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Historic lighting enthusiasts focusing on the kerosene era. Includes recent club publications, membership information, meeting information, and links to other lighting clubs and educational organizations.
All Aboard Toronto is Toronto Public Library's virtual exhibition that shows the role that railways have played in the history and development of Toronto. The virtual exhibition is intended to complement the resources of the TPL Virtual Reference Library gateway, Historicity: Toronto Then and Now.
An umbrella organization representing volunteer heritage organizations from across the City of Toronto that was founded in 1998. Its mission is to serve the public interest by educating, researching, protecting and advocating for heritage in Toronto and to assist member groups in carrying out these objectives.
To preserve and promote the history of the former Town of New Toronto, it provides an illustrated and descriptive history of the town, which is now part of the southwest section of the current city and the former city of Etobicoke.
A Toronto historical society, who maintain a Heritage Visitor Centre at St. Lawrence Hall and who present a history of the city, and information about key sights, maps and resources.