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Huntley St., bridge n. of Bloor St., looking n. to Elm St. : Toronto Public Library

Date Created year accurate; month and day unknown for 1913

Church and Wellington streets

Miscellany Toronto Photographs: Then and Now

Macpherson, Sir David, 'Chestnut Park', Yonge St., e. side, betw. Roxborough St. & Rowanwood Ave. : Toronto Public Library

Macpherson, Sir David, 'Chestnut Park', Yonge St., e. side, betw. Roxborough St. & Rowanwood Ave. : Toronto Public Library

toronto, kew beach boardwalk, 1918

Photographer: John Boyd June 1918 City of Toronto Archives Series Item 15098

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Artist's rendition of the original Yonge Street Eaton's store, Toronto 1919

Hoskin, John, 'The Dale', Dale Ave., s. side, w. of McKenzie Ave.; gates, n. of Bloor St. E., w. of Castle Frank Rd., Toronto, Ont. : Toronto Public Library

Hoskin, John, 'The Dale', Dale Ave., s. side, w. of McKenzie Ave.; gates, n. of Bloor St. E., w. of Castle Frank Rd., Toronto, Ont. : Toronto Public Library

Crown, William, houses on Asquith Ave., n. side, betw. Yonge St. & Park Rd. : Toronto Public Library

Asquith Avenue was fomerly known as Bismarck Avenue which originally was known as Jarvis Street. The name Jarvis Street was changed in after Yorkville was annexed to Toronto, Bismarck Avenue was changed to Asquith Avenue in August TEC 199

Corner of Richmond & York Streets 1916

Corner of Richmond & York Streets 1916

Jesse Ketchum Public School, Davenport Rd., w. side, at Bay St., Toronto, Ont. : Toronto Public Library

Jesse Ketchum Public School, Davenport Rd., w. side, at Bay St., Toronto, Ont. : Toronto Public Library

Chinese businesses on Elizabeth St. in 1937. Most of the restaurants in the area depended on an Anglo-Torontonian clientele.

Toronto’s early Chinese restaurants attracted both gourmets and goons

Chinese businesses on Elizabeth St. in Most of the restaurants in the area depended on an Anglo-Torontonian clientele.

St. Lawrence Market. N. Market (1850-1904), Front St. E., n. side, betw. Market & Jarvis Sts., showing e. side, before alterations of 1898, Toronto, Ontario

Lawrence Market North, Toronto {Click the photo to see what it looks like now (slide the Green Fade Bar).

Rosedale Ravine, looking e. to Sherbourne St. bridge. : Toronto Public Library

Rosedale Ravine, looking e. to Sherbourne St.

Before the Gooderham Building the Coffin Block stood on the triangle-y spot at Front & Church & Wellington. 1888. (Via @TODreamsProject)

Before the Gooderham Building the Coffin Block stood on the triangle-y spot at Front & Church & Wellington.

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