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Kathy Cleaver fonds

  • F 356
  • Fonds
  • 1989

Katherine Anne Cleaver is a Professor Emeritus in the School of Fashion at Ryerson University.
Fonds consists of a brochure of an exhibition curated by Cleaver.

Cleaver, Kathy

Corliss Engine

Item is an albumen stereograph. Image depicts a large machine on a platform in an exhibition hall. The machine is marked "GEO. H. CORLISS, PROVIDENCE R.I." Recto captions bottom: "496- Corliss Engine, Mach. Hall"; left:"International Exhibition, 1876"; right: "Centennial Photographic Co., Philad'a". Verso has a crest and caption "Centennial Photographic International Exhibition. Wm. Notman president, W. Irving Adams vice pres, Edward L. Wilson supt & treasurer, J. A. Fraser art superintendent, 1776, 1876, Philadelphia." Verso pencil inscription "M.A.M."; "not included"; "606."

Kodak window displays, summer 1966

Item consists of a black and white negative featuring an image of a summer themed display advertising Kodak products. At the top of the display is a sign that reads: "take your camera where the fun is..." with an image of five people water-skiing below. For black and white print see 2005.001.06.03.349.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Kodak window displays, Christmas 1966

File contains black and white negatives featuring images of Kodak products piled as Christmas presents, such as the Instamatic M4 and the complete Super 8 home movie oufit, beneath a 'Season's Greetings' picture with hand drawn signs that have slogans like 'open me first' or 'gift idea'. For prints see 2005.001.06.03.348.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Kodak window displays, Christmas 1965

File contains colour negatives featuring images of Kodak products piled as Christmas presents, such as the Instamatic M4 and the complete Super 8 home movie oufit, beneath a 'Season's Greetings' picture with hand drawn signs that have slogans like 'open me first' or 'gift idea'. One image features flash cubes hung like snow flakes. For colour prints see 2005.001.06.05.050.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Kodak window displays, Christmas 1965

File contains images of Kodak products piled as Christmas presents, such as the Instamatic M4 and the complete Super 8 home movie oufit, beneath a 'Season's Greetings' picture with hand drawn signs that have slogans like 'open me first' or 'gift idea'. One image features flash cubes hung like snow flakes. For black and white prints see 2005.001.06.03.346.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Every hour an occasion : women's dress 1900-1910

Item is a brochure promoting an exhibition of Edwardian women's dress held at the Oliver Baker Lounge, Ryerson Polytechnical Institute, October 2 - 20, 1989. Katherine Cleaver was the exhibition curator. Brochure also advertises talks by Toronto Historian Mike Filey and Costume Historian and Toronto Public Library Fine Arts Librarian, Alan Suddon. Suddon and Cleaver were both costume collectors and donated a collection of costumes (now known as the Cleaver-Suddon donation) to the Ryerson School of Fashion.

Records related to Kodak's exhibition partnership with Cultural Innovations : the Advisory Services of the Royal Ontario Museum

File contains records created as a result of the Kodak Heritage Collection's partnership with Cultural Innovations: the Advisory Services of the Royal Ontario Museum. Cultural Innovations was hired by Kodak Canada to consult on Kodak's exhibition, Past Preserved, Future Defined, and worked with Kodak from December 1998 until the exhibition opened at Kodak Heights in June 1999. Records pertain to all aspects of exhibition design and execution and include: Cultural Innovations' original proposal; project schedules and budgets; concept design documents; floorplans and other diagrams; text panel drafts; fabric samples; correspondence; and other ephemera.

Kodak Canada Inc.

WWII product display captions and labels

File consists of draft and finalized labels for a display consisting of a naval gunsighting telescope and Mark III and IX compasses and their component parts. Includes photocopied images of the display. Mark III and IX compasses and naval gunsighting telescopes were produced by Canadian Kodak Co. during WWII.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Photographs - oversized

File contains three black and white photographs of the Toronto Training and Re-Establishment Institute and of a class being held in the Normal School classroom that were displayed at the Bicentennial Display.

RIC Exhibitions and Events

Includes promotional, educational and publicity material for exhibitions and events held at the RIC including :

The Ryerson Image Centre Grand Opening ;
Toronto Convention About Photographic Collections : Definitions, Descriptions, Access ;
The inaugural exhibition, Archival Dialogues : Reading the Black Star Collection ;
Bernice Abbott: Photographs ;
Human Rights Human Wrongs ;
The 'Public Life' of Photographs ;
Phil Bergerson : Emblems and Remnants of the American Dream ;
Remembering The Real Winnie : The World's Most Famous Bear Turns 100 ;
Photography Historians : A New Generation? ;
All That Glitters : Carole Tanenbaum Vintage Collection Jewelry Benefit.

Ryerson Image Centre

Kodak window displays, Christmas 1965

File contains images of Kodak products piled as Christmas presents, such as the Instamatic M4 and the complete Super 8 home movie outfit, beneath a 'Season's Greetings' picture with hand drawn signs that have slogans like 'open me first' or 'gift idea'. One image features flash cubes hung like snow flakes. For colour prints see 2005.001.06.05.050.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Out from Under : Disability, History & Things to Remember - exhibition catalogue

Out from Under was curated by faculty members from Disability Studies with an exhibit displayed at Royal Ontario Museum (ROM, April - July 2008. Their work was supported by the RBC Foundation through the Ryerson-RBC Institute for Disabilities Studies Research and Education.

The curatorial team, Associate Professor Kathryn Church, Professor of Distinction Catherine Frazee, and Director Melanie Panitch, launched a new special topic seminar designed to uncover the hidden history of disability. Students were invited to identify an object representing a particular era or moment in Canadian disability history and explore its significance.

Peche Interromptue

albumen print mounted on cabinet card with gold border. Depicts a painting of two men and drowned boy in rowboat. Recto caption, top "E. Chigot," bottom: "salon de 1887, Peche Interromptue, A Block, Edit., Paris." Verso caption: "Cette photographie est faite en grande format 24/30c."

Exhibitions - Image Arts gallery or studio installations

Series contains posters, postcards, and other promotional materials for exhibitions held in the exhibit space in the Image Arts Building, as well, colour slide photographs of exhibit installations and photographic images displayed by students and faculty.

Image Arts

History of Ryerson film

The file contains the "History of Ryerson" film on three formats. The VHS copy was dubbed from the original 3/4 inch tape and was screened at Ryerson's Ontario Bicentennial display. The film was produced by Charlene Olsen.

From Cradle to Computer books

File contains six copies of the book, "From Cradle to Computer, A history of St. James Square, the birthplace of Ontario education" written by Ryerson history professor, Ronald Stagg and published for Ontario's Bicentennial.

Ryerson Polytechnical Institute

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