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CA ON00343 UHN-EC · Collection · 1999-2018

The University Health Network ephemera collection is an assembly of material that have been accumulated by the UHN Archives from a variety of disparate sources including, but not limited to, family members of former staff or students, other repositories, or anonymous donations. Collection consists of publications and reports. Material in the collection relates to the history of the University Health Network.

University Health Network
CA ON00343 TWS · Fonds · 1946 - 2007

Fonds consists of a scrapbook started by the Class President of the 1946 September Class, Margaret Smith, as well as a letter to the UHN Archives from class member Joyce Kinslow, outlining the origins of the scrapbook. The scrapbook was originally kept in a binder. Ms. Smith kept the scrapbook up to date for a span of 60 years by having a page or pages dedicated to each graduate. Graduates would send pictures and notes to Margaret throughout the years for inclusion on their page in the scrapbook. The scrapbook would be shared and updated at class reunions and subsequently came to be held by Joyce Kinslow. Affixed to the pages of the scrapbook are photographs, letters, typed and handwritten entries, business cards, announcements, newspaper clippings, obituaries, menus for official gatherings, and a commemorative booklet, <i>The Nurses’ Alumnae Association of the Toronto Western Hospital’s Diamond Jubilee 1898-1958</i>.

Toronto Western Hospital. School of Nursing. September Class of 1946
CA ON00343 TWH-EC · Collection · 1909-1976

The Toronto Western Hospital ephemera collection is an assembly of material in various formats that have been accumulated by the UHN Archives from a variety of disparate sources including, but not limited to, family members of former staff or students, other repositories, or anonymous donations. Collection consists of photographs and publications. Material in the collection relates to the history of the hospital, its staff or students. Material is arranged by accession. No particular order has been imposed by the Archivist.

File 1 includes photographs of TWH Residents, ca. 1937.

Toronto Western Hospital
CA ON00343 TW fonds · Fonds · 1894-1986

The fonds is arranged into 27 series:

TW 1. Board of Governors/Board of Trustees records
TW 2. Office of The Superintendent records
TW 3. Medical Staff records
TW 4. Department of Nursing records
TW 5. School of Nursing records
TW 6. Toronto Western Hospital Auxiliary records
TW 7. Grace Hospital records
TW 8. Personnel records
TW 9. Publications
TW 10. Internal Committee files
TW 11. Photographs
TW 12. Building Campaign records
TW 13. Architectural plans and drawings
TW 14. Dr. Augusta Stowe-Gullen papers
TW 15. Dr. Lionel T. Armstrong papers
TW 16. Arthur J. Swanson papers
TW 17. Dr. G. Harvey Agnew papers
TW 18. Department of Radiology records
TW 19. Department of Medicine records
TW 20. Dietary/ Food Services Department records
TW 21. Department of Anaesthesia records
TW 22. Department of Pathology research study
TW 23. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine photographs
TW 24. Department of Obstetrics And Gynecology Annual Report
TW 25. Research Office reports
TW 26. Miscellaneous records on the hospital’s history
TW 27. Department of Finance records

Toronto Western Hospital
CA ON00343 TTH-EC · Collection · 1986-1996

The Toronto Hospital ephemera collection is an assembly of material in various formats that have been accumulated by the UHN Archives from a variety of disparate sources including, but not limited to, family members of former staff or students, other repositories, or anonymous donations. Collection consists of textual records. Material in the collection relates to the history of The Toronto Hospital. Material is arranged by accession. No particular order has been imposed by the Archivist.

Collection consists of a photocopy of the Act to amalgamate TGH with TWH, and various hospital newsletters, guidelines, formularies and reports.

The Toronto Hospital
CA ON00343 TGH-EC · Collection · 1874-2011

The Toronto General Hospital ephemera collection is an assembly of material in various formats that have been accumulated by the UHN Archives from a variety of disparate sources including, but not limited to, family members of former staff or students, other repositories, or anonymous donations. Collection consists of textual records, publications, photographs and objects. Material in the collection relates to the history of the hospital, its staff or students.

File 2 contains a recipe for Butter Soup, directions for making lactic acid milk from culture, and notes on letterhead for Dr. Miriam A. Brick.

File 12 includes photos of J.R.F. (Frank) Mills, Bruce Tovee, Wallace Scott, Roche Robertson, L.C. Mongomery, J.A. MacFarlane, and an Oxford Vaporizer (Anaesthesia Machine).

