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|Toronto: Universities & Colleges|
|University College-3 Post confederation University College, the
central institution in the University of Toronto, in semi-rural surroundings just north of Toronto,
|Trinity University College Trinity University College, Toronto,
Ontario, at its original building on Queen Street West, which opened in 1852, finally joining the
University of Toronto in 1904.
|Knox College Knox College, a Presbyterian college later
connected with the University of Toronto, in its original building as built in 1875, along Spadina
Avenue, Toronto, Ontario.
|Victoria College Victoria College, Toronto, Ontario. A Methodist
institution, it joined with the University of Toronto and opened this new building in 1891,
moving from Cobourg, Ontario.
|Wycliffe College Wycliffe College, an Anglican church college
which joined with the University of Toronto.
|University of Toronto Looking southward across the University
of Toronto, Ontario, campus, c. 1907, showing the University Library and the New Medical
|Sketches by Mrs. Simcoe Sketches by Elizabeth P. Simcoe, wife
of Upper Canada's first Lieutenant Governor, of Sorel, Quebec, Fort Niagara from Navy Hall,
Upper Canada, Montmorency Falls, Quebec, and York harbour, Upper Canada, 1792-
|Telephone Pole Erection Erecting a telephone pole at King and
Dufferin, Toronto, 1895.
|Toronto Dump A garbage dump on the Toronto waterfront,
|Eaton Farm Harrowing on Eaton Farm, Toronto, Ontario,
|Hanlan's Point Aerial view of Hanlan's Point amusement park on
Toronto Island, Ontario, 1919, complete with roller-coaster and baseball stadium.
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