Fonds consists of records created and/or accumulated by John Jose pertaining to his relationship with writer Yvonne Vera.
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Fonds consists of records created and/or accumulated by John Jose pertaining to his relationship with writer Yvonne Vera.
Fonds consists of records documenting Beverley Salmon's work as an activist and as a North York and Metro Toronto Councillor. Records primarily pertain to subjects including race relations, the Toronto Transit Commission, the building of a subway to York University, and her involvement with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. Records include correspondence, agenda packages, reports, notes, news clippings, and conference material.
Salmon, Beverley Noel
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Michael Davey's work as an artist and professor at York University. Included are course descriptions; exhibition catalogues and invitations; donation agreements; portfolios of drawings, photographs, and paintings; and sculptures of 9 hockey blades and a granite puck sandblasted with the image of Maurice Richard's and Gordie Howe's eye and elbow.
Fonds consists of research material created and collected by Wenona Giles as part of her anthropological studies of Portuguese migrant women in London, United Kingdom, and Toronto, Canada. Fonds includes, field notes, interview transcripts, questionnaires, reports and other collected research material.
Fonds consists of records pertaining to the work and activities of Michael A. Gilbert. These records document Gilbert’s work as a professor of philosophy and administrator at York University, as a writer and lecturer in the areas of argumentation theory and transgender theory, and as a writer of literary fiction. Records in this fonds include correspondence and day planners, academic papers and articles, draft manuscripts and screenplays, notes, course materials and lecture notes, photographs, and conference materials.
Gilbert, Michael A.
Fonds consists of records documenting Barbara Rahder’s graduate studies at the University of Toronto’s Department of Urban and Regional Planning, her work as a professor and member of the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University, her planning consultancy projects in the 1980s and 1990s, her scholarly writing and participation in conferences and workshops, and her involvement with the activities and conferences of Planners Network and the International Network for Urban Research and Action. Records in this fonds include papers, reports, proposals, notes, notebooks, photographs and photographic slides, research materials, conference materials, technical drawings, correspondence, e-mail, lecture notes, and course materials.
Rahder, Barbara, 1950-
Accession consists of newspaper clippings, periodicals and travel documents and ephemera related to Perkins' travel, research and study of political, agricultural and environmental issues in Mozambique.
Perkins, Patricia Elaine, 1955-
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
Fonds consists of records created by Marc Stein in the course of his activities as a teacher and administrator, including a draft history of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer activities at York University from the 1960s to 1979, articles clipped from the student newspaper, Excalibur, concerning police harassment, women’s liberation and homophiles, student and media attitudes toward gays, and campus housing, and newsletters of the York University Homophile Association, 1970-1971, that were given to Stein when he was appointed Sexuality Studies Coordinator; records of the Sexuality Studies Committee pertaining to support for the program proposal, governance of the program, status of courses, proposal for certificate and minor programs, course enrolment, course instruction and designations, special events such as lectures and film nights, development of a course rubric, supplemental calendars for 2006-2010, minutes of Council meetings, a bibliography of faculty publications and productions, printed email correspondence, course proposal forms, award proposal forms for student academic performance, student lists, statements of revenue and expenses, the proposal to develop an option to major in Sexuality Studies; and course syllabi.
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.
Collection consists of conference material, documentary film footage, and textual material related to the scholarship, legacy and cultural impact of Barbara Godard, donated to the archives by former students, colleagues, family members and friends.
Karpinski, Eva C.
Fonds consists of: an early sketchbook; an exhibit book from the Agnes Etherington Art Centre entitled Notes on dark ground; a magazine with an article about Ingeborg; an invitation to Ingeborg’s 1986 studio show on Howe Island; a collection of magazine articles and clippings of upcoming gallery exhibits, architecture, and art; newspaper clippings on movies, art and entertainment; correspondence from friends, family and colleagues including artist Nina Whiting, writer Daniel Manfredi, painter Peter Bieselt, Thomas Ring-Stiftung, Joan Mackenzie, and gallery owners; a letter from Timothy Findley; artist profiles of Ingeborg Mohr; her curriculum vitae; articles, stories and poems written by friends; and a collection of articles on art, architecture and philosophy.
Mohr, Ingeborg, 1921-2004
Fonds consists of textual records created or accumulated by Robert Fothergill, including manuscripts, drafts and promotional material relating to his work as a theatre professor and playwright.
Fothergill, Robert A.
Fonds consists of correspondence, photographs, diaries, a scrapbook, college yearbooks and transcriptions of oral interviews created and accumulated by members of the Lennox family including husband and wife Fannie Jane Evangeline Watt and William James Wilfred Lennox, and their children William, John Watt Lennox and Elizabeth Lennox Locke.
The majority of archival material relates to John Watt Lennox (1920-1943), who was killed in action in WWII. Correspondence is accompanied by detailed inventory and contextual information compiled by Elizabeth Lennox Locke and her nephew Dr. John Lennox.
Fonds consists of records acquired by Selma Odom over the course of her career as a dance scholar and educator. Includes dance, theatre, music and other performing arts programs, brochures, flyers, magazines, and newsletters collected by Odom between 1972 and 2008.
