Ryerson University--Campus



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Robert G. Ward fonds

  • F 788
  • Fonds
  • 1951

Robert George Ward graduated from Ryerson in 1954 with a diploma in Photographic Arts. Ward was born in Hamilton, Ontario, where he attended Central Secondary School. While at Ryerson, Ward was a member of the camera club and the rifle team.

Fonds consists of photographic negatives taken of Ryerson campus while Ward was a student.

Ward, Robert G.


File contains photographs taken during various events around campus. They include the student parade (1991-2004) and picnic (1991), Women in Engineering (Aug. 2002), Campus tours (2004), Hospitality and Tourism events (ca. 2000), Alumni Services (ca. 1985) and Graphic Arts Management job fair (2000).

Students and Student Life

File contains posed and candidate photographs of Ryerson students. The posed photographs include single and group portraits. Candidate photographs are taken around campus.

Ryerson Community - photograph display boards

File contains three display boards generated by Richard Strong - Steven Moorhead Limited for Ryerson Polytechnical Institute in June of 1976. Two of the boards feature 26 composite photographic prints showing various areas around campus. The third board features an aerial view of the campus with a photo key showing the geographic locations of the images shown on the other two boards. The campus views shown include:

  1. Eaton Centre - Yonge Dundas - new commercial development
    1a Eaton Centre
    1b Eaton Centre
    2 Gould - Yonge - established commercial
    3 Yonge - established commercial
    4 O'Keefe Lane - Dundas Ryerson parking
    5 Victoria - Dundas - Ryerson parking
    6 Victoria - North view to Mordell Centre & Kerr Hall
    7 Victoria - Gould - East view, Kerr Hall, photographics, CJRT
    8 Victoria - entrance to Mordell Centre
    9 Victoria - Entrance to Jorgenson Hall
    10 Victoria - Gerrard - highrise apartments
    11 Gould - Victoria - Kerr Hall
    12 Ryerson Quad - Southern view towards original facade
    13 Quad - Northwest view from centre of the Quad
    14 Church - Gould
    15 Gould - entrance to Quad
    16 Simpsons - Sears - Gould - Dalhousie - Southeast view
    17 Church - Gould - Ryerson parking & Mechanical Building
    18 Gerrard - Mutual - technology annex
    19 Allan Gardens - Gerrard - Eastern view
    20 Allan Gardens - Northern view
    21 Allan Gardens
    22 Jarvis - Gerrard - Baptist church
    23 Dundas - Pembroke - architectural character of the area
    24 Pembroke - variety of housing
    25 Pembroke - residential renovations

Scenes of Ryerson

File consists of twelve copies of 35mm colour slides from the personal collection of Bob Ward, 1954 Photographic Arts graduate. Includes: #1-2: Shots taken on Gould St. (1) Entrance gate at the corner of Gould & Church Sts. (2) Ryerson Hall#3-7: Shots of a Ryerson group parading from the Guelph train station to the Guelph campus for a Homecoming football game.#8-12: Shots taken during Ryerson student initiation week.

Archive Stock photographs

File contains slide copies of photographs in the Ryerson University Archives collection. Subjects include the Toronto Normal School, Ryerson's Campus, Parades, Dances, Convocation, Sports teams, Employees, and Ryerson's name change to University.

Campus and departmental photographs

File contains photographs taken[?] by Tom Kilner. Included are photographs of faculty and staff in the Math, Physics, and Computer Science department, equipment, and general campus scenes.

Tom Kilner fonds

  • F 121
  • Fonds
  • 1900, 1982-1986

Fonds consists of articles authored or co-authored by Kilner, as well as historical photographs of Toronto and Ryerson.

Kilner, Tom

Eaton's album of Toronto views : [photographs]

File consists of two sets of 4x5 copy negatives and two sets of 11x14 copy prints of three black-and-white photographs from an album of Toronto photographic scenes. The negatives and one set of the copy prints are placed in the file folder while the second set of prints has been framed and displayed in the Archives public area. Subject matter includes: the Toronto Normal School ca. 1900; Allan Gardens ca. 1900; and Yonge Street ca. 1900.