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Snowshoing in 1881

Curling in 1875
Snowshoeing at Night in 1890

Making Maple Suaar in the Old-Fashioned Way

Mrs. Clementina Fessenden - Empire Day
Mrs. Adelaide Hoodless - Women's Institutes

Sparks & Elgin Streets, Ottawa, 1865
King & Yonge Streets, Toronto about 1890
Wyndham Street, Guelph, Canada West, 1863

Dominion Building with present Post Office. Built 1937
Former Post Office, on opposite corner, built 1858 - 60

Great Western Railway Station, London, Hamilton, Grand Trunk Station, Stratford

The Royal Canadian Yacht Club of Toronto (originally the Toronto Yacht Club) has had no less than nine "homes" in a period extending from 1852 to 1950.

The building was originally occupied by the Anglo-American Hotel. It contained 170 rooms, much too large for the Hamilton of that day, and consequently proved an unprofitable venture. It became a young ladies' boarding and day school...

Front Street, Dawson, 1897

Drawn from an old photograph of "Soapy" Smith and some of his gang in one of his hangouts. Left to right: "Nate" Pollock, John Bower, john Clancy, "Soapy Smith", "Sheeney Kid", "Red".

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