Club Meetings

Club meetings are held mostly every month from 7:00pm. The first half hour is for the exchange of postcard chat and a free coffee. A presentation of interest to history buffs and postcard collectors follows, or, we have a show and tell exchange about a select postcard topic. Visitors are welcome.

Thurs. November 15th – ‘Politics on Postcards’ Inspired by the July 1st blogpost by our Editor, Andrew Cunningham (TPC#1424).  Reflecting the significant political and social upheavals in the world today, we will look into our collections for some 20th century examples of witty yet pointed commentary. Bring them along for us all to reflect upon.
7:00pm for coffee and chat, meeting begins at 7:30
Location: John McKenzie House, 34 Parkview Ave. (at Doris) Free street parking, TTC to North York Centre.

 

Thurs. December 6th, 6:30pm  SAVE THE DATE!!
**NEW VENUE** (because the old one closed)
Annual Holiday Dinner at the MANDARIN RESTAURANT , 2200 Yonge just south of Eglinton.
Full details in the November CardTalk.

 

Evening Meeting Location: Ontario Historical Society Offices   34 Parkview Avenue in Willowdale near Yonge & Empress.  MAP Free on-street parking after 6:00pm. Accessible by TTC, from the ‘North York Centre’ stop on the Yonge Line 1. Cross to the east side of Yonge and walk 2 blocks north to Parkview Ave. then one block east on Parkview. Cross Doris Ave. to the big red house on the corner by the park. Look for the blue Ontario Heritage plaque out front.

 

One Comment

  1. Re: Gold frame postcards by Toronto publishers

    MacFarlane was first out of the block in early 1908 [see his ad in the Bookseller & Stationer], the others followed later in 1908 and continued into 1909.

    MacFarlane may seem to be late to the game because of fewer samples, but keep in mind that his company went under in late 1908, hence seemingly fewer cards from him.

    I twigged to your article while researching something else, and this hit came up.

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