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1992

Binder contains 103 B&W negatives, 7 colour negatives, and 26 B&W photographs depicting portraits of Spanish prof. D. Leon, Astronomy prof. C. Dyer, "The Attic" pub manager, Acting Principal John Perz, and T. Singh, campus grounds, the sculpture, faculty and staff at the patio party ceremony, students, volleyball, unidentified sports teams, campus grounds in winter, Dr. and Mrs. Urquhart dinner, Prof. J. Quick and Physics students in lab, multimedia open house in Meeting Place, students in snow, Prof. N. Eyes and Geology students at Scar. Bluffs, Math Lab with Mary Horrigan, 1990 Orientation, A. Rosselet with N. Mulgrave of Academic Services, the Canadian Flaf, students around campus, Child Care Centre services, G. Ivy & students in lab, and C. Johnston and students profiled for "Campus Close-Up". Handwritten labels included are "D. Leon Spanish Portrait", "School", "School Shots", "Patio Party Ceremony", "Students", "Students/Sports", "Exterior Winter", "Dinner", "Physics Students in Lab - Prof. J. Quick", "Multimedia Open House Meeting Place", "Charles Dyer Astronomy", "Snow Scenes at College", "Geology Students at Scar. Bluffs: Prof. N. Eyles", "Math Lab with Mary Horrigan", "Scar. College Orientation", "William Barek", "'The Attic' Pub Manager", "Acting Principal John Perz", "Academic Services} Alan Rosselet with Norma Mulgrave; the Bev", "Scarborough College DHall", "Math Computer Lab Mary Horrigan", "G. Ivy & Students in Lab", and "Terry Singh Students in Pub - Christine Johnston Profiled all for "Campus Close-up".

Architecture; Architecture and recreation; Athletics and recreation; Award ceremonies; Ceremonies and celebrations; Computers and technology; Department of Arts, Culture and Media; Department of Computer and Mathematics; Department of Physical & Environmental Sciences; Faculty; Humanities Wing; Laboratories; Lectures; Mathematics proram; Meeting Place; Opening ceremonies; Physics and Astrophysics program; Principal; Professors; Residential architecture; Scarborough (Ont.); Scarborough College; Science Wing; Sculpture; Staff; Students; Students and teachers; Students - - Athletics and recreation; Studying; University Buildings; University of Toronto. Scarborough Campus.; Volleyball; Athletics; Science and Technology; Buildings - Exteriors; Buildings - Interiors; Events - Celebrations and Socials; Events - Ceremonies; Events - General; Faculty and Staff - General; Faculty and Staff - Teaching; Grounds - Campus Views' Grouonds - Landscapes; Portraits - Faculty and Staff; Portraits - Sports Teams; Students - General; Students - Activities

1994

Binder contains 482 B&W negatives, 97 B&W photographs, and 3 colour photographs depicting the cast of "The Tempest", club meetings, H203/H216 lecture theatres, Jewish Financial Services Watts Lecture, Orientation with Pritchard Kennedy, the weight room, teleconference, Honours Reception, Biology Lab Recycling display, frog dissection, Take Your Kids to Work Day, Graduation, Health and Wellness Centre, school interior, campus grounds, UofT Day "Autumnation", gallery artwork, Frank Harrutt's 100th Birthday at Legion Home in West Hill with artist T. Westbrook and Professor R. Bryan, gallery construction of "Home - Collaborative Interpretations", football, a welder, TV set, Physics students in lab, a party, Fall 1992 Arts Administration Advisory Council, John in the Academic Stores, Scar.College Open House, Prof. N. Eyles and Geology students at Scar. Bluffs, Student Counselling Services, Chemistry students, and Co-Op students, portraits of S. Miller, A. Patenal, J. Greenlaw, M. Apilapo, M. Sondergoerd, R. Eamon, M. Bunce, L. Fenton, M. Elliot, O. Hong, A. Watanare, L. Cahill, J. Black, B. Hogan, and M. Pounsett from "Into the Woods", Summer Dons M. Gordon and R. Walsh, Health Services staff, Athletics Dept., Computer Services including J. Guchardi and A. Rosellet, Groundscrew, G. Ivy, Psychology prof. J. Kennedy, P. Laycock, Counselling Services staff, Curator L. Wilie, recipients of Aerobics Award, printing staff with B. Mohr, Graphics and Photography Dept., S. Crawford and J. Abray from Co-Op, W. Barek and M. Easton from the Computer and Technology Dept, Dr. M. Rapp from Health Services, Psychology professors A. Kulka and J. Bassilli, M. Zimmer from Public Relations, Philosophy prof. WM. Seager, Chemistry prof. K. Henderson, Photography prof. D. Harford, and A. Young for "Campus Close- up" with C. Johnston. Handwritten labels included are "Cast of the Tempest", "Stephenie Miller 'Into the Woods'", "Club Meetings", "Andrew Patenal 'Into the Woods'", "Jody Greenlaw", "Marsette Apilapo 'Into the Woods'", "Melanie Sondergoerd 'Into the Woods'", "Rebecca Eamon 'Into the Woods'", "M. Bunce 'Into the Woods'", "Lisa Fenton", "Marci Ellio DRAMA", "O. Hong 'Into the Woods'", "Anthony Watanare 'Into the Woods' DRAMA", "Linda Cahill 'Into the Woods' DRAMA", "Jenn Black 'Into the Woods' DRAMA", "DRAMA Lisa Fenton", "Bruce Hogan 'Into the Woods' DRAMA", "Matthew Pounsett 'Into the Woods' DRAMA", "H203/H216 Classroom", "Financial Services Jewish Watts Lecture", "Watts Lecture", "Financial Services", "Mark Gordon Summer Don", "Health Service/Riscylia Walsh", "Athletics", "Computer Services John Guchardi Allan Rosellet", "Orientation 1994 Pritchard Kennedy", "Weight Room", "Orientation", "Grounds Crew", "Gwen Ivy Portrait", "John Kennedy Psychology Portrait", "Student Dons", "Penelope Laycock", "Counselling Services", "Liz Wilie, Curator Aerobics Award","Teleconference", "Printing Billy, Mohr", "Graphics + Photography", "Honours Reception", "Shelley Crawford, Jane Abray Co-Op", "Biology Lab Recycling Display, Frog Diss.", "Take Your Kids to Work Day", "Bring Your Kids to School", "Graduation", "Health and Wellness Centre", "Ceremony", "School Interior", "William Barek Matt Easton/CITD", Dr. M. Rapp Health Services", "School Exterior", "UofT Day - 'Autumnation' at Scar. College", "Gallery Art Work", "School Exterior Winter", "Frank Harrutt 100th Birthday, Legion Home, West Hill with Artist Tony Westbrook", "Gallery:

Actors; Architecture; Architecture and recreation; Artwork; Athletics and recreation; Award ceremonies; Ceremonies and celebrations; Chemistry program; Computers and technology; Construction; Convocation; Department of Arts, Culture and Media; Department of Biological Sciences; Department of Historical and Cultural Studies; Department of Philosophy; Department of Physical & Environmental Sciences; Department of Psychology; Department of Social Sciences; Events - Performances; Exhibitions; F.B. Watts Memorial Lecture; Faculty; Football; Gallery; Health; Laboratories; Lectures; Meetings; Open house; Performances; Physics and Astrophysics program; Professors; Scarborough (Ont.); Scarborough College; Scarborough College. Gallery; Sculpture; Staff; Students; Students - - Art; Students - - Athletics and recreation; Students - - Drama; Studying; Television studio; Theatre; Theatre & Performance Studies program; University Buildings; University of Toronto at Scarborough. Gallery; University of Toronto. Scarborough Campus.; Artwork; Athletics; Science and Technology; Buildings - Exteriors; Buildings - Construction; Buildings - Interiors; Events - Celebrations and Socials; Events - Ceremonies; Events - Convocations; Events - Performances; Faculty and Staff - General; Faculty and Staff - Teaching; Grounds - Campus Views; Grounds - Landscapes; Portraits - Students; Portraits - Faculty and Staff; Students - General; Students - Activities; Students - Drama and Music

1995

File contains a total of 226 B&W photographs and 29 colour negatives depicting events and portraits of staff and faculty of the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus; some negatives sheets have sticky notes; negatives descriptions include: "McCauliffe, Portrait"; "John Kennedy- Key Fundraising"; "Brian Smith, Pat Yakaikov, 1995"; "Marion Zimmer, Martha Young, 1995- Allan Rosselet, Portrait"; "Marion Zimmer, Carol Fearon, God Vandyk"; "Doug Wilson, Purchasing (retired)-Rob Tolvertrorne-Electronics-1995"; " Watts 95, Roberta Bondar, Astronaut"; "Engineering Services-Danny Doling, Ray Richards, Bob Touchbourne, Danny Karagianis, Bill Nicholson,"; "Amelia Coats Ellis, Advancement Officer"; "Students- Res Centre- '95";"Student Council '95"; "Gornik-Audio-Visual -Feb 95"; "Graduation-Health Fair-Feb/95"; "Social Science Instructors"; "Physics Olympics-1995"; "Staff Barbecue-1995"; "Alumni Weekend-1995"; "Nature Walk Gord Van Dyke"; "Students Patio (Colour)"; "Roberta Bondar Astronaut-Krashinsky"; "Orientation 95, Dengler, Greenhouse, Students, Patio, Telescope"; "Orientation 95, Quick, Mohajer Telescope"; "Bob Touchborne"; "Orientation, Pritchard, Kennedy, Police"; "Night of Stars '95-Thompson"; "Summer Camp '95"; "Rascilla Don, 1995"; "Opening of Key '95"; "Purchasing Vince Carmella"; "Students(general shots) Bench Donation"; "Health Services"; "Principal with Leo Club, 1995"; "Student Dows"; "Awards Ceremony, Sept 95"; "Sheila Fineston '95- Paul Thompson, Celebrity"; "Drama Studio Control's Room '95"; "Drama Studies '95"; "Drama Studies, Control room '95"; "Awards Ceremony"- Paul Thompson 1995"; "Chemistry Showcase, Open House 1995"; "Staff Residence Centre- 1994"; "Children- Summer Camp-1994" (orange stickers on negatives); "Take your kids to work '95"

Alumni; Alumni and alumnae; Alumni Association; Awards Ceremonies; Celebrity; Ceremonies and Celebrations; Chemistry; Children; Drama Studies; Graduation; Health Services; Open House; Orientation; Portraits Faculty and Staff; Physics Olympics; Residence; Scarborough (Ont). Staff; Students; Social Science; Summer Camp; Thompson-Paul; University of Toronto Scarborough

1997 2564-2697 [1/2]

