The fonds consists of a leather bound handwritten collection of essays by Charles Nesbit, 'Lectures on logic,' delivered in April-August, 1791, presumably at Dickenson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
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The fonds consists of a leather bound handwritten collection of essays by Charles Nesbit, 'Lectures on logic,' delivered in April-August, 1791, presumably at Dickenson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
The fonds consists of a single, four page letter, dated 1855 November 16, addressed to Father, Mother, Brothers & Sisters, describing Thomas Adams' trip from Straffordville to Toronto in November, 1855.
Adams, Thomas, b. 1855
Fonds consists of nine handwritten notebooks containing the sermons written by William Clark for services held in several locations throughout Canada West (later Ontario), including Blenheim, Burford, Plattsville, Port Dover, and Toronto. The sermons created during the 1870s were written in Baldwinsville and Greenpoint, which were likely communities on Long Island, New York. Each sermon begins with a title and the underlying biblical text, and often include the numbers of the hymns sung during the service.
Clark, William Warner
The fonds consists of letterbooks of Albert Edward Taylor for the period, 1892-1901 when he was practising law in Aurora, Ontario.
Taylor, Albert Edward, b. 1864
Fonds consists of a single letter from Frederick Debartzch Monk, Conservative Party member of the House of Commons and Minister of Public Works in the Borden government to Boucher de la Bruere on political questions of the day (1911).
Monk, F.D. (Frederick Debartzch), 1856-1914
The fonds consists of Lady Welby's correspondence, research and reference notes, publications, poetry, newspaper clippings, and printed material. It also includes of galley proofs of Francis Galton's papers on eugenics.
Welby, Victoria, Lady, 1837-1912
Fonds consists of correspondence of Emma Martin Sullivan, Adelaide Township, Ontario, and includes letters from her sister in Kansas, her brother, Neal, in Saskatchewan, and her aunt, Elizabeth Munson, in Maple Grove, Ontario.
Sullivan, Emma Martin
Fonds consists of registers of British vessels employed in the coasting trade on Canada's Atlantic coast. One volume records vessels that arrived at Bridgetown, Nova Scotia, between 1876 and 1906, and the other volume lists vessels that departed from this port between 1876 and 1910. The registers include date of entry, rig and name of vessel, the master's name, port of departure or destination, whether the vessel was carrying cargo or ballast, and the number of tons and crew permitted under transire or coasting license.
The fonds consists of correspondence of James Mavor with colleagues as well as press clippings relating to a Balkans Crisis in 1908.
Fonds consists of correspondence between Captain James R. Allan and Vivien Beer of Strathroy, Ontario before Captain Allan, was killed; press clippings and photographs of Captain Allan and Private Walter Beer while serving in World War I and scenes of various members of the Beer family.
Fonds consists of correspondence of Albert Edward Kemp with political colleagues, government and parliamentary business. There is also financial material relating to Kemp Manufacturing Co., 1909-1923, including financial statements.
Kemp, Albert Edward
The fonds consists of a typescript carbon copy of Robert Laird Borden's dairies for the period, 1912-1922. This covers the war years, the passage of the War Measures Act, the introduction of income tax in Canada, the organization of the Union government, and related topics.
Borden, Robert Laird, 1854-1937
The fonds consists of letters (1919-1922) to Lieut.-Col. Aikin from his young daughters, Ethel, Flora, and Dorothy; his wife, Olive; and someone from Glasgow named Isabella. It seems that the family lived in Saskatoon while the father was working in Winnipeg. The letters also mention another daughter, Catherine. There are a couple of other more formal pieces of correspondence with government departments dating 1949 and 1955.
Aikin, James Alexander, 1868-1957
The fonds consists of Donald Mackenzie's ledgers, day books, and account books for Mackenzie & Rogerson, merchants in Woodbridge, Ontario (1875-1904), and correspondence, petitions, registers, license records and related material for the West Riding of York Liquor License Inspector, 1877-1927.
Mackenzie, Donald, 1852-1941?
Fonds consists of two leather-bound albums likely presented to Stephens after his resignation as president of the Saar Governing Commission.
Stephens, George Washington
The fonds consists of minutes of the Political Committee, the Central Executive Committee, and the Secretariat of the Workers' (Communist) Party of the United States, 1926-1929.
Jaffe, Philip J.
