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2 edition of Tales of old Toronto found in the catalog.

Tales of old Toronto

Suzanne Marny

Tales of old Toronto

by Suzanne Marny

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Published by W. Briggs in Toronto .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Suzanne Marny. Illustrated by Maria Nicholl.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR6025.A63 T2
The Physical Object
Pagination166 p.
Number of Pages166
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6568717M
LC Control Number14013909
OCLC/WorldCa6726676

  Originally published as a gallery post on Torontoist on Febru For the earliest known photographs of Toronto, we have a sales pitch to thank. Following the union of Upper and Lower Canada as the United Province of Canada in , Canada’s new parliament drifted from city to city. Kingston, Montreal, Quebec City, and.   KC Burn presents Toronto Tales: three novels of romance where men risk their livelihoods—and lives—for love.—Cop Out (Toronto Tales: Book One): Detective Kurt O’Donnell must face the prospect of coming out, but his job and his relationship with his Catholic family are on the he risk destroying his life for the uncertain possibility of a relationship with a .

Notes: "A Hundred fables of La Fontaine" offers a selection of some of Jean de La Fontaine's best known fables. These are all in verse. Notes: Contains 31 folktales gathered from the Eskimo living in North America. Notes: "Aesop's fables" is a compilation of a some of Aesop's numerous fables. Notes: "Andersen's fairy tales" contains 18 of H.C. Toronto Old and New by G. Mercer Adam (Toronto: The Mail Printing Company, ). One of the oldest businesses in Toronto Illustrated was the Methodist Book and Publishing House, which first cranked up its press in By , Follow Jamie Bradburn's Tales of Toronto on

  Old Toronto Houses is illustrated with brilliant color photographs that explore the signature styles of Toronto's urban architecture. It opens with Henry Scadding's rough-hewn log house built in , then progresses through the city's landmark styles: Georgian, Regency, Gothic, Victorian, Greek Revival, Dutch Colonial and Art Deco/5(5).   More Than True: The Wisdom of Fairy Tales is the ideal companion reader for this explosion of contemporary fairy tales. “During certain times the old Kings in .


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“Toronto’s Theatres and the Golden Age of the Silver Screen,” explores 50 of Toronto’s old theatres and contains over 80 archival photographs of the facades, marquees and interiors of the theatres. It relates anecdotes and stories by the author and others who experienced these grand old movie houses.

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