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Welsh 1987 accession

Addresses, correspondence, and certificates relating to awards and degrees; administrative files of the Department of Physics; and articles. Photograph shows Harry Welsh and colleagues at sod-turning ceremonies for the Physics Building.

University Arts Women's Club

This accession of records from the University of Toronto Arts Women's Club contains general/regular and executive committee meeting minutes, newsletters, brochures, histories, and correspondence with University officials and other organizations. See file-list for details.

University of Toronto Press Incorperated

This accession of records the the University of Toronto Press contains boxes of out-of-print book files (ca. 1980s-2010s), some records from the President of the University of Toronto Press containing contracts, SSHRC and other expense information, and general correspondence. The accession also contains drafts of the creation of the new UofT Crest from 1975.

University of Toronto Press

Files from the Director's office, including the files of the Director, the Assistant and Associate Directors, and Editor, 1942-1973 (predominant 1950s); other files of the Assistant Director, 1962-1976; files of the Associate Editor, made up primarily of the correspondence with other publishers, 1960- 1986 (predominant 1970s); various committees records (1897-1975), Permission requests file, 1956-1970 (predominant 1963-1969); material relating to the Dictionary of Canadian Biography, 1960-1978, and the journal Scholarly Publishing, 1969-1987; general office files, 1938-1950, including files on the Canadian Historical Association; financial statments, 1946-1954; office day files, 1957-1984; historical files and photographs;

University of Toronto Libraries. Human Resources

This accession contains records from the University of Toronto Libraries' Human Resources department. Records include employee files (terminated and retired), library organizational charts, HR policy and procedures, job descriptions, CUPE strike materials, surveys, and evaluation/performance reports.

Univerisity of Toronto. International Student Centre

Records of: 1) Overseas Student Advisor (1960-1966) including correspondence, conference files, housing files; 2) Friendly Relations with Overseas Students (1948-1965) including general administrative files, correspondence, financial records, files relating to International House, Executive Committee files, reports and records of the Community Committee (1951-1969); International Student Centre (1963-1970) including records of the Executive Committee, Advisory Board, Student's Committee, activities and program files, general administrative correspondence with student organizations both on campus and national groups, publications and photographs.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. Class of 5T3.

Constists of minutes of the SKULE Lunch and Learn and the 3T5/5T3 Lunch and Learn meetings 2002-2013, one hat with a SKULE 5T3 25th Reunion crest stitched on on the front, one encased brick from the School of Practical Science 1878-1966, one panoramic photograph of the first year class of the School of Practical Science 1949, and one bound album of mounted photographs titled The University of Toronto 1909-1910.

Fenwick, David

University of Toronto. Engineering Alumni Association

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.

University of Toronto. Engineering Alumni Association. Hall of Distinction Committee

Views of the maiden flight of the White Wind at Hammondsport, 18 May 1908; take-off of the Silver Dart at Baddeck Bay, 23 February 1909, marking the first powered flight in Canada and the first in the British Empire by a British subject.
Accompanying material: 3 pamphlets relating to the Beauharnois Power Development Project with which Max Veitch Sauer was associated.

University of Toronto. Engineering Alumni Association

Chronological files (1910-1970); minutes (1927-1970); class letters (ca. 1960-1969); class lists (ca. 1891-1947); miscellaneous files including publications and clippings.
Photographs include graduating classes, alumni reunions, engineering telethon, demolition ceremony for the School of Practical Science Building.(1885-1973)

Stacey Family 2010 accession

Further records documenting members of the Stacey family, including Charles Edward Stacey, his wife Pearl (and her estate), his children, Charles Perry (C.P) Stacey and Dorothy (Stacey) Brown and brother-in-law, Harcourt Brown, as well as C. P.

Stacey Family 1994 accession

Consists of personal correspondence to Dorothy Stacey Brown (sister of C.P. Stacey), Mrs. C.E. Stacey (mother of C.P. Stacey) (1927-1959); school essays circa 1917 and water colour drawings of C.P. Stacey; obituaries, memorials on death of C.P. Stacey (1989-1990); photoprints of wedding of C.P. Stacey and Doris Shiell, 26 August 1939; C.P. Stacey receiving honorary doctorate at York University, 2 June 1973.

Stacey Family 1993 accession

Consists of correspondence, estate records, etc. of Doris Shiell Stacey, first wife of Charles P. Stacey. Also includes estate records for Ernest C. Tyrell, uncle of Doris Stacey. Photographs include publicity shots of Doris in various theatre productions, with press clippings describing her performances accompanying these prints, and 1 portrait.

Stacey 2008 accession

Consists of photographs of C. P. Stacey taken in the 1930s; scrapbook documenting the reviews of, public reaction to, and addresses delivered by C.P. Stacey in relation to his book, 'A very double life: The private world of Mackenzie King'; certificate of appreciation, letter to, obituary, and letter of condolence to his widow.

