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2018 acquisition

A large portion of the collection focuses on her work with NOW Magazine, specifically “Talk Toronto”. Many of her other published articles are collected here, as well as Festival of Festivals programs, and art show and club posters.

This acquisition is divided into 22 series:
Series 01: Close Up
Series 02: Correspondence
Series 03: Daily TIFF Festival
Series 04: Events & Invites
Series 05: Flare
Series 06: Freelance
Series 07: Graffiti
Series 08: Images
Series 09: Inkwell
Series 10: Limelight
Series 11: Maclean's
Series 12: Metropolis
Series 13: Miscellaneous
Series 14: Network
Series 15: Now Magazine
Series 16: Posters
Series 17: Press Release
Series 18: Programs
Series 19: Toronto International Film Festival
Series 20: Toronto Life
Series 21: Writing Draft
Series 22: Zoomer

Levine, Rosie

Luckyj 2001 accession

This accession consists of baptismal certificates of his father and grandfather; other personal and professional correspondence; correspondence relating to his publications (1955-2001); material for his memoirs and drafts of other publications.

George S.N. Luckyj fonds

  • UTA 1493
  • Fonds
  • 1869-2001, predominant 1900-2001

Consists of records documenting the life and career of George S. N. Luckyj as a professor in and chair of the Department of Slavic Studies at the University of Toronto and as a scholar of Ukrainian literature.

See accession-level descriptions for further details.

Luckyj, George S.N.

2017 accrual

The collection consists primarily of audio and video recordings done by McClement of musical acts, interviews, and shows. Artists include Nelly Furtado, Shaggy, Neil Young, Rita MacNeil, Ringo Star, The Tragically Hip, David Bowie, Juno Award shows, and many many others.

There is also a large collection of magazines, including The Rolling Stones (1969-1982), Mix (1980-2011), Professional Sound (1992-2017), Studio Sound (1985-1994), Recording Engineer Producer (1976-1992), Tape Op (2005-2009), Kingston Whig-Standard (1959-2006), Cinema Canada (1982), Canadian Musician (2015-2017), and T.O. Magazine (1984-1988)

McClement, Doug

2017 acquisition

The Roy Kenner Fonds holds material from across Kenner’s many careers and musical endeavors. His career as a musician and vocalist is represented, with material from the 1960’s to the late 1970’s. Kenner’s voice over work in advertisement and jingles is also well represented. Textual and photographic records capture the many aspects of his life, and include contracts, set lists, promotional photography, notes, and scrapbooks he kept. This acquisition is divided into seventeen series. These series include:
Series 01: Associates
Series 02: Bush
Series 03: Crime World
Series 04: Delphia
Series 05: Honky Tonk
Series 06: Jack Fraser
Series 07: James Gang
Series 08: Law
Series 09: Lisa Dal Bello
Series 10: Mandala
Series 11: Mud
Series 12: Night Heat
Series 13: Roy Kenner
Series 14: The Royals
Series 15: Troiano
Series 16: Unknown
Series 17: Voice over & Advertisement

Kenner, Roy

2016 Accrual

The collection consists of three main items: posters, news and magazine clippings, and Radio Guide magazines. The posters are eclectic in taste, and focus on art, Indigenous rights, and advertisements. The Radio Guide material consists of supporting textual material like correspondence, reports, marketing strategies, and the magazines themselves. The news clippings come from a variety of sources.

Guilfoyles, Norm

2016 acquisition

Fonds consists of the professional records of filmmaker, producer, and media consultant Midi Onodera. Including film shorts and feature films that consist of raw footage, outs, and masters, director’s reel, music cues, sound files, waivers, contracts, scripts, production binders, press kits, budgets, copyright information, funding applications, distribution information, cast & crew lists, CV’s, and biographical information. The MAC series includes production and promotional videos for fundraising events and yearly trends. Also includes Film Festival catalogues, Art & Film magazines, zines, newspapers, press clippings, promotional photographs and posters, film stills, publicity photographs, continuity photographs, negatives, and slides.

Onodera, Midi

2017 acquisition

The Paul Saltzman Fonds spans his whole career, with many records from his most notable work. His time with the Beatles in 1968 is well represented. Multiple transparencies, artist proofs, and exhibition prints are present, including those selected by the Liverpool Airport for their art installation. There are also photos Saltzman took on his return trip to India in 2004 in preparation of his book.

