UTSC Archives Legacy Collection

John Diefenbaker, Watt's Lecture
Photo shows John Diefenbaker, a Watt's Lecturer, in 1977. Photograph is yellowing and folded.
What is a University for Anyway, front cover
Watts Memorial Lecture on "What is a University for Anyway" given by the Lord Annan, Provost University College, London, in January 1971. Booklet has discoloration & loss (staple holes).
Note to Principal Foley regarding Watts Lecture Honorarium and past speakers, pg. 1
Letter from Charlotte Caton to Principal Joan Foley, listing the amount of the honorarium given to past Watts lecturers and a brief review of the various lectures. Paper has creases, dog-ears, folds, loss (staple holes), tear & discoloration.
Healthy Weight: Healthy Life, pg. 1
Pamphlet for a Watts Lecture given by Dr. Sheela V. Basrur, Chief Medical Officer of Ontario. The pamphlet includes a biography, a description of the lecture, and a description of the Watts Lecture as well as a list of all past lecturers. Pamphlet is in good condition.
Human Spaces, Deadly Places: Citizenship and Humanitarian Action for the 21st Century (card), front
Promotional card for Dr. James Orbinski's Watts Lecture. Card is in good condition.
Partners in Development, the first F.B. Watts Memorial Lecture given by Lester B. Pearson [text]
Bound copy of "Partners in Development", the first F.B. Watts Memorial Lecture, given by the Right Honorable Lester B. Pearson on Friday February 27, 1970 at Scarborough College, University of Toronto. Cover is creased and worn at the edges.
Watts Lecture Survey
Document from 2003 relating the results of a survey conducted in 1994-95 regarding desired candidates for future Watts lectures. Document has loss (staple holes).
Corporate Power Today: The Image and the Reality, front cover
Watts Lecture notes of David Lewis, former leader of New Democratic Party, lawyer for United Steelworkers, professor at Carleton University, correspondent with Toronto Star & Member of Parliament. Booklet has discoloration, creases & loss (staple holes).
Notes for a Speech by the Rt. Hon. J.G. Diefenbaker, front cover
Transcript of a Watts Lecture given by John G. Diefenbaker, Q.C., former Prime Minister of Canada. Booklet has staples, discoloration, crease & stain.
Science & Society, front cover
Watts Memorial Lecture on "Science & Society" given by Dr. Gerhard Herzberg (Nobel prize for Chemistry, 1971), on March 12, 1974. Booklet is in good condition.
Healthy Weight: Healthy Life (card), front
Promotional card for Dr. Sheela Basrur's Watts Lecture. Card is in good condition.
Canada's Unions: Looking to the Future, front cover
Program for a Watts Lecture given by Robert (Bob) White, who became a national figure due to his activities as a prominent labor organizer & union leader. He is an officer of the Order of Canada. Program has surface grime.
Can Your Life Become a Work of Art?, front cover
Watts Memorial Lecture on the topic "Can Your Life Become a Work of Art?" given by architect & planner, Raymond Moriyama on March 4, 1975. Booklet has loss (staple holes).
Stephen (Sholem) Lewis
Portrait of Stephen (Sholem) Lewis, a Watt's Lecturer on October 27, 1985. Photograph is yellowing, stained, dented, has surface residue, and has adhesive residue on the verso.
David Takayoshi Suzuki
David Takayoshi Suzuki at a Watt's Lecture in 1984. Photograph is yellowing and creased.
Large portrait of John Diefenbaker, Watt's Lecture
Large portrait of John Diefenbaker for his Watt's Lecture in 1977. Photograph is yellowing, scratched, dented, and creased.
Major-General Lewis Wharton Mackenzie
Photo of the Major-General Lewis Wharton Mackenzie for his Watt's Lecture. Photograph is yellowing, dented, scratched, and has adhesive residue on the verso.
John Diefenbaker Watts Lecture audience
Audience gives former Prime Minister John Diefenbaker (not pictured) a standing ovation after his Watts Lecture in the Meeting Place, 1977. Photograph is yellowing and scratched.
Watts Lecturer Abdullah Abdullah
Portrait of Abdullah Abdullah, Palestine Liberation Organization ambassador to Greece, who gave a Watts Lecture in 1994 alongside Israeli Ambassador to Canada Itzhak Shelef. Lecture topic: "The Politics of Reconciliation" Photograph is yellowing, creased, dented, and has adhesive residue on the verso.
Roberta Bondar, Watt's Lecturer
Astronaut, Roberta Bondar, signing the guestbook for her Watt's Lecture at Scarborough Campus. Photograph is yellowing.
John Diefenbaker, Watt's Lecture
Photo shows John Diefenbaker, a Watt's Lecturer in 1977. Photograph is yellowing.
John Diefenbaker, Watt's Lecture
Photo shows John Diefenbaker, a Watt's Lecturer, in 1977. Photograph is yellowing and dented.
John Diefenbaker, Watt's Lecture
Photo shows John Diefenbaker, a Watt's Lecturer, in 1977. Photograph is yellowing, dented, and has surface residue.
Edwin "Honest Ed" Mirvish
Edwin (Yehuda) "Honest Ed" Mirvish at his Watts Lecture in 1989. Photograph is yellowing.
Students and Others Greeting John Diefenbaker
Students and others greeting John Diefenbaker at his 1977 Watt's Lecture in the Meeting Place. Photograph is yellowing and scratched.
Edwin "Honest Ed" Mirvish, Watt's Lecture
Portrait of Edwin (Yehuda) "Honest Ed" Mirvish, in front of the Princess Alexandra Theatre in Toronto, Ontario. Mirvish gave a Watts Lecture at Scarborough College on October 4, 1989 entitled "You don't have to know too much about Theatre to make it work" Photograph is yellowing, stained, scratched, has surface residue, and has adhesive residue on the verso.
John Diefenbaker, Watts Lecture
Close-up of John Diefenbaker, Watts Lecturer in 1977. Photograph is yellowing.
Itzhak Shelef, Watt's Lecture
Photo shows Itzhak Shelef, (Israeli Ambassador), a Watt's Lecturer, with Abdullah Abdullah (PLO ambassador to Greece), in 1994. The topic is "The Politics of Reconciliation". Photograph is yellowing, scratched, and has adhesive residue on the verso.
Thomas Abel, Watt's Lecturer
Photo of Thomas Abel at his Watt's Lecture. Photograph is yellowing and stained.
Stephen (Sholem) Henry Lewis, Watt's Lecturer
Portrait of Stephen (Sholem) Henry Lewis, a Watt's Lecturer in 1985. Photograph is yellowing, stained, and has adhesive residue on the verso.
Edwin "Honest Ed" Mirvish, Watt's Lecture
Edwin (Yehuda) "Honest Ed" Mirvish, Watt's Lecture in Meeting Place Scarborough Campus, October 4, 1989. Topic - "You don't have to know too much about Theatre to make it work" Photograph is yellowing and has adhesive residue on the verso.