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. This collection is a tri-campus initiative by the University of Toronto Libraries’ Information Technology Services, Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University Archives and Records Management Services, U of T Mississauga Library, and U of T Scarborough Library. The Heritage U of T digital collection is just a sampling of the millions of stories that our University historic records tell. Original materials on the Heritage U of T collection can be found at the University Archives and Records Management Services, Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, U of T Mississauga Library and U of T Scarborough Library. The University Archives alone has over 200,000 historic photographs. Whether you are conducting research or just curious – look at the Heritage U of T site and then visit these repositories in person to discover even more.
- The Bible and English Literature by Northrop Frye
- Between 1980 and 1981 Prof. Northrop Frye held 25 lectures under the title ‘The Bible and Literature’. Each of these lectures was recorded and for each of them a transcript was provided. Later excerpts of these 25 lectures (each 50 minutes long) were made into 30 programs (each about 30 minutes). That means in some cases 1 lecture supplied material for 2 programs or the other way around.