File [1 of 2] contains a total of 141 B &W negatives and 273 colour negatives depicting sports games, award ceremonies; graduation ceremonies, drama and theatre, cultural events, portraits of alumni and staff etc.; negatives are placed in archival preservers; descriptions include: "Rugby Sept '96"; "Archery 1997"; " Computer Centre Karate"; "Chinese Business Dinner- Thompson Advancement"; "Megacity Debate, 1997-Krashinsky, Bunce; "Awards Ceremony- Paul Thompson Jan '96"; "Students in Residence- 1997"; "Rwine Elevator-Disabled- 1997"; "Bazaar '96-Van Dyke"; "Bazaar '95- Colour"; "Summer Barbecue- 1995"; "Student Council Reception 1995"; "Christmas 1994"; "Student Council Reception '1996"; "Multicultural Day '1995"; "Doris McCarthy, Reception Artist, Principals Residence, Paintings 1995"; "Bazaar 1995"; "Christmas 1995"; "Campus Police '96"; "Christmas '96"; "Gallery Show Jan '96- Kennedy"; "Telescope Observatory"; "Cupchick '1995"; "Physics Olympics"; "Summer Barbecue"; "Drama Theatre Tempest-1993"; "Function, Principal's Residence-1995"; "Computer Visual Presenter-Audio Visual"; "Scientific Equipment repanned by electronic services"; "Convocation '97"; "Convocation '96, Thompson"; "Mosaic 97 Cultural Community"; "Daycare 1997"; "Councelling Renovations"; "Borin, Portrait"; "Jack Martin Potrait"; "SCAA Photos Rec Centre"; "Rec Centre Students- 1995 (Colour); "SCAA Photos Rec Centre- Colour"; "Human Resources Portraits, Dagmar Mills-Rosie Maggie Colour"; "Human Resources-Suzaane Dagmar Mills"; "Lasher Estate- Interior Renovations"; "Lasher Estate- Principals Res"; "Lasher House-Principals Res-Interior Renovations"; "John Kennedy, Portrait Colour"; "SCAA, Rec Centre-Colour"; "Tennis Seniors-Front Entrance"; "Fran Widowczyk-Residence Manager, Student Don; "Siebel Hoff '97"; "Electronic Theatre Leslie Chan"; "Electronic Theatre-Front Entrance -1997"; "Drama- Midnight Summer's Dream '1997-Shakespeare"; "Electronic Services Camcorder-Security System"; "Theatre Drama Control -1996"; "Mayo, Music, Guest Speaker 1997"

Architecture; Architecture and recreation; Award ceremonies; Banquets; Biology program; Ceremonies and celebrations; Convocation; Dean; Department of Arts, Culture and Media; Department of Biological Sciences; Department of Computer and Mathematics; Department of Historical and Cultural Studies; Department of Physical & Environmental Sciences; Department pf Social Sciences; Events - Performances; Faculty; Laboratories; Lectures; Meetings; Music & Culture program; Performances; Principal; Professors; Residential architecture; Scarborough (Ont.); Scarborough College; Staff; Student groups; Student residences; Students; Students and teachers; Studios; Studying; Thompson, R. Paul, 1947-; University Buildings; University of Toronto. Scarborough Campus.; Science and Technology; Buildings - Exteriors; Buildings - Interiors; Events - Celebrations and Socials; Events - Ceremonies; Events - Convocations; Events - General; Events - Performances; Faculty and Staff - General; Faculty and Staff - Teaching; Grounds - Campus Views; Portraits - Students - Portraits - Faculty and Staff; Students - General; Students - Activities; Students - Associations and Clubs

1997 2564-2697 [2/2]

File [2 of 2] contains a total of 150 B&W negatives and 226 colour negatives depicting portraits of staff in of the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus, celebrations and ceremonies, orientations, portraits of the life science department, portraits of the physics department, various events etc.; negatives are placed in archival preservers; descriptions include: " Rosie Stone Tool- Human Resources"; Marla Miller, Portrait"; "Ken Schnell, Alumni Affairs-Office of Advancement-1996"; "Summer Camp Award Winner, 1996"; "Wheelchair Access-1996-Rec Wing Elevator"; "Summer Camp Drama-1996"; "Prof Leonard-Ken Schnell"; "Summer Camp- Science Camp, Residences 1996"; "Humanities Books-1996"; "Counselling Services-Before Renovations 1997"; "Registrar's office- before renovation"; "Counselling Services-Peter Smith- Before Renovations-1997"; "Principal Paul Thompson Portrait-1997"; "Biederman-Research 2641-1997"; "Janice Body Book Covers -1996"; Prudentia Executives,Luncheon, Community 1997"; "Physics instruments-1997"; "Doctor Health +Wellness 1997"; "Orientation, 1997"; "Photos of Lasher House, Historical, Principals Residence 1997"; "Orientation, 1997"; "Orientation 1996"; "Electronic Theatre-1996"; "Bazaar '96"; "Registrar Renovations 1997"; "Wellness Centre Portrait Colour Health Doctor"; "Wellness Centre Health Doctor"; "Mosaic '97- Colour"; "Graduation 97, Campbell Dengler"; "Graduation 1997-Commencement"; "Students on Patio-1997"; "Thompson Zathureczky"; "Chinese Business Association Dinner"; "Residence Learning Staff-1997"; "Summer Res Cleaning Crew Badges 1997"; "Judith Techman, Portrait Office 1997-Political Science; "Rick Powers Management-Portrait in Office-1997"; "HasenKamp, Biology, Life Science Lab-1997"; "Jordee Psychology, Life Science, Environmental Portrait 1997"; "Mathematics, Physical Science '1997"; "Physics Instruments, Colour 1997"; "Greenhouse Beckstead, School Entrance 1997"; Drama-1997"; "Microscope Biology"; "Mackenzie Newspaper Editor 1997"; "Art Studio,Services 1997"; "Corporate Donation 1997"; "Academic Services Picnic 1997"; "Students Services fair, Students Patio'97"; "Students computer library patio '97"; "Martin Lee 1997-Hwing Patio"; "Front Entrance Colour 1997"; "Academic Services Picnic 97"; "SCAA Scarborough College Athletics Association 1997"; "Dave Steele Rob Rec Centre-Athletic Association"; "Exterior School Dusk 1997"; "Art Centre 1998"

Academic Services; Alumni; Alumni and alumnae; Alumni Association; Awards Ceremonies; Biology; Buildings; Buildings-Interiors; Commencement; Convocation; Councelling Services; Events-Performances; Faculty; Faculty and Staff; Faculty and Staff-General; Graduation; Health and Wellness Centre; Human Resources; Humanities Wing; Library; Mathematics; Open House; Orientation; Patio; Physics; Portraits- Faculty and Staff; Portraits- Students; Principal; Professors; Programmes; Registrar; Scarborough (Ont). Staff; Students; Students- Drama; Students-Music; Students- Drama and Music; Theatre; Thompson-Paul; University of Toronto Scarborough; Buildings - Exteriors; Buildings - Interiors; Events - Celebrations and Socials; Events - Ceremonies; Events - Convocations; Events - General; Events - Performances; Faculty and Staff - General; Faculty and Staff - Teaching; Grounds - Campus Views; Portraits - Students - Portraits - Faculty and Staff; Students - General; Students - Activities; Students - Associations and Clubs

1998 2696-2757

File contains a total of 228 B&W negatives and 133 colour negatives depicting staff, students, alumni, cultural events, celebrations and ceremonies at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus; negatives are placed in archival preservers; descriptions include: "Rec Centre"; "Chemistry Lab- 1998"; "College Front, Fran Wdowczky Residence"; "Academic Services Picnic 1995"; "Drama Theatre, Midnight Summers Dream-1997"; "Orientation 1999"; "Martin Lee, Portrait"; "Fulthorpe Student, Portrait-1997"; "Drama Theatre Production Headshot 1998, "Price of Success"; "Cupchock Research"; "Counselling Registrar"; "Midsummer Nights Dream, Drama Theatre"; "Award Ceremony '97-Tom Mohr"; "Students in Residence"; "Residence Staff Russ Jack Martin 1996"; "Theatre Production, Drama, Cultural Price of Success"; "Summer Camp Waterfight, 1996"; "Abigail Payne Portrait"; "Registrar's Staff"; "Anthropology Field Trip 1997"; "Cupchick Magazine Research"; "Awards Ceremony 99, Campbell, McLeister, Dengler"; "Orientation '97, Pritchard, Kennedy, Police Demo"; "Retirement Barbecue 1998"; "Orientation '97, Macleod, Pickett, Kennedy"; "Graduation Kim Richard Event"; "Student Connection Program 1996"; "Fashion Show '97"; "Choir Band Concert 1997"; "Colour Prints From Sides '97"'; "Art Lab, Chem Lab 1998"; "Gym Floor Opening, 1997"; "Toronto Tabla Assemble '97"; "Cultural Clubs Teaching Assistant Award-97"; "Gym Opening Floor"; "Bazaar '97"; "Caryl Clark, Music Portrait"; "Leaders Retreat"; "Student Leaders Retreat, Colour"; "Retirement Barbecue-Alumni Reunion '98"; "Ted Relph, Social Sciences, Portrait Informal"; "John Blanchard Advancement"; "Student Event Sumo, Wrestling Boxing"; "Marti Latta, Portrait '1998"; "Rick Powers Portrait"; "John Kennedy Portrait"; "Health Fair, 1998"; "John Yuson, Staff, Lab"; "Basketball"; "Residence, Alumni President"; "Barn Fire Colour"; "Mark Kingwell Portrait"; "Retirement Party Colour"; "Orientation 1998, Gooch, Event, Paul Thompson, Tom Nowers"; Orientation '98"; "Students Patio, Choir"; "Sandi Ordoc, Student Profile"; "Writing Lab, 1998"; "Choir, Band, Allan Walker, Colour"; "Retirement Barbecue"; "U of T Open House"; "Miller Lash House Exterior"

Alumni; Alumni and alumnae; Alumni Association; Art; Arts Administration Co-op; Awards Ceremonies; Biology; Celebrations and Ceremonies; Chemistry; Choir; Commencement; Computer Co-op Management; Cultural Affairs; Events-Performances; Events-Party; Faculty; Faculty and Staff; Faculty and Staff-General; Geology; International Development Studies-IDS; Library; Management; Miller Lash House; Music & Culture Program; Open House; Orientation; Performances; Portraits- Faculty and Staff; Portraits- Students; Principal; Professors; Programmes; Registrar; Residence; Retirement; Scarborough (Ont). Social Sciences; Staff; Students; Students- Drama; Students-Music; Students- Drama and Music; Student Services; Theatre; Thompson-Paul; University of Toronto Scarborough; Buildings - Interiors; Buildings- Exteriors; Events - Celebrations and Socials; Events - Ceremonies; Events - Convocations; Events - General; Events - Performances; Faculty and Staff - General; Faculty and Staff - Teaching; Grounds - Campus Views; Portraits - Students - Portraits - Faculty and Staff; Students - General; Students - Activities; Students - Associations and Clubs

1998 2758-2851[1/2]

File contains a total of 146 B&W negatives and 91 colour negatives depicting various events at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus; B&W and coloured negatives are placed in archival preservers; some preservers have sticky notes on them; descriptions include: "Miller Lash House Event- Tom Nowers, Dunk Tank Event-Campus Exterior"; "Miller Lash House Event Renovation Party"; "International Development Studies- IDS"; "Choir Aerobics-1998"; "Frank Faubert, Scarborough Councillor-Celebrity, Paul Thompson Music"; "Student Leadership Retreat 1998"; "Opera Symposium show, Gallery, Fashion"; "Gord Van Dyke, Portrait Grounds"; "Paul Thompson, Informal Portrait"; "Event Party Christmas, 1997"; "Summer Camp, Children, Art Tennis 1998"; "Annual College BBQ"; "Summer Camp-Children"; "Bazaar-Party, Staff-'98"; "Dignitaries-Governing Council, Pritchard"; "Community Science Outreach-Summer Camp Children"; "Summer Camp 1998- Children Community"; "Community Drama, Children, Summer Camp Art, S-Wing Exterior"; "Miller Lash House Exterior, Summer Camp Children Community Construction Garage; "Opera Symposium-1998"; "Doug Hyatt, Management Portrait 1998"; "Gord Cleveland, Management"; "Library-Collin McLlyod and Marla Miller"; "Library WIlliam Barek"; "Alumni Selwyn"; Ian Robertson-Portrait in Office"; "Mark Kingowell, Philosophy-Portrait Humanities"; "Computer Co-op, Colour"; "Cultural Affairs Party"; "Art Theatre-1998"; "Ragner, Portrait"; "Roberta Fulthorpe-Environmental Portrait"; "Drama Theatre 'Price of Success' Colour"; "Registrar: Management Co-op Ribbon Cutting, Resource Room"; "Ron Smyth-Daycare, Children"; "Bors, Psychology, Portrait, 2800"; "Tom Tidwell- Portrait"; "Mike Mercury Fine Art Studio"; "Music Cultural Visiting Musician"; "Drama Theatre- Headshots Luke Shannon 1998"; "Miller Lash House Interior-Insurance Photos"

