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Bond House/O'Keefe House Scrapbooks

Series consists of compiled scrapbooks that documented student and residence life at Bond/O'Keefe House. Includes photographs, correspondence, financials, meeting minutes, ephemera, clippings, and administrative records. A collection of binders (scrapbooks) maintained by Ted Brock, retired "Don" of O'Keefe House, a former resident and a 1960 graduate of the Radio & Television Arts program.The binders provide some insight into the life of students in the Ryerson residences Kerr Hall, 323 and 333 Church St., Bond House (re-named O'Keefe House) from1964 to 1998. The binders contain photographs, lists of residents, correspondence, minutes of meetings, clippings, notices, annual banquet programs and administrative documents dealing with the day to day operations.

Ted Brock

Series contains records related to Ted Brock's involvement with O'Keefe House.

The Literary Review of Canada

Series contains a run of 'The Literary Review of Canada' starting with Volume 1, Issue 1 in December 1991, and running to Volume 3, no. 11 in December 1994.

Ryerson Positive Space

The file consists of textual announcements, graphic posters, and bracelets relating to campaign launches and educational sessions.

Please note RSU records contain Positive Space records.

Equity, Harassment and Safety Services Department

Ryerson Union Fair

The Ryerson Union Fair was first held on Wednesday March 12, 1986. It was co-sponsored by the Ryerson Labour Studies Group, SURPI, and CESAR and had two faculty organizers - Phyllis Clarke and Myer Siemiatycki - from the Department of Politics.
Series contains correspondence, posters, flyers, buttons, programs, and audio cassettes.

Fundraising Campaigns

This Series contains correspondence and promotional materials related to the "Invest in Futures" fundraising campaign launched Thursday, May 13, 2004, Ron Besse as campaign chair, held at 43 Gerrard St E. Officially closed June 30, 2006, with continued contributions up to December 2008.

Stereographs, by subject

Series contains a wide range of stereoscopic photographs, often referred to as stereocards or stereographs. Depictions include a variety of people, places, and objects. In cases where items are part of a series, attempts have been made to arrange them together. Subject terms have been used to indicate contextual relationships.

35mm cameras

Series contains cameras designed for use with standard 35mm (135 format) film. This became the most popular film and camera format, both among professionals and amateurs. Sturdy and multi-functional, with interchangeable lenses, these cameras found their way into civil wars, riots, and natural disasters around the necks of daring photojournalists as well as in homes and on vacation with advanced amateurs and photo-enthusiasts. Once exposed, the film was wound conveniently back into light-tight metal canisters that would protect the film until it could be developed.

For 35mm cameras marketed specifically to amateur photographers, see items in the Point-and-Shoot series.

To browse the individual items in this series, click on the "View the list" link under the "File and item records are available for this series" title (to the right of the page).

New Wave Magazine

Series contains McClung's magazine (1992-2017) and New Wave Magazine (2018-).

Assignment photographs

Series consists of 7,278 photographic negatives created by Ryerson staff and students in the 1950's and 1960's. The photographs were taken for use in the student newspaper "The Ryersonian", the academic course calendar, the yearbook, and other school publications. The negatives are arranged according to subject.
Contact prints for the majority of the collection are available for viewing in our reading room. The negatives are in the process of being scanned.
Subjects include:
Aerospace Technology
Architecture
Art Shows
Athletics
Awards
Barbers
Basketball
Bookstore
Business Administration
Campus - Old
Career College
Chemical Technology
Church Street
Circle K (Kiwanis)
Civil Technology
CJRT
Classroom Scenes
Clubs
Convocation
Convocation at Deer Park
Dances
Drama
Early Childhood Management
Eggy
Electrical Technology
Electronic Technology
Extension Department
Faculty and Staff
Fashion
Food Administration
Food Services
Football
Furniture and Interior Design
Gas Technology
Health Clinic
Health Inspectors
Hockey
Homecoming
Home Economics
Hotel, Resort, and Restaurant Administration
Howard Kerr Hall
Initiation
Instrument Control Technology
Journalism
Kerr Hall (Oakham House)
Library
Marketing
Mechanical Technology
Medical Laboratory
Metallurgy Technology
Miscellaneous
Miss Ryerson
Music
Ontario Government
Parades
Photographic Arts
Picnics
Printing Management - Graphic Arts
Queens and Princesses
Radio and Television Arts
Registration
Remembrance Day
Retirement Dinner
RIOT
ROW
Ryerson Hall
SAC
Secretarial Science
Secretaries Luncheon
Soccer
Statue of Egerton Ryerson
Visitors to Ryerson
Works of Art on Campus
Anti-cutback Rally

