Fonds 010 - Stanley K. Todorow fonds

Identity area

Reference code

CA UTSC 010

Title

Stanley K. Todorow fonds

Date(s)

  • 1963-1982, 1986 (Creation)

Level of description

Fonds

Extent and medium

2 cm of textual records
4 photographs : col.
1 artefact

Context area

Name of creator

(1902-1987)

Biographical history

Stanley Kosta Todorow was born in Serbia in 1902. He immigrated to Toronto after World War I. Upon his death in 1987, Todorow designated and estate gift towards the University of Toronto Billion Dollar Campaign, and established the Stanley Kosta Todorow Scholarship at UTSC, which presents and award for academic excellence to student in the Physical or Life Science. Beyond this, little is known about Todorow's life.

Archival history

The fonds was acquired by Doreen Marks, Manager, Public Relations, following a meeting with Todorow in August 1986.

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Scope and content

The fonds contains a small number of personal items belonging to Stanley K. Todorow. Personal items include ten copies of letters, four photographs and one artefact.

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Accruals

System of arrangement

Due to the small amount of material in the fonds, no further arrangement had been carried out beyond the fonds level.

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Conditions governing access

Material may be restricted for privacy reasons.

Conditions governing reproduction

Copyright is retained by the owner. Permission is required to publish material part of this fonds.

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Box list available.

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Note

Citation of the material should include the following elements:

University of Toronto Scarborough Library, Archives & Special Collections, Fonds/Collection title, Series Name - Box # File # - Item # (if applicable).

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Accession

1986-001

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