- CA ON00335 F2328
Consists of records relating to the life and practice of Dr. Fred Parker of Stratford, Ontario.
Consists of records relating to the life and practice of Dr. Fred Parker of Stratford, Ontario.
The collection consists of material documenting Packer’s professional work in the city of Toronto,
including photographs, a report from the Toronto Historical Society Board, and his biography.
Packer, Arthur Henshaw
Fonds contains records of Derwyn Owen’s career as a scholar, including subject notes, lecture notes, thesis materials, manuscripts, reading lists, and class lists from Owen’s time as a fellow and lecturer at Trinity College as well as correspondence and reviews relating to his published works. Files also include personal correspondence, primarily with Anne Armour (later Mrs Owen), diaries, passports, and personal and professional certificates. Also included are pamphlets, programmes, letters, official papers, newspaper clippings, speeches, and other documents from his tenure as Provost of Trinity College (1957-1971).
Derwyn Randolph Grier Owen
The fonds deals with records relating to St Hilda's College from its founding until 2004. Most of them are from the office of the head of St Hilda's College (whose title changed over the years from Lady Principal to Principal and Dean of Women to Dean of Women and Dean of St Hilda's. Records include correspondence, student records, committee minutes, reports and statistics, photographs, policies, budgets and other administrative records. Note that there are no documents for the period 1953-1978 when Katharine Darroch was in office.
Office of the Dean of St. Hilda's College
The fonds contains correspondence, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, and other items relating mainly to Convocation. The fonds further consists of ephemera and printed material relating to Trinity College collected by both M. Joyce Mudge and Gordon M. Mudge. The fonds contains three black and white photographs.
Mudge, Marguerite Joyce
The fonds contains correspondence, financial records, a letter-book, and diaries of Charles White Mortimer and Arthur Beresford Mortimer.
Mortimer, Charles White
The collection consists of several diaries written during trips to the United States and England during the 1850s and 1860s in search of building funds for Trinity College. From his three trips to the United States in 1852 and 1853 there are five notebooks as well as a letter concerning a resolution towards the endowment of Trinity College. There are 98 Cartes de Visite as well as an extensive diary from his 1864 trip to England.
Fonds consists mainly of records related to the production of the musical comedy/operetta Saints Alive! (1949) for which Ronald Bryden (later a theatre critic and academic) wrote the libretto and Keith MacMillan wrote the music during their time at Trinity College. Included are copies of the script, libretto, and score; MacMillan’s scrapbook about the show, with his annotations on the script; lists of cast members; programs and reviews. As well, there is a script and parts of the handwritten music manuscript for another collaboration by MacMillan and Bryden: the one-act musical comedy What – No Crumpets! (1947). The fonds includes other creative writing by MacMillan from his Trinity days.
The fonds consists of records relating to the Larkin-Stuart Lecture on church furnishings, deliv-ered on 14 November 1978 including drafts, research materials and slides.
Fonds consists of a notebook of lectures in medicine by Dr. W. B. Geikie, 1889-1892; a notebook of lectures in midwifery by Dr. A. Temple, 1889-1893; and a notebook on prescriptions, 1889-1890.
Macdonald, Robert Elgie
Fonds consist of correspondence with friends and Trinity associates, newspaper clippings, photographs, ephemera, and information on people such as Charles F. Pashler, George Ignatieff, and William Wright. Files include extensive information on the Theological Education Sundays project. Also included is a file with information on the ordination of women into the Anglican Church.
Frances Isobel Lawson
The collection consists mainly of material relating to Knight’s theatrical performances and productions in Toronto and the United Kingdom, including theatre programs, review articles and newspaper clippings pertaining to the theatre, as well as a few published articles.
Knight, George Wilson
The collection consists of miscellaneous correspondence, research notes and translations, publications and memorabilia relating to the Kirkwood family.
Mossie May Waddington
The fonds consists of notes of lectures by the provost of the University of Trinity College, delivered in 1859-1860 and notes of lectures on the catechism, including "Questions on Paley's Evidences of Christianity," as well as Jones's diary as a Trinity College undergraduate from 1857.
