The way things were: The empty shell of Paul Kane's house on Wellesley St. E., left makes a sorry picture beside the home as it was 120 years ago. A decision is to be made soon whether it can be saved from destruction. An exhibition of Kane's paintings of American Indians opens at the Royal Ontario Museum Monday. Open in full size

The way things were: The empty shell of Paul Kane's house on Wellesley St. E., left makes a sorry picture beside the home as it was 120 years ago. A decision is to be made soon whether it can be saved from destruction. An exhibition of Kane's paintings of American Indians opens at the Royal Ontario Museum Monday.

Picture, 1977, English

The way things were: The empty shell of Paul Kane's house on Wellesley St. E., left makes a sorry picture beside the home as it was 120 years ago. A decision is to be made soon whether it can be saved from destruction. An exhibition of Kane's paintings of American Indians opens at the Royal Ontario Museum Monday.

Picture, 1977, English

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Toronto Star License

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From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Kane; Paul

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0058866f