- UTA 0274
This fonds from the Students' Administrative Council consists of 8
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University of Toronto. Students' Administrative Council
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This fonds from the Students' Administrative Council consists of 8
accessions. See accession-level descriptions for more details.
University of Toronto. Students' Administrative Council
This fonds from the University of Toronto's Engineering and Computer Science Library contains 2 accessions. See accession-level descriptions for more details.
University of Toronto Libraries. Engineering and Computer Science Library
This fonds contains 3 accessions from the Department of Anthropology. See accession-level descriptions for more details.
University of Toronto. Department of Anthropology
This fonds contains 1 accession from the University of Toronto Quarterly. See accession-level description for more details.
University of Toronto Quarterly
This fonds contains 2 accessions from the Health Science Information Consortium of Toronto. See accession-level descriptions for more details.
Health Science Information Consortium of Toronto
Course and laboratory notes relating to Margaret Cranston Parsons' undergraduate and graduate training in the United States and research files assembled largely while a special lecturer in the Department of Zoology, University of Toronto. Includes drawings made for articles published in journals (Boxes 005 and 006).
Parsons, Margaret Cranston
Fonds consists of a portfolio of technical drawings, maps and charts prepared by William Campbell Murdie while a student of engineering at the University of Toronto, 1913-1914, and 2 photographs.
Murdie, William Campbell
This finding aid describes the sole accession of personal papers of G. Peter Richardson received to date documenting his academic and professional career as professor of religious studies from his university education to his retirement from the University of Toronto in 2000.
The records are described in fourteen series. Series 1 contains records relating to his education at the University of Toronto and Knox College (affiliated with the University of Toronto) and his graduate studies at Cambridge University, England. Also included are records relating to his employment arrangements at Loyola College and University of Toronto, as well as applications to other institutions, congratulations on his appointment as Principal, University College and other honours. Correspondence with students, faculty and colleagues both inside and outside the University of Toronto are contained in Series 2 and 3. Early, non-academic appointments are documented in Series 4 and relate to his work with Knox College as a campus minister (unordained) and the Presbyterian Church in Canada. Greater detail regarding his academic employment at Loyola College in Montreal, his first academic appointment will be found in Series 5. This series reflects both his administrative activities as well as teaching activities during the 1970s before it became Concordia University.
His University of Toronto career is specifically documented in Series 6 and 7. These two series document his administrative activities within the Department of Religious Studies and the graduate department, Centre of Religious Studies from his appointment in 1974. Also documented is his continuing involvement in the study of architecture as evidenced by files for the Faculty of Architecture.
His teaching responsibilities are well documented in Series 7 relating to various undergraduate and graduate courses taught on all three campuses from the mid 1970s to post-retirement, as well as the Study Abroad courses he organized and led during the summers of 1988, 1991 and 1996.
Series 8 to 11 document both scholarly literary works as well as informal lectures and talks to church and community groups. The earliest works are files (as early as 1958) containing sermons delivered as campus minister (and later as religious scholar) to many church and religious groups. His scholarly papers were presented at academic conferences and symposia and frequently became the basis of published articles and books. Other literary works include published reviews in Series 12. Only a few files documenting his application for grants and some research files have been preserved in Series 13.
Prof. Richardson’s scholarly expertise in religious studies especially Christianity and Judaism as well as architecture put him in high demand by other organizations and educational institutions. Series 14 documents a number of these external activities including his work with the Society for New
Testament Studies , his role as site architect for archaeological excavations in Israel, the Ontario Heritage Foundation, and Visual Bible International, Inc.
 His editorial work for Studies in Religion , his activities with the Society of Biblical Literature and others are preserved in other archival institutions. See details in Series 14
Richardson, G. Peter
First Mathematical Prize medal awarded to George Templeman Kingston, Christmas, 1830 by the Royal Naval College, London. Obverse: Profile of George III; inscription: "Georgius III D.G. Britanniarum Rex 1820". Reverse: Inscription: "First Mathematical Prize, Royal Naval College, London: awarded to George Templeman Kingston, Christmas, 1830".
Kingston, George Templeman
Fonds consists of records documenting Professor L. Terrell Gardner’s work related to peace and disarmament. Material especially reflects his involvement with the United Campuses to Prevent Nuclear War (UCAM), but also his involvement with Science for Peace and in the establishment of a program in Peace Studies at University College, University of Toronto. Records include correspondence, minutes, memoranda, notes, flyers, newsletters and reports.
Gardner, L. Terrell
Course and laboratory notes in mechanical engineering taken by Stefan Saganski while an undergraduate at the University of Toronto; copy of his BASc thesis.
Correspondence, notes, memoranda, and drafts of reports, primarily by and to Edward Blake in his capacity as a member of the Senate of the University of Toronto and Chancellor, relating to University matters, including the hiring of James Loudon as professor of Natural Philosophy in 1875 and the introduction of the science curriculum, the rebuilding of University College following the fire of 1890, and the writing of the report of the joint Senate/Board of Trustees Committee on Revenues and Requirements (1891). Also included are related acts, statutes, orders-in-council, financial reports and testimonials.
Text and drawings related to Snaith's undergraduate thesis in Civil Engineering entitled "The Construction Plant, Equipment and Structures of the Niagara Power Development Scheme of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario", 1920, as well as a copy of his graduate thesis in Mechanical Engineering, "The Productive Capacity of Woodworking Machines", 1923. Additional records from Snaith are held by the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Department.
B1998-0024: 27 photoprints of a party celebrating Moffat Woodside's return to teaching on 13 May, 1968. The party was hosted by John H. Sword, Acting President, at 93 Highland Avenue. Photos taken by Jack Marshall and Co. Ltd. 13 May 1968
B1999-0002: 1 photograph of the Commmonwealth delegates associated with the University of Ife taken at the Palace of His Highness in Nigeria, 1971; included in the photo are John Sword, D. Carlton Williams and Mrs. Williams. 1 aerial photograph of the University of Toronto campus taken ca. 1970-1971.
B2001-0012: Personal records of John H. Sword, university administrator and acting University President 1971-72 documenting events and his activities. Included is one file of miscellaneous correspondence and another of awards and recognitions for Sword . University related files include one on the Library Oral History Project which he administered, one on the tributes to Harold Innis, and others on recognitions for Frances Ireland, F.C. A. Jeanneret and Sidney Hermant. There is also a copy of Sword's paper entitled "Democratization of Universities, 1960-1974: some Commonwealth comparisons" and a copy of a paper given to him "The History of CUSO" [Canadian University Students Overseas]. Also included are photographs documenting Sword at various University events from 1967 to 1978, mainly photographed by Robert Lansdale. Also a photo album on the retirement party for Sarah McCausland.
Sword, John H.
Consists of 2 accessions
B1981-0003 (photographs): Professor Logan with seminar students and with Dept. of Political Economy colleagues at academic functions. Copy prints and copy negatives produced from original photoprints. Originals in the possession of the Logan family. 1933-1965
B1982-0022: Certificates re W.W.I military service, letter (incomplete) from Dirk Cumming to H. A. Logan, Christmas, 1916. Correspondence and notes re "Trade Unions in Canada" (1948); copy of family history publication "The Logans of Amherst" by H.A.Logan (n.d.). 1916-1979
Logan, Harold Amos
Correspondence, administrative files for Department of Psychology, research materials on Fatal Accident Survey, behavioral studies files, imprinting, invasion of privacy study. Includes papers relating to the history of the department.
B1975-0020: Copies of photographs of James Mavor's home in Kings' College Circle, where he lived from the 1890's until his death in 1925: 1 exterior view, 3 interiors.
B1986-0094: Autographed photo of James Mavor, taken by Sidney Carter.
Letter to Murray McCulloch (BASC 1946) from H.E. Haultain discussing a lecture given by the latter in 1944. A copy of Haultain's lecture as well as newsletter written by Haultain was also included with the correspondence
McCulloch, Murray D.
Correspondence, diaries, and writings of members of the Langton family, especially John (1808-1894) and Hugh Hornby (1862-1953), Librarian at the U. of Toronto, 1892-1923; photoprints. Includes material on a variety of subjects, including the administration of University College. Also includes copy of sections from the diary of Sir Daniel Wilson relating to the University of Toronto.
Personal and professional correspondence, lecture notes, course notes, clippings, manuscripts of articles, addresses, publications, photographs, sketches, documenting Prof. Milnes' early education and career as professor of German, and Chairman of the Dept. of German at the University of Toronto and as University Archivist for University College.
Milnes, Humphrey Newton
Deed of Land of J. Neill et ux to E. Crombie for sale of property located on the east side of St. George St. (Park Lots 13 and 14) north of Willcocks St. Dated November 3, 1877.
Cook, Sylvia Ann
Photograph of graduating class in Arts, 1913.
Cornell, Margaret Grant Wilson
Papers of E.G. Moogk, BASc (1928) and assistant in the Office of the Superintendent of Grounds relating to his activities in the U. of T. contingent of the Canadian Officers Training Corp. 1936-1940. Includes correspondence, minutes, instructional materials, test results, notes. There are photographs of COTC, University of Toronto contingent, drills and exercises at Niagara Camp, and a photo album of an exhibition in the gymnasium of Hart House consisting of images depicting aspects of the horrors created by Nazism and World War II.
Moogk, Ernest George
The records comprising this fonds consist of two accessions: B2002-0011 and B2003-0007. The majority of the records document his tenure as Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering and include mainly correspondence, some typescripts of speeches and articles, clippings, awards, and photographs. There are no administrative records and no teaching or research materials relating to his chief area of interest, organic chemistry.
McLaughlin, Roland Rusk
Two collections of photoprints and accompanying negatives relating to student activities in the School of Practical Science: I) "Good Old School Days at S.P.S." - views of electrical engineering study room and laboratory, sports trophies won by School of Practical Science athletic teams, Edward B. Philip with schoolmates, School of Practical Science professors; II) "Initiation Potpourri" - exterior view of the School of Practical Science Building; scenes of freshman initiations; junior engineering rugby team; World War I. Compiled by Edward B. Philip.
Philip, Edward B.
Notebook containing course notes for thirty lectures in animal husbandry and other notes, taken by Alexander McLeod at the Ontario Veterinary College, Toronto; obituary of Alexander McLeod, 1944.
Records accumulated by Ruth Northcott, largely in her capacity as a member of the executive committee of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada and as editor of its Journal. Included are minutes of meetings, correspondence, notes, research data, drafts of articles and addresses, announcements, press clippings, and photographs.
Northcott, Ruth Josephine
Fonds consists of 2 accessions. The first is much larger than the second.
B1997-0031 (1909-1997, 9 boxes and 2 items): This accession contains correspondence, manuscripts of published and unpublished articles, books and papers, offprints, notes, lectures and works of art organized into nine series. Series I provides some documentation of his early student life as well as a comprehensive curriculum vitae, prepared in 1991. Series II to V are predominantly correspondence, both received and sent, documenting his personal and professional life from his student days at the University of Toronto through his career as University professor in Winnipeg and Toronto. The most comprehensive evidence of his range of writing and social activist activities will be found among Series II General correspondence which spans some thirty-seven years. Articles and correspondence regarding his involvement in the “Harry Crowe Case” will be found in Series III. Series IV and V supplement Series II with correspondence, reports and notes relating to specific activities at the University of Toronto such as the supervision of graduate students and participation in campus groups such as the Faculty Committee on Vietnam and the University League for Social Reform. Some additional teaching materials for courses in history will be found in Series VIII.
Series 6 and 7 relate to scholarly writing and contain predominantly copies of articles and correspondence relating to books published. Unfortunately, few manuscripts for these publications have survived.
The two watercolours in Series 9 provide another dimension that has been overlooked in biographies produced to date – that of amateur artist. The bulk of his original artwork remains with his family as a lasting testament to a multi-faceted and talented scholar.
B1999-0006 (1997, 1 box): Manuscript of chapters 1-14 of personal memoirs of Kenneth McNaught. Handwritten pages. Manuscript was basis for book of his memoirs to be published by UofT Press in Spring 1999.
McNaught, Kenneth W.
Consists of 2 accessions
B1986-0101: Portrait of Robert Scollard, Archivist, St. Michael's College. June 1982
B1988-0006: Interview with Father Robert Scollard conducted by Ann Maclean for the Toronto Area Archivist Group newsletter. Topics covered include the establishment of the St. Michael's College Archives, types of holdings in the Archives, Fr. Scollard's contribution's to the history of St. Michael's and his involvement in the Toronto archival community. 7 November 1987.
Hand coloured lantern slides illustrating a talk on tour of Central and South America, western United States, Canada and Alaska. It is believed that these originally belonged to philosophy Professor T.R. Robinson.
Robinson, Thomas Rutherford
Correspondence of William Rankin; biographical files, certificates, correspondence, diaries, course notes and photographs of his sons, Garnet and Roy William, students respectively in engineering and medicine. Also includes 8 photographic portraits of Rankin family members.
