Series consist of magazine articles, newspaper clippings, correspondence and course materials used by Kesterton in his activities as a journalism professor and a co-founder of the School of Journalism.
Fonds consists of scrapbooks, roll books, filing cards, pamphlets, magazine articles, newspaper clippings, course materials, correspondence, photographs and draft materials created and accumulated by Wilfred Kesterton. There are seven series: Kesterton's files, School of Journalism, Journalism, Student roll books, Student file cards, Photographs and Scrapbooks.
This series consists of correspondence produced, received and accumulated by W. McAllister Johnson in the course of his professional life and activities at the University of Toronto, including: his own research and publications; supervision of graduate students; committee, strategic planning, and administrative duties; research travel, and program planning and development. Correspondence with faculty and Archives and Research staff at Carleton University is also included.
Series is comprised of textual material created or accumulated by Isla Paterson in connection to her work, primarily with the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), in the areas of international development, gender equality, and management. The material was arranged in a thematic/subject format. Much of the material in this series is in the form of photocopies or printouts.
Fonds is comprised of one series, Consulting Reference Material, that includes textual material created or accumulated by Isla Paterson in connection to her work in international development, gender equality, and management.