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Plan of North Part of University of Toronto Property
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Plan of North Part of University of Toronto Property, University Park, Toronto. / Frank Darling, University Architect, Toronto.
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CA ON00335 F1029-/B-/B1906
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1 architectural drawing : ink on paper, col.
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This sub-series consists of 1 ink on paper site plan for Trinity College on the University of Toronto property bounded by Hoskin Avenue, St George Street, Bloor Street, and Avenue Road. This drawing shows proposed buildings as well as already constructed buildings coloured in red. The design for Trinity College shows two quadrangles with Hall/Lecture Rooms on southwest front and Provost's House on southeast front. Separat�ing the two quadrangles are kitchen court and dining hall on the west, and Chapel on the east. Women's Residence is located on the northwest, and Dean's House on the northeast. It includes proposed University Residences/Dormitories on the northwest corner of Hoskin Avenue and road allowance for Devonshire Place, as well as Botanical Laboratory with adjoining glass houses and palm house in botanical gardens to the northeast of the proposed Trinity College buildings.
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Records have been arranged chronologically according to building-specific projects.
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All records within this sub-series have been digitized and are available to researchers upon request, pending other restrictions.
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All of the architectural drawings in this accession are open to researchers with the exception of records deemed too fragile or in otherwise poor condition. If limits exist on a record, they will be outlined where appropriate.
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No further accruals are expected.
Item /B1906 (01) 01 underwent a full conservation treatment in 2011. This treatment reconstructed the piece and stabilized it against further physical degradation.
Item /B1906(01)01 is in poor condition and should be handled with extreme care. Use digital resources whenever possible.