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Swift Current
Swift Current
John Deere mural

photo by user:Egaowakaii, Wikimedia 
 
512
Taber, Alberta
Taber, Alberta
PC012453: "C.P.R. Depot, Taber, Alta."  
 
513
Talla LinFoots, Scotland
Talla LinFoots, Scotland
'Talla From Tweedsmuir Post Office'
artist Hugh Thompson
from 'Highways and Byways in the Border'
by Andrew Lang and John Lang, pub. 1913 
 
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Tavistock, Ontario
Tavistock, Ontario
Tavistock Arena, Exhibition Day
arena built in 1923 
 
515
Tavistock, Ontario
Tavistock, Ontario

postcard courtesy Dr. Anne Brydon 
 
516
The Harbour of Dunbeath, Caithness
The Harbour of Dunbeath, Caithness
 
 
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Thirlestane, Scotland
Thirlestane, Scotland
"Old Thirlestane Castle"
This is the remains of a 16th century tower house to the west of Boondreigh Water. It was built shortly before 1572, when it was attacked and burnt by Alexander Home of Crosbie. Cottages at Thirlestane Farm are in the background on the far left.

photo by Walter Baxter
 
 
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Threshing scene, Moose Jaw
Threshing scene, Moose Jaw
 
 
519
Tillsonburg, Ontario
Tillsonburg, Ontario
Tobacco curing huts (kilns) near Tillsonburg

Creator: Department of Travel and Publicity, Publicity Branch
Reference Code: RG 65-35
Item Reference Code: RG 65-35-3, 11764-X3104
 
 
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Tillsonburg, Ontario
Tillsonburg, Ontario

"Farmer preparing tobacco seedlings for planting, near Tillsonburg"

photo by Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, July 1969  
 
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Tisdale, Manitoba
Tisdale, Manitoba
Main Street, Tisdale, Man.. [Tisdale: after 1900]. 
 
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Tompkins, Saskatchewan
Tompkins, Saskatchewan
Description: Unidentified men standing in front of a two-story building.
On Front: Tompkins Supply Co.
Postmark: Tompkins, Sask., 1909-10-21 
 
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Toronto Gore Township, Ontario
Toronto Gore Township, Ontario
"Ebenezer Settlement [Toronto Gore Township, Peel County]"
Place: Peel (Ont. : County)
Creator: Ministry of Education
Reference Code: RG 2-71 Digital Image Number: I0012510.JPG
Item Reference Code: J-12 
 
524
Toronto waterfront, 1886
Toronto waterfront, 1886
 
 
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Toronto, 1856
Toronto, 1856
 
 
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Toronto, 85 Collier St.
Toronto, 85 Collier St.
"85-89 Collier Street — Davenport Road Widening"
City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 200, Series 372, Subseries 3, Item 981 
 
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Toronto, Davisville Avenue
Toronto, Davisville Avenue
William James family fonds
City of Toronto - Fonds 1244, Item 625 
 
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Toronto, Dewson Street
Toronto, Dewson Street
"Havelock Street looking north to Dewson Street"
City of Toronto Archives Fonds 200, Series 376, File 5, Item 65 
 
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Toronto, Hogg's Hollow
Toronto, Hogg's Hollow
Named after James Hogg. He married in 1825 then moved to York and bought a farm and a grist mill and operated a whisky distillery. He was considered the most successful of all the millers in the valley.

In 1856 his sons John and William, subdivided their late father's estate under the name "Hogg's Hollow". The Hogg's Hollow subdivision included one hundred and forty-one lots however only a handful of houses were actually built at this time.

Four of the original Hogg's Hollow houses are still standing. These include two former mill workers cottages, that were relocated in 1986 to 4150 Yonge Street, where they now serve as the entrance to the Auberge du Pommier Restaurant. The other two original houses are located at number one and number five Old Yonge Street. Both of these houses have undergone extensive renovations. The Jolly Miller tavern, circa 1857, situated at 3885 Yonge Street, and the George S. Pratt House, circa 1886, located at 17 Mill Street, are the other historic landmarks in this neighbourhood.
 
 
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Toronto, Jarvis Street
Toronto, Jarvis Street
City of Toronto Archives
Fonds 200, Series 372, Subseries 52, Item 645 
 
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Toronto, Ontario
Toronto, Ontario
"Toronto, from the bay" 
 
532
Toronto, St. James Cemetery
Toronto, St. James Cemetery
"Sundial at entrance to St. James' Cemetery"
Fonds 1244, Item 1216
The sundial was a present from the marble dealers.
 
 
533
Toronto: St. John's, York Mills
Toronto: St. John's, York Mills
by M.O. Hammond  
 
534
Traquair, Scotland
Traquair, Scotland
"Breezy day, Traquair.
Traquair is a small village, just a few scattered houses deep in sheep country. Taken from the track used by the Southern Upland Way."

photo by Richard Webb 
 
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Trenton, Ontario
Trenton, Ontario
"Exterior of the Trent Theatre, Trenton"
Place: Toronto (Ont.)
Creator: Ontario Treasury Department, Motion Picture Censorship Theatre Inspection Branch
Reference Code: RG 56-11 Digital Image Number: I0012611.JPG
Item Reference Code: RG 56-11-0-331-1 
 
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Tushielaw Inn
Tushielaw Inn
On the shore of St. Mary's Loch 
 
537
Tweedbank, Roxburgh
Tweedbank, Roxburgh

"The Southern Upland Way heading towards Tweedbank station" 
 
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Tweedsmuir, Scotland
Tweedsmuir, Scotland
'Bridge Over Tweed at Tweedsmuir'
artist Hugh Thompson.
from 'Highways and byways in the Border' by Andrew Lang and John Lang,
pub. 1913 
 
539
Vancouver
Vancouver
Panoramic view showing the Sylvia Court, and the shops and businesses on Beach Avenue including William De Moulin Limited and Royal Dairy Ice Cream, and the Simpson Block Apartments, the old and new bathhouses, the diving platform and English Bay Mansion Apartments.

ATTRIBUTION NOTE: Photograph attributed to John William Freeston
 
 
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Vegreville, Alberta
Vegreville, Alberta
"Good old timers in Vegreville"
"Written in ms.: Vegreville Alta, Alf. E. Cross Photog. (1911), Cushing Bros (1911), McKenzie & Fraser Gen Store." 
 

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