UTSC Archives Legacy Collection

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John Diefenbaker, Watt's Lecture
Photo shows John Diefenbaker, a Watt's Lecturer, in 1977. Photograph is yellowing and folded.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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).
Fifth-floor hallway, Science Wing
A student or staff member walks north-east along the fifth floor of the Science Wing. Photograph has delamination.
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.
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.
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.
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).
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.
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.
Three unidentified employees
Photograph shows three employees in an unidentified office. Inscribed on back: 113% Photograph has yellowing, scratches, stains & surface grime.
President Robert Birgeneau
President Robert Birgeneau speaking near the Meeting Place. Photograph is showing signs of delamination.
W. Beckel
William Edwin Beckel a zoologist and promoter of using television for teaching. In 1964 he was appointed first dean of Scarborough College. Inscribed on back: W. Beckel. Photograph has yellowing, dent & surface grime.
W. Beckel & V. Koners
William Edwin Beckel a zoologist and promoter of using television for teaching. In 1964 he was appointed first dean of Scarborough College. Inscribed on back: W. Beckel, V. Koners. Photograph has yellowing & delamination.
Don Holman in the Fine Art Department
Photograph shows Don Holman consulting artwork in the Fine Art Department. Inscribed on back: Don Holman. Photograph has yellowing.
Professor Claire Hasenkampf
Portrait of Professor Claire Hasenkampf. Photograph is yellowing, stained, creased, and scratched.
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.
Career fair
A Scotiabank representative speaks with a student at a careers fair. Photograph has yellowing & scratches.
DLC Miller
D.L.C. Miller in his office. Inscribed on back: DLC Miller. 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.
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.
Professor Ron Dengler
Portrait of Professor Ron Dengler. Photograph is yellowing, stained, creased, and scratched.
Principal AFW Plumptre
Former Principal. Inscribed on back: AFW Plumptre Photograph has yellowing & surface grime.
Scarborough College Orchestra and Chorus
The Scarborough College orchestra and choir performing in the meeting place. Photograph is yellowing and has adhesive residue on the verso, causing delamination.
Television Studio Under Construction for the Leigha Lee Browne Theatre
The old Scarborough Campus television studio being gutted in order to make way for the new Leigha Lee Browne theatre. Photograph is silvering, scratched, and has adhesive residue on the verso.
G. Fitzgerald
G. Fitzgerald in his office. Inscribed on back: G. Fitzgerald. Photograph has yellowing, scratches & crease.
Bill Cowie
Professor Bill Cowie lecturing. Photograph is yellowing and has adhesive residue on the verso.
Professor
Portrait of unknown professor. Photograph is yellowing, stained, creased, and scratched.
Scarborough College Chorus
The Scarborough College Chorus performing in the Meeting Place in 1993. Photograph is scratched, stainted, dented, and shows signs of loss.

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