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A in the East End: A gallery

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Looking East on Queen at Hastings, Then

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Looking east on Queen at Hastings, NOW

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Alton Corner Store

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Original with no labels from the City of Toronto Archives Fonds 1266 Item 17767 August 30 1929

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Alton Ave on left: Plan for the new Greenwood Park, 1919

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Clean-it-eria Ashdale Avenue, Toronto Star, March 16 1953

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Ashdale Ave: Irish Sweepstakes winners, Toronto Star, March 19, 1949

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Ashdale Ave: home of Irish Sweepstakes winners, Toronto Star, March 19, 1949

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Pigeons on Ashdale, Toronto Star, August 13, 1941

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From the Days when people truly believed that the sun would never set on the British Empire and other silly things.Veteran of the Zulu war, Ashdale Avenue, Toronto Star, September 2, 1942

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Arnold Bros, head office, 956 Queen E.. - April 20, 1926

Arnold Bros, head office, 956 Queen E.. – April 20, 1926

Arnold Bros, girls at work, butter dept, abattoir. - April 21, 1926

Arnold Bros, women at work, butter dept, abattoir, April 21, 1926

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Globe and Mail, June 9, 1954

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Ashbridges Bay, by John Wilson, 1900

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Ashbridges Bay, 1890s looking west towards Booth Avenue (buildings in distance are at what is now Booth and approx. Eastern Avenue).

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Ashbridge’s Bush (Monarch Park)

1884 Erie Terrace in Goads Atlas

1884 Ashbridges Creek in Goads Atlas

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