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Picture, 1922, English


Picture, 1922, English


A half-tone block after the print is in The Globe, Toronto, 15 June 1922, p. 13, with letterpress t.: CITY'S NEW BATHING PAVILION IS SHORTLY TO BE OPENED; b.: The new bathing house at Sunnyside will provide locker accommodation at one time for 7,700 bathers-men, women and children. / The building will be 400 by 100 feet, opening upon a beach 1,300 feet in length. Patrons of the pavilion will be able to secure, for a fee, the / use of a strong locker, as well as bathing suit, soap and towel and the privileges of the shower-room. During July and August of last year no / fewer than 302,525 patronized the bathing beach at Sunnyside, undeveloped and unimproved as it was at that time. Date Created year accurate; month and day unknown for 1922
Stamped in moderate violet ink, vso c.: JAMES & SON / PHOTOGRAPHERS / 440 MANNING AVE. / TORONTO / PHONE COLL. 6980; In dark violet ink, vso c.r.: JUN 16 1922


JAMES & SON, Toronto

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Public Domain


Gelatin-silver print touched up with pen and black ink.


105 x 234 mm


Toronto Reference Library


Baldwin Collection

Call Number / Accession Number

X 65-177