The fonds consists of correspondence, memoranda and notes, by James Morrison and others, concerning the activities of the UFO and the UFCC. There is also an unsigned biographical sketch of Morrison.
Morrison, James J., 1861-1936.
The collection consists of bound typescripts of diaries, many with photographs included, of Stephen McKenna's travels in South America, the Caribbean, North Africa, France and other countries (1921-1933). There are also typescripts and carbon copies of four plays he composed, including 'Ninety-six hours' leave,' (1917), short stories and articles, some in draft form, other clipped from magazines, and scrapbooks of serialized novels which appeared in newspapers and magazines. In addition, there are photographs of locales he had visited.
The fonds consists of George Stewart Henry's daily appointment books (1931-1934), an algebra exercise book, and his passport, issued in 1928.
Henry, George Stewart, 1871-1853
The fonds consists of a carbon typescript of Sir Osbert Sitwell's 'Miracle on Sinai,' under the working title, 'The new commandments or, make up your minds' as well as revisions in handwritten form, and carbon typescript pages of re-written passages.
The collection consists of war diaries of the 2nd Field Company of Canadian Engineers (including Intelligence summaries and progress reports) for the period, 1915-1919, 1940-1941 (latter dates confined to Fort York, Toronto). In addition, there are regimental documents including list of regimental numbers, officers and men discharged (1915-1918), nominal rolls, transfer rolls, daily register, register of recruits (1930-1943), and company orders (1921-1925).
Fonds consists of diaries and approximately 150 letters of Gordon Stepler written during World War I and sent to his parents and sister. Also included are postcards, a discharge certificate, a photograph album and other photographs, a pay book, leave passes and other ephemera, as well as letters to Gordon Stepler's family from friends of Gordon Stepler and articles by Dorothy Stepler regarding her brother's participation in World War I, and pamphlets related to World War I and World War II.
The fonds consists records of R.M. Fowler, including reports, correspondence, transcripts of hearing and related material from the Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations (Rowell-Sirois). This includes summary of the hearings (1937-1940), and transcripts of private sittings with the Manitoba and New Brunswick delegations (1938). In addition, there is material from Commission staff in the form of memoranda (1937-1938), precis of discussions (1938-1939), bibliographies and Orders-in-Council, tax forms and notes and estimates relating to unemployment in Canada (1938-1939). There are also copies of several reports issued by the Commission on the taxing power in Canada, debt adjustment, excise duties, and studies of federal systems in other countries.
Fowler, R.M., 1906-1980
The fonds consists of playbills and programmes for productions of the New Play Society, including 'Spring thaw,' and its predecessor body, the Village Players.
New Play Society
The photographs document the life of a German soldier during World War II. They include portraits of Kurt Czasch and members of the German Army, civilians (possibly relatives?), photographs of environments where he was stationed, movement of troops and material, photographs of dead soldiers, prison camps, military life and related themes. The photographs are of the 'snapshot' variety.
Czasch, Kurt (d. 1971)
The fonds consists primarily of approximately 50 letters written to Mrs. Thomas Shore, and one to Jennie Shore. Most of the letters were written by Mrs. Shore's son Charles W. Shore, and about thirteen of these were sent to Mrs. Shore by her cousin, Andy Bach. There are also about a dozen letters of recommendations for Ivan Bradshaw Miles Barr.
The fonds consists of copies of 'Canadian student' (published by the Student Christian Movement), 'The student,' (Student League of Canada), 'Youth forum,' (Canadian Youth Congress), and 'The new commonwealth,' (Co-operative Commonwealth Federation), 1934-1936. In addition, there is material from the League for Social Reconstruction, including minutes of meetings of the National Executive (1936-1941), membership material, and reports from the National Convention (1936), as well as newspaper clippings and related material. For the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation there are minutes, campaign material, and newspaper clippings relating to the London (Ont.) Riding Association (1938-1946).
Jack, Gordon Hamilton, 1913-1978
The fonds consists of George Williams Brown’s correspondence, speeches, research material, and papers of the Montebello Conference.
Brown, George Williams, 1894-1963
The fonds consists of several photo reproductions of typed statements and documents used in a meeting of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Canada, 22-23 January, 1943, the primary document being "The Canker of Factionalism". The statements are from several CPC members who participated in self-criticism and confessional sessions.
Communist Party of Canada
Fonds consists of the original manuscripts, and some additional typescripts, of the 'Famous Canadian Trials' series, volumes 1-50, created between 1943 and 1949.
