UTSC Archives Legacy Collection

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Second & third floor hallways, Humanities Wing
Smaller classrooms are are located above larger lecture halls. Inscribed on back: Scarborough College, Television Department. Photograph has yellowing, crackling, dents, scratches & delamination.
Fifth-floor hallway, Science Wing
A student or staff member walks north-east along the fifth floor of the Science Wing. Photograph has delamination.
Scarborough College Bookstore
Photograph shows shelving in the Scarborough College Bookstore. Inscribed on back: Book Store. 1980s. SM 3. J607851. Photograph has dents, surface grime & delamination.
South Side of Scarborough College with Patio and Sculpture
South side of Scarborough College. Photo shows the patio and sculpture on campus. Photograph is yellowing, stained, torn, and shows signs of loss.
View from the bottom of an unidentified stairwell
Looking upwards from the bottom of a stairwell in the Humanities or Science Wing. Inscribed on back: Scarborough College Archives. Photograph has yellowing, cockling & stains.
Main entrance to campus at junction of Science Wing & Administration Building - north side
Former main entrance and landscaping. Inscribed on back: Marion Zimmer, Development and Public Relations Scarborough Campus, U of T, Scarborough, Ontario CAMPUS MAIL. Photograph has silver mirroring, yellowing, dents, delamination & adhesive residue (on back).
Campus architects, Michael Hough (landscape), John Andrews & Michael Huso-Brunt
Campus architects posing with model. Photograph has yellowing, tear, dents, loss (staple holes).
Recreation/Bladen wing - northwest side
Recreation Wing and trees in winter. Photograph has dent.
Humanities Wing
Construction cross-section of the Humanities Wing. Inscribed on back: Photograph by R. Rigelhof, Toronto, Telephone 247-0009. Copyright No. ........ Photograph has yellowing, creases & dent.
Main Entrance of Scarborough College
Photo shows the main entrance of Scarborough College during the winter time, Photograph is yellowing, stained, and has surface residue.
Conference room
Science Wing meeting room no longer has steps and has been modernized to accommodate presentations. Photograph has yellowing, crackling, creases, dents, & scratches.
Humaniities wing, Administration Building & Science Wing, looking west - south side
Stairway into valley on south side of campus in winter. Inscribed on back: please credit: Scarborough College, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Photograph has yellowing, crackling, scratches, delamination & surface grime.
Renovation of second-floor offices, Meeting Place
Photograph shows renovations of the second-floor hallways and offices in the Meeting Place, which are now the Registrar's Offices. Inscribed on back: renovations 1997, registrar. Photograph has dent.
Postcard showing the Humanities Wing
Promotional postcard showing the interior architecture of the Humanities Wing. Inscribed on back: Scarborough College University of Toronto. Internationally acclaimed for its architecture, the College offers B.A. and B.Sc. courses for the Province's growing University population. 46283-C ca 1970s. Canadian Post Card Co. Ltd., Toronto 3. Post Card. 401. place stamp here. Postcard has stain.
Aerial shot of Humanities, Science, and Recreation Wings
Aerial shot of Humanities, Science, and Recreation (Bladen) Wings from the southwest. Photograph is yellowing, creased, scratched, and has adhesive residue on the verso, causing delamination.
Ventilation towers of Humanities Wing - east side
Towers framed by tree branches & leaves, looking west. Photograph has yellowing, crackling & delamination.
Humanities Wing ventilation tower - north side
Humanities Wing stacks and trees in winter. Photograph has dents & surface grime & stains.
Construction Between Humanities Wing and Recreation Wing
Construction worker on steel frame construction between Humanities Wing and Recreation Wing, Scarborough Campus, 1971 Photograph is yellowing, stained, creased, and dented, causing delamination.
Bladen Library stacks/shelves
Photograph shows the Bladen Library, empty of books, in preparation for demolition to build the Academic Resource Centre. Inscribed on back: Summer 2002. Rows of empty shelves as Bladen Libary is emptied before construction. Photo by Ken Jones. Photograph is in good condition.
Construction of Scarborough College: Science Wing, north view
Field & tree lot on the north side of Science Wing. Photograph has yellowing & surface grime.
Foundation excavation
Construction workers excavating for an unidentified foundation. Photograph has dent, scratches & yellowing.
Library rooms in the Science Wing
Photograph shows students reading in temporary library rooms in the Science Wing. Inscribed on back: Scarborough College Library, 1265 Military Trail, West Hill - Ontario. September 1973. Library in S-wing. LG-5. Photograph has yellowing, cockling, delamination & dent.
Fourth floor hallway - Humanities Wing
A staff member or student walks west along the fifth floor of the Humanities Wing. Photograph is in good condition.
Child standing in front of Humanities Wing - northeast side
Photograph shows a child standing in front of the Humanities Wing during construction. Photograph has yellowing & loss (pin holes).
Construction of Recreation Wing from the south
Looking north between the Humanities Wing & Administration Building towards the Recreation Wing. Inscribed on back: please credit: Scarborough College, Unversity of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Photograph has yellowing, crackling, cockling, dents, & delamination.
Contact sheet: Humanities and Science Wings
Contact sheet includes nine images of the Humanities and Science Wings, taken from the west side of the buildings. Several include images of the sculpture on the Humanities Wing patio, A Tall Couple by Louis Archambault. Photograph is yellowing.
Humanities Wing
Photograph shows the Humanities Wing under construction, with scaffolding still present on building. Inscribed on back: please credit: Scarborough College, Unversity of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Photograph has discoloration, staining, creases, dent & surface loss.
Humanities Wing and Administration Building - northeast side
Photograph shows the Humanities Wing and the Administration Building from the northeast. Inscribed on back: please credit: Scarborough College University of Toronto Ontario, Canada Photograph has yellowing, crackling, cockling, dents, creases & delamination loss
Construction of Scarborough College: Science Wing, Administration Building, Humanities Wing, Recreation Wing & Bladen library
Aerial photograph of Scarborough College from the east. Inscribed on back: Photo credit, Peter Mykusz, City of Scarborough. 8710-11-01, Oct 5, 1987. Photograph has cockling.
northeast View of Humanities Wing and Recreation ing
northeast view of Humanities Wing & Recreation Wing, Scarborough Campus Photograph is yellowed, dented.
Humanities, Science & Recreation Wings with Bladen library - aerial view looking southwest
Aerial view of campus buildings and surrounding area, includes Military Trail, Highland Creek Valley and Morningside Avenue with bridge. Photograph has yellowing, surface grime, dents, scratches & adhesive residue (on back).
Construction of Scarborough College: Science Wing, Administration Building, Humanities Wing & Recreation Wing, aerial view
Aerial photograph of Scarborough College from the north. View includes Military Trail going south east and the Kingston Road bridge over the Highland Creek Valley. Photograph has yellowing, cockling, scratches, crease, dents & delamination.
Interior View of Administration Building
Drawing of the interior view of the Administration Building of UTSC. Page & Steele, John Andrews Architects. Photograph is yellowing, creased, dented, stained, shows signs of loss, and has adhesive residue on the verso.
Aerial view directly over Scarborough Campus and surrounding roads
Aerial view directly over Scarborough Campus, showing the Humanities, Science, and Recreation (Bladen) Wings as well as student residences and the Athletics Centre. Photograph is yellowing, creased, stained, dented, and has surface residue, causing delamination.

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