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Series contains programmes for events, film samples, letters to and from Kodak employees in both the Canadian and American branches of the Kodak company. Some published materials are also available in this series.
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Series contains programmes for events, film samples, letters to and from Kodak employees in both the Canadian and American branches of the Kodak company. Some published materials are also available in this series.
This fonds contains a collection - gathered from multiple sources - of obsolete audio and visual media formats and playback equipment.
The Archives Documentation files are a collection of secondary source clippings from Ryerson and external publications. They are divided into 594 series with all series relating to Ryerson University and its departments, faculty, students, or graduates.
This collection contains Canadian cookbooks and textbooks with a focus on community created cookbooks, diet and nutrition cookbooks, high school textbooks, and food company cookbooks and pamphlets.
This collection contains cameras and photographic equipment that outline the history of image-making technology. The collection was assembled by the donor for educational purposes and as a museum exhibition for the City Museum of Warleroo entitled Thru the Lens. The collection also contains research notes and teaching material to accompany items in the collection.
The collection contains Polaroid cameras and accessories. Material includes a variety of cameras, containers, parts and ephemera relating to Polaroid photography
The collection contains stereoscopic photographs, viewers, and cameras, collected by the donors between the 1970's and the 1990's and dating from the 1850's to the 1990's. Material includes a variety of viewers, cameras, photographs, and ephemera relating to three-dimensional photography.
Fonds contains the text and audio records of interviews conducted by Dr. Frank Sommers with European and Canadian film directors Marianne Ahrne, walerian Browczyk, Bert Haanstra, Claude Jutra, Ettore Scola, and Alain Tanner between 1978 and 1979. Photographs, press clippings, and promotional texts related to films directed by the interviewees are also included.
The fonds contains records created by Peter Di Gangi (Sicani Research), containing research related to indigenous governance in Canada. The content includes published and unpublished materials and topics include: policy and research papers on indigenous law and policy, federal government reports and statistics, Ontario government reports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.
The fonds has been divided into series by box (35 in total) and further divided into files and items. The series, file, and item titles were provided by the donor (with some exceptions).
Names and terminology used in the scope and content field reflect the names and terminology used in the files and on the items and is often outdated and out of use. (i.e. Department of Indian Affairs (DIA); Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations). Every attempt has been made to utilize the current names in the creator and access points fields in the records (i. e. Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC); Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN).
This collection consists of early optical devices commonly known as magic lanterns. The first report of the construction of a magic lantern is generally considered to be referring to the Dutch scientist Christiaan Huygens in 1659. The lanterns in this collection are dated from the early 1800s until the mid 1900s and include large professional devices as well as consumer models and toy magic lanterns.
The collection also holds over 500 lantern slides on a wide range of subjects. The slides demonstrate different iterations of glass slide projection and the evolution from hand-painted imagery to photographic and mechanical slides.
For more information about the history of magic lantern projection, please see our blog post: https://library.ryerson.ca/asc/2017/10/new-exhibition-projecting-magic/
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
This collection contains examples of photographic processes from the 1840's until the present.
Collection contains about 2500 texts for children written primarily between the late-nineteenth century and the mid-twentieth century, and continues to grow. The collection has particular strengths in adventure stories, fairy tales, and Canadiana, but also includes strong holdings in poetry, picture books, and pedagogical works such as science texts and primers, along with biographies of notable authors and other scholarly studies. At present, the physical archive can be visited and used by appointment. An online, searchable catalogue is available, together with some featured exhibits of some of the collection's more unique and interesting holdings: http://www.ryerson.ca/childrenslit/
Fonds contains a series of 522 aerial photographs of the city of Toronto, taken about 1980. The photographs are numbered 1 to 522. An accompanying index of black and white line maps are housed in 7 folders. Numbers on the map index correspond with photograph numbers.
Ministry of Energy
Collection consists of an automatic photobooth, and material related to its original function. Designed by David McCowan and patented on May 21, 1929. The collection includes vintage articles and advertisements, photographs of the booth and members of the McCowan family, the booth itself, along with related accessories.
McCowan, David A.
Design Archive Inc. was the professional company of photographer Robert Burley, who established it in January 1987 and acted as president until January, 2000. Design Archive Inc. specialized in architectural photography: work is project-based, with project locations including commercial centers, businesses, private residences, and public places of note. Interior and exterior architectural structure is the predominant photographic subject, with landscapes and detailed design highlights, furniture, and machinery filling out the collection. In 2003, Burley accepted a full-time teaching position at Ryerson University’s School of Image Arts and suspended work at Design Archive Inc.
These fonds include photographic materials, including photographic prints, contact sheets, negatives, CDs, and other miscellaneous items that were collected by Design Archive Inc. from 1987 to 2003.
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.
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).
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).
