Queen & Bathurst, 1965. Love this!  Photo taken by Barry Philp Feb. 18, 1965. © Toronto Star

Some greasers at Queen & Bathurst, Love this! Thanks Vintage Toronto on FB. Photo taken by Barry Philp Feb. I used to live nearby here. Went to Ryerson school.

A brief history of Toronto's first apartment building | BlogTO

toronto first apartment. The second Toronto apartment building was completed a year after the St. George Mansions on University Avenue. The stone, brick, and steel Alexandra was a larger building: 72 suites across 7 floors with panoramic views of the cit

St Lawrence Market, 1965;  I'm guessing outside the the old Pasquale Bros.  business.

Best Toronto photo ever. Lawrence Market, I'm guessing outside the the old Pasquale Bros.

Delivering milk on Toronto Island by Toronto History, via Flickr

Delivering Milk on Toronto Island; by Toronto History, and possibly a few babies, as coined by the phrase we still know today "baby belongs to the milk man"

The view of 791 to 797 Queen St. West, Toronto, April 22, 1943.

Queen West seems a natural street to knock off as I continue to fill in some of the more obvious gaps in our collection of historical photo posts.

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