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Great Western Railway Station, Yonge St., n.e. corner, Esplanade E. Open in full size

Great Western Railway Station, Yonge St., n.e. corner, Esplanade E.

Picture, 1922, English

Great Western Railway Station, Yonge St., n.e. corner, Esplanade E.

Picture, 1922, English

Notes

Copy negative from photograph by Janet A. Hamwood lent to Library. Date Created year accurate; month and day unknown for 1922
Pencil cropping indications l.c. Stamped in moderate violet ink, vso c.: JAMES & SON / PHOTOGRAPHERS / 440 MANNING AVE. / TORONTO / PHONE COLL. 6980; Inscribed in pencil, vso b.: James Cullough / 11 years at yonge St Crossing / Old Grand Trunk Railway in rear / which is now the fruit depot.; vso u.c.: '22 A half-tone block after the print is in The Globe, Toronto, 21 July 1922, p. 9, with letterpress t.: HELP! BILINGUALISM INVADES TORONTO; b.: Watchman James Cullough's new sign at Yonge street crossing / gives cosmopolitan air to city, and doubtless aids new arrivals from / Montreal on morning boat.

Rights and Licenses

Public Domain

Medium

Gelatin-silver print.

Extent

164 x 215 mm.

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Call Number / Accession Number

X 65-179