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Textual records

File contains email and media advisory announcements for various events held as part of the International Issues Discussion series. Included is information about:
March 16, 2009: OIL! Energy and the International Economy - Joe Barnes
September 23, 2009: Palestinian Statelessness at the Heart of the Mideast Crisis - Dr. Juan Cole
October 8, 2009: The Role of Identity in the Israeli-Palestinian Dispute - Michael Bell
October 14, 2009: Why are Israelis Skeptical about Peace? - Yossi Alpher
January 25, 2010: Obama - A Year Later - Dr. Robert Teigrob, Dr. Arne Kislenko
November 1, 2010: Post-Communist Russia: Lurching between Success and Failure - Jeremy Kinsman
December 1, 2010: Hope for a Nuclear Free North Korea in face of Rising Tension - Michael O'Hanlon

International Issues Series

The International Issues Discussion (IID) series is a student-led forum designed to engage all members of the university community on major events and issues in contemporary global affairs through reasoned, objective, and scholarly discourse. It is a strictly non-partisan, unaffiliated, and apolitical group that welcomes all students to get involved and further their understanding of the world today.The IID was founded in 2005 by two Ryerson students and two faculty members, Dr. Arne Kislenko (History) and Dr. Dale Carl (Business). File includes published materials, brochures, emails, and posters and has been divided into 2 sub-series: Textual records and Posters

Ryerson Lectures in the History of Technology posters

File contains posters for the Ryerson Lectures in the History of Technology hosted by the Department of History.
Included are records for:
Lecture 1 February 7, 1980: "Technology's the Answer...but that's not question" - Dr. Melvin Kranzberg, Georgia Institute of Technology and editor or "Technology and Culture"
Lecture 2 February 12, 1981: "Machine Civilization on Stage and on Trial" - Dr. Bruce Sinclair, Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto
Lecture 8 January 22, 1987: "Cryptology in Modern War and Diplomacy" - Dr. David Kahn
Lecture 9 January 28, 1988: "Science in the Canadian Arctic 1818-1918 from Ross to Stefansson" - Dr. Trevor Levere, Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto
Lecture 11 January 25, 1989: "From ENIAC to EDSAC Who really invented computers" - Dr. Michael Williams, University of Calgary

Ryerson Lectures in the History of Technology textual records

File contains announcement and invitations for Ryerson Lectures in the History of Technology hosted by the Department of History.
Included are records for:
Lecture 1 February 7, 1980: "Technology's the Answer...but That's Not the Question" - Dr. Melvin Kranzberg, Georgia Institute of Technology and editor of "Technology and Culture"
Lecture 2 February 12, 1981: "Machine Civilization on Stage and on Trial" - Dr. Bruce Sinclair, Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto
Lecture 4 January 26, 1983: "The Chineseness of Chinese Technology - the Ancient Roots" - Dr. Ursula Franklin, professor of Metallurgy, University of Toronto
Lecture 6 January 24, 1985: "The Courtly Pleasures of Engineering in the Renaissance" - Dr. Bert Hall, University of Toronto
Lecture 11 January 25, 1989: "From ENIAC to EDSAC: Who really invented the computer?" - Dr. Michael R. Williams, University of Calgary

Ryerson Lectures in the History of Technology

Subseries contains posters, invitations and announcements in relation to the "History of Technology" lecture series. The lecture series frequently hosted guest lecturers from around the world to give talks about how technology impacted certain aspects of our lives or events in history.
Subseries has been divided into 2 files:
RG 92.02.01.01 Textual records
RG 92.02.01.02 Posters

Lectures, Conferences, and seminars

This series contains documents and records created by the history department which pertain to specific lecture series and guest lecturers and seminars. The two primary sub-series are Ryerson Lectures in the History of Technology, and the International Issues Discussion series. Documents range from the 1970's to 2010.

Correspondence

This file contains correspondence and internal memos concerning the Department of History's faculty.

Administrative and Internal Records

This series contains documents and records related to the administration and internal communications of the Department of History during the years of 1967-2012. The series has been divided into four files - course syllabi, correspondence, curriculum vitae, and job postings

Curriculum Vitae

File contains curriculum vitae for Ralph Dye, Frank Abbott, Thomas Barcsay, Terry Byram, and Colin Thorne.

Job postings

This file contains job postings for the Department of History.

Miscellaneous events

This file contains records and documents about various guest lectures and seminars hosted by the Ryerson History Department.

