360 PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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CANADA POST OFFICE [A Toronto letter carrier walks along the street, May 28, 1970. Photo by James Lewcun / The Globe and Mail.]
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ROYAL FAMILY Gt. Britain. Princess Alexandra. (Visit to Canada May 1967) Princess Alexandra chats with Robin Hadley, 13, after the patients at Bloorview Children's Hospital presented her with a bouquet outside [Toronto] City Hall. Standing by is hospital administrator Mrs. Edith G. White. More than 3,000 children were present to greet the children? [royal visitor].
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Tim ANDERSON Toronto. Football player
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Norman PARTINGTON Toronto, TTC Bus driver Stabbed twice in the heart is shown with wife in Branson Hospital yesterday. Doctors say he will be driving bus again in six or seven weeks. Four persons are chaged with wounding.
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George CROTHERS. Toronto. Police Commission Metro Toronto Police Commission -- George Crothers with Charles Bick
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