Odom, Selma Landen
Fonds consists of videotaped performances of a wide variety of folk musicians at the Mariposa Folk Festival and other venues for broadcast on Rogers' "Highway 10" cable television show, as well as some videocassettes provided by the Mariposa Folk Festival for promotional purposes
The fonds consists primarily of colour slides and black and white negatives that chronicle Lawson's activities over 25 years as a CBC production designer, particularly with colleague and friend, producer Norman Campbell, and their collaborations for CBC artistic television productions such as The Gondoliers (1962), Romeo and Juliet with Celia Franca (1965), Hansel and Gretel with Maureen Forrester (1970), Giselle (1975), Cinderella with Veronica Tennant, Jeremy Blanton and Lois Smith (1968), Swan Lake with Erik Bruhn and Lois Smith (1961 and 1967), the Nutcracker with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet (1974), la Rondine with Teresa Stratas (1971), The Wonder of It All (1972), and the Karen Kain Super Special (1978). Other programs documented include More Joy in Heaven (1964), Hatch's Mill, The Masseys, Stephen Leacock, Wayne and Shuster television specials, A Case for the Court, Troubled Heart, Wojeck, and The Road among other programmes. There are also previously unseen photographs of pianist Glenn Gould with violinist Yehudi Menuhin in 1965, and in conversation with Bruno Monsaingeon in 1980. The photographs include many candid shots of iconic Canadian stage and television personalities including Gordon Pinsent, Celia Franca, Karen Kain, Veronica Tennant, Nadia Potts, Erik Bruhn, Norman Campbell, Wayne and Shuster, Christopher Plummer, Maureen Forrester, Margot Kidder, Robert Farnon, and others. Records also include some storyboards, drawings, slides and notes related to the Chroma-Key technique developed by Lawson and Campbell, program reviews, clippings, complimentary and congratulatory letters to and from Lawson, and about Lawson's work.
Lawson, Robert A.
Collection consists of small groups of documents and items acquired from a variety of sources that have enduring research value.
York University Archives and Special Collections
Fonds consists of material that documents Kulyk Keefer's career as a writer and academic. These records include personal and professional correspondence with fellow writers, files related to her work with the Eden Mills Writers' Festival and House of Anansi, drafts of poems and short stories, and draft manuscripts of her published works of fiction and non-fiction. Also included are research and subject files and promotional materials pertaining to her writing projects, copies of published writing by and about Kulyk Keefer, personal notebooks, speeches and photographs.
The fonds consists of meeting minutes, quarterly and annual reports, financial records, fundraising files, correspondence files (including with social activists in Canada and in other countries), documentation of advocacy work (including with trade unions, churches and religious groups, and other non-government organizations (NGOs)), oral histories and interviews, newsletters, slide presentations, press releases, brochures, research material such as news clippings and reports (including research on Canadian corporations), publications and reference library materials related to the activities of the Latin American Working Group.
Latin American Working Group
The fonds mainly consists of research files, photocopies and microfilm reels of archival documents from American and European archives related to Michael Hans Kater's work on Nazi Germany including publications such as his dissertation SS-Ahnenerbe, and books Doctors Under Hitler and Different Drummers: Jazz in the Culture of Nazi Germany; professorial files (such as lecture notes and course evaluations).
The collection consists of correspondence, photographs, genealogical charts, family histories, newspaper clippings, publications and related material detailing the history of the site on which the Keele Street campus of York University now stands; correspondence and newspaper clippings relating to the search for the grave site of Peter Erlin Kaiser and a photocopy of his Last Will and Testament; a genealogy and a history of the Kaiser family of Ontario (1933); copies of articles on the Palatine settlements in York County and Upper Canada; a publication, 'An account of the Boynton family and the family seat of Burton Agnes,' (1914); material on the Smith family (Hoover relations), correspondence seeking information from descendants of the Hoover family with responses, Hoover genealogies and material on the Troyer family genealogy (Hoover descendants); biographical material on York pioneers, correspondence, archaeological reports, copies of campus and survey maps and of architectural renderings of the Hart, Hoover, and Stong buildings on the University campus; obituary notices for the last surviving member of the Stong family who lived on the property, a copy of a genealogy of the family and a photocopy of a history of the church that was located on the property (by T.E. Kaiser);a newspaper article concerning Hart House, a building on the York campus which was relocated there in the 1930s from King Township, material related to the 40th anniversary celebrations of York University in 1999 and the York University Faculty Association strike of 1997, as well as other material details of which are available in the finding aid. Accession 2009-019 includes an album of presentation photographs taken by Panda Associates showing Founders College, Steacie Science Library, the Farquharson Life Sciences Building, Burton Auditorium and the Central Utilities Building likely during the 1960s, as well as photographs and textual material regarding the dedication of the Scott Library on 30 October 1971.
York University Archives and Special Collections
The collection covers both performing arts and the cinema and is arranged in several series: 1. Dance companies; 2. Theatre and drama companies; 3. Cinema and film societies; 4. Musical performances; 5. Souvenir programs; 6. Film programs.
York University Archives and Special Collections
Collection consists of playbills and theatre programs arranged int he following series: 1. Dance companies (including ballet); 2. Theatre and drama companies; 4. Musical performances (excluding concerts); 5. Souvenir programs; 6. Film programs; 7. Concerts.
The fonds partially documents Fernand Ouellet's research and writing activities for the period 1956-1984. It mainly includes correspondence, notes, manuscripts and archival material collected in the course of his research.