Toronto Symphony Orchestra "Campus Concerts" tickets

Two tickets for the Toronto Symphony Orchestra "Campus Concerts" concert held at Ryerson Theatre on March 11, 1967 at 8:30pm.
Tickets were for seats F 23 and F 24 and cost $2.50 each.
The concert featured Niklaus Wyss as conductor and Thomas Monohan Jr on Double Bass. Symphony played Bach-Brandenburg Concerto No. 3; Giannini-Psalm of Bass and Orchestra; and Beethoven Symphony No. 3 (Eroica).

Grant Collingwood photographic fonds

  • 2021.003
  • collection
  • 1947-1996

The Collingwood collection contains 35mm, 120mm and 4x5 negatives as well as prints and color slides. Grant Collingwood photographed Toronto from 1940s to 1990s. The collection consists of photographs of jazz musician, street views of Toronto, events and trade fairs, weddings, architecture and the office culture. Additionally, there are photographs of manufacturers and machinery.

Grant Collingwood

Disc 1 - Ryerson Events, 2003-2004

Disc contains photographs taken by the University's photographers a variety of events including :

  • 2003 campus carnival clown
  • 2003-05-08 Andy Barry Panel Discussion
  • 2003-05-10 Alumni reunion at the Senator restaurant
  • 2003-10-10 Homecoming
  • 2004 Twenty-Five Year Club
  • 2004 Alumni Achievement Awards
  • 2004 Campaign Launch
  • 2004 Campus Carnival
  • 2004 Continuing Education/CESAR Awards
  • 2004 Disability Studies Awards
  • 2004 Ed Burtynsky AGO Exhibit
  • 2004 GM event
  • 2004 Information Technology Management Awards

Twenty-Five Year Club : framed photo and documentation, 2007

Sub-series consists of a framed photograph by 4th year Image Arts - Photography student, Cameron Smith, and presented by President Sheldon Levy to each Club member in recognition of long service and dedication. Photograph, Late Devo, is one of a series entitled, "Toronto @ Twilight". It shows Lake Devo and the parking lot during the earliest stages of the Metropolis Complex construction. Documentation is included.

Twenty-Five Year Club, 1989

File contains photographs and negatives of the Ryerson Polytechnical Institute's 25 Year Club dinner. Photographs include images of various faculty and staff including: Adam Fuerstenberg, Joan O'Connell, Arie Reedyk, Gus Zaks, Nicholas Siller, Wayne Detcher and others . File also contains 1 page of textual material.

Ryerson Media Centre

Twenty-Five Year Club, 1991

File contains photographs and negatives of the Ryerson Polytechnical Institute's 25 Year Club. Photographs include images of various inductees and guests including: Ryerson President Terry Grier. Ralph Myers and others. File also contains 3 pages of textual material.

Ryerson Media Centre

Twenty-Five Year Club, 1992

File contains photographs and negatives of the Ryerson Polytechnical Institute's 25 Year Club. Photographs include images of the various recipients and Ryerson President Terry Grier. File also contains 1 sheet of textual material.

Ryerson Media Centre

Twenty-Five Year Club, 1992

  • RG 76.14.400
  • Dossier
  • November 1992
  • Fait partie de Media Centre

File contains photographs and negatives of the Ryerson Polytechnical Institute's 25 Year Club. Photographs include images of various Ryerson staff and faculty including Ryerson President Terry Grier, Anne and George Kittler and others. File also contains 3 pages of textual material.

Ryerson Media Centre

Twenty-Five Year Club, 1993

File contains photographs and negatives of the 25-Year Club at Ryerson Polytechnical Institute. Photographs include images of the new members including Ryerson President Terry Grier, V-P Linda Grayson, Nicola Buono of Physical Resources, Sal Martinez and various others.

Ryerson Media Centre

Twenty-Five Year Club, 1994

File contains photographs and negatives of the 25 Year Club at Ryerson Polytechnical Institute. Photographs includes images of Ryerson President and inductee Terry Grier, Al Sauro, Marie Alberto, Ilda Nunes, Marie Alberto and others. File also contains 1 sheet of textual material.

Ryerson Media Centre

Twenty-Five Year Club, 1995

File contains photographs and negatives of the Twenty-five year club at Ryerson Polytechnic University. Photographs include images of sixteen of the 1995 inductees.

Ryerson Media Centre

Twenty-Five Year Club, 1996

File contains photographs and negatives of the Ryerson Polytechnic University's Twenty-five Year Club. Photographs include images of Ryerson President Claude Lajeunesse, Vice President Dennis Mock and others. File also contains 1 sheet of textual material.