File 14 includes pictures of Drs. E.H. Botterell, K.G. McKenzie and Tom Morley, from Neurosurgery, and Dr. Mary Tom from Neuropathology.

Toronto General Hospital
CA ON00343 TG fonds · Fonds · 1822 - 1989

Fonds consists of the records of the administrative office and bodies of the Toronto General Hospital in addition to those of various medical departments. The fonds includes 36 series:

TG 1. Board of Trustees records
TG 2. Office of the President records
TG 3. Office of the Vice President, Medical Affairs records
TG 4. Medical Advisory Board records
TG 5. Ontario Institute of Radiotherapy records
TG 6. Department of Radiology records
TG 7. Public Relations Department records
TG 8. Special Treatment Clinic records
TG 9. Middle Management Group records
TG 10. Medical Staff Association records
TG 11. Department of Microbiology records
TG 12. Office of the Director of Utilization and Special Services records
TG 13. Department of Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine records
TG 14. Interdisciplinary Task Force of Behavioural Sciences and Allied Groups records
TG 15. Medical Records Department records
TG 16. Social Service Department records
TG 17. Nursing Department records
TG 18. Cardiovascular Investigation Unit records
TG 19. TGH Pharmacopoeia
TG 20. Office of the Supervisor, In-Patient Accounts records
TG 21. Vascular Bank records
TG 22. Division of Neurosurgery records
TG 23. Administrative Council records
TG 24. Department of Nutrition Services records
TG 25. Miscellaneous Publications
TG 26. Toronto General Hospital Bowling League records
TG 27. Biochemistry records
TG 28. Office of the Chief Operating Officer records
TG 29. Toronto General Hospital Foundation records
TG 30. Toronto General Hospital Auxiliary records
TG 31. Certificates and Diplomas
TG 32. Finance Department records
TG 33. Plans and Architectural Drawings
TG 34. Toronto Hospitals Steam Corporation records
TG 35. TGH House Staff photographs
TG 36. TGH Photography Department negatives

Toronto General Hospital
Sunset Manor Home for the Aged fonds · Fonds · 1961-2001

Fonds consists of records of the Sunset Manor Home for the Aged, a long term care facility. It is arranged in the following series:

Administration
Council and Legislative Services
Finance and Accounting
Human Resources
Legal Affairs
Media and Public Relations
Protection and Enforcement Services

Sunset Manor Home for the Aged
Jeffrey Hale Supple Fonds
CA ON00420 SUP · Fonds · 1924-1935, 1999

The fonds consists of original letters written by Jeffrey Hale Supple and by the correspondents that his mother wrote to following his death. There are no outgoing letters written by Supple’s mother. There are also three photograph albums documenting Jeffrey Hale Supple’s career from 1928 to 1934, and one photograph album that may not have belonged to Supple, but which documents another Royal Air Force (RAF) service member’s experience while stationed in Baghdad from circa 1924 to 1926. Work of museum staff and volunteers have been included in the fonds, including photocopies and transcriptions of the letters, and supplementary research (mostly copied articles). The fonds has been arranged in five series: Original letters; Photocopies of letters; Transcriptions of letters; Supplementary Information; and, Photograph albums. Original letters were given sequential point numbers after the catalogue number 1967.1157, ranging from 1967.1157.1 to 1967.1157.131. The photocopies and transcriptions of the letters were given global catalogue numbers 1967.1157.200 and 1967.1157.300 respectively. The photograph albums were given global catalogue numbers 1967.1157.400, 1967.1157.500, 1967.1157.600, and 1967.1157.700, but were also designated with letters A-D. Individual photographs were then given a sequential number based on their placement in the album, such as, for example A-1 for the first photograph in Album A. The supplementary information was given global catalogue number 1967.1157.900. The number 1967.1157.800 was not used.

Hale Supple, Jeffrey, 1903-1934
Dr. F. W. Luney fonds
CA ON00279 SJH-F01 · Fonds · 1907 - 1974

