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St. John's (the Denison Burying Ground), Weston, c.1890?, Toronto, Ont. Open in full size

St. John's (the Denison Burying Ground), Weston, c.1890?, Toronto, Ont.

Picture, 1907, English

St. John's (the Denison Burying Ground), Weston, c.1890?, Toronto, Ont.

Picture, 1907, English

Notes

Inscribed in pen & balck ink, l.r.: B. GLOSTER; In pencil, vso. t.: Weston Graveyard; vso t. to b.: Barney / Please draw / Copies [?] in Proportn / saves time / [illegible initials] Letterpress on paper label laid down on album page below drawing: THE DENISON CEMETRY (St. John's), WESTON. / Vol. V. Landmarks of Toronto, p. 519. After and albumen print, c.1890? (Acc. B 5-2) Drawn to make the line photomechanical print in 'The Evening Telegram', Toronto, 9 July 1908, p. 8, cols. 3-4, bottom, and in Landmarks of Toronto, vol. , p. 519. St. John's Cemetery is on the east side of the Humber River, south side of Clouston Ave. Catalogued April 8, 1988. Rev. NOV 20 1990

Rights and Licenses

Public Domain

Medium

Pen and black ink with border on wove paper. Laid down on album page

Extent

126 x 205 mm

Contributor

Evening Telegram, Toronto

Call Number / Accession Number

B 5-3c