Guillet, Edwin C., 1898-1975
The fonds consists of Jerome Ch'en's collection of statements of delegates to the Geneva Conference in 1954 [1955?], along with newspaper clippings and related material concerning the Korean War.
Fonds consists of the records created and accumulated by Arnold Hoffman as a prospector and stockholder, relating to gold mining operations in Ontario, Quebec, and the Northwest Territories. Records relating to the gold mines at Wright-Rouyn, Arrowhead, and Thompson-Lundmark include: maps and sketches, photographs, geological studies, reports, and assay reports. Files also contain records pertaining to Stadacona Rouyn, Sunset Yellowknife, Junior Frood, Coniaurum, Algood, Pershon, Resenor, Michipicoten, Croydon Rouyn, and El Canada mines, including geological reports, and correspondence. Records related to Hoffman’s stocks and business operations as Secretary of Gold Operators (Canada) Ltd. include stockholder lists, securities lists, annual reports, meeting minutes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, cheques, and contracts.
Fonds consists of music used by the Rex Battle Orchestra, including a series of envelopes arranged alphabetically by song title that contain published scores and lyrics, as well as original arrangements by Rex Battle. Notes written on the envelopes show names of songs, composers and publishers, as well as the musics key, performance dates, costs of the published music and the breakdown of the scores by instrument. This fonds also consists of orchestral scores and sheet music for the piano, organ, violin, viola, clarinet, and other instruments.
Battle, Rex, 1895-1967
The fonds consists of correspondence and papers (1928-1959), arranged chronologically, receipts for monies received from Maurice Duplessis and others, including receipts from organizations, associations and student awards. There are also the proceedings of the meetings of the Public Accounts Committee Inquiry (1936), through which Duplessis exposed the corruption of the Liberal government of the day. The fonds also contains scrapbooks of newspaper clippings relating to political and social developments in Quebec (1929-1949) with concentration on the period, 1934-1936, as well as newspaper clippings relating to the death and funeral of Duplessis. In addition, there is correspondence with and/or concerning several prominent Quebecois including Daniel Johnson, Thibaudeau Rinfret, Msgr. Ferdinand Vandry, Georges Vanier, and companies located in the province (Dominion Textiles, Noranda Mines), and related subjects.
Fonds contains minutes of the Organizing Committee for the period of 1957-1959 [incomplete].
York University (Toronto, Ont.). Organizing Committee of York University
Fonds consists of a photocopy of a typescript and photographs of the history of the Schreiber family.
The fonds consists of Arthur Hackett's copies of correspondence, reports, minutes, newspaper clippings and printed material related to the Organizing Committee of York University and the establishment of the University in 1959. It includes: minutes of the Organizing Committee, 1958-1959, of the Executive Committee and the Facilities Planning Committee, both 1959, as well as of the Publicity Committee, 1958-1959; copies of drafts and the final form of the York University Act (1959); a copy of the first report of the Curriculum Committee; and reports of meetings of the Provisional and the official Board of Governors.
The fonds consists of correspondence, notes, a scrapbook, publications and galley proofs of publications, both by Richard Henry Tawney and by the Workers' Educational Association. For Tawney there are notes on a book about the economic thinker Henry George (which was apparently never written), chapters in typescript and handwritten for 'Equality,' and page proofs for 'Twentieth Century socialism,' as well as articles and reviews (in typescript and handwritten and published) for 'The highwayman,' (publication of the Workers' Educational Association), correspondence with colleagues in adult education and history, and a scrapbook of newspaper clippings with some handwritten correspondence, relating to the Tawney family in England and India. For the Workers' Educational Association there are galleys of articles, and related correspondence for 'The highwayman'. There is also material of a general nature, including reports, correspondence and conference proceedings, and articles related to the education of trade unionists.
Tawney, R. H. (Richard Henry), 1880-1962
The fonds consists of transcripts of interviews conducted with several leading lights of the Canadian socialist and Canadian Co-operative Federation movements. Included are interviews with Hazen Argue, William Irvine, David Lewis, Tommy Douglas, Grace McInness, Frank Underhill, and Tim Buck. The interviews were conducted in 1961 for a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio broadcast, titled “Socialism in Canada,” and was broadcast in July, 1961.
