Victory in Europe Day (VE Day) celebrations in Toronto, Canada, May 1945.

VE-Day celebrations in Toronto, Ontario, May (Photo: Ronny Jaques/BiblioArchives / LibraryArchives/CC BY

The First Loblaws grocery store, 511 Yonge St., Toronto, Canada. #1910s

The first Loblaw Groceteria at 511 Yonge St. Toronto 1919 - Photo 1 of 2

Inside the Eaton Centre.

You will also get the thing of latest fashions. Thus Devonshire Mall Hours is…

Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada    Creator: W.G. MacFarlane (Publisher)  Date: 1910 Traders Bank in the background.

Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Creator: W. MacFarlane (Publisher) Date: 1910 Identifier: PC 2632 Format: Postcard Rights: Public domain Courtesy: Toronto Public Library You can order order a print or high-resolution copy.

Clara Brett Martin, first woman to graduate from the University of Toronto Law School in 1899.

Clara Brett Martin, first woman to graduate from the University of Toronto Law School in

British Bank of North America, Toronto, Canada, 1850s

Toronto of the is the last in our series of decade-by-decade photo posts. I will, however, do one big post on the years leading up to this de.

Toronto 1940s Toronto Island "milkman" makes deliveries... http://www.blogto.com/city/2015/01/a_1940s_toronto_photo_extravaganza/

Because of less advanced refrigeration and preservation techniques, cold milk would need to be delivered often.

Post Office, Toronto Street, 1860s

Post Office, 10 Toronto Street, The building, and that lane , is still there!

Central Library Toronto, 1923.  Now the Koffler Student Centre at University of Toronto.

Source: Toronto Reference Library, Baldwin Room, 2013 History Matters lecture series line-up announced

Photographer: William James 1926 City of Toronto Archives Fonds 1244, Item 2014

Photographer: William James 1926 City of Toronto Archives Fonds Item 2014

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