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FORUM newsletter, 1994-2009

Over the years, the FORUM newsletter was published weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, bi-weekly, and, finally only six issues per year. Topics included Ryerson news, staffing updates, and staff and alumni notices. The publishing schedule was changed in 2006 to a calendar year from the academic year. The October 2005 issue was the last hard copy and a solely digital format was was released with the next print in 2006. Tthe FORUM was discontinued in 2009 and replaced with a new newsletter, Ryerson Today, on October 19, 2009 distributed via email notification and a link to the webpage. This series contains volumes 20 - 30 and then newsletters from 2006-2008.

President Sheldon Levy's column, "On My Desk," October 2005, Vol. 30, Issue 6 to Jan/Feb 2009 digital issue.

Office of University Advancement

FORUM newsletter, 1987-1994

Series consists of copie of the FORUM newsletter published by the Office of Community Relations. They were published throughout the year from September to June or July. Topics included Ryerson specific news, staffing updates and staff and alumni notices. This series contains volumes 13-17.
The final hard copy edition of the FORUM was published October 2005 - moving to an electronic format with its next issue. It was replaced by an online email newsletter Ryerson Today, on October 19, 2009.

Department of Community Relations

FORUM newsletter, 1975-1987

Series consists of copies of the FORUM newsletter published by the Office of Information Services. They were published on the calendar year, each new volume starting in September. Topics included Ryerson-specific news, staffing updates and staff and alumni notices. This series contains Volume's 1 - 12.
The final hard copy edition of the FORUM was published October 2005 - moving to an electronic format with its next issue. It was replaced by an online email newsletter Ryerson Today, on October 19, 2009.

Office of Information Services

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

Mary Jane Gomes

Photograph of Mary Jane Gomes. Cropped version of the image was published in the December 5, 1980 edition of the Forum Newsletter.

Lamp of Learning

The lamp of learning was originally used as the top of the trophy for the Chariot races that used to be held at Ryerson, usually before football games in the 1950s. From 1953 to the early 1980's it was carried at the front of the procession at convocation on a pillow.

At Kodak Heights / Canadian Kodak Co.

At Kodak Heights was a bimonthly magazine, first published in January 1921, intended to foster communication among employees of Canadian Kodak Co. Ltd.

The full lineage of internal publications for Kodak Canada employees ran as follows: At Kodak Heights was succeeded by Kodak in 1936. In 1955, the name was changed to Canadian Kodakery. In 1975, the name was changed again to Kodak Canada News. In 1986, this publication was succeeded by In Focus; and in 1994, the name changed to its final title, Kodakery Canada.

Kodak Canada Inc.

David Reville fonds

  • F 824
  • collection
  • 1978 - 2015

This fonds contains textual records generated or collected by David Reville relating to various aspects of his academic and political careers.

Reville, David

Indigenous People

Item contains stereographs depicting Indigenous Peoples and settlements

20 Stereoscopic photographs by Keystone View Co.
4 Stereoscopic photographs by Underwood & Underwood
1 Stereoscopic photograph by Strohmeyer & Wyman
1 Stereoscopic photograph by J. F. Jarvis
1 Stereoscopic photograph by the Canada View Co.
1 Stereoscopic photograph by H. C. White Co.
1 Stereoscopic Photograph by Griffith & Griffith
22 Stereoscopic photographs by unidentified publishers

Ken Van Velzer Polaroid Collection

  • 2018.10
  • Collection
  • [1910-2000?]

The collection contains Polaroid cameras and accessories. Material includes a variety of cameras, containers, parts and ephemera relating to Polaroid photography

Portrait of man in suit with long moustache

Item is a white cabinet card with photograph of a man in a plain suit with wide tie and tie clip visible. Man has a long, neat moustache. On verso, elaborate engraving of a rail car with the text "Photographed BY THE/ PALACE R.R. PHOTOGRAPH CAR CO." Text in image at bottom left, "FLEWWELLINGS[RYDYW?]".

Palace R.R. Photograph Car Co.

Stereographs, The Phillippines

File consists of stereographs depicting structures, famous locations, and scenes in the Philippines.

3 stereoscopic photographs by Keystone View Co.
2 stereoscopic photograph by Kilburn Brothers, in association with James M. Davis
1 stereoscopic photograph by Underwood & Underwood
1 stereoscopic photograph by H. C. White Co.
2 stereoscopic photographs by unidentified publishers

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

Course Calendars

File contains digital pdf copies of course calendars for the Yeates School of Graduate Studies. Calendars between 2006-2013 are divided by term (Fall, Winter, Spring/Summer) and full year calendars starting in the 2013-2014 school year.

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.

John McCallum fonds

  • F 170
  • collection
  • 1960-1990

Fonds contains records and writings created and collected by John McCallum.

McCallum, John

Alumnae oral histories

File contains 9 audiocassettes with interviews conducted by a Mary (Sandals) Caesar, class of 1965. She interviewed members of earlier graduating classes about their recollections of training and working as a nurse. Interviewees include Helen Carruthers, class of 1916; Gladys (Bateman) Steele, class of 1916; Florence (Stewart) Roberts, class of 1919; Isobel (MacGillivray) Carleton, class of 1919; Jessie (Campbell) Smith, class of 1919; Grace (Mitchell) Berry, class of 1927; Grace Bolton Farthing, class of 1933; and one class of 1925 graduate.

