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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: OLD AND NEW COMMERCE COURT TOWERS, VISIBLE THROUGH NEW, ANGULAR LIGHTWELL, HELPS ORIENT SHOPPER IN UNDERGROUND MALL; NEW GLASS OVERHANG PROTECTS PEDESTRIANS AND OUT DOOR-CAFE TABLES FROM RAIN. The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: COMMERCE COURT (TORONTO),OLD AND NEW COMMERCE COURT TOWERS, VISIBLE THROUGH NEW, ANGULAR LIGHTWELL, HELPS ORIENT SHOPPER IN UNDERGROUND MALL; NEW GLASS OVERHANG PROTECTS PEDESTRIANS AND OUT DOOR-CAFE TABLES FROM RAIN.January 27, 1994,Fred Lum transparent
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January 27, 1994
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OLD AND NEW COMMERCE COURT TOWERS, VISIBLE THROUGH NEW, ANGULAR LIGHTWELL, HELPS ORIENT SHOPPER IN UNDERGROUND MALL; NEW GLASS OVERHANG PROTECTS PEDESTRIANS AND OUT DOOR-CAFE TABLES FROM RAIN.
Fred Lum / The Globe and Mail
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