Ryerson University

Finding Aid Compiled by Graham MacLean, June 2012

MLCRC, Ryerson University
111 Gerrard Street East, Top Floor, Room 354
Toronto, Ontario
Tel: 416-979-5000 ext. 4771

Volume: 723cm of shelf space, plus 3 drawers (one in the archive room GER 332 and two in the main office GER 354)

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Modern Literature and Culture Research Centre, Ryerson University, Toronto.

Table of Contents

Administrative History
Scope and Note
Series Description
Inventory List

Administrative History

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Items in the British Monarchy series and various childrens’ magazines were donated by the Osborne Collection at the Toronto Public Library.

 

Scope and Note

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The Modern Periodicals Collection contains various magazines from 1890 to 1950. The inventory presented here covers only what was present in the collection at the time of compilation. Additional items may have since been acquired.

 

Series Description

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Collected Magazine and Books are organized by Library of Congress number and then date.
The wartime photos series are collected by title, organized by date, and allowed to rest according to their size.
The British Monarchy series are collected by title, organized by date, and allowed to rest according to their size.
Original magazines are collected by title, organized by date, and allowed to rest according to their size.
Childrens’ Magazines are collected in two separate groups. The first is solely organized by Library of Congress number. The second is organized by Library of Congress number and then date.

 

Inventory List

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Shelf in the Archive Room GER 332
Shelves in the Archive Room GER 332
Drawer in the Archive Room GER 332
Top Drawer in the Conference Room GER 354
Middle Drawer in the Conference Room GER 354
Shelves in the Office GER 346

 

Shelf in the Archive Room GER 332
(Collected Magazine and Book Excerpts)
1. Magazine Digest 7.6
2. Magazine Digest 8.1
3. Magazine Digest 12.5
4. Contact .1-5, 1920-1924
5. The Little Review 1
6. The Little Review 2
7. The Little Review 3
8. The Little Review 4
9. The Little Review 5
10. The Little Review 6
11. The Little Review 7
12. The Little Review 8
13. The Little Review 9
14. The Little Review 10
15. The Little Review 11
16. The Little Review 12
17. Reader’s Digest 49.293
18. Transition .1
19. Transition .2
20. Transition .3
21. Transition .4
22. Transition .5
23. Transition .6
24. Transition .7
25. Transition .8
26. Transition .9
27. Transition .10
28. Transition .11
29. Transition .12
30. Transition .13
31. Transition .14
32. Transition .15
33. Transition .16-17
34. Transition .18
35. Transition .19-20
36. Transition .21
37. Transition .22
38. Transition .23
39. Transition .24
40. Transition .25
41. Transition .26
42. Transition .27
43. Colophon 1.2
44. Colophon 1.4

