File consists of an explanation of a public artwork created for the new Campus by Toronto artist Dennis Cliff. A picture of the artwork can be found in "Transitions: A Short History of Osler Campus Humber College of Applied Arts and Technology" by Helen Miller.
Series consists of photographs from the first year of Humber College. The series includes photographs of James S. Bell Elementary School, which was rented for the first courses, as well as photographs of the construction of North Campus.
Series consists of candid photographs of Humber, taken between 1971 and 1972. Includes photographs of campus (including the "Bubble", Queensway, construction of the J Building, and others), as well as candid shots of students and staff on campus (including staff at the Instructional Materials Centre or IMC).
File consists of a report on a proposed five year plan. The abstract reads: "This preliminary report sets out a five year plan based on current and projected operations of Humber College's seven academic divisions and related administrative services. Prepared as a first draft for review and study by the Humber College Board of Governors, this document is not an official publication of the College."
Series consists of candid photographs, taken between 1973 and 1974, primarily of the North Campus. Includes photographs of construction, events, staff/students, and the activities of the Instructional Materials Centre (IMC).