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Norman Mackenzie fonds

  • F 437
  • Fonds
  • 1919 - 1996

This fonds contains the following files: Papers; Rare Books; Memorial Address: Northorp Frye; Etching: The Soldiers' Memorial Tower, Hart House; RYERSONIAN: `No Man's Land' Looms?; The enthusiasms of Robertson Davies; The Atlantic M...


This file contains Papers authored by Norman Mackenzie: -"Kubla Khan": Poem of Creative Agony and Loss -Sir Thomas Browne As A MAn of learning: A Discussion of Urn Burial and the Garden of Cyrus -The Concept of Baroque and its Relation t...

Response: Ryerson's Search For A President

The full title of this document is: "Individual Response To Minute 3 Of The Board meeting, July 9, 1980 Relating To Ryerson's Search For A President". Norman Mackenzie, a member of the consultative group, wrote this commentary on th...

Rare Books

F 437.2.1 John Seath and The School System Of Ontario, 1920 F 437.2.2 Nocturne In St. Gauden's, 1929 F 437.2.3 The Man From Toronto, 1919

Ryerson Funding Protest 1990

Less than 0.5 cm of correspondence related to a 1990 university funding protest. File also includes "Mourn Ryerson's Death" poster from event April 10, 1990.

Mackenzie, Norman

Turret House wood print and letter

File includes a beautifully executed wood block print of Turret House (house demolished) and support letter. Gerry Brandis a.k.a. G. Brender A. Brandis is the artist.

Mackenzie, Norman

The enthusiasms of Robertson Davies

Book, signed by Robertson Davies, inscribed and presented to Norman Mackenzie by members of the Literary Society. The inscription reads: "To Mr. Mackenzie in deep appreciation of your work with the 1979-80 Ryerson Literary Society".

Davies, Robertson

The Atlantic Monthly

Article (pp.63-69) Can I Count You In? (Inscribed)*published in the January, 1972 issue of "The Atlantic Monthly" by Shirley Faessler. It is assumed that thisindividual was a former student of Norman Mackenzie's. N.Mackenzie's ...

The Discovery At Stratford-On-Avon*

Newspaper clipping published in THE STANDARD, Thursday March 8,1888, found in a book N. Mackenzie donated to the RyersonLibrary's Rare Book Collection: "The Works of WilliamShakespeare", Vol. IX, 1867.After consulting with Libraryst...