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Demolition of Ryerson Hall

Looking west demolition of third floor of west wing. Workers on site. Photograph taken from roof of Howard Kerr Hall West.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Demolition of Ryerson Hall

View of front of Ryerson Hall looking north east. West wing third floor walls are gone, with exception of shared wall with centre block. Cupola roof missing as well.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Envelope 7

Envelope contains 11 photographs of of the demolition of Ryerson Hall.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Envelope 8

Envelope contains 11 photographs of of the demolition of Ryerson Hall.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Ryerson Hall cupola

Close up view of the roofless cupola on Ryerson Hall. Department of Education crest below it - mounted on front of building.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Demolition site

Looking west at piles of debris and one small section of Middle Building that is still standing. Heating stack is still standing. Howard Kerr West in background.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Ryerson Hall demolition

View from Howard Kerr Hall roof looking south at Ryerson Hall. Third story of east wing gone, as is the auditorium and the roof on the centre section.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Ryerson Hall demolition

View from Howard Kerr Hall roof looking south at Ryerson Hall. Third story of east and west wings gone, as is the auditorium and the roof on the centre section.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Ryerson Hall demolition

View from Howard Kerr Hall roof looking south at Ryerson Hall. Third story of east and west wings gone, as is the auditorium and the roof on the centre section.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Demolition of Ryerson buildings

View looking south at remains of Middle Building and Ryerson Hall. Ryerson Hall east wing is missing third story, auditorium is gone and starting on third floor of west wing.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Ryerson Hall front facade

Close up of the third story of the middle section of Ryerson Hall. Department of Education coat of arms mounted on the front.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Front of Ryerson Hall

View of the front of Ryerson Hall. Facade that would remain after building is torn down is focal point of the photo. Third storey of both east and west wings are gone and all the windows have been removed in the rest of the building.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Envelope 9

Envelope contains 11 photographs of of the demolition of Ryerson Hall.

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 north of Ryerson Hall's east wing being demolished. Third storey and partial second storey are gone. Construction workers working on second storey. Cloud of dust rising from dump truck below.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Ryerson Hall demolition

View looking south 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.

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 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.

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.

Ryerson staff in front of doors to Howard Kerr Hall

Five Ryerson staff members standing in front of a set of doors to Howard Kerr Hall. From l-r: Roy Horney, Instrument Technology; A. H. Allman, Chemical Technology; G. S. Eligh, Biology; John Hazelton, Industrial Chemistry; and Elizabeth Grant, Chemical Technology.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Eggy in the Quad

Colour image of Eggy II standing in the Quad during convocation. His hooves and horns are painted gold and he is wearing a blue and gold blanket. An unidentified man is holding his harness.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Three people at 25 year club celebration

Colour image of an unidentified man and two women talking to one another at reception honouring 25 year club inductees. 1977 inductees were Jim Peters, Chuck Worsley, Fred Travell, Roy Horney, and Gladys Doyle.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

25 year club celebration

Colour image of group of people standing and listening to someone off camera. The man in the grey suit is RTA professor Sid Perlmutter, the man in the blue blazer is G. Bullock of Image Arts, and the man on the far right is Jim Peters, archivist and English professor. In the background are large mounted photographs of four of the inductees - Jim Peters, Chuck Worsley, Fred Travell, and Roy Horney.
1977 inductees were Jim Peters, Chuck Worsley, Fred Travell, Roy Horney, and Gladys Doyle.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Roy Horney accepting acknowledgement

Colour image of Roy Horney accepting acknowledgement from an unidentified man. They are shaking hands. Part of the 25 year club celebration.
1977 inductees were Jim Peters, Chuck Worsley, Fred Travell, Roy Horney, and Gladys Doyle.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Chuck Worsley and his family

Colour image of Chuck Worsley and his family at his 25 year club induction. From l-r: Alva Worsley (wife); (daughter); and Chuck Worsley.
1977 inductees were Jim Peters, Chuck Worsley, Fred Travell, Roy Horney, and Gladys Doyle.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Beatrice Kerr, Gladys Doyle, and Howard Kerr

Colour image of Beatrice Kerr, 25 year club inductee Gladys Doyle, and Howard Kerr at the 25 year club reception. Gladys Doyle is on crutches.
1977 inductees were Jim Peters, Chuck Worsley, Fred Travell, Roy Horney, and Gladys Doyle.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Roy Horney, Chuck Worsley, and A. H. Allman