Fonds consists of research files, committee files (including minutes, memoranda, etc.), correspondence, professorial files (including notes, lectures, departmental business), financial records, publication files, printed materials, and other materials. Includes records related to the following publications: "The Politics of Survival: The Conservative Party of Canada" (1967), "Canada's War: The Politics of the MacKenzie King Government, 1939-1945" (1975, 1990), "A Reader's Guide to Canadian History 2: Confederation to the Present" (1982), "Bloody Victory: Canadians and the D-Day Campaign, 1944" (1984, 1994), "The Great Brain Robbery: Canada's Universities on the Road to Ruin" (1984), "Sacred Trust: Brian Mulroney and the Conservative Party in Power" (1985), "The Collins Dictionary of Canadian History" (1986), "How Britain's Weakness Forced Canada into the Arms of the United States" (1989), "A Nation Forged in Fire: Canadians and the Second World War" (1989), "Pirouette: Pierre Trudeau and Canadian Foreign Policy" (1990), "Mutual Hostages: Canadians and Japanese in World War II" (1990), "Spy Wars: Canada and Espionage form Gouzenko to Glasnost" (1990), "For Better or For Worse: Canada and the United States to the 1990s" (1991), "Dictionary of Canadian Military History" (1992), "The Generals: The Canadian Army's Senior Commanders in the Second World War" (1993, 1995), "Empire to Umpire: Canadian Foreign Policy to the 1990s" (1994), "Victory 1945: Canadians from War to Peace" (1995), "The Good Fight: Canadians and World War II" (1995), "Yankee Go Home? Canadians and Anti-Americanism" (1996, 1997), "Petrified Campus: Canada's Universities in Crisis" (1997), "The Canadian 100: the Hundred Most Influential Canadians of the Twentieth Century" (1997, 1998), "Trudeau's Shadow: The Life and Legacy of Pierre Trudeau" (1998, 1999), "Who Killed Canadian History?" (1998, 1999), "Prime Ministers: Rating the Prime Ministers" (1999, 2000), "Our Century" (2000), "Canada's Army: Waging War and Keeping the Peace" (2002), Hell's Corner: An Illustrated History of Canada's Great War (2004), The Last Good War: An Illustrated History of Canada in the Second World War, 1939-1945 (2005), Lessons Learned? What Canada Should Learn from Afghanistan (2011), The Best Little Army in the World: The Canadians in Northwest Europe, 1944-45 (2015, 2016), The Weight of Command: Views of Canada's Second World War Generals and Those Who Knew Them (2016), Trudeau's World: The Insiders on Foreign Policy, Trade, and Defence, 1968-84 (2017), the New Canadian Readings series, the CIIA Contemporary Affairs series, as well as numerous scholarly papers, newspaper articles, and editorials. Fonds also includes a collection of reproductions of photographs from other Canadian archival institutions, documenting Canada's role in the World Wars and other significant events in Canadian history.
Also includes records connected to Granatstein's activities with the Marlborough Avenue (Toronto) Ratepayers Association, the Social Science Federation of Canada, the Canadian Historical Association, the Senate Sub-committee on Veteran's Affairs (regarding the CBC's "The Valour and the Horror"), the Historica Foundation, the Dominion Institute, the Vimy Ridge Memorial Foundation, the Never Forgotten National Memorial Foundation, the Conference of Defence Associations Institute, the Council for Canadian Security in the 21st Century, the Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute, the Canadian Institute of International Affairs, the Canadian War Museum, the Royal Society of Canada, the Order of Canada, the Special Committee on the Restructuring of the Reserves, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's mini-series, Canada: A People's History; and oral history projects exploring the Conservative Party and the Liberal Party.
Granatstein, J. L.
The fonds consists of some typescript, corrected reports and research papers by Edith Ferguson (1948-1977), as well as published copies of some of them. There are also several volumes dealing with immigrant, integration and multiculturalism issues, novels, and reports from research institutes, government organizations, charitable bodies, and others involved in the immigration and integration fields (1929-1983). There are also some newspaper clippings relating to immigration and multiculturalism in Canada.
Ferguson, Edith, 1903-
The fonds documents the breadth of Cook's career as a student, academic and historian, and thinker. Records include curriculum vitae; personal and professional correspondence with his peers, colleagues and students (including noted fellow historians such as Michael Bliss, Donald Creighton, James Eayers, W.L. Morton, and Frank Underhill); lecture notes (both as student and professor); research files, clipping files, conference papers; book reviews; manuscripts and typescripts of his various monographs; printed material; copies of articles and essays by others arranged alphabetically by author; subject files; financial records, photographic material; index cards for his thesis; biographical material about, correspondence with, and speeches by Trudeau, as well as copies of Liberal Party material and material by Cook; appraisals and reviews of books, people and student work, as well as an appraisal of a Department of History in a Canadian university; and diaries, as well as other material.
Cook, Ramsay, 1931-2016
The fonds consists of photocopies of a series of letters from Charles Arkoll Boulton to his wife Augusta, during the period of the Northwest Rebellion, 1884-1885.
Fonds consists of Ellen Baar's course readings, research materials, drafts of published works, committee minutes and supporting documents, notes, and correspondence relating to her work on government regulation, compliance and environmental issues.
The collection consists of programmes, correspondence, articles and press clippings relating to the life and career of Isadora Duncan. Also included are research notes and interview transcripts used by Lillian Loewenthal in support of her book, The Search for Isadora Duncan (1993).
Duncan, Isadora, 1877-1927
Fonds consists of a transcript of an interview conducted by Mary Reid with the artist Graham Coughtry which is prefaced by an introductory essay and a chronology of Coughtry's life. This "artist profile" was prepared for Professor Joyce Zemans as part of one of her art history courses.
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Forer’s work as a scientist and as a professor in the Department of Biology at York University, including course materials, lecture notes, grant applications, correspondence, photographs and drawings. Also included in the fonds are video recordings of Forer lecturing on cell division for five episodes of CTV’s “University of the Air: textbook to real life” program, recorded in 1974 and aired on television in 1978.
