Share your pictures, stories, and other digitized content with the Leonard. E. Shore online exhibit!
This is a collection of digitized photographs, letters, and more about L.E. Shore - an architect who grew up in the former Collingwood Township. The L.E. Shore Memorial Library in Thornbury, which opened December 1995, was built with generous funds from the Shore Foundation.
We are seeking your help! You are invited to submit digital content here to add to the online collection. We are seeking additional photographs, stories, anecdotes, and more!
Want to learn more? Contact the Craigleith Heritage Depot in the Town of The Blue Mountains, Ontario, Canada or visit the website links below.
The submission process is free and it takes about 10 minutes. You are welcome to share as many digital items as you like. The content may be used in an online project about Leonard E. Shore and would be accessed by the public for the duration of the online exhibit.
Before you submit, please make sure your content:
- Reflects the life, memories of, or work of Leonard E. Shore.
- Is an original work to which you own the rights, or is in the public domain.
What can I submit?
Suggested content includes: digitized photographs of Leonard Shore and family, additional historical/biographical information about Shore, images of his buildings, drawings or artwork, typed anecdotes and more!
Accepted File Formats:
Audio files, images, videos, PDFs. All content will need to be digital. TIP: If you would like to share a brief story or memory by text, you may wish to save the document as a PDF on your device, then select “Written Content (Other)” under Work Type on the next submission page.
If you need help digitizing files, please contact a member of your local library who can help direct you to the best resource (including staff)! If your local library is The Blue Mountains Public Library, please visit the website links below for contact information.