Fonds consists of records pertaining to George Ignatieff’s professional career and personal life. Genealogical information about the Ignatieff family documents their lives in Russia and immigration to Canada. Some records relate to the Parkin and Grant familes. Family records include memoirs, diaries, photographs, student records, journals and correspondence. Ignatieff’s professional life as a diplomat with the Canadian government is documented by correspondence, subject files, speeches, reports, newspaper clippings and photographs. Records from 1972 to 1986 are mainly from Ignatieff’s career as an administrator at the University of Toronto. These records were generated during day-to-day operations of these offices and include correspondence, subject files, speeches, writings, clippings and notebooks. In addition, there are documents associated with other organizations and activities in which he was involved, as well as documents relating to his honorary degrees and awards. Extensive background material and drafts trace the evolution of Ignatieff’s published memoir, The Making of a Peacemonger.
Fonds consists of research files created and used by Meredith Hill while executing her part of the 'Divinity 150' project at Trinity College. This project was begun in 1987 to study the Anglican clergy, in particular their training at the Cobourg Theological Institute and its successor, the Faculty of Divinity at Trinity College. Her research focused on the women who studied Divinity at Trinity College from 1915 to 1987. Fonds contains research obtained from records in the Trinity College Archives, and from surveys answered by former students. The fonds also contains a paper and course materials by Alison Kemper, a published paper by Meredith Hill as well as her presentation to the Divinity 150 Colloquium.
Hill, Meredith J.
Fonds consists of textual material and photographs relating to the Hicks family. Some material relates to the university career of RKH and includes research notes, articles, translations, book reviews, and poetry in the field of French literature. The majority of the material includes draft copies of RKH’s memoirs as well as diaries that he kept in the years leading up to his retirement in 1953 until his death in 1964. Some of the material relates to RKH’s personal life, including family correspondence, Christmas poems, and records pertaining to the life and amateur pursuits of Marjorie Ogilvy Edgar Hicks, including a scrapbook and two drafts of various chapters of an incomplete historical novel. Some material relates to the education and career of RKH’s son, John Edgar Hicks, including family correspondence and financial documents.
Rivers Keith Hicks
Fonds consists of typed records by Heeney and others, including lists of publications on the history of the Church of England in Canada, correspondence, an address, and reports.
William Bertal Heeney
Fonds contains handwritten and typed records; a diary/journal; sermons; notes on household accounts; newspaper obituaries and other clippings; correspondence in English and Arabic; photographs.
Fonds contains records relating to Hare’s work as a climatologist, geographer, and scholar. Files include correspondence, conference and meeting materials, published and unpublished reports and articles (by Hare and others), scientific data, photographs, newspaper clippings, letters of reference, pamphlets, newsletters, and other publications. Files also include a typed copy of Hare’s memoir, I’ll Always Take a Windowseat, as well as academic certificates and degrees.
Hare, F. Kenneth (Frederick Kenneth)
Fonds contains 193 typed pages of a diary that Hallock kept while he was a student at Trinity College from October 1927 to May 1929 (typed by Hallock in 1977-1978).
Richard T. Hallock
Fonds consists of research material gathered by John Hadwen as source material for his manuscript on the Colombo Plan. He appears to have worked on this project at two different points: during a year leave to study in Geneva in 1971-72 and after his retirement in 1987. Included are original documents and later photocopies of External Affairs documents, published material, internal printed documents for delegates to Colombo Plan Consultative Committee meetings, correspondence, briefing notes, and draft manuscripts. The final copy of Hadwen's manuscript on the Colombo Plan, and his correspondence with a publisher, are also included.
Hadwen, John G.
