Correspondence, legal documents, and minutes of meetings compiled by S.W. Frolick to support his contentions that certain events reported in the pamphlet, "The Five Years, related to the establishment of the first Chair of Ukrainian Studies", were misrepresented.
Personal papers of Prof. George Heiman (1926-1985)including course notes and term papers (undergraduate and graduate), lecture notes, drafts of articles and a brief with covering correspondence, drafts of two books, reviews, etc. Also includes records relating to his book "Associations and law: the clerical and early Christian stages" concerning Otto Freiderich von Gierke, and a book on administrative law uncompleted at his death in 1985.
The collection consists of minute books and ephemera of several Huron County organizations, including the Exeter Temperance Alliance (in 1932 it becomes the South Huron Branch of the Ontario Prohibition Union), the Huron County Branch of the Dominion Alliance (also known as the Huron County Temperance Alliance) and the Huron County Temperance Federation.
Records documenting various aspects of the University of Toronto Law Review including production, advertising, editing, distribution and finances. Includes financial records, correspondence, applications and papers submitted for review, account lists, distribution lists, memos and notes.
The collection consists of typescripts, correspondence, notes and clippings relating to Innis' unpublished novel The Milburn Stone, and an edition of Anna Jameson's Winter Studies and Summer Rambles in Canada. It also contains typescripts and page proofs of Mrs. Simcoe's Diary (1965), edited by Innis.
The collection covers the personal and professional life of Jarvis. It contains general and business correspondence, typescripts, magazine articles, minutes of meetings, newspaper clippings and photographs. Much of the early correspondence consists of letters Jarvis wrote home to his family while he was at Oxford (1938-39) and while he was working in Britain (1942-55).
The Kaliuzhnyi Papers focus on the life and activities of participants of one of the Ukrainian nationalist movements, the United Hetman Organization [Soiuz hetmantsiv derzhavnykiv], during the 1940s to 1950s. During this period the hetmanite movement was under the leadership of Danylo Skoropadskyi, who assumed the role in 1948 and served until his death in 1957. Rodion Kaliuzhnyi served as his secretary and after Skoropadskyi's death continued to be active in the movement. The collection also includes material on the activites of the Association of Ukrainian Women in Great Britain, as well as other Ukrainian emigre organizations such as the Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain, the Ukrainian Catholic Women's Organization in Germany, and several publishing houses. Other aspects of Ukrainian emigre life are documented by photographs of the Ukrainian community in the displaced persons camps in Mittenwald and Aschaffenburg, Germany from 1946 to 1949.
This collection consists of manuscript and printed materials on all aspects of radicalism in Canada, as well as photographs, sound recordings and assorted ephemera. The manuscript material includes: material on the Communist Party of Canada; Tim Buck, A.E. Smith and other Canadian communists; organizations connected with radicalism and Communism in Canada, including briefs written by them to government agencies; draft articles submitted to the National Affairs Monthly; and translations and reprints, chiefly from Russian publications.
The collection consists of minutes, membership records and correspondence of the League for Social Reconstruction, as well as letters dealing with the Canadian forum (1936-1940) while it operated under the auspices of the League.
Certificates, engineering drawings, memorabilia and photographs reflecting Fred Scandrett's undergraduate years and career in civil engineering as well as his interest in rugby football and in the University of Toronto Rifle Association.
The papers consist of manuscripts and typescripts together with some research materials for M. Bliss' books: 'The Discovery of Insulin' (McClelland & Stewart: 1982) and 'Banting: a Biography' (McClelland & Stewart: 1984). The remainder of Michael Bliss' papers are being donated to the University Archives.
Programmes, invitations, memorabilia, clippings, a photograph, a certificate, and artifacts documenting Miss Cowling's one-year course in Dental Nursing (1936-1937). Included are the following items: a photograph of the Dental Nurses graduating class of 1937 and two class pins; and ribbons and programmes for the Ontario Dental Nurses and Assistants Association (1937, 1938).
Memorabilia, correspondence and clippings relating to the University College class of 1924 alumni and reunions. Mrs.Scroggie (née McLeod) was herself a graduate of the class of 1924 and was involved in organizing various reunions. There is also some memorabilia such as "Admit to Lecture" cards from Scroggie's time as a student.
Menus of the dinners of the graduating classes of Victoria University, 1897-1903; an 1892 "Alumni Souvenir" depicting the buildings and faculties of the University and its federated colleges; "The Bob" issue 1902. University of Toronto, Graduating Class, 1900 (photograph). Academic hood and gown.
Consists of programmes, correspondence and scrapbook with photographs relating to a production of Sophocles' Antigone at University College (1882), as well as a watercolour by Lucius O'Brien, entitled "University College in 1876", and a scrapbook with clippings (1893-1895).
