Happy Holidays from Ryerson Library Archives and Special Collections

As the Holiday season approachs, Ryerson students are making their final mighty push to get assignments done and exams written before the winter break.

Featured from our collections are some Holiday and Winter scenes from around campus and beyond for a little light viewing during this busy time of year.

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Quadrangle in the Snow (RG 395.121.01.08)

 

Black and white photograph of young men and women playing a hockey style game with brooms on an ice rink

Howard Kerr Hall, ca. 1965, decorated for the holidays. (RG 95.1.41.53.01)

3 storey academic building at night with red, green and white twinkle lights decorating the outside

Ryerson Students participating in a massive broomball tournament in the Quad. Tournament was part of Ryerson’s Winter Carnival held in January 1969. Part of the Quad was turned into the ice rink. (Winter Carnival Documentation File RG95.1.41.53.01)

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1950s

Holiday Card from the 1950s.

Ryerson Snoball advertisement (RG 95.1.21.34.01)

A reminder that the Library, and the University as a whole, will be closed from Thursday December 24th, until Wednesday January 6th, reopening on Thursday January 7th. We wish you a safe and happy holiday season and look forward to seeing you in the New Year!

 

 

 

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