- UTA 0072-A1987-0015
23 negatives of photos taken at the Opening of the David Dunlap Observatory, 31.5.1935
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23 negatives of photos taken at the Opening of the David Dunlap Observatory, 31.5.1935
This accession contains one small copy print of the Engineering Society Executive from 1898-99; video tape recordings of the Engineering Alumni and Awards Ceremonies for the years 1989, 1993, 1995-1997; one tape of engineering student production, Skule Nite, for the year 1996. There is also 1 film clip (34 secs) promoting the Engineering Open House, dated in the late 1970s.
Instructions and outlines, class records and reports of experiments carried out by students in the Elementary Physical Laboratory.
Records of the committee chaired by John Herbert Gillespie Crispo, including correspondence and two reports dated June 1970 and July 1971; also includes contract between Centre for Industrial Relations and University of Toronto Press relating to the publication of Industrial Relations: Challenges and Responses edited by Crispo.
Minutes of the Council of the School of Hygiene, 1967-1975; minutes of meetings of the Departmental Heads, 1973-1975; minutes of meetings of the Curriculum Committee, 1968-1974; minutes of meetings of the Examiners Committee, 1967-1975.
Lecture by Dr. Lloyd Stevenson of John Hopkins University entitled "Malaria: Prototype of Fever".
Contains PhD student files from the Institute for the History & Philosophy of Science & Technology (IHPST). Each file contains correspondence with students, faculty members, administration and advisors. Many of the files contain transcripts, examination results and copies of student theses.
Correspondence (outgoing) (1957-1970); subject files relating to Graduate Research Libraries Committee (GARLIC), planning, budget estimates covering 1905-1962.
Administrative files and minutes of the Library Council and the Executive Subcommittee of the Library Committee of Senate.
Minutes of senior staff meetings from February 1956 to December 1963. Index contained at the beginning of each file.
Correspondence to and from the Chief Librarian, Robert Harold Blackburn, relating to library activities (1962-1969); correspondence with teaching and other divisions and administrative offices within the university (1944-1970); and correspondence, reports and memoranda to persons or institutions outside the university (1954-1969).
Contains PhD student files from the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology for the years 1998-2005
3 original paintings
Collection of essays and papers written by students and former students of the Faculty of Medicine. Includes essays submitted for the Charles E. Frost Scholarship, biographical data on Dr. Charles Murray Gratz and correspondence relating to his work in Biomechanics.
Accession listings, correspondence, cataloguing policies, users' survey, financial records, forms, photographs, plans and publications. Includes map orders, map transfers, annual reports and minutes of meetings.
Part of Clark family fonds
Correspondence, course and laboratory notes, programmes, maps and photoprints documenting the academic and extra-curricular activities of William Herbert David Clark (BASc 1924) and Harriet Anna Laura Clark (BA 1935) while students at the University of Toronto in electrical engineering and household economics respectively, and memorabilia relating to the Class of 1895, Faculty of Arts that belonged to their father, Herbert. Included also are William's files on the Overseas Education League and on Thomas Richardson Loudon.
Student transcript cards, arranged alphabetically by the year, for the Bachelor of Physical and Health Education programme, 1968, 1969 and 1970. There are also some student transcript cards for 1943-1967; for most of the records for this period please see A2005-0014.
Photographs, slides and negatives document programs of the Faculty of Physical Education and Health including, intramural program, Camp UofT, Intercollegiate Awards Dinner, Uof T Festival of Dance, "All Hands On Deck" Week and several other events.
Records relating to physical education course, program, requirements, attendance records, personal files of Ivy Coventry, photographs and publications.
Office files including correspondence and memoranda (1954-1973) and accounts (1956-1966) File titles include names of various academic departments and colleges, internal library departments, annual survey statistics (1956-1960), Dominion Bureau of Statistics returns (1955-1966).
Files relating to the survey of academic and research libraries by Robert Bingham Downs under the Steering Committee of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (1967); the Inter-university Communications Council, Inc. File Resources Survey (1968-1970); and the Committee of Presidents of Universities of Ontario, Special Subcommittee on Assessment of Graduate and Research Library Requirements (Garlic Project) (1968-1971).
Administrative files relating to library departments, visitors and subjects of interest to the Chief Librarian, including submissions of reports, papers, proposals, minutes of meetings of advisory groups, councils, task forces, and committees; professional activities with research libraries, published minutes of ARL meetings, other publications and a photograph of Carole Moore with ARL attendees; a few files from predecessor, Marilyn Shannow.
This accession contains Reader Services Area Annual Reports from the Office of the Chief Librarian from July 1978 to June 1983. The accession also contains an annual report from the Head, Reference Department and the Report of the Reference Department Task Force on Functions and Services for 1984.
NCIC Epidemiology Research files of Dr. A.B. Miller: records relating to research on various types of cancer; files on clinical trials; meetings, conferences and task forces such as NIH USA Breast Cancer Task Force (1972),Canadian Oncology Society; National Academy of Sciences Committee day files of correspondence (1971-1975); personal correspondence of Dr. Miller; applications for employment.
Correspondence, memoranda, and reports and addresses relating to the appointment of Duncan Graham to the Faculty in 1919; curriculum changes, 1935-1945; and opening of the C.H. Best Institute, 1953.
