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John Diefenbaker, Watt's Lecture
Photo shows John Diefenbaker, a Watt's Lecturer, in 1977. Photograph is yellowing and folded.
What is a University for Anyway, front cover
Watts Memorial Lecture on "What is a University for Anyway" given by the Lord Annan, Provost University College, London, in January 1971. Booklet has discoloration & loss (staple holes).
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.
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).
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.
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.
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.
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).
Physiology lab, Science Open House
Visitors in physiology lab, Science Open House, 1973. Photograph is yellowing.
P.R.W. Millard, Kathy Kester Mlllard, and Evelyn Sneyd Millard at Garden Party Reception
This photo shows P.R.W. Millard, Kathy Kester Mlllard and Evelyn Sneyd Millard having tea at a Garden Party Reception at UTSC's Miller Lash House. Photograph is yellowing.
Large portrait of John Diefenbaker, Watt's Lecture
Large portrait of John Diefenbaker for his Watt's Lecture in 1977. Photograph is yellowing, scratched, dented, and creased.
John Diefenbaker Watts Lecture audience
Audience gives former Prime Minister John Diefenbaker (not pictured) a standing ovation after his Watts Lecture in the Meeting Place, 1977. Photograph is yellowing and scratched.
Graduation and Decennial
Photo of a Scarborough Graduation and Decennial, 1974/1976. Photograph is yellowing.
Psychology Symposium Group with Professors Joan Foley and Gerald Cupchik
Principal Joan Foley, Professor Gerald Cupchik, and the Scarborough Campus Psychology Symposium Group in 1977. Photograph is yellowing and shows signs of delamination.
Bladen Library - books placed on top of shelves
Staff person shelving books on stacks in library. Inscribed on back: books are shelved on top of shelves as well as on the shelves. Inscribed on front: Library 4. Photograph has yellowing, surface grime, dents & adhesive residue (on back).
Miller Lash House and Flooding in the Highland Creek Valley
1976 photo of the Miller Lash House and flooding in the Highland Creek Valley. Photograph is yellowing, scratched.
Student & staff with computer, Scarborough College
Multimedia tools on computer in library lab. Inscribed on back - student being shown 3-D computer image 1980s. 30% Photograph has surface grime & adhesive residue on back.
Bladen Library & book boxes
Preparing to shelve library books. Inscribed on back: (l) Marla Miller, Librarian, (m) Jean Deavitt, STL College Librarian. LG - 14. Photograph has yellowing.
Students in Bladen Library
Students studying in the Bladen Library in the 1971/1972 school year. Photograph is yellowing, stained, scratched, creased, and dented.
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
Intramural Volleyball Championship Team Award Winners at Athletic Banquet
Photo shows the award winning Intramural Volleyball Championship Team at an Athletic Banquet for the 1975-1976 year. Photograph is yellowing, creased, shows signs of loss, and has adhesive residue on the verso, causing delamination.
Touch-Football Team "B" Champions
Photo of the Touch-Football Team "B" Champions for 1981-1982. Players and coaches are unidentified. Photograph is yellowing, scratched, and has adhesive residue on the verso.
Biology lab, Science Open House
Visitor looking through microscope in biology lab, Science Open House, Scarborough College Photograph is yellowing, scratched, and stained.
Garden Party Reception at Miller Lash House
This is a photo of a Garden Party Reception at Miller Lash House in Highland Creek Valley, on June 3, 1971. Photograph is yellowing.
Bladen library site with Principal Joan Foley
Principal Joan Foley tours the site of the new library, under construction. Inscribed on Post-It on reverse: 1981 Photograph has adhesive residue on back.
Margaret Birch, President J. M. Ham and Others at Groundbreaking Event for V.W. Bladen Library
Photo of Margaret Birch MP, UofT President James Milton Ham and others at the groundbreaking event for the V.W. Bladen Library in 1981. Photograph is yellowing and dented.
P.R.W. Millard, Kathy Kester Millard, and Mord S. Millard at Garden Party Reception
This photo shows P.R.W. Millard, Kathy Kester Millard, and Mord S. Millard at a Garden Party Reception at UTSC's Miller Lash House. Photograph is yellowing.
Young Visitor Testing Lung Capacity
A young visitor of the Scarborough Campus Science Open House testing lung capacity in the Biology (physiology) Lab. Photograph is yellowing, scratched, discoloured, and crackling.
Margaret Birch and Former Principal Plumptre at Decennial Event and Convocation Ball
Photo of Margaret Birch, MPP, and Former Principal Plumptre at the 1975 Scarborough Campus Decennial event and Convocation Ball. Photograph is discoloured.
Band at Scarborough College Decennial and Convocation Ball
The Benny Louis Orchestra performs at the Scarborough College Decennial and Convocation Ball in 1975. Photograph is discoloured.
Scarborough Campus Decennial Event and Convocation Ball
Unidentified guests dancing at the Scarborough Campus Decennial event and Convocation Ball. Photograph is discoloured.
Chemistry lab, Science Open House
Visitors observing a demonstration in the chemistry lab, Science Open House, 1973. Photograph is discolored, stained, torn, folded, scratched, has surface residue, and has adhesive residue on the verso.
Ukrainian Dancers at Decennial Event and Convocation Ball
Three Ukrainian Dancers performing at the 1975 Scarborough Campus Decennial event and Convocation Ball. Photograph is discoloured.
Child looking through a microscope, Science Open House
A child visitor looks through a microscope during the Science Open House at Scarborough College in 1973. Photograph is yellowing, stained, scratched, has surface residue, and has adhesive residue on the verso.
John Diefenbaker, Watt's Lecture
Photo shows John Diefenbaker, a Watt's Lecturer in 1977. Photograph is yellowing.
Margaret Birch and Former Principal Plumptre at Decennial Event and Convocation Ball
Photo shows Margaret Birch, MPP, and Former Principal Plumptre at the 1975 Scarborough Campus Decennial event and Convocation Ball. Photograph is discoloured, dented, and has surface grime.
John Diefenbaker, Watt's Lecture
Photo shows John Diefenbaker, a Watt's Lecturer, in 1977. Photograph is yellowing and dented.
Petri dishes, Science Open House
Visitors observe cultures in petri dishes in the microbiology lab, Science Open House, 1973. Photograph is yellowing, stained, torn, folded, scratched, crackling, shows signs of loss, and has adhesive residue on the verso.

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