The Judith Robinson fonds is one of the archival collections at McMaster University Library in Hamilton, Ontario. Judith Robinson (1897-1961) was one of Canada’s most read newspaper columnists in the mid-20th century. Her career spanned three decades and two major newspapers (The Globe and Mail and The Telegram). As author of “the most polished newspaper prose in North America, with an acid fillip in every phrase,” she commented on all the key stories of her day… with fearless criticism of those in power.
On February 11, 2022, 12:00 pm, Eastern Time (US and Canada), join Chris Long, McMaster University’s Archives Arrangement and Description Librarian, for a firsthand look at some of the items in Judith Robinson’s archive, which is held by McMaster’s William Ready Divisions of Archives and Research Collections and includes an original print of this portrait of eminent Canadian gynecologist Dr. Thomas Cullen, who was photographed by Yousuf Karsh in 1947. Register here.