Alumni; Alumni and alumnae; Alumni Association; Art; Awards Ceremonies; Buildings; Buildings- Interiors; Choir; Children; Cultural Affairs; Environmental Science; Events-Performances; Events-Party; Faculty; Faculty and Staff; Faculty and Staff-General; International Development Studies-IDS; Library; Management; Miller Lash House; Music & Culture Program; Open House; Opera; Orchestra; Performances; Portraits- Faculty and Staff; Portraits- Students; Principal; Professors; Programmes; Registrar; Scarborough (Ont). Staff; Students; Students- Drama; Students-Music; Students- Drama and Music; Tennis; Theatre; Thompson-Paul; University of Toronto Scarborough

1998 2852-2879

File contains a total of 202 colour negatives and 15 B&W negatives depicting Alumni at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus; negatives are placed in archival preservers; 1 coloured negative is placed in a card in which the film type is called "Ektar"; descriptions include: "Scarborough College-Comm Relations"; "Alumni Joe Suevitan"; "Anthropology-Scar- Insert"; "Ted Relph, Alberto Mendelson"; "Alumni Craig Mantle"; "Computer Co-op Management 1998"; "Laurie Taylor Bolton- Alumni"; "Alumni Portrait-Arvin Darajan-Chemistry"; "Mark Kinewell"; "Computer Co-op"; "Kim Richard-Management Co-op"; "Virtual Tour Project- Students"; "Ekstein-Portrait"; "John Hannigan-Portrait"; "Franca Iacouetta, Portrait Humanities"; "Allan Griffin- Physics"; "Alumni Photos for Paper Insert-Studio Commissioned Vicky Choy"; "Prague Project, Drama Theatre"

Alumni; Alumni and alumnae; Alumni Association; Anthropology; Awards Ceremonies; Co-op Management; Computer Co-op Management; Drama; Faculty; Faculty and Staff; Faculty and Staff-General; Graduation; Humanities; Portraits- Faculty and Staff; Portraits- Students; Scarborough (Ont). Prague Project; Staff; Students; Students-General; Theatre; University of Toronto Scarborough

1999 280-2984[1/2]

File contains a total of 42 B&W negatives and 296 colour negatives depicting various events and alumni at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus; negatives are placed in archival preservers; there is one loose coloured negative in the file; descriptions include: "Physics Science 1998"; "Arts Culture Painting"; "Christmas Part Winter Scenes-1998"; "Choir Culture Music X-Mas Party-1998"; "Prague Student Exchange Theatre, Culture, Drama"; "Choir Culture Music Colour 1999"; "Christmas Party 1998"; "Social Sciences 1998-Retirement Party"; "David Phillips Watts Lecture"; "Dave Phillips, Celebrity Watts Lecture "Whats up with weather"; "Prague Fundraiser-Student Exchange-Cultural Theatre Drama"; "Susan Lock-Drama-1999"; "Jennifer Lee-Drama Headshots"; "Management Co-op Painting-SCAA Students Colour"; "Underground newspaper editor-Choy Promotional Colour"; "SCSC President, Close Cropped- Venitha"; "Vicky Choy Promo, Closecropped, Sport S, Colour"; "Will Vicky Choy Promo, Colour Closecropped"; "Liam Choy Vicky Promo"; "Paul Thompson-Lynval Salmon, AV"; "Principal Paul Thompson-Colour, Casual, Closecropped"; "Don Macmillan-Rosi Launch Registrar"; "Orientation 1998"; "Art Festival-1998"; 'MP John Mckay-Scarborough East, Colour Cheque to CITD"; "Cultural Week Colour"; "Jasen Wei Management"; "Jason Wei Vicky Choy Promo"; "Bill Joy Vicky Choy Promo"; "Aysan Server Casual, Vicky Choy Promo, Colour"; "Charles Dyer, Closecropped Colour, Vicky Choy Promo"; "Saltwater moon, Cultural, Drama, Theatre, Colour"; "Shrew Cultural Theatre, Drama"; "Taming the Shrew-Theatre"; "Informal Portrait"; "Vanlerbergh Informal Portrait-Vicky Choy Promo-Closeup"

Aerial Photographs; Alumni; Alumni and alumnae; Alumni Association; Art Festival; Awards Ceremonies; Co-op Management; Choir; Drama; Faculty; Faculty and Staff; Faculty and Staff- General; Graduation; Humanities; Orientation; Portraits- Faculty and Staff; Portraits- Students; Retirement; Scarborough (Ont). Social Sciences; Staff; Students; Students-General; Thompson- Paul; Theatre; University of Toronto Scarborough; Buildings - Interiors; Events - Celebrations and Socials; Events - Ceremonies; Events - Convocations; Events - General; Events - Performances; Faculty and Staff - General; Faculty and Staff - Teaching; Grounds - Campus Views; Students - General; Students - Activities; Students - Associations and Clubs

1999 280-2984[2/2]

File contains a total of 269 B&W negatives and 235 colour negatives depicting events and alumni at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus; negatives are placed in archival preservers; descriptions include:"Felicity Morgan- Councelling Informal"; "Sharmistra Law-Close CR"; "Gary Leonard, David Welch"; "Gwen Ivy, Portrait"; "Liz Hannis, Christine Arsenault- Bridgette MacDonald-Closedcropped"; "Academic Services BBQ"; "Academic Services Barbecue-Students in Hall"; "Student Info Day, Event-Colour Registrar"; "Volunteer Appreciation Night, Event- Lisa Fenton"; "Volunteer Appreciation Night Will, Art Co-op Placement Student"; "Retirement-Barbecue Event"; "Barbecue Registrar Calendar Distribution 1999"; "Convocation 9T9 Event-Students"; "Patrick Phillips, Martha Young"; "Sandra Bickford, Liason Portrait"; "Rochelle Strahun"; "Jawchuck, informal portrait"; "Student Info Night Event, Franca Iacouetta"; "Don Macmillan-Registrar"; "Carol Clarke, William Barek, Leslie Chan CITD"; "Student Info Night, Event-1999"; "Social Sciences Retirement Party-John Lee IsaJew"; "Social Sciences Retirement-Visiting Highschool Students"; "Alumni Reunion-Lisa Fenton"; "Bob Fugerer-IDS Awards Night Jane Maxwell-1999"; "IDS Awards 1999-Jane Maxwell-Patrick Phillips Retirement"; "Michael Shonserg, Drama"; "Wayne Dowler, Portrait"; "Janice C Patterson, Portrait"; "Studio Promo Registrar, Trioof Students"; "Residence Dons, Student Village, Fran Colour"; "Convocation 9T9, Graduation, Event Students"; "Convocation 9T9 Graduation, Event Students, Chemistry Skit+Demo"; "Orientation, 1999"; "Orientation 1999, colour, Tom Nowers"; "Student Orientation 1999"; "Students Promo, Registrar-Patio"; "Students Outdoors"; "Promo Registrar H-Wing, Colour Students"; "Registrar Promo, Outside"; "Student Promo, Registrar Philosophy Studio"; "Student Promo, Studio Environmental Science, Colour"; "Promo Registrar Studio Chemistry"; "Arts Management Co- op Studio, Colour, Registrar"; "Promo Studio Registrar Colour"; "Promo English-Books Colour"; "Promo, Psychology, Studio Registrar Colour" "Promo Registrar, Sports, Rec Centre, Studio Colour"; "Registrar Studio, Promo Student, Colour"; "Arts Management Co-op, Party, Colour Crawford, Colour"; "Art Co-op Crawford, Colour"

Aerial Photographs; Alumni; Alumni and alumnae; Alumni Association; Art; Awards Ceremonies; Chemistry; Co-op Management; Convocation; Drama; Environmental Sciences; Faculty; Faculty and Staff; Faculty and Staff-General; Graduation; Humanities; Humanities Wing; International Development Studies (IDS); Orientation; Portraits- Faculty and Staff; Portraits- Students; Registrar; Retirement; Scarborough (Ont). Social Sciences; Staff; Students; Students- General; Thompson-Paul; Theatre; University of Toronto Scarborough; Buildings - Interiors; Events - Celebrations and Socials; Events - Ceremonies; Events - Convocations; Events - General; Events - Performances; Faculty and Staff - General; Faculty and Staff - Teaching; Grounds - Campus Views; Students - General; Students - Activities; Students - Associations and Clubs

1999 2985-3040

File contains a total of 362 colour negatives and 107 B&W negatives depicting alumni at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus, staff and students, student housing, events, lectures, councils etc.; negatives are placed in archival preservers; descriptions include: "Career Fair, Registrar Counselling"; "Library Staff Colour Patterson"; "Student Housing Staff"; "Arts Management Co-op Scarborough Crawford, Colour, Arts Council"; "Management Co-op Gardener Museum"; "Watts Lecture"; "Crawford Arts Management Co-op-Bravo Placement"; "Arts Management Co-op Placement, Science Centre, Colour"; "Visual Arts Student Placement Crawford Arts Administration Co-op"; "Orientation, Colour"; "Andrew Borrows-Arts Management Co-op, Crawford"; "Prague Man+Woman Colour Drama Cultural, Reception"; "Prague Student Exchange-Drama Cultural"; "Prague Drama Cultural Writer, Reading, Russell Smith"; "Graduate School Days, Colour Counselling Services"; "Arts Management Co-op Placement, Harborfront Series"; "Management Co-op Promo Colour, Studio Registrar"; "Management Co- op Studio, Promo, Registrar"; "Management Co-op Salim Maherali, Studio, Promo, Registrar Colour; "Management Co-op Colour Registrar"; "Management Co-op Student"; "Joan Foley- Environmental Portrait"; "Neil Ten Kortenaar, Registrar Promo, Portrait"; "Claire Hasenkampf, Portrait, Studio, Registrar"; "Laura Karney, Promo, Colour, Studio, Registrar"; "John Hannigan, Registrar, Portrait, Promo, Colour"; "Larry Sawchuck, Anthropology, Social Science"; "Lisa Potty Director of Advancement"; "Alumni-Colour"; "Research Milgrim, Science"; "Ron Manzer, Portrait, Social Science"; "Frank Scarborough Mayor, Events Miller Lash House, Celebrity"; "Reception Colour Scarborough-Ex Mayor Frank Faubert"; "Alumni Reunion '98"; "Alumni Reunion, 1998"; "Summer Camp, Children Community Tennis, Children, 1998"; "Drama Student Head Shot"; "Cultural Youth Fair '98 Management Co-op"; "Sac Clubs Orientation, Nowers, Colour 1999"; "Andrew Stark- Portrait-1999"; "Andrew Studio Stark"; "Chemistry Promo Registrar-Tidwell"; "Sharon Dyas-Correta/Portrait"; "Watts Lecture, Cultural, Roberta Jamieson, Ontario Ombodsman"; "Marla Miller, Patrick Phillips"; "Leah Takata, Cultural, Registrar, Promo Studio"

Anthropology; Arts Management Co-op; Alumni; Alumni and Alumnae; Alumni Association; Chemistry; Children; Co-op Management; Counselling Services; Drama; Environmental Studies; Humanities Wing; Lectures; Library; Librarians; Library Buildings; Management; Miller Lash House; Orientation; Registrar; Scarborough (Ont.); Social Sciences; Staff, Students; Student Housing Staff; Theatre; University of Toronto Scarborough Campus; UTSC Library; Buildings - Interiors; Events - Celebrations and Socials; Events - General; Faculty and Staff - General; Faculty and Staff - Teaching; Grounds - Campus Views; Portraits - Students - Portraits - Faculty and Staff; Students - General; Students - Activities; Students - Associations and Clubs

2 1/4 Slides [black]

Binder contains 61 colour slides and 2 colour negatives depicting students on a dig, students studying around campus, UTSC buildings, UTSC residences, landscapes, and the library.

