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University of Toronto. Scarborough Campus. Photographic Services.
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- UTSC Photographic Department
- UTSC Photographic Services
- Photography and Graphics Department
- UTSC Photography and Graphics Department
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The University of Toronto Scarborough Photographic Services is a department within the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus. The campus was established in 1964 with construction beginning that same year.
The Photographic Services department was formerly known as the Photography and Graphics department. In 1998, the department was housed in Room AC286 in UTSC’s Academic Resource Centre (ARC), along with UTSC’s Library. As of 2013, the services of the department fall UTSC’s Communications & Public Affairs department.
The department has been staffed by two staff photographers over 5 decades, first David Harford and then Ken Jones. David Harford worked for UTSC from the 1970s until 1994. Ken Jones joined UTSC as the University’s Staff Photographer in 1994. The UTSC Photographic Services mandate is to "complete professional-quality custom photographic and imaging services to meet the teaching, research, publication and promotional needs of the UTSC campus" which is reflected in the records within the collection.
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University of Toronto Scarborough Library, Archives & Special Collections
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