The fonds documents George Grube’s early life and family in Belgium and England, education at Emmanuel College at Cambridge, professorship at Trinity College, activities in the League for Social Reconstruction, C.C.F. and N.D.P., academic and political editing and publishing career, and family life in Canada. The fonds also documents Gwenyth’s early life, teaching career, political activities in the C.C.F. and N.D.P., and family life in Canada. Records include correspondence with personal friends, professional colleagues, associates, and publishers; legal, academic, military and financial documents; publications such as books, articles, reviews, galleys, offprints, posters and pamphlets; manuscripts, notes, drafts, subject files, meeting minutes, and newspaper clippings .
Grube, Georges Maximilien Antoine
Fonds consists of material from Grover’s days as a student at Trinity College (1939-43). Also donated is material on the history of St Hilda’s gathered by Miss Alma Conway, a 1914 graduate of Trinity College.
The fonds consists of an essay by Graham Owen entitled ‘Trinity College, Hoskin Avenue, Toronto: Sources, Plans and Buildings, for Professor D. S. Richardson
The fonds includes correspondence and pamphlets regarding the Trinity College Conference on the Humanities, 1952, and the Handbook of the Church’s Ministry of Healing.
Charles Davidson Gossage
Fonds contains materials from Gordon’s time as a student at Trinity College including lecture notes, an essay, correspondence, examination information, and pamphlets and programmes for various Trinity events. Materials also include 16 black and white photographs showing students and Trinity faculty.
Gordon, Percival Hector
The fonds consists of the signed agreement between Doctors Geikie and Rolph in 1857 in which they become partners. There is some correspondence and a number of journal articles written by Dr. Geikie on various topics. Many tributes to Dr. Geikie, printed and handwritten, are included.
Geikie, Walter Bayne
This fonds consists of records about the life and career of Clifton Gardner as an Anglican priest in England and Canada as well as his time as Chaplain in the Royal Navy. The fonds includes some published and unpublished works authored by Gardner, his sermon notebooks, and a diary.
The Earle Grey Players Collection consists of programmes and brochures for the annual Shakespeare Festival held at Trinity College, historical information on the founding and development of the Shakespeare Festival, and ephemera related to the Festival, including a bronze plaque commemorating the location of a mulberry tree grown from a tree in Shakespeare’s birthplace Stratford-on-Avon.
Earle Grey Players
Fonds consists of the administrative records and research papers of The Divinity 150 Project. It includes organizational documents, research notes and materials, surveys completed by divinity students, oral history recordings, copies of the database on floppy disks, and drafts of a planned book.
Divinity 150 Project
The fond consists of a scrapbook containing photographs with interspersed textual material that documents the early lives of Mary Hore Disher, her family, her husband and his family, as well as the history of Trinity College and its students during the time of her attendance from 1933 to 1935.
MARY HORE DISHER
The fonds consists of materials collected by Dorothy Deane and Edward F. Borbridge while at Trinity College and after graduation. Materials include ephemera, artefacts, correspondence and photographs.
Deane, Dorothy Metcalf
Fonds consists of records relating to the Faculty of Divinity at Trinity College in the 1940's and 1950's. A small file of correspondence with the Provost, course outlines, and student lists (1946-1959) are included.
De Catanzaro, Carmino Joseph
Fonds consists of records kept by W.B. Crowe while a student at the Trinity Medical College (1892-1896) and for several years after graduation. Files include lecture notes and examination papers; printed ‘admission cards’ allowing entrance to lectures; receipts from the Registrar; certificates from the various levels of his training; programs from Medical College social functions including the annual dinners (1892-1895); speeches; commencement programs; notebooks; and papers relating to his time in Scotland. Also included is a prescription book with initial date of March 1894 that seems to have been used throughout his career as a physician. Photographs include a tintype of W.B Crowe treating a patient, a photograph of the dissecting class, and a class photograph. Also included is a clipping from the Toronto Globe and Mail showing the graduating class composite picture for 1895-6.
Crowe, Walter B.
The fonds includes personal papers of Provost Cosgrave, Chronicles of the Kirkpatrick family, correspondence, genealogical information on the Colley, Foster, Kirkpatrick and Cosgrave families, Extracts from the Diary of Captain Joseph Bull, Provost Cosgrave's Visitor's Book, photographs, and an address written by Cosgrave for the memorial service of Gerard B. Strathy.
