Collections and Fonds – 161689

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  • Record Information – Brief
    Title:
    Toronto Daily Star fonds [graphic material].
    Hierarchical level:
    Fonds / Collection
    Type of material:
    Art, Photographs
    Found in:
    Archives / Collections and Fonds
    Item ID number:
    161689
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  • Fonds / Collection includes:
    1282 lower level description(s)
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    Date(s):
    1959-1993.
    Place:
    Toronto :
    Place of creation:
    Ontario
    Extent:
    4,534,592 photographs b&w negatives 35 mm.
    180,924 photographs col. negatives 35 mm.
    1214 drawings pen and ink
    Language of material:
    English
    Accession:
    Scope and content:
    Journalistic coverage of noteworthy or interesting news events of municipal, provincial and national significance in Toronto, Ontario and the metropolitan vicinity in the period from 1964 to 1993, including, for example, coverage of elections, civic activities, conventions and conferences (e.g. the G-7 economic summit meeting of the leaders of the United States, Great Britain, France, West Germany, Japan, Italy, and Canada, Toronto, Ont., 19-21 June 1988), inquiries (the Dubin Inquiry into the use of drugs in sport), sports stories (e.g. Toronto Blue Jays, Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Argonauts, Toronto Blizzard, and many other national, provincial and local sports teams), and feature stories on culture, fashion, heritage, politics, labour, etc. (e.g. fashion shows, AIDS research, anti-nuclear demonstrations, civic activism, the arts), taken from Toronto Star Files. Not all negatives produced and or published by the Toronto Star during this period are included, as some of have been retained by the Star Library and by individual photographers. The photographs have been taken by staff photographers, including Nancy Ackerman, Pat Allossery, Kevin Argue, Victor Aziz, Beaty, Bennett, Vincent Blain, Tony Bock, Dale Brazao, Pat Brennan, Ron Bull, Henry Bury, Frank Calleja, Bob Chambers, Bill Clare, Erin Combs, Pat Conroy, David Cooper, Brian Dexter, John Driscoll, Russ Duhaime, Alan Dunlop, Dutton, Trish Dyer, Rick Eglinton, Ken Faught, Cassie Gairdner, Gillespie, Robert Galbraith, Jeff Goode, Gostin, Patti Gower, Doug Griffin, Colin Graf, Eric Hayes, Paul Hay, Bob Hepburn, Thomas Inhol, Reg Innell, Paul Irish, Kathleen Kenna, Kessel, Wolf Kutnahorsky, Andrezej Koziara, Richard Lautens, Albert Lee, Frank Lennon, S. Liebrecht, Dick Loek, Colin McConnell, Janet McDonald, John Mahler, Cal Millar, Murray Mosher, Paul Murchison, Matt Murphy, Derek Oliver, Bob Olsen, Billy Patterson, Megan Perks, Peter Power, Pat Price, Nick Pron, Susan Reid, Rooney, Jim Russell, Diane Sawchuk, Dorothy Scott, Maxine Share-Strom, Mike Slaughter, M. Smith, Boris Spremo, Michael Stuparyk, Greg Techler, Jan? Van Horne, Jeff Vinnick, Bernard Weil, and Jim Wilkes.
    Creator / Provenance:
    Additional name(s):
    Biography/Administrative history:
    The Toronto Star was established in 1892 as a Liberal paper. In 1899 Joesph E. Atkinson was hired to run the newspaper, and by 1913 he had become the majority shareholder. Under his control, the Star stressed human interest and local issues over broader coverage, and became dominant in Toronto and southwestern Ontario. One of its affiliates was the Toronto Star Weekly, founded in 1910. Among the paper's best-known staff writers were Ernest Hemingway, Morley Callaghan, Gordon Sinclair, and Greg Clark. After Atkinson's death, the paper was run by son-in-law Harry Hindmarsh until his death in 1956. The Star's domination of the Toronto newspaper market increased in the 1970s after the demise of the Toronto Telegram. It continues to be published by the Torstar corporation, a limited ownership consisting of the Atkinson estate, and the Honderich, Hindmarsh, Tall, and Campbell families. Canadian Encyclopedia, 2nd edition, 1988, Volume 4, pp. 2173-4.
    Finding aid:
    Finding aid consists of the original assignment sheets, including date, title of assignment, photographer, for the photographic material..

    All editorial cartooons are described online in MINISIS-ICON.
    Additional information:
    Source of title:
    Published title.
    Custodial history:
    Photographs were acquired from the Toronto Daily Star Library as "outs" from photo assignments. The Toronto Star retained photographic material which was used in their newspaper as well as selected other material considered to be of significance for their ongoing operations. The drwaings are political cartoons by Duncan Macpherson which were all that remained from the period of approximately 1954-1979 after the cartoonist sold, gave away, or disposed of those used in the paper.
    Arrangement note:
    Chronological arrangement (year / month / day).
    Language note:
    eng
    Associated material note:
    Other Macpherson cartoon collections are located elsewhere, including the City of Toronto Archives.
    Related material:
    Three other collections of editorial cartoons by Duncan Macpherson, originally published in the Toronto Star between 1954 and 1988, were acquired from the cartoonist. See DAP Accessions 1987-037 (446 cartoons); 1987-038 (809 cartoons); and 1988-036 (37 cartoons).
    Subject heading:
    Source:
    Private
    Related control no.:
    1. 010-88
    2. 056-88
    3. 063-88
    4. 118-080004-4
    5. 118-080062-1
    6. 118-080172-5
    7. 119-080086-1
    8. 120-080067-2
    9. 121-080209-0
    10. 1971-317 NPC
    11. 1972-087 PIC
    12. 1973-002 NPC
    13. 1973-198 NPC
    14. 1974-009 NPC
    15. 1976-057 NPC
    16. 1977-196 NPC
    17. 1977-301 NPC
    18. 1979-164 NPC
    19. 1980-023 PIC
    20. 1982-054 NPC
    21. 1983-054 NPC
    22. 1984-100 NPC
    23. 1986-100 NPC
    24. 1989-156 DAP
    25. 1989-267 DAP
    26. 1990-140 DAP
    27. 1990-223 DAP
    28. 1990-476 DAP
    29. 1991-246 DAP
    30. 1992-570 DAP
    31. 1993-362 DAP
    32. 1996-02106-0
    33. 1996-172 DAP
    34. 210-89
    35. 90-076
    36. 90-209
    37. 90-308
    38. 91-211
    39. 92-213
    40. 93-205
    41. 96-083
    42. DAPACC10029
    43. DAPACC10645
    44. DAPACC11377
    45. DAPACC11471
    46. DAPACC12115
    47. DAPACC12279
    48. DAPACC12382
    49. DAPACC12947
    50. DAPACC13314
    51. DAPACC14943
    52. DAPACC16257
    53. DAPACC20378
    54. DAPACC5729
    55. DAPACC6120
    56. DAPACC6331
    57. DAPACC6591
    58. DAPACC7637
    59. DAPACC8119
    60. DAPACC8237
    61. DAPACC8665
    62. DAPACC9466
    63. DAPACC9737
  • Conditions of access:
    Box
    1980-023
    Box
    TORONTO DAILY STAR 1973-198
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