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Ryerson Hall demolition

View looking south west of Ryerson Hall demolition. East and west wings only have partial second and first storey's left. Centre section is still standing, minus the roof and back auditorium.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Pipe trench in north Quad

Photograph taken from the roof of Howard Kerr Hall looking down onto a trench dug across (east-west) north Quad. Entrance out onto Gerrard Street on right side of photo.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Ryerson Hall west wing demolition

View looking east of Ryerson Hall's west wing being demolished. Third storey and partial second storey are gone. Construction workers along back edge of second storey working.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Ryerson Hall east wing demolition

View looking west at east wing of Ryerson Hall. Second storey being partially demolished. Pile of stone and bricks beside the building.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Ryerson Hall east wing demolition

View looking north west at east wing of Ryerson Hall. Second storey being partially demolished. Pile of stone and bricks beside the building. Working shoveling debris off the side.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Albert W. Smith Chemical Building

Built in 1938-39, an addition was added in 1956 - which is the section you can see in the photograph. It is presently called the Albert W. Smith Building. Now part of the Case Western Reserve University.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Case Main Building

Photograph of the Case Main Building. Originally built between 1882-1885, burned down and rebuilt in 1888. Now part of the Case Western Reserve University.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Pardee Hall

Built in 1957, Pardee Hall was a 300 person dormitory for the Case Institute. Is is presently called Yost Hall and is Case Western Reserve University's administration building.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Tomlinson Hall

Photograph of Tomlinson Hall. Built in 1947. Now part of the Case Western Reserve University.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Pardee Hall

Built in 1957, Pardee Hall was a 300 person dormitory for the Case Institute. Is is presently called Yost Hall and is Case Western Reserve University's administration building.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Sam W. Emerson Physical Education Centre

Sam W. Emerson Physical Education Centre was dedicated in 1957, named after 1902 Alumnus Samuel W. Emerson. Now part of Case Western Reserve University.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Albert W. Smith Chemical Building

Built in 1938-39, an addition was added in 1956 - which is the section you can see in the photograph. It is presently called the Albert W. Smith Building. Now part of the Case Western Reserve University.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Ryerson Buildings in the Quad

Photograph taken in Howard Kerr Hall Quad looking south. Ryerson Hall, Residence Building and Middle Building on right side of photo and Kerr Hall East is on the left. A large tent is set up inbetween the buildings with a covered walkway from the Middle Building to the tent. a large crane is in the foreground of the photo.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Sheldon Levy Song - Bob Skelly

One copy on compact disc of custodian and locally renowned Ryersonian Bob Skelly's musical tribute to former president Sheldon Levy. The disc includes two versions of the same song.

Radio, Movie, and Television Scripts

Series contains Radio, Movie, and Television scripts that were maintained and made accessible by the Library.
The series is divided into three sub-series:
RG 5.308.001 Movies
RG 5.308.002 Radio
RG 5.308.003 Television

Open College Canadian History Program transcripts

File contains original source program transcripts of the entire collection of audio cassette programs from the original (1980-82) broadcasted Open College Canadian history course Search for a Nation (COCR 920) , comprising therein programs #1 to #48.

Alumnae World War II scrapbook page 11

Front of page 11 has a typewritten list of items placed in the boxes sent to Nursing Sisters in Africa. Box recipients were C. Tavener, H. Pangman, C.J. Cuthbert, L. Jamieson. At the bottom of the page is the mailing costs for all of the boxes sent out for Christmas, 1943.

Back of page has content listing for civilian boxes sent which were sent to Helen Cunningham (class of 1923), and Mildred McMullen (class of 1926). Bottom of page has list of recipients of letters and airgraphs (same as those sent boxes).

Alumnae World War II scrapbook page 12

Front of page 12 has a typewritten list of items placed in the boxes sent to Nursing Sisters in England. Box recipients were R. Adams, A. Dalrymple Ironside, D. Lodge, J. Mecredy, H. Leonard Cuddy, M. Henry, K. Fisher, E. Moore. Boxes were ordered from the T. Eaton Company. Bottom of page shows costs of items, and shipping.

Alumnae World War II scrapbook pages 55-56

Two page typewritten letter from Jean Wood, secretary-treasurer of the Toronto Branch of the British Minesweepers Auxiliary. The letter thanks Grace Bolton and the Alumnae for the knitting they have done since Aug. 4, 1943, listing all the items contributed. It also thanks them for sending money to cover the wool provided by the auxiliary for the projects.

