Toronto. The Harbour
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- Coloured postcard of the Canada Steamship Lines passenger steamboat KINGSTON at the wharves in Toronto harbour. Two boys are fishing in the foreground. Behind the KINGSTON, one steamboat lies at a wharf, while a second approaches.
- Divided back postcard. Postmarked Toronto, ON 16 Sep 1905.
- "Toronto. The Harbour". "Warwick Bros. & Rutter, Ltd. No. 1022"
Reverse: "Raphael Tuck & Sons, Art Publishers to their Majesties the King & Queen"
"Oilette" "Toronto "No. 1022"
"The Harbour. The Harbour of Toronto lies in a large sheltered bay, protected by Hanlan's Island, about six miles in length. The main docks extend west and east of the foot of Yonge Street, and here the steamships plying between Montreal Hamilton, Niagara and Toronto are conveniently to be found."
"Printed in England"
- Warwick Bros. & Rutter
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Width: 13.8 cm
Height: 8.8 cm
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes