Digitization

The Schreiber Public Library along with the Schreiber Rail Museum, Terrace Bay Public Library, and Nipigon Public Library have digitized photographs, text, artifacts, historical information and more!

This project was a partnership with OurOntario and Knowledge Ontario.  Community Digitization Project (CDP) was a large scale digitization project funded by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.

 

"Along The Shore Line" is a collection of information from the 3 communities and surrounding areas. Each community also has its own individual collection.

 

The links for the collections are:

Along the Shore Line

Schreiber Public Library

Schreiber Rail Museum

Terrace Bay Public Library

Nipigon Public Library

 

As part of this project, the library created two Photo Essays:

Schreiber Memories - An Interview with Edgar Leblanc

Japanese Internment Camp at Schreiber, ON

 

 

If you have access to Facebook and are or were a resident of Schreiber, you will be able to access a page called "Schreiber Home Towners".  Many old photographs have been posted by members of the group.

Little Sprouts

Little Sprouts

Little Sprouts Community Garden

Town Hall/Library

Town Hall/Library

The library was located in the Town Hall.

Library

Library

The current location of the Library.

Clock Celebration

Clock Celebration

The Library Board, Staff and Dewey the Book Worm

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