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Program for Les Belles Soeurs, front cover
Program for Les Belles Soeurs, a play by Michael Tremblay, performed at Leigha Lee Browne Theatre (now the Alumni Theatre) at UTSC on December 8, 9, 14, 15 & 16, 2000 at 8:00 pm and December 10, 2000 at 2:00 pm. Publication is in good condition.
Absolute Graffitti, front cover
The 1987/1988 edition of Absolute Graffiti: Anthology of Arts at Scarborough Campus. Cover is faded, brittle.
UTSC Alumni Association members
Portrait of the University of Toronto Scarborough Alumni Association in the 1990s. Photograph is dented, stained, and has surface residue, causing delamination.
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.
Installation of Professor Paul Thompson as Principal
Installation of Professor Paul Thompson, 1970 BA UofT Scarborough graduate, as Principal and Dean in 1989. Photograph is yellowing.
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.
Instructor talking to visitors about the Scanning Electron Microscope
Photo of an instructor talking to visitors of the Science Open House about the Scanning Electron Microscope. Photograph is yellowing, torn, stained, scratched, shows signs of loss, and has adhesive residue on the verso.
Student with book, browsing the library stacks
One area of books in the library. Inscribed on back: M Allen 6%. Photograph has yellowing, cockling, crackling, dents, scratches, adhesive residue, delamination & loss (pin holes).
Graduation procession from University College to Convocation Hall
Procession of students prior to convocation. Photograph has dents & crease.
J.L. Ball, Librarian's Office
Photo shows J.L. Ball in the Librarian's Office in March 1966. Photograph is yellowing and crackling.
Students in Science Wing Hallway
Students at study spaces and walking down the Science Wing hallway in the 1970s. This part of a display proposal for the new Bladen library, demonstrating the lack of library space on campus. Photograph is yellowing and has adhesive residue on the verso.
Students sitting at study carrels
Students posing at study carrels. Inscribed on back: Photo by Robert Lansdale, 18 Ashfield Drive, Etobicoke - Ontario, Phone: 621-8788. Negatie File No. 691249. Photograph has yellowing, cockling, crackling, scratches & delamination.
Women's Ice Hockey Team
Portrait of the UTSC Women's Ice Hockey Team. Photograph is yellowing, has surface residue, and has adhesive residue on the verso, causing delamination.
View of Science Wing hallways, third & fourth floors
People walking & talking in hallway. Photograph has yellowing, cockling, crackling, crease, dents, discoloration, scratches, surface grime & stains on back.
J.L. Ball, Librarian's Office
Photo shows J.L. Ball in the Librarian's Office in March 1966. Photograph is yellowing, crackling, dented, and has surface residue.
Vincent Bladen greeting a student at a Scarborough College event
Vincent Bladen talks with a student at what seems to be an awards event. Photograph is yellowing, stained, torn, and shows signs of loss.
Student Luciano Moro Jamba
UTSC student Luciano Mora Jamba was born in Sudan and escaped during the Sudanese civil war. He arrived at UTSC on a scholarship from the United Nations High Commission for Refugees to study in the International Development Studies Program. Inscribed on back: Luciano Moro Jamba, Fall 2001. Photograph is in good condition.
President Robert Birgeneau
President Robert Birgeneau speaking near the Meeting Place. Photograph is showing signs of delamination.
Doris McCarthy with Fool's Paradise
Doris Jean McCarthy, in her home, with her sculpture, Fool's Paradise in February 1987. Photograph is yellowing, stained, has surface residue, and has adhesive residue on the verso.
French Student Union Event in Meeting Place
French Student Union event in the Meeting Place at Scarborough Campus. Photograph is yellowing, stained, and scratched, causing delamination.
Scarborough College Band
The Scarborough College Band performing in the Meeting Place. Photograph is yellowing, stained, scratched, and has adhesive residue on the verso, causing delamination.
Recent graduate Alice Bennett at podium for Leigha Lee Browne theatre opening
Photograph shows recent graduate Alice Bennett giving a speech to mark the opening of the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre. Inscribed on back: Leigha Lee Browne theatre opening. Recent graduate Alice Bennett reminisces about the "bad old days" in the old TV studio. Photograph has yellowing, cockling & dents.
Students Sitting on Grass Behind Humanities and Science Wings
Students listening to an outdoor lecture behind the Humanities and Science Wings. Photograph is yellowing and dented.
Students Playing Volleyball Outside of Recreation Wing
Students playing volleyball outside of the east face of the Recreation Wing. Photograph is yellowing, stained, creased, shows signs of loss, has surface residue, and has adhesive residue on the verso.
Student Computer Labs
Student computer Labs at Scarborough campus in 1982. Photograph is yellowing.
Students reading
Three students read in unidentified rooms. Photograph hasyellowing, cockling, & adhesive residue on back.
Doris Jean McCarthy
Black and white photo of Doris McCarthy in the 1980s. Photograph is yellowing and stained.
Orientation event with Scarborough Alumni
Photograph shows two unidentified alumni presiding over the Orientation Brunch. Inscribed on back: Orientation Brunch. Photograph has yellowing, dents, surface grime & adhesive residue on back
Scarborough Campus Chorus
Scarborough Campus Chorus performing in the Meeting Place. Photograph is yellowing and has surface residue, causing delamination.
Student Luciano Moro Jamba
UTSC student Luciano Mora Jamba was born in Sudan and escaped during the Sudanese civil war. He arrived at UTSC on a scholarship from the United Nations High Commission for Refugees to study in the International Development Studies Program. Inscribed on back: Luciano Moro Jamba, Fall 2001. Photograph is in good condition.
Students walking into Meeting Place
Information bulleting boards in background on Meeting Place wall. Inscribed on back: Please return to - SC Scarborough College Television Department. 3. & 51 1/2 & 144 & p 14 top Photograph has yellowing, cockling, crackling, scratches, dents, & surface grime.
Career fair
A Scotiabank representative speaks with a student at a careers fair. Photograph has yellowing & scratches.
Leigha Lee Browne Theatre
Photo of the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre and stage at Scarborough Campus. Photograph is yellowing and stained.
Tea in the Meeting Place
A waitress serves tea in the Meeting Place during an unknown event. Photograph has yellowing, cockling, creases, dents, stains & surface grime.
Graduation Event, Science Wing
Photo of a 1970's graduation event in the Science Wing. Photograph is discoloured, creased, and crackling.
Luciano Moro Jamba
UTSC student Luciano Mora Jamba was born in Sudan and escaped during the Sudanese civil war. He arrived at UTSC on a scholarship from the United Nations High Commission for Refugees to study in the International Development Studies Program. Inscribed on back: Luciano Moro Jamba, Fall 2001. Photograph is in good condition.
Professor Ken Howard, Department of Physical and Environmental Sciences
Dr. Ken Howard, Professor of Geology, takes a moment to relax from his research and teaching. Photograph is scratched, has surface residue, and has adhesive residue on the verso.

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