Series RG 89.003 - Trinidad & Tobago hotel school

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Trinidad & Tobago hotel school

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RG 89.003

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  • 1965-1974 (Creation)

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33 cm of textual records
9 photographs : b&w prints ; var. sizes

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Files were maintained by project director Dr. L. S. White, who was the chairman of Ryerson's Hotel, Restaurant & Institutional Administration program. It is assumed these files were then passed on to VP Adminstration George Korey when Dr. Korey left the project. Dr Korey maintained his own set of files during the course of the project and they are maintained in the Dean of External Programs fonds which is the role he was in during that period. Both Dr. White's and Dr. Korey's records were passed on to Vice President Administration Tom Sosa.

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In September of 1972 Ryerson entered into an agreement with the Government of Canada, through the Canadian International Development Agency (C.I.D.A.) to provide technical and related assistance to the Government of Trinidad and Tobago for the establishment of a hotel training school, and the training of the faculty and staff to run it.
Sub-series consists of 49 files relating to the establishment of a hotel training school on one of the islands and contain correspondence, agreements, minutes, reports, financial data, personnel records, clippings, background materials, curriculum documents, and photographs.

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The files were received in good order by the Archives. The subject headings were left relatively intact by staff. Weeding of duplicates and ephemeral materials was completed.

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Partially Restricted. Some or all of the records may be subject to restrictions. An archivist must review the records prior to your visit.

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