Architecture; Library; Scarborough (Ont.); Scarborough College; Students; Students and libraries; University Buildings; University of Toronto. Scarborough Campus.; UTSC Library

2 1/4 Slides [grey]

Binder contains 72 colour slides, and 20 colour negatives depicting field trips, artwork, students around campus, studying in the library, campus architecture, the grounds, botany lectures, a telescope, and a production of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night".

Artwork; Science and Technology; Buildings- Exteriors; Events - Performances; Faculty and Staff - Teaching; Grounds - Campus Views; Grounds - Landscapes; Students - General; Students - Drama and Music; Actors; Architecture; Artwork; Bladen Library; Department of Arts, Culture and Media; Events - Performances; Lectures; Library; Performances; Scarborough (Ont.); Scarborough College; Students; Students and libraries; Students and teachers; Students - Art; Students - Drama; Studying; Theatre; Theatre & Performance Studies program; University Buildings; University of Toronto. Scarborough Campus.; UTSC Library

2000 3173-3255[1/2]

File [1/2] contains a total of 247 colour negatives and 30 B&W negatives depicting events, staff, students and alumni of the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus; negatives are placed within archival preservers; sticky notes on 1 sleeve; descriptions include: "Rick Powers, Portrait, Passport, Govind Passport"; "Tam Topham, Registrar"; "Sharon-Library"; "Elizabeth Co-wer- Jerome Poonting 2000"; "Rosie Parnass"; "Computer Co-op Placement"; "Computer Co-op 2000"; "Ian Macdonald-Portrait"; "IDS Banquet-Catherine Moffat, Dignitaries 2000"; "IDS Banquet"; "IDS Marle Brenda Brown"; "Marge Kimmerly Retirement 2000"; "Volunteer Awards- Choir"; "Natalie Rec Centre, Physical Education 2000"; "Alumni 2000"; "Theresa, Dawson, Teaching and Learning 2000"; "Police Safety Awareness 2000"; "Police Safety Community 2000"; "Fran Wdowczyk, Portrait 2000"; "Jerome Liason, Rick Powers 2000"; "Mark Schmuckler 2000, Portrait 2000"; "Alumni 2000"; "Graduation, Commencement 2000"; "Ian Brown"; "Registrar Promo 2001, Sport Rec, Centre";"Roumian 2000, Onley, McKay, Dignitaries"; "Reunion 2000"; "Children Summer Camp 2000, Miller Lash"; "Miller Lash, Academic Services 2000 Barbecue"; "Natalie Physical Education"

Academic Services; Alumni; Alumni and Alumnae; Alumni Association; Children; Choir; Co-op Management; Commencement;Computer Co-op Management; Drama; Humanities Wing; International Development Studies; Lectures; Library; Librarians; Library Buildings; Management; Miller Lash House; Orientation; Registrar; Retirement; Scarborough (Ont.); Social Sciences; Staff, Students; Student Housing Staff; Theatre; University of Toronto Scarborough Campus; UTSC Library; Buildings - Interiors; Events - Celebrations and Socials; Events - General; Faculty and Staff - General; Faculty and Staff - Teaching; Grounds - Campus Views; Portraits - Students - Portraits - Faculty and Staff; Students - General; Students - Activities

2000 3173-3255[2/2]

File [2/2] contains a total 45 B&W negatives and 293 colour negatives depicting events, awards ceremonies, staff, students and alumni of the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus; negatives are placed within archival preservers; descriptions include: "Joe Herme, Portrait"; "Student Council 2000"; "Children Summer Camp 2000"; "Orientation 2000, Art Co-op Summer Camp"; "Art Co-op Management Co-op Open House"; "Management Open House 2000"; "IDS Banquet 2000, President Birgeneau"; "IDS Banquet 2001 Dignitaries"; "President Birgeneau 2000"; "Gallery 1999"; "Alumni 2000"; "Sue Horton 2000"; "Humanities Staff 2000"; "Valley Storm Damage 2000"; "Orientation 2000"; "Orientation 2000, Graduate School Days"; "Rick Powers Management Class 2000"; "Jim Dunsdon, Student Housing Residence"; "SCSC Portraits Student Council 2000"; "Drama Headshot"; "Rec Centre Staff 2000"; "Passport Photos- Iloan Le 2000"; "Registrar Arsenault Promo, Students 2000 Close-Crop"; "Registrar Promo, Close-Crop"; "Registrar Students, Close-Crop Promo"; "CC, Portrait"; "Awards Ceremonies 2000"; "Arts Co-op, Millerlash, Toronto Tabla Ensemble"; "Jaan Laaniste, Formal Portrait"; "Physical Education Awards"; "Catherine Loughlin, Classroom Management, Gallery 2000"; "Catherine Loughlin, Management Portrait, 2000"; "Paul Kingston 2000, Portrait"; "Catherine Moffat, Portrait"; "Cupchick, Passport"

Academic Services; Alumni; Alumni and Alumnae; Alumni Association; Arts Co-op Management; Award Ceremonies; Ceremonies and Celebrations; Children; Choir; Co-op Management; Computer Co-op Management; Drama; Humanities Wing; International Development Studies; Lectures; Library; Librarians; Library Buildings; Management; Miller Lash House; Open House; Orientation; Physical Science; Registrar; Retirement; Scarborough (Ont.); Staff, Students; Student Housing Staff; Theatre; University of Toronto Scarborough Campus; UTSC Library; Buildings - Interiors; Events - Celebrations and Socials; Events - General; Events-Celebrations and Socials; Events- Performances; Faculty and Staff - General; Faculty and Staff - Teaching; Grounds - Campus Views; Portraits - Students - Portraits - Faculty and Staff; Students - General; Students - Activities

2003.004 accrual

Accession 2003.004 is divided into 2 series according to format. These are: Textual Materials and AudioVisual Records.

The first series, Textual Materials, relates to Hirsh’s activities as CEO of Nelvana Ltd. It is divided into 7 subseries: Development, Legal, Business Affairs, Accounting, Production, Publicity & Distribution, and Photographs. This section also includes 117 pieces of original production artwork (storyboards, animation cels, backgrounds, etc.)

The second series, AudioVisual Records, includes 456 videocassettes and 10 audio documents related to the donor and Nelvana Ltd. Productions. The videos are primarily screening copies, though some document the various stages of production (producer’s cuts, alternative edits, demo reels) and others reflect Hirsh’s interest in animation from outside Canada.

Hirsh, Michael

2003.02 accrual

This fonds is divided into two series: ‘Textual Material’ and ‘Audiovisual Material’.
The first series, ‘Textual Material’, consists of nine subseries. ‘Press and Publicity’ consists primarily of published articles, profiles and reviews of the band between 1980 and 2003. ‘Correspondence’ consists of communications between members of the band and their management, and between management and record companies/promoters; this subseries contains numerous letters from celebrities, and spans the period between 1985 and 2001. ‘Legal’ consists of incorporation documents, contracts, and litigation; this subseries dates from 1984 to 2000. ‘Accounting’ consists of financial statements, royalty statements, invoices and receipts; this subseries dates from 1982 to 2000. ‘Creative’ consists of lyric sheets, poetry, string charts, scrapbooks, sheet music, and artwork; this subseries dates from 1975 to 1999. ‘Memorabilia’ consists of t-shirts, bandanas, displays, promotional postcards, and other items; this subseries dates from 1986 to 2002. ‘Posters’ consists of 67 posters advertising the band and particular concerts and recordings; this subseries dates from 1987 to 2002. ‘Photographs’ consists of photographs of the band and people associated with them; this subseries dates from 1981 to 2002. ‘Miscellaneous’ consists of 40 awards; this subseries dates from 1981 to 2002.
The second series, ‘Audiovisual Material’, consists of two subseries. ‘Audio Recordings’ consists of released and unreleased studio recordings and released and unreleased live recordings (including rough mixes, alternate takes and outtakes); this subseries dates from 1973 to 2003. ‘Video Recordings’ consists of footage of live concerts, interviews, award shows, EPKs (electronic press kids), videos, television advertisements and a documentary film about one of the band’s tours. This subseries dates from 1986 to 2003.

This fonds includes textual material relating to the following productions:

Outskirts (Album, 1987)
Montreaux Jazz Festival (Live musical performance, 1989)
Diamond Mine (Album, 1989)
1989 Juno Awards (Awards show, 1989)
Casino (Album, 1990)
Postcards from the Edge (Film, 1990)
1991 Juno Awards (Awards show, 1991)
Lost Together (Album, 1992)
Five Days in July (Album, 1993)
Maple Leaf Gardens (Live musical performance, 1996)
Tremolo (Album, 1997)
1998 Juno Awards (Awards show, 1998)
Just Like a Vacation (Album, 1999)
1999 Juno Awards (Awards show, 1999)
2000 Juno Awards (Awards Show, 2000)
Palace of Gold (Album, 2002)
Beautiful: A Tribute to Gordon Lightfoot (Album, 2003)

This fonds includes audiovisual material relating to the following productions:

Outskirts (Album, 1987)
Montreaux Jazz Festival (Live musical performance, 1989)
Diamond Mine (Album, 1989)
1989 Juno Awards (Awards show, 1989)
Casino (Album, 1990)
Lost Together (Album, 1992)
1992 Juno Awards (Awards show, 1992)
Five Days in July (Album, 1993)
Maple Leaf Gardens (Live musical performance, 1996)
Tremolo (Album, 1997)
Just Like a Vacation (Album, 1999)
1999 Juno Awards (Awards show, 1999)
Greatest Hits Live (Album, 2000)
Palace of Gold (Album, 2002)
2003 Juno Awards (Awards show, 2003)
Beautiful: A Tribute to Gordon Lightfoot (Album, 2003)
Daze in America (Album, n.d.)

Blue Rodeo

2006.001 accrual

Accession 2006.001 consists of six series (determined by format), ranging from 1939 to 1998. These are: Textual-Archival, Textual-Published, Photographs, Audiotapes, Audio Discs-Archival, and Audio Discs–Commercial.

The first series, Textual-Archival, consists of correspondence, scripts, call sheets, schedules, cast and crew lists, programs, and clippings. These files are arranged chronologically by genre and production.

