A Shacktown Christmas

The Canadian Magazine Vol. 34, no. 2 (Dec. 1909) 1

August Bridle, “A Shacktown Christmas” with illustrations by John Garland Greene in The Canadian Magazine, Vol. 34, no. 2 (Dec. 1909), 132

The Canadian Magazine Vol. 34, no. 2 (Dec. 1909) 3

August Bridle, “A Shacktown Christmas” with illustrations by Thomas Garland Greene in The Canadian Magazine, Vol. 34, no. 2 (Dec. 1909), 130

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1a Shacktown Map

The orange colour marks the shacktowns that formed a crescent around Toronto.

 

Packing crate house - Copy - Copy

19080205 GL Wolf at the door

Shacktown Coxwell - Copy - Copy

Shacktown Coxwell

Shacktown 1913b - Copy - Copy

New house Danforth Ave ca 1921 William James Fonds - Copy - Copy

19160616TARCH Erie Terrace4 - Copy - Copy

Erie  Terrace is now Craven Road

Shacks on Ashdale Avenue Sept 20 1910 - Copy - Copy

Shacks, Ashdale Avenue

Baby Coxwell - Copy - Copy

Baby saved from being run over saved by courageous soldier. The shack on Coxwell just north of Lower Gerrard was home. Mother stands in the doorway.

Christmas Greetings Harry Payne 1911 TPL

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