The Dr. F. W. Luney fonds consists of 14 series (and 2 subseries) of records chronicling his scholarly beginnings as a medical student at the University of Western Ontario, his appointment as Senior Pathologist at Victoria Hospital, and the extent of his professional career as Clinical Laboratory Chief at St. Joseph’s Hospital until his retirement in 1961. During his career, Dr. Luney would enlist in the Canadian Army Medical Services Division during WWI, establish a Clinical Pathology Laboratory at St. Joseph’s Hospital in 1928, conduct extensive research in blood transfusion techniques, direct the opening of the Blood Bank Department and St. Joseph’s Hospital in 1945, establish private consulting services for smaller hospitals in southern Ontario, and create the Dr. F. W. Luney Fund to raise funds for the Medical Library at St. Joseph’s Hospital. Records of note include: well-maintained, original photographs of Dr. Luney and fellow classmates posing with a cadaver; records created to document body parts and organs donated to Luney’s private “Museum”; personal notebooks outlining his medical training and professional experiences; a selection of diplomas and certificates; records of his $5,000 donation to the Medical Library at St. Joseph’s Hospital; photographs depicting the two-person multiple syringe apparatus he invented; notes from lectures and seminars that he gave on pathology and blood transfusion-related subjects; and a 60th anniversary portrait of Dr. F. W. Luney with his fellow 1914 graduates.

Luney, Frederick Winnett
Fonds Sylvie Bégin
CA ON00402 SB · Fonds · 1947-1948, 1958

The fonds contains a register of a regional hairdressing salon in the 1940’s. In addition to names of clients and their hometowns, prices for the services received have been noted. Photos of nurses, assistant nurses and nuns working at Notre-Dame Hospital in Hearst, in 1958, are also found in the fonds.

Bégin, Sylvie
CA ON00343 RG 2 · Record group · 1941-2018

The record group includes the following fonds:

UHN 1 Policy and Codes Development fonds
UHN 2 Board of Directors fonds
UHN 3 Public Affairs & Communications fonds
UHN 4 Nutrition Services fonds
UHN 5 Radiation Medicine Program fonds
UHN 6 Research fonds
UHN 7 Health Records Services fonds
UHN 8 [undesignated]
UHN 9 Office of the President and Chief Executive Officer fonds
UHN 10 Medical Affairs fonds

University Health Network
CA ON00343 RG 1 · Record group · 1986 - 2000

The record group includes 14 fonds:
TH 1. Nursing Education and Research Department fonds
TH 2. Department of Public Affairs and Communications fonds
TH 3. Status of Women Committee fonds
TH 4. Medical/Legal Affairs fonds
TH 5. Finance Directorate fonds
TH 6. Surgical Directorate fonds
TH 7. Medical Advisory Committee fonds
TH 8. Board of Trustees fonds
TH 9. Office of the President fonds
TH 10. Joint Hospital/University Relations Committee fonds
TH 11. Office of the Chief Operating Officer fonds
TH 12. Department of Strategic Planning fonds
TH 13. Office of the Executive Vice-President fonds
TH 14. The Toronto Hospital Auxiliary fonds

The Toronto Hospital
CA ON00343 PMH-EC · Collection · ca. 1950-1996

The Princess Margaret Hospital ephemera collection is an assembly of material in various formats that have been accumulated by the UHN Archives from a variety of disparate sources including, but not limited to, family members of former staff or students, other repositories, or anonymous donations. Collection consists of textual records, photographs and other material. Material in the collection relates to the history of the hospital, its staff or students.

Ontario Cancer Institute/Princess Margaret Hospital
Rod Crombie fonds
CA ON00159 P238 · Fonds · 1976

The Rod Crombie fonds consists of 4 16 mm film reels of raw footage shot by Rod Crombie in 1976 for the use in an episode of INCO Presents about Dr. Paul Field. He filmed a open heart surgery performed by Dr. Paul Field at the Memorial hospital in Sudbury, Ontario. Dr. Paul Field was a pioneer in the field of heart surgery and performed one of the world’s first coronary artery bypass graft surgeries. Margie Lockhart hosted the episode on INCO Presents and invited Dr. David Field to the studio to discuss his work and portions of the this footage.

Crombie, Rod
CA ON00159 P148 · Fonds · 1997-2009

The Sudbury History of Nursing Group fonds attests not only to the group’s activities in developing and conducting their oral history project, but moreover it conveys an important part of the history nursing. Indeed, the fonds contains records documenting the management of such a project, such as: the history of the project, its goals and objectives, as well as all forms developed by the group to meet all requirements in conducting such a project. Moreover, it contains the original tape recordings of the 42 interviews of the retired nurses and their transcriptions, and some printed images of nurses interviewed and graduating classes. There is also a biographical profile of each nurse interviewed, who graduated from different Schools in Ontario, British Columbia, and Québec. Some of the nurses graduated in England, Ireland and the United States. All worked in Northern Ontario. The interview addresses not only different aspects of their work but also the context of their training and education as well as their family life.

