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LAC Irish-Canadian Archival Materials Demonstration
Library and Archives Canada was pleased to display various Irish-Canadian materials from its collection and enable participants to speak directly with archivists about LAC's collection. The displays focused on images of Grosse Île (a quarantine station for immigrants) and photographs taken by William Topley, an Ottawa photographer.
For more information about Grosse Île, view LAC's online exhibit, ARCHIVED - In Quarantine: Life and Death on Grosse Île, 1832-1937
William James Topley, Photographer
For more information about William James Topley, view LAC's online exhibit, ARCHIVED - William James Topley: Reflections on a Capital Photographer
National Archives of Ireland [www.nationalarchives.ie]