The second series, Textual-Published, consists of music scores (most of them annotated), books, and magazines.

The third series, Photographs, consists of production stills, promotional portraits, and family snapshots.

The fourth series, Audiotapes, consists of radio air checks, pre-recorded radio programs, rehearsals, and parts of opera performances.

The fifth series, Audio Discs-Archival, consists of recordings of rehearsals, auditions and radio air checks.

The sixth series, Audio Discs-Commercial, consists of individual 12”, 10” and 7” discs, as well as LP box sets. These are primarily opera music and folk songs.

Accession 2006.001 contains textual material relating to several productions, including:

Forbidden Journey (Film, 1950)
The King and I (Live musical performance, 1951)
Rigoletto (Live musical performance, 1952)
Songs of My People (Radio, 19531963)
La Boheme (Live musical performance, 1954)
Le Nozze di Figaro (Live musical performance, 1955)
Rhapsody (Radio, 1959)
Stars Along My Path (Radio, 1961)
The Incredible Journey (Film, 1963)
The Shirley Harmer Show (Television, 1963)
The Sound of Music (Live musical performance, 1964)
Aida (Live musical performance, 1964)
Die Fledermaus (Live musical performance, 1964)
Cantando (Radio, 1965)
A European Lover (Live musical performance,1965)
Don Pasquale (Live musical performance, 1967)
Castle Zaremba (Television, 1970)
Orpheus in the Underworld (Live musical performance, 1970)
Across the Land (Live musical performances, 1970 – 1976)
Prologue to the Performing Arts (Live musical performances, 1970 – 1983)
Cosi Fan Tutte (Live musical performance, 1974)
King of Kensington (Television, 1975)
Lions For Breakfast (Film, 1975)
The Day My Granddad Died (Television, 1977)
A Night in Venice (Live musical performance, 1976)
Laterna Magika: The Lost Fairy Tale (Live musical performance, 19771978)
Seven Dreams (Live musical performance, 1978)
Lulu (Live musical performance, 1980)
Mr. Patman (Film, 1980)
Harvest (Television, 1980)
The Sound of Music (Live musical performance, 1980-1981)
The Amateur (Film, 1981)
Utilities (Film, 1981)
Your Ticket Is No Longer Valid (Film, 1981)
Play Gypsies (Television, 19811982)
Barnardo Boy (Live musical performance, 1982)
Little Gloria Happy at Last (Television, 1982)
The Persecution and Assassination Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade (Live musical performance, 1982?)
Cabaret (Live musical performance, 1983)
Labour of Love (Television, 1984)
Charlie Grant’s War (Television, 1984)
One Magic Christmas (Film, 1985)
Murder in Space (Television, 1985)
Kay O’Brien (Television, 1986)
Crossings (Television, 1986)
Edison Twins (Television, 1986)
Victor Jam Alive (Live musical performance, 1986)
Dead of Winter (Film, 1987)
Witches of Eastwick (Film, 1987)
The Kiss (Film, 1988)
The Elephant Show (Television, 1988)
The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick (Film, 1988)
No Blame (Television, 1988)
Something about Love (Film, 1988)
Ariadne auf Naxos (Live musical performance, 1988)
Two Men (Television, 1988)
The Experts (Film, 1989)
War of the Worlds (Television, 1989)
Divided Loyalties (Film, 1989)
Katts and Dog (Television, 1989)
Blind Fear (Film, 1989)
Cold Front (Film, 1989)
E.N.G. (Television, 19891992)
Courage Mountain (Film, 1990)
Down Home (Film?, 1990)
Descending Angel (Television, 1990)
Life Goes On (Television, 1990)
Max Glick (Television, 1990)
Class Action (Film, 1991)
Deceived (Film, 1991)
Eric's World (Television, 1991)
Devlin (Television, 1992)
Angel Street (Television, 1992)
On My Own (Film, 1993)
Coming of Age (Television, 1993)
Maniac Mansion (Television, 1993)
The Adventures of Dudley the Dragon (Television, 1994)
Lamb Chop and The Haunted Studio (Television, 1994)
The Birds II Film, (1994)
Mesmer (Film, 1994)
D2 The Mighty Ducks (Film, 1994)
Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story (Television, 1995)
Twelve Dreams (Live musical performance, 1995)
Roommates (Film, 1995)
Color Grey (Live musical performance, 1995)
Side Effects (Television, 1995)
X-Files (Television, 1996)
Snow Falling on Cedars (Film, 1997)
ER (Television, 1997)
The Third Twin (Television, 1997)
Never Too Late (Film, ca. 1997)
Due South (Television, 1997 – 1999)
Music From Another Room (Film, 1998)
Rescuers: Stories of Courage (Television, 1998)
Accession 2006.001 contains audiovisual material relating to several productions, including:

Jan Rubes Sings (Live musical performance, 1952)
Il Trovatore (Live musical performance, 1952)
Songs of My People (Radio, 19531963)
Parsifal (Live musical performance, 1955)
The Night Bell (Live musical performance, 1958)
The Incredible Journey (Film, 1963)
An Evening of Folk Songs with Jan Rubes (1963)
Marriage of Figaro (Live musical performance, 1964)
Castle Zaremba (Television, 1970)
Lions for Breakfast (Film, 1975)
Guess What? (Television, 1975)
The Day My Granddad Died (Television, 1977)
The Amateur (Film, 1981)
Charlie Grant’s War (Television, 1984)
Witness (Film, 1985)
One Magic Christmas (Film, 1985)
Crossings (Television, 1986)
Edison Twins (Television, 1986)
Witches of Eastwick (Film, 1987)
Something about Love (Film, 1988)
No Blame (Television, 1988)
Two Men (Television, 1988)
The Kiss (Film, 1988)
The Elephant Show (Television, 1988)
Cold Front (Film, 1989)
Blind Fear (Film, 1989)
The Experts (Film, 1989)
War of the Worlds (Television, 1989)
Divided Loyalties (Film, 1989)
Katts and Dog (Television, 1989)
Descending Angel (Television, 1990)
Courage Mountain (Film, 1990)
Down Home (Film,1990?)
Life Goes On (Television, 1990)
Class Action (Film, 1991)
On My Own (Film, 1993)
Coming of Age (Television, 1993)
Maniac Mansion (Television, 1993)
The Adventures of Dudley the Dragon (Television, 1994)
D2 The Mighty Ducks (Film, 1994)
Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story (Television, 1995)

Rubes, Jan

2006.007 accrual

This accession is divided into 5 series according to format. These are: ‘Graphic Materials’ ‘Audio Recordings’, ‘Video Recordings’, ‘Cinefilms’ and ‘Artifacts’.

The first series, ‘Graphic Materials, includes posters from such productions as The Wave, The Goods, and Ready or Not.

The second series, ‘Audio Recordings’, includes elements in several formats (including ½ in. tape, ¼ in. tape, 2 in. tape, 8mm tape, digital audio cassettes, D2 cassettes, DAT cassettes and CDs) pertaining to productions such as Canadian Idol, The Truth About Alex, Country Gold, A David Foster Christmas Card, Scott Hamilton’s Upside Down, Fellini and Me, Great Moments in Canadian Sports, and Heart of Gold.

The third series, ‘Cinefilm’, consists of 16mm film from Heart of Gold, Great Moments in Canadian Sport, Ready or Not, Country Gold and Tucker and the Horse Thief. Also included is 35mm film from The Truth About Alex and Heart of Gold.

The fourth series, ‘Artifacts’, includes awards and framed pictures pertaining to Heart of Gold, Fellini and Me, Full Circle, Kurt Browning: You Must Remember This, Open Mike with Mike Bullard, Ready or Not, Tara Lipinsky: From This Moment, The Truth About Alex, Toller Cranston: A Tribute.

This fonds includes graphic and textual material relating to a number of productions,
including:

The Truth About Alex (Television, 1986)
Test Pattern (Television, 1989 – 1991)
Fellini and Me (Television, 1990)
Country Gold (Television, 1992)
1993 Juno Awards (Television, 1993)
Ready or Not (Television, 1993)
Kurt Browning: You Must Remember This (Television, 1994)
Open Mike with Mike Bullard (Television, 1997 – 2003)
Full Circle: The Untold Story of the Dionne Quintuplets (Television, 1998)
Joni Mitchell: Painting with Words and Music (Television, 1998)
Toller Cranston: A Tribute (Television, 1998)
Tara Lipinsky: From This Moment (Television, 1999)
Jann Arden: Live At Last (Television, 2000)
The Wave (Television, 2000)
The Goods (Television, 2001)
2003 Juno Awards (Television, 2003)
This fonds includes audiovisual material relating to a number of productions, including:

Heart of Gold (Television, 1982)
Indigo (Television, 1983)
My Father My Rival (Television, 1984)
Tucker and the Horse Thief (Television, 1984)
Great Canadian Moments in Sports (Television, 1984)
Workin’ for Peanuts (Television, 1984)
The Truth About Alex (Television, 1986)
1986 Gemini Awards (Television, 1986)
It’s Only Rock ‘N Roll (Television, 1987)
1989 Juno Awards (Television, 1989)
A David Foster Christmas Card (Television, 1989)
Fellini and Me (Television, 1990)
Saying Goodbye (Television, 1990)
Kurt Browning: Tall in the Saddle (Television, 1991)
Test Pattern (Television, 1989 – 1991)
Country Gold (Television, 1992)
Pumped! (Television, 1992)
Canada Day (Television, 1992)
1993 Juno Awards (Television, 1993)
Ready Or Not (Television, 1993)
The Artistry of Torvill and Dean (Television, 1994)
Prairie Oyster: Group Portrait (Television, 1994)
Kurt Browning: You Must Remember This (Television, 1994)
Ed’s Night Party (Television, 1995)
Skate (Television, 1995)
Shark Talk (Television, 1996)
Scott Hamilton: Upside Down (Television, 1997)
Scott Hamilton: Back on the Ice (Television, 1997)
Open Mike With Mike Bullard (Television, 1997 – 2003)
Full Circle: The Untold Story of the Dionne Quintuplets (Television, 1998)
Joni Mitchell: Painting with Words and Music (Television, 1998)
Toller Cranston: A Tribute (Television, 1998)
100 Years of Canadian Sports (Television, 1999)
Tara Lipinsky: From This Moment (Television, 1999)
The WarmUp Show with Sean Tweedley (Television, 1999)
1999 Stars on Ice (Television, 1999)
The Wave (Television, 2000)
2000 Stars on Ice (Television, 2000)
Jann Arden: Live At Last (Television, 2000)
Sandra Bezic: The Passion to Skate (Television, 2000)
The MermanOff (Television, 2000)
2001 Canada’s Walk of Fame (Television, 2001)
Sonic Temple (Television, 2001)
The Goods (Television, 2001)
2002 Canada’s Walk of Fame (Television, 2002)
2002 Juno Awards (Television, 2002)
Jamie & David: A Golden Homecoming (Television, 2002)
Kurt Browning: Ice Legends (Television, 2002)
2003 Juno Awards (Television, 2003)
Sean Cullen Home For Christmas (Television, 2003)
Canadian Idol (Television, 2003)
Canadian Idol (Television, 2004)
2004 Juno Awards (Television, 2004)
2004 Canada’s Walk of Fame (Television, 2004)
2005 Canada’s Walk of Fame (Television, 2005)
Mindtrip: Explorations of the Paranormal (Television, 2005)
Jon Dore Show (Television, 2005)
Falcon Beach (Television, 2005 – 2006)
Canadian Idol (Television, 2005)
2005 Canada’s Walk of Fame (Television, 2005)
2005 Juno Awards (Television, 2005)
Hatching, Matching, & Dispatching: Pilot & Season 1 (Television, 2005)
Instant Star (Television, 2006)
2006 Juno Awards (Television, 2006)
Comedy Gold (Television, 2006)

Insight Productions

2006.009 accrual

This accession includes 13 series: ‘AudioVisual’, ‘Awards’, ‘Business Affairs’, ‘Development’, General’, ‘Legal’, Marketing and Distribution’, Photography’, Post-Production’, ‘Pre-Production’, ‘Production’, Publicity’, ‘Publicity-Posters’.

