UTSC Archives Legacy Collection

Students in Meeting Place
Students studying and socializing in the Meeting Place. Photograph is discoloured, stained, scratched, and has surface residue.
Old Biology Building
Old Biology Building being used as a temporary home for Scarborough College students, c.1965. Photograph is yellowing, torn, and showing signs of loss from pinholes.
Library Groundbreaking Event with Margaret Birch and President Ham
Photo of the Library Groundbreaking event with Margaret Birch, MP, and UofT President James Milton Ham. Photograph is yellowing and has adhesive residue on the verso.
Administrative offices for Scarborough & Erindale Colleges
Sign for the administrative offices for Scarborough & Erindale Colleges, located on St George St., c. 1965. Photograph is yellowing, scratched, stained, and has surface residue.
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.
J.L. Ball, Librarian's Office
Photo shows J.L. Ball in the Librarian's Office in March 1966. Photograph is yellowing and crackling.
Professor in Front of Blackboard
Unidentified professor writing on the blackboard. Photograph is yellowing and has surface residue.
First administration building for Scarborough and Erindale Campuses, located on St George Campus
Administration Building for both the Erindale & Scarborough campuses, located on St. George Street, c. 1965. Photograph is yellowing, creased, scratched, stained, and shows signs of loss, causing delamination.
Ground Breaking for Scarborough College
Ground breaking for the Andrews Buildings at Scarborough College, on May 14, 1964. Photograph is yellowing, stained, creased, and has adhesive residue on the verso.
Moving into the Old Biology Building
The Old Biology Building of St. George Campus being used as the new Scarborough Campus in 1965. Photograph is yellowing and stained.
Graduation Reception, Miller Lash House
Photo of three unidentified students at a Graduation Reception on June 1970, located at the Miller Lash House. Photograph is yellowing, crackling, scratched, and has surface residue, causing delamination.