Stacey 2nd 1993 accession

Consists of correspondence of C.P. Stacey to his mother during World War II, sympathy cards, estate accounts and papers related to death of Mrs. Jennie (Pearl) Margaret Stacey, mother of C.P. Stacey (1964-1968); medals of C.P. Stacey; photos of C.P. Stacey at Oxford and Princeton: portrait (c1920-1950).

Stacey 1st 1991 accession

Records documenting the career of C.P. Stacey in the Department of History at the University of Toronto and the Directorate of History, Department of National Defence. Includes: correspondence, reports, research files, subject files, addresses, manuscripts, publications and photographs.

Stacey 1990 accession

This accession documents Stacey's personal life, his academic achivements as teacher and historian as well as his administrative duties within the Department of National Defence, Directorate of History. Includes correspondence, diaries and notebooks, addresses and lectures, manuscripts and publications, subject files, student papers, photographs, and personal memorabilia.

Stacey 1973 accession

Consists of subject files of correspondence, reviews, notes, memoranda and clippings regarding the Royal Society of Canada, the Department of History and the Army Historical Section (Armed Forces Directorate of History) and the Canadian and American Historical Associations. These records were created by Col. Stacey in his capacity as Professor of History, Director of the Army Historical Section and editor and member of the Council of the Royal Society of Canada.

Sidney Smith Personal Papers

Personal records of Sidney Earle Smith, President of the University from 1945 to 1957. Includes speeches, addresses, correspondence, scrapbooks, clippings and files created while Minister of External Affairs, 1957-1959. Also includes photos of various events and ceremonies on campus while Smith was President.

Skilling 2012 accession

The material consists of the personal records of Professor Skilling and focuses primarily of Skilling’s academic work, and includes research notes and drafts of his doctoral thesis, The German-Czech National Conflict in Bohemia, 1779-1873, as well as notes and drafts supporting the revision of this thesis, which Skilling worked on for several years. There is also some correspondence with other scholars in the field of Eastern European studies, as well as publishers and editors.

The accession also contains some of Professor Skilling’s personal belongings and awards, such as medals, honorary degrees, and photographs and slides of his personal and professional life.

Skilling 2001 accession

Records documenting the history of the family of Harold Gordon Skilling, including his father, William Watt Skilling; his uncle, Ernest John Skilling; his brothers, William John, Andrew Douglas and Edward Donald; and his wife, Sara (Sally) Bright Skilling.

Sous-fonds I: Skilling family. The emphasis is on William Watt, a shoemaker who emigrated from England to Canada in 1907; on Ernest, who was a very active member of the Ancient Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine; on Donald, who was killed in action during World War I, and on his brother, William, who was wounded but survived.

Sous-fonds II: Sara (Sally) Bright Skilling. The records focus on Sally’s education in the United States, her travels with Gordon in Eastern Europe in the 1960s, and on her love of entertaining. They document the crucial support, intellectual and otherwise, that she provided to Gordon as he pursued his career.

Sous-fonds III: Harold Gordon Skilling. The documentation here is primarily on Gordon’s education and early career and his later years as an expert on Russian and East European politics and on Czechoslovakia, in particular. An extensive combination of correspondence, journals, lectures, writings and photographs reveal much about Skilling’s ideas and his relationships with the principal figures in recent Czech history.

Skilling 1988 accession

Records documenting Skilling's expertise relating to East European studies with particular emphasis on Czechoslovakia and his role in the the Centre for Russian and East European Studies. Contains addresses and speeches; manuscripts and publications including related correspondence and reviews (books included are "Czechoslovakia's Interruped Revolution", "Charter 77 and Human Rights in Czechoslovakia", and "The Czech Renaissance in the Nineteenth Century"); lecture notes; subject files, mainly of associations; sound recording, video and photographs; University of Toronto administrative files including the Centre for Russian and East European Studies, the Department of Polical Economy, Committee on International Studies as well as the Centre for International Studies.

Skilling 1984 accession

Lecture notes on international politics and international organization, University of Wisconsin and Dartmouth College (1941-1959); files for courses on Soviet politics at Dartmouth College and the University of Toronto; lecture notes for courses on Eastern Europe and comparative communism at the University of Toronto; lecture notes by Hazard at Columbia University (1949-1950)

Safarian 1994 accession

Correspondence, course and lecture notes, addresses, manuscripts and publications, notes, memoranda, reports, briefs, press clippings, photographs documenting the career of Dr. Safarian as a professor of economics and an administrator, especially at the Universities of Saskatchewan and Toronto. Photographs have been removed to box /001P.

Rappaport 1993 accession

Course notes, manuscripts and articles, course and lecture notes, theses, minutes of meetings, publications and one photoprint documenting the career of Dr. Aron M. Rappaport as a professor, research scientist and a specialist in diseases of the liver.

Rappaport 1992 accession

Photoprints, illustrations, slides, film and video documenting Professor Rappaport's expertise on diseases of the liver. Most were used for teaching and lectures; some of the graphic records were used in publications. Also included in this accession are some biographical files, addresses and publications.

