Colophon

Some elements appearing on this website are not owned by the authors. See list below for appropriate Copyright statements.

  • “Ferry Ongiara” illustration (used as the logo and on the Blog page) Copyright © 2000 by Gail Read.  All rights reserved.
  • “Structures Toronto: Island Community” video Copyright © 2011 by Rogers Communications.   All rights reserved.
  • “Children of the Island” video Copyright © 2000 by Eric Light.    All rights reserved.
  • “Toronto Island Houses Screensaver” images Copyright © 2003 by Jeanne Rittscher & Murray Roe.    All rights reserved.
  • Many images were provided from private collections.  Copyright is not claimed.
  • Many other images were provided by members of the Yahoo Group: torontoislandconnection, an egroup started by former Islanders.  Copyright is not claimed.

Many thanks for allowing these items to appear here.

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P.S.  A colophon is a brief statement containing information about a publication such as the place of publication, the publisher, and the date of publication. A colophon may also be emblematic or pictorial in nature. Colophon’s were formerly printed at the ends of books, but in modern works they are usually located at the verso of the title-leaf.  In modern usage, it can be brief notice at the end of a book usually describing the text typography, identifying the typeface by name along with a brief history. It may also credit the publication’s designer and other persons or companies involved in its production – how we are using it here!