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Metro Chairman Ab Campbell chases one of the ponies he keeps on his 19-acre Scarborough farm, in this photo taken last year. The land could be worth an estimated $1,000,000 to land-hungry developers. With his own four children now grown up, ponies are ridden only occasionally by children from neighborhood. Open in full size

Metro Chairman Ab Campbell chases one of the ponies he keeps on his 19-acre Scarborough farm, in this photo taken last year. The land could be worth an estimated $1,000,000 to land-hungry developers. With his own four children now grown up, ponies are ridden only occasionally by children from neighborhood.

Picture, 1969, English

Metro Chairman Ab Campbell chases one of the ponies he keeps on his 19-acre Scarborough farm, in this photo taken last year. The land could be worth an estimated $1,000,000 to land-hungry developers. With his own four children now grown up, ponies are ridden only occasionally by children from neighborhood.

Picture, 1969, English

Notes

Photograph published in the Toronto Star, 30 January 1971, page 5, to illustrate article on page 1 by Michael Best, "Campbell runs Metro and a farm as well." 3620 Kingston Road, east side between Markham Road and Eglington Avenue East, Scarborough. (43.7411963, -79.21494074)

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Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Campbell; Albert M - Misc

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0035924f