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Turn of the Century Canada

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Man pushing car Photographer: William James ca. 1900 Mann schiebt Auto Fotograf: William James Ca. Antique Photos, Vintage Pictures, Vintage Photographs, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Time Pictures, Auto Rolls Royce, Vintage Cars, Antique Cars

Man pushing car

Photographer: William James ca. 1900 City of Toronto Archives Fonds 1244, Item 2509

The First Loblaws grocery store, 511 Yonge St., in 1910 Toronto,Ontario Canadian Things, Yonge Street, Toronto Ontario Canada, Canadian History, Grocery Store, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Montreal, Signage

What grocery stores used to look like in Toronto

Following the popularity of my vintage gas stations post of a few weeks back, my latest in my archival adventures involves another urban element wi...

Gordon W. Lillie, organized Pawnee Bill’s Historical Wild West Indian Museum and Encampment Show that became serious competition to Buffalo Bill. Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters, Retro Ads, Vintage Ephemera, Vintage Travel, John Wayne Western Movies, Westerns, Wild West Show

Native Americans: 1885-1930: The Wild West Show

Native Americans: 1885-1930: The Wild West Show

Toronto of the didn't much resemble the city we know today. Not only was the skyline virtually undeveloped -- the tallest structures were the. Ottawa, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Canadian Things, Toronto Ontario Canada, Toronto Photos, Historical Quotes, Old Things, Images

This is what Toronto looked like in the 1900s

Toronto in the 1900s didn't much resemble the city we know today. Not only was the skyline virtually undeveloped—the tallest structures were the Te...

First Wave of Ukrainian Immigration to Canada, Pioneer Day, Immigration Canada, One Wave, Canadian History, Canada Travel, Family History, Social Studies, Beautiful Images, Old Photos

First Wave of Ukrainian Immigration to Canada, 1891-1914

First Wave of Ukrainian Immigration to Canada, 1891-1914.

An extensive photographic and textual look into the Victorian Toys and Victorian Games that children played during the Rich and poor children played Victorian Games, Victorian Toys, Victorian Crafts, Victorian Life, Outdoor Games For Kids, Outdoor Fun, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Antique Photos

Chestnut St., Toronto, Ont.

A half-tone block after the print is in The Globe, Toronto, 29 August 1922, p. 13, with letterpress t.: THEY ALL UNDERSTAND THE HOOP; b.: The illustration shows three young Canadians-representatives / of three races-Greek, Hebrew and Polish-rolling their hoops in / happy unison on Chestnut street.

THEN : This photograph from 1901 shows a Royal Visit from the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York. Less than a decade later, they would ascend to the . Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Royal Family Portrait, Toronto Photos, The Face, Andrew Jackson, Guernica, Duke Of York, Duchess Of Cornwall

A 1900s Toronto photo extravaganza

In the 1900s, Toronto burned. On the night of April 19, 1904, a small fire broke out in a necktie factory near the northwest corner of Wellington a...

Clay oven with temporary thatch to protect against rain. Entrance for dog below, Fraserwood, Manitoba, Canada Ontario, Clay Oven, Ukrainian Recipes, Canadian History, Canada, Red River, My Heritage, Good Ol, Old Things

Manitobia

This page contains links to Internet sites pertinent to the history of Manitoba.

toronto the ward slum homeless man Toronto Street, Downtown Toronto, John Ward, Typhoid Fever, Outdoor Toilet, Guernica, Homeless Man, West Village, Slums

A brief history of The Ward, Toronto's notorious slum

If you were poor and a new arrival to Toronto in the early 18 and 1900s there was a good chance you'd end up living somewhere in The Ward, a notori...

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