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Victoriana consists of published materials and documents relating to the history as well as present activities of Victoria University. It contains more than 250 titles and includes books, magazines, newspapers, pamphlets and other documents.
Duplicate copies of some items are located in our stacks and may be signed out (a valid TCard is required). Additionally, microfiche copies of Acta Victoriana are located in the reference collection on the first floor, under the call number LH3 .V5 A3. A microfiche reader is available on the main floor of the library.
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Victoria University Archives
The Victoria University Archives holds the corporate records of Victoria University, the records of student and alumni groups, and personal papers of alumni, faculty and staff.
The Canadiana collection (part of our special collections), also contains materials relating to prominent Victorians and the history of education in Ontario.
Other Special Collections at Our Library
They include the personal papers of many Victoria alumni, faculty and staff, including the literary critic Northrop Frye, doctor and suffragist Augusta Stowe-Gullen, poet E.J. Pratt, geologist A.P. Coleman, and the filmmaker Norman Jewison.