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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: BICYCLES ANDREW TOOLE CYCLES DOWN YONGE STREET ON HIS WAY TO WORK IN TORONTO YESTERDAY. WHEN HE TRAVELS TO ENGLAND, HE SAYS, THE COLLAPSIBLE BIKE GOES ALONG WITH HIM BY PLANE TO SAVE TAXI FARES IN LONDON. The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: BICYCLES ANDREW TOOLE CYCLES DOWN YONGE STREET ON HIS WAY TO WORK IN TORONTO YESTERDAY. WHEN HE TRAVELS TO ENGLAND, HE SAYS, THE COLLAPSIBLE BIKE GOES ALONG WITH HIM BY PLANE TO SAVE TAXI FARES IN LONDON.October 25, 1994,Edward Regan transparent
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October 25, 1994
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BICYCLES ANDREW TOOLE CYCLES DOWN YONGE STREET ON HIS WAY TO WORK IN TORONTO YESTERDAY. WHEN HE TRAVELS TO ENGLAND, HE SAYS, THE COLLAPSIBLE BIKE GOES ALONG WITH HIM BY PLANE TO SAVE TAXI FARES IN LONDON.
Edward Regan / The Globe and Mail
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