Lost & Found: Rediscovering Fragments of Old Toronto

For the first time in over 50 years, a selection of architectural fragments salvaged from some of Toronto’s most iconic buildings are returning downtown. The carved stones will be on public view in the garden of Toronto’s Campbell House Museum for Lost & Found: Rediscovering Fragments of Old Toronto, a year-long exhibition opening May 17, 2018.

The exhibition features six groupings of architectural fragments from the old Toronto Star building, the Imperial Oil building, the former Toronto headquarters of the Ontario Bank, Bank of Toronto, and the Bank of Montreal, as well as a stone commemorating Toronto’s second courthouse and jail. The pieces, of varying ages and styles, offer a cross-section of Toronto’s architectural history.

Opening in Toronto at Campbell House Museum, Thursday, May 17, 2018.

Panel Discussion: 6pm-7pm (limited space)

Reception: 7pm-9pm (remarks at 7:30pm)

Reserve your free ticket to each event separately: https://lostandfound.brownpapertickets.com


Lost & Found: Rediscovering Fragments of Old Toronto

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