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Convocation Hall, originally housed in the east wing of University College, north of the central tower
Coloured sketch of The 'Canadian volunteer', K Company, Queen's Own Riffles, 1866
Destruction by fire of the Toronto University, on Friday evening, 14th of February.
"The Old Toronto Observatory" painted by William Armstrong, 1852
Daniel Wilson's watercolour - "Road to the Pool, Pemigewasset River, N.H., Aug 16 1881
Dr. Francis Barclay Allan
Doorway to the School of Hygiene Building
Replica of a Belgian Village used for target practice.
Pencil sketch by John Galbraith of native guides, Longback and Peter.
The Ramparts, Quebec
"A Dream Ballet"
Caricature drawing of Dr. Primrose
Drawing of Gerald Blake
Costume for ice show "The Party Brick"
Costume for ice show "Gingerbread Man"
Costume for ice show "Melon Man"
Costume for ice show "Jellybeans"
Costume for ice show "Mary Mary"
Drawing of Great Hall by John M. Lyle for proposed building for Women's University College, 1920.
Royal Ontario Museum - Sketch of Plan of Exterior
Proposed residence for F.F. Dalley Esq. at Ancaster Ontario, John M. Lyle, architect.
Watercolour entitled "University College in 1876"
Pencil sketch by John Galbraith of native guide, Nahmagoons.