UTSC Archives Legacy Collection

Absolute Graffitti, front cover
The 1987/1988 edition of Absolute Graffiti: Anthology of Arts at Scarborough Campus. Cover is faded, brittle.
Update on Scarborough College Temporary Quarters, pg. 1
An update given to the Scarborough Enterprise, circa August 10, 1965, regarding the temporary Scarborough College facilities on the St. George campus and the current status of building at the Scarborough campus, nicknamed "Scarab College' Pages have hole-punches and staple holes.
A Provisional Plan for Two Off-Campus Colleges in the University of Toronto, cover
Booklet outlining the proposed plans, personnel, curriculum and community for two new campuses, one in Mississauga (Erindale) and the other in Scarborough, drafted by the Off-Campus College Committee. Pages have folds, staples, and tears.
Scarborough Fair IV, front cover
Scarborough Fair is a literary and art publication that is still being published today (2012) at UTSC. Anyone may contribute to its contents. Cover and pages are brittle, stained, folded, and have frayed edges.
Programme for the Formal Opening of Scarborough College, pg. 1
Programme for the Formal Opening of Scarborough College, on October 4, 1966 - Tuesday - 8:15 pm, and the address given by Dr. Claude T. Bissell. Pages are folded and wrinkled.
Mindfield, front cover
Mindfield is a compilation of artworks created and published by students from Scarborough College. Cover is brittle.
Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau Visits Scarborough College
Pierre Trudeau greeting students at the University of Toronto Scarborough in 1971. Photograph has surface scratches, back damaged with glue, tape and velcro
computer & Networking services staff in Multimedia room, ARC, Scarborough Campus
Photograph shows staff members in the Multimedia Room of the new UTSC Library. Inscribed on back - 3 November 2003. Lucia Mariani & Michael Murphy-Boyer in the multimedia room. Both are with CNS. Photo by Ken Jones. Photograph has scratch.
Symbolic Presentation Resulting from the Students' Library Referendum
Peter Harte, Joan Foley, Lee McClaren, and Sheldon Leith holding a cheque for the Symbolic Presentation in 1975, resulting from the Students' Library Referendum. Photograph is yellowing, crackling, has silver mirroring, and has adhesive residue on the verso.
Students at Event in Science Wing
Students walking the halls at an event in the Science Wing. Photograph is yellowing, crackling, and dented, causing delamination.
Patio Lawn Slope [exhibition catalog]
"Patio Lawn Slope" is a catalogue of an outdoor sculpture project that was located on the three hundred acre Scarborough Campus. The catalogue contains photo images of the display as well as accompanying written work. Edges of the cover are worn.
Old Biology Building as Temporary Quarters for the New Scarborough College
Photo shows the old biology building at St. George Campus being used as temporary quarters for the new Scarborough Campus in 1965. Photograph torn in the left hand corner