Ryerson Media Centre

Twenty-Five Year Club, 2004

File contains photographs of the reception inducting 16 new members into Ryerson's 25 year club. Included are group photographs of the inductees, one of which was published in the Jan/Feb. 2005 edition of the FORUM.

Twenty-Five Year Club, 2003

File contains photographs of the reception inducting 16 new members into Ryerson's 25 year club. Included are group photographs of the inductees, one of which was published in the Feb. 2004 edition of the FORUM.

Fashion Alumni

File contains two photographs. One of the of the photographs shows a model in a Brian Bailey (Fashion '83) fashion show. The second photograph is of Susan Langdon (Fashion '77), Lida Baday (Fashion '79), David Dixon (Fashion '93), and Ewa Majak (Fashion '96) posing with their 1996 City of Toronto Awards for Excellence in Fashion Design.

University Advancement and Development - various events

File contains a variety of colour and b&w photographs taken at various Ryerson events. The majority of the photographs are related to Ryerson receiving University status in 1993. Other events include the :

  • 1990 Campaign leadership dinner
  • 1997 Twenty-five Year Club
  • Alumni Wall of Achievement
  • Phantom of the Opera fundraising evening
  • Ryerson picnic
  • Ryerson's Telemail fundraising campaign
  • Ted Rogers reception for RCC donation
  • United Way campaign

Other photographs in the file are with unknown provenance.

Promotional materials

File contains promotional materials created by the School of Graduate studies for prospective students. Included are faculty and alumni profiles, research opportunity information, graduate life on campus, how to apply/funding and other items.

Ryerson Theatre School productions

File contains programs, invitations, notices, news releases, photographs, brochures and tickets regarding the many theatre productions performed by the Ryerson 2nd, 3rd and 4th year theatre students.

Circuits of Cinema - histories of movie and media distribution conference programme

File contains 2 programmes for the Circuits of Cinema conference held at Ryerson University June 21-23, 2017. The conference was a HoMER (History of Moviegoing, Exhibition and Reception) Network conference. HoMER is an international network of researchers interested in understanding the complex phenomena of cinema-going, exhibition, and reception, from a multidisciplinary perspective. Paul S. Moore, faculty in the Department of Sociology, was involved in the conference's organization.

Helices

1 copy of the book 'Helices' by George Swede. This collection of George Swede's haiku, tanka, and haibun won The Leroy & Mildred Kanterman Memorial Book Award, First Place in the 2017 Haiku Society of America Merit Book Awards.

Soon we were enroute again - The Margaret Corry Albums (1947-1963)

"Soon we were enroute again..." the Margaret Corry Albums (1947-1963) was an exhibit mounted by the students in the Film and Photography Preservation and Collections Management program with the Margaret Corry photograph albums held by the Royal Ontario Museum, courtesy of the Family Camera Network. The exhibit ran January 24 - April 18, 2018.

The Art of the Archive - Ryerson Students and Alumni

The Art of the Archive exhibit that ran September 29, 2012 to December 22, 2012. The exhibit contained works by current students and alumni from the Image Arts program. Included are works by Alyssa Bistonath, Kyle Brohman, Julia Callon, Jenna Edwards, Tara Ernst, Daniel Froidevaux, Elisa Julia Gilmour, Ben Lenzner, Marc Losier, Eugen Sakhnenko, Kate Tarini, and Andrew Williamson.

Publications

File contains books published in conjunction with exhibitions held in the Ryerson Image Centre.The Image Centre.

Programmes

The file consists of programmes for exhibitions and events held at the Ryerson Image Centre including:

  • Ryerson Image Centre Grand Opening Exhibitions
  • Toronto Convention About Photographic Collections : Definitions, Descriptions, Access
  • Archival Dialogues : Reading the Black Star Collection
  • Berenice Abbott: Photographs
  • Human Rights Human Wrongs
  • The 'Public Life' of Photographs
  • Exhibitions & Events, January-April ; May-August ; June-August 2013
  • Exhibitions & Events, January-April ; June-August 2014
  • Phil Bergerson : Emblems and Remnants of the American Dream
  • Cue Depth
  • Exhibitions & Events, May-June ; Sept-December 2014
  • Curious Anarchy : The Photographic Collection of Maia-Mari Sutnik
  • Remembering The Real Winnie : The World's Most Famous Bear Turns 100
  • Exhibitions & Events, May-June 2015
  • Photography Historians: A New Generation?
  • All That Glitters : Carole Tanenbaum Vintage Collection Jewelry Benefit
  • Exhibitions & Events, January-April ; May-August 2016
  • Exhibitions & Events, January-April ; May-August 2017
  • Exhibitions & Events, January-April ; May-August ; Sept-December 2019
  • Exhibitions & Events - January-April, 2020

Dispatch: War Photographs in Print, 1854-2008

Book published in conjunction with the Exhibition "Dispatch: War Photographs in Print, 1854-2008". The exhibition was curated by Dr. Thierry Gervais and was on view in the RIC from September 17 - December 7, 2014.

