The museum website features material about Montgomery and her family’s vacations in Bala (in the lake district of Ontario) which led to her novel The Blue Castle being set there.
L.M. Montgomery Institute (PEI)
The Institute hosts biennial conferences on LMM, fosters research, and houses a growing collection of books and memorabilia.
L.M. Montgomery Literary Society
The L.M. Montgomery Literary Society was formed in 1991 by Carolyn Strom Collins and Christina Wyss Eriksson after the publication of their first collaboration, The Anne of Green Gables Treasury. The members of the Society meet regularly and are active participants in local and international Montgomery events. The Shining Scroll is the annual newsletter of the Society and contains unique and original research about L.M. Montgomery and her works.
Lucy Maud Montgomery Society of Ontario
Focuses on LMM’s years in Leaskdale, Ontario.
National Library / Archives of Canada (ON)
Has extensive LMM archival holdings, including the originals of the G. B. MacMillan letters.
Parks Canada (ON)
This site furnishes information about the Prince Edward Island National Park at Cavendish, PEI, where LMM lived the first half of her life (1874-1911).
Prince Edward Island Public Archives
Primary materials for scholarly research.
University of Guelph Library, Special Collections (ON)
This links to other special archival holdings like the Scottish Collection that contextualize LMM’s Scottish heritage and her life in Canada.
University of Guelph Library, L.M. Montgomery Collection
A direct link that gives information about the extensive collection of LMM documents and memorabilia.
University of Prince Edward Island Library [Robertston Library]
Holds an extensive collection of LMM books, articles, and memorabilia.
Uxbridge-Scott Museum (ON)
LMM lived in Uxbridge from 1911-1926, and this museum contains memorabilia from that period.
Self-guided Walking Tour of LLM sites in Guelph
Coutesy of www.guelphwellington.ca