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Donald Frederick Forster fonds

  • UTA 1278
  • Fonds
  • 1949-1983

Fonds consists of records documenting the career and activities of Donald Forster, Professor in the Department of Political Economy, VIce-President and Provost, and President-elect at the the time of his death in 1983.

-B1983-0040: Correspondence, personal papers, lecture notes and essays, examinations and subject files. (44 boxes, 1949-1975)
-B1984-0019: Correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings of the Governing Council and selected committees, President's Executive and President's Planning Groups. (3 boxes, 1980-1983)
-B2006-0005: Two photographs: Dr. Forster with President Bissell as well as a group shot showing Forster with Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson, Mrs Pearson, Prof. Jeanneret, Hon. Jack Pickersgill and Mrs Pickergill. (2 items, [196-])

Forster, Donald Frederick

Charles Eric Hendry fonds

  • UTA 1370
  • Fonds
  • 1930-1975

Fonds consists of correspondence, research notes, articles, and subject files on various organizations, conferences, committees, and corporations, as well as the School of Social Work, for which Hendry was Director from 1951-1969.

Hendry, Charles Eric

Eric Horwood oral history

  • UTA 1391
  • Collection
  • 9 Feb. 1984

Consists of a sound recording of an interview between architect E. C. Horwood and University Archivist David Rudkin.

University of Toronto Archives and Records Management Services

University of Toronto Scarborough Library fonds

  • UTA 0295
  • Fonds
  • 1969-2008

This fonds contains 1 accession of records from the University of Toronto Scarborough Library. See accession-level description for details.

University of Toronto Scarborough Library

Milton H. Brown fonds

  • UTA 1088
  • Fonds
  • 1910-1971, predominant 1926-1971

Records documenting the activites of Milton Brown as professor in the Department of Hygiene and Preventive Medicine and head (1956-1967) of the Department of Public Health. There are extensive files on administrative matters and courses; on courses given at the Canadian Civil Defence College; on research relating to tuberculosis, other communicable diseases, and the development of vaccines; and on committees, especially those that Brown chaired, such as the Panel on Infection and Immunity of the Defence Research Board and the Committee on Accident Prevention of the Canadian Public Health Association. Some of Dr. Brown's files incorporate material produced by Donald Fraser, and there are also some of the latter's files.

Included is correspondence, memoranda and notes, financial records, grant applications, lecture notes, minutes, reports, addresses, manuscripts, publications and photoprints.

Brown, Milton Herbert

McLennan/Parks family fonds

  • UTA 1554
  • Fonds
  • 1883-1990

This accession contains mainly correspondence, photographs, memorabilia and diplomas from all three members of the family. Of particular note are the diaries of Sir J.C. McLennan for the last two years of his life as well as well as geological field notebooks and expense books.

For further details, see attached file list in the finding aid.

McLennan/Parks Family

Research Society for Victorian Periodicals fonds

  • UTA 1693
  • Fonds
  • 1959-1985

Records of the journal "Victorian Periodicals Review" including editors files, correspondence, minutes, agenda, production files, book reviews, conference files, subscription files and financial records. The "Victorian Periodicals Review" was published at the University of Toronto from 1973-2011. Records are arranged into series by Editor.

Research Society for Victorian Periodicals

Tuppil Venkatacharya fonds

  • UTA 1933
  • Fonds
  • [1922?] – 2006

Fonds consists of material documenting the professional and personal life of Prof. Tuppil Venkatacharya. Records cover his collection and research of Sanskrit literature through correspondence, typescripts, annotated texts, translations and transliterations, and recordings of some of his academic presentations. Also included in the material is documentation of the community Sanskrit classes taught by the scholar (Series 10) as well as his and his wife’s, Vijaya Venkatacharya’s, involvement in Toronto’s South Asian community. Fonds also includes family correspondence and some biographical material regarding Venkatacharya’s education and positions held at the University of Toronto and other institutions. Please see series descriptions for additional details.

Venkatacharya, Tuppil

University of Toronto Libraries. Gerstein Science and Information Centre fonds

  • UTA 0201
  • Fonds
  • 1874-1995

This fonds contains 8 accessions from the Gerstein Science and Information Centre, the Science and Medicine Library in the Sigmund Samuel Library Building. See accession-level descriptions for more details.

