The DeLury Collection of Irish Literature. John Graves Simcoe’s library. The Alberti Collection of ear, nose and throat materials. Editions of Petronius collected by… Read full news article
New at Fisher
On December 14th, at 1:00 PM, the Fisher Library’s Judaica librarian, Nadav Sharon, and librarians from the Jewish Public Library in Montreal will be jointly holding a… Read full news article
This year's John Seltzer and Mark Seltzer Memorial Lecture, delivered by Margaret E. Schotte's via Zoom on Thursday November 5, is now available… Read full news article
Have you always wanted to know more about the Fisher Library’s vast and diverse holdings? Or maybe you’re curious about our staff?
The Fisher has launched a brand… Read full news article
The first Friends of Fisher lecture was broadcast on Thursday September 24. Owing to the library's continued closure due to Covid-19, the lecture was broadcast via Zoom.… Read full news article
A special edition of the Fisher Library newsletter is now available! The June issue is traditionally an overview of purchases of the previous fiscal year, however, since… Read full news article
Due to the community efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19, we have closed the Fisher Library for an indefinite period. We look forward to reopening as soon as it is safe… Read full news article
In order to help curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Fisher Library will be closed for an indefinite period of time beginning Monday March 16.
If you… Read full news article
As a result of the University of Toronto's recommendation to cancel or postpone all discretionary events, we regret to inform that this year's Katz Lecture featuring Dr.… Read full news article
In this latest issue of The Halcyon, the bi-annual Friends of Fisher newsletter, the focus is not just on the library's gift-in-kind donations - rather, it examines… Read full news article
To celebrate Black History Month in February, the Fisher will be holding an open house that will feature a number of materials from our collection. We will draw from the… Read full news article
Looking for that ideal holiday card to send out this year? We are again offering cards for sale this year, featuring images from our collections. There are five different… Read full news article
Are you curious about some of the Fisher's most recent acquisitions? Why not come to visit us on November 7 when we again host visitors for our biannual Open House. On… Read full news article
The Fisher Library is committed to preserving Canadian history up into the present day.
Periodicals throughout the twentieth century are a crucial medium for… Read full news article
The Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library is pleased to announce the acquisition of a 15th-century illuminated manuscript of Christine de Pizan’s Livre de paix.
Our donors have always played such an essential role here at the Fisher. Their passions for the book and for book collecting have enabled us to build one of the great… Read full news article
This new Fisher acquisition is a very rare copy of a book attributed to Henri Estienne (1528-1598), the great French Protestant printer who left his home in Paris to set… Read full news article
Looking for the ideal card to send out this holiday season? Why not purchase one of the Fisher's new holiday card designs, which are hot off the presses. There are two new… Read full news article
A book of sermons published in 1516 that contains a sermon listing seven reasons why werewolves might attack - and why they especially like to eat children. The latest… Read full news article
For those that missed the Many McLuhans Symposium held at the Fisher on September 21 - or for those that want to listen again to the entire proceedings -… Read full news article
We've added some new audio content over the last week.
If you missed the first Friends of Fisher lecture, the John Seltzer and Mark Seltzer Memorial Lecture,… Read full news article
Last week, Liz Ridolfo and Irina Mihalache, co-curators of the Fisher's current exhibition Mixed Messages: Making and Shaping Culinary Culture in Canada, were featured on… Read full news article