Melvil Decimal System: 378.7135
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Works under MDS 378.7135
- A Not Unsightly Building : University College and Its History by Douglas Richardson
- Skule Story(the) U of T Fac App Science by Richard White
- Rochdale, the runaway college by David Sharpe
- A Strange Elation: Hart House, the First Eighty Years by David Kilgour
- The Founding Moment: Church, Society and the Construction of Trinity College by William Westfall
- Thinking with Both Hands: Sir Daniel Wilson in the Old World and the New by Marinell Ash
- University College, a portrait, 1853-1953 by C.T. Bissell
- McMaster University: Volume 1, The Toronto Years by Charles Murray Johnston
- Together for change: a retrospective of student initiatives at Ryerson by Ronald Stagg
- 75 years in retrospect: University Women's Club of Toronto, 1903-1978
- Dream tower: the life and legacy of Rochdale College by Henry Mietkiewicz
- A brief history of the University Arts Women's Club, 1929-1974 by Helen P.B. Smith
- A history of the Department of Zoology up to 1962. With appendices covering the building and opening of the Ramsay Wright Zoological Laboratories September, 1965 by E. Horne Craigie
- SAC 101: one hundred and one years of serving students
- A divine discontent: Edith Kathleen Russell, reforming educator by Helen M. Carpenter
- The history of botany in the University of Toronto by Dorothy F. Forward
- Church, college and clergy: a history of theological education at Knox College, Toronto, 1844-1994 by Brian J Fraser
- Humber: a history by Michael Karapita
- The mathematics department in the University of Toronto: 1827-1978 by Gilbert de B. Robinson
- Moments: St. Michael's College - 125 years, University of Toronto - 150 years: ;an exhibition of historic photographs
- The University of Toronto: a souvenir by Ian Montagnes
- English studies at Toronto: a history by Robin S. (editor) Harris
- The story of women's sports, University of Toronto: a century to remember: 1893-1993 by Helen Gurney
- Rochdale: the runaway college by David Sharpe
- Physics at the University of Toronto: 1843-1980 by Elizabeth J. Allin
- U of T 175: celebrating 175 years of great minds: University of Toronto magazine sourvenir edition
- Forestry education at Toronto by J.W.B. Sisam
- Torontonensis: the year book of the University of Toronto
- The Faculty of Library Science, University of Toronto and its predecessors, 1911-1972 by Bertha Bassam
- University of Toronto: a time to remember by John De Visser, photographer
- Pathway to excellence: UTIAS - the first twenty-five years by Gordon N. Patterson
- The College on the Hill: A History of the Ontario Agricultural College, 1874-1974 by Alexander M. Ross
- College of education Toronto: memories of OCE by Chester; Phillips New, Charles
- Arts and science at Toronto : a history, 1827-1990 by Robert Craig Brown
- The university as publisher by Eleanor Harman, ed.
- A history of Italian studies at the University of Toronto, 1840-1990 by kuitunenmaddalena
- Leading the modern university : York University's presidents on continuity and change, 1974-2014 by Lorna R. Marsden
- A Strange Elation: Hart House, the First Eighty Years by Hart House
- To keep the memory green: a history of Ewart College, 1897-1987 by Irene Dickson
- Laying the foundation: a century of history at University of Toronto by Robert Bothwell
- Scarborough College University of Toronto: the first twenty-five years by John L. Ball
- Devonshire House: 90 years of residence life
- The search for faculty power: the history of the University of Toronto Faculty Association, 1942-1992 by William H. Nelson
- Inspiring education 1907-2007: celebrating 100 years of studies in education at the University of Toronto
- McMaster University: the Toronto years, volume 1 by Charles M. Johnston
- A meeting of minds: the Massey College story by Judith Skelton Grant
- Leading the modern university: York University's presidents on continuity and change, 1974-2014
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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