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Catalog Number 2001.1.2
Object Name Postcard
Title Downtown Parade, 1916
Date 08/28/1916
Year Range from 1916
Year Range to 1916
Description Sepia toned postcard of the Armouries during a parade. In the foreground is a horse drawn float. A crowd of people line the street on the left side of the image. To the right in the background, is City Hall covered in bunting. Directly behind the float is the armoury building. The back of the postcard is divided and a note in brown ink is written to Ethel from Winnie.
"Dear Ethel,I arrived safely in Guelph at 6,35 Sat. No need to tell you I am having a swell time. i wish I could see you. There is something I want to tell you. I have not time to write you a letter now as we are busy. we are going to the lake on Wed. till Fri. so I will write you a long letter then. Are you having a good time. I hope so. Love Winnie" "Miss E. Milner 221 Jarvis St. Toronto Ontario"
Date Made Notes: postmarked
Search Terms Armoury
City Hall
Wyndham Street
Subjects ARCHITECTURE - ARMOURY
ARCHITECTURE - MILITARY
SPECIAL EVENTS - PARADES
Dimensions 3.50/5.47 - Length/Width