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Humber River, looking north west from north of The Queensway. Open in full size

Humber River, looking north west from north of The Queensway.

Humber River, looking north west from north of The Queensway.

Notes

A half-tone block after the print is in The Globe, Toronto, 3 August 1922, p. 10, with letterpress b.: HUMBER HOLDS ITS OWN-Small boats still swarm up the popular river on Toronto's western edge. Date Created year accurate; month and day unknown for 1922
Stamped in black ink, vso u.c.: JOHN BOYD / 208 GEOFFREY STREET / TORONTO [within palette]; In pencil, vso u.c.: 16349; vso b.: Toronto enjoys canoeing on the / Humber River-Hundreds of canoes / and boats parade the stream-many / are decorated with flags, cushions and / phonographs; vso C.: N; vso u.r.: # 2; vso u.l.: '22

Rights and Licenses

Public Domain

Medium

Gelatin-silver print touched up with opaque white.

Extent

129 x 178 mm.

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Call Number / Accession Number

X 65-153