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The Hospital;

Psychiatric History

Architecture of Space;

The Teachers' College

The Carrying Place; 

Trails of Toronto

The Location Scout;

Movies @ Humber


Trunks and Tweets;

Life in Sam Smith Park

Our History, One Click Away

Digital Exhibits


College Sources


Kelsey, J. (1969, March 1). Faculties of education: The next step in training teachers. The Globe and Mail, p. T1.


Kitchen, J., & Retrarca, D. (2013). Teacher Preparation in Ontario: A History. Teaching & Learning, 8(1), 56-71.


Report of the Royal Commission on Education in Ontario 1950. (1951). Toronto, ON: King’s Printer.

Smyth, E. (2006). Learning to Teach: Ontario’s Elementary School Teacher Education 1960-1974. Education Research and Perspectives, 33(2), 80-101.


Humber Libraries Archive - Humber History Photographs - Lakeshore Campus - 1970s-1990s - Six Photos

New Toronto - Lakeshore Teachers' College, Lakeshore Boulevard and 23rd Street, Landscaping - 1962, (Archives of Ontario, RG 15-13-2 ) - Two Drawings

New Toronto - Lakeshore Teachers' College - 1958, (Archives of Ontario, RG 15-13-2 ) - Three Drawings

New Toronto - Lakeshore Teachers' College - 1959, (Archives of Ontario, RG 15-13-2 ) - One Drawing

Thaskala, Lakeshore Teachers' College Year Book, 1969. In the collection of the Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre


Humber College Department of Capital Development & Facilities Management - 1959, Two Architectural Drawings


Hospital Sources

Barc, A. (2014). Asylum by the Lake.

Collins, B. M. (2012). Ontario’s Leucotomy Program: The Roles of Patient, Physician, and Profession (Unpublished Master's thesis). University of Calgary, Calgary, AB.

Dyck, N., Fenton, L., George, H., Klymkiw, K., LaBlance, R., Leifso, J., Ma, M., Malek, S., Maloney, S., McCracken, K., Nelligan, M., Robertson, A., Robinson, M., Rodger, D. W., & Tran, V. (2008-2009). Restoring Perspective: Life and Treatment at the London Asylum.

Science Museum, London. (n.d.). Moral treatment. Brought to Life: Exploring the History of Medicine.


Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists. (2017). History of Occupational Therapy in Ontario.

Reaume, G. (2000). Remembrance of Patients Past: Patient Life at the Toronto Hospital for the Insane, 1870-1940. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.

Sabbatini, R. M. E. (n.d.). The History of Shock Therapy in Psychiatry.


Indigenous exhibit sources

Alexandria, V. (1994). People of the Lakes. Alexandria, VA: Time-Life Books.

Brown, A. L. (n.d.). Teiaiagon and the Aboriginal Occupation of Baby Point. Toronto Historical Plaques.

Fox, H. (2013, October 30). Teiaiagon: History of a 17th Century Haudenosaunee village. First Story TO.

Harris, D. (2014-2015). A History of Etobicoke From Township to Amalgamation. Etobicoke Historical Society.

Hull, K., & Reed, P. (2000). Archaeological Digs. Partners of the Past: UofT and OAS Dig Sites.

Natural Resources Canada. (2007, September 18). The real story of how Toronto got its name.

Plummer, K. (2011, August 15). Historicist: Unearthing the Alexandra Site's Pre-Contact Past. Torontoist. 

Veilleux, A. (2011). Ontario Archaeology Society: Toronto Landscapes: The Carrying Places  


Veilleux, A. (2013, January). The Davenport Trail.

Wencer, D. (2015, February 28). Historicist: The Tabor Hill Ossuary


Wikipedia (2017, April 10). Bead Hill

Wikipedia (2017, April 06). Humber River (Ontario).


Wikipedia (2017, March 19). Tuhbenahneequay.


Movies Sources


Ecology Sources

"Without knowledge the world is bereft of culture, and so we must be educators and students both"

- Roberta Bondar

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