Addleman-Frankel, Kate

Four Early Letters of Egerton Ryerson

Booklet contains letters, reprinted from the Canadian Historical Review in March 1942, written by Egerton Ryerson between August and October 1824 after Egerton had left home to study with John Law at Gore District Grammar School.

Sissons, Charles Bruce

Letters of 1844 and 1846 from [Hugh] Scobie to [Egerton] Ryerson

Booklet contains reprinted, from the Canadian Historical Review, letters between Egerton Ryerson and Hugh Scobie in 1844 and 1846 that are held in the Archives of Victoria College, University of Toronto. The letters themselves are political in nature and were written just before the elections in 1844 and 1846. The book's forward is written by C. B. Sissons.

Sissons, Charles Bruce

The Food Bulletin

Item is a Canadian newsletter published by the Wartime Prices and Trade Board. The newsletter includes a ration coupon calendar for May 10th of 1943.

Government of Canada

Cookbooks

Series contains published cookbooks, pamphlets, and magazines, including promotional recipe collections from food companies, community fundraising cookbooks, governmental publications, and textbooks. The books are catalogued and searchable on the library catalogue (https://library.torontomu.ca/).

Canadian community cookbook collection

  • 2021.08
  • Collection
  • 1888-2005

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.

RG 62 CJRU Radio

  • Collection
  • 2021-

Fonds contains textual, graphic, audio and video records related to CJRU 1280AM radio station.

CJRU Radio

Gardner's Art Through the Ages

Series contains images to accompany Gardner's Art Through the Ages, 10th edition. Topics include sculpture, architecture, painting, and photgoraphy from ancient to modern. Slides are housed in 1 binder, with index included.

The Macmillan Company of Canada Limited

Gardner's Art Through the Ages

Series contains images to accompany Gardner's Art Through the Ages, 12th edition. Topics include sculpture, architecture, painting, and photgoraphy from ancient to modern. Slides are housed in 2 binders, with index included.

Saskia Cultural Documentation

Early Canadian Photography

File contains 35mm slides produced from original objects and books belonging to the Ryerson Image Centre, focusing on the items in their collection produced by Canadian photographers in the latter half of the 19th century. Photographers include; B.F. Baltzley, George Barker, R. Bell, Ernest Brown, F.G. Clauded, F. Dally, G.M. Dawson, Edward Dossetter, D.B. Dowling, Dunmore & Criterson, Elliston & Co., W. England, Erwing & Co., Faribault, A. Henderson, H.L. Hime (Armstrong, Beere & Hime), Charles Horetzky, J. INglis, Ryder Larson, William Augustus Leggo, Livernois & Bienveau, J.W. Lowe, A.P. Low, R. Maynard, R.G. McLaughlin, J.G. Parks, Capt. Jason Peters, J. Richardson, G.P. Roberts, Alexander Ross, A.R.C. Selwyn, Stiff Brothers, L.G. Swain, W.J. Topley, J. Turner, J.B. Tyrell, J.P. Vallee, T.C. Weston, William Williamson.

The Image Centre

Art history and history of photography slides

  • 2013.010
  • Collection

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

Ansley Simpson

File consists of an audio and video interview recording with the storyteller Ansley Simpson in wav and mp4 formats, an mp4 video with ASL interpretation, a participant headshot image in jpg format and an interview transcripts in Microsoft Word format.

Ansley’s story is inspired by original meaning, connection and intimacy. Ansley tells of lyrical and descriptive memories embedded in life through folk.

Simpson, Ansley

AHI

File consists of an audio and video interview recording with the storyteller AHI in wav and mp4 formats, an mp4 video with ASL interpretation, a participant headshot image in jpg format and an interview transcripts in Microsoft Word format.

AHI’s story is grounded in authenticity, innovation and growth. AHI speaks on grass roots songwriting broadening the reach in the global time honoured tradition of music rooted in folk.

AHI

May Cheung

File consists of an audio and video interview recording with the storyteller May Cheung in wav and mp4 formats, an mp4 video with ASL interpretation, a participant headshot image in jpg format and an interview transcripts in Microsoft Word format.

