Churchill Collection: Overview
The Winston S. Churchill Collection is a special collection housed in the John W. Graham Library at the Munk School of Global Affairs at Trinity College, University of Toronto, and includes significant and first editions and translations of Churchill's works, original letters, memorabilia, and important works about Churchill. Through the generosity of Anne and Fred Stinson, Lucienne Watt, and other donors from the Churchill Society for the Advancement of Parliamentary Democracy, this collection was acquired for Trinity College's John W. Graham Library in 2002. Recently, the Churchill collection was expanded thanks to many generous gifts, most recently two gifts in 2016 from collectors and members of the Churchill Society for the Advancement of Parliamentary Democracy, P. Michael Wilson and Edwin Hawken.
The Graham Library's Churchill collection is an invaluable resource not just for 20th century historians, but also for textual scholars, material culture scholars and scholars of international affairs, political sciences and public policy.
Accessing the Collection
A complete list of items in the Trinity College Churchill Collection can be viewed in the U of T Libraries Catalogue.
The Churchill collection is part of Graham Library's rare books and special collections and are non-circulating and can be viewed between 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday by request.
See Accessing Rare & Special Collections for specific information on how to access this type of material at Graham Library.
- Overview of the collection
- Books by Churchill
- Rare & special editions
- Books about Churchill
- Letters, pamphlets, documents and other publications
- Churchill in translation
- Graham Library Churchill Room
- Additional Recommended Resources
Past Exhibits at Graham Library
Churchill guide created by Pauline Szczesniak, 2017.