2 edition of The historical tableaux displayed in the procession in honor of Toronto"s semi centennial found in the catalog.
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Excerpt from Toronto, Past and Present, Historical and Descriptive: A Memorial Volume for the Semi-Centennial of The spot on Lake Ontario which thus by some happy fortune received the name, had been long a well-frequented landing-place for trading and hunting parties when on their way to the former populous Toronto : Henry Scadding.
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