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Archives Awareness Week 2010

Curious about how people lived and worked in Thunder Bay one hundred years ago? How the techniques and tools to protect citizens from emergencies and disasters have changed over time? Want to learn about the variety of historic documents and materials kept to safeguard knowledge for the future?

A postcard of Fort William

The City of Thunder Bay Archives will be holding public tours to celebrate Archives Awareness Week. Anyone who is interested in a behind-the-scenes look at this institution and its work is invited to visit during the week of April 6-9, between 11 am and 2 pm.

Items on display will include those highlighting the work of the Fire Departments and the Emergency Measures Organization, and some of our oldest records.

Tours

Tours will be held every half hour beginning at 11 am with the last tour held at 1:30 pm each day. Staff will lead you through parts of the facility not normally open to the public, present exhibits of historic material, and answer questions.

Visitors to the City Archives are welcome at any time.

How to Contact Us

Address:

City Archives
235 Vickers Street N
Thunder Bay

Mailing address:

500 Donald Street E
Thunder Bay ON  P7E 5V3

Tel: (807) 625-2270
Fax: (807) 622-4212
   
Manager: Matt Szybalski, Corporate Records Manager and City Archivist
Tel: (807) 625-3390
Email: mszybalski@thunderbay.ca