May’s story is a journey of musical enmeshment, tradition and healing. May Cheung speaks on the importance of finding our voice and sharing our life story through the vehicle of folk.

Cheung, May

Julian Taylor

File consists of an audio and video interview recording with the storyteller Julian Taylor in wav and mp4 formats, an mp4 video with ASL interpretation, a participant headshot image in jpg format and an interview transcripts in Microsoft Word format.

Julian’s story is a recovery through love, kindness and the natural world. Julian Taylor shares various elements of musical inheritance, adaptation, and reclaiming the oral tradition of folk.

Taylor, Julian

Amanda Lowe Warnakulasuriya

File consists of an audio and video interview recording with the storyteller Amanda Lowe Warnakulasuriya in wav and mp4 formats, an mp4 video with ASL interpretation, a participant headshot image in jpg format and an interview transcripts in Microsoft Word format.

Amanda’s story is one of legacy, guidance and opportunity. Amanda Lowe Warnakulasuriya shares tender family moments, common ground and finding home in folk.

Warnakulasuriya, Amanda Lowe

Kaïa Kater

File consists of an audio and video interview recording with the storyteller Kaïa Kater in wav and mp4 formats, an mp4 video with ASL interpretation, a participant headshot image in jpg format and an interview transcripts in Microsoft Word format.

Kaïa’s story draws from symbiotic relationships, innovation and renewal. This recording shares key findings, recovery dreams and keeping record of storytellers like Kaïa Kater as folk.

Kater, Kaïa

Joni NehRita

File consists of an audio and video interview recording with the storyteller Joni NehRita in wav and mp4 formats, an mp4 video with ASL interpretation, a participant headshot image in jpg format and an interview transcripts in Microsoft Word format.

Joni’s story is one of reciprocity, community building and liberty. This recording shares reaffirming discoveries and all the colours in which Joni NehRita is folk.

NehRita, Joni

Folk Recovery Archive

  • RG 62.01
  • Série organique
  • 2022-01-01 - 2023-12-31
  • Fait partie de RG 62 CJRU Radio

The series consists of the files from the Folk Recovery archive. The oral history project was created by Kejo Buchanan, host of the Jali Journey program on CJRU. Folk Recovery is an oral history project designed to highlight and celebrate Black, Indigenous, Asian and all racialized storytellers and their contributions to the Canadian folk sound.

The files in this serie contain audio and video copies of the storyteller's interview in wav and mp4 formats, an mp4 video with ASL interpretation, a participant headshot image in jpg format and an interview transcript in Microsoft Word and PDF formats.

Buchanan, Kejo

Graflex Crown Graphic

Item is a Graflex Crown Graphic 4 x 5 camera designed for hand held use. This model was a more lightweight version of the Speed Graphic. The camera's serial number is 921216.

Bolex H 16 Movie Camera

Item is a Paillard-Bolex Model H16 camera that uses 16mm film. Has original carrying case with lens accessories, and an octameter viewfinder. Camera is hand-wound with crank and has spring motor. Turret for three standard C mount lenses. Optical type viewfinder with adjustable dial. Includes 2 take up spools, one for 50ft and one for 100ft of film.

Zeiss Ikon Deckrullo-Nettel

Item is a Zeiss Ikon Deckrullo-Nettel folding/bellows plate camera. The Deckrullo-Nettel is an improved model of the Nettel. The strut mechanism is characteristic of Nettel, and gives variable bellows extension for focusing, with a focus knob on the left side. The end of one of the struts appears as the pointer on a focus scale, in a slot in the top of the body. The camera also has a wire frame finder.

Wollensak Revere 35mm f/3.5 lens

Item is a lens for a Revere Stereo 33 camera. This type of lens is unique as two lenses simultaneously expose two frames at once. The resulting images can then be inserted into a stereoscope which results in a three dimensional image, similar to using binoculars. Comes with a piece of paper that indicates the lens is defective on time.

Professional and press cameras

Series contains cameras designed to fulfill specific, professional functions such as surveying, aerial photography, studio portraits and press work. These cameras are often the best items in the manufacturers line, offering more features and a sturdier construction than their amateur counterparts.

To browse the individual items in this series, click on the "View the list" link under the "File and item records are available for this series" title (to the right of the page).

LRC newsletter

File contains the inaugural issue of the LRC newsletter. Its purpose was to impart information about the activities of the Library and Research Centre (LRC) and to provide a forum for the writings of people who worked in the LRC; to profile individual employees; publish original short fiction and non-fiction; report relevant activities of RFA, OPSEU and the LRC administration; and publish other news and information that the readership would find interesting.

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