Colour image of Roy Horney, Chuck Worsley, and A. H. Allman talking at the 25 year club induction ceremony.
1977 inductees were Jim Peters, Chuck Worsley, Fred Travell, Roy Horney, and Gladys Doyle.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Athletic banquet

Long table with five men seated at its head. There are also athletic trophies on the table in front of them. From l - r: Football coach Ted Toogood, unidentified, Principal Howard Kerr, Instrument technology and soccer coach Roy Horney, and unidentified.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Building floor plans

Floor plans are photocopied and reduced from original size. Includes: Interior Design Bldg.; Monetary Times Bldg.; Landscape Plans - RPI Community Park; Ryerson Bldgs, 1986 and 1990 (Revised Drwgs).

Buttons

File contains four buttons: "Cutbacks hurt us all!"; "gaa : I support the graduate assistants' assoc."; "The Access Centre Ryerson"; "Quality Education NO Cutbacks"

Corporate histories and overviews

File contains miscellaneous overviews and histories of Kodak, written and used as reference material by Kodak Canada's communications department between 1958 and 2004. Includes brief background accounts and "fast facts," as well as "Kodak Canada Milestones" documents, which provide year-to-year accounts of Kodak Canada's activities. Most documents provide general corporate information, but some cover more specific topics, including the Ryerson Chair in Photography, Kodak's Toronto Expansion Program, the history of the Kodak camera, Kodak's offices in Quebec, Ottawa, and Edmonton, and the history of the Kodak Heights Power House (building #1). Many of the histories were written by Mel Rubinstein, Company Information Specialist, Corporate Communications and Public Affairs. Corporate histories in this file appear to have been written retroactively and can thus be differentiated from Kodak Canada's "Corporate History Notes," which were written on an ongoing basis and provided day-to-day accounts of the company's life.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Records pertaining to the Kodak chair in photography at Ryerson

File contains records pertaining to the Kodak Chair in Photography at Ryerson University from 1986 to 1987. The program was establishedin 1986 with a five-year endowment granted to Ryerson to bring internationally-known lecturers to the school's degree programs in Film, Media Arts and photography. Items include: correspondence between Kodak Canada and Eastman Kodak regarding the former's relationship with Ryerson; Ryerson press releases; a transcript of a speech given by Kodak Canada president, Ron Morrison; and various Ryerson memos and proposals regarding the shape and scope of the program.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Portrait : [prints and negatives]

Consists of an original print (no accession), copy prints, and negatives of Ted Toogood taken by University Advancement. Copy print on display.

Envelope 11

Envelope contains 13 black and white and colour photographs. Included are images from the University's 1977 25 yr club party.

RTA students, faculty, staff : [photographic prints]

Conists of three 8x10 black and white prints, including two staged shots of students and one group photograph of RTA students, faculty and staff. Photographs are from Gardner's student days at Ryerson and Gardner is pictured in all three prints. Some of the individuals in the prints are identified, including H. H. Kerr, Sydney Perlmutter, Andy McDermott, Marnie Collins, David Kirkland, Bruce Fortner, Jack Gates, Sjef Franken, Al Clasky. and Bruce Jackson.

ARTeries

File includes the following Ryerson publication: ARTeries : Scholarly, Research and Creative Activity in the Faculty of Arts Ryerson Polytechnic University 1996-2000.

Books - published

This file contains 4 books authored by Stuart McLean:
-The Morningside World of Stuart McLean ( 2 copies)
-Welcome Home: Travels in Smalltown Canada
-Stories From The Vinyl Cafe
-Home From The Vinyl Cafe: A Year of Stories

Journal articles

This file contains articles authored by David Day, including:
-Promoting Safe Schools Through Policy: Results of Survey of Canadian School Boards
-Risk for Court Contact and Predictors of An Early Age for a Frst Court Contact Among a Sample of High Risk Youths; A Survival Analysis Approach

Reports on the Development of Ryerson's Distance Education

File includes the following reports: Two copies of the Policy Recommendation for the Development of Ryerson's Distance Education Potential. Presented by The President's Working Group on Distance Education; Report of the Joint Distance Education Symposium, November 17-18, 1994; and a Distance Education seminar survey report.

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