The first series, ‘AudioVisual’, includes 16mm film (including original camera negative from Ready or Not), sound elements, and video tapes (primarily Betacam SP broadcast quality tapes of preproduction material from Canadian Idol).

The second series, ‘Awards’, includes awards for a number of Insight productions.

The third series, ‘Business Affairs’, includes textual documents pertaining to several Insight productions.

The fourth series, ‘Development’, includes textual documents pertaining to several Insight productions.

The fifth series, ‘General’ includes correspondence, press clippings, and other textual records, related to general Insight company matters as well as specific Insight productions including Open Mike With Mike Bullard, Pumped, Quintuplets, Ready or Not, Stars on Ice, and Test Pattern. The series also includes artwork and posters from various Insight productions.

The sixth series, ‘Legal’, includes legal documents pertaining to the production of several Insight productions.

The seventh series, ‘Marketing and Distribution’, includes textual documents pertaining to the marketing and distribution of several Insight productions.

The eighth series, ‘Photography’, includes extensive photographic material (prints, negatives and slides of various formats) for most of the Insight productions.

The ninth, tenth and eleventh series, (‘Pre-Production’, ‘Production’, ‘Post-Production’) includes scripts, proposals, treatments, and outlines for various productions.

The twelfth series, ‘Publicity’, includes files pertaining to publicity for Insight productions.

The thirteenth series, ‘Publicity-Posters’, includes posters for various Insight productions.

This fonds includes graphic and textual material relating to a number of productions, including:

Heart of Gold (Television, 1982)
Fellini and Me (Television, 1990)
Ready or Not (Television, 1993)
Open Mike with Mike Bullard (Television, 1997 – 2003)
Joni Mitchell: Painting with Words and Music (Television, 1998)
100 Years of Canadian Sports (Television, 1999)
Jann Arden: Live At Last (Television, 2000)
Canadian Idol (Television, 2003)
Canadian Idol (Television, 2004)
The Juno Awards (Television, 2004)
The Juno Awards (Television, 2005)
Falcon Beach (Television, 2005)
Canadian Idol (Television, 2005)
The Juno Awards (Television, 2006)
Comedy Gold (Television, 2006)
This fonds includes audiovisual material relating to a number of productions, including:

Fellini and Me (Television, 1990)
Country Gold (Television, 1992)
Ready or Not (Television, 1993)
Ed’s Night Party (Television, 1995)
Open Mike with Mike Bullard (Television, 1997 – 2003)
Toller Cranston: A Tribute (Television, 1998)
Sonic Temple (Television, 2001)
The Goods (Television, 2001)
Sean Cullen Home For Christmas (Television, 2003)
Canadian Idol (Television, 2003)
Canadian Idol (Television, 2004)
Canadian Idol (Television, 2005)

Insight Productions

2006.011 accrual

This fonds includes six series, divided by format. These are: Textual Material, Photographic Material, Audio Material, Video Material, Cinefilm/Cinex, and Artifacts.

The first series, Textual Material, is chiefly made up of scripts, storyboards, production files, research files, correspondence, meeting notes, equipment files, technical drawings, bylaws, cast/crew lists, contracts and proposals.

The second series, Photographic Material, represents all periods of Spiess’ career, from his early portraiture and fine art images to his industrial/commercial work to production stills documenting his cinematographic work. This series is divided into two subseries: PH.1239 & PH.610977 and PH.240609.

The third series, Audio Material, includes soundtrack production elements and music.

The fourth series, Video Material, includes high quality dubs of the various versions of the finished commercial productions, as well as production elements for those commercials shot on video.

The fifth series, Cinefilms/Cinex, includes finished release prints of the various commercials as well as a number of short films by Spiess.

The sixth series, Artifacts, consists of examples of the tools that Spiess used to teach his students, as well as mementos of his involvement with the CSC.

This fonds includes 1,635 examples of Spiess’ commercials with most of the major local
and national clients represented. Clients/Products advertised include:

7Up
AT&T
Avon
Bank of Montreal
The Bay
Black Magic Chocolates
Black and Decker Tools
Buick
Canada Post
Canada Savings Bonds
Canadian Tire
Carling Brewery
Coca-Cola
Continental Bank
Dairy Queen
Dial Soap
Canada Homes
Chrysler
CIBC
CNCP
Dare Cookies
Eastern Sound
Eaton Centre
Ford Motor Co.
General Motors Canada/GMC
Great West Life
Gulf Oil
GWG Jeans
Hitachi
HIV/AIDS prevention PSA
Imperial Oil/Esso
International Nickel
Jello
Kelloggs
Kotex
Lipton Teas
Maclean’s
Mattel Toys
McDonalds Restaurants
Micron Skates
Miracle Food Mart
Molson Breweries
Monarch Cakes
Oldsmobile
Ontario Hydro
Ontario Lottery
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
Oscar Myer Wieners
Panasonic
Pontiac
Rustoleum
Sears
Sherwin Williams paint
Timex
Uniroyal
Xerox
As well there are AV materials relating to his full length film

Die Thomaner (1941)
Don’t Hurry Past: Cerebral Palsy

Spiess, Fritz

2008.007 accrual

This accession consists of 17 series, divided by production: ‘Are You Smarter Than a Canadian 5th Grader?’, ‘Canada’s Walk of Fame: 2006 & 2007’, ‘Canadian Idol: Season 4 & Season 5’, ‘Deal or No Deal Canada’, ‘Falcon Beach’, ‘Hatching, Matching and Dispatching: Pilot & Season 1’, ‘Icons and Rising Stars—Melissa and Rex: Let It Go!’, ‘Jon Dore Show, The Pilot & Jon Dore Show, Season 1’, ‘Juno Awards, 2006 & 2007’, ‘Mindtrip: Explorations of the Paranormal’, ‘MuchMusic VJ Search: Season 1’, ‘Project Runway Canada: Season 1’, ‘Star Racer’, ‘The Toronto Variety Show’.

The first series, ‘Are You Smarter Than a Canadian 5th Grader?’ includes Digital Betacam, Betacam SP, and DVD recordings pertaining to the five-episode game show hosted by Colin Mochrie.

The second series, ‘Canada’s Walk of Fame: 2006 & 2007’, includes Betacam SP, Betacam SX, CDR, Digital Betacam, DVD, MPEG IMX, and VHS recordings pertaining to the annual two-hour variety awards presentation paying tribute to Canadiancelebrities. Footage from live ceremonies is combined with interviews and historic still and moving images. These two editions feature inductees Wayne Gretzky, Paul Anka, The Tragically Hip, Arthur Hiller, Alex Colville, Daniel Lanois, Jim Carrey and others.

The third series, ‘Canadian Idol: Season 4 & Season 5’, includes Betacam SP, 2” tape, Betacam SX, CD, Digital Betacam, DPD113, DV Cam, DVD, Mini DV and VHS recordings pertaining to the television show hosted by Ben Mulroney. By the time these seasons aired on CTV, the series had become Canada’s highest rated television series in history.

The fourth series, ‘Deal or No Deal Canada’, includes Betacam SP, CDR, DV Cam, DVD, HD Cam, Mini DV and VHS recordings pertaining to the game show hosted by Howie Mandel. The program, which consisted of five episodes, was aired on Global Television.

The fifth series, ‘Falcon Beach’, consists of textual records and DVD, CD and VHS recordings of the one-hour drama series featuring young people summering in the fictitious lakeside resort town of Falcon Beach. Shot in Gimli and Winnipeg Beach, Falcon Beach is a co-production between Insight and Manitoba-based Original Pictures.

The sixth series, ‘Hatching, Matching and Dispatching: Pilot & Season 1’, includes textual records and ¼ in. tape, Betacam SP, CD, DAT, Digital Betacam, DVD, Floppy disk and VHS recordings pertaining to a half-hour comedy series produced for CBC in 2005 and 2006. The program, which was set in Newfoundland, features Mary Walsh, Mark McKinney, Shaun Majumder, Rick Boland and Sherry White.

The seventh series, ‘Icons and Rising Stars—Melissa and Rex: Let It Go!’, includes Betacam SP, CD, Digital Betacam, DVD, Mini DV, and VHS recordings pertaining to the documentary about two Canadian singers (and ex-Canadian Idol competitors) Melissa O’Neil and Rex Goudie. The documentary includes footage from concerts in Brantford, ON, St. John’s, NF and Calgary.

The eighth series, ‘Jon Dore Show, The Pilot & Season 1’, features Betacam SP, CD, Mini DV, and DVD recordings of Canadian comedian Jon Dore’s 2007 show.

The ninth series, ‘Juno Awards, 2006 & 2007’, includes Betacam SP, CD, DA113, DA8, DAT, Digital Betacam, DPD113, DVC Pro HD, DV Cam, DVD, HD Cam, Mini DV, VHS and XD Cam HD recordings of the 2006 and 2007 Juno Award ceremonies. The 2006 show was held in Halifax and was hosted by Pamela Anderson. Featured performers included Divine Brown, Bedouin Soundclash, Broken Social Scene, Coldplay and the BlackEyed Peas. The 2007 show occurred in Saskatoon and was hosted by Nelly Furtado. Featured performers include Tragically Hip, Alexisonfire, Billy Talen, KOS, DJ Champion, City and Colour and Patrick Watson.

The tenth series, ‘Mindtrip: Explorations of the Paranormal’, includes Digital Betacam and CD recordings pertaining to the program Mindtrip (hosted by Hugh Dillon). The 2005 production includes an overview of the paranormal and descriptions of paranormalrich Canadian locations.

The eleventh series, ‘MuchMusic VJ Search: Season 1’ includes textual records, Betacam SP, CD, DVD, Mini DV, and VHS recordings pertaining to the 10-episode reality program hosted by Dina Pugliese. Produced in 2007, this program features judges comprised of industry insiders including Robin Black, Kardinal Offishall and Steve Anthony.

The twelfth series, ‘Project Runway Canada: Season 1’, includes textual records and CD, DVD and XD Cam HD recordings pertaining to the first season of Project Runway Canada. The series, hosted by model Iman, features Canadian fashion designers competing for the chance to be discovered as the ‘it’ Canadian.

The thirteenth series, ‘Star Racer’, includes textual records, Betacam SP, CD, Digital Betacam, DV Cam, DVD, HD Cam, Mini DV, and DA8
recordings. The program, hosted by Canadian actor Yannick Bisson, was a reality-based competition to find Canada’s best driver. It was shot at Le Circuit racetrack in Mont Tremblant, Quebec and aired on the Discovery Channel.

The fourteenth series, ‘The Toronto Variety Show’, includes textual records, Betacam SP, CD/CDR, DVC Pro HD, DV Cam, DVD/DVDR, Mini DV, and VHS recordings. This entertainment-focused program was shot on location in downtown Toronto in four fast-paced one-hour episodes. Hosted by opera singer Measha Brueggergosman, the series featured Jon Dore, Melanie Durrant, K’naan, DJ Zahra, the Doo Wops and Kenny Robinson.

