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RPI Residence Scrapbooks

  • RG 114.33
  • Série organique
  • 1961-1968
  • Fait partie de Oakham House

4 Scrapbooks, containing textual records, photographs, and graphic material documenting residence life at Ryerson Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in the 1960's. Kerr Hall as Oakham House)

Convocation and Awards records

Records consists of convocation programmes, transcripts of speeches and addresses, photographs, invitations, cassette tapes, some videocassettes, and related documentation,

Unsorted material

Series consists of materials transferred in the Archives holdings in the 1970s and left in piles on shelving units. No original order was apparent. After viewing materials it was discerned that the best course of action was to sort material by Ryerson President and then organize chronologically by their time in office.
The series has been divided into sub-series by President from 1948 to 1980. Presidents were: Howard Hillen Kerr, Fred Jorgenson, Anthony Wilkinson, Donald L. Mordell, George Korey and Walter G. Pitman.

Unsorted material

Series consists of materials transferred in the Archives holdings in the 1970s and left in piles on shelving units. No original order was apparent. After viewing materials it was discerned that the best course of action was to maintain existing files, arrange loose papers with file numbers into order by file number, and arrange by topic for those items that have no file numbers.

329 Church Street architectural pieces

Series consists of two architectural pieces removed from 329 Church Street before its demolition to make way for Ryersons Architecture Building. The house was originally built for a wealthy doctor. Student Services used the building between 1970-1975.

Program promotion materials

Series contains general and program specific program brochures for the Faculty of Communication and Design and the schools that fall under its umbrella.

Faculty of Communication and Design


Series contains papers authored and co-authored by Ingrid Bryan.

Book Chapters

Series consists of book chapter written by Ingrid Bryan.


Series contains an article published by Ingrid Bryan.

Administrative materials

Series contains textual records related to various aspects of administration/running of the Ryerson School of Nutrition.


Series consists of papers authored by Rena Mendelson.


Series consists of reports authored and co-authored by Rena Mendelson.

Books authored by George Swede

File consists of published copies of books written by George Swede. Published with a variety of publishers and a variety of formats the majority of the series are poetry books. Also included are several textbooks and children's books.


Series contains papers co-authored by Grace Luk. All papers deal with water pollution and marine environments.


Series contains an articles authored and co-authored by Grace Luk.

The Canadian Institute

The Canadian Institute published a journal starting in 1852. Between 1852-1878 it was titled "The Canadian Journal"; between 1879-1890 it was titled "Proceedings"; and between 1890-1969 it was titled "Transactions".
The Series contains 14 copies of The Canadian Journal.

The Canadian Institute


Series contains articles authored and co-authored by Gosh Zywno in scholarly journals and other publications.

Alumni achievement awards and wall of recognition

On the occasion of its 50th Anniversary in 1998, Ryerson Polytechnic University established the Ryerson Alumni Achievement Awards to pay tribute to alumni who have excelled in their respective careers and who have made a significant contribution to their profession, their community and their country.

Convocation records

Records consists of convocation programmes, transcripts of speeches/addresses, press kits, photographs, invitations, cassette tapes, some videocassettes and related documentation.

In December 1996, the name of the Office of Development, Alumni and Community Relations was changed to University Advancement Office and, thus, responsible for Convocation and ceremonies until 2008 with the creation of a separate department, the Office of Convocation and Awards.

See also:

RG 4.04 - Information Services - 1950 to 1986
RG 122.02 - Community Relations - 1987 - 1994
RG 395.12.01 - University Advancement - 1995 to 2007
RG 928.01 - Convocation and Awards - 2008 to present

Miscellaneous series

Series predominately consists of photographic reproductions of drawings or paintings, often on a cabinet card or carte de visite bases--these objects were mass produced for the commercial market using photography, but the original images were not photographic. Also included in this series are published photographic materials in the form of advertisements, books, and stereocards.

Strategic Planning

Series contains strategic planning documents for the Business Division, Faculty of Business and Ted Rogers School of Management. Included are individual goals for the departments and schools under the Business umbrella. The majority of the documents are academic plan related.


Series contains publications created by or related to the Faculty of Business and the Ted Rogers School of Management. Included are faculty newsletters, program newsletters, course calendars, reasearch reports, brochures, and newspapers.