University of Toronto Libraries. Gerstein Science and Information Centre

Arts and Science Students' Union fonds

  • UTA 1007
  • Fonds
  • 1968-2016

Fonds consists of records documenting the Arts and Science Students’ Union and its constituent course unions. Material reflects ASSU’s sometimes collaborative, sometimes adversarial relationships with course unions, other student societies like SAC and the Association of Part-Time Undergraduate Students (APUS), as well as with university and faculty administration. Included are records documenting ASSU’s efforts to increase student representation on administrative bodies, and their efforts to improve programs and policies pertaining to undergraduate education. Material also reflects course unions’ role in providing an avenue for students’ voices to be heard through the course evaluations. Records include executive and council meeting minutes, newsletters and event posters, course evaluations, reports and position statements, and correspondence.

Arts and Science Students' Union

Frederick and Joan Winter Family fonds

  • UTA 1960
  • Fonds
  • 1957 - 2009

Fonds consists of material documenting the careers of both Prof. Frederick Winter and Joan Winter, particularly related to their archaeological research. Material in the fonds represents both of their individual work and education, as well as research conducted and presentations given together. The records of Prof. Frederick Winter’s cover his publishing activity, research across Europe, particularly within Greece, teaching, and some aspects of his doctoral work.

Joan Winter’s records make up a larger portion of the fonds’ material with considerable documentation of her undergraduate education at the University of Alberta as well as her time at the University of Toronto. Records also include Joan Winter’s teaching material as well as the tutorials she led for some of Prof. Winter’s courses.

The Winters’ joint research is documented through travel diaries, articles, research, and presentation notes. Some of the presentations are accompanied by photographs and the fonds includes additional graphic material related to their research.

Winter, Frederick E.

Joseph F. Fletcher fonds

  • UTA 1273
  • Fonds
  • [196-?] - 2015

Fonds consists of textual records documenting the professional life and work of Prof. Joseph F. Fletcher. Records include Fletcher’s research, advisory work, publishing activity, teaching, conference attendance and planning, as well as documentation of his early career at the UofT. The fonds contains significant coverage of two of Prof. Fletcher’s research projects, The Charter Project and the Australian Rights Project. Material is largely focused on the various issues surrounding civil and political rights in Canada which comprise a significant component of Fletcher’s writing, presentations, and research. Fonds also includes extensive teaching material from Prof. Fletcher’s career at the UofT, in addition to records related to his involvement in the Ideas in Actions: Essays on Politics and Law in Honour of Peter Russell symposium and resulting publication. Records include correspondence, typescripts and drafts, surveys, data print-outs, notes, correspondence, lecture notes, and background and reading material. See series descriptions for additional information.

Fletcher, Joseph F.

Ernest Sirluck fonds

  • UTA 1775
  • Fonds
  • 1938-2009

Fonds consists of two accessions:

  • B1988-0050: Correspondence; course, lecture and research notes in English Literature; files accumulated while President of the University of Manitoba.
  • B2012-0010: Personal correspondence (1961-2009); Board of Governors minutes, memos, and notes from Professor Sirluck’s position as President of the University of Manitoba; and the MRAP (Management Review and Analysis Program) task force reports for the University of Toronto Library system, 1976; and two booklets.

Sirluck, Ernest

Keith McLeod fonds

  • UTA 1556
  • Fonds
  • 1958-1999

Correspondence, minutes, memoranda, briefs, reports, notes, manuscripts of addresses and publications, interviews, lecture notes, course outlines, photographs, posters, sound tapes and administrative records documenting the activities of Keith McLeod as a professor in the Faculty of Education, University of Toronto, with particular emphasis on multicultural and intercultural education, the teaching of English as a second language, multiculturalism, aging and health care. Included in the administrative records are files on the merger of the Faculty of Education with the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Related to these files are course outlines and lecture notes for courses given at the University of Toronto, University of Manitoba, and Université de Montréal. There are also files on the journal, Multiculturalism; on organizations such as the Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers, Canadian Council for Multicultural and Intercultural Education, Canadian History of Education Association, Canadian Council of Multicultural Health, Multicultural Health Coalition, the Ontario Multicultural Organization; and on problems relating to the teaching of the French language in Saskatchewan.

McLeod, Keith A.