Pimlott 1995 accession

This accession documents primarily the research and writing activities of Prof. Pimlott during his academic career as a student, environmentalist and teacher of zoology and forestry at the University of Toronto. Documentation of his participation in various national and inter-national organizations is found among professional correspondence (Series I) and subject files (Series IV). Drafts and offprints of his writings as a student (including his doctoral thesis), government employee, and professor of zoology at the University of Toronto are contained in Series VI and VII. Much of the early data he collected on moose for both his theses and government reports and later, on wolves are to be found in the research materials and field notebooks in Series VIII and Series IX. Additional correspondence following his death on July 31, 1978 has been preserved in Series III and contains tributes, and summaries of his contributions and accomplishments to wildlife management and the environment.

Patterson 1995 accession

Correspondence, certificates, contracts, addresses, drafts of articles and books (including audiotapes), and photoprints documenting the activities of Gordon Neil Patterson, founder and first director of the Institute for Aerospace Studies at the University of Toronto.

Patterson 1993 accession

Manuscripts, publications, notes, and correspondence relating to the activities of Professor Patterson in his capacity as an aeronautical engineer in England, Australia and as Director of the Institute for Aeronautical Studies at the University of Toronto.

Madawaska Club 1976 accession

Consists of photographs documenting the recreational activities at Go Home Bay and Hope Island; dedication of the Soldiers' Tower; convocations and official visits of dignitaries such as Viscount Allenby (1926) and Lord Wellington (1926).

Madawaska Club 1975 accession

Consists of minutes books (1901-1953), register of shareholders, legal files re Madawaska Club vs Galbraith (1946-1948) and Joyce Rankin vs Madawaska Club (1964-1968), memorabilia, diaries, 75th anniversary celebrations, photographs.

Madawaska Club 1974 accession

Consists of annual meetings and reports, charter and bylaws, shares and finances, land and titles records, transportation and maintenance, committee records; historical notes and club history, 1948. Photoprints and negatives of club activities at Go Home Bay; negatives showing maps of Go Home Bay and surrounding areas contained in albums. Photoalbums were compiled and maintained by Professors C.A. Chant, G.R. Anderson and Grant Robertson.

Macpherson 1987 accession

Accession consists of files transferred from his home, including lecture notes, trip arrangements, requests to speak, write and translate, c.v.'s and publicity materials, correspondence regarding publications and reviews for various journals, current writing projects (1970-80's), correspondence, lectures relating to "Life and times of Liberal Democracy", mss and correspondence of publications "Real World of Democracy", Possessive Individualism", "Democratic Theory: Essays in Retrieval"; papers on the university; private journals (photocopies) 1933-1935; M.A. thesis; CBC Massey lectures "The Real World of Democracy" 1965 (audio tapes). Office files: correspondence, conference files, graduate student files, letters of recommendation, research and teaching files. Publications (journal articles, book reviews) on or about C.B. Macpherson, 1937-1984.

Luckyj 2003 accession

This accession consists of correspondence, manuscripts of published and unpublished works, notes and research materials on family history, and photoprints.

Luckyj 2000 accession

This accession consists of personal and family correspondence; letters of Ostop Lutsky from the Golog; correspondence and reviews relating to his publications, including publication projects with Kiev; course notes and MA thesis; notebooks; family photographs (1900-1994); photographs taken in Kosiv (1931-1936) and of the British Army in Germany (1945-1947); photographs for Professor Luckyj's memoirs; postcard designed by him; and three audio cassette tapes of Luckyj 'end of year reflections' (1980, 1983) and one tape discussing the making of the 'Ukrainian Encyclopedia'.

Luckyj 1995 accession

Correspondence, notes, reports, manuscripts, press clippings, interviews, and photoprints documenting the career of George S. N. Luckyj as a professor in and chair of the Department of Slavic Studies at the University of Toronto. Included is a comprehensive account of the controversy over the establishment of the Chair of Ukrainian Studies at the University of Toronto (1979-1980). Also present are Professor Luckyj's diaries, his memoirs (1987), and the memoirs of his paternal grandfather (1942) and his mother (1970).

Land 1997 accession

These records document the activities of Brian Land as an undergraduate at the University of Toronto and as a librarian; as executive assistant (1963-1964) to Walter Gordon when, as Minister of Finance, he presented his first budget in the House of Commons in 1963; as a member of the executive of the Davenport-Dovercourt Liberal Association (Gordon’s constituency), and as advisor to and partial author of Gordon’s incomplete memoir, Pursuit of an ideal – Canadian independence. They also cover his involvement in the 1962 federal election (the subject of his MA thesis) that was published in 1965 as Eglinton: the election study of a federal constituency.

Land 1993 accession

Consists of correspondence, diaries, addresses, notes, minutes, reports, manuscripts, photoprints, a watercolour, a sketch and an architectural drawing documenting Dr. Land's career as a professor of and administrator in library science at the University of Toronto and as provincial librarian of Ontario.

Innis 1977 accession

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

Innis 1st 1972 accession

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

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

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

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

Huntsman 2005 accession

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

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