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Videocassettes.

This series includes two videocassettes (copy 1 and copy 2). Each videocassette show the same film footage.They both include programs re the architectural history of Toronto shown on CBLT MORNING. Dendy was a regular contributor in the fields of architecture and architechtural history for CBLT MORNING between 1985-1986.

The first program (ca. 10 mins. in duration) is entitled "Lost Horizons" and focuses on the history of the development of high rise buildings in Toronto especially commercial architecture. Dendy provides extensive commentary during this program.

The second item (about 5-10 minutes in duration) forms part of a program re Wytchwood Park which also includes commentary by Dendy re the architectural history of this neighbourhood.

Dendy, William

Correspondence.

Includes correspondence received by Dendy or sent by Dendy. This correspondence relates to Dendy's graduate studies at Columbia University in New York, and to Dendy's teaching work in the field of architectural history at the University of Toronto and at Carleton University in Ottawa. This correspondence also relates to research work which Dendy carried out on the Massey family and their architects.
Two titled file folders can also be found here. One contains correspondence written by Howard Moran to the Public Archives of Nova Scotia in connection with research he was conducting into the 1917 Halifax explosion. The second file includes correspondence, clippings, and other materials re the Co-Operative City Park Apartments where Dendy lived.
Other materials contained in this file include ephemera, clippings, ms. notes, and publishers' catalogues.

Dendy, William

Correspondence.

Includes correspondence received by Dendy or sent by Dendy. This correspondence relates to Dendy's graduate studies at Columbia University in New York, and to Dendy's teaching work in the field of architectural history at the University of Toronto and at Carleton University in Ottawa. This correspondence also relates to research work which Dendy carried out on the Massey family and their architects.
Two titled file folders can also be found here. One contains correspondence written by Howard Moran to the Public Archives of Nova Scotia in connection with research he was conducting into the 1917 Halifax explosion. The second file includes correspondence, clippings, and other materials re the Co-Operative City Park Apartments where Dendy lived.
Other materials contained in this file include ephemera, clippings, ms. notes, and publishers' catalogues.

Dendy, William

William Dendy fonds.

  • SCA146-GA119
  • Accession
  • [ca. 1900], 1921-[194-], 1963-1993, predominant 1970-1992
  • Part of William Dendy fonds.

The fonds consists of materials documenting William Dendy's life and career as an architectural historian. This includes university course notes, research material for published works, research material on the history of Canadian architecture and other research interests such as Forest Hill, Hamilton, the architects Frank Darling and William Somerville, and the Massey family. Some materials relate to Dendy's teaching activities, Toronto walking tours and consultancy projects.

Includes articles, card files, clippings, correspondence, electronic records, ephemera, manuscripts, maps, ms. and ts. notes. Includes photographs, negatives, and approximately 40,000 slides (including more than 17,000 images of Canadian architecture, urban space, and landscape). These slides were taken by Dendy and are each individually identified by him.

Dendy, William

William Dendy Library.

The William Dendy Library consists of more than 3,500 books and 2,500 periodical issues. For the most part, the collection focuses on the history of architecture, but other topics, such as music and literature, are featured as well.

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