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Superintendent’s Correspondence and General Administration Files 1947 [Dr. J.E. Sharpe]
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- Textual record
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2 cm of textual records.
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Until 1863 the day-to-day administration of the TGH was conducted jointly by the Board of Trustees and its principal appointee, the Resident Physician and Surgeon. In 1863 the Board created the office of the Medical Superintendent, the first of many titles for the Hospital’s chief administrative officer. The official designation of this office was successively changed to Superintendent (1905), Executive Director (1963), and President (1974). Beginning in 1968, the Hospital’s chief administrative body was the Administrative Council, headed by the Executive Director (1968-73)/ President (1974-1986). Mr. V.W. Stoughton was the last serving Chief Executive Officer of the TGH (1981-1986), preceded by Dr. C. O’Reilly (1876-1905), Dr. J.N.E. Brown (1905-1911), Dr. C.K. Clarke (1911-1917), Mr. H.L. Brittain (1917-1919), Mr. Chester J. Decker (1919-1947), Dr. J.E. Sharpe (1947-1966), Mr. J.D. Wallace (1967-1970), and Mr. J.A. McNab (1970-1980).
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Sub-series consists of correspondence and general administration files maintained by the Superintendent in conducting the day-to-day administration of the TGH. Series has one file:
2.15.1 Instruments and Equipment
Some of the pages within the file are heavily creased and/or fragile.
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Open. No restrictions.
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The University Health Network Archives may refuse to approve any copying likely to damage records.
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- Toronto General Hospital (Subject)
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Last Updated: June 18, 2012. Added to Archeion September 10, 2012.