Alumnae World War II scrapbook page 60

Card from Jean Wood, secretary-treasurer of the Toronto chapter of the British Mine Sweepers Auxiliary - Overseas Parcels League. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae for their knitted contribution of 7 pairs of navy mitts, 2 pairs of navy socks, 5 turtle neck tuck-ins, 2 ribbed helmets (balaclavas), 1 scarf, and 1 seaman's cap.

Alumnae World War II scrapbook page 64

Letter from Mrs. A. J. MacKenzie, wool convenor, of the Toronto Chapter of the British Mine Sweepers Auxiliary - Overseas Parcels League thanking the Wellesley Alumnae for their contribution of 11 seaman's caps, 1 scarf, 3 pairs of gloves, 2 balaclava helmets, 4 pairs of socks, and 5 turtle neck tuck-ins.

Alumnae World War II scrapbook page 65

Letter from Mrs. A. J. MacKenzie, wool convenor, of the Toronto Chapter of the British Mine Sweepers Auxiliary - Overseas Parcels League thanking the Wellesley Alumnae for their contribution of 4 pairs of navy socks, 5 pairs of navy mitts, 1 pair of gloves, 4 seaman's caps, 2 ribbed helmets (balaclavas), and 8 turtle neck tuck-ins.

Alumnae World War II scrapbook page 69

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 7 pairs of navy socks, 11 pairs of grey socks, 1 pair of navy mitts, 4 pairs of navy gloves, 6 seaman's caps, and 6 square neck sleeveless sweaters.

Alumnae World War II scrapbook page 70

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 2 turtleneck sweaters, 8 square neck sweaters, 11 pairs of navy socks, 11 pairs of grey socks, 2 caps, 2 pairs of mitts, and 1 scarf.

Alumnae World War II scrapbook page 72

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 6 helmets (balaclavas), 4 caps, 2 turtleneck sweaters, 16 pairs of navy socks, 4 pairs of mitts, 2 pairs of gloves, and 1 pair of gray socks.

Alumnae World War II scrapbook page 81

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 16 seamen's caps, 5 helmets, 8 pairs of mitts, 3 pairs of gloves, 13 pairs of socks, 1 pair of seamen's stockings, and 1 turtleneck sweater.

Alumnae World War II scrapbook page 87

Letter from Mrs. W. G. Shedden, secretary of the Ladies Auxiliary - Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve. She thanks the Wellesley Alumnae of their knitted contribution of 12 pairs of navy socks, 4 pairs of grey socks, 7 scarves, 2 turtleneck sweaters, 5 pairs of mitts, 2 pairs of two-way mitts, 2 pairs of seasocks, 6 helmets, and 2 tuck-ins.

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

Atkinson Lecture Series materials

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.

February 27, 1997 accrual

Series contains original drawings from Ben Wicks' "The Outcasts" serial and syndicated single frame cartoons. The "Outcasts" series dates from January 9, 1995 to July 27, 1996. The syndicated single frames date from January 2, 1995 to December 28, 1996.
The series has been divided into two sub-series:
RG 959.001.001 The Outcasts
RG 959.001.002 Single Frame cartoons

Wicks, Alfred (Ben)

December 24, 1997 accrual

Series contains original drawings done by Ben Wicks for his syndicated single frame cartoon and for 4 books.
The syndicated cartoons date from January 1, 1997 to December 27, 1997. The books include "Born to Read and Write" 1996, "Life Insurance for Seniors" 1996, "Sure we're covered...Aren't we?" 1996, and "So you've got Cancer" 1997.
The series is divided into the following sub-series:
RG 959.002.001 Daily Cartoons
RG 959.002.002 Born to Read and Write
RG 959.002.003 So You've Got Cancer
RG 959.002.004 Sure, We're covered....Aren't we?
RG 959.002.005 Life Insurance for Seniors

Wicks, Alfred (Ben)

Kodak Canada Corporate Archives and Heritage Collection

  • SC 2005.001
  • Fondo
  • 1895-2006

The Kodak Canada collection contains records and artifacts from the Kodak Heights manufacturing facility in Toronto, as well as the historical collection belonging to the Kodak Heritage Collection Museum. The collection consists of photographs, negatives, advertising records, magazines, pamphlets, daily record books, recipe books, cameras and other photographic equipment produced by Kodak Canada Inc., or other Kodak plants around the world. The collection includes a small selection of financial records, blueprints for Kodak facilities in Canada, and other corporate ephemera, as well as photographs of events, buildings and individual employees that illustrate the social life of the company.

Kodak Canada Inc.

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