Bookshelves (behind the door) in the Archive Room GER 332
(Children's Magazines)
1. Godey’s Lady’s Book 106
2. Atalanta 1988
3. Atalanta 1990
4. Punch 1–24
5. The Children’s Friend 1-12
6. The Children’s Friend 25-36
7. The Children’s Friend 37-48
8. The Children’s Friend 49-60
9. The Children’s Friend 61-72
10. The Children’s Friend 73-84
11. The Children’s Friend 109-120
12. The Children’s Friend 169-180
13. The Children’s Friend 181-192
14. The Children’s Friend 193-204
15. The Children’s Friend 205-216
16. The Children’s Friend 217-228
17. The Children’s Friend 229-240
18. The Children’s Friend 241-251
19. The Children’s Friend 253-264
20. The Children’s Friend 265-276
21. The Children’s Friend 277-288
22. The Children’s Friend 361-372
23. The Children’s Friend 421-432
24. The Child’s Companion 1-11
25. The Child’s Companion 25-36
26. The Child’s Companion 109-120
27. The Child’s Companion 205-216
28. The Child’s Companion 229-240
29. The Child’s Companion
30. Blackies Boys’ Annual 1928
31. The Boys’ Own Annual 29
32. The Boys’ Own Annual 30
33. The Boys’ Own Annual 32
34. The Canadian Girls’ Annual 1910
35. The Canadian Girls’ Annual 1921
36. The Canadian Girls’ Annual 1931
37. Chatterbox 1913
38. Chums 1939
39. The Girls’ Own Annual 22
40. The Girls’ Own Annual 40
41. The Girls’ Own Annual 42
42. The Girls’ Own Annual 46
43. St. Nicholas 1875-1876
44. St. Nicholas 1883-1884
45. St. Nicholas 1888
46. St. Nicholas 1888-1889
47. St. Nicholas 1889-1890
48. St. Nicholas 1890
49. St. Nicholas 1891-1892
50. St. Nicholas 1892-1892
51. St. Nicholas 1892-1893
52. St. Nicholas 1893-1893
53. St. Nicholas 1894-1895
54. St. Nicholas 1895
55. St. Nicholas 1895 (duplicate)
56. St. Nicholas 1898
57. St. Nicholas 1898
58. St. Nicholas 1899
59. St. Nicholas 1899
60. St. Nicholas 1899
61. St. Nicholas 1900
62. St. Nicholas 1901-1902
63. St. Nicholas 1904
64. St. Nicholas 1910-1911
65. St. Nicholas 1911-1912
66. St. Nicholas 1912-1913
67. St. Nicholas 1913-1914
68. St. Nicholas 1914-1915
69. St. Nicholas 1916-1917

Drawer in the Archive Room GER 332
(Original Magazines)
1. LIFE Magazine January 3, 1938
2. LIFE Magazine April 28, 1952

Top Drawer in the Main Office GER 354
(Wartime Photos)
1. Boston Herald Weekly War Pictorial Vol. 1, No. 13, Feb. 2, 1915
2. Boston Herald Weekly War Pictorial Vol. 1, No. 15, Feb 16, 1915
3. New York Times Mid-Week Pictorials Vol. 1, No. 50, Aug. 19, 1915
4. New York Times Mid-Week Pictorials Vol. 3, No. 2, Mar. 16, 1916
5. New York Times Mid-Week Pictorials Vol. 5, No. 12, May 24, 1917
6. New York Times Mid-Week Pictorials Vol. 6, No. 17, Dec. 27, 1917
7. New York Times Mid-Week Pictorials Vol. 7, No. 3, Mar. 21, 1918
8. New York Times Mid-Week Pictorials Vol. 7, No. 11, May 16, 1918
9. New York Times Mid-Week Pictorials Vol. 8, No. 12, Nov. 21, 1918
10. New York Times Mid-Week Pictorials Vol. 8, No. 14, Dec. 5, 1918
11. New York Times Mid-Week Pictorials Vol. 8, No. 17, Dec. 26, 1918
12. New York Times Mid-Week Pictorials Vol. 9, No. 4, Mar. 27, 1919
13. New York Times Mid-Week Pictorials Vol. 9, No. 6, Apr. 10, 1919
14. New York Times Mid-Week Pictorials Vol. 9, No. 7*, Apr. 17, 1919
* taken from verso, issue 8 on cover
15. New York Times Mid-Week Pictorials Vol. 9, No. 19, Jul. 10, 1919
16. New York Times Mid-Week Pictorials Vol. 9, No. 25, Aug. 21, 1919
17. New York Times Mid-Week Pictorials Vol. 10, No. 8, Oct. 23, 1919
18. New York Times Mid-Week Pictorials Vol. 10, No. 13, Nov. 27, 1919

