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Media Centre subject photographs - prints and negatives

Photographs taken by Ryerson photographers to document events and people at Ryerson. The projects were taken for program brochures or for Ryerson publications such as "The Forum".

Ryerson Media Centre

Thomas Meacock fonds

  • F 807
  • Arquivo
  • 1961

This fonds contains the following files:

F 807.01- Blueprints: Howard Kerr Hall - Unit III, 1961.

F 807.02 - General Trades: Contract Requirements for Fixed Sum Contract - Howard Kerr Hall - Unit III, 1961.

Meacock, Thomas

Inuit Family by Fort Magnesia, Cape Sabine, Ellesmere Land

This item contains a stereograph part of Keystone View Company's series (negative number V13334, number 390 from series 400). It shows three individuals, two seated and one standing, inside of a dwelling. The verso of the card has stereotypical information on Inuit culture and life in Ellesmere Island, Nunavut.

Keystone View Company

Review of Journalism

Started in the Spring of 1984 as a yearly publication by the School of Journalism, it became a twice yearly publication in 1995 with Spring and Summer editions. In 2011 it switched to summer and winter editions. In 2013 the RRJ began publishing only one edition again. The editors of the journal are all Ryerson Students.

In May of 2021 a renaming committee recommended that the names of both the Ryersonian and the Ryerson Review of Journalism should be changed. The School Council unanimously approved these motions. Ryerson was removed from the name of the magazine. The Spring 2022 edition was the first with the new name "Review of Journalism".

These changes are in line with the University's announcement of its intention to change the name of the University, which occurred in Spring 2022 - Toronto Metropolitan University. This change was one of 22 recommendations put forward by the Standing Strong Taskforce whose mandate was to to develop principles to guide commemoration at the university and to respond to the history and legacy of Egerton Ryerson within the context of the university’s values.

School of Journalism

In the good old summer time

Black and white composited of 6 images pasted to a board with "In the Good Old Summer Time" printed on it. Photographs feature the men's baseball team and company lawn bowling games. It was published in the November 1921 edition of the employee newsletter "At Kodak Heights".

Kodak Canada Inc.

Miscellaneous American theatre programs

Series consists of 1 file of 7 theatre programs published in the United States of America by the following theatres and theatre companies: 1 Artpark (1994), 1 Buffalo Centre for the Performing Arts (1979), 1 Ford's Theatre Society (1982), 2 Hangar Theatre (1987, 1991), 1 Shubert Theatre (1991), and 1 Weber Theatre Wheaton College (2003).

Australian theatre programs

Series consists of 3 theatre programs published in Australia by 2 Queensland Theatre Company (1975), and 1 Travesties Company (1978).

Anita Theatre programs

File contains Playbill programs for the Anita Theatre. Plays include: Night and Day, and A Man For All Seasons.

Al Hirschfeld Theatre programs

File contains Playbill programs for the Anita Theatre. Plays include: Night and Day, and A Man For All Seasons. Plays include: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and Wonderful Town.

The Booth Theatre programs

File contains Playbill programs for the Booth Theatre. Plays include: The Tenth Man, Tru, The Most Happy Fella, and Sunday in the Park with George.

Broadhurst theatre programs

File contains Playbill programs for the Broadhurst Theatre. Plays include: Amadeus, Aspects of Love, Never Gonna Dance, and the Odd Couple.

Eugene O'Neill Theatre programs

File contains Playbill programs for the Eugene O'Neill Theatre. Plays include: Nine the Musical, Waiting in the Wings, Book of Mormon, Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.

Imperial Theatre programs

File contains Playbill programs for the Imperial Theatre. Plays include: The Mystery of Edwin Drood, and Jerome Robbins' Broadway.

Miscellaneous New York City theatre programs

File consists of 11 theatre programs published by the following theatres in New York City: 2 The American Film Theatre (1974), 1 ANTA Washington Square Theatre (1964), 1 Artpark (1981), 1 Carnegie Hall (1965), 1 Irish Repertory Theatre (2005), 1 Provincetown Playhouse (1960), 2 Radio City Music Hall (1984, 1995), 1 68th Street Playhouse (1970), 1 Sullivan Street Playhouse (1960), and 2 Miscellaneous.

Majestic Theatre programs

File contains Playbill programs for the Majestic Theatre. Plays include: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, and Fiddler on the Roof.

Martin Back Theatre programs

File contains Playbill programs for the Martin Beck Theatre. Plays include: Kiss Me Kate, Into the Woods, and Grand Hotel the Musical.

Marquis Theatre programs

File contains Playbill programs for the Marquis Theatre. Plays include: La Cage aux Folles, Thoroughly Modern Milly, and Victor Victoria

The Metropolitan Opera programs

File contains Playbill and Stagebill programs for the Metorpolitan Opera. Productions include: Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg, and The Merry Widow.

Minskoff Theatre programs

File contains Playbill programs for the Minskoff Theatre. Productions include: Fiddler on the Roof, Block and Blue, The Scarlet Pimpernel.

