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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: TORONTO GLOBE AND MAIL HISTORICAL-MISCELLANEOUS [WILLIAM H. WRIGHT BUILDING OPENS -- People on Yonge Street in Toronto looking through windows at Globe and Mail's new presses in the William H. Wright building, April 25, 1938. Photo by John Boyd / The Globe and Mail. (Scanned from glass plate Negative #51073 / 38115-07). ] The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: TORONTO GLOBE AND MAIL HISTORICAL-MISCELLANEOUS [WILLIAM H. WRIGHT BUILDING OPENS -- People on Yonge Street in Toronto looking through windows at Globe and Mail's new presses in the William H. Wright building, April 25, 1938. Photo by John Boyd / The Globe and Mail. (Scanned from glass plate Negative #51073 / 38115-07). ]April 25, 1938,John Boyd transparent
DATED
April 25, 1938
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Scanned from a print, and later selected by the National Gallery for its Cutline exhibition
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TORONTO GLOBE AND MAIL HISTORICAL-MISCELLANEOUS [WILLIAM H. WRIGHT BUILDING OPENS -- People on Yonge Street in Toronto looking through windows at Globe and Mail's new presses in the William H. Wright building, April 25, 1938. Photo by John Boyd / The Globe and Mail. (Scanned from glass plate Negative #51073 / 38115-07). ]
John Boyd / The Globe and Mail
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