(British Royalty)
19. V.R.I.: Her Life and Empire No. 1, n.d., 1901
20. V.R.I.: Her Life and Empire No. 2, Mar. 12, 1901
21. V.R.I.: Her Life and Empire No. 3, Mar. 26, 1901
22. V.R.I.: Her Life and Empire No. 4, Apr. 10, 1901
23. V.R.I.: Her Life and Empire No. 5, Apr. 23, 1901
24. V.R.I.: Her Life and Empire No. 6, May 7, 1901
25. V.R.I.: Her Life and Empire No. 7, May 21, 1901
26. V.R.I.: Her Life and Empire No. 8, Jun. 4, 1901
27. V.R.I.: Her Life and Empire No. 9, Jun. 18, 1901
28. V.R.I.: Her Life and Empire No. 10, Jul. 2, 1901
29. V.R.I.: Her Life and Empire No. 11, Jul. 16, 1901
30. V.R.I.: Her Life and Empire No. 12, Jul. 30, 1901
31. V.R.I.: Her Life and Empire No. 13, Aug. 13, 1901
32. V.R.I.: Her Life and Empire No. 14, Aug. 27, 1901
33. V.R.I.: Her Life and Empire No. 15, Sep. 10, 1901
34. V.R.I.: Her Life and Empire No. 16, Sep. 24, 1901
35. V.R.I.: Her Life and Empire Index and Preface, Oct. 1, 1901
36. The Illustrated London News Vol. 186, No. 5011, May 4, 1935
37. The Illustrated London News Vol. 190, No. 5117, May 15, 1937
38. Sixty Years a Queen: the Story of Her Majesty’s Reign No. 1, n.d.
39. Sixty Years a Queen: the Story of Her Majesty’s Reign No. 2, n.d.
40. Sixty Years a Queen: the Story of Her Majesty’s Reign No. 3, n.d.
41. Sixty Years a Queen: the Story of Her Majesty’s Reign No. 4, n.d.
42. Sixty Years a Queen: the Story of Her Majesty’s Reign No. 5, n.d.
43. Sixty Years a Queen: the Story of Her Majesty’s Reign No. 6, n.d.
44. Sixty Years a Queen: the Story of Her Majesty’s Reign No. 7, n.d.
45. Sixty Years a Queen: the Story of Her Majesty’s Reign No. 8, n.d.
46. Sixty Years a Queen: the Story of Her Majesty’s Reign No. 9, n.d.
47. Sixty Years a Queen: the Story of Her Majesty’s Reign No. 10, n.d.
48. Sixty Years a Queen: the Story of Her Majesty’s Reign No. 11, n.d.
49. Sixty Years a Queen: the Story of Her Majesty’s Reign No. 12, n.d.
50. The Sphere May 4, 1935
51. The Sphere May 15, 1937

Middle Drawer in the Main Office GER 354
(Original Magazines)
1. The Delineator Vol. 45 No. 5, May 1985
2. The Delineator Vol. 60 No. 4, Oct. 1902
3. The American Review of Reviews Mar. 1917
4. Vanity Fair Feb. 1918
5. Vanity Fair Mar. 1918
6. The Household Companion Sep. 1894
7. The Household Companion Mar. 1895
8. The Epworth Herald Oct. 18, 1902
9. The Saturday Evening Post Nov. 8, 1941
10. New Idea Woman’s Magazine Vol. 9, No. 5, Nov. 1905
11. Canadian Pictorial Apr. 1911
12. Canadian Pictorial Sep. 1914
13. The Household Jun. 1901
14. The Household Jul. 1901
15. The Household Apr. 1902
16. The Household Jan. 1903
17. The Household Feb. 1903
18. Woman’s World Sep. 1913
19. Woman’s World Oct. 1914
20. Sunday Magazine of the Boston Sunday Post Oct. 28, 1906
21. Sunday Magazine of the Boston Sunday Post Aug. 23, 1908
22. Modern Priscilla Feb. 1920
23. Woman’s Home Companion Aug. 1902
24. Woman’s Home Companion Sep. 1903
25. Woman’s Home Companion Jul. 1907
26. The Ladies’ World Oct. 1902
27. The Ladies’ World Mar. 1904
28. The Ladies’ Home Journal Jun. 1897
29. The Ladies’ Home Journal Sep. 1894
30. The Ladies’ Home Journal Jan. 1899
31. The Ladies’ Home Journal Aug. 1900
32. The Ladies’ Home Journal Apr. 1902
33. The Ladies’ Home Journal Apr. 1903
34. The Ladies’ Home Journal Jun. 1903
35. The Ladies’ Home Journal May 1905
36. The Ladies’ Home Journal Jul. 1921
37. Collier’s: the National Weekly Vol. 52, No. 25, Mar. 7, 1914
38. Collier’s: the National Weekly Vol. 53, No. 1, Mar. 21, 1914
39. Collier’s: the National Weekly Vol. 53, No. 2, Mar. 28, 1914
40. Collier’s: the National Weekly Vol. 53, No. 22, Aug. 15, 1914
41. Collier’s: the National Weekly Vol. 58, No. 3, Sep. 30, 1916