John William Bernard Sisam fonds

  • UTA 1776
  • Fonds
  • [193-]-1988

Records documenting Dr. Sisam's career as a forester from his time as a student at the University of Toronto through to his time as Dean of the Faculty of Forestry. Included are memos, correspondence, reports relating to the Faculty of Forestry; records documenting his membership on the Advisory Committee of the Ministry of Lands and Forests; early correspondence with the Ontario Paper Company; numerous governmental reports and academic papers on the Canadian forest industry and forestry education in Canada; draft chapters of what appears to be a history of the University of Toronto Faculty of Forestry; records relating to his involvement in various associations such as the Canadian Institute of Forestry and the Ontario Professional Foresters.

Photographs include 2 photoprints of the Ontario Forestry Association, Annual Meeting and Dinner, 1958 and 1970.

Sisam, J. W. B.

Gary Pieters fonds

  • UTA 1662
  • Fonds
  • 1989-1996

These records document Mr. Pieters student activities and as an alumnus of New College at the University of Toronto. Mr. Pieters was an active participant in the development of Caribbean students' activities such as the West Indian Students Association. As a student teacher at the Faculty of Education he was active in the Future Teachers Club, a group devoted to promoting teaching as a profession for African Canadians. Included are correspondence, brochures, flyers, clippings, photographs, reports and notes.

Pieters, Gary

Blanche Lemco van Ginkel fonds

  • UTA 1924
  • Fonds
  • 1962-1992

Consists of records documenting Blanche van Ginkel's career as a professor of architecture in the Faculty/School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, mainly from 1977 to 1990.

van Ginkel, Blanche

Harold I. Nelson fonds

  • UTA 1612
  • Fonds
  • 1938-2004

This fonds documents Prof. Nelson’s career as a historian, teacher and scholar. While he was not a prolific writer, records in this fond indicate he was a detailed and meticulous researcher who sought to integrate his research into his course teachings. Series 3 Journals, Series 6 Research Notes and Series 7 Lecture Notes, give evidence to this amalgamation between research and classroom. As well, much of his correspondence found in Series 1 Professional Correspondence, and Series 2 Letters of Reference and Recommendations document his relationship with students both while he was their professor and later as these students graduated and applied for employment positions, grants, and/or admission to graduate school. Moreover, the extensive comments and evaluations of student work, documented again in Series 2 Letters of Reference and Recommendations as well as in Sub-Series 8.1 Marks and Comments on Student Work, show the care he took in evaluating and imparting his knowledge to students. The fact that many of his administrative positions and roles on committees tended to focus on curriculum and student experience, indicates how important Prof. Nelson considered his role as educator. These are documented in Series 9 University of Toronto Administration and Series 10 Associations and Committees.

It is important to note the records that were not kept as a result of processing this fonds. Research notes on both primary and secondary sources were only kept when the notes themselves showed some analysis of content. Since most of Prof. Nelson’s research was done before computers and much of it before photocopiers were widely available, most of his research notes were transcriptions or summarized notes from sources. These were often typed up as well and/or written onto index cards and organized into topic. Most of these types of research notes were culled from the fonds.

Records that relate to his role as editor of the International Journal were not found among his papers and so are absent from this fonds. Removed from this fonds were his files as Chair of the International Studies Program. These were accessioned as University Records see - A2009-0006.

Nelson, Harold I.

Lawrence Berk Smith fonds

  • UTA 1785
  • Fonds
  • 1966-1997

This accession consists of the professional records of Lawrence Berk Smith and documents his career as an economist and professor at the University of Toronto. Most of this accession pertains to Professor Smith’s teaching, publishing and consulting activities. Types of records include professional correspondence, subject files, research notes, course outlines, exams, manuscripts, speeches, consultant’s reports, and committee briefs. No personal or family records are contained herein.

The accession is arranged in the following six series:
Series 1: Subject Files
Series 2: Teaching
Series 3: Publications
Series 4: Administration
Series 5: Addresses and Conferences
Series 6: Consulting

Series 1 consists of subject files broadly documenting Lawrence Smith’s teaching, publishing, administrative and consulting activities. Series 2 and Series 3, the largest series in this accession, contain records pertaining to Smith’s teaching and scholarly writings. Series 4 contains records dealing with administrative matters when Professor Smith was Director of Economics and Associate Chairman of Department of Political Economy. Series 5 documents speeches given and conferences attended by Smith in his capacity as an academic and consultant. Finally, Series 6 pertains to Lawrence Smith’s career as an economic consultant for various public and private organizations.

Smith, Lawrence Berk

Blake Wrong family fonds

  • UTA 1069
  • Fonds
  • [188-] - [192-]

This accession of the Blake Wrong Family Fonds consists mainly of family portraits, small photographs and one album. Included are portraits of Samuel and Rebecca Blake, Gerald, Margaret, Francis and Vershoyle Blake as well as Harold, Murray and Hume Wrong.

There is also some memorabilia belonging to various members of the Wrong and Blake families including Harold Wrong, Murray Wrong and Gerald Blake. There are items relating to Ridley College (1906, 1923), to the Kappa Alpha Society (1911-1916), as well as two booklets of poems: 1) Verses by Harold Wrong, and 2) By-Products 1911-1919 by Murray Wrong. As well, there are there two pieces of correspondence written by Gerald Blake from the front during World War I.

Blake Wrong family

Edward Stanley Ryerson fonds

  • UTA 1737
  • Fonds
  • 1887-1949

Records of Edward Stanley Ryerson, Assistant Dean and Secretary of the Faculty of Medicine and founder and first director of the School of Physical and Health Education. Includes biographical information on his family, subject files, addresses, public lectures, notes, articles and press clippings.

Ryerson, Edward Stanley

Kenneth G. McNeill fonds

  • UTA 1562
  • Fonds
  • 1944-2002

This fonds documents Professor Kenneth McNeill's research and publishing activities through professional correspondence (Series 1), drafts and typescript of articles, reviews, addresses, referee reports, research data and notes (Series 2 &3). Series 3, in particular, documents research undertaken in the Steel Room in the Department of Physics. Series 4, 5 and 6 document some of his administrative duties within the University and in particular Electron Linear Accelerator committee, and the Radiation Protection Authority. Lecture notes (Series 7) from courses taught both at the University of Glasgow (1952-1957) and at the University of Toronto (1958-1996) document his teaching responsibilities, while early course notes (Series 9) document his education at Oxford in the 1940s.

Prof. McNeill was also an active consultant outside the University, mainly for government but also for industry. Series 8 contains files relating to this consultancy work and in particular to his work on nuclear preparedness for Emergency Planning Ontario, a department within the Ontario Solicitor General’s office. Series 10 contains the collected material for a study on radon levels in Newfoundland mines that Prof. McNeill did for the Atomic Energy Board of Canada.

Accessions: B1994-0004, B2005-0004

McNeill, Kenneth G.

Barry French fonds

  • UTA 1293
  • Fonds
  • 1955-1999

To varying degrees, records in this fonds document key components of Prof. French’s career both within UTIAS and as an outside consultant. His education in the newly developing field of aerospace science is documented in his course notes found in Series 10. These notes were kept specifically to document the early teaching of this subject since Prof. French took courses from Professors Ben Etkin and Irvine Glass whose papers are also held by the University Archives. General correspondence files in Series 1, talks and papers found in Series 2 and 3 as well as course lectures found in Series 7 document his broad role as a university professor including his publishing activities, his relationship with other professionals and his role as an academic advisor and teacher. His role as an administrator both at the University and on the boards of professional associations are only marginally documented in two small series of records: University of Toronto, Series 6 and Professional Associations Series 8.

While Series 5 Research is by far the largest series in this fonds, it is mainly confined to the latter part of his career relating to research supporting SCIEX. Except for a few files, early research files are absent from this accession and researchers interested in research in the 1960s leading to Prof. French’s participation in the Viking project will have to make due with records found in Series 2 and 3 and possibly some correspondence in Series 1. The strength of this fonds is how well it documents the research at SCIEX, one of Canada’s most successful companies to evolve from a university research facility. Most records in Series 5, as well administrative files in Series 6 SCIEX, give a good picture of SCIEX’s evolution including the research undertaken, the funding sources available at the time, the business strategies that let to its success and specifically the instrumental role Prof. French played in this commercial enterprise. These records will be of interest to anyone researching the commercialization and marketing of technology in the Canadian setting. SCIEX is also a successful example of cooperation between industry and a university with the support of government agencies.

French, Barry

Thomas A. Goudge fonds

  • UTA 1319
  • Fonds
  • 1873-1993

Correspondence, diaries, course notes, research and lecture notes, card indices, addresses, manuscripts and publications documenting the career of Thomas A. Goudge as professor in and former chair of the Department of Philosophy at the University of Toronto.

