Swansea Memorial Branch - Toronto Public Library. Origins WW1 and Women’s Patriotic League of Swansea circa 1920s. Relocated to Swansea Municipal Building, 95 Lavinia Avenue. N.A. Armstrong, Architect. Building officially opened, 20 May 1959. Closed for building renovation and retrofit, 13 April 1991.
St Lawrence Branch - Toronto Public Library. 1982 Opened 9 September in rented premises. Phillip H. Carter, Architect. 2002 refurbished and in 2012 RFID installation and state of good repair renovation.
Richview Branch - Toronto Public Library. Officially opened by the Etobicoke Public Library Board, October 16 1966. Building included a regional library and Etobicoke Public Libraries' administrative headquarters -Dunlop, Wardell, Matsui, Aitken Architects. 1984-1985 Closed for renovation by Stinson, Montgomery & Sisam Architects. 2010 first floor renovation, Makrimichalos Cugini Architects.
Dawes Road Branch - Toronto Public Library. Dawes Road Branch opened on January 2, 1976, the first library in Canada that is part of a condominium. 2001 Exterior refurbishing by York Condominium Corporations #260 and 2002 interior renovation.
Dufferin St Clair Branch Toronto Public Library. Established in 1921 with original name Earlscourt Branch. Renamed Dufferin/St. Clair Branch to indicate more clearly its location in 1973. 1979 Renovation and expansion by Baird Sampson Architects. 2007-2008 Closed for renovation and expansion by Makrimichalos Cugini Architects. G. A. Reid and Doris McCarthy murals restored.
Sanderson Branch - Toronto Public Library. Charles R. Sanderson Memorial Branch opened 27 September 1968 by Pentland, Baker & Polson Architects. Named to commemorate Charles R. Sanderson (1887-1956), TPL's chief librarian, 1937-56. Initially a Boys and Girls collection only. 1978 Scadding Court Community Centre constructed and attached to library. Casey and Dunker Architects.
Parliament Street Branch - Toronto Public Library. Opened 12 January 1955 ... Arthur H. Eadie, Architect. 1968 Property acquired at Gerrard Street East, southeast corner of Berkeley Street. Formerly Edwin Snider House (built 1880-1 see the separate pin yellow brick house), later H. Beldon and Company and 1969 Parliament Street Library House opened. Renovated in 1979 by Dunker Associates. 1990-1992 Renovated by Baird Sampson Architects.