• Next Meeting: Sat. October 21st

    ‘Early Northern Postcard Photographers’  
    See our meetings  page for details.

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.

 
Saturday, October 21, 2017 – 2:00pm
EARLY NORTHERN ONTARIO PHOTOGRAPHERS

Our noted Northern Ontario postcard collector Robert Montpetit (TPC #1165 ) will give us an overview from his research on some of the more notable early 20th century photographers of Northern Ontario.  With examples from his collection Robert will highlight the work of MacLean, Peters, Fisher, Everett and Linde.
Location: John McKenzie House, 34 Parkview. TTC Line 1 to North York Centre stop. See details below. Free street parking out front.

Thursday, November 16, 2017 – 7:00pm
THE CPR – THE ‘WORLD’S GREATEST TRAVEL SYSTEM’

Incorporated in 1881, the Canadian Pacific Railway’s original purpose was the construction of a transcontinental railway. By the 1930s the CPR was much more than a railroad. Win Boyd (TPC #920) is our guide as we travel around the world with CP. From Liverpool on the “Empress of Britain” to St John, NB, by train to Vancouver and then across the Pacific on the “Empress of Japan”. All aboard!
Location: John McKenzie House, 34 Parkview. TTC Line 1 to North York Centre stop.  See details below. Free street parking out front.

 

 

Save the Date! Thurs. Dec. 7th, 6:30pm
Annual Christmas Dinner at Imperial Buffet.  Details later.

 

 

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.

 

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