts; appearances; photographs; “Run of poetry by Canadian Poets (each illustrated) in Saturday Night, January 1989 – January 1995. Poetry editor J. Edward Chamberlin”; and various other material related to the lives and work of Lorna Goodison and J. Edward Chamberlin

Chamberlin, J. Edward

Jack Batten Papers

This collection contains papers and other documents pertaining to the work of Jack Batten, a Toronto-based writer and journalist..

Batten, Jack

Jack MacLeod Papers

Includes photographs, in particular Richard E. Spencer and Shirley Douglas at the unveiling of the Tommy Douglas bust at the Saskatchewan Legislature; notes for his Reflections in my Wintertime; and correspondence and other material related to his diagnosis of terminal cancer.

MacLeod, Jack

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