Minutes, membership lists, and financial statements of the University College Women's Club (known as University College Faculty Wives from 1932 to 1934), 1932-1941, 1945-1949, and 1952-1967.
University College (Toronto, Ont.). Women's Club
Interviews with individuals associated with the Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, including the following individuals:
Hannah Institute for the History of Medicine
Most of the records in this fonds document Harris' research in the history of Higher Education, a subject on which he published widely and gave numerous addresses. Some limited documentation provides researchers with some information on his contributions to several administrative posts. There are also early lecture files on English literature which document his early teaching career and some files relating to the researching and writing of the university history although most of those records are in the records of the University Historian. Finally there are original university records collected by Harris regarding the University of Toronto Faculty Association and its predecessors.
Also includes lecture slides on the history of SGS.
Harris, Robin Sutton
The fonds contains Francis Sparshott’s records pertaining primarily to his academic career and literary endeavours. It consists of three series: Correspondence, 1957–2012; Literary records, 1942–2009; and Academic records, 1943–2007.
Sparshott, Francis Edward
Fonds consists of correspondence regarding the authorship of the poems in “Euphrosyne”: to Lady Aberconway from Duncan Grant, 1962; between Lady Aberconway and the British Museum, 1962-1963; and between Lady Aberconway’s Secretary and Cambridge University Library, 1962-1963; and to Philip Gibbons, 1945-1959, re Grant’s paintings and other matters. Also includes personal letters and postcards regarding travel and other activities, and relationships and other topics, written by Grant to Simon Watney, 1969-1977; three letters to Grant with sketches by him on the verso, 1905, 1906, 1940; photographs, including Grant as a young man and Charleston home; a letter by Grant and two to him; a note and a ticket signed by Grant; notes and other material re Grant paintings and models; a postcard sent by Virginia Woolf with a clipping pasted on, 1929.
Fonds consists of research notes and correspondence relating to Sinclair's publications, including correspondence with Germaine Warkentin regarding a controversy over the reprinting of Nineteenth Century Narrative Poems and research notes on English sources for nineteenth century Canadian book history assembled in preparation for his unwritten doctoral thesis, 1972-74.
Sinclair, David Paul
The fonds consists of records pertaining to Granger’s activities as a writer and to her personal life. It includes drafts and notes of fictionalized stories about the lives of girls and women in early French Canada, travel diaries of trips mostly to Europe and various regions in Canada (1926-1981), several short stories, personal files, work files, photographs documenting her personal life, and an item produced in 1990 which incorporates extracts from a much earlier diary.
Bennett, Ethel Mary Granger
The fonds contains James’s records pertaining to his academic career. It includes literary material including material relating to A Bibliography of Canadian Poetry; (annotated) essays on Tennyson; articles and reports; and an acknowledgement of the gift of James’s library to Victoria University Library (1898). The fonds also contains a letter from Wilfred P. Mustard, an author and James's colleague.
James, Charles Canniff
The fonds consists of Horning’s records pertaining to his activities as an academic. The fonds includes correspondence relating to A Bibliography of Canadian Fiction (1897-1904); correspondence with Lawrence J. Burpee (1900-04) and with Wilfred Campbell (1895-1905); (annotated) articles; (annotated) copies of A Bibliography of Canadian Fiction, Exercises in German Composition, The German Drama of the Nineteenth Century, and other publications; lecture notes; personal and other material.
Horning, Lewis Emerson
Fonds consists of the following series: Series 1: Correspondence,1965-2008; Series 2: Art and records of Khoa Pham, 1976-2011;and Series 3: Writings, 1964-2013.
Riggins, Stephen Harold
The fonds consists of the following series: records relating to publications, 1961-2004; articles, addresses and related records,1950-2003; personal records, 1937-2004; records relating to professional activities and teaching, 1952-2007.
Fonds consists of Yvonne Housser's journals and correspondence (1931-1980), including correspondence with her husband Frederick Housser (1931-37), and Arthur Lismer (1937) and notes on Theosophy (1953-1980); lectures, book reviews and stories (1933-1980); and documents and drawings pertaining to her travels and sketching trips (1939-1975) to Europe, the United States, Mexico, and Québec.
Housser, Yvonne McKague
The fonds consists of records associated with Claire Pratt’s career as writer and artist, in addition to family records. Fonds is is arranged in four series.; see finding aid for details.