Co-operative Commonwealth Federation
The collection consists of photocopied correspondence, papers, agendas, minutes of the Organizing Committee of York University, and of the Provisional and regular Board of Governors of the same institution, 1958-1961.
Kidd, J.R. (James Robbins), 1915-1982
The fonds consists of records pertaining to Archibald Henry Woods' activities with the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation Council (CCF). The fonds includes minutes of meetings, 1945-1946; correspondence and papers, 1946; reports, 1946; newspaper clippings, 1936-1945.
Woods, Archibald Henry
The fonds consists typescripts of articles, with editorial corrections in red ink and pencil, galleys, artwork (maps, graphs, diagrams, etc.), correspondence, and related material for production and publication of the Cartographica journal. In addition, there are administrative records, including invoices, addresses of subscribers and editorial members, renewal notices and related material.
The fonds consists of a copy of transcripts of taped interviews conducted by John Reynolds for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in 1964. The interviews were never broadcast. The material from these interviews and the transcripts formed the basis for Buck's memoir, 'Yours in the struggle,'and covers the rise of the Communist Party of Canada, Buck's relations with Communists in the Soviet Union and other places, and the denunciation of Stalin in 1956 at the 20th International Congress.
Buck, Tim (Timothy), 1891-1973
The fonds consists of York University-related records of John Joseph Frederick Bruckmann including curriculum planning (minutes of the Curriculum Committee, reading lists, correspondence), the Council of the Faculty of Arts and Science (1962-1965), the Residential College Committee (minutes - 1962), the Committee on Research (1962) and the Senate (1961-1965). In addition, there is material of a general nature relating to early appointments at the University, staff directories and announcements of social events.
Bruckmann, John Joseph Frederick
Fonds consists of Douglas V. Verney's personal correspondence and papers as chair of the political science department at York University.
Vernay, Douglas V. (Douglas Vernon)
The collection contains a brief of the Sussex Area Residents' Association to the City of Toronto Planning Board, a brief history of the area, a notice of a public meeting to discuss the city proposals held in 1967, and manuscript notes for the brief and history.
Sussex Area Residents' Association
The fonds consists of papers, background material and newspaper clippings relating to the 'Centennial Conference' of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada held in Montmorency, Quebec in August, 1967. There are also newspaper clippings relating to the leadership convention of September 1967 when Robert Stanfield was elected leader of the national party.
Progressive Conservative Party of Canada. Centennial Convention (1967 : Toronto, Ont.)
Student Representative Council of York University
The fonds consists of correspondence of George James Rogers, financial records, audio reels, films, and related visual materials used in presentations by the Canadian Economic Foundation (CEF), the American Economic Foundation (AEF) and American Free Enterprise Productions. There is also material relating to Rogers' public relations work with Canadian General Electric.
Rogers, George J., 1905-
The fonds consists of Major Addison Alexander Mackenzie's records pertaining to his social and political activities.
The fonds is arranged in the following series:
Lists of voters
Mackenzie, Addison Alexander, 1885-1970.
The fonds consists of business receipts of Henry Gilchrist and family members, correspondence from Manitoba College, a genealogy of Henry McCuaig and Janet Calder (Gilchrist ancestors), photographs of Mrs. Henry Gilchrist and of Reverend James Archibald Hume Pue-Gilchrist, and related material.
Gilchrist, Henry (family)
The fonds consists of business and political correspondence, records relating to Robert Henry Winter's membership on the York University Board of Governors, and scrapbooks detailing his business and political careers.
Winters, Robert Henry
The fonds consists of research materials and student data produced in the early days of Glendon College by Professor Dee G. Appley. Includes test scores, checklists, questionnaires, coding sheets, index cards, grading reports and other statistics related to the first group of students enrolled at Glendon.
Appley, Dee. G.
Fonds consists of diaries, account books, crop records, photographs, publications and drafts written by Hunt, correspondence, contracts, receipts, government documents and publications, newspaper and magazine articles, maps, and ephemera. Hunt’s correspondence with various government officials and travel coordinators documents his enrollment in the Settlement Scheme, and the processes involved in migrating from England to Canada. Hunt’s participation in the scheme is further documented by his accumulation of government publications and legal documents, as well as the journals and receipts that pertained to his farming activities. Photographs and maps depict Hedgerows farm and its location. Newspaper and magazine clippings and other printed ephemera collected by Hunt, while in Saskatchewan and after his return to England, record his continued interest in the fates of his fellow settlers. Although Hunt published an essay recounting his experiences positively, his drafts speak of his ultimate discontent with the Settlement Scheme.