Handbook of the British Medical Association's Toronto meeting, 1906; Menus for the annual dinner of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, 1893 and 1900; photograph of University College, South elevation, pre 1900.
Consists of correspondence, minutes, notes, memoranda, hand bills, flyers, reports, handbooks and calendars documenting Charles Levi's activities as a member of student organizations at the University of Toronto such as the Students' Administrative Council, University College Literary and Athletic Society, the Coalition to Reduce Parking and the Hart House Music Committee and as a student representative on the Academic Board of Governing Council.
Also includes term papers for undergraduate history courses conducted by Professor Ian Radforth on the history of the Students' Administrative Council, University of Toronto, 1930-1950; this project was known as the SAC Historical Project.
The collection consists of manuscripts, typescripts and carbon copies of short stories, essays and excerpts from Two Thousand Miles of Gold, from Val d'Or to Yellowknife (1946). It also includes newspapers clippings on gold mines and mining in Canada, as well as notes.
The collection consists of manuscripts, research notes and correspondence related to McFee's published and unpublished material. It includes writing assignments from the 1960s, as well as drafts and notes for her book Sandbars and its sequel, Silent Eyes.
The collection consists primarily of business records of the New Play Society, including those for its theatre school, as well as production files, correspondence, photographs and clippings. Material on Dora Mavor Moore can be found in the collection of her papers (MS Coll 00207).
The collection consists of journals, including typed copies of portions of the transcript of the Selkirk Papers at Library and Archives Canada; inventories; invoices; an agreement standardizing wages and equipment of employees; and, manuscript notebooks containing accounts with First Nations.
Consists of papers relating to the family of William Oelschlager including correspondence from him to his family, journals of his trips to Manitoba and to Europe, drafts of his report to the Minister of Agriculture and his letter to the Mayor and Council of the town of Berlin, passports of other family members, extract from a birth certificate, autograph albums and two issues of the Daily Telegraph (Berlin) Ont. with an account of his funeral and that of his grand-daughter Martha. Explanatory notes about the Oelschlager Family by his great grand-daughter, Joyce Brown, are included.
The collection consists of correspondence pertaining to Osborne family matters and articles about the local history of Penetanguishene, Ont., as well as photos of pioneers of the surrounding townships.
This collection contains papers and other material pertaining to the work and life of Richard Outram, one of Canada's foremost poets. It includes drafts of poetry, both published and unpublished, and essays, as well as professional and personal correspondence. It also includes numerous broadsheets of Outram's poetry and work by his wife, the artist Barbara Howard.
The first accession (1901-1906) of this collection consists of papyri from the Fayûm, Hibeh, and Oxyrinchus, Egypt. It includes fragments from classical authors (some with textual interest); legal documents (including marriage contracts, land transfers, tax receipts, a will, various contracts); miscellaneous accounts and receipts; and personal letters. Many are very fragmentary and mutilated. The second accession of Graeco-Roman documents (2004) is largely undescribed. Those papyri housed in glass have been photographed and may be viewed at the 3rd link below.
This collection is comprised of material from a number of different and important British and Canadian families. It has been collected and maintained over the years by Rosemary Partridge (nee Annesley). She is the daughter of John Smyth Annesley, whose original documents comprise a large share of the material in this collection, which is broad in its diversity. It includes an extensive collection of 19th century seafaring material, including ship logs, diaries, and British Naval documents, through to items from the First World War, including photos and correspondence. It also includes extensive correspondence among member of the various families represented in the collection, as well as original diaries and journals.
B1965-0040: Minutes, memoranda, extracts of official records, cash and rent ledgers, and the final report of the Commission of Enquiry into the affairs of King's College University and Upper Canada College, 1848-1851.
This collection includes correspondence, minute books, administrative records, legal documents, photographs, scrapbooks and printed materials generated by the Alliance and many of its branches from 1888 to 1979. The second part of the collection includes records and artifacts from the renamed Alliance: the People for Sunday Association of Canada, from 1982 until its dissolution in 1994. There is also material from other organizations concerned with Sunday observance.
Three items relating to George Harcourt who was a member of the second graduating class (1889) of the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (BSA) programme, consisting of his diploma, a photograph of him in academic dress taken while head of the Department of Horticulture at the University of Alberta (1915-1936), and a copy of an article about him from "Alberta History" (summer 1991).
3 ring-binders containing notes for laboratory experiments conducted by fifth-year medical students (1964-1967) and other laboratory experiments (1965-1971), compiled by C. R. Cowan when he was a research associate in the Banting and Best Department of Medical Research and in the Department of Teaching Laboratories, Faculty of Medicine.
Also includes a photograph of the Toronto School of Medicine, graduating class of 1870-1871; graduates, including George Hoyle Cowan, are identified on the front. Also accompanied by graduation diplomas.