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I have 16 used 6 in. x 6 in. x 4 in. Glass Blocks to give away. They are in great shape, but I have no possible use for them. I am in the Woodfield/Gerrard area and if you are interested you would…Continue
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Wednesday Dec 3rd is the next meeting for the Leslieville Historical Society. Rob Leverty, Executive Director of the Ontario Historical Society will also attend.
The agenda for this meeting will include:
-- welcome and introductions
-- signing the constitution
-- electing a board of directors
-- determining goals and objectives
Date: Dec 3, 2014
Time: 7pm to 9pm (I will be there early)
Location: Maple Cottage 62 Laing…Continue
For a great selection of photographs of Leslieville from the past go to the Toronto Public Library:
As the witching draws near and the jack-o’lanterns appear, perhaps you hear ghostly footsteps along Queen Street East…
Or what was that pale shimmer hanging over the Devil’s Hollow on Gerrard Street?
As October 31 draws near, my blood begins to chill and the hair on my neck rises just as the night temperatures drop. It is time for the ghosts to walk and, if I haven’t yet seen a ghost in my neighbourhood perhaps you have for surely…Continue
Hi please visit my site www.leslievillehistory.com where my book Pigs, Flowers and Bricks is posted in full (revised 2014) as well as articles about the libraries of the Gerrard-Ashdale neighbourhood and information about the Leslieville Historical Society.
I will update the site regulary and I welcome your feedback.