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WTJHS’ Tour of the City of Toronto Archives – Wednesday, April 26, 2017, from 10:00 am to 11:30 am – Space is Limited!

6-090: Heintzman & Co. employees picnic date 1890s or early 1900s Panoramic view of employees posed on Grand Trunk passenger train; Grand Trunk 4-4-0 locomotive no. 334 photographer unknown source Ontario Archives 13917-11 'date acquired' 1980s

Are you interested in researching your house?  Have you ever wondered when was your house built?  Who lived in your house?  Who built it?  Who else lived there?  What did the community look like?  Find out all this and more from the City of Toronto Archives.  There will be a tour of the Archives and presentations on:  West Toronto Junction Records held by the Archives and Researching your house.

This session has been organized for WTJHS members.  You must register to attend the session.  There is a limited number of spaces.  Please send an e-mail to the Society at junctionhistorical@gmail.comPlease title your e-mail – Tour of City of Toronto Archives.   Please include the names of who will be attending and phone numbers

City of Toronto Archives are located at 255 Spadina Road.  The City of Toronto Archives is located on Spadina Road, one block north of Dupont Street.   The Toronto Archives building is wheelchair accessible.
By public transit: 
The City of Toronto Archives is easy to get to by public transit: the Dupont 26 Bus stops at Spadina Road and walk north or exit the University subway line at Dupont Station and walk north.
There is very limited free parking. A pay parking lot is available on the south side of MacPherson Avenue, west of Spadina Road.