UTSC Archives Legacy Collection

Construction of the Humanities Wing
Construction of the Humanities Wing & Administrative building from the northeast, c. 1965. Photograph is yellowing, torn, scratched, and shows evidence of loss from pinholes as well as delamination.
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.
Excavation site
Photograph shows two workers in an excavated pit. Construction project unknown. Inscribed on back: please credit: Scarborough College University of Toronto Ontario, Canada Photograph has yellowing, crackling, dents, creases & stains.
Construction site with rebar
Photograph shows two workers overseeing rebar in an unidentified construction site. Inscribed on back: please credit: Scarborough College University of Toronto Ontario, Canada Photograph has yellowing, crackling, dents, creases, tear & stains.
Concrete foundation construction
Photograph shows frames for concrete foundations. Inscribed on back: please credit: Scarborough College University of Toronto Ontario, Canada. Photograph has yellowing, crackling, crease, dents & stains.
Academic Resource Centre Architects
Photograph shows architects Bob Boyko and Brian MacKay-Lyons posing with a model of the Academic Resource Centre. Inscribed on back: ARC Architects with model. (L) Bob Boyko of Rounthwaite, Dick & Hadley. (R) Brian MacKay-Lyons with model. Photo by Ken Jones. Photograph has scratches & crease.
Construction vehicles on construction site
Photograph shows construction vehicles in an unidentified building site. Inscribed on back: please credit: Scarborough College University of Toronto Ontario, Canada Photograph has yellowing, crackling, dents, creases, tear & stains.
Humanities Wing and Bridge Construction to Recreation Wing
Photo shows the Humanities Wing, as well as the bridge construction to the Recreation Wing, in Scarborough College. Photograph is yellowing, scratched, stained, and creased, causing delamination.
Interior Construction of Meeting Place
June 3, 1965 photo of the southwest view of the interior construction of the Meeting Place in the Administration Building. E.G.M Cape Co. (1956) Ltd General Contractor, Page & Steele and John Andrews Project Architects, and Ewbank, Pillar & Associates Ltd. Consulting Engineers were all involved in the construction. Photograph is yellowing, creased, torn, scratched, stained, and shows signs of loss, causing delamination.
Humanities Wing Stacks, and Construction of Administrative Building and Science Wing
Photo shows the Humanities Wing ventilation stacks, as well as the construction of the Administrative building, and Science Wing at Scarborough College. Photograph is yellowing, stained, creased, torn, scratched, and crackling, causing delamination.
Truck full of roof trusses for Academic Resource Centre
Photograph shows the delivery of roof trusses for the Academic Resource Centre. Inscribed on back: Roof trusses being brought on site. Winter 2003. Photo by Ken Jones. Photograph has surface grime.
Science Wing of Scarborough College Under Construction
Southwest view construction image of the Science Wing of Scarborough College, on June 3, 1965. E.G.M Cape Co. (1956) Ltd General Contractor. Page & Steele and John Andrews Project Architects. Ewbank, Pillar & Associates Ltd. Consulting Engineers. Photograph is yellowing, creased, torn, scratched, stained, shows signs of loss, and has adhesive residue on the verso.
Large Panes of Glass for Upper Windows of the ARC
The photo shows construction workers carrying large panes of glass for the upper windows on the south side of the Academic Resource Centre in summer 2003. Photograph is stained.