Hunt, Herbert William
The fonds consists of correspondence, minutes, newspapers and newspaper clippings, photographs, publications and reports, relating to Oliver Edwin Hodges' union activities in Canada, as well as to the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation.
Hodges, Oliver Edwin, 1915-1993
The fonds consists of Henry Leslie Rowntree's material related to the proposed expansion of Toronto International Airport (now Pearson International Airport) in 1968-1970. It consists of the official plan of Etobicoke, briefs to Parliament and to the Department of Transport from groups opposed to the expansion, Department of Transport press releases and policy studies on land use in areas adjacent to airports and related material.
Rowntree, Henry Leslie, 1914-
The fonds consists of the records of the Office of the Master, 1963-1975 and the Founders College Student Council, 1965-1987.
The fonds consists of research materials of Robert Presthus, including completed questionnaires, research notes, index cards with names and addresses of interviewees, computer print-out sheets and related material for the study that resulted in his publication, 'Elites in the policy process,' (1974). Interviews were conducted with politicians, civil servants and members of interest groups in Canadian provincial legislatures, American state legislatures and Congress, public servants in Ottawa and Canadian provinces, Washington and American states, and with interest groups in both countries.
Presthus, Robert Vance, 1917-
Fonds consists of records created and maintained by Alexander Israel Wittenberg, pertaining to his career as a mathematician, university professor and researcher of mathematical education, mathematical philosophy and general educational policies. The fonds includes Wittenberg’s correspondence with leading scientists, mathematicians and education specialists from across Europe and North America, reflecting his involvement with research pertaining to these issues, as well as to various other initiatives, debates and policy discussions. Other series in the fonds contain records relating to the academic courses that Wittenberg developed and taught and his involvement with the governance of York University during his tenure as a faculty member and which attest to his vision regarding the University’s future pedagogical direction; records from his time as a student in Zurich; most of his scholarly output and public engagements since the late 1940s and until his death in 1965; and some sound recordings containing radio broadcasts made by Wittenberg. The fonds also contains several personal records of both Wittenberg and his close family members, as well as photographs and newspaper clippings.
Upon his death, Wittenberg left behind him several unfinished projects. Amongst these are two manuscripts, the first, titled “Education: the unfulfilled promise,” is based on a series of lectures that he broadcasted on CBC radio during March and April 1965. The second manuscript, “Number – a case study in knowledge,” is based on an interdisciplinary mathematical-philosophical course that Wittenberg delivered to first- and second-year students at York University. Also included in the collection are initial notes and drafts relating to two other projects that Wittenberg was planning: a biography of Albert Einstein whom he perceived as a symbol for the ability to successfully combine scientific excellence with strong and unbending moral values, and a university-level textbook on vector algebra.
Wittenberg, Alexander Israël
The fonds consists of a typescript of an autobiography by Frank Morriss composed in 1971. In addition, there are notes for an article on the "Winnipeg Free Press", newspaper clippings of articles by Morriss in the "Free Press", and copies of magazines with articles by Morriss.
Morriss, Frank, 1906-
The fonds consists of records of the Project Ossington and includes correspondence and papers, 1968-1971; financial records, 1968-1971; reports, 1968-1971; case histories, 1969-1971; journals, 1968-1971; Board of Directors files, 1968-1971; grant applications, 1970-1971; building plans, 1968-1969; legal documents and by-laws, 1968-1971; rules and regulations, 1968-1971; statistics, 1969-1971; publicity, 1968-1971; printed material, 1969-1971; Project 1969, Project 1970, and Project 1971 files.
The fonds consists of correspondence, readers' reviews, printed articles and submissions, all pertaining to 'Co-ordination chemistry reviews,' of which Alfred Beverly Philip Lever was editor, 1965-1971. The files are arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent/author/critic.
Lever, A. B. P. (Alfred Beverley Philip)
The fonds consists of records pertaining to the activities of the Harbinger Community Services and includes minutes of the York Student Clinic, correspondence, counselling records, financial papers, and statistics.
York Student Clinic
The fonds consists James Gillies' records pertaining to his activities as educator, author and politician. It contains personal records.
Gillies, James M.