The fonds is divided in two series: Series A: Project management; Series B: Interviews

Sudbury History of Nursing Group
CA ON00159 P128 · Fonds · ca. 1981-1993

Le fonds d’archives témoigne des activités organisées par Handicap-4 de Vallée-Est tant pour ses membres que les activités destinées à amasser des fonds. De plus, les dossiers nous informent sur les différentes tâches réalisées par les membres bénévoles afin de mener à bien cette organisation et de maintenir les buts de celle-ci.

De nombreux dossiers contenant des lettres de membres nous donnent un aperçu des besoins des handicapés desservis par l’organisation.

En effet, composé de correspondance, rapports financiers pour chacune des activités et rapports comptables annuels, procès-verbaux des réunions du conseil d’administration les dossiers documentent bien tous les aspects de gestion de cette organisation.

Handicap-4 de Vallée-Est
CA ON00159 P118 · Fonds · 1985-2003

The records of this fonds document the activities and the organization of LEAF Sudbury. It consists of the agreement with LEAF National, annual reports, documentation on the Mary Lue Hinds Award, and correspondence. The documents also provide information about fund-raising events, especially the Person’s Day Breakfast: promotional documentation, programs, photographs and speeches of guest speakers.

The records in this fonds attest to the educational mission of LEAF Sudbury and their interventions. There are records on the Book Project, reports, minutes and other related documentation on LEAF Sudbury’s profile in the community. The fonds also consists of general documentation, such as publications, bulletins and legal reports, which provide information about the activities of LEAF across Canada and at its local branches.

This fonds is arranged into four series: I: Constitutive and Administrative records; II: Fund Raising; III: Education projects; and IV: Documentation.

Women's Legal Education and Action Fund. Sudbury Branch
Jennifer Keck fonds
CA ON00159 P113 · Fonds · 1976-2002

The Jennifer Keck fonds attests to her professional and public involvement in matters related to social justice. Her training and employment in social work and commitment to improving the lives of others is reflected in her scholarly works and records that show her community involvement. The documents illustrate her exploration of topics such as labour, welfare, Indigenous issues, community development and organizing, as well as poverty, employment, and issues related to women and families. These interests are reflected in the records created through projects that she undertook as an academic, such as the multifaceted Women at INCO project. The fonds indicates that she addressed these same issues in her community activism, through her involvement in Better Beginnings, Better Futures, Sudbury Women's Centre, Myths and Mirrors Community Arts, Circles of Strength: Sudbury Breast Cancer Support Group, and through frequent contributions to local media. Her work as a researcher for the Anti-Mercury Ojibwa Group and for her own publications on government job creation initiatives, labour and community issues is also represented in textual form.

These records, generated during Dr. Keck's professional career, also reveal her personal interests and goals. The speeches, presentations and workshops that are documented in the fonds reflect her struggle with cancer, her commitment to the underprivileged and her strong affiliation with feminist theory and practice.

The fonds comprises course and teaching materials, documentation, professional correspondence, administrative materials, and items that attest to Dr. Keck's scholarly output, such as presentations, publications and workshops. The fonds also contains photographs, physical objects and audio and videocassettes.

The majority of the documents contained in this fonds were created during Dr. Keck's time as a professor in the School of Social Work, Laurentian University. The fonds also comprises a comprehensive body of textual, audiovisual and photographic material on the Women at INCO project, documentation of her PhD thesis, taped interviews and transcripts with the working poor, and material related to her employment as a field research coordinator with the Anti-Mercury Ojibwa Group.

Keck, Jennifer
CA ON00159 P093 · Fonds · 1974-2000

Composé de procès-verbaux, rapports annuels, bulletins d'information du groupe de bénévoles, dossiers de presse et albums de photographies, ce fonds d'archives nous renseigne sur les différentes activités et réalisations de l'Auxiliaire de l'Hôpital Laurentien de Sudbury. Les documents témoignent de l'implication des bénévoles dans le milieu de la santé et ce, plus particulièrement à l'Hôpital Laurentien. Les activités internes du groupe et son rayonnement à l'intérieur du milieu de la santé, tant au niveau régional qu'au niveau provincial, sont aussi documentés. De plus, les documents du fonds d'archives des auxilaires bénévoles, nous renseignent sur la restructuration du milieu hospitalier de la région de Sudbury.

L'Auxiliaire de l'Hôpital Laurentien