Sub-series consists of magazines produced by the Journalism program: The Ryerson Magazine, Images, The Magazine, and The Ryerson Review of Journalism which went online in December 1997. Also included is one ticket to the 30th anniversary celebration of The Ryerson Review of Journalism.
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
The Atkinson Lecture series , established in 1974, came from a $50,000 grant obtained by Doug MacFarlane, then chairperson of the Journalism Department, from the Atkinson Foundation. The Atkinson Foundation was established to commemorate the late Joseph E. Atkinson, publisher of The Star from 1899-1948. The lecture series was intended to bring journalists to Ryerson to examine the role and relationships of media in today's society. The series, initially held twice a year, had its first lecture December 4, 1974. Series contains materials created in relation to the lecture series. Included are posters, correspondence, and taped recordings of the lectures.