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Photograph & Film Technology Collection

  • 2005.005
  • Collection
  • 1880 - 2008

This collection consists of photographic films, papers and chemicals used by various individuals for amateur or professional purposes. The collection also includes camera accessories, flash equipment, various lenses, exposure meters (light meters) and equpiment used for darkroom processing and printing. This is a growing collection, created to help preserve the materials used for analogue photographic developing, printing and enlarging.

CKLN Radio

  • RG 456
  • Fonds
  • 1970 - 2011

Fonds contains textual, graphic, and audio records, and artifacts related to CKLN FM 88.1 radio station.

CKLN Radio

various CKLN Hip-Hop & Rap on-air broadcasts

File contains a collection of audio cassettes containing recordings of various CKLN Hip Hop shows. Tapes in this file include:

Side A: CKLN Soul Fusion Express Aug 2002
Side A: Power Move 88.1 Hero-Hobo Biggie Concert. Side B: House 88.1 Trombones
Side A: CKLN Soul Fusion Express 2003
Side A: CKLN Vibes + Vinyl 2002
Side A: CKLN Vibes + Vinyl 2003. Side B: CKLN Fear Edit Joe Rizla 2003
Side A: 88.1 Loungin'
Side A: 88.1 Real Frequency 2002
Side A: CKLN Real Frequency 2003
Side A: CKLN 88.1 Loungin' (1999)
Side A: CKLN Fear Edit 2003
Side A: CKLN House Music '88
Side A: CKLN 88.1 Soul Oasis
Side A: CKLN Soul Fusion 2002 Express
Side A: CKLN House Music Loungin'
Side A: CKLN Fear Edit Joe Rizla 2003
Side A: House V&V

various CKLN Hip-Hop & Rap on-air broadcasts - digital files

  • 456.05.01.01
  • File part
  • 1987 - 2003
  • Part of CKLN Radio

Collection of digital audio files of on-air CKLN Hip-Hop show broadcasts. Audio files in this file include:

DJ Mix from 87 + CKLN from 87-88.mp3
1990 No Delayin Mixes.mp3
CKLN 1994 ISH.mp3
CKLN Fantastic Voyage Program - 1989.mp3
Fantastic Voyage Program - 1988.mp3
CKLN Powermove 1991 PHAT.mp3
CKLN Power Move Show 1991 Mastermind DJ X.mp3
CKLN Power Move Show 1992.mp3
CKLN Power Move Show Late 1991.mp3

Ryerson Press Collection

  • 2017.014
  • Collection
  • 1862-1997

Collection contains books published by Ryerson Press in Toronto between 1862 and 1971. Subjects include educational texts and guides, Canadian history, religion, fiction and poetry. The collection also includes 3 boxes of records from Ryerson Press, including authors contracts, correspondence, and memorandums.

The Ryerson Press

Night Views newspaper

  • RG 24.5
  • File
  • 1989-2007
  • Part of CESAR

File contains editions of the Night Views newspaper, Ryerson students' newspaper for C.E., DE., Part Time and Off Campus Students.

Ryerson Free Press newspaper

  • RG 24.29
  • File
  • 2007-2012
  • Part of CESAR

In July 2007 CESAR renamed their monthly circulation from "Nightviews" to "Ryerson Free Press". The name change also brought a new editorial approach to an increase in activist reporting and less about activities around the Ryerson community. Due to labour disruption, the last issue was September 2012.

Kodak Minstrels

Item consists of 3 mounted photographs of 3 group portraits of performers in the Kodak Minstrel Show. The first image depicts a group of 31 men and one child posing on stage with an 8 person orchestra and a director in front of the stage. All but one man on the stage is in blackface, wearing makeup and wigs.

The second group photographs depicts 30 male performers, all but one in blackface, wearing makeup and wigs, posed on a stage with a group of 7 male musicians posed in front of the stage.

The third image is a portrait of nine (9) women dressed in blackface, with makeup and matching stripped hats and dresses.

The performers were part of the Kodak Minstrel Show, performed by Canadian Kodak employees and held occasionally by the Kodak Athletics Association (KAA) during the 1920's. One image, at least, is of the group that performed at the Kodak Theatre on February 17th and 18th, 1921.

Minstrel shows are style of variety show, most popular during the late 19th and early 20th century, in which white performers use make-up and costumes to depict stereotyped caricatures of southern African Americans. The genre originated in the United States, but Canada had its own troupes and touring companies, and the format was popular with schools, community groups, and religious organizations.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Kodak Minstrels

Item consists of a mounted photograph depicting the cast of the Kodak Minstrel Show, that took place on May 3rd, 1920. The cast of 35 includes 32 men, most of whom are in blackface, wearing wigs and makeup, and three women in regular dress. Minstrel variety shows were performed occasionally during the 1920's by Canadian Kodak employees as part of the Kodak Athletics Association (KAA) activities.

Minstrel shows are style of variety show, most popular during the late 19th and early 20th century, in which white performers use make-up and costumes to depict stereotyped caricatures of southern African Americans. The genre originated in the United States, but Canada had its own troupes and touring companies, and the format was popular with schools, community groups, and religious organizations.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Burgess & Seymour, a study in black and white (Kodak Minstrels)

Item is a mounted photograph depicting two Canadian Kodak employees, one identified as draftsman F.A. Seymour and the other only identified as Burgess. The image is of the two employees performing a skit originally performed in the Canadian Kodak Minstrel Show of February 17-18, 1921, which was, according to an included clipping, repeated at a bazaar held by the Toronto Technical School. The skit consists two easels, on which the two performers have drawn sketches of different Kodak girls. One of the performers (Burgess) is in blackface, as part of the Minstrel variety show performed occasionally during the 1920's by Kodak employees as part of the Kodak Athletics Association (KAA) activities.

