North Toronto Historical Society

Type: Historical Society

The North Toronto Historical Society preserves the history of the area formerly known as the  Town of North Toronto, which existed until 1912, when it was annexed to the City of Toronto.

Programming:

Conservation / Preservation:

Artefacts

This society has a collection of photographs and slides which depict North Toronto.

Oral Recordings

Oral recordings have been made of early residents.

Public Programming:

Tours

At least one walking tour occurs per year.

Educational Programming

Meetings are open to the public and are held by the Northern District Library. The meetings revolve around various topics pertaining to North Toronto and beyond. Members also conduct research on the local area and families who lived in the area.

Volunteer/Internship/Placement Opportunities:

N/A

Address & Contact Information:

North Toronto Historical Society
129 Blythwood Road
Toronto, Ontario M4N 1A5

Phone: (Northern District Library) 416 393 7610
Email:
Website: www.northtorontohistoricalsociety.org

Hours of Operation:

N/A

Key Words: neighbourhood