Fonds consists of administrative files relating to the activities of DanceSpace and includes correspondence, posters, photographs, and various published materials relating to dance.
O'Heany, Kennatha Rose
The fonds consists of audio recordings in various formats of performances held at The Music Gallery including performances by artists such as James Tenney, Lubomyr Melnyk, Nihilist Spasm Band, Morton Feldman, bp nichol and Casey Sokol, Roy Kiyooka, Gil Evans, Rob Frayne, Nexus, CEE, Ken Vandermark, Michael Brook, Derek Bailey and Ron Sexsmith as well as audio recordings of the CCMC's performances at The Music Gallery and the master recordings for numerous Music Gallery Editions recordings. It also contains office files consisting of financial statements, season reports, contract with performer, sales reports, grant applications, correspondence with outside organizations, programming proposals, publicity material including press releases, programs, media contact lists, clippings, photographs and other material related to the activities and the performances at The Music Gallery.
Fonds consists of professorial records and includes his research files and personal files.
Fonds consists of the correspondence of Esther Fleischmann regarding the opening of York University, the installation of Murray Ross as President, and the Alumni Association.
The University photographic collection consists of photographs of individuals, university officials, faculty, students, sports teams, personalities, and campus buildings, including Glendon Hall.
York University Archives and Special Collections
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 the records of the Director's Office, 1982-1983.
York University (Toronto, Ont.). Dept. of Facilities Planning and Management
Fonds consists of the records of the Director's Office (1959-1967), including correspondence, development planning materials, plans, and reports concerning the early planning and development of the university.
York University (Toronto, Ont.). Dept. of Campus Planning
The fonds consists of minutes of Association meetings (1970-1977), the constitution, correspondence, material relative to a document on the status librarians submitted to the Senate Library Committee, material relative to the Presidential Committee on the Status of Professional Librarians, labour-related material including appointments, negotiations, samples of collective agreements and of librarians' status at other universities and material relating to salaries and benefits.
Professional Librarians' Association of York University (PLAYU)
The fonds consists of the records of the Atkinson College Council, 1961-1991; the Assistant Dean, 1966-1972; the Associate Dean, 1968-1969; the Counseling Centre, 1967-1973; the Director, Division of Humanities, 1969-1972; and the Atkinson College Students' Association, 1963-1983.
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
Collection consists of records accumulated by the Coptic Canadian History Project (CCHP) pertaining to the history and activities of Coptic immigrants in Canada.
Fonds consists of records documenting Doob’s activities as a professor at York University and scholar of medieval studies, dance, and medicine. A small amount of personal memorabilia and ephemera of her early life related to her education are included.
Penelope Reed Doob
Collection contains digital and analogue home movies submitted to and digitized by Home Made Visible, a nation-wide project by the Regent Park Film Festival. The project collected movies from visible minority families and Indigenous peoples in Canada. Footage consists of everyday life including children playing and family trips, and celebrations including birthdays and holidays.
Regent Park Film Festival
Fonds consists of records documenting Richard Jarrell's work as an academic and historian of science, his teaching and service activities as a professor at York University, and his interest in environmental conservancy. Records include correspondence and memoranda, research materials and notes, draft articles and manuscripts, copies of published writing, photographs, university notebooks and essays, York University course materials, and textbooks written by Jarrell.
Jarrell, Richard A., 1946-2013
Fonds consists of records created or accumulated by Rishma Dunlop pertaining to her personal life, her work as a university professor, and her literary career. It includes juvenilia, early academic works, and drafts of published and unpublished works (poems, essays, speeches, a novel, and an unpublished memoir). The fonds also includes the edited drafts of submissions and correspondence related to Dunlop’s five published collections of poetry; notes, research and drafts relating to other poems, published and unpublished; personal and professional correspondence; a personal journal; files regarding literary and teaching activities, including grant applications; drafts pertaining to her work as an editor; photographs; and literary ephemera such as posters, programmes, and flyers. The fonds also includes teaching evaluations filled out by Dunlop’s students at York University, as well as some written work and details of final project submissions by graduate students whose work was supervised by Dunlop.
Dunlop, Rishma, 1956-
The fonds consists of records pertaining to Barbara Sternberg's activities as an artist, teacher, writer, and activist. In addition to subject files containing materials related to her films, the fonds includes posters, reviews, catalogues, programmes, research and drafts of unrealized projects, course, project, and grant proposals, as well as publications by and about Sternberg. It also includes conference and workshop materials, pedagogical documents, drafts of Sternberg's Cinema Canada column, materials related to screenings, exhibitions, and festivals, as well as correspondence with friends and colleagues, including contemporary Canadian experimental artist Michael Fernandes and former Canadian Parliamentary Poet Laureate George Elliott Clarke. Records of a personal nature are predominantly limited to correspondence.
Collection primarily consists of Witmer's audio-visual field recordings of interviews and musical performances, in addition to students' ethnomusicology research field recordings. His research files as an ethnomusicologist are also included and consist of lists, indexes, musical scores, notes, interview transcripts, programs, essays, newspaper clippings, song books, correspondence, and newsletters.
Fonds consists of drafts, manuscripts, notes, research material, edits, and character sketches created by Alissa York as part of her process creating her short story collection, Any Given Power (1999), and her novels: Mercy (2003), Effigy (2007), Fauna (2010), and The Naturalist (2016).