Minstrel shows are style of variety show, most popular during the late 19th and early 20th century, in which white performers use make-up and costumes to depict stereotyped caricatures of southern African Americans. The genre originated in the United States, but Canada had its own troupes and touring companies, and the format was popular with schools, community groups, and religious organizations.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Photographs

Sixty-two colour and black & white photos of Circle K Club activities including District Convention, parades and children sponsored by Ryerson Circle K in various parts of the world. Some early photos are identified.

First Edition Photobook Award

  • 2015.004
  • Collection
  • 2014-2018

Collection contains books created by the winners of the First Edition Book Award. The Award was established to honor 3rd year photography students who have made exceptional achievements in photobook production. It provides incentive for them to achieve early recognition that will have a lasting legacy in our collection.

As part of MPS507, a 3rd year Image Arts class in The Photographic Book, students are expected to conceive of and create their own book. This is, in part, related to work that has been completed in the co-requisite class, MPS506 - Photographic Production. These are both required courses for the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Image Arts) Photography Studies Option.

The Award was established in 2015, enabling the Library to annually purchase the top five books in the class, as judged by the professor, and the Special Collections Librarian. Books are judged at the year end exhibition of the books and evaluation is focused particularly on design, sequencing, and integration of images and text.

Winning books are catalogued in the Ryerson Library system, including a note about the award, and housed in Special Collections. Occasional exhibits are created to showcase the works.

2015 Winners:
Rebecca Zynomirski, Sheila's Tropical Vacation (Toronto: Rebecca Zynomirski, 2014). TR655.Z96 2014
Lodoe Laura Haines, Stateless / Photographs by Lodoe Laura, forward by Tashi Wangdi (Toronto: Lodoe Laura, 2014).
Evan Hutchinson, 43.7000 79.4000 (Toronto: Evan Hutchinson, 2014).
Lucy Lu, Memories of Nowhere : A book by Lucy Lu (Toronto: Lucy Lu, 2014).
Imogen Wallis-Mayer, An Ambiguous Form (Toronto, Imogen Wallis-Mayer, 2014).
Emily Pleasance, My Relative Life : A Mapping of Memories (Toronto, Emily Pleasance, 2014)
Kristina Smith, Orillia: A Photographic Exploration (Toronto, Kristina Smith, 2013).

2016 Winners:
Andrea Chartrand, Save As. (Toronto: Andrea Chartrand, 2015).
Kayla Blaze Kelley, Dear Dad. (Toronto: Kayla Blaze Kelley, 2015).
Mina Markovic, Komlikovani Identiteti. (Toronto: Mina Markovic, 2015).
Terence Reeves, Looking Outside Looking In. (Toronto: Terence Reeves, 2015).
Gabriel Steele, Jackson. (Toronto: Gabriel Steele, 2015).
Alia Youssef, Self-portraits of my Family in our Backyard. (Toronto: Alia Youssef, 2015).

2017 Winners:
Adrian Walton-Cordeiro – Contesse De Bertren
Ailene Devries – Two Cities and a River
Fehn Foss – Remembering, Faring
Julia Garnet – Elements
Feline Gerhardt – About Mankind and the Attempt to Increase Significance
Warren Rynkun – The Yard

2018 Winers:
After Grapefruit, Clea Christakos-Gee
Untitled, Raelene Giffin
In Nocte, Rafaela Conde
In the Water, Lisa McElroy
9869518588, Heather Rattray
Home and Glory, Kalen Huxhan
It’s Good Once You Get There, Hayley Wilsdon

2019 Winners
How to Run Away, Lucy Alguire
Istanbul, Neha Bokhari
Urban Drift, Bahar Kamali
Cowboy, Austen Ambraska
Shallow Season, Ally Ambler
Overdressed, Jared Miller

Zone Learning

  • RG 953
  • Fonds
  • 2012 -

Zone Learning administers to the entrepreneurial centres or zones mentoring students to create their own businesses. Digital Medial Zone (DMZ) was the first and with its success, other schools established their own zones.

The zones, organized into series. include :

Biomedical Zone
Fashion Zone
Design Fabrication Zone
Digital Media Zone (DMZ)
iBoost Zone
Innovation Centre for Urban Energy (iCUE)
Legal Innovation Zone
Science Discovery Zone
SocialVentures Zone
Transmedia Zone

Digital Media Zone

Polyorama style stereoscope viewer with stand (Murray and Heath)

Item is a wooden polyorama style stereoscope with a detachable brass stand made to be a handheld stereoscope or standing stereoscope. There is a glass stereograph of a park view inside the stereoscope. Item comes with 3 prize ribbons for "Best in Category" at the National Stereoscopic Association Photography Shows. Lenses in viewer slide out to the side for cleaning, Reflecting lid is fitted with a convex mrror. Written on base of stand: 34 Picadilly London Registered Feb 1858

Peter Di Gangi Papers

  • 2018.008
  • Fonds
  • 1925-2011

The fonds contains records created by Peter Di Gangi (Sicani Research), containing research related to indigenous governance in Canada. Much of the content is unpublished and topics include: policy and research papers on indigenous law and policy, federal government reports and statistics, Ontario government reports and statistics (focused on northern and northwestern Ontario), draft reports and intervenor submissions prepared for the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (RCAP), Assembly of First Nations reports and committee kits, records from the Centre for Treaty Advocacy, policy papers on federal legislation and the Indian Act, social programs, taxation, lands, various court cases and decisions with analyses, materials on the evolution of federal Claims policy and efforts at reform, some material related to United States Indian policy and treaties.

See attached PDF for a complete box list.

Margaret Norquay fonds

  • F 598
  • Fonds
  • 1993 - 2003

Fonds consists of a single article authored by Margaret Norquay.

Norquay, Margaret

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