School of Journalism

Open College records received from Desmond Glynn

This Series contains records related to Open College donated by Chang School Senior Program Director Desmond Glynn in two accruals in 2014 and 2016 . The series includes textual records and audio cassettes related to various Open College courses.

SightSoundSystems Festival of Art and Technology

The records relate to the preparation for the musical chess game of the SightSoundSystems Festival of Art and Technology, presented by the Isaacs Gallery Mixed Media Concerts and Ryerson Polytechnical Institute.

The musical chess game, whereby the chessboard was wired to produce musical sounds with every move, was played between French artist Marcel Duchamps and John Cage. It was one of the highlights of the festival. Five major events took place throughout the week of March 5 - 10, 1968, including "Reunion" (the chess game), "E.A.T.", "Public Supply", "T.E.A.", and "Supersystems".

The artistic director was Udo Kassemets of the Isaacs Gallery Mixed Media Concerts. Don Gillies was the business manager and Karen (Naylor) Mulhallen of the English Department was the producer for Supersystems and who also worked with Darryl Williams on the film environment.

Course Calendars and class schedules

File contains copies of the Evening Studies calendars, Extension Course calendars, and Continuing Education course calendars and class schedule bulletins. The final print version of the course calendar was for the 2018-2019 school year. The Chang School plans to continue publishing the class schedule bulletins.

People Series

This series contains photographs of people associated with and featured in the Canadian Architect Magazine. Many of the photographs appear to have been used or consulted as part of the magazine proofs. The photographs contained within this series range from the 1950s up until 1995 and consist of portraits, candids, and posed group photographs. Additionally, many of the photographs in this series do not contain dates or inscriptions.

At some point, prior to this description, these images appear to have been removed from their original order and separated out due to subject matter. This series was created because it was no longer possible to arrange these materials in their original, working order.

Canadian Architect

Transfer of Schools of Nursing to Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology

Series contains correspondence, reports and associated materials relating to the transfer of Schools of Nursing from the Hospitals to the Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology. The majority of the materials relate specifically to the transfer of The Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing to Ryerson Polytechnical Institute.

Toronto General Hospital

The Toronto General Hospital. On August 25, 1948, The Wellesley Hospital amalgamated with Toronto General Hospital - becoming the Wellesley Division of Toronto General Hospital. They would remain that way until 1960, when Wellesley became an independent hospital once again.
Series contains materials relating to the Toronto General Hospital, and to its amalgamation with The Wellesley.

Photographs

Series contains photographs associated with The Wellesley Hospital. Many of them were taken by the hospital's public relations department and published in Wellesley World and other hospital publications. Files include staff members, nursing, education, events, equipment, and facilities.

Published works

Series contains published materials created by or about the Wellesley Hospital. Included in the series are 2 copies of the book written by Hospital founder Dr. Herbert Bruce, 2 copies of the Wellesley Hospital history book written by Joan Hollobon, and numerous magazines and newsletters written by Wellesley Hospital for the staff and the general public.

Blue and Gold Ball

The Blue and Gold Ball is a student run social event. It was resurrected in 2010 at the initiative of Ryerson President Sheldon Levy.

The file consists of announcements, posters, tickets (2010 only).

The Missing child in Liberal Theory

Book written by John O'Neil, published by the University of Toronto Press in conjunction with the Laidlaw Foundation. Marvyn Novick, who was involved with the Foundation, wrote the forward to this book.

O'Neil, John

Maple Leaf Gardens time capsule

The series consists of the following.

