This virtual exhibit may be of interest to you or someone you know with deep roots in Toronto. Judith Rempel, B.A., M.A., CoordinatorMessage 1 of 1 , Jan 28, 2008View Source
This virtual exhibit may be of interest to you or someone you know with deep roots in Toronto.
Judith Rempel, B.A., M.A., Coordinator
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Mennonite Historical Society of Alberta
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The City of Toronto Archives is pleased to announce a new exhibit on our website, entitled The Earliest Known Photographs of Toronto. This exhibit focusses on the photographs taken by Armstrong, Beere and Hime in late 1856 or early 1857. The launch of this exhibit is coincidental with the launch of the Toronto Public Library's "One Book" program, in which the TPL aims to get everyone reading and discussing Michael Redhill's book "Consolation". The characters in Mr. Redhill's novel also take photographs of Toronto from the roof of the Rossin House Hotel just like Armstrong, Beere and Hime did, and it is fascinating to see how the author has interwoven historical fact and fiction in "Consolation".
Check it out at http://www.toronto.ca/archives/earliest_1_earliestknown.htm
We would be delighted to hear your feedback or comments. Enjoy!
Supervisor, Reference and Outreach
City of Toronto Archives
255 Spadina Road
Toronto, ON M5R 2V3
phone (416) 397-7975
fax (416) 392-9685
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