Memorable day: It was a day of honors yesterday for Marilyn Bell, who unveiled this plaque to open a park on the lakeshore named for her, then officially opened the CNE. Toronto Mayor Art Eggleton (behind the swimmer) had earlier declared it Marilyn Bell Day. The park, opposite the CNE, is at the spot where Bell first swam in Lake Ontario when she was 12. Open in full size

Memorable day: It was a day of honors yesterday for Marilyn Bell, who unveiled this plaque to open a park on the lakeshore named for her, then officially opened the CNE. Toronto Mayor Art Eggleton (behind the swimmer) had earlier declared it Marilyn Bell Day. The park, opposite the CNE, is at the spot where Bell first swam in Lake Ontario when she was 12.

Picture, 1984, English

Memorable day: It was a day of honors yesterday for Marilyn Bell, who unveiled this plaque to open a park on the lakeshore named for her, then officially opened the CNE. Toronto Mayor Art Eggleton (behind the swimmer) had earlier declared it Marilyn Bell Day. The park, opposite the CNE, is at the spot where Bell first swam in Lake Ontario when she was 12.

Picture, 1984, English

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Toronto Star License

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From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Bell; Marilyn -Misc & Groups

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

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tspa_0031877f