Applications for admission (rejected), 1957-1968; applications for admission (pre-medicine,year 1) (1957-1968, 1960) and photoprints of applicants; and architectural drawings and progress reports of construction of Medical Sciences building.
Portrait of the Fourth Year - Toronto School of Medicine. 1881-82 Two different copies of the University of Toronto. Faculty of Medicine. Dinner Committee 1896 (one is very badly damaged)
Copy print of painted portrait of George Skeffington Connor, Chancellor of the University of Toronto, 1863.
Negatives, photographs and contact prints taken by Instructional Media Services in the 1980s and early 1990s. Many were taken for publications such The Bulletin, President's Report and the Tablet while other document events and people on campus. There is a series of portrait negatives of University of Toronto professors, most likely from the Faculty of Medicine.
Records relating to all aspects of the office's operations, including: relations to University administration and other faculties, schools, etc.; governance of the faculty; correspondence of the dean and associate deans; department budgets; financial records; personnel records; records relating to faculty departments, institutes, hospitals, etc.; records dealing with relations with government; records relating to admissions, enrolment, and curriculum; and other material
Records of the Office of the Dean, arranged in part according to office file plan. Includes the following series: Academic Term 1970-1975, Pathological Files, Joint Hospital Committee file 1972-1976, Terminated files, J.W.S files, ACMC/LCME Royal College Survey, 1968, Petch Committee, 1974, Sick Children/Toronto Western/Toronto General Hospital Files, H.R.F. Services file, 1968, R.O. Bensons' files, Budget Papers, Miscellaneous, Publications-offprints.
Records of the Office of the Dean arranged according to file plan: 1.0 University of Toronto- General; 2.0 Faculty of Medicine - general; 3.0 Budget files; 4.0 Personnel; 5.0 Departments, Divisions, etc; 6.0 Hospitals; 7.0 Government bodies; 8.0 Medical bodies; 9.0 Admissions; 10.0 Post-graduate education; 11.0 Continuing education; 12.0 Research; 13.0 Space; 14.0 and 15.0 Comittees.(1977-1978); Duplicate copies of outgoing correspondence arranged in chronological order (1976-1977).
Includes minutes of the Faculty Council and Assembly, 1983-1984 (box 006); files from various committees and subcommittes; subject files; academic appeals and Board of Examiners records. Microfilm copy relates to original records in A86-0027.
Consists of records of Dean John Dirks, including subject files on companies, committees, associations, institutes, medical chairs, curriculum, departments, faculties, schools, medical specialties, political entities, foreign visits, as well as external review files on hospitals and medical departments and search files for directors, chairs and chiefs.
Correspondence, minutes of meetings, grant applications, etc relating to distribution of funds for the study in neurological sciences.
This accession contains records from the Vice-Provost, Relations with Health Care Institutions Legal Counsel. The files are working copies, drafts, and full agreements/memorandums of understanding between the University of Toronto and various health care institutions.
University of Toronto. Faculty of Medicine. Vice-Provost, Relations with Health Care Institutions
Group photograph of the 50th reunion of the Faculty of Medicine, class of 1908, June 1958.
This accession contains records transferred from the Faculty of Medicine, Office of the Dean. The accession contains Faculty Council meeting minutes and agenda and various material coming from committees which fall under the Faculty Council. The accession also contains Post Graduate Medical Education, Medical Radiation Sciences, and Undergraduate Medical Education Board of Examiners minutes and agenda. The accession contains student appeals and reviews, various superceded policies, and Faculty Secretary materials.
Digital files consist of minutes of meetings of the Academy Directors Committee, 2001-2004.
Correspondence and subject files from the offices of the Dean or Director (1918-1960), most notably of August Stephen Vogt, Sir Ernest Alexander Campbell MacMillan and Arnold Maria Walter; general correspondence, mostly admission enquiries (1920-1956); financial materials (1936-1964); examinations - applications, pseudonyms , results (1896-1961) with examination questions occassionally present (1908 -1958); and newspaper clippings.
Photos of S. Nelles and E. Ryerson busts, plus residence furniture, Victoria College, grounds, and memorial plaque.
Contains introductory remarks to Dr. James Bovell's first lecture in Pathology at King's College, 1849.
Photographs include staff composites, ca. 1928-1936; portraits of William Brebner, William Hendry and Ronald Saddington who were University of Toronto graduates who died of a virus contracted while conducting research; the gathering of the American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists at the Royal York, 1934; portraits of staff members including William Lipsett Robinson and William Lindlow Holman.
Part of David Donnell Papers
Includes notes and drafts of various short works; drafts of: Settlements, Hemingway in Toronto, The Blue Sky, Slow Dreams, China Blues, Blue Ontario Hemingway Boat Race, Tobacco Heaven, A Natural History of Water,Dangerous Crossings and Water Street Days; correspondence with publishers and other writers; printed appearances by Donnell and other writers, ephemera,
Part of Dennis Lee Papers
Collection of manuscript drafts for Nightwatch and Body Music with corespondence from manuscript readers and editors; correspondence with other writers, accompanied by their manuscripts which he edited; correspondence about his readings, personal appearances, and lectures; letters from children; literary and biographical essays