Goudge, Thomas Anderson

Charles Norris Cochrane fonds

  • UTA 1161
  • Fonds
  • 1903 – [199-] (predominant 1920s - 1945)

Records in this fonds document to a limited degree the two writings noted above. There are galley proofs, some correspondence and numerous reviews documenting Christianity and Classical Culture. While there is no draft of any form of Thucydides, there is one file containing correspondence, comments and reviews. It is possible however that notes found in Series 5 relate to the research done for both books as well and lectures and other writings. Series 5 is by far the most extensive series accounting for nearly half the volume of records in this fonds and include not only notes but a bibliographic card index and books from Cochrane’s library that he had annotated.

Apart from his two major publications, Cochrane gave many lectures, wrote reviews and articles. A bibliography can be found in Appendix 1. At the time of his death, it was anticipated that his Yale lectures on St. Augustine would be published as a sequel to Christianity and Classical Culture. He was also doing research on historian Carl Becker and Greek jurisprudence. Early in his career, he wrote a report for the National Council of Education on the teaching of history and civics in Canadian schools (April 1923). He later teamed up with University of Toronto Librarian W.S. Wallace, to write a school textbook entitled This Canada of Ours, an Introduction to Canadian Civics. (Oxford University Press, 1924). Records relating to all of these works can be found in Series 3 and 4.

There were other aspects of his life that are, to a limited degree, documented in these records. As noted above, he was dean of University College residence – the first to hold this position since 1899. His appointment corresponded with the opening of the men’s commons room in University College. Some routine correspondence relating to this can be found in Series 1. Cochrane’s role as a teacher is somewhat better covered with several series of lecture notes as well as annotated exams. There are however no records relating to his administration of the Department of Ancient History while he chaired the department after 1929.

While there are no records relating to his participation in the 1st World War, two aspects of his life during the 2nd World War are fairly well documented. In Series 1, there is extensive correspondence and notes relating to the Oxford evacuees, especially regarding the children of family friend Kenneth Bell and more notably the two Clark children who stayed with the Cochranes. As well, there are extensive records documenting his position as advisor to the Minister of Justice on the committee hearing appeals from prisoners interned under the Defence of Canada Regulations, including case files on several notable communists such as Tim Buck, J B. Salsberg, Jacob Penner, Leslie Morris, Fred Rose, Bill Kashtin and Stanley Ryerson. Cochrane also co-authored a Memorandum on the Communist Party in Canada for the Ministry of Justice that discusses whether the Communist Party should continue to be illegal in view of the fact that the USSR was by now an ally. These records are found in Series 6.

Finally, some family photographs have been kept and mainly document Cochrane’s two children, Mary Ann and Hugh David Cochrane.

Cochrane, Charles Norris

James T. Lemon fonds

  • UTA 1474
  • Fonds
  • 1862-2005 (predominant 1964-2005)

The James T. Lemon fonds documents most aspects of Prof. Lemon’s life, in terms of both private and professional experiences. Records in Series 1 (Biographical), Series 14 (Christian Youth Groups) and Series 15 (Family Paper) give some overview of Prof. Lemon’s early life and family background. Records in Series 15 may be helpful to genealogical researchers interested in families who settled around West Lorne in south western Ontario.

Biographical profiles, correspondence, papers, addresses, manuscripts, reviews and grant files in Series 1 through Series 6 document most aspects as his career as a urban historical geographer. In addition, Series 12, documents much of his involvement with professional associations as well as community groups. His activities in the political arena as an active New Democrat are also documented in Series 13.

Course lectures and outlines, student papers, references, and correspondence found in Series 7 through Series 10 document his role as a teacher. Series 10 and 11 also give some evidence to his various administrative roles within the University. Of particular note are the early accessions of student term papers found in Series 7, Teaching. These cover a range of historical topics relating mainly to Toronto and, as secondary source material, may be of interest to those researching the urban history of Toronto.

