215 PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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JOHN KENNETH GALBRAITH ECONOMIST. ECONOMIST JOHN KENNETH GALBRAITH ON TORONTO VISIT: --- NO NEW IDEAS IN 25 YEARS.
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TORONTO ARGONAUTS FOOTBALL CLUB Cornerback Darrell Wilson walks with exuberant Argo fans who flooded field after 30-22 win over Edmonton Saturday. It was first Argo victory against the Esks since 1974.
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EATON CENTRE (TORONTO) TORONTO'S EATON CENTRE IS ALREADY DECKED OUT FOR CHRISTMAS, WITH MERCHANTS OPTIMISTIC THAT STRONG RETAIL SALES WILL CONTINUE INTO THE HOLIDAY SEASON.
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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO Sociology Dept. Professor Michael Bodemann stands in flooded office.
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