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Fall 1990 release schedule

File contains film stills and textual records related to Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation's release schedule for the Fall season of 1990. Films included are "Pacific Heights", "Miller's Crossing", "Marked for Death", "Home Alone", "Predator II", "Edward Scissorhands", and "Come See the Paradise".

Brodie MacPherson photographic chemical fonds

  • F 2009.006
  • Fonds
  • [19--]

Bottles of photographic chemicals used by Brodie Macpherson in his home lab. Most are glass bottles with cork stoppers, a few Seagram's beer bottles and other re-purposed household containers, with handwritten labels indicating their contents.

Macpherson, Brodie

Ryerson Blazer

Navy blue blazers with a patch on breast pocket of Egerton Ryerson.

RG 0.01.04.01
RG 0.01.04.02

Ryerson had two crests designed in the early years. The first crest, blue, gold and white, approved in 1949, is round with the name “Ryerson Institute of Technology” and a head and shoulders sketch of Egerton Ryerson and the date 1948.
In addition to student use, blazers were worn by cheerleaders, ushers and usherettes at plays, convocation and other ceremonial occasions, the glee club, the choir and the Ryerson band.
With Howard Kerr's efforts, the crest was replaced in 1966 when the College of Arms in London, England granted Ryerson its own official crest.

Laurie McGaw framed artworks

File contains two artworks by Canadian artist Laurie McGaw:

RG 0.03.12.01 - Oakham House exterior ; 64 x 74 cm including frame ; 41 x 54 cm illustration alone ; ink and watercolour
RG 0.03.12.02 - Ryerson Hall exterior ; 64 x 84 cm including frame ; 42 x 64 cm illustration alone ; ink and watercolour

RPI Signs

File consists of signs for Ryerson Polytechnic Institute including signs for the legal assistance clinic hours, residence visitors, and the prohibition of card playing in the great hall.

Ryerson Exhibition Area - event posters

File consists of posters for a variety of events staged at the Ryerson Exhibition Area. Includes posters for:

Society for Technical Communication - Publications & Technical Art Exhibit
Media Centre Annual Display of Graphics, Prints, Slides
Interior Design Reviews and Graduation Presentations
The Film and Television Design Work of Nikolai Soloviov
Theatre Designs by Staff and Students of the Theatre Department
Electrical Light Centennial
Theatre Department - Costumes From the Past
Ryerson Community Artists
Drawings By Children in China
A Display of Works By Architecture and Landscape Architecture
Lion In Winter - Costumes from Ryerson Theatre Department Studio Production
Interior Design Faculty Shows
IOS TV & Film Scenography
Computer Graphic Art
Fibre To Fabric - Articles Hand Spun and Hand Woven by the Toronto Guild of Spinners and Weavers
Theatre Department - Recent Designs by Tony Abrams, Resident Designer
Film and Photography Department
Ryerson Community Avocations
Synopsis - Young Canadian Artists
Architectural Technology and Landscape
Leonardo Da Vinci Inventions - IBM Canada Collection of Working Models
Famous Faces - Drawings by Tocam
Theatre Department - Costumes From School for Scandal
Photojournalism from the National Film Board of Canada
Hospitality - Hors D'Oeuvres
Watercolours by Maureen Baker
CBC Institute of Scenography

miscellaneous posters - non Ryerson

File contains a collection of posters with no apparent Ryerson connection, that had been collected but not accessioned at some point in the 1980s. Posters in this file include:

Mackenzie Printing Establishment - Mackenzie House
The Grange
Tocam poster "E Egal Em Ce Deux"
Bittersweet: An Exhibition: Women in Ontario 1900-1975
Sensory City 74
Peking Opera of China
A.E. LePage Poster with image of Toronto Skyline December 1971
Giltmaskface Akhenaton, King of Egypt, A Fantasy Play for Solo Actor John Stuart Anderson
Illustration of female figure by unidentified artist (print 6/50)
Come with Conklin - Conklin Shows recruitment poster

Beer (Ginger) stoneware bottle

A two-toned stoneware bottle that may have been used for ginger beer produced by the O’Keefe Brewery in the early 1900s. The top of the bottle has been broken off. Measurements: 16cm high and 6.5cm in diameter. The black lettering stamped around the bottom of the bottle identifies it as a product of O’Keefe Beverages Limited, Toronto, Canada. This bottle was found behind Oakham House during renovations in 2004

Epidiascope projector

One epidiascope of unknown origin. It is presumed that is was used for classes at Ryerson.
An epidiascope (opaque projector, epidioscope, or episcope) is a device which displays opaque materials by shining a bright lamp onto the object from above. A system of mirrors, prisms and/or imaging lenses is used to focus an image of the material onto a viewing screen.

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.

Car Pools

This file contains proposal for a car pool system at RPI, City of Toronto postal code map, Share-A-Ride card, memorandums.

Energy Centre Projects: audio visual

Items on videotape include:

  1. This is Ryerson,
  2. Wind Turbine Project,
  3. Energy Conservation Project,
  4. Solar Cooking in Developing Countries, and
  5. Festival of Energy. (Duplication of RG 104-55).

Research and Innovation newsletter

This file contains Research and Innovation Newsletter for faculty at Ryerson involved in research, development and/or business activities; published quarterly by The Office of Research and Innovation.

Meincke report

This file contains Report of the Committee on Appointments in the Academic Administration including: Search Committees and Appointments in the Academic Administration, Principles, Procedures and Composition; and Length of Terms of Chairmen, Deans and the Vice-President Academic.

Ryerson Camps

File contains rrecords related to Ryerson camps including the Summer Day Camp, the March Break Sports Camp, Kids Radio Camp, and Teen Leadership programs. It includes registration forms, flyers, brochures, and notices.

Ryerson Camps

Athletic facility 2009 referendum posters

On November 24, 2008 the Board of Governors of Ryerson University approved a referendum from among all graduate and undergraduate students enrolled in full- and part-time degree programs on a question of supporting the construction and operation of a new Sports and Recreation facility. File includes posters, emails, memos, stickers, and news stories

Ingrid Bryan fonds

  • F 301
  • Fonds
  • 1978-2000

Fonds consists of materials authored and co-authored by Ingrid Bryan. The fonds has been divided into series - Papers, Books, Book chapters, and Articles.

Bryan, Ingrid

Papers

Series contains papers authored and co-authored by Ingrid Bryan.

Articles

Series contains an article published by Ingrid Bryan.

Administrative materials

Series contains textual records related to various aspects of administration/running of the Ryerson School of Nutrition.

Report of preliminary findings: A Study Of Food Behaviour Patterns of a Sample of Women In The Metropolitan Toronto Area, Fall 1980

This file contains "Report of Preliminary Findings of A Study Of The Food Behavior Patterns Of A Sample Of Women In The Metropolitan Toronto Area, Fall 1980', authored by Rheta Rosen, Jennifer Welsh, Mary Foster, and students in the Senior Research Methods Class. This Report was prepared for presentation at C.U.T.H.E. Meeting, Halifax, NS.

Interdisciplinary Studies Minors

This file contains memorandums, reports, Draft Prospectus document in regards to Interdisciplinary Studies on Arts and Community Services, and document "Interdisciplinary Studies Minors Program Evaluation. Reseach Proposal".

Centre for Studies in Food Security

The files consists of promotional, seminars, and newsletters related to The Centre in Studies for Food Security, which was established in 1994 to promote food security through research, dissemination, education, community action and professional practice.

The NCFS Newsletter

This file contains Food, Nutrition, Consumer and Family Studies/The NCFS Newsletter produced by the School of Nutrition, Consumer and Family Studies.

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