December 26, 1955
PRINTED IN THE GLOBE AND MAIL
December 30, 1955
Scanned from a print, and later selected by the National Gallery for its Cutline exhibition
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Steele's Ave (Toronto) But everybody observes five-mile speed limit sign on Steele's Ave (shown) east of Leslie St. They have to, or they'll break a spring on "temporary" Bailey bridge over central branch of Don. There is no apparent reason why the other sign should be there. But small concrete bridge was weakened by Hazel Hurricane floods and has not been repaired. 1955. Toronto; Bailey Bridge, Steeles Ave. East. Accession#: 55360-2
Lex Schrag / The Globe and Mail
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