Cosgrave, Francis Herbert
The fonds contains the scholarly output of Conacher’s career, including research notes, lectures, offprints of his own and others’ work, personal and professional correspondence, and administrative records.
Desmond J. Conacher
Fonds consists of Conference programmes for some years. Also included is the first minute book of the group from its inception until 1913.
Clerical Alumni of Trinity College
The fonds is largely a collection of correspondence between various members of the Clarkson family, spanning most of their lives from 1904 to about 1963. A substantial amount of the material focuses on their travels and the primary recipient is Alice Baines Clarkson. The fonds also contains family and Trinity related photographs, diaries, records from the Women’s Musical club, and other memorabilia.
The fonds consists of a scrapbook in which Charleson records his student experiences as a member of the class of 2T6 and describes some Trinity traditions and events. Receipts from financial transactions, programs from theatre productions and debates, and dinner menus document many of Charleson's activities. Newspaper clippings reflect contemporary life during Charleson's years at Trinity.
Charleson, Edwin Hilyard
The fonds contains the material collected by Adam Chapnick during his research for his biography of John Wendell Holmes, Canada’s Voice: The Public Life of John Wendell Holmes, published by University of British Columbia Press in 2009. It includes his research in the Holmes fonds at Trinity College and Holmes’ letters to his family (Nancy Skinner Papers now incorporated into Holmes fonds), transcriptions of interviews and correspondence with various individuals, copies of some of Holmes’ writings, photographs, and correspondence relating to the publication of the book. Most of the research for his biography of John Holmes was undertaken between 2005 and early 2007.
Fonds consist of six bound and four unbound handwritten diaries dating from 1858 to 1921. The diaries also include newspaper clippings, letter seals, cards, correspondence, photographs, playbills, menus, militia directives, and illustrations of friends, outings, and women’s fashion.
Edward Marion Chadwick
The fonds consists of correspondance relating to Cayley’s appointment to St. Simon’s Church in 1900, clippings of articles written by Cayley, and manuscripts of sermons and talks by Cayley.
Cayley, Edward C.
Fonds consists of records relating to three generations of the Cartwright family, their relatives, friends and colleagues. Most prominent are the papers of Mabel Cartwright, which includes correspondence with her family and relatives, diaries, notebooks and photographs.
Correspondence and other records from earlier generations of Cartwrights are included, most from Mabel Cartwright’s parents dating from the late 1860s to the early 1920s. Letters from Mabel Cartwright’s siblings, including Stephen, a missionary in Japan, are included. Financial and legal documents are included from the time Mabel Cartwright lived with her sister Winifred. The fonds also contains material accumulated and written by Hilda Fern Wood about Mabel Cartwright, and some records relating to the Wood family.
Cartwright and Wood Families
Fonds includes material Cameron collected on six topics: John Ambery, the Ontario Medical College for Women, the Trinity College Company of the Queen's Own Rifles, Beverly Jones, the 150th Anniversary Celebrations of John Strachan's Birth, and the fire that destroyed Old Trinity (the University of Trinity College at Queen Street West). Materials include letters, newspaper clippings, and handwritten notes.
Cameron, Irving Heward
The fonds contains materials relating to Christine Brown's anthropology paper "Identifying Processes of Social Change at St. Hilda's College." This includes audio tapes of interviews with students and alumni of St. Hilda's College, material on access restrictions to these interviews, written submissions, and the paper itself.
The collection consists of constitutions, correspondence, promotional material, attendance lists, and financial records.
Includes a newspaper section, a scrapbook and a program, relating to St.
The fonds consists of four notebooks of lectures delivered in Trenton and Kingston for the benefit of the Trinity Hall Fund, and a fragment of a manuscript lecture on climate.
The collection consists primarily of correspondence between John Strachan and Bethune. Also included are published inserts, memoranda, sermons and copies of letters.
Bethune, Alexander Neil