Dean of Business correspondence

Series consists of correspondence created and collected by the person in the role of Dean of Business, Dean of the Faculty of Business and Dean of the Ted Rogers School of Management.
Series is broken down by dean and include files from Charles S. Temple (1951-1970), D. A. Sutton (1980-1985), Timothy Reid (1985-1989), Sarwan Sahota (acting, 1989), Bonnie Patterson (1990-1995), Stan Heath (1996-1999), Tom Knowlton (2000-2005), and Dr. Ken Jones (2005-2013).

Student resources

Series consists of correspondence created and collected by the person in the role of Dean of Business, Dean of the Faculty of Business and Dean of the Ted Rogers School of Management.
Series is broken down by dean and include files from Charles S. Temple (1951-1970), D. A. Sutton (1980-1985), Timothy Reid (1985-1989), Sarwan Sahota (acting, 1989), Bonnie Patterson (1990-1995), Stan Heath (1996-1999), Tom Knowlton (2000-2005), and Dr. Ken Jones (2005-2013).


The series consists of a textbooks written by Catherine Lund.

232-1.1 Accounting Basics: Introduction by Catherine Lund and Robert.E. Beam

232-01.01 Solutions Manual for the Accounting Assistant by Catherine Lund

232-1.2 Accounting Basics: The Balance Sheet by Catherine Lund and Robert E. Beam

232-1.3 Accounting Basics: Special Journals and Related Systems by Catherine Lund, Robert E. Beam, and R.A. Myers.


Series contains reprints of articles authored by George Giordano for a variety of publications. The majority of the articles deal with prime numbers.


Articles for a variety of publications authored and co-authored by Judy Britnell.

O'Keefe House Objects

  • RG 209.04
  • Série organique
  • 1975 - 2009
  • Fait partie de O'Keefe House

Series includes a collection of objects/artifacts related to O'Keefe House.


Series contains copies of papers written by Phillip Rawkins


Series contains photographic prints, slides, and negatives from the School of Fashion.
Series contains 201 black-and-white and colour photographic prints, slides, and negatives.

Special events and projects

Series contains materials related to special events, projects, and contests in the School of Fashion.

The Operational Geographer journal

An almost complete collection of the journal, which was published between 1983 and 1993. Published by the The Canadian Association of Geographers the editors, starting in 1988, included Professors Lea, Bardecki, Coppack, Truelove, and Carlson from Ryerson's Department of Applied Geography.

The Canadian Association of Geographers

Ryerson Energy Centre

This series contains a variety of textual records related to the Ryerson Energy Centre. Includes financials, correspondence, meeting minutes, promotional materials, proposals, and notes.

Gerontology Certificate program files

Series consists of records relating to the creation and running of the Gerontology Certificate program through Continuing Education. Series is broken into three files:

RG Deans Work Group on Gerontology: proposal and meeting minutes
RG Deans Work Group on Gerontology: Final Report
RG Administrative and general program records
RG General file

Computer Applications Forum files

Series contains files regarding the planning of the Computer Applications Forum. Includes:

RG Computer Applications Forum 1975
RG Computer Applications Forum speakers file
RG Computer Applications Forum 1975-1978

Files maintained by Diana Falkner in her role as assistant to the Director of the Management Development Institute.

Programs for the 50+

Under the LIFE Institutue, 50+ offers programs of a fun and of a serious nature for any senior 50 years of age and older who is a member of the LIFE Institute. A 50+ Festival is held in June.

Scientific measuring Equipment used at the Training & Re-establishment Institute and the Ryerson Institute of Technology

A collection of technological equipment consisting of: Decade Resistance, Spot Glavemeter, Fluxmeter, Demonstration Generator, Precision Wavemeter, Short-Wave Set (Wireless Apparatus) and a Demonstration Short Wave Apparatus. number of the items were used at the Training & Re-establishment Institute (1945-1948) where trades training was offered to returning World War II veterans re-entering the workforce.Although some of the equipment was used only for class demonstrations, other equipment was actually used by physics students in their labs, up until the time it was transferred to the Archives.

Objects series

Series contains objects donated from Kodak Canada Inc. including plaques highlighting Kodak's community initiatives and corporate status, promotional items such as clothing, flags, keychains, pins, toys, badges, and medals provided to honor excellence within the Kodak company, and objects referencing Kodak's Olympic involvement.

Kodak Canada Inc.


