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  • Driving First Spike for Toronto and Eastern Railway
    Driving First Spike for Toronto and Eastern Railway
    imageobject  "Driving First Spike for Toronto and Eastern Railway," Toronto Daily Star (1892-1971), 31 October 1923     Printed underneath the image 'Driving the First Spike/Mayor Bassett, of Whitby, on the LEFT, ready to strike the first blow, driving home the first spike on the Toronto Eastern Railway yesterday. E.W. Oliver, manager of C.N.R. electric lines, holding the nickel plated spike.'
    imageobject  "Driving First Spike for Toronto and Eastern Railway," Toronto Daily Star (1892-1971), 31 October 1923   Printed underneath the image 'Driving the First Spike/Mayor Bassett, of Whitby, on the LEFT, ready to strike the first blow, driving home the first spike on the Toronto Eastern Railway ...
    Whitby Public Library
  • Diamond Anniversary at Sheridan United Church, 1929
    Diamond Anniversary at Sheridan United Church, 1929
    textimage  "Diamond Anniversary at Sheridan United Church, 1929," Toronto Daily Star (1892-1971), 4 Nov 1929     A newspaper article about the 60th or diamond anniversary of Sheridan United Church in 1929.
    textimage  "Diamond Anniversary at Sheridan United Church, 1929," Toronto Daily Star (1892-1971), 4 Nov 1929   A newspaper article about the 60th or diamond anniversary of Sheridan United Church in 1929.
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • $200,000 Structure to rise at Bathurst and Wellington Sts.
    $200,000 Structure to rise at Bathurst and Wellington Sts.
    textimage  "$200,000 Structure to rise at Bathurst and Wellington Sts.," Toronto Daily Star (1892-1971), September 18, 1939     ARMSTRONG, Norman Alexander (1882-1957) was a prolific designer of residential and commercial buildings in the Toronto area. Born in Queenston, Ont. on 2 September 1882 he attended public and high schools in Niagara Falls and gained his knowledge of architecture with the Toronto architect J.W. Siddall. Upon his return from ...
    textimage  "$200,000 Structure to rise at Bathurst and Wellington Sts.," Toronto Daily Star (1892-1971), September 18, 1939   ARMSTRONG, Norman Alexander (1882-1957) was a prolific designer of residential and commercial buildings in the Toronto area. Born in Queenston, Ont. on 2 September 1882 he attended public and high ...
    Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library
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