36 negatives : b&w ; 35 mm and 26 negatives: b&w ; 6x6 cm
Photographs show Claude T. Bissell, University President, welcoming first year student and addressing the student body in Convocation Hall (Opening address). Students greet returning Bissell who was away teaching at Harvard University the previous year. Free watermelon is given to the students prior to the meeting as a form of protest to Bissell's stance on University governance outside of Convocation Hall. Also, included are images of students and tents in front of Hart House representing "Tent City," which is a dramatization of the student housing shortage at the University of Toronto. This issue is further documented in photographs of student crowds in front Convocation Hall being addressed by student leaders.
Campbell Committee Report on Disciplinary Procedures - Mass Meeting in Convocation Hall
October 01, 1969
Extent and medium
78 negatives: b&w ; 35 mm
Photographs document a mass meeting attended by over 2000 students and staff regarding the Campbell Committee Report on Disciplinary Procedures. President Bissell addresses a supportive crowd.