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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: Sidewalk Markets City May Approve Overhanding Encroachments on Property. Shoppers in Kensington Market, off Spadina Avenue, below College Street, find clothing hanging overhead (left). Mayor Givens has said the city is prepared to say yes to encroachments on sidewalks if applications are suitable, and may have to formulate an encroachment policy to meet redevelopment needs. The woman at right examines fruit... The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: Kensington Market (Toronto),Sidewalk Markets City May Approve Overhanding Encroachments on Property. Shoppers in Kensington Market, off Spadina Avenue, below College Street, find clothing hanging overhead (left). Mayor Givens has said the city is prepared to say yes to encroachments on sidewalks if applications are suitable, and may have to formulate an encroachment policy to meet redevelopment needs. The woman at right examines fruit...November 5, 1965,Harold Robinson transparent
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November 5, 1965
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Sidewalk Markets City May Approve Overhanding Encroachments on Property. Shoppers in Kensington Market, off Spadina Avenue, below College Street, find clothing hanging overhead (left). Mayor Givens has said the city is prepared to say yes to encroachments on sidewalks if applications are suitable, and may have to formulate an encroachment policy to meet redevelopment needs. The woman at right examines fruit...
Harold Robinson / The Globe and Mail
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Lester B. Pearson was Prime Minister
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