Palace Theatre programs

File contains Playbill programs for the Palace Theatre. Productions include: the Will Rogers Follies, La Cage aux Folles, and Ceasar and Cleopatra.

Plymouth Theatre programs

File contains Playbill programs for the Plymouth Theatre. Productions include: Jekyll & Hyde, The Real Thing, Irma La Douce, and Gideon.

Shubert Theatre programs

File contains Playbill programs for the Shubert Theatre. Productions include: Wait Until Dark, Here's Love, and Crazy for You.

St. James Theatre programs

File contains Playbill programs for the St. James Theatre. Productions include: Hello Dolly!, Two Gentlemen of Verona, My One and Only, and High Society.

Miscellaneous New York theatres

File contains Playbill and Showcase programs for various New York City theatres, including: 46th Street Theatre, 68th Street Playhouse, Actor's Playhouse, Alvin Theatre, Belasco Theatre, Biltmore Theatre, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, Cort Theatre, Douglas Fairbanks Theatre, Hudson Theatre, Forrest Theatre, Lamb's Theatre, Lincoln Centre, Lyceum Theatre, Mark Helinger Theatre, Morosco Theatre, The Music Box, Nederlander Theatre, New Apollo, Palsson's Supper Club, Royale Theatre, Stardust, Virginia Theatre, and Walter Kerr Theatre.

Miscellaneous, Northern Ireland theatre programs

File consists of 11 theatre programs published by the following theatres and theatre companies in Ireland: 2 Abbey Theater (1988, 1990), 1 The Arts Theatre (1990), 1 Belfast Theater Company (1997), 3 The Gate Theatre (1989, 1990, 2000), 2 Gaiety Theatre (1987, 2000), and 1 Grand Opera House (1987).

Theatre Program Collection

  • 2011.006
  • Coleção
  • [ca. 1960] - 2010

Collection consists of theatre programs from Great Britain and Ireland, Broadway venues in New York, and from various theatres in the provinces of Quebec and Ontario, including the Shaw and Stratford Festivals. Opera and symphony programmes are also included in this collection.

To browse the individual items in this series, click on the "View the list" link under the "See the sous-fonds, series or sub-series lists for this collection" title (to the right of the page).

Canadian Opera Company

The American Cereal Company

Item is a photomechanical reproductioon stereocard produced as a giveaway by the American Cereal Co. The cards were included in the packaging of Pettijohn's Breakfast Food cereal. The company was also giving away stere-viewers when consumers sent in a cut out from the packaging along with 50 cents.

The American Cereal Co.

C.P. Venizia stereographs

File contains photographic stereocards depicting Italian architectural sites by Carlo Ponte and Carlo Naya, including St. Peters (Rome), the entrance to the Grand Canal (Venice), Metropolitan Cathedral-Basilica of the Nativity of Saint Mary (Milan), the Porta Magna Arsenal (Venice), PIazza San Marco (Venice), the Giants Staircase of the Doges Palace (Venice), the Roman Amphitheater (Verona). Some stereocards published under the name "C. Naya Venise".

C. P. Venezia

WECA Comic Book Collection

  • F 2015.003
  • Coleção
  • 1941-1946

Fonds consists of 181 comic books, produced in Canada, mainly during World War II, after the War Exchange Conservation Act (WECA), on December 2, 1940 classified American comics as "luxury goods" and limited their importation. These comics are also known as the "Canadian Whites" (due to the fact that the comics were black and white, except for the covers), the comics were published by Commercial Signs of Canada, which consisted of brothers Cyril (Cy) and Gene Bell, with investor John Ezrin. Publication began in the summer of 1941 and included titles Wow Comics, Active Comics, Dime Comics, and Joke Comics. '

In the winter of 1942, Commercial Signs absorbed another publishing house, Hillborough Studios, and renamed the company Bell Features. The acquisition brought the "Triumph Comics" title, and two more, Dizzy Don Detective (later retitled The Funny
Comics), and Commando Comics, soon followed.

When WECA was repealed in June of 1944 and American comic books were once again available to Canadians, Bell Features attempted to remain competitive by expanding their market into the US and the UK, and by publishing some titles in colour. Due to a lack of available newsprint, however, the company shifted its focus on Canadian content and began reprinting American titles.

Source: Scanlon, Meaghan. (10 July, 2015). Written, Drawn and Printed in Canada ---- by Canadians!”
Bell Features, CanCon, and the Perception of Comics in Postwar Canada. Presentation for SHARP Montreal.

Bell Features and Publishing Company Limited

Praxinoscope Theatre

This item consists of a Praxinoscope Theatre created by Charle-Emile Renauld in 1879.