Lemon, James Thomas

Hastings (John E. F.) Family fonds

  • UTA 1355
  • Fonds
  • [188-?]-2002

Records of two generations of the Hastings family, relating primarily to Elgin Rowland and Mary Ferguson Hastings and their son, John Elgin Ferguson Hastings. Included are course notes and laboratory notes, certificates and photographs documenting Elgin Hastings’ years (1908-1913) as a medical student at the University of Toronto, and correspondence, certificates and photographs relating to his wife’s life and activities. Most of the records document the activities of John Hastings as a student, especially the University of Toronto Schools and medicine (1945-1954) at the University of Toronto; his career as a professor of and administrator in public health administration at the University of Toronto (1956-1993), and as a advisor and consultant on community and public health issues from the local to international levels. The correspondence includes many letters from contacts in India and Japan; there are also research materials, manuscripts of articles, books and addresses, conference files; studies, including the Royal Commission on Health Services, the Community Health Centre project, the Sault Ste. Marie study and the Canadian Caribbean Health Initiative; and files on his involvement with Canadian Council of Churches projects and with the United Church of Canada. Included are photographs, an audiotape, two videos, and a number of artifacts.

Hastings (John E. F.) Family

University of Toronto. Department of Sociology fonds

  • UTA 0081
  • Fonds
  • 1949-2010

A1979-0064: Recorded lectures given as part of the "Ethnic and Race Relations" lecture series sponsored by the Department of Sociology and the Immigration Studies Programme. Lecturers from the University of Toronto include Warren Kabach, Dennis Magill, Robert Harney, Douglas Campbell and Raymond Breton. Guest lecturers include Anthony Richmond and Jean Burnet of York University, Cornelius Jaenen of the University of Ottawa, Pierre van der Berghe of the University of Washington, Nathan Glazer of Harvard University, Don Taylor of McGill University, Helena Znaniecki Lopata of Loyola University of Chicago and Arnold Dashefsky of University of Connecticut.

A1983-0008: Live audio recordings of a conference held in October 1980 by the surviving members of the League for Social Reconstruction. This was a unique event including recollections by such people as King Gordon, Frank Scott, Eric Havelock, Graham Spry, Irene Spry, J.F. Parkinson, Kenneth McNaught and David Lewis.

A1991-0001: Records relating to undergraduate studies; graduate students and graduate studies; teaching assistantships; faculty members and faculty meetings; department committees; special programs and events; the Department Assembly; the Centre for Criminology; department reviews and assessments.

A2017-0022: This accession of records from the Department of Sociology contains PhD student files of graduates from 2000-2010

University of Toronto. Department of Sociology

University of Toronto. Department of Pyschology fonds

  • UTA 0078
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 192-] - 1978

This fonds contains 3 accessions.

A1988-0046: Contains photographs of teaching staff of the Department of Psychology including Department Chairman, Dr. Endel Tulving at a meeting in Croft Chapter House.

A1996-0020: Contains course outlines and lectures from various psychology courses put together by W.E. Blatz, E.D. MacPhee and K.M. Rogers. Courses include: Psychology of Learning; Syllabus Mental Tests; General Psychology (Arts); Psychology for Pupil Nurses; Short Course in Psychology - Third Year Medical Students; and Introductory Psychology 1a

A2019-0015: Consists of PhD Graduate Student records from the Department of Psychology from 2002-2009.

University of Toronto. Department of Pyschology

Carl Berger fonds

  • UTA 1053
  • Fonds
  • [1952]-2006

This fonds consists of one accession covering the four decades of his career as historian, author, teacher and administrator in the Department of History at the University of Toronto. The fonds is arranged in five series. Series 1 consists of chronologically arranged correspondence of both a personal and professional nature dating from his arrival in Toronto in 1961 to a few years after his retirement in 2003. Prof. Berger was a contemporary of many of Canada’s leading historians. This series of correspondence documents his professional and personal relationship with such notable historians as Ramsay Cook, Donald Creighton, Kenneth McNaught, and Ray Mclean, as well as former students such as Douglas Owram, Gerald Friesen, Bob Rae, Brook Taylor and Michael Gauvreau. Additional correspondence relating to various internal and external professional activities are found in Series 2. Series 3 and 4 document his teaching activities and his relationship with selected graduate students from the early 1970s to the mid 1990s. Records relating to his publication activities in Series 5 are, unfortunately, not as complete since many files do not contain manuscripts. In spite of this, the series provides a fairly complete record of his major publications including files on each of his four books, as well as articles, lectures and other academic works. Also in this series will be found a file containing an annotated version of a typescript of Harold Innis’ autobiography.

Berger, Carl

University of Toronto. Department of Zoology fonds

  • UTA 0086
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 18-] - 2007

This fonds contains 11 accessions.

