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In pictures: Honest Ed's legacy lives in the memories of Torontonians

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Liz Noh and her family regularly shopped at Honest Ed's when they first immigrated to Canada from South Korea.

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Liz Noh remembers coming to Honest Ed’s in 1968 when she was seven and marvelling at all of the toys.

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The Globe and Mail’s Marsha Lederman's parents, Jacob (Ted) Lederman and Gitla (Jean) Lederman, in front of their family home on Major St., near Harbord St. in Toronto.

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Marsha Lederman's parents Jacob (Ted) Lederman and Gitla (Jean) Lederman with their oldest daughter Rachel and middle daughter Doris (the baby) in front of a friend’s home on Borden St. in Toronto.

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