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Booklets and books published by the Graphic Arts Department

RG 56.6.1 -- "Planogram" - Lithography class of 1954
RG 56.6.2 -- "Graphic Arts Topics" - Lithography class of 1950
RG 56.6-3 -- "Footprints" - class of 1951
RG 56.6-4 -- "In Passing" - class of 1953
RG 56.6-5 -- "Opus III" - class of 1952
RG 56.6-6 -- "Suo Marte" - class of 1955
RG 56.6-7 -- "Graphic Arts Manual" - Lithography class of 1950-1952


1997:MANAGEmentality - Thinking Through The Theories
1998:MIRT: Managerial/Marketing Issues Relating To Technology
1999:Digital Possibilities2001:The Convergence Of Media

Function Magazine

This was a joint publication with Image Arts until 2000/01.Co-arranged with Image Arts: Collection Record RG 55.51.The School of Image became the solo publisher with the 2002/03 issue. An issue for 2001/02 was not produced.

Class of 1952 photograph

This print was donated to the Archives, via the School of Graphic Communications, by an alumnus and the GCM Alumni Association executive member. The alumnus was present at the official opening of the GCM Building: Heidelberg Centre on April 7, 2003.

" Winning Concept" catalogue

Catalogue of design entries for the Winning Concept contest to create and display designs and/or concepts for lottery games to the lottery industry. This catalogue contains entries by Ryerson Graphic Communication Mgmt. students.

Miscellaneous Newpapers and Magazines

Samples of newspapers and magazine used by retired faculty member Mel (M.M.) Johnston, as a teaching aid, during his tenure at Ryerson. These samples include:

  1. The Public Ledger (Philadelphia), Vol. 1 #1, March 25, 1836, 26 x 39cm.
  2. Scientific American Supplement No. 17, Week ending April 22, 1876, 29 x 40cm.
  3. The Virgina Gazette, Number 14, From March 30 to April 6, 1951, 32 x 45cm.

Program Review Process

File contains:
Program Review - Graph Arts Mgmt. June 1978
Program Review - Graphic Arts Mgmt. March 1980
Program Review - Graphic Arts Mgmt. Feb. 1982
RPRP - Graphic Arts Mgmt. May 1982PRP - Academic Quality Element c 1990
PRP - Societal Need Element c1990
PRP - Financial Viability Element Jan. 31, 1991
Proposed Curriculum Revision October 1997
Modified Curriculum Revision December, 1997