Fonds consists of: personal notebooks, dayplanners, film press kits, reports, agreements, meeting minutes, contracts, correspondence, media clippings, business trip itineraries, audio-visual material, and teaching material, which document James Weyman's career as a producer and manager at the Ontario Media Development Corporation (OMDC), formerly the Ontario Film Development Corporation (OFDC) and as an instructor at Ryerson University's School of Radio and Television Arts.
Fonds consists of two leather-bound albums likely presented to Stephens after his resignation as president of the Saar Governing Commission.
Stephens, George Washington
Fonds consists of records created by Carl James in the course of his activities as a sociologist and a university professor, including research data, publications, teaching material, and administrative records for the York Centre for Education and Community.
James, Carl E.
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.
Accession consists of material documenting the career of Archie Alleyne as a musician, philanthropist, and influential figure in the Toronto jazz music scene. Material includes collected material on other Toronto-based jazz musicians; posters, photographs, and other memorabilia from performances and events; correspondence; material related to the Archie Alleyne Scholarship Fund; notebooks; and drafts and research material for his memoir, Colour Me Jazz: The Archie Alleyne Story (2015). Audio-visual material includes recordings of jazz-related programming broadcast on television, audio interviews with jazz musicians, and released and unreleased music performances
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Deborah Barndt’s work as a researcher, writer, activist and York University professor. These records document the research and writing of Women Working the NAFTA Food Chain (1999), Tangled Routes: Women, Work and Globalization on the Tomato Trail (2002), and VIVA! Community Arts and Popular Education in the Americas (2011), her research focus on popular education, globalization, community arts, and her involvement with equity and diversity initiatives at York University. Records in this fonds include research materials such as journal articles, papers, reports, newsletters, government documents, pamphlets, brochures, as well as audio recordings of interviews and interview transcripts, correspondence, manuscripts, video cassettes, notes, e-mail, proposals, and workshop materials.
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Yvonne Vera’s activities as a prominent African writer of English fiction and as a student and teacher of English literature while in Canada. Records include finished copies, typescripts and drafts of published and unpublished works; copies of articles written by and about Vera; personal and professional correspondence; personal memorabilia. Fonds includes a selection of books both by and belonging to Vera and a copy of the Vera biography, “Petal Thoughts,” by Ericah Gwetai. The fonds consists of items created and accumulated together by Vera and Jose, as well as mementos brought from Zimbabwe by Vera.
Fonds consists of records that document Principe’s activities as the editor of the Italian Canadian newspaper Forze Nuove, as a political activist and a scholar. The fonds has been arranged into eight series.
Principe, Angelo, 1930-
Fonds consists of records documenting Lynn Crosbie’s work as a writer, journalist and teacher, including manuscripts, draft articles and poems, published copies of her articles and poems, correspondence, videocassettes, audio cassettes, photographs, notebooks, day planners, lecture notes, research materials, course materials and student assignments. Also included in the fonds are personal photographs, correspondence, ephemera, memorabilia, notebooks and sketchbooks.
Crosbie, Lynn, 1963-
Fonds consists of records pertaining to the life and work of Canadian-Scottish Jazz musician and Toronto Jazz Festival founder, Jim Galloway. Records include those pertaining to his early life in Scotland, his work as a booking agent and radio host with CKFM, his administrative roles with the Toronto Jazz Festival, and his life as a performing saxophonist. In addition to the administrative contracts, correspondence, notes, travel records, gig and festival memorabilia, sheet music, and other records pertaining to Galloway's career, the fonds includes extensive audio recordings of Galloway's radio show, Toronto Alive, as well as various other recordings created or compiled by Galloway throughout his career.
Galloway, Jim, 1936-2014
Fonds consists of records pertaining to the governance and activities of the Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science, including agendas and minutes of the Board and the Annual General Meetings, correspondence by members of the Executive, notes and financial statements from the Secretary-Treasurer, records related to the Society's constitution, Society programs from the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, and membership records.
Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science
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
Fonds consists of records pertaining to the life and work of social scientist Eric Trist. Records include photographs and textual material pertaining to Trist's early life and education in Dover, England, student records from his time at Cambridge and Yale Universities, and material related to his career as a theorist and academic in the fields of psychology and organizational development. These latter records consist of publications, presentations and other writings authored or co-authored by Eric Trist, records pertaining to Trist's teaching career in both the United States and Canada, and material related to the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, of which Trist was a founding member.
Trist, Eric Lansdown, 1909-1993
Fonds consists of the personal records of Richard O'Hagan documenting his career in the field of journalism, communications, and public relations. It includes personal correspondence; files related to his work as special assistant to Canadian Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson (1963-1966); files related to his work at in the Information Division at the Canadian Embassy in Washington (1966-1976); files related to his work as Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau's Special Advisor on Communications (ca. 1975-1979); articles written for the Toronto Telegram; diaries; subject files; research files; book research files and drafts; personal and family photographs; and travel and expense reports.
O'Hagan, L. Richard
Fonds consists of records created and accumulated by Sylvia Woodsworth Campbell, predominantly during her work as a guidance counselor and educator at Atkinson College, focusing on programs for continuing education for women re-entering the workforce or changing careers. Included are submissions and papers she authored, research notes, correspondence both personal and professional, clippings, reports pertaining to the work on the Status of Women, her Masters thesis which she submitted in 1976, and her diplomas. Also included are files pertaining to an educational bursary/scholarship established in her honour at Victoria College, University of Toronto.