There are multiple video Masters for the Danger Bay series, including Spanish, French, and Czech language masters.
A vast array of production elements are present ( ¼” audio reels, audiocassettes, Betacam SP, Digital Betacam, D2 cassettes, ¾” cassettes, VHS, HDCAM, DVDs, CDs, 16mm release prints, 16mm workprints, 16mm internegative, 16mm interpositive, 16mm optical soundtrack, 16mm magnetic soundtrack, 35mm release prints), and include productions Danger Bay, Wings, and Cold L-Z Pow. Multiple hard drives hold electronic files from Aides, Prom Night, and Last White Night.

Photographic and graphic records represent the productions Spread Your Wings, Danger Bay, and My Secret Identity. Some of these photographs are cast/crew photos, framed animation cells, and framed magazine covers.

Many of Saltzman’s awards are included in the Fonds. There are 100 framed certificate awards, 5 statuettes, 1 Emmy award for My Secret Identity, 3 medals, 9 medals in custom boxes and 2 medals encased in acrylic.

Saltzman, Paul

2016 acquisition

This acquisition is divided into the following 21 series:
Series 01: 4x5 & P55 Negatives
Series 02: 35mm Negatives
Series 03: 120mm Roll Film
Series 04: Contact Sheets
Series 05: 4x5 Positives
Series 06: 5x7 Negatives
Series 07: 4x3.5 Negatives
Series 08: 35mm Slides
Series 09: Prints
Series 10: Portfolios
Series 11: Books & Book Mock-Ups
Series 12: Personal Ephemera
Series 13: Press & Promotional
Series 14: Journals, Daytimes, Address Books
Series 15: Business Card Portfolios
Series 16: Personal Photographs, Albums, and Scrapbooks
Series 17: Darkroom Tools & Printing Notes
Series 18: Travel Postcard Collection
Series 19: Elaine Ling's Silver Gelatin Postcard Prints
Series 20: Polaroid P55 Contact Prints
Series 21: Exhibition Prints

Cody Family 1988 accession

Records of members of the Cody and Blackstock families, in particular Henry John Cody, his son Maurice Cody, and his second wife Barbara Blackstock Cody, but including some of her siblings and uncles. Included is correspondence (largely from ca. 1920-1950); records relating to World War I, including correspondence from soldiers at the Front, files on injured soldiers, along with pamphlets, press clippings and related material; press clippings, pamphlets and correspondence relating to World War II; undergraduate course notes and prize books; lecture notes for courses in church history and related subjects given in Wycliffe College; other notebooks, numerous scrapbooks, and publications relating to education, religion (including the late nineteenth century conflict between the Protestants and the Roman Catholic Church), reconstruction, the temperance movement, and other topics of interest to Dr. Cody; poetry; photographs; artifacts.

Dale Family fonds

  • UTA 1193
  • Fonds
  • 1850-1986

Fonds consists of 2 accessions:

B1975-0013 (2 boxes, 1850-1921): Journal and notes by William Dale relating to his stay in Quebec and science subjects, such as, biology, geology, and math. Included are Dale's correspondence protesting against university hiring and pay. Also, contains press clippings and incoming correspondence to William Dale's daughter, Frances Dale, who researched on her father's past as a student and his role in the student protest of 1895.

B2002-0017 (12 boxes, 1868-1986) : This accession documents the life and times of William Dale, professor of classics and Roman history, his wife and his children, primarily Margaret and Frances Dale. This family’s papers consist of three sous-fonds: the papers of Prof. William Dale, the papers of his wife, Frederika (Frieda) Ryckman Dale, and the papers of their daughter, Fredericka Frances Dale. The records in this accession provide an important historical resource on academic life at the University of Toronto as seen through the eyes of a controversial faculty member in the 19th century, and by two students in the early 20th century.

The William Dale sous-fonds documents through diaries, essays, speeches, teaching and lecture notes the academic achievements and contributions of this 19th century former professor of classics and Roman history at the University of Toronto and two other universities. William Dale’s contribution to the development of the curriculum of study in Classics has been described by Robert Wilhelm: “Together, Maurice Hutton and William Dale were responsible for transforming the miscellaneous Classical Curriculum of University College into a course of study that exhibited greater rigor and careful selection of the readings. Dale appeared to have been the guiding force and influence behind the changes in the classics curriculum; his journals showed him working out the details of the courses and the readings and making comparisons between the curriculum at Toronto and the course of study at Oxford.”

