57 PHOTOGRAPHS IN COLLECTION (WITH UNALTERED, HISTORICAL NOTES)
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The British airship R-100 moored at St. Hubert airport in Montreal at some point after its arrival on August 1, 1930. Globe and Mail staff photographer John Boyd is in foreground. Photo by John Boyd / The Globe and Mail. Neg. #21408 30231-03
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TORONTO CITY HISTORICAL 20TH CENTURY (1900-1957) NORTHWEST CORNER OF BAY STREET AND ADELAIDE ST. IN 1923.
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MARY PICKFORD ACTRESS. MARY PICKFORD IN TORONTO IN 1924.
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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO HART HOUSE Dinner at Hart House, honouring Dr, FREDERICK BANITING AND DR, J.J.R, MCLEOD, WHO SHARED THE NOBEL PRIZE FOR MEDICAL SCIENCES, 1923. [Right to left, those at the Head Table include: Professor James McLeod (mustache), Sir Edmund Walker, Chancellor; Canon Cody, Chairman of the Board of Governors; Dr. Frederick Banting; Sir William Mulock, Chief Justice; C.H. Best; Hon. W.F. Nickie, Attorney-General; Dean Primrose; and Albert E. Gooderham. Others not identified.]
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EDUCATION HISTORICAL STUDENTS LEAVING TORONTO NORMAL MODEL SCHOOL FOR HOLIDAYS IN 1925.
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