UTARMS news


The UofT Archives will be closed this Friday, April 19th for the Easter long weekend. We will be open again at 9am on Monday, April 22nd.


Come celebrate UofT’s 192nd birthday! Drop in and see the campus through time this Friday, March 15th, at the Media Commons Theatre, Rm #3-035, from 11am to 1pm


Recognized for his exceptional volunteerism with the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives (CLGA)


Explore a shared portal archival holdings at the University of Toronto and its federated colleges


Records documenting the professional and personal life of analytic philosopher and professor, Dr. Ian Hacking, are now available for use at UTARMS


Visit the Archives' YouTube channel to watch classic U of T promotional films and other great material on UofT and Canadian history


Congratulations to Loryl MacDonald, 2016 recipient of the AAO Alexander Fraser & ACA Member Recognition awards


The papers of the eminent physicist, materials scientist, feminist and pacifist are now available in the UofT Archives


The papers of eminent Canadian paleoanthropologist, Davidson Black, are now available to researchers at the UofT Archives


The David Dunlap Observatory Scrapbook has been digitized by the Internet Archive and is now available online at https://archive.org/details/ddobook00astr