  • Four daily newspapers, September 21, 1931 : The Globe ; The Mail and Empire ; The Evening Telegram ; The Toronto Daily Star
  • A four-page, typewritten manuscript and envelope likely from the directors of Maple Leaf Hockey Club
  • A four-page stock prospectus
  • A miniature Canadian Red Ensign flag
  • An ivory elephant pendant with blue ribbon fragments
  • 1930-1931 Official Rule Book, National Hockey League (NHL)
  • 1930-1931 Ontario Hockey Association Rules (OHA)
  • 1931 Official Hockey Rules, Canadian Amateur Hockey Association (CAHA)
  • 1931 Toronto Municipal Handbook

Maple Leaf Gardens

2006 donated materials from William Glassman

Series contains materials collected and donated by William Glassman for the Ryerson Archives. Includes a letter from former Archivist Jim Peters to Ryerson faculty suggesting they start an Archives file to eventually donate to the Archives. This letter was found in a file title "Archives" containing William's collected materials for subsequent donation to the archives. Records have been left in their original arrangement with the exception of the RFA-BOG Collective Agreeements, which have been seperated and added to their respective RG group (RG 91.10).

Society records

Series contains records related specifically to the Ryerson Commerce Society. Includes the constitution.

Student Services Human Resources

Series consists of vacancy / job postings and personnel papers of two student residences, Palin Hall (later Oakham House) and Bond House (later O'Keefe House).

Documentation and arrangement - exhibits and displays

File contains:
RG 149.9.1 Library, 1982
RG 149.9.2 Homecoming, 1983
RG 149.9.3 Bicentennial, 1984 - includes model in reading room. The scale model was researched and constructed by Architecture students Robert Smith, Richard Zoltek and Ed Nicoluccci under the supervision of the faculty member, Bob Greenberg. The model was a highlight of the Ryerson Archives’ Ontario Bicentennial display held in the Olive Baker Lounge in October, 1984. From 1980 to 1995, the model was on display in the lobby of the 13th floor in Jorgenson Hall. The model was removed to the Archives in January, 1995, while the display case/unit and the ‘landscaping base’ were sent to the School of Architecture. The latter was transferred to the Archives in March, 1996.
RG 149.9.4 Oakham House, 1984
RG 149.9.5 Eric Palin - CATE opening, 1985
RG 149.9.6 National Universities week, 1985
RG 149.9.7 Normal School, 1986
RG 149.9.8 TAAG, 1986
RG 149.9.9 40th anniversary and homecoming, 1988

Department of National Defence and Ryerson's Continuing Education Division: Certificate in Public Affairs

First offered in 1992, the certificate program was designed by the Faculty of Applied Arts (RTA, Journalism, Business and Technical Communication) and the Continuing Education Division. It was created at the request of the Department of National Defence.
Series contains correspondence, working papers, meeting minutes, copies of the proposals, along with other documents created in the organization and creation of a Public Affairs certificate program for members of the Department of National Defence.

CCPE & APEO Accreditation

These proposals, courses of study, proposed courses and detailed course outlines were produced for submission to the C.C.P.E. and A.P.E.O. Accreditation Committee for approval. Each outline usually contains the instructor's professional resume, a brief course outline of required readings and topics covered, instructor's notes, laboratory and problem exercises, and test and final examinations.
Included in this series are 22 course outlines and 1 accreditation proposal.

Unsorted materials

Series consists of materials previously stored on the UM (unsorted materials) shelves in the Archives. They are believed to be files maintained by Gail Donner in her role as the chairman of the Nursing Department.

Included are files on:
Nursing Advisory Committee records; Curriculum Committee records; Assistant Chairman's and Administrative meeting minutes; Departmental Council records; Total Faculty meeting records; Curriculum working parties; College of Nurses of Ontario; Correspondence with the Dean of Community Services; Advisory Committee for post diploma programs in psychiatry, paediatrics, and adult intensive care; Learning resources committee; conference attendance; faculty lay-offs; Heads of Diploma Nursing Programs committee; admissions; and some general information from the various campuses of Ryerson's program - Sick Kids, Women's College, and Wellesley.

Donner, Gail

CKLN Legal records

Series contains textual records related to CKLN's response to various legal issues.

CKLN Textual records

Series contains various files of textual records related to CKLN.