Campbell, Sylvia Woodsworth
Fonds consists of records pertaining to Daniel Drache’s work as a professor of political science at York University, his role as director of the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, his academic writing and research. These records include correspondence, draft and published articles, course materials and student papers, research materials, grant applications, project proposals, as well as audio cassettes and DVDs. A small amount of personal correspondence and photographs are also part of this fonds.
Drache, Daniel, 1941-
Fonds consists of professional and personal records created and accumulated by Lawrence ‘Larry’ Grossman as Member of Provincial Parliament for the Toronto riding of St. Andrew-St. Patrick (1975-1987), leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario (1985-1987), and his career activities following his exit from political office. Includes: correspondence; meeting minutes; research notes; briefing notes; reports; subject and clippings files; campaign materials and schedules; speeches; portraits and event photographs; audiovisual recordings of his television and radio appearances and interviews.
The records in this fonds document his contribution and involvement in the “Big Blue Machine” of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario, the numerous Cabinet portfolios he held in the governments of Premier William ‘Bill’ Davis, his two campaigns for leader of the Party, and the end of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario’s forty-two years in government (1943-1985) and the adjustment of the Party’s new role as Official Opposition.
The fonds also includes materials belonging to his father, Allan Grossman, kept by Larry following his father’s death in 1991.
Fonds contains the following series:
S00698: Political files
S00699: Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario files
S00700: Personal files
S00701: Allan Grossman materials
S00702: Audiovisual materials
Fonds consists of records pertaining to the personal and professional life of Italian-Canadian artist Luigi Nasato. These records, dating from 1931 to 2015, document Nasato’s early life and education in Istrana, Italy, as well as his emigration to first Argentina and then Toronto, Ontario. The records primarily pertain to Nasato’s artistic output and include several hundred drawings, sketches, paintings, and preliminary studies created over the course of his career, as well as a number of awards granted to Nasato on the basis of his artistic contributions. Many of the artistic works included in the fonds relate to projects completed in Toronto and environs, particularly to mosaic projects created by Nasato at a number of churches in the region. Fonds also includes notes on art history and artistic technique created by Nasato as both a student and professional artist, as well as miscellaneous textual and financial records pertaining to the practicalities of his artistic career. Also included in the fonds is an extensive collection of photographs and clippings, compiled by Nasato over the course of his life, most of which document works of art created by Nasato and others.
Nasato, Luigi, 1924-2014
Fonds illustrates Madeleine Boss Lasserre’s career and interests as a music educator of children and adults in Toronto, Ontario. Most of the material was created between 1925 and 1977, while Lasserre was actively employed with the Margaret Eaton School and the Toronto Conservatory of Music. A small subset of the records were created outside of this time span. Records include: Dalcroze teaching and demonstration notes and diagrams; correspondence with colleagues and students; material pertaining to general early childhood education; and material related to the administration and promotion of courses in Dalcroze Eurhythmics. Fonds contains notes and notebooks, pamphlets, programmes, correspondence, clippings and scrapbooks, as well as photographs of Lasserre and other members of the Dalcroze and music communities.
Lasserre, Madeleine Boss, 1901-1998
Fonds consists of the professional records of Peter Flemington including: correspondence, memorandums, reports, CRTC briefs and applications, meeting minutes, research files, film project files including copies of films and scripts, academic writing project files, and files related to his work as Head of Programming and Development of VisionTV. The records in this fonds document his role in the evolution of religious communication and the development of religious broadcasting in Canada, notably the establishment of VisionTV in 1986.
Fonds contains the following series, based on Flemington’s career:
S00689: Religious Television Associates
S00690: Berkeley Studio
S00691: Peter Flemington Broadcast Services (freelance work)
S00692: The Rosewell Group / Canadian Interfaith Network files
Flemington, Peter, 1936-
Fonds consists of records created and accumulated by Marilyn Silverman pertaining to her field research in socio-cultural anthropology. The records in this fonds document in particular her research in Guyana for her MA thesis (1966) and her PhD thesis (1969-1970), as well as a research project on banana production in Ecuador (1978). These records include correspondence, field notes and reports, questionnaires, card indices, interview notes and transcripts, government reports and statistics, police reports, data and work sheets, audio recordings, photographs and maps.
Fonds consists of research files, correspondence, scripts, production notes, budgetary material, promotional campaigns, awards, posters and assorted film, music, photographic and graphic material related to Larry Weinstein's creative process as a writer, documentary film director, and producer.
Fonds consists of Endicott's detailed and extensive research files and drafts pertaining to his books; learning and teaching files; academic correspondence; occasional papers and presentations; and other material. Files are arranged in series as defined by him prior to donation.
Endicott, Stephen Lyon
Fonds consists of records documenting the work and activities of Michael Mandel in his roles as a professor of law at Osgoode Hall Law School, as a writer and lawyer, and as a political activist. These records include draft articles and academic papers, course materials and lecture notes, correspondence, memoranda, research files, newspaper and magazine clippings, posters and event notices.
Mandel, Michael, 1948-2013
Fonds consists of photographs, news clippings, promotional material, posters, video recordings and documentation related to the political, social and cultural activities of George Papadatos, a Greek citizen who lived in exile in Toronto during the military junta of 1967-1974. Includes materials documenting the coffee house scene on the Danforth, Greek musical acts who toured Canada and the United States in the 1970s and 1980s, as well as student organizing and protests related to local opposition to the military dictatorship in Greece. Also includes photographic material from Papadatos' later life in Greece, where he operated a antiquarian bookstore.
