254 PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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Gerald GLADSTONE Sculptor. Gladstone adds a piece to his model of $50,000 fountain to be built at the CNE grounds in memory of a former president, Lt. Col. J.R. McGillivray.
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Winston CHURCHILL In Ottawa Farewell to visiting British statesman brought large crowds to airport at Ottawa Wednesday night when Prime Minister Churchill spoke briefly, gave his famous "V" sign with one hand and firmly held an outsize cigar with the other. At left is Foreign Secretary Eden, at right Prime Minister St. Laurent. Less than a hour after their arrival in New York, Churchill and Eden boaded the liner Queen Elizabeth for voyage back to England.
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ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA Toronto St. James Cathedral King St. 1956 [from King Edward Hotel roof]
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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...
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TRENT CANAL The Trent-Severn Waterway winds for 240 miles through rolling countryside from Trenton to Georgian Bay, probably the most traveled waterway in the province. Here, a boat nears Lock 20, south of Peterborough, while approaching the hydraulic liftlock. Cruising guides are obtainable free from the province.
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 In some cases, they contain outdated language that may be offensive.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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