CKLN Promotional Materials

Series contains files of textual and graphic records, and artefacts generated in order to promote various aspects of CKLN.

Landscape Architecture

Series contains:

RG 3.77.1 - Submission for a Degree In Landscape Architecture 1979
RG 3.77.2 - Preliminary Report: Proposal for a 4 Year Degree Program In Landscape Architecture May 1987
RG 3.77.3 - Assessment of the Societal Need for the Landscape Architecture Program
RG 3.77.4 - Program Review ProcessL Description of the process from OCUA (Ontario Council on University Affairs)

Landscape Architecture program review process

Series contains:

RG3.74.1 - Assessment of Academic Quality of the Landscape Architecture Program
RG3.74.2 - Assessment of the Societal Need of the Landscape Architecture Program
RG3.74.3 - Program Review Process: Description of the Process from OCUA (Ontario Council on
University Affairs).

Architectural Science program review process

Series is arranged into the following files:

RG 3.73.1 - Program Evaluation Process: Academic Element - April 1982
RG 3.73.2 - Report of the Program Assessment Committee - May 1982
RG 3.73.3 - Program Evaluation Process: Bachelor of Technology (Architectural Science)
RG 3.73.4 - Assessment of the Financial Viability of the Architectural Science Program (1992)
RG 3.73.5 - Assessment of the Academic Quality of the Architectural Science Program (ca.1992)
RG 3.73.6 - Societal Need element of the Architectural Science Program (1992)

Proposals and Reports

Series contains new program proposals, periodic program reviews, self study reports, curriculum revisions, degree designation reports, and accompanying materials from the departments and schools that deliver Ryerson's Undergraduate, Graduate, and Continuing Education programs. The series has been divided into sub-series by Faculty:

RG 961.003.001 Faculty of Science
RG 961.003.002 Yeates School of Graduate Studies
RG 961.003.003 Faculty of Communication and Design
RG 961.003.004 G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education of Community Services
RG 961.003.005 Faculty of Arts
RG 961.003.006 Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Science
RG 961.003.007 Ted Rogers School of Management
RG 961.003.008 Faculty

Academic Standards Committee

File contains Academic Standards Committee meeting agenda and minutes, Academic Council agendas, Academic Standards Committee reports, proposals, and correspondence. Series has been divided by year. Some committee materials are located in the Senate fonds, but for the most part the committee's file were previously stored by School and Department.

Ryerson Press Collection Books

Series contains books published by the Ryerson Press company between 1862 and 1973, as well as publishing catalogues. The series does not represent a full run of titles produced by the publisher during these dates.

The Ryerson Press

Memorial services of Ryerson individuals

Series consists of memorial services conducted or moderated by Dr. Eugen Bannerman for Ryerson individuals. The series is arranged into four files:

364.04.01 Brennan, Bluie, 1922-1989 (A.1994-025)
364.04.02 Kenyon, John, 1931-1989 (A.1994-025)
364.04.03 Paulin, Murray, 1917-1986 (A.1994-025); accompanying Order of Service (A.1986-001)
364.04.04 Mordell, Donald, 1920-1988 (A.1994-025); accompanying Order of Service (A.1988-036)

OPSEU Staff Recognition and Development Conference / Staff Star Award / Annual OPSEU Staff Learning Event

The records in this series consists of the OPSEU Staff Star Award and conference, and the subsequent OPSEU Staff Learning Event which replaced the former in 2014. The university, in developing more wide-ranging awards in 2012, cancelled faculty and staff awards including the OPSEU award and created the OPSEU Staff Learning Event.

The series consists of announcements, nomination forms, brochures, programs, and award winners.

Joint Union-Management Advisory Committee on Staff Training and Development

Collective Agreements

Series contains Contracts between OPSEU 596 and the Ryerson University Board of Governor and Memoranda of Settements of outstanding contract items.

Children's Television Research (CHIMP)

This series contains the textual and audio visual records of the longstanding Children's Television Research project directed by Clive VanderBurgh and located within the school of Radio and Television Arts (RTA) between 1989-2003. The project is also referred to as CHIMP (Children's Media Project).

VanderBurgh, Clive

Publications

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.

Administrative materials

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

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