268 PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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RAIN Cars abandoned by drivers sit in flooded underpass on King Street at Sudbury Street after sudden late afternoon deluge.
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Buffy SAINTE MARIE Singer performing at 2nd annual Community Christmas party at Toronto's Native Canadian Centre on Spadina Road yesterday.
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HOMELESSNESS Protected from the rain, two people eat in a street car shelter on Queen Street after the man had gone for food
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EGLINTON AVENUE The freeway men at work again They're busy people these Metro road-builders, tossing together multi-ramp interchanges and bridges and superhighways to whiz cars around Toronto on multi-million dollar curves of concrete freeway. Right now, they're up in the northwest corner of Metro, working on bits and pieces of a multi-lane connection between Eglinton Avenue West and the new interchange at Highway 27 and the Macdonald Cartier Freeway. A $1.5 million, six-lane concrete bridge over the Humber River-the route of the Eglinton extension west from its present terminus at Jane StreeT -- s expected to be completed by the end of the year. And if completion is on time, the route will be open as far west as Scarlett Road by January. The next stage of the project is to construct a connecting link between Eglinton and the Richview Sideroad and then widen Richview into the four-lane connection to the No. 27 and ...
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AIRCRAFT DESIGNS Sopwith Pup Two First World War replicas, a Sopwith Pup (left) piloted by John Williams and a Nieuport 17 flown by Butch Foster, fly over Trenton yesterday.
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 In some cases, they contain outdated language that may be offensive.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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