The Toronto Years: 1960-1969

1961
Opening of the new Victoria College library.

1963
Publication of the first volume of the Collected Works of John Stuart Mills. General Editor John M. Robson.
Earl S. Lautenschlager Vic 3T1 is appointed Principal of Emmanuel College.

1964

Founding of the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies with F. David Hoeniger Vic 4T6 as Founding Director. The Centre houses one of North America's finest collections of Erasmiana, built on the library of A.J. Bell.

1966

November 1: Opening of the New America Building, later renamed Northrop Frye Hall in 1983.

1967
The new Victoria College Library is renamed in honour of E.J. Pratt Vic 1T1, the poet and teacher whose manuscripts are housed in the library.

1969

September - Toronto School of Theology begins its co-operative teaching in the basic degree programs and continues the advanced degree programs that had been directed by the Toronto Graduate School of Theological Studies. Emmanuel College and seven others are participating members.

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