Victoria, statue, e. of entrance to Parliament Buildings, Queen's Park Open in full size

Victoria, statue, e. of entrance to Parliament Buildings, Queen's Park

Picture, 1913, English

Victoria, statue, e. of entrance to Parliament Buildings, Queen's Park

Picture, 1913, English

Notes

A half-tone block after the print is in The Globe, Toronto, 31 May 1913, Saturday magazine section p.1, with letterpress b.: IT WAS ALL HELD IN HER MEMORY. / Statue of Queen Victoria in Queen's Park, / decorated on Empire Day.
Stamped in greyish reddish purple ink, vso c.: THIS PHOTOGRAPH WAS MADE / IN A HURRY AND IS NOT / GUARANTEED PERMANENT / PRINGLE & BOOTH / 181 GEORGE ST.,-TORONTO; Inscribed in pencil, vso u.r.: May 24 '13; vso u.r.: Globe mag / 12 group A / trim close / H 3855; vso: [cropping indications]
TEC 314

Publisher

Pringle & Booth, Toronto

Rights and Licenses

Public Domain

Medium

Gelatin-silver print

Extent

197 x 253 mm

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Call Number / Accession Number

X 65-199