Fonds consists of textual records created and accumulated by Maj. Burke in his role as Secretary of the Gurkha Welfare Appeal (Canada). Files related to the operations of the GWA(C) in Canada include financial statement, reports, audits, meeting minutes. The fonds also contains copies of reports, meeting minutes, newsletters, and promotional material for the Gurkha Welfare Trust in the United Kingdom. Files related to the promotion of the GWA(C) in Canada also include photographs, souvenir items, post cards, and maps and other material related to Nepal tourism. Files related to the projects of the GWA(C) in Nepal, including the Area Welfare Centres, schools for the blind, bridges, and water projects, consist of records such as photographs, maps, and reports. The fonds also contains published material including booklets and pamphlets about the Gurkhas and a copy of a Ph.D. dissertation on Gurkha history. Fonds also contains two medals, a plaque, military lapel pins, and three videocassettes.
The Gurkha Welfare Appeal (Canada)
Fonds consists of records documenting Terrill Maguire’s dance and choreography career, the formation and management of her dance and music festival, Inde, as well as her work as an instructor in the dance department of York University’s Faculty of Fine Arts. These records include correspondence, day planners, grant applications, proposals, course materials, contracts, memorabilia, photographs, videocassettes, audio reels, cassettes and compact discs.
Fonds consists of records pertaining to research and administrative work performed by Janice Newton in her capacity as a PhD student and, later, faculty member in the Department of Political Science at York University. These records, which date from the 1970s until 2014, document research performed by Newton as she completed her 1987 doctoral dissertation and adapted this dissertation into a monograph in 1995, as well as her work as chief editor of the 2001 publication Voices in the Classroom. The records also document research and administrative tasks performed by Newton in her role as a contributing faculty member within the Department of Political Science at York University. Included in the fonds are research materials, correspondence, scrapbooks, administrative records, audio and video recordings, and photographic prints and negatives created or accumulated by Newton.
Newton, Janice, 1952-
Fonds consists of Morris's teaching notes; research notes on Canadian filmmakers and Canadian film topics reviews of Morris's books, notes and research files for his book David Cronenberg : A delicate balance; Canadian Encyclopedia of Film files; Film Studies Association of Canada files; original notes, documents and correspondence pertaining to Canadian film in the 1960s; CBC minutes from the 1930s; research material on John Grierson; files on individual Canadian films; notes on his archival research; nots of public film archives in Canada; misc files on Canadian film topics; annotated research files on the Canadian film industry, Canadian film personalities, bureaucrats, independent films, documentaries, censorship, exhibitions, the National Film Board; Canadian film research reports (1939-1953); masters papers by students doing research on Canadian cinema; research file on Nell and Ernest Shipman; John Grierson research files; research files on Canadian television and on the CBC.
Collection consists of promotional material, family documents, correspondence, news clippings, recordings of public lectures, television and radio appearances and newsletters created by or regarding Dr. Robert S. Mendelsohn.
Mendelsohn, Dr. Robert S.
Fonds consists of textual materials, published articles, blog posts, correspondence, genealogical records, photographic material and personal items created or accumulated by Lynn Gehl in the process of her work as an academic, scholar and community activist.
Fonds consists of correspondence between Moss and numerous Canadian literary figures including Margaret Atwood, George Bowering, Matt Cohen, Northrop Frye, Robert Kroetsch, Hugh MacLennan, John Metcalf, Farley Mowat, Michael Ondaatje, James Reaney, Sinclair Ross, Ruby Wiebe, George Woodcock, among others.
Moss, John, 1940-
Fonds consists of publications, professional and personal correspondence, reports, newspaper and magazine articles, pamphlets, greeting cards, postcards, photographs, conference papers, seminar papers, student evaluations, meeting minutes, memos, research articles, curriculum vitae and publications list, and unpublished manuscripts. The fonds documents Mohr's work in the fields of psychiatry, law reform, legal education, criminal justice in Canada, family equality, sentencing standards, and more. The fonds includes: handwritten letters written in German by Mohr to his wife and family during the 1950s when he moved to Canada, as well as letters written in German by friends; draft manuscripts and articles from his colleagues; meeting minutes and memos from law reform organizations; printed online articles about the Law Commission of Canada and its work; correspondence with members of law reform organizations of the Law Commission of Canada regarding reports and upcoming policies. Mohr visited many other universities for lectures, seminars and conferences, in addition to participating in professional organizations. Fonds includes his papers used at these events such as 'Clinical Judgements and Citizen Reviews and the Children's Act,' the 'International Congress on Law and Psychiatry,' and 'National Consultation on Sentencing.' Fonds includes a collection of papers and reports on subjects about the Max Planck Institute, feminism, postmodernism and the law, rhetoric language and the law, psychiatry and medical works, law and theory, and criminal law. Fonds also includes physical and electronic versions of Mohr's unpublished manuscripts, as well as electronic versions of some of Mohr's outgoing correspondence.
Mohr, J. W., 1928-2008
Fonds consists of records documenting Harvey Cashore's work as a journalist, writer and television producer throughout three decades of covering the Airbus story, including work on four books and several documentaries for CBC's "The Fifth Estate," all of which formed a personal storyline documented in his 2010 book, "The Truth shows up," about his experiences investigating Airbus, Karlheinz Schreiber and Brian Mulroney. These records are primarily research files, which include correspondence, newspaper and magazine articles, notes, transcripts, government documents, photographs and audio cassettes, as well as manuscripts for "The Truth shows up."