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
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
How to Run Away, Lucy Alguire
Istanbul, Neha Bokhari
Urban Drift, Bahar Kamali
Cowboy, Austen Ambraska
Shallow Season, Ally Ambler
Overdressed, Jared Miller
Metamorphosis by Julie Ng, 2019
Interplay of light by Jordana Petruccelli, 2019
Biotypes by Gabrielle Tyrie, 2019
Two minutes of Progress Avenue by Austin Wadell, 2019
The disposable Glitch series by Teagan Lopes, 2019
Surveillance culture by Yarden Haddie, 2019
My Mennonite Mother, by Sarah Bauman, 2020
No, You, by Freida Wang, 2020
You, the Light & Nothing Else, by Christina Oyawale, 2020
Right Here, Right Now, by Dein Squires-Rouse, 2020
Mapping Colour, by Abygail De Leon, 2020
Plant Kingdom, by Zongzhe Cai, 2020
Fag, by Tyler Da Silva, 2020
I Beg You To Have Patience, by Caeden Wigston, 2020
Back Book, by Pengxiang Zhou
Shrieking sisterhood, by Kayla Ward
The Paper, by Kayla Ward
Calm and Chaos, by Kay Nadjiwon
Rosemary and Thyme, by Katya Lina
Need me, by Payton Keeler Cox
Meu Avo, by Andrew Moreno
Bring back ice to the lake, by Yixuan Mark Wang
This fonds contains a collection of VHS videocassettes donated to RULA by Andre Bennett - President and CEO of Cinema Esparanca International Inc.
Cinema Esperança is an international film distribution and production company based in the city of Toronto, Canada that focuses on producing, distributing, and selling thought provoking and entertaining feature films and documentaries that are theatrically viable for both Canadian and international markets.
The company is committed to producing and marketing quality films & documentaries, in all genres, that are thought-provoking, entertaining, and theatrically viable. Special emphasis is placed on supporting new filmmakers and auteur directors whose visions can be shared with cinema going audiences worldwide.
The owner, president, and CEO of Cinema Esperança is André Bennett. Before becoming a producer and theatrical distributor, André Bennett was a university professor teaching courses in social and political philosophy at the University of Toronto & McMaster University, Canada. During the last four years of his academic tenure, Bennett used movies, rather than textbooks, to discuss basic concepts and ideas.
Fonds contains photographic camera equipment used by the photographer Alfred S. Upton, and an exhibition catalogue that accompanied a 1987 exhibition of his work at the Pearl Street Gallery in Hamilton, Ontario.
Upton, Alfred S.
Fonds contains published teaching slides for art history courses, with a focus on the history of photography. Series include Janson's History of Art, 5th Ed., Gardner's Art Through the Ages, Early Canadian Photography, and the National Gallery of Canada.
National Gallery of Canada
Collections contains historical and contemporary books on the history of Toronto, featuring tourist guides and souvenirs from the city form the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
All books are catalogued on our library catalogue: https://catalogue.library.ryerson.ca/search/X?SEARCH=N:(%22macintosh%22)&SORT=D&b=mspc1 (search for " from the collection of Robert MacIntosh" )
This collection contains invitations, pamphlets, takeaways and other publications related to international photographic exhibtions.
Item consists on one published transcript of the proceedings of the Canadian perspectives conference conference on Canadian photography.
Commencing in 1973, the Kodak Lecture Series Fonds contains audio and video recordings of lectures presenting the work of photographers, filmmakers, photo-based and new media artists, curators and visual media theorists.
A series of lectures at the School of Image Arts (then known as the Photographic Arts Department) was begun by professor Phil Bergerson in 1975 to support the school's unique curriculum. Bergerson wanted to expose his students to new artists and ideas around photography by inviting internationally known artists, curators and theorists to discuss the art of creating, collecting and curating photography. These lectures were financially supported by Ontario Arts Council Grants and ticket sales. The first series (Photographic Perspectives) was extreamly popular, and Bergerson continued to organize the lectures for the next 9 years.
Kodak Canada Inc. stepped in to sponsor the series in 1984, allowing students and the photographic comminity of Toronto to attend all lectures in the series without charge. The series was re-named the Kodak Chair Lecture series (1986-2007), and motion picture and, over time, video and new media artists and theorists joined the line-up of speakers.
Throughout the series, the lectures were documented, on audiocassette and then video tape. In 2009, the lectures began to be streamed online and archived on the RyeCast websites (https://ryecast.ryerson.ca/1/page/Channels.aspx). In 2002, the School of Image Arts received funding from the Canada's Digital Collections (CDC) program, through Industry Canada, to create an online multi-media database of over 200 of the participants, using images and footage captured during the lectures. The project, entitled "Images and Ideas: 25 Years of the Kodak Lecture Series", was completed in 2002 and hosted on the Library and Archives Canada server, along with thousands of other local and national digital projects. The Canada's Digital Collections website is no longer live, but is archived at the Government of Canada website: http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/205/301/ic/cdc/E/Alphabet.asp
In addition to the Kodak Lectures, the fonds contains the audio recordings of the proceedings of the Canadian Perspectives Conference (1979), a Critique Workshop with Gary Winnogrand (1981), a Critical Writing Workshop with A. D..Coleman (1982), the proceedings of the August Sander Symposium (1982) and the Symposium on Photographic Theory (1983).
The Image Centre
Records: [textual ; graphic ; photographic; audio visual; artifacts ; publications]
194? - 2004 : 36 Bankers boxes and 23 map cabinet drawers.