Series consists of one book

Borrower Services files

File contains:- E-Mail messages- List of Borrowers team members- Borrowers goals & objectives- Reports- Minutes of Meetings of : - Borrowers Services Team - AV Staff - Circulation & Reserve Staff

Library manuals

Series consists of 2 library manuals - one circa 1990 and the other circa 1996.

Promotional materials

Series consists of promotional materials related to Food Services.

Published Materials

  • RG 651.05
  • Série organique
  • 1991-1993
  • Fait partie de Food Services

Series consists of published materials by Ryerson's Food Services.

Administrative Materials

This series consists of administrative materials of the Vision Task Group including meeting agendas and summaries.

Promotional Materials

Series consists of promotional materials for the International Student Services including pamphlets, notices, posters, and objects.

Published Materials

Series consists of materials published by the Rho Alpha Kappa fraternity.

Deep Sea

Deep sea exploration involves diving at depths greater then humanly possible without a submersible vehicle, or greater than 1000 feet below the surface. In this series are moving images of hydrothermal vents, deep sea sharks, the sinking of the Russian nuclear submarine Komsomollets, and ocean floor ecology. Also featured are items that explore the process of both underwater exploration and underwater cinematography in deep sea settings. Recordings are of varying stages of production from raw footage to full productions. Some of the recordings are in Russian.

MacInnis, Joseph B.


Items from this series are items that do not fit into any of the other categories or that have not been viewed and have not been placed in another series as of yet. Some of the types of recordings in this series are raw footage of jellyfish from mid waters and CBC live coverage of Pierre Eliot Trudeau’s funeral. This series also contains oceanography related documentaries and footage of miscellaneous dives

MacInnis, Joseph B.

A.T. Orr family photographs series

Series consists of photographs and negatives that belonged to Mr. A.T. Orr and his family. Series also contains several business cards of Mr. Orr's, some of his personal correspondence, newspaper clippings pertaining to birth and wedding announcements, a hymnal, and a lock of Florence E. Orr's hair. Design plans for the Montreal Light Heat & Power Co. are also found in the series.

Notes, Coins and Commemorative Medals series

Series consists of paper and metal currency, and medals. One of the notes belongs to the 1924 redenomination of the Soviet ruble, the rest are from the 1961 redenomination.

Pins series

Series consists of lapel pins, many used to designate membership in a club like the Little Octoberists or Young Pioneers. Many are duplicates.

Stereoscopic Cameras

Series consists of 17 cameras designed to take identical images of the same subject from two lenses, approximately 2.5 inches apart or the same distance between human eyes. Cameras are able to make stereo pairs or single images. Cameras in this series range between ca.1850 and ca.1996.

The stereoscope was invented by Charles Wheatstone in 1838 to demonstrate binocular vision and its role in depth perception. Wheatstone used a pair of drawings to show how each eye could see a slight difference in each image, until the single images are superimposed onto each other through a stereoscope, revealing a three-dimensional effect. With the later establishment of photography, creation of Sir David Brewster's portable stereoscope in 1894 and the introduction of the wet-plate collodion process in 1851, did the stereoscopic industry rise to popularity.

Prior to the development of stereo-cameras, a single camera was used to produce either two daguerreotypes or calotypes in succession. The camera would be moved a few inches to one side between exposures in an attempt to produce pictures that looked identical or what was seen by the two eyes. However, this method was based off trial and error, as the quality of the three-dimensional effect might have been compromised by inadequate distance between exposures or alteration of camera angle, subject, and lighting conditions.

The two basic camera types designed to produce stereoscopic pairs are the single-lensed and double-lensed cameras. The double-lensed or binocular cameras allowed photographers to make simultaneous exposures for more accurate stereo photographs. The increasing demand for stereo imagery called for more portable cameras. Field cameras that folded to a compact size enabled photographers to leave the studio and produce stereos outdoors or previously inaccessible places. Later camera designs would have a standard format of 23x 24 mm with a focal length of 35mm and faster shutter speeds.

Promotional Materials

  • 2018.002.002
  • Série organique
  • 2000-2017
  • Fait partie de Hot Docs Fonds

This series consists of promotional materials related to the Hots Docs Festival, Cinema and various partnerships.

Administrative Materials

  • 2018.002.003
  • Série organique
  • 2004-2017
  • Fait partie de Hot Docs Fonds

This series consists of organizational and administrative materials related to the annual Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival.

Ryerson Teaching

Series contains materials generated and collected by Charles Oberdorf related to his teaching work at Ryerson.

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