St. Lawrence Market in the 1890s. Some things have changed. Some not so much.

The St. Lawrence Market is one of Toronto's oldest institutions, technically dating as far back as 1803 when Governor Peter Hunter designated the a.

Coal wagon stalled on muddy Ashdale Avenue Photographer: William James 1908

the street I grew up on Ashdale Ave, Toronto. Coal wagon stalled on muddy Ashdale Avenue Photographer: William James 1908

Gooderham Building (Flatiron) 1890's

vintage everyday: Corner of Front & Wellington Streets , Gooderham Building, Toronto, ca.

Danforth looking east from Pape, Toronto, 1913

Danforth East of Pape in Toronto, 1913 - Aren't "then and now" pictures fascinating?

Riverdale Library circa 1912 - Toronto Public library, Broadview Avenue at Gerrard Street - City of Toronto Archives - Fonds 1244 item 7084; William James family fonds

Riverdale Library circa 1912 - Toronto Public library, Broadview Avenue at Gerrard Street - City of Toronto Archives - Fonds 1244 item William James family fonds

toronto 1910sTraders gather outside a store at Danforth and Dawes Rd. around 1900.

A turn-of-the-century photo of Danforth Avenue’s north side, looking west from Dawes Rd., showing some inhabitants of “Little York” buying their winter feed from Paterson Brothers' shop.

Toronto Street Railway Co. horse-car 145 on King street. View from Church street. [ca. 18 Aug. 1890]

Toronto Street Railway Co. horse-car 145 on King street. View from Church street.

1891 Building Queen's Park

The legislative building being constructed, 1891

Vintage Canadian Dollar

Bank of Toronto Dollar, 1859 - The Bank of Toronto (today known as TD Bank) was among many banks that issued Canadian dollars in the second half of the century

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