File contains minutes of the Senate of Laurentian University, which Zytaruk was a member of as the Principal of Nipissing College, an affiliate of Laurentian University. File also contains memoranda, reports, course and program proposals, and notes.
File documents the design of Nipissing College's first heraldic crest. It contains design sketches and colour mockups, correspondence, memoranda, invoices, a speech, and reference material about heraldry.
File contains presentations, draft proposals, site plans, and organizational charts relating to the organization and administration of the proposed College Education Centre. File also contains a copy of the "Master plan for the College Education Centre of North Bay."
File documents planning of the original furnishing of the Norman Weaver auditorium, as well as the design of a memorial plaque dedicated to Reverend Norman Weaver. File contains correspondence, invoices, estimates, and technical specifications. It also contains photographs of Norman Weaver and his funeral in 1960, as well as a floor plan of the electrical system of the second level of the College Education Centre, including the Norman Weaver Auditorium.
File documents the planning of the College Education Centre by the Campus Planning Committee, which was made up of representatives of the four colleges. File contains minutes, correspondence, and reports.
Sub-series documents liaison, reporting, and communications between Nipissing College and provincial government agencies including the Ontario Council of University Affairs, the Ministry of Colleges and Universities, the Ontario Economic Council, and special commissions.
File contains questionnaires distributed to administration, support staff, and faculty members regarding an (ultimately unsuccessful) proposal to change the name of Nipissing University College to North Bay University College. File contains questionnaires, correspondence, and the results of the survey.
File documents Zytaruk's role as a conference session chair at the third annual Northern Literary Symposium at Laurentian University. File contains correspondence and programs, as well as minutes from a Joint English Department annual meeting he attended while at Laurentian.
File documents the Archie Freeman Memorial Lecture series, which was organized by the Rotary Club of North Bay in cooperation with Nipissing University College and Canadore College. File contains lecture programs, a report, and editorials.
File documents the granting of land for the North Bay Normal School and subsequent land disputes relating to the property. File contains: an indenture transferring plots of land from the Municipal Corporation of North Bay for the construction of the school; correspondence regarding a dispute over ownership and agricultural use of the school's property; and records relating to an application by North Bay landowners to the Board of Railway Commissioners of Canada for compensation for damages caused by construction of the Canadian Northern Railway.
File also contains two items relating to the history of the North Bay Teachers' College, a pamphlet from 1959 about the college's history, and a photocopy of an article entitled "North Bay Schools" from "The Northern Patriot" magazine, 1917.
File documents the integration of North Bay Teachers' College into Nipissing College, including the discontinuation of North Bay Teachers' College and the establishment of Nipissing College's Faculty of Education. File contains agreements between Nipissing College and the Minister of Education, and an order-in-council from Ontario's Executive Council Office.
Series documents the admission of new students to North Bay Normal School/Teachers' College from 1909 to 1958. The series contains two types of registers: entrance registers, which cover the period 1909-1958, and signature and address registers, for the years 1909-1945. Entrance registers contain new students' contact and personal information, including any prior teaching experience or training. Signature and address registers contain declarations by candidates for admission that they intend to prepare for the teaching profession, as well as their contact information during the session (academic year). Registers are arranged chronologically.