Fonds 1903 - University of Toronto Press Incorperated fonds

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UTA 1903

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University of Toronto Press Incorperated fonds

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  • 1897 - ca. 2000 (Creation)

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126.6 m (1269 boxes) of textual and photographic records and publications

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(1901-current)

Administrative history

Founded in 1901, University of Toronto Press (UTP) is Canada's leading scholarly publisher and one of the largest university presses in North America. UTP has published over 6,500 books, with well over 3,500 of these still in print. The Scholarly Publishing division produces approximately 175 titles per year, and the Higher Education division publishes around 25 titles per year. The Press has published dozens of notable authors, including Northrop Frye, Robertson Davies, Harold Innis, Marshall McLuhan, Yousuf Karsh, Michael Bliss, Carl Berger, Umberto Eco, and Julia Kristeva, and has produced some of the most important books ever published in Canada, such as the Historical Atlas of Canada, the Dictionary of Canadian Biography, the Encyclopedia of Canada’s Peoples, and the History of the Book in Canada. With the publication of these landmark titles, as well as a continuing dedication to groundbreaking new scholarship, UTP has firmly established its reputation for excellence. - from http://www.utpress.utoronto.ca/aboutus.php?sectionID=2&subsectionID=1&pageID=1

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This fonds contains 29 accessions from the University of Toronto Press

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Restricted; Access permission supplied by University of Toronto Press

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