The fifteenth series, ‘Alison Birk Archive’, consists of textual records created by and/or for Alison Birk.

The sixteenth series, ‘John Brunton Personal’, consists of textual records created by and/or for John Brunton.

The seventeenth series, ‘John Murray Development Files’, consists of records created by and/or for John Murray Development Files.

This fonds includes graphic and textual material relating to a number of productions, including:

Falcon Beach: Series 1 (Television, 2005)
Hatching, Matching and Dispatching : Pilot & Season 1 (Television, 2005)
Mindtrip: Explorations of the Paranormal (Television, 2005)
The Toronto Variety Show (Television, 2005)
Icons and Rising Stars – Melissa and Rex: Let It Go! (Television, 2006)
Falcon Beach: Series 2 (Television, 2006)
Canada’s Walk of Fame: 2006 (Television, 2006)
Star Racer (Television, 2006)
Juno Awards: 2006 (Television, 2006)
Canadian Idol: Season 4 (Television, 2006)
Are You Smarter Than a Canadian 5-th Grader? (Television, 2007)
Canada’s Walk of Fame: 2007 (Television, 2007)
Canadian Idol: Season 5 (Television, 2007)
Deal or No Deal Canada (Television, 2007)
The Jon Dore Show: The Pilot (Television, 2007)
The Jon Dore Show: Season 1 (Television, 2007)
Juno Awards: 2007 (Television, 2007)
MuchMusic VJ Search: Season 1 (Television, 2007)
Project Runway Canada: Season 1 (Television, 2007)
This fonds includes audiovisual material relating to a number of productions, including:

Falcon Beach (Television, 2005)
Hatching, Matching, & Dispatching: Pilot & Season 1 (Television, 2005)
The Toronto Variety Show (Television, 2005)
Star Racer (Television, 2006)
Much Music VJ Search: Season 1 (Television, 2007)
Project Runway Canada: Season 1 (Television, 2007)

Insight Productions

2008.008 accrual (Riverdale)

Fonds consists of material pertaining to three seasons of production of the 1hour television series Riverdale. The show ran from 1997 – 2000, and all 47 episodes were broadcast on CBC television. The collection consists of 207 boxes of material spanning all three seasons of the show. The fonds is divided into two series: Corporate Records and Post-Production Records.
The first series, Corporate Records, consists of 49 boxes. These include correspondence/memos, fan mail, budgets, scripts, promotional materials, financial and banking records, sponsor files, production and continuity stills, character files, legal documents, insurance documents, music cue sheets, and architectural drawings.
The second series, Post-Production Records, consists of 158 boxes. These include raw shoot tapes, raw audio tapes, audio stems, voiceovers, music, master mix audio, edits, various masters, interview tapes and promo reels. There is also a complete set of both VHS and DVD screening copies of each episode. Textual documents include sound notes/charts, editing/mix notes and credits.
The material has retained its original arrangement.

This fonds includes textual material relating to the following productions:

Riverdale (Television, 1997 – 2000)
This fonds also includes audiovisual material relating to the following productions:

Riverdale (Television, 1997 – 2000)

Epitome Pictures Inc.

2008.013 accrual

This fonds is divided into 6 series, divided by format. These are: Textual Materials, Photographs, Audio Materials, Video Materials, Cinefilms and Artifacts.

The first series, Textual Materials, consists of documents from every phase of the production process. These include: proposals for various series, treatments, synopses, draft scripts, finished scripts, story boards, series presentations, and promotional kits. Legal and financial papers are also included.

The second series, Photographs, includes a number of prints used for research and promotional purposes.

The third series, Audio Material, includes sound elements and research material.

The fourth series, Video Material, comprises raw footage, edits, masters and viewing copies of completed productions. Of particular interest is the footage shot for Hollywoodism, which includes interviews with several Hollywood directors and producers who are now dead.

The fifth series, Cinefilms, includes raw footage and elements. Some personal films on Super 8 are also included.

The sixth series, Artifacts, includes posters, clothing, props, awards and a large Canadian flag.

This fonds includes textual material relating to a number of productions, including:

Falasha: Exile of the Black Jews (Film, 1983)
AIDS in Africa (Film, 1990)
Burden on the Land (Television, 1990)
Deadly Currents (Film, 1991)
Ms. Conceptions (Film, 1995)
The Plague Fighters (Television, 1996)
Selling of Innocents (Television, 1996)
Expulsion and Memory (Television, 1996)
A Mother’s Grief (Television, 1997)
The Dancing Game (Television, 1997)\
Hollywoodism (Television, 1997)
Quest for the Lost Tribes (Television, 1999)
Scandal! Then and Now (Television, 1999)
Drag Kings (Television, 2000)
The Struma (Television, 2000)
Betrayal! (Television, 2004)
Tell It Like It Is (Television, ca. 2004)
Sex Slaves (Television, 2005)
The Naked Archaeologist (Television, 2005)
Yummy Mummy (Television, 2005)
This fonds includes audiovisual material relating to a number of productions, including:

Falasha: Exile of the Black Jews (Film, 1983)
Burden on the Land (Television, 1990)
Ms. Conceptions (Film, 1995)
The Plague Fighters (Television, 1996)
Selling of Innocents (Television, 1996)
The Dancing Game (Television, 1997)
Hollywoodism (Television, 1997)
Quest for the Lost Tribes (Television, 1999)
Scandal! Then and Now (Television, 1999)
The Struma (Television, 2000)
Betrayal! (Television, 2004)
Impact of Terror (Film, 2004)
Tell It Like It Is (Television, ca. 2004)
The Naked Archaeologist (Television, 2005)
Yummy Mummy (Television, 2005)
Sex Slaves (Television, 2005)
The Exodus Decoded (Television, 2006)
Charging the Rhino (Film, 2007)

Associated Producers Ltd.

2008.014 accrual

Accession 2008.014 is divided into 6 series according to format.
These are: Textual and Other Material, Photographic Material, Graphic Material, Audio Material, Video Material, and Artifacts.
The first series, Textual and Other Material, includes scripts related to Nelvana (scripts, business, legal records, development files,correspondence, personal diaries, notebooks and other production-related files). This series also includes 31 series bibles and over 500 books and periodicals.
The second series, Photographic Material, includes photographs related to the animation production process, as well as images of Nelvana staff at work and play.
The third series, Graphic Material, includes material from different parts of the production process (animation cells, backgrounds, and cleanups).
They include some of the best known and most valuable of such materials, including Tintin, Rupert, Babar and Dog City. This series also includes posters.
The fourth series, Audio Material, consists largely of commercial recordings used for research. This series also includes rough mixes for Nelvana productions.
The fifth series, Video Material, primarily consists of completed Nelvana programs, as well as different versions of productions in progress.
The sixth series, Artifacts, includes a number of promotional items (toys, stuffed animals, clothing, etc.) from Hirsh’s productions.

This fonds includes graphic and textual material relating to a number of productions, including:

The Edison Twins (Television, 1982)
Droids (Television, 1985)
The Care Bears (Television, 1985)
Babar (Television, 1989)
Rupert (Television, 1991)
The Adventures of Tintin (Television, 1991)
Eek! the Cat (Television, 1992)
Cadillacs and Dinosaurs (Television, 1993)
Dog City (Television, 1992)
Tales from the Cryptkeeper (Television, 1993)
Budgie the Little Helicopter (Television, 1994)
Tabaluga (Television, 1994)
Tales from the Crypt (Television, 1996)
Franklin (Television, 1997)
Bob and Margaret (Television, 1998)
The Doodlebops (Television, 2004)
This fonds includes audiovisual material relating to a number of productions, including:

A Cosmic Christmas (Television, 1977)
The Care Bears (Television, 1985)
Tres Estelles (Television, 1987)
My Pet Monster (Television, 1987)
T & T (Television, 1988)
Babar (Television, 1989)
Beetlejuice (Television, 1989)
Little Rosey (Television, 1990)
Ren & Stimpy Show (Television, 1991)
The Adventures of Tintin (Television, 1991)
Rupert (Television, 1991)
Eek! the Cat (Television, 1992)
Fievel’s American Tails (Television, 1992)
Family Dog (Television, 1993)
Cadillacs and Dinosaurs (Television, 1993)
Dog City (Television, 1992)
Free Willy (Television, 1994)
The Magic School Bus (Television, 1994)
Tales from the Cryptkeeper (Television, 1994)
Little Lulu (Television, 1995)
Little Bear (Television, 1995)
The Hardy Boys (Television, 1995)
The Neverending Story (Television, 1995)
Blazing Dragons (Television, 1996)
Stickin’ Around (Television, 1996)
Nancy Drew (Television, 1995)
Waynehead (Television, 1996)
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (Television, 1996)
Donkey Kong Country (Television, 1997)
Ned’s Newt (Television, 1997)
Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicle (Television, 1997)
Franklin (Television, 1997)
Anatole (Television, 1998)
Flying Rhino Junior High (Television, 1998)
Dumb Bunnies (Television, 1998)
Bob and Margaret (Television, 1998)
Birdz (Television, 1998)
Pippi Longstocking (Television, 1997)
Rolie Polie Olie (Television, 1998)
Blaster’s Universe (Television, 1999)
George and Martha (Television, 1999)
Redwall (Television, 2001)
The Doodlebops (Television, 2004)
Spider Riders (Television, 2006)

Hirsh, Michael

2008.015 accrual

Accession 2008.015 consists of five series (determined by format), ranging between 1928 and 2005.
These are: Scrapbooks; Appointment Books; Textual Documents; Photographs; and VHS Videotapes.

The first series, Scrapbooks, consists of four oversized, handcrafted scrapbooks likely assembled by Susan Douglas. These scrapbooks document Rubeš’ European opera career, Rubeš’ North American career, Douglas’ career, and their family life.

The second series, Appointment Books, covers the period between 1955 and 2005. These include personal appointment diaries and day timers, as well as a ledger.

The third series, Textual Documents, was largely assembled by the Rubeš’ son, Tony. These files cover the period between 1928 and 2005 and include press clippings, reviews, personal correspondence, mementos, resumes, and biographies.

The fourth series, Photographs, consists of numerous publicity shots, production stills and photographs from 1940 – 2002. The subjects include fellow cast members, colleagues, and family members.

The fifth series, VHS Videotapes, includes several of Rubeš’ performances from the 1950s to 2005. These guest roles in movies and selected television productions characterize the sort of roles that Rubeš played later in his career.