Fonds consists of records documenting Brian Freeman’s career as a writer and producer of plays, television and film. Records include scripts, script reports, notes, outlines, correspondence, subject files, promotional materials, photographs and moving image recordings.
Freeman, Brian, 1946-2009
Fonds consists of Boughton's research and project files pertaining to her book 'Margaret Laurence : a gift of grace ; a spiritual biography' published in 2006. Records include audio recordings of interviews, transcripts, archival research notes, a final draft, publisher correspondence, congratulatory notes, tour information, clippings, and reviews.
Fonds consists of VHS videocassettes containing raw footage of interviews with Portuguese Canadians about the Portuguese-Canadian immigrant experience.
Fonds consists of 327 letters written by Liisa Lumiala to her friend Terttu Hansen between 1943-1979, ending a few months before Liisa's death from cancer. The first set of letters until 7 March 1948 were written from various places in Finland, as Liisa and her family were moved around by the government from one residence to another. The next set of letters, covering the time period 22 March 1948 to 20 July 1948 were written from various locations in Sweden, where Liisa and her daughter Tytti were waiting to receive their immigration papers to move to Canada.The final set, beginning 30 August 1948 were written in Canada, again from various locations and addresses around Port Arthur, Fort William and Toronto. This collection of letters provides insight into the day-to-day life of a Finnish immigrant woman who moved to Canada to create a new life for herself with her husband and family after World War II.
The fonds consists of governance records (bylaws, letters patent, incorporation documents), newsletters, minutes, financial records, Finnish studies scholarship files, cultural activity files (musical events, lectures, film showings, symposia), fundraising files pertaining to CFFEF (Canadian Friends of Finland Education Foundation), miscellaneous files, FINNSTAUT (Finnish Studies Alumni Association at University of Toronto), membership files, CFF branch files, and some photographs.
Canadian Friends of Finland
Fonds consists of research materials, committee records, community advocacy documentation and government policy correspondence, curriculum materials, surveys, reports and other textual material related to the professional, volunteer and community activities of Inez Elliston. Material relates to her professional interest in educational curriculum development, particularly in relation to multicultural policies developed at the federal and provincial levels, and how such policies were implemented in local school boards. Other material relates to Elliston's involvement in local, municipal, provincial, national and international organizations and committees involved in social issues related to women's rights, (particularly immigrant women, ethnic and cultural minorities, women of of colour and aboriginal women, issues of gender in urban communities, domestic violence, safety and accessibility), immigrant school children (particularly in the area of assessment, anti-racist, cultural interrelation, vocational training, and children's rights), adult learners (particularly in the areas of vocational training, anti-racist programming and policies for adult immigrant learners) and citizenship (in particular areas of multiculturalism, inter-cultural dialogue, tolerance, anti-Hate Group community efforts, political organization and celebration of diversity).
Elliston, Inez N., 1930-
Fonds consists of the research files and reference material used by Frances Dafoe in her capacity as a costume designer for theatre, television production, performances and figure skating competitions.
Fonds consists of biographical writing, genealogical documents, published and photocopied books, scrapbooks and mementos created, collected and accumulated by Gerald A. Archambeau from various sources,including genealogical information regarding his grandfather Herbert T. Thomas, a police officer in Jamaica who was also a naturalist, lecturer and explorer. Material relating to Herbert T. Thomas is photocopied and scanned pamphlets, online articles and newspaper articles of material originally published from 1881 to about 1927 and relates primarily to Thomas' campaign to eradicate the practice of obeha in Jamaica.
Archambeau, Gerald A., 1933-
Fonds consists of records created and maintained by Robert Greer Allen pertaining to his personal and professional activities, specifically his work as a producer and executive producer for programs on Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) radio and television from the 1940s to the late 1980s, his experience as a radio scriptwriter (working with wife Rita Greer Allen) in the 1940s, and his early life and childhood. These records include scripts, production materials, photographs, architectural drawings, personal and career memorabilia, correspondence, memoranda, day planners, research materials and administrative files.
Greer Allen, Robert, 1917-2005
Fonds consists of film elements and finished products of three documentary films by Marshall Golden (1962-2010), completed while a Film Studies student at York University. Also inculdes photographs of Marshall as a university student and young man.
Golden, Marshall, 1962-2010
Fonds consists of musical recordings on one 1/4" audio reel, performed by Deva Prasad Das on vocals and mardal with Shankaran on flute. These performances were intended to accompany the Deba Prasad Das style of Odissi dance. Consists of three separate performances: "Nindata Chandana" Abhinaya, Ashtapadi (an expression-based dance); "Natangi" and a Boomija folk dance from Orissa. These recordings were made to accompany performances by Sukanya Rahman.
Also includes four VHS recordings of performances by Rahman in various venues in the 1990s.
Fonds consists of files from various positions Lewis held throughout his career, including correspondence, research documents and clippings covering a wide range of political issues, draft articles, and notes from his reporting days for Time Magazine and Maclean's, as well as editorial planning and management-related operational files from Maclean's. Also included are correspondence files, reports, budget files and strategic planning documents from his content development position with Rogers Media. The fonds also contains minutes and notes from York University's Board of Governors committee meetings. Personal files and speeches, including notes and drafts, are also part of the fonds, which includes 187 notebooks and planners used by Lewis for his research, note-taking, and scheduling. Press and magazine clippings that Lewis collected from various print and online publications are dispersed throughout the fonds. The fonds includes episodes of Maclean's and OMNI television, and other moving image recordings on videocassette.
Fonds consists of research notes and historical documents related to the creation of an official history of the John Labatt Brewing Company of Canada.