The fonds consists of a steel plate of James Paton Isaac, which was used for the front plate of 'Factors in the ruin of antiquity,' (1971).
Isaac, James Paton, 1895-1964
The fonds documents the journalistic activities of the "Toronto Telegram" and its predecessor, the "Evening telegram". The fonds includes photographs, scrapbooks and clippings.
This finding aid is a work-in-progress and will be updated as additional series are listed and indexed.
Fonds consists of personal files containing correspondence, articles, photographs, certificates, etc. relating to Ernest Bartletts family and career with the Toronto Telegram.
Bartlett, E. H. (Ernest Henry), 1903-
The fonds consists of correspondence of John R. Seeley, materials related to several York University committees (On Undergraduate Studies, President's Advisory, Campus Planning, Curriculum, Social Science Curriculum, Senior Staff Recruitment), departments (Sociology, Atkinson College, Psychology) and bodies (Senate, Faculty Council, Senior Common Room), as well as material on individual faculty members. There is also material relating to the Ford Foundation, which provided funding to the university in its infancy, correspondence and reports for President Murray Ross, as well as documentation of the dispute of 1962-1963 at York University.
Seeley, J. R. (John Ronald), 1913-2007
The fonds consists of Harry Knowles Girling's records pertaining to his activities at York University. It includes reports, minutes and related material from several University committees including the Interim Curriculum Committee, 1961, and the Senate Curriculum Committee, 1962, the Council of the Faculty of Arts and Science, and the English Department. In addition there is a copy proof of 'Five heroic plays,' (1960).
Girling, Harry Knowles
Fonds consists of a typewritten memoir of Douglas George How's two years as assistant to Robert Henry Winters, Canadian Minister of Public Works, 1955-1957.
How, Douglas, 1919-
The fonds consists of correspondence to Paul Sullivan from family members, including 22 letters from cousin Vernon Sullivan written between 1911-1915 and describing the daily life, concerns, and opinions of a young man first as a farm worker, and then teacher, on the prairies immediately prior to enlisting to fight in World War I at the age of 16. There are also ca. 40 letters from brother Edgar Sullivan written between 1914-1943 describing the life of a homesteader who has moved to Saskatchewan to homestead and operate a business during difficult economic times. The fonds also includes diaries (1915-1971), municipal tax notices (1886-1961), personal correspondence, family wills, deeds and mortgages (from 1848), some business papers, 4 newspapers, a child's book, ca. 15 photographs and 3 business ledgers (1934-1950). The letters are arranged chronologically.
Sullivan, Paul, 1895-1971
The fonds documents Edgar Tilden Albert's activities as a member of the Organizing Committee of York University and his travel to the Soviet Union for the period 1955-1971.
Albert, Edgar Tilden
The fonds consists of correspondence, minutes, reports and related material of Donald Solitar for committees of the York University Senate, the Faculty Council of the Faculty of Arts and Science, and the Faculty of Arts.
The fonds consists of a collection of student essays on the question: 'Why did you come to university?', which was submitted to Professor Roger Kuin's second year class in English literature in 1972.
The fonds documents Edward Arthur Beder’s activities as political activist and author and includes manuscripts, 1921-1972; correspondence, 1923-1972; membership lists; files of the Socialist Party of Canada; files of the League for Social Reconstruction, ca. 1933; files of the Canadian League Against War and Fascism, 1934-1937; project outlines files, 1935-1936; lecture notes and abstracts, 1934-1965; notes, 1935-1946; printed material, 1930-1972; and news clippings, 1921-1972.
Beder, E. A. (Edward Arthur), 1895-1978
The fonds consists of Tim Reid's records pertaining to his scholarly and political careers and includes his correspondence, 1944-1967; research files, 1959-1972; his York University files, 1959-1972; and his political files, 1964-1971.
Reid, T. E. H. (Timothy E. H.), 1936-
The fonds consists of material of Dennis Charles Hefferon relating to the Law Society of Upper Canada's Special Committee on Legal Education, which includes briefs from teachers, students and practitioners, background research materials, minutes of meetings, correspondence, and a draft copy of the final report, 1970-1972. There is also material from the Osgoode Law School Faculty Council, including agendas (1959-1966) and minutes (1964-1971), memoranda, the Dean's Annual Report (1962-1966) and reports of committees. The fonds includes records of; the Academic Policy Committee, including curriculum evaluations; the Admissions Committee; the Constitutional Committee; the Committee on Faculty Administration; the Special Committee on Future Enrolment; and the Special Committee on Organization and Function of the Faculty Council.
