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  2. fuckyeahtoronto:

    St. Lawrence Hall, 1873

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  3. fuckyeahtoronto:

    looking s. from Ontario Hydro Building, University Ave., s.w. corner Orde St.; showing Elm St. in right foreground, 1944

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  4. Prime Minister Mackenzie King reading an address during the installation of Lord Tweedsmuir as Governor General of Canada.

    ca. Novermber 1935

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  5. Governor General Lord Tweedsmuir, Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King, President Franklin D. Roosevelt and James Roosevelt at the Quebec Citadelle during the first official visit of a US President to Canada.

    ca. 1936

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  7. oldcanada:

    King George V and Queen Mary review the Canadian Division, 1915

    Photo taken on February 4 1915 on Salisbury Plain, England. The King is reviewing 300 000 troops of the Canadian Division prior to their departure for France, surrounded by Canadian officers. The reverse of the photo is stamped “Geo. Collard, Press Photographer, 19, Hartfield Crescent, Wimbledon, S.W. 19”. The original belonged to my great grandfather Frank H.C. Briggs, who was a dentist in the Royal Army Dental Corps.

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  8. moonshot5:

    Kingston , Nova Scotia

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  9. moonshot5:

    Banff, Alberta

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  10. moonshot5:

    Vineland, Ontario

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