A collection of drawings, letters and ephemera related to the work of Alexander Scott Carter, born in 1881 in England and studied art and architecture there before coming to Toronto.
10% of our 800 bound manuscript volumes have been digitized, representing a range of disciplines including history, theology, literature, philosophy, science, and medicine and in languages as diverse as Arabic, English, French, Ge'ez, German, Hebrew, Latin, and Persian.
Collection of 190 pieces of vellum in Greek and Latin illustrating the history and development of handwriting from the 4th century until the end of the Middle Ages.
The Classics Department Papyrus Collection at Fisher consists of three inventory types: the Paper Towel (PT) Inventory from Egypt; the Oxford University Gazette (OUG) Inventory, and the Rostovzteff-Welles (RW) Inventory.
Over three hundred original paintings of Canadian flora and mushrooms by Agnes Chamberlin (1833-1913)
Pre-1930 Canadian pamphlets and broadsides printed in Canada, by Canadian authors, or about Canadian subjects, mainly of a non-literary nature.
Begun in 1892 and still being published today, the Canadian Printer and Publisher is the national organ of the printing industry in Canada.
A wide range of materials documenting the patent medicine industry from the mid-nineteenth century to the 1960s and 1970s.
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Documents and artifacts from the initial period of the discovery and development of insulin, 1920-1925 at the University of Toronto.
Full page plates and other significant illustrations of human anatomy selected from the Jason A. Hannah and Academy of Medicine collections in the history of medicine.
The third largest repository for the artistic works of Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-1677).
Documents from two exploratory surveys by J.B. Tyrrell in 1893-94 of the Barren Lands region west of Hudson Bay, in northern Manitoba and Saskatchewan and the area now known as Nunavut.
Heritage U of T is a digital collection of archival records, photographs, books, maps, drawings, and sound and moving image files chronicling the University of Toronto’s rich history.