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1975 trip [15 of 22]

  • AM1523-S5-1-F081-: 2008-010.3460
  • Item
  • May 23, 1975
  • Part of Paul Yee fonds

Item is a photograph showing a man in front of a fountain in Nathan Phillips Square. The Toronto City Hall buildings are in the background.

Aunt Amy

Item is a photograph showing a full-length portrait of Amelia Power Partridge, sister-in-law to George Frederick Timms. Photograph taken in Toronto prior to the Timms family settling in Vancouver.

[Charles Albert Massey]

Item is a photograph. Notes written on the back include: "C. A. Massey. Recently elected President of Lever Brothers Canada to succeed Mr. G.A.S. Nairn, who has taken up other important responsibilities with the Lever concern in England. Mr. Massey has been associated with lever Brothers Canada for nearly twenty years and has just returned to Canada from Australia." A newspaper clipping is adhered to the verso.

Cycle! : show #5

Item is a recording of a CBC television show about bicycles and related topics hosted by Alan Shiveral and Charmaine Crooks, featuring reporters Joan Jones and Winston Brown. Topics of this episode include Toronto bike to work week; a bicycle choir; a consumer report on bike racks; stationary bikes; bike trail of the week: Lochside Trail on Vancouver Island; using hand signals on the road; motorists on how cyclists are considered vehicles but insurance is not required; how to descend rough terrain; how to pack your bicycle for the plane; and a Toronto bike auction.

Everest - Climb for Hope; original betacam tape 1

Item is raw footage of a man with a backpack climbing the stairs of the CN Tower in Toronto ON, bars with just the sound of a man on the stairs, an interview with Jim who wanted to be part of the Climb for Hope Everest Team, he talks about training and the draw of mountaineering, and the Climb for Hope Team in general. Includes footage of Ernie Sniedzins practicing martial arts in a class.

Final Year Law School [Osgoode Hall] 1891

Head and shoulders portraits showing R.E. Kingsford, A.H. Marsh, W.A. Reeve, E.D. Armour, P.H. Drayton, W. Johnson, A.S. Burnham, G.S. Macdonald, J.B. Patillo, A.G. McLean, W.A. Lamport, Hough, L. Hunter, H. Lloyd, D. Leask, H. Hodges, McCarthy, Martin, T.D. Hector, J. Lennon, H. Jamieson, J.F. Tannahill, I.W. Anderson, E. Mortimer, A.B. Armstrong, R.T. Harding, N. Simpson, C.B. Rae, G.F. Downs, W.C. Burritt, J.E. Cook, D.A. O'Brien, F.S. Dennison, H.D. Hulme, W.A. Baird, S.A.D. Greene, J.J. Warren, R.C. Gillet, J. Hales, D. Grant, C.F. Maxwell, R.H. Cameron, R.M. Noble, N. Kent, W.M. McKay, J. McBride, L.V. McBrady, G.P. Deacon, R.A. Hunt, F.R. Blewitt, J. Winnett, W. Stewart, W.F. Campbell, S. Evans, N.P. Buckingham, L.A. Smith and J.A. Mather


Item is a photograph showing a full-length portrait of Harriet Hodiah Timms (nee Harris). Photograph taken in Toronto prior to the Timms family settling in Vancouver.

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