431 PHOTOGRAPHS FOUND (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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BUSES Visitors went to the CNE by bus in 1925 just as they do today. [1925 People surround motor coach parked at the Canadian National Exhibition]
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T.T.C. HISTORICAL Toronto Street Railway and Motor Traffic Employees rode along in antique splendor in yesterday's Labor Day parade to the CNE. They Are seen In flag-decked old motor coach, closely followed by a modern style bus, just east of the Parkdale railway station.
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Walter SUSSKIND Musician-Conductor Walter Susskind, new permanent conductor of the . Toronto Symphony Orchestra, selects music for yesterday's shirtsleeve rehearsal for season's opening next Tuesday and Wednesday. Before accepting post here, he was conductor of Victoria Symphony Orchestra Melbourne, Australia.
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Jack BUSH Artist It's Mighty Lak a Rose, Even When in Abstract Jack Bush (standing) and son Robert view father's study. 'A Rose is a Rose'
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HURRICANE HAZEL Weston. Fairglen Rd. homes jammed together by flood. [Hurricane Hazel hits Weston, Ontario on October 16, 1954. Death and destruction rode the crest of Ontario flood waters in the nightmare hours of Saturday morning, leaving 54 known dead, 69 missing and presumed drowned, and a chaotic condition never before experienced in Southern Ontario.]
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 In some cases, they contain outdated language that may be offensive.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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