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Records of the Chairman of the Board
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The Chairman of the Board of Regents is appointed by the Board and presides at all meetings. They are to have a general oversight and control of the business of the Board and is a member ex officio of all Committees of the Board.
Albert Carman, class of Vic 1883
1884-1914 - Samuel Dwight Chown
1914-1928 - Newton Wesley Rowell
1928-1933 - Alfred Ernest Ames: He first became a member of the Board in 1898 and in 1915 he was appointed as Chairman of the Executive Committee and Vice-Chairman of the Board. He also served on the Finance Committee and the Plans and Buildings Committee. Ames was born in 1866 and died in 1934.
1933-1934 - James Russell Lovett Starr, class of Vic 1887
1934-1942 - Wilfred Crossen James, class of Vic 1916: James was also Bursar at Victoria University, 1951-1962.
1942-1951 - Leopold Macaulay, class of Vic 1911, Osgoode Hall 1914: Won a gold medal at Vic for high academic standing. Named King's Counsel in 1929. Elected as a Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, representing the riding of York South in 1926 and kept his seat until he was defeated in the 1943 election. Served continuously on the Board from 1932-1972. Also served terms as President of the Victoria College Alumni Association and the University of Toronto Alumni Association. In 1973, he received an Honorary Doctorate from Victoria University in recognition for his outstanding service. The Leopold Macaulay Admissions Scholarship was endowed after his death. Born in Peterborough Nov 25, 1887, died Dec 24 1979.
1951-1958 - Henry Eden Langford, class of Vic 1928
1958-1962 - Ralph Shaw Mills, class of Vic 1925
1962-1971 - Frederick Arthur Wansbrough, class of Vic 1928
1971-1974 - Donald Walker McGibbon, class of Vic 1932
1974-1978 - G. Dennis Lane, class of Vic 1955
1978-1982 - Henry Jonathon Sissons, class of Vic 1937
1982-1985 - David Walter Page Pretty, class of Vic 1947: Also the President of North American Life Insurance. Born August 23, 1925 and died in 2014.
1985-1989 - Ruth Marion Alexander (nee Manning), class of Vic 1950: Born in 1929.
1989-1992 - Paul Wesley Fox, class of Vic 1944
1992-1995 - Richard P.K. Cousland, class of Vic 1954
1995-1998 - Elizabeth (Eastlake) Vosburgh, class of Vic 1968
1998-2001 - David E. Clark, class of Vic 1971
2001-2004 - Frank Mills, class of Vic 1968
2004-2007 - Murray Corlett, class of Vic 1961
2007-2010 - Paul Huyer, class of Vic 1981
2010-2014 - John Field, class of Vic 1978
2014-2021- Lisa Khoo, class of Vic 1989
2021 - present - Cynthia Crysler class of Vic 9T0
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Sub-series consists of the records of past chairmen of the Board of Regents including, A.E. Ames, Leopold Macaulay, Wilfred C. James, Dennis Lane, David Pretty and Ruth Alexander. Includes correspondence, applications, records regarding search committees, appointments and installations, property agreements, the Victoria University Act, federation, etc.
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For more records on the Gardiner Museum, see also the President's Office fonds (Fonds 2021), series 16 (Records relating to the Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art).