His diaries record not only his daily academic and personal activities, but also his impressions, observations and opinions on local and national events, religion, politics, books, and education. They are fairly complete from his student days prior to entering the University of Toronto, through his undergraduate and graduate years (1873), his first teaching experiences, particular at the English High School in Quebec City to 8 of his 11 years as Lecturer and Associate Professor in the Department of Classics (1884-1892). They are especially rich in documenting the operation of the University in general and the Dept. of Classics in particular. Dale wrote essays, lectures and speeches that went largely unpublished. Many of these manuscripts are contained in this sous-fonds, often heavily annotated by his daughter Frances as she organized his papers.

Complementing the William Dale sous-fonds are the papers of his wife, the former Frederika (Frieda) Ryckman whom he met while teaching at Queen’s University following his dismissal from the University of Toronto in 1895. This sous-fonds consists almost entirely of correspondence from William both before and after their marriage in 1901, and from her children and other family members following his death in 1921. The courtship letters from William Dale document not only his love and their relationship, but also his academic and farming activities. Following their marriage, the correspondence describes his activities while on trips to Toronto to teach at McMaster, the local activities in St. Marys and the surrounding farming community when he attended to their farm. The letters are also filled with his discussions of their relationship, family members and the birth of their children. Following Dale’s death in 1921, the correspondence is almost entirely from her two eldest daughters, Margaret and Frances. Records relating to the other children, William Douglas and Emmaline, are sparse, consisting mainly of a few letters from Margaret and Frances and press clippings on birth and marriage. The letters from Margaret and Frances are a rich resource of information on the day to day activities of two female university students living in Toronto in the 1920s. The daughters kept their mother regularly informed on social activities, the weather, lectures and impressions of professors, and their friends. Following this series of correspondence are files of personal documents relating more generally to the Dale and Ryckman families. Included are Mrs. Dale’s diary of her trip with her daughter Frances to Europe in 1934, her marriage certificate, educational diplomas and a file of correspondence between the Dale children during the 1920’s.

The final sous-fonds consists of the papers of Frances Dale. The first three series of diaries, correspondence and University of Toronto materials complement the sous-fonds of her parents. The diaries especially complement the correspondence in sous-fonds 2 since they provide the day to day record of her experience at the University of Toronto, her early career as a high school teacher and her enduring interest in physical education for women. The trip diaries of 1934 and 1936 are filled with her impressions of shipboard travel, the places and people she saw and met and provide a glimpse of life in pre war Europe. Unfortunately there is no diary of her trip of 1939 to Europe immediate prior to World War II. The bulk of the correspondence concerns her research on her father William Dale begun in the 1950’s and which continued into the late 1980’s. This research prompted her to undertake the typing of transcripts of her father’s unpublished essays and these will be found in Series 4. During the 1970’s several academics contacted her regarding her father’s life, especially the event of his dismissal in 1895. Series 5 contains the draft manuscript of the play by James Reaney entitled “The Dismissal” which was undertaken during the University of Toronto’s sesquicentennial celebrations. Robert Wilhelm, a former student of Frances Dale, used the Dale papers to write a number of papers on Prof. Dale, one of which was published?… Manuscripts of these works are also found in this sous-fond.

Frances Dale was also an avid amateur photographer documenting her European trips, family and friends. Individual prints and negatives, as well as a scrapbook provide a unique insight into travelling during the 1930’s. She also collected pictures of her university days, and members of her family as she conducted her research.

Dale, William

Hospitality frees guests

This item is a half-page article by Henri Nouwen entitled, ‘Hospitality Frees Guests’ published in the National Catholic Reporter, September 27, 1974, p. 11. Nouwen begins the article by stating, ‘If the first characteristic of the spiritual life is the continuing movement from loneliness to solitude, its second characteristic is the movement by which hostility can be converted in hospitality’. Nouwen suggests that if we meet others out of needy loneliness that will not create an open space of hospitality to help the other be who they should be. Nouwen states that he believes the biblical concept of hospitality ‘might offer a new dimension to our understanding of a healing relationship and the formation of a recreating community’. Hospitality creates ‘not a fearful emptiness , but a friendly emptiness where strangers can enter and discover themselves as created free…’.

