Yonge Street, Toronto, 1960s

Three distinctive buildings on Toronto's Yonge Street north of Queen, early the Colonial Tavern, jazz bar; the neoclassical bank and Heintzman's piano HQ

What Yonge Street looked like in the 1970s http://www.blogto.com/city/2011/08/what_yonge_street_looked_like_in_the_1970s/

Pedestrians walking north on Yonge Street at its intersection with Dundas Square. Approximately twenty years after this photograph, the side street called Dundas Square would abut an actual public square called Yonge Dundas Square

Yonge Street, across from the Eaton Centre and looking north, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Yonge Street, across from the Eaton Centre and looking north, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Toronto 1970s

Heintzman Piano Sign in Toronto across from Eaton Centre in the Best upright piano's created in Canada were made by Heintzman and even Queen Victoria was impressed that such a fine instrument was made ' in the colonies".

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