Caesar, Mary (Sandals)

Florence (Stewart) Roberts and Isobel (MacGillivray) Smith

One audiocassette. Side A has continued interview with Florence (Stewart) Roberts, class of 1919 (See RG 976.01.02.01.02 for beginning of interview). Side A also has start of interview with Isobel (MacGillivray) Smith, class of 1919. Her interview continues on to Side B. See RG 946.01.02.01.04 for continuation of her interview.

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.

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.

Special Events

Series contains items and files related to various events held by The Wellesley Hospital. Included events are long service awards, the Wellesley Auxiliary anniversary, the 25 year club, and the cornerstone laying and grand opening of the Medical Building.

Reports

Series consists of Reports created by various departments and organizations in the Wellesley Hospital. Included are annual reports from the Wellesley Auxiliary, The Board of Governors, and the Research Institute.

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.

Florence Nightingale letter to Louise Darche

Letter written to Louise Darche from Florence Nightingale. Louise Darche was the superintendent of The New York City Training School for Nurses from 1888-1898. The two met when Miss Darche travelled to London in 1893. In the letter Florence Nightingale references Henry Bonham Carter, her first cousin and Secretary of the Nightingale Fund. The photograph (RG 946.02.02.02) was also referenced in the letter and was sent by Mr. Bonham Carter to Miss Darche.

Nightingale, Florence

Artifacts

Series contains artifacts pertaining to the Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing. The bulk of the series is student and graduation uniforms. Also included are World War I objects, a doll, a platter, a candle holder, and a pins and medals.

Reports

Series consists of various reports created by or relating to the Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing. They include:

RG 946.03.03.01 Annual reports
RG 946.03.03.02 Transfer of Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing to Ryerson Polytechnical Institute
RG 946.03.03.03 Budget reports
RG 946.03.03.04 Nurse conduct reporting form
RG 946.03.03.05 Principal's report and application for admission into Wellesley
RG 946.03.03.06 Wellesley School of Nursing programmed change

Committees

Series contains files of records relating to various committees within the Wellesley School of Nursing. Included are:

RG 946.03.10.01 Curriculum Committee
RG 946.03.10.02 Role of the Public Health Nurse in Schools committee
RG 946.03.10.03 Nursing Library, and Audio-Visual Committee
RG 946.03.10.04 Bursary and Loan Committee

Student fashion show, 1974

Photographs of Wellesley 2nd year nursing students modeling clothing in a fashion show held March 28, 1974. The show's theme was "Spring" and was held in the cafeteria. All clothing was supplied by The Patricia White Shop. The show was organized by 2nd year students and raised $400 dollars to help with graduation costs. Two of the photographs were published in the May 1974 Wellesley World newspaper.

Picadilly Night, 1973

Two photographs from "Picadilly Night". Picadilly night was an annual event held in the cafeteria by the Student Nurses to raise money for student scholarships. One photograph shows three women tickets at Picadilly Night 1973. The second photograph shows two student nurses Sandra Millbrook and Brenda Rol looking at a pillow cover at Picadilly Night, 1974. Photograph published in the January 1974 Wellesley World magazine.

1970 Winter formal

The School of Nursing's Winter formal was held January 30, 1970 at the Royal York Hotel. Photograph of three men and three women in evening wear walking together in a row. Photograph was published in the Spring 1970 edition of the Wellesley World magazine.

1967 Winter formal

File contains photographs and contact sheet of photographs from the Nursing Winter Formal. Included is a photograph of four couples posing in front of pillars on an ornate balcony. The other photograph is of four Wellesley Nursing students holding the Canadian Centennial maple leaf logo. The women in the photograph are (clockwise): Carolyn Riva, Virginia Vicary, Berenice Arentz, and Sandra Williams. This photograph was published as the front cover of The Wellesley World, the hospital's newsletter/magazine.

Nicholls, Roy

Miscellaneous

File contains three photographs. Topics include an early outdoor event on hospital grounds, Dorothy Eden and Dorothy Arnot addressing a group on a tour of the hospital, and a group of student nurses walking through the hospital corridor singing.

New nurses' residence

A new nurses' residence was built after The Wellesley amalgamated with Toronto General Hospital. The cornerstone was laid by Ontario Premier Leslie Frost during a ceremony held June 29, 1952. The building opened June 29, 1953. In 1971 the building, now being used as offices, was re-named the Elsie K. Jones building.
File contains photographs of the sod turning, cornerstone laying, and interior and exterior photographs of the residence.

Mary Willmina Ferguson portrait

Photograph of Mary Willmina Ferguson. Born October 13, 1889 in Richards Falls, Ontario. She was a member of Wellesley's first graduating class in 1915. She signed up with Canada's overseas expeditionary force as a member of the Canadian Army Medical Corps on January 31st, 1916. She received a British War Medal, a Victory (Inter-allied) War Medal and 2 Mentioned in despatches oak leaf sprays for her service over seas.
Removed from the the back of the frame was a yellow piece of cardstock with writing "Miss Willmina Ferguson Class 1915 - 1st graduating class) Wellesley. Meant a great deal to Miss F. [Fitled] in wherever she could help. Miss Ferguson went overseas in 1st world war. She was an outstanding nurse and very well thought of by everyone. A kind, thoughtful, intelligent person. Married later in life to Mr. F. Adams. We were very proud of her."

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