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Grade 11 student Irene Huljak and Andrew Kannon, in Grade 12, dig in the dirt yesterday on the site of Gore Vale, the first brick house built in west Toronto, in 1820. The high school students are just two of 41 taking part in a program run by the Toronto Board of Education's Archaeological Resource Centre. Open in full size

Grade 11 student Irene Huljak and Andrew Kannon, in Grade 12, dig in the dirt yesterday on the site of Gore Vale, the first brick house built in west Toronto, in 1820. The high school students are just two of 41 taking part in a program run by the Toronto Board of Education's Archaeological Resource Centre.

Picture, 1991, English

Grade 11 student Irene Huljak and Andrew Kannon, in Grade 12, dig in the dirt yesterday on the site of Gore Vale, the first brick house built in west Toronto, in 1820. The high school students are just two of 41 taking part in a program run by the Toronto Board of Education's Archaeological Resource Centre.

Picture, 1991, English

Notes

Image published in the Toronto Star, 10 July 1991, pg. E9 to illustrate article, "Students dig into summer course".

Rights and Licenses

Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Archaeology - Canada - Ontario

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0002060f