Club newsletters, from 1908 to 2009, are now available for research. Thanks to the Club’s ongoing collaboration with the University of Toronto’s Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, many back issues of this collection have been digitized in word-searchable form for use by club members and the general public. Club newsletters from 2009 to the present are accessible to Club members.
These newsletters represent a rich source of information on key figures and events in Canadian cultural history. Enjoy exploring this record of over 100 years of the club’s members and activities.
This month’s LAMPSletter
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