Pratt, Mildred Claire
Fonds consists of correspondence from Woolf to Ellen Alderm, 1935, and Mrs. Easdale, 1935, 1964–1968, primarily regarding submissions to Hogarth Press; and a letter from Woolf to Miss Kirkpatrick.
Fonds consists of twelve letters written to Mrs. Rosebery concerning writing, travel, friends, social activities and other matters.
Trevelyan, Robert Calverley
These fonds consists of Michael Phillips' records relating to his academic writings, including his extensive correspondence with Blake scholars, publishers, and printers as well as records related to lectures, exhibits and research in printmaking, 1957-2015. The fonds is arranged typically by work or activity and includes the following subject headings: The Poetical Sketches of William Blake (Ph.D. Thesis, 1968); William Blake: Essays in Honour of Sir Geoffrey Keynes (published 1973); Lectures and Research, 1974-1976; Interpreting Blake: A Volume of Studies (published 1978); Modern Language Association's Special Session on the Bicentenary of Poetical Sketches (Dec. 1983); An Island in the Moon (published 1987); "The Composition of Pope's Imitation of Horace, Satire, II.i" (published in Alexander Pope: Essays for the Tercentenary, 1988); Tate Britain William Blake Exhibition and Catalogue (2000); The Creation of the Songs (published 2000); The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (published 2011); Items Relating to Geoffrey Keynes; Books Annotated by G. Wilson Knight; "The Printing of Blake's Illustrations to the Book of Job" (published 2005); "The Printing of Blake's America a Prophecy" (published March 2004); "Printing Blake's Songs, 1789-1794" (published September 1991); "William Blake and the Sophocles Manuscript Notebook" (published 1997); Research on printmaking and Blake's illuminated printing ; and "William Blake : Apprentice and Master" Exhibit at the Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford", etc.
Photographs are of images of works by Blake, printmaking techniques and tools as well as images used in the catalogue for the Ashmolean Museum's Blake exhibition in 2014.
The archive of celebrated Canadian film director-producer Norman Jewison contains photographs and publicity materials, papers and correspondence, shooting scripts and schedules primarily for films directed or produced by Jewison between the years 1975 and 2003. Materials related to the films Fiddler on the Roof, …And Justice for All, A Soldier’s Story, Moonstruck, The Hurricane, The Statement and others undertaken by Jewison are held in this collection.
Fonds is comprised of the following series: Series 1: Films directed by Norman Jewison, 1966–2003; Series 2: Television productions, 1994–2001; Series 3: Shooting scripts, 1981–2003; Series 4: Films produced by Norman Jewison, 1966–1994; Series 5: Film projects not undertaken, 1971–2002; Series 6: Professional activities, tributes and honours, 1968–2007; Series 7: Correspondence/subject files, 1962–2007; Series 8: Canadian Film Centre, 1987–2004; Series 9: Autobiography, 1953–2005; Series 10: Photographs and posters, [1926?]–; and, Series 11: Memorabilia and publicity material, [194–?]–2007.
The collection of more than 3000 items contains all the books hand-printed by Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press in London (1917–1932). (The hand-printed works include many variant issues and bindings). It is also a nearly comprehensive collection of Hogarth Press machine printed books to 1946 (the year Leonard Woolf and the Press joined Chatto &Windus) and contains many rarities and all the significant texts. Included are many variant bindings, first editions, subsequent isues and editions, presentation copies, proofs copies, limited editions and signed limited editions. A substantial number of ephemeral publications, press catalogues, announcements and notices enhance the research utility of the collection. (Records for each item can be found in the University of Toronto Library Catalogue.)
Fonds consists of a letter to Clive Bell, 1926; a letter to Stephen [Spender], [1939?]; and a letter to Lillian Turner, 1936.
Mary Rowell Jackman was a graduate of Victoria University (B.A. 1925) who was a prominent philanthropist, social activist and patron of the arts. The fonds consists of records in the following ten series: correspondence, 1824–1994; student and alumnus records, 1915–1994; family records, 1904; records relating to finances, [192–?]–1994; social activism and religion, 1913-1994; records relating to art and artists, 1928-1994; records relating to travel, 1901–1994; records relating to Sky Works documentary, 1994–2005; photographs, 1910–1989; and, memorabilia and ephemera, 1920–1994.
Rowell Jackman, Mary Coyne