This early animation device uses strips of hand-drawn animations placed on the inside a spinning cylinder with mirrors in order to view the animation reflected inside. This Praxinoscope Theatre has 9 hand-painted animated cardboard strips and 6 background illustrations, allowing the viewer to coordinate different animations

The Praxinoscope Theatre can be seen as a Theatre Optique adapted for a consumer and toy market. Instead of using a projector, the tabletop viewer allows users to look into a window to view the animated pictures. As stated on the device’s box, the toy could be placed by a window to use daylight, and at night a candle was used as the light source. The animation device and its components fit within a wooden box.

Charles-Emile Reynaud

Publications

File contains copies of books authored/published by the Ryerson Image Centre.

Newsletter

File contains newsletters emailed to mailing list. Newsletter contains information about events, exhibitions, and general gallery information. Initially called News and Events, it changed its name to Events and Exhibitions, and finally What's On - Events and Exhibitions.

Symposium, lectures, conferences

File contains materials relating to RIC symposiums, lecutures and conferences, including :

Symposiums :
Edward Burtynsky : Oil Symposium (2011)
About Photographic Collections : Defintions, Descriptions, Access (January 19 - January 21, 2012) ;
Berenic Abbott : Photographs (2012) ;
The 'Public Life' of Photographs (May 9-11, 2013)

Exhibitions and Events

Includes promotional, educational and publicity material for exhibitions and events held at the RIC including :

The Ryerson Image Centre Grand Opening ;
Toronto Convention About Photographic Collections : Definitions, Descriptions, Access ;
The inaugural exhibition, Archival Dialogues : Reading the Black Star Collection ;
Bernice Abbott: Photographs ;
Human Rights Human Wrongs ;
The 'Public Life' of Photographs ;
Phil Bergerson : Emblems and Remnants of the American Dream ;
Remembering The Real Winnie : The World's Most Famous Bear Turns 100 ;
Photography Historians : A New Generation? ;
All That Glitters : Carole Tanenbaum Vintage Collection Jewelry Benefit.

Ryerson Image Centre

Gallery and Research Centre post cards

The oversized post cards are artist renderings of the completed renovations of the Image Arts Building and advertise the future opening of the new gallery and research centre, anticipated to open on September 29, 2012. Before the opening took place, the gallery's name was changed to the Ryerson Image Centre (RIC).

The Image Centre

Materials relating to the Image Centre including news, publicity, exhibitions, programming and photographic documentation.

Toronto Met University Magazine

This file contains the University magazine published twice a year by the Office of University Advancement.

The magazine Alumni Relations publishes for the alumni started in 1962 as, The Rambler.

Alumni Relations felt the magazine needed to prominently show the school name in the masthead. With the Spring 1997 issue, the name changed to "Ryerson Magazine". The magazine was to be more than just an alumni affairs journal -- it was also to be used to help recruit new students and to communicate with university associates.

The next two issues, Spring 2001 and Fall 2001 were entitled, "Ryerson University the magazine".

Quickly another rename called the magazine, " Alumni magazine" with the Winter 2002/03. This name was used until the Winter 2010 issue.

In January 2011 a redesign gave another name, "Ryerson University Magazine, for Alumni and Friends". It is current and ongoing.

In April 2022 the University changed its name to Toronto Metropolitan University, so with the Summer 2022 edition the magazine changed its name to Toronto Met University Magazine.

New Wave Magazine

Series contains McClung's magazine (1992-2017) and New Wave Magazine (2018-).

Minolta - 16 EE

Item is a subminiature camera with Rokkor F2.8/25mm lens, which used 9mm proprietary cassette film. This model of the Minolta 16 line features a selenium light meter and shutter-priority automatic exposure.

Vocational Training schools and Training and Re-establishment Institutes

  • RG 58
  • Arquivo
  • 1935-1947

The record group contains records created during the period 1937-1947 relating to vocational training for Canada's wartime and post-war (World War II) returning veterans. The bulk of the materials relates to the Toronto Training and Re-establishment Institute located at 50 Gould Street in the old Department of Education offices and buildings. Materials include books, photographs, reports, catalogues, brochures, objects, and textual records.

Toronto Training and Re-establishment Institute

David Barr

File contains photographs of David Barr. Mr. Barr was the speaker at the Ryerson IMPACT lecture series. Mr. Barr, at the time, was the acting Executive Director of Communications for the Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Communication.
Photograph published in the March 8, 1985 edition of the "FORUM".

Convocation regalia

Box of miscellaneous items including Howard Kerr's convocation gowns, various convocation hoods, a mortar board hat and a gavel from TRIT.

Professor Reginald Soame

Colour image of Ryesron Photographic Arts professor Reginald Soame (right) standing beside two unidenitified men.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Graduate in quad

Colour image of graduate in a gown posing for photograph beside a woman in a green coat and white hat. Photograph taken in the Quad.

Horney, Charles Roy, Mr.

Ted Rogers School of Management

  • RG 222
  • Arquivo
  • 1967-2014

The fonds contains a variety of materials including newspapers, newsletters, correspondence, advertising, photographs, programmes, and brochures related to the Business Division, Business Administration Division, Faculty of Business and the Ted Rogers School of Management.

Ted Rogers School of Management

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