A1974-0022: Contains correspondence files of William John Knox Harkness (ca. 1922-1944) and Frederick Ernest John Fry (1939-1945); subject files mostly relating to fisheries (ca. 1924-1956); correspondence, subject and financial files (1928-1969), and photographs.

A1990-0030: Contains approximately 400 lantern slides from the Department of Biology, assembled primarily by Professors Benjamin Arthur Bensley and Archibald Gowanlock Huntsman. The images are of zoological specimens, scientists, and places, including the Atlantic Biological Station in St. Andrew's, New Brunswick.

A1991-0010: Contains 1 photoprint.

A1993-0012: Contains charcoal drawings and photographs prepared by Dr. B. A. Bensley, chair of the Dept. of Zoology from 1912-1934, for his unpublished work on comparative dental anatomy. Although the whereabouts of the manuscript which would accompany these illustrations is unknown, captions for the images have survived and are filed at the beginning of the graphic records.

A1995-0023: Contains a photoprint of a group of students on the steps of the University Biological museum.

A2004-0005: Contains records consist of administrative correspondence, personnel files, biographical files, and student departmental brochures. Also included is information on the openings of the Biological Department in 1889, the Ramsay Wright Zoological Laboratories in 1965, and the Huntsman Library in 1978.

A2005-0022: Contains personnel files of Department of Zoology faculty members, E.J. Crossman, C.K. Govind, J.E.I. Lai-Fook, and W.E. Swinton. Files also contain seconday biographical information such as obituaries, curriculum vitaes, and notices.

A2007-0019: Contains original teaching charts for the Department of Zoology, painted by in-house artists including Irene Nosyk and James Bray. Some are hand painted reproductions of published charts while others are original renderings.
Also includes eighty digital images documenting the Special Presentation to Irene Nosyk at the former Zoology Charts Room, Sept. 6 2007 (Norm Hatton, photographer).

A2008-0016: This accession consists of photographs and videos documenting the faculty, staff and several events held at the Department of Zoology. Sound recordings consist mainly of recorded lectures from BIO 110. There are also four boxes of administrative files documenting mainly external reviews, planning committees and various reports.

A2014-0012: Consists of records related to the Department of Zoology's Landscape Committee, specifically their project called "Zoo Woods", which was a green space project situated between the Sidney Smith building and the Ramsey Wright Laboratories. The records in this accession come from one large 3-ring binder and contain correspondence regarding the Zoo Woods project, clippings from 'Zoonews' and print-outs on related landscaping projects, site inventories, and research materials on plant-life to be used in the project. The accession also contains slides documenting the project.

A2015-0004: This accession primarily consists of Zoology departmental newsletter drafts and related correspondence. The administrative records, such as department reports, program management and staffing plans, are also included in this accession.

University of Toronto. Department of Zoology

Cleghorn Family fonds

  • UTA 1156
  • Fonds
  • 1888-1928

Course notes (1888-1890) taken by Allen Charles Mackenzie Cleghorn while a student at Trinity Medical College, and correspondence (1903-1914) relating to medical research; course notes (1925-1928) taken by his son, Robert Allen Cleghorn during 4th, 5th and 6th year Medicine at the University of Toronto. Included in the latter are courses taught by Professors Duncan Graham, W.E. Gallie and Harold W. Wookey.

Cleghorn Family

William Herbert David Clark fonds

  • UTA 1152
  • Fonds
  • 1912-1924

William Clark's course notes in algebra and trigonometry for public and high school; his course notes taken while a student in 1st-3rd year mechanical engineering; files and photographs relating to the Overseas Education League (1924); photographs include Applied Science YMCA executive (1911-1912), University of Toronto Rowing Club (1923-1924), and the graduating class in Engineering (1924).

Clark, William Herbert David

Herbert G. Downing fonds

  • UTA 1222
  • Fonds
  • 1900-1957

Graduation diploma and photograph of Herbert G. Downing, a graduate of the Faculty of Medicine in 1900. Also includes two snapshots of a reunion group from the class of 1900 as well as Downing's certificate from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, 1901.

Downing, Herbert G.

Robert James Wood fonds

  • UTA 1968
  • Fonds
  • 1882-1886

Signed admission tickets to classes in the Toronto School of Medicine, 1882-1886; announcement for examinations for license from the King and Queen's College of Physicians in Ireland, 1886; cartoon of the "Quack Doctor", n.d.