University of Toronto. Department of Cell and Systems Biology. Zoology Library

A variety of publications (scholarly communications, government documents, magazine articles) largely focused on fish, limnology, oceanography, studies of fisheries, ecology, and some miscellaneous topics. There are also several theses, exams, and zoological studies of mammals, marsupials, and insects. Some publications are collaborations with other authors in the collection, but all have been organized by their principal author, retaining their original organization.

Personal and Family

This series documents some of Professor Friedland’s personal and family activities, some partially covered in accession B2002-0023 and some not. Some of the material (birth certificate, old wills and passports, entries for Who’s Who and like publications, and appointment books) provide an overview of Professor Friedland’s activities at various times in his life. The files on his Toronto residences and his cottage (originally owned by W.P.M. Kennedy) document one aspect of the upward mobility of a prominent academic and writer. There is memorabilia in the form of selected greeting cards and files on trips taken over fifty years provide some insights on cultural and intellectual influences. Material on Arts and Law reunions and anniversaries at the University of Toronto, Cambridge University, and elsewhere provide additional comparisons of “then” and “now”.

The correspondence with members of Professor Friedland’s extended family focus on family affairs generally and on personal lives, including professional achievements and social activities, births, weddings and deaths. The most substantial files related to his children, Tom, Jennifer and Nancy, and his mother, Mina, who died in 2000. The large number of photographs provides visual documentation of the family spanning a century.

The files contain correspondence, appointment books, addresses, certificates and programmes, greeting cards and other memorabilia, legal documents, a memoir, notes, flyers, passports and photographs. The records are grouped by activity and arranged, in the case of most of the correspondence, by the name of the family member to which it refers.

William Beverley Scott fonds

  • UTA 1756
  • Fonds
  • ca. 1856-2014 [predominant 1923-2014]

Accession B1991--0020 contains correspondence, articles, minutes and addresses documenting the activities of the Ectology Committee of the Department of Zoology and the Passamaquoddy Salmon Associates. Correspondence is among Scott, A.G. Huntsman and Harold H. Harvey.

Accession B2016-0001 contains the personal records of W. Beverley Scott, Professor Emeritus of Zoology at the University of Toronto, former Curator of Fishes at the Royal Ontario Museum, and former Director of the Huntsman Marine Science Centre in St. Andrews, New Brunswick. The records include correspondence, certificates, diaries, travel files, journals and field notes, research files, manuscripts and publications, and drafts of addresses, with associated photographs, slides, x-rays, notes, other related material, and a number of packets of fish scales.

This accession contains approximately 400 photoprints and 200 negatives and strip negatives, along with 41 slides, 48 x-rays, a few postcards, and a number of drawings.

Scott, William Beverley

NOW Communications Fonds

  • CA ON00349 2002.002
  • Fonds
  • 1981-2002

This fonds is divided into 4 series: ‘NOW Communications Inc.’, ‘NOW Magazine Photo Archive’, ‘The ‘Photo’ Series’, ‘NOW Magazine Audiovisual’.

The first series, ‘NOW Communications Inc.’, consists mainly of textual material relating to the production of the magazine. It is divided into 14 sections: ‘Administration’, ‘Advertising’, ‘Contracts’, ‘Awards’, ‘Circulation’, ‘Correspondence’, ‘Ephemera’, ‘Financial’, ‘Legal’, ‘Photography’, ‘Posters’, ‘Printing Subcontracts’, ‘Promotional’, ‘Publicity’, and ‘Research’. This series also includes 39 bound volumes of NOW Magazine (a complete run dating from Summer 1981 to August 2001).

The second series, ‘NOW Magazine Photo Archive’ consists of several thousand photographs related to the production of NOW Magazine (Vols. 1- 9). These photos document current events, personalities, buildings and businesses, streetscapes, conventions, demonstrations and rallies, theatre rehearsals and performances, film production stills, promotional portraits, and advertising and product shots used for advertising/illustrations/cover shots. This also includes 23 pieces of original artwork.

The third series, ‘The Photo Series’, consists of several thousand photographs related to the production of NOW Magazine (Vols. 10 - 13).
The photographs feature the same subject matter as those in the second series.

The fourth series, ‘NOW Magazine Audiovisual’, consists of audio and video items including production meetings, speeches, radio advertisements, interviews with Michael Hollet and Alice Klein, interviews with celebrities conducted by Michael Hollett, seminars, music compilations, and radio and television profiles of NOW Magazine.

NOW Communications

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