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The L.M. Montgomery Heritage Society

The L.M. Montgomery Heritage Society, created in June 1994, is dedicated to protecting L.M. Montgomery's Prince Edward Island literary and historic legacy for the benefit, education and enjoyment of the public. The Society is a non-profit organization made up of representatives from Island heritage sites and groups with a mutual interest in preserving and promoting Montgomery's Island home. As part of its mandate, the Society holds events honouring the life and times of Montgomery, including an annual birthday celebration held each November and the L.M. Montgomery Festival held each August.

Jennie and John Macneill, The Site of L.M. Montgomery's Cavendish Home
Father F.W.P. Bolger, Lucy Maud Montgomery Birthplace
George Campbell, Anne of Green Gables Museum, Park Corner
Elizabeth DeBlois, L.M. Montgomery Institute
Dr. Elizabeth Epperly, L.M. Montgomery Institute
Doug Heaney, Parks Canada
Anna MacDonald, Confederation Centre of the Arts
Barb MacDonald, Parks Canada
Heirs of L.M. Montgomery

Alexander & Lucy Macneill’s home in Cavendish, distant gable view. L.M. Montgomery’s birthplace in Clifton (now New London)
John & Annie Campbell’s home in Park Corner. Ernest & Myrtle Webb’s home back view.
    L.M. Montgomery on the creation of Prince Edward Island National Park from My Dear Mr. M: Letters to G.B. MacMillan.