The Robert Hackborn fonds contains the records that Mr. Hackborn generated during the course of his television production career and maintained at his private residence after his retirement in 1993. This includes documentation going back to Mr. Hackborn's youth and earliest professional days. The research value of the records in this fonds is significant as it relates to the history of Canadian television production, and the specific programs that Mr. Hackborn contributed to. As an example, the fonds contains photographic and textual documentation of the earliest stages of the show development process for the important children's television programs Mr. Dressup and Mr. Rogers Neighbourhood. The fonds also contains extensive documentation of the creative processes behind the development of Jim Henson's Fraggle Rock, including images of, and correspondence with Mr. Henson.
During his career, Mr. Hackborn was also responsible for the execution of a very large collection of photographs that document the processes of working on a television set. With a professionally trained eye for composition and his camera, Mr. Hackborn systematically documented the television production process of the shows that he worked on. As a result of this work, the Robert Hackborn Fonds contains an impressive collection of this photographic documentation, which should serve as a valuable resource for future academics looking into the history of Canadian cultural output. Note on arrangement: This Robert Hackborn Fonds has been arranged in a manner that pays as much respect to the concept of Original Order as practically possible. Although the collection has been separated into Series based on General Material Designation in the finding aid and database, the physical arrangement of the collection remains identical to the manner in which Hackborn organized and stored his records, except where issues of physical size made such arrangement impossible. The oversized materials in this collection have therefore been arranged and stored in map cabinets designed to accommodate their physical dimensions. In addition, there is a small collection of oversized objects that have been stored on shelves above the collection owing to their size.
Access: There are no restrictions on access to this collection. Researchers must schedule an appointment with Ryerson Archives & Special Collections in order to view the records, and no records are permitted to leave the reading room or to be loaned out.
Hackborn, Robert Arthur, Mr., September 22, 1928
13 Canadian Kodakery magazines dating from 1919-1924 (not a complete run) and 2 Studio Light magazines dating from June 1928 and June 1931.
Kodak Canada Inc.
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
This fonds contains RAW camera original tapes in Betacam, and BetacamSP, and subsequent digital copies on DVD, generated by the American television production company Teaching Learning Network (TLN) Productions Ltd. The tapes were generated as part of production on the show "Discover America" - a show that was based on the history of North America through the 20th Century.
25 Betacams, 7 DVDs.
The collection consists of a large number of studio portrait photographs from the late 19th and early 20th centuries in carte-de-visite or cabinet card formats. There is a large collection of landscape and industrial imagery dating from the Victorian era to the 1960s. The collection also comprises many vernacular photographic albums, good examples of glass and metal photographic processes including cased daguerreotypes, ambrotypes and tintypes. The fonds is comprised of the following 8 series: Portraits (sub-series for Groups and Celebrities), Vernacular Photography (amateur snapshots), Landscapes and Industry (sub-series for Slides), Albums, the A.T. Orr collection and a Miscellaneous group of images which were generally created in mixed media.
The Heritage Camera Collection is comprised of cameras, mainly from the Wilhem E. Nassau Camera Collection, the Irving G. Rumney fonds, and several other small, individual donations.
This collection traces the evolution of the tools of popular photography from the turn of the nineteenth century to the current digital age. Many of the cameras were manufactured by Kodak Canada or Eastman Kodak, but there are also examples from many other manufacturers, such as: Ernst Leitz, Minox, Polaroid, Nikon, Rollei, Mamiya, Olympus, Contax, and several companies that pre-date, and were eventually amalgamated into Kodak, including the Rochester Optical Company.
Items in the collection are arranged in series according on their form and function; the categories are based on the research and publications of Michel Auer and Todd Gustavson, and often overlap chronologically.
Series are as follows:
Dry plate cameras
Folding (bellows) cameras
Box and snapsot roll film cameras
Miniature and sub-miniature cameras
Single lens reflex cameras
Twin lens reflex cameras
In-camera processing (instant) cameras
Point and shoot caemras
Digital and pre-digital cameras
Toy and promotional cameras
To browse the 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).
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.
Item consists of 3 publications regarding Velox Form 1A photographic paper, dating from November 1912, and an empty Velox developing paper pacakage.
Item is a small folded pamphlet describing how to use the Brownie 127 camera.
Item is an information sheet on the use of Kodacolor daylight film.
Eastman Kodak Company
The collection consists of audio, video and film recordings made by Dr. Joe MacInnis and his team during his underwater dives from the 1970s to 2004. The bulk of the collection concerns the shipwrecks of the Titanic, the Breadalbane and the Edmund Fitzgerald. There are also many films that highlight deep sea ecology and oceanography, particularly hydrothermal vents and deep sea sharks. Most recordings in the collection consist of rough or unedited footage. The collection also includes television and radio programs on which Dr. MacInnis appeared and some video and audio recordings by MacInnis' friends and colleagues. There is a small selection of footage collected by MacInnis for research purposes, including footage of William Beebe and Otis Barton's deep sea dives in their revolutionary 'bathysphere' in 1934.
MacInnis, Joseph B.