Accession 2008.015 contains textual material in relating to several productions,
including:

Figaro (Live musical performance, 1948)
Forbidden Journey (Film, 1950)
Guiding Light (Television, 1953?)
Witness (Film, 1985)
Kane and Abel (Television, 1985)
Dead of Winter (Film, 1987)
Two Men (Television, 1988)
Something about Love (Film, 1988)
The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick (Film, 1989)
Max Glick (Television, 1990)
Coming of Age (Television, 1993)
Stargate SG 1 (Television, 2001)
The Outer Limits (Television, 1999)
Snow Falling on Cedars (Film, 1999)
Flight of the Reindeer (Television, 2000)
Anthrax (Film, 2001)
The Republic of Love (Film, 2003)
Accession 2008.015 contains audiovisual material relating to several productions,
including:

Forbidden Journey (Film, 1950)
Lions for Breakfast (Film, 1975)
Deadly Harvest (Film, 1977)
Vandenberg (Television, 1983)
Charlie Grant’s War (Television, 1984)
The Marriage Bed (Film, 1986)
Kay O’Brien (Television, 1986)
Fame (Television, 1987)
The Outside Chance of Maximilian Glick (Film, 1988)
Blood Relations (Film, 1988)
No Blame (Television, 1988)
Blind Fear (Film, 1989)
E.N.G. (Television, 19891992)
Street Legal (Television, 1990)
Max Glick (Television, 1990)
Class Action (Film, 1991)
Devlin (Television, 1992)
Coming of Age (Television, 1993)
Lambchop and the Haunted Studio (Television, 1994)
The Birds II (Film, 1994)
Roommates (Film, 1995)
Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story (Television, 1995)
X-Files (Television, 1996)
Never Too Late (Film, 1997)
The Outer Limits (Television, 1999)
The City (Television, 1999)
Flight of the Reindeer (Television, 2000)
Stargate SG1 (Television, 2001)
Anthrax (Film, 2001)
Mentors (Television, 2001)
Tilt (Television, 2005)
Our Fathers (Television, 2005)
Appassionata: The Extraordinary Life and Music of Sonia Eckhardt-Gramatte (Film, 2006)

Rubes, Jan

2009.008 accrual (Liberty Street / X-Rated)

Fonds consists of material pertaining to the production of the television pilot film X-Rated and the subsequent 11-episode series Liberty Street. The show ran from 1993 – 1995, and all 11 episodes were broadcast on CBC television. The collection consists of 157 boxes of material spanning all 11 episodes of the show. The fonds is divided into 2 series: Corporate Records and Post-Production Records.

The first series, Corporate Records, consists of 36 boxes. These include correspondence/memos, fan mail, budgets, scripts, promotional materials, financial and banking records, sponsor files, production and continuity stills, character files, legal documents, insurance documents, music cue sheets, and architectural drawings.

The second series, Post-Production Records, consists of 121 boxes. These include film negative, film transfers, raw shoot tapes, raw audio tapes, audio stems, voiceovers, music, master mix audio, edits, various masters, interview tapes and promo reels. There is also a complete set of both VHS and DVD screening copies of each episode. Textual documents include sound notes/charts, editing/mix notes and credits.

The material has retained its original arrangement.

This fonds includes textual material relating to the following productions:

X-Rated (Television movie, 1993)
Liberty Street (Television, 1994 – 1995)

This fonds also includes audiovisual material relating to the following productions:

X-Rated (Television movie, 1993)
Liberty Street (Television, 1994 – 1995)

Epitome Pictures Inc.

2009.014 accrual

This accession is divided into 2 series according to format. These are: ‘Audiovisual Material’ and ‘Textual Material’
The first series, ‘Audiovisual Material’ includes raw footage/shoot tapes, stock/historical footage, soundtrack elements, various edits/mixes, openings/logos, digital production stills, and final masters.

This fonds includes audiovisual material relating to a number of productions, including:
Country Gold (1992)
Juno Awards (1989-2009)
Radio Weiners (pilot) (2002)
Canadian Idol (2004 - 2008)
Kalan Porter (2005)
Muskoka Stoneman (pilot) (2005)
Mindtrip: Explorations of the Paranormal (2005)
In Essence (2005)
Deal or No Deal Canada (2007)
Project Runway (2007-2008)
Jon Dore Show (2007-2008)
Sabbatical (pilot) (2007)
The Nutcracker (2008)
CanWest Canspell (2009)
Tragically Hip Cinecast (2009)

The second series, ‘Textual Materals’, includes correspondence, production files, casting binders, tape logs, sound reports, scripts, contracts/agreements, budgets, still photos, episode summaries, credits, deal memos, schedules, judge’s comments, cast lists, release forms.

This fonds includes graphic and textual material relating to a number of productions,
including:
Canadian Idol – Season 3 (2005)
Canadian Idol – Season 5 (2007)
Canadian Idol – Season 6 (2008)
Deal or No Deal Canada (2007)
Jon Dore Show (2007)
Juno Awards – 31st Annual (2002)
Juno Awards – 33rd Annual (2004)
Juno Awards – 34th Annual (2005)
Muskoka Stonemen (2005)
Radio Weiners (2002)
Sonic Temple (2001)
Toronto Variety Show (2005)
Ready Or Not (1993 – 1997)
The Stone Angel (2006)
Wasaga Beach 2001 – 2003)

Insight Productions

2012 accrual

This fonds is divided into two series: ‘Textual Material’ and ‘Audiovisual Material’.

The first series, ‘Textual Material’, consists of nine subseries. ‘Press and Publicity’ consists primarily of published articles, profiles and reviews of the band between 1980 and 2003. ‘Correspondence’ consists of communications between members of the band and their management, and between management and record companies/promoters; this subseries contains numerous letters from celebrities, and spans the period between 1985 and 2001. ‘Legal’ consists of incorporation documents, contracts, and litigation; this subseries dates from 1984 to 2000. ‘Accounting’ consists of financial statements, royalty statements, invoices and receipts; this subseries dates from 1982 to 2000. ‘Creative’ consists of lyric sheets, poetry, string charts, scrapbooks, sheet music, and artwork; this subseries dates from 1975 to 1999. ‘Memorabilia’ consists of t-shirts, bandanas, displays, promotional postcards, and other items; this subseries dates from 1986 to 2002. ‘Posters’ consists of 67 posters advertising the band and particular concerts and recordings; this subseries dates from 1987 to 2002. ‘Photographs’ consists of photographs of the band and people associated with them; this subseries dates from 1981 to 2002. ‘Miscellaneous’ consists of 40 awards; this subseries dates from 1981 to 2002.

The second series, ‘Audiovisual Material’, consists of two subseries. ‘Audio Recordings’ consists of released and unreleased studio recordings and released and unreleased live recordings (including rough mixes, alternate takes and outtakes); this subseries dates from 1973 to 2003. ‘Video Recordings’ consists of footage of live concerts, interviews, award shows, EPKs (electronic press kids), videos, television advertisements and a documentary film about one of the band’s tours. This subseries dates from 1986 to 2003.

This fonds includes textual material and ephemera relating to the following productions:

Five Days in July (Album, 1993)
Rains Down on Me (Album, 1994)
Toronto Rocks benefit concert (2003)

This fonds includes audiovisual material relating to the following productions:

Outskirts (Album, 1987)
Diamond Mine (Album, 1989)
Casino (Album, 1990)
1991 Juno Awards (Awards show, 1991)
Intimate and Interactive (Television program, 1992)
Lost Together (Album, 1992)
Nowhere to Here (Album, 1995)
All in Time (Album, 1996)
Tremolo (Album, 1997)
Just Like a Vacation (Album, 1999)
Pine Ridge: An Open Letter to Allan Rock; Songs for Leonard Peltier (1996)
Blue Rodeo Live @ The Iron Horse Music Hall (Live musical performance recording, 2003)
Canada Reads (Radio program, 2004)
Blue Rodeo - ' Live At The Reharsal Hall' (Live musical performance recording, 2006)
Palace of Gold (Album, 2002)
The Canadian Music Vocal Project (concert recording, 2003)
Battle of The Bands 2001-2002 (Album, 2003)
Are you Ready (Album, 2004)
Much Music Big Ticket (Television program, 2004)
The Light That Guides You Home (Album, 2006)
Small Miracles (Album, 2007)
The Thing We Left Behind (Album, 2009)
Skyscraper Soul (Album, 2011)

Blue Rodeo

2012.003 accrual (the Kids of Degrassi Street)

Fonds consists of material pertaining to first four short films that grew into the series and the subsequent season of production of the half-hour television series The Kids of Degrassi Street. The show ran from 1979 – 1984, and all 4 short films and 22 episodes were broadcast on CBC television. The collection consists of 121 boxes of material spanning all episodes of the show. The fonds is divided into 2 series: Corporate Records and Post-Production Records.

The first series, Corporate Records, consists of 15 boxes. These include correspondence/memos, resumes and bios, fan mail, budgets, scripts, promotional materials, teaching aids, financial and banking records, sponsor files, production and continuity stills, character files, legal documents, insurance documents, music cue sheets, and architectural drawings.

The second series, Post-Production Records, consists of 20 boxes. These include 16 mm original negative, interpositive, A&B rolls, optical soundtrack, music, master mix audio, edits, various masters, and promo reels. Textual documents include sound notes/charts, editing/mix notes and credits.

The material has retained its original arrangement.

This fonds includes textual material relating to the following productions:

The Kids of Degrassi Street (Television, 1979-1984)

This fonds also includes audiovisual material relating to the following productions:

The Kids of Degrassi Street (Television, 1979 - 1984)

Epitome Pictures Inc.

2013.007 accrual (Degrassi Junior High)

Fonds consists of material pertaining to three seasons of production of the half-hour television series Degrassi Junior High. The show ran from 1987 – 1989, and all 42 episodes were broadcast on CBC television. The collection consists of 148 of material spanning all 3 seasons of the show. The fonds is divided into 2 series: Corporate Records and Post-Production Records.

The first series, Corporate Records, consists of 29 boxes. These include correspondence/memos, fan mail, budgets, scripts, promotional materials, financial and banking records, sponsor files, production and continuity stills, character files, permits, legal documents, insurance documents, and music cue sheets.

The second series, Audiovisual Records, consists of 119 boxes. These include original negative, interpositive, A&B rolls, optical soundtrack, raw shoot tapes, raw audio tapes, audio stems, voiceovers, music, master mix audio, edits, various masters, and promo reels. Textual documents include sound notes/charts, editing/mix notes and credits.

The material has retained its original arrangement.

This fonds includes textual material relating to the following productions:

Degrassi Junior High (Television, 1987-1989)

This fonds also includes audiovisual material relating to the following productions:

Degrassi Junior High (Television, 1987 – 1989)

Epitome Pictures Inc.

2014.003 accrual

This fonds is divided into 5 series, divided by format. These are: Cinefilm, Video Materials, Audio Materials, Photographic Materials, Textual Records.

The first series, Cinefilm, contains original prints in both b&w and colour. It includes home movies, newsreels, as well as Spiess’s debut film Die Thomaner.

The second series, Video Materials, contains Digital Betacam cassettes. These include transfers of commercials, home movies, and Die Thomaner.

The third series, Audio Materials, includes soundtrack elements and radio commercials.

The fourth series, Photographic Materials includes behind the scenes photos of commercial shoots, family portraits, and glass negatives by Spiess’s father, Karl.

The fifth series, Textual Materials, includes papers relating to the formation of the first accrual of the Fritz Spiess archive. It also includes several periodicals that featured work by Spiess and technical literature about technologies of the day.

This fonds includes textual, photographic, graphic material relating to a number of productions/entities/products, including:

• The Canadian Society of Cinemathographers 1957- 2007 (2007)
• Upside Down: Les Artiques (2008)
• Upside Down: Les Artiques (2011)
• Eskimo Art Film
• Fritz Spiess fonds
• “Jamaican Pumpkin”
• Karl Spiess
• Pledge

This fonds includes audio-visual material relating to a number of productions/entities/commercial products, including:

• Spiess Family German home movies (1930 – 1941)
• Die Thomaner (1941)
• Spiess Family Canadian home movies (1950s)
• Canada 100 Centennial Film
• Carling Black Label
• Eskimo Art Film
• Gulf
• Inco
• Playboy

Spiess, Fritz

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