There are also papers relating to the affiliation of Osgoode with York University, including reports on the affiliation, building plans, committee reports, statements on programme, enrolment and facility requirements of the Law School, and related material.
The fonds consists of memoranda from the Committee for an Independent Canada to members, and a series of policy papers on corporate accountability, natural resources and the visual arts in Canada.
Committee for an Independent Canada
The fonds consists of Frederick F. Schindeler's records as a graduate student, an educator and during his term as Alderman in North York. The material includes minutes, agendas, correspondence, briefs, background material and related items from Borough Council and its committees (Art gallery, Negotiating, Traffic, Works, Conflicts of Interest, Development, Environmental Control, Adjustment), and from the Board of Control and the Library Board. There is material from several of the municipal departments (Building, Clerk's Office, Parks & Recreation, Personnel, Public Health, Public Works, Police), and material from government agencies, federal and provincial, active in the Borough (Department of Consumer and Corporate Affairs-federal, Consumer Affairs and Workmen's Compensation Board-provincial). There is material dealing with housing, including by-laws and zoning regulations for North York and provincial legislation dealing with housing; material dealing with transportation policy and planning, including rapid transit, the proposed Spadina Expressway, transportation studies, and related subjects. There is correspondence with constituents and civil servants dealing with local problems, and correspondence from ratepayers and other local organizations. For his book, 'Responsible government in Ontario,' there are files relating to the methodology employed in the book, illustrations, notes, source materials and bibliography, and general publication files. Also included are personal graduate papers, research notes, correspondence, professorial notes and memorandums.
The material in Accession 1972-006 dealing with the North York Council is arranged alphabetically by subject heading (associations, committees, government agencies, transportation). The constituents' correspondence is arranged alphabetically by name while that from associations and organizations is organized separately and then arranged alphabetically.
Schindeler, Frederick Fernand
The fonds consists of the records of the Office of the Director of the York Centre for Continuing Education, 1965-1972.
York University (Toronto, Ont.). Centre for Continuing Education
The fonds consists of McInnis' publication files, including scholarly articles and correspondence, drafts, research notes, photographs, and other material for "The Long Cold Peace: Treaty Making after World War II", "The East", "Canada: A Political and Social History", "North American Nations", and other works. Fonds also includes professorial files documenting his teaching at the University of Toronto and York University; Canadian Institute of International Affairs files; research files; and other material reflecting his varied interests in history, current events and world politics.
McInnis, Edgar, 1899-1973
The fonds mainly documents John Montgomery Barber's activities as member of the National Council of Welfare.
Barber, John M.
Fonds consists of Endicott's Waffle records and includes such items as correspondence pertaining to, and seeking support for, the position paper "For and Independent Socialist Canada," a chronological survey of documents dealing with the Waffle and public reaction as created by the Canadian Labour Congress, documents leading to the Waffle Manifesto, financial documents, supporting material, news clippings, resolutions, and so on.
The fonds consists of notebooks, galley proofs and typescripts for several of Sacheverell Sitwell's works.
The fonds documents the activities of the York University chapter of Pollution Probe for the period 1969-1973. It includes correspondence with members and the central organization, some financial records, reports, subject files, newsletters from other Pollution Probe chapters, newspaper clippings, photographs and posters.
York University Pollution Probe
The fonds consists of newspaper clippings of Charles Bothwell Pyper's articles in the Telegram together with telegraphic messages that served as 'hard copy' for his articles from foreign posts; correspondence, and notes; and newspaper clippings from several other newspapers. It includes a typescript of 'Chamberlain and his critics,' as well as earlier drafts, typescripts, some with corrections, of a book on Winston Churchill, and drafts of unpublished dramatic productions by Pyper. The vast majority of the fonds consists of newspaper clippings, notes and related material concerning Pyper's journalism, arranged alphabetically by subject. Some of the subjects included in the fonds are: Clement Attlee, Lord Beaverbrook, the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation, Winston Churchill, Joseph E. Davies, Anthony Eden, the League of Nations, Palestine in the post-war years, the Spanish Civil War, the Suez Crisis, the United Nations, and World War II.
