Ontario Wanderings: Kingston Frontenac Library

The following morning, I gathered my things and loaded up the car.

Kingston in the morning

Kingston in the morning

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It was a short walk over to the Kingston Frontenac Library on Johnson Street.  It was just north of the Diocese offices.

Kingston Frontenac Library

Kingston Frontenac Library

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Their genealogy room is to the right at the far end on the first floor.

The announcement sign

The announcement sign

http://www.kfpl.ca/explore-online-resources/genealogy-resources

The Kingston Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society

http://www.ogs.on.ca/kingston/

The stacks and holdings

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This is a pleasant, and quiet place to do research.  There are tables to work on.  I spent some time studying the stacks but that is not all they have so use the links above to explore.

It was now time to head further east and this time my goal was the Leeds & Grenville Branch of the OGS – Ontario Genealogical Society library which is housed in the Brockville Museum.

About BJ MacDonald

Interested in travel, really into genealogy and researching my family history, classic novels and movies, fantasy and science fiction, photography, history and more... Here is a tip. Make sure you are commenting on the blog you were visiting and the post you were interested in. My blogs are listed by hovering over my pictures and clicking. Clicking one of them will take you back to the correct blog. You can try me here: bjmcdonell@gmail.com
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