9 PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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WESTERN GUARD Police stand in front of Ashdale Avenue house occupied by Western Guard Party while about 100 members of United Front march in the street.
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Tony RERRIE Scarborough 32 foot sign by roadside is symbol of Tony Rerrie's defiance of Scarborough.
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RADAR Constable Stan Baj aims the hand held highly accurate unit at on-coming traffic.
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QUEEN STREET MENTAL HEALTH CENTRE The dome of the asylum was the highest point in Toronto about 130 years ago.
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STORE HOURS The Tamblyn drug store chain and Loblaws supermarkets are owned by the George Weston Ltd. group; however, there are different policies governing Sunday hours. A Tamblyn store on St. Clair Avenue is open for eight hours on Sunday, but a sign in a nearby Loblaws store window indicates that firm respects Sundays. James Gregory, vice-president of Loblaws, said although there's been an escalation in number of stores open on Sunday, Loblaws has backed off because the Government is planning legislation. James Gow, president of G. Tamblyn Ltd., is on a tour of stores and unavailable for comment. c. November 1975.
These photographs and captions are unaltered documents. In some cases, they contain outdated language that may be offensive. In order to preserve their historical authenticity, they have not been edited.
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