Deja Views: June 14, 2011

The time difference between these photographs is two years to the day. The renovation of this home is quite spectacular, even for Munro Park Avenue. You can also notice a difference in the amount of foliage, thanks to the extremely wet spring we just had. Do you have an old photo you’d like to share? […]

Deja Views: May 31, 2011

What a gift I received from Sonya Munro in this archival photograph. It was taken in 1902, just up the hill from Queen on Balsam. Isn’t it incredible how much a grouping of trees can grow in 100 years? Last issue’s Deja Views, taken on Hammersmith, in the 1920s shows a small boy standing on […]

Deja Views: May 17, 2011

A shout out to Natalee Gill who kindly submitted  this candid family photograph. Judging by the car, it was likely taken during the roaring 20s on Hammersmith close to Glen Manor Drive West. Do you have an old photo you’d like to share? Please call me at 416-691-4774

Deja Views: May 3, 2011

The reason this archival photograph of Silver Birch Avenue was taken in 1916 was to document the manhole cover in the centre frame. Today, the maintenance cover has been moved and the house shown close to the lake has been replaced with the Silver Birch Boat House. Do you have an old photo you’d like […]

Deja Views: April 19, 2011

Not long ago, Beachers could pull up in front of this Becker’s (located at the corner of Queen and Leuty), leisurely walk in to purchase a jug of 2% milk and never have the slightest worry about getting pinched by parking enforcement officers – thanks to a parking space at the rear. This photograph was […]

Deja Views – April 5, 2011

This archival photograph was taken at the northwest corner of Danforth and Coxwell Avenues in the late 1930s. The photo was contributed by the Duncan Meyer family. Do you have an old photo you’d like to share? Please call me at 416-691-4774.

January 11, 2010

This archival photograph depicts the unveiling ceremonies for the First World War memorial at Malvern Collegiate in May, 1922. The entire school body and the Lieutenant Governor Henry Cockshutt (seen next to the statue in grey coat) were in attendance to honour the 25 former Malvern students who paid the ultimate price for their country. […]