Wood, Robert James

Palmer Family fonds

  • UTA 1639
  • Fonds
  • 1864-1905

Five student notebooks of Benson Jones Palmer and Elgin Burpe Palmer from the University College School of Agriculture, 1869-1872; one farming contract book 1871-1897, and inserts.

Palmer Family

Andrew M. Watson fonds

  • UTA 1943
  • Fonds
  • 1949-1989

Lecture notes, reading notes, term essays and exams for courses in Economics and Political Science as an undergraduate and graduate student at University of Toronto (1949-1953); personal lecture notes of Andrew Watson for his course on European Economic History (1960-1966). Dept. of Economics Review of graduate programme - correspondence (1988-89).

Watson, Andrew M.

David Warren fonds

  • UTA 1941
  • Fonds
  • 1971-1972

Includes material relating to Heyworth Committee set up in February 1972 to look into the issue of stack access to Robarts Library, minutes of Library Council meetings and meetings of the Committee on Stack access to Robarts Library, reports, signed petitions, memoranda and a file on a proposed expanded UC library service.

Warren, David

Herbert Hartnoll Bishop fonds

  • UTA 1059
  • Fonds
  • 1933-1954

Correspondence assembled by Herbert H. Bishop in his capacity as President of the Frederick Harris Music Company and as Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Royal Conservatory of Music, relating also to the relationship between the two bodies.

Bishop, Herbert Hartnoll

O'Sullivan Family fonds

  • UTA 1623
  • Fonds
  • 1910-[197-]

Personal records of Dr. Paul Michael O'Sullivan and his son, Dr. Paul MacLaren O'Sullivan, created in their capacity as professors of medicine at the University of Toronto. Dr. Paul Michael O'Sullivan's papers include: a complete manuscript of a dictionary of anatomical terms; correspondence and teaching notes. Dr. Paul MacLaren O'Sullivan's papers consist primarily of teaching notes, ca.1950-1970s.

O'Sullivan, Paul Michael

William Henry Fraser fonds

  • UTA 1291
  • Fonds
  • 1912-1913

Register of marks maintained by Professor William Henry Fraser on his students in Spanish and Italian phonetics.

Fraser, William Henry

Frederick Barber Goodwillie fonds

  • UTA 1316
  • Fonds
  • 1892-1894

Two volumes of course notes taken by Frederick Barber Goodwillie while a student in the Faculty of Arts at University College. The first is of notes on lectures in Medieval History delivered by Charles Allan Stuart, who took over from Sir Daniel Wilson at the beginning of March, 1892 and taught for the remainder of the term. The second volume contains notes of the complete set of lectures delivered by Professor William John Alexander to fourth year honours students in English (October 1893 to April 1894).

Goodwillie, Frederick Barber

Aziz Ahmad fonds

  • UTA 1004
  • Fonds
  • 1957-1978

Offprints of articles written in English, French, German, and Turkish by Aziz Ahmad, Professor in the Department of Middle East and Islamic Studies, and some mimeographed material; also presentation books and offprints.

Ahmad, Aziz

Victor Ernest Graham fonds

  • UTA 1325
  • Fonds
  • ca. 1955-1984

Consists of research files and papers relating to 16th century royal entries in France, including photocopies of original documents, and documentation from "The Royal Tour of France by Charles IX and Catherine de Medici (1564-66)", U of T Press, 1979, and additional royal entries, court festivals and important secondary sources, both before and after the Royal Tour.

Graham, Victor Ernest

William James Ashley fonds

  • UTA 1020
  • Fonds
  • 1889-1928

Papers presented at seminars conducted by Professor Ashley at University College; covering letter from T. Richards, Librarian of the University College of North Wales

Ashley, William James

Stanley William Frolick fonds

  • UTA 1297
  • Fonds
  • 1975-1985

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.

Frolick, Stanley William

George Heiman fonds

  • UTA 1365
  • Fonds
  • 1956-1985

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.

Heiman, George

Frank Scott Hogg fonds

  • UTA 1382
  • Fonds
  • 1929

Consists of notebooks of stellar observations for Hogg's PhD thesis at Harvard.

Hogg, Frank Scott

James Metcalfe MacCallum fonds

  • UTA 1497
  • Fonds
  • 1884

14 pages from the journal of Dr.James M. MacCallum relating to his journey to Canadian Northwest to vaccinate Indians on reservations in July, 1884.

MacCallum, James Metcalfe

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