Pyper, Charles Bothwell
Fonds consists of a collection containing manuscripts, typescripts and printed copies of poems by Margaret Avison; correspondence between Margaret Avison and Margaret Clarkson; and periodicals containing works of or about Margaret Avison.
CHRY 105.5 FM
The fonds consists of eight audio reels which contain the papers read and proceedings of the seventh annual seminar of the Canadian Association for Irish Studies held at York University in March, 1974. Included on the tapes are a poetry panel of Seamus Heaney and Michael Longley, proceedings of the Yeats Evening, a concert of traditional Irish music, and related material.
Canadian Association for Irish Studies
The fonds consists of Germain Bazin's correspondence with publishers (Abrams, J.P. Taillandier, 'Les nouvelles litteraires', Thames & Hudson), museums and art agencies and exhibitions (International Council of Museums, Theodore Gericault Exposition, Lengyel Project), and administrative matters relating to York University. There is also some personal correspondence, 1971-1974.
Bazin, Germain, 1901-1990
Fonds consists of records pertaining to the Waffle movement and includes clippings, campaign material, policy papers and research materials, minutes of the provincial executive and provincial council, some correspondence, Waffle newsletters and bulletins, educational material and bibliographies.
The fonds consists of interviews, selected newspaper clippings pertaining to the Fine Arts Building and its architect, reports, and surveys documenting a controversial study by Dr. Wekerle and her students on their move into the new Fine Arts Building at York University in 1973-1974.
Wekerle, Gerda R.
The fonds consists of research materials of Joseph Starobin on American radicalism and European socialism and includes several newspapers from France, Italy and North America, as well as off-prints, typescripts and photocopies of articles by colleagues and writers on the left (Harrington, Marcuse, Earl Bowder). It also includes some holograph notes of lectures attended by Starobin in 1963 in New York (classes in his graduate studies at Columbia?), and correspondence and photocopies of chapters of a thesis from a doctoral committee at York University on which he sat (1975).
Starobin, Joseph Robert
The fonds consists of a taped interview conducted by Mr. John Hardy (of the York University Archives) with John Conway together with transcriptions of the interview and some subsequent correspondence between the two (1975). In addition, there are copies of correspondence between Conway and the editor of the Globe and Mail concerning an article in the paper and a copy of a 'Report to the Board of Governors on the college system at York University,' (May 1970) by Conway. For the Ontario Advisory Committee on Confederation there are verbatim minutes of meetings (1965-1970), as well as background reading and reports, memoranda and resolutions prepared by and for the committee. The prepared papers discuss economic, cultural, and constitutional issues. The background material consists of published proceedings of federal-provincial conferences (Confederation for Tomorrow), material submitted to royal commissions (Bilingualism and Biculturalism), newspaper articles, articles published in academic journals, government reports and related material.
The fonds consists of correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, minutes and related material for the Avenue-Bay-Cottingham Ratepayers' Association and the Marlborough Avenue Ratepayers' Association. This includes correspondence between Jack Granatstein and Marathon Realty, correspondence with City of Toronto officials, reports of various City departments, minutes of meetings of the Ratepayers' Associations and of advocacy bodies in the city, and reports of Task Forces established by the City and Metropolitan Toronto.
Avenue-Bay-Cottingham Ratepayers' Association.
Fonds consists of Kathryn Koenig's records pertaining to her involvement in the first Advising Centre in the Faculty of Arts, York University, and includes memos, drafts, and discussions about an advising centre; promotional material; anniversary books by York University.
Koenig, Kathryn Krik
The fonds consists of records pertaining to the activities of the Green Bush Inn and includes minutes of the Board of Directors and annual meetings, financial statements, correspondence and memoranda of agreement with colleges and pubs, legal documents (including charter, Liquor License Act of Ontario regulations and related material), personnel files and architectural plans relating to the historic Green Bush Inn.
Green Bush Inn Incorporated (Toronto, Ont.)
The fonds consists of a set of index cards listing information on services, faculties, departments, and activities in the University.
The fonds consists of a taped interview of Denis Smith by Paul Axelrod, a graduate student at York University, concerning the early history of the university, and the dispute between the then-president, Murray Ross and the faculty in 1963. It also includes a transcript of the interview.
The collection consists of photocopies of newspaper clippings, one audio tape cassette which contains an interview with Jules Heller, first dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts at York, and three copies of the transcript of the tape.