Toy Library Federation
of New Zealand
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The INTERNATIONAL TOY LIBRARY ASSOCIATION (ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONALE DES LUDOTHEQUES) was created in 1990 in Torino during the 5th international conference of toy libraries. It has been found necessary to get a permanent link structure. The decision to form ITLA was taken on May 28th 1987 at the 4th International Conference of Toy Libraries in Toronto.