Shelves in Office GER 346
(Children’s Magazines)
1. St. Nicholas Jan. 1888 – Apr. 1889
2. St. Nicholas May 1889 – May 1890
3. St. Nicholas Duplicate Copies 1888 – 1897
4. St. Nicholas Jun. 1890 – Oct. 1892
5. St. Nicholas Apr. 1893 – Dec. 1893
6. St. Nicholas July 1894 – Oct. 1896
7. St. Nicholas Duplicate Copies 1897 – 1898
8. St. Nicholas Jan. 1897 – Sep. 1897
9. St. Nicholas Oct. 1897 – Aug. 1898
10. St. Nicholas Sep. 1898 – Aug. 1899
11. St. Nicholas Sep. 1899 – May 1902
12. St. Nicholas Jun. 1902 – Dec. 1903
13. St. Nicholas Jan. 1904 – Apr. 1905
14. St. Nicholas Duplicate Copies 1905 – 1910
15. St. Nicholas May 1905 – Dec. 1905
16. St. Nicholas Jan. 1906 – Sep. 1906
17. St. Nicholas Oct. 1906 – Jul. 1907
18. St. Nicholas Aug. 1907 – Aug. 1908
19. St. Nicholas Sep. 1908 – Jun. 1909
20. St. Nicholas Jul. 1909 – Apr. 1910
21. St. Nicholas May 1910 – Dec. 1910
22. St. Nicholas Feb. 1911 – Mar. 1917
23. St. Nicholas Duplicate Copies 1910 – 1919
24. St. Nicholas Apr. 1917 – Dec. 1917
25. St. Nicholas Jan. 1918 – Dec. 1918
26. St. Nicholas Jan. 1919 – Oct. 1919
27. St. Nicholas Duplicate Copies 1919
28. St. Nicholas Nov. 1919 – Jul. 1920
29. St. Nicholas Duplicate Copies 1920
30. St. Nicholas Duplicate Copies 1920
31. St. Nicholas Duplicate Copies 1920 – 1921
32. St. Nicholas Aug. 1920 – May 1921
33. St. Nicholas Duplicate Copies 1921
34. St. Nicholas Jun. 1921 – Feb. 1922
35. St. Nicholas Duplicate Copies 1921 – 1922
36. St. Nicholas Mar. 1922 – Nov. 1922
37. St. Nicholas Duplicate Copies 1922
38. St. Nicholas Duplicate Copies 1922 – 1923
39. St. Nicholas Dec. 1922 – Aug. 1923
40. St. Nicholas Duplicate Copies 1923
41. St. Nicholas Duplicate Copies 1923
42. St. Nicholas Duplicate Copies 1923 – 1924
43. St. Nicholas Sep. 1923 – Apr. 1924
44. St. Nicholas Duplicate Copies 1924
45. St. Nicholas May 1924 – Dec. 1924
46. St. Nicholas Duplicate Copies 1924
47. St. Nicholas Jan. 1925 – Sep. 1925
48. St. Nicholas Duplicate Copies 1925
49. St. Nicholas Oct. 1925 – Apr. 1926

Last updated June 29, 2012 by Graham MacLean.

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