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Reference file photographs

7cm of black and white photographs taken by Journalism studentsf or publication in the campus newspaper THE EYEOPENER, during the1986-1987 academic year.

Reference file photographs

5cm of black and white photographs taken by Journalism students for publication in the campus newspaper, THE EYEOPENER, during the 1988-1989 academic year.

Faculty of Arts floor hockey tournament photographs

Photographs of faculty members and spectators taken during and after a Faculty of Arts floor hockey tournament. Participants in the tournament were faculty members from the departments of History, Economics, Politics and Applied Geography.

Oakham House Choir

This file contains 2 photographs of Oakham House Choir performing in its first concert at St. Michael's Cathedral on April 10, 1985, directed by Mathew Jaskiewicz.

BOG First Student Members photographs

Ten black and white photographs taken during the 1968 BOG election. These photographs document the first time students were permitted to elect two representatives to sit on the Board. The first two members were Richard Finlay and Gord Jackson.The photographs, filed in a binder, were removed from the binder and their plastic sleeves, then placed inside an acid-free file folder.

Miscellaneous photographs

A collection of miscellaneous 4 x 6 colour prints. Some photos have been identified while others have been assigned a temporary subject until further information is available to confirm the event or individuals capturedin these photograhs.
RG 10.60.1: Christmas Parties, c1983-1993
RG 10.60.2: Dr. Donald & Elizabeth Barr/Olive Baker Reitrement Reception, 1989
RG 10.60.3: Staff, n.d.
RG 10.60.4: Counselling - 25th Anniversary Reception, c1990
RG 10.60.5: Orientation Event, n.d.
RG 10.60.6: Student (Volunteers) Christmas Party, 1993
RG 10.60.7: Miscellaneous, n.d.


This file contains slides from LINK Program and a 2 pages promotional flyer "Thinklink, the Ryerson link program".

Ryerson Presidents' photographs

File contains one b&w photograph of Ryerson president Terry Grier and six photographs of Ryerson president Walter Pitman. All photographs are mounted on foamcore.

Print (O/S): RIOT Set Production Crew*

  • RG 215.12
  • File
  • 1970
  • Part of RIOT

This file contains one large photograph of construction crew for RIOT 70 "The Gap". Photograph framed in a wooden casing

Kerr Hall student residents

This file contains one black and white group photograph of first Kerr Hall residents, and 3 photocopies of group photograph.

Prints/Negatives: various ROW Productions

This file contains photographic images and negatives related to various Ryerson Opera Workshop productions including: The Beggar's Opera, Snow White, Brigadoon, Once Upon a Mattress, Kiss me Kate, Bye Bye Birdie, The Wizard of Oz, Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland, & A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.

Board Member photographs

This file contains photographs. Included are two copies of a posed colour photograph of the members of Ryerson`s Board of Governors from the 1970s.

Robert C. Ragsdale Ltd.

Contact Sheets : RTA Students

File contains photographs of student headshots adhered to cardboard, photocopies of these sheets, and contact sheets. Arranged by academic year, each file holds sets of photographs of each of the three years the program ran.

RTA School of Media

Large display size prints of Journalism students

Five black and white photographs measuring 41cm x 51cm. Depicts Journalism students pasting up news copy and involved in various stages of publication production, and 3 black and white group photographs (16 x 23 cm ) attached to the sheets of paper.

Mounted Photograph: PEBBLES Program Donation

Colour photograph mounted on wood base (28cm x 35cm). Photo is of President Claude Lajeunesse accepting a cheque from Wayne Gretzky in the amount of $50,000, on behalf of the Bay as part Ryerson's PEBBLES Program. Also in the photograph, standing next to C. Lajuenesse, is Administration & Information Mangement Faculty member and Director of the Centre For Learning Technologies, Deborah Fels, who developed the program.

Reference photograph files

1.59 m of various sized black and white photographs maintained by the Information Services Department prior to their incorporation with Community Relations. The photographs were used for the publications FORUM and THE ANNUAL REPORT during the period 1976 to 1986. The photographers were Jerry Davey, Journalism Department, Chris Bell and possibly Garbis of the Media Centre.

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