MOTHER NATURE AND JACK FROST ARE WORKING OVERTIME TO GIVE TORONTO A FRIGID WINTER

I, for one, have always wanted a White Christmas (like in the movie), and we seldom ever get a good one. This was my year!

<Trinity College Gates, Queen Street West, 1916>

Herewith some winter and holiday photos from the Archives of TORONTO and the Archives of ONTARIO.

<Wartime snow storm on Bay Street, 1944>

<The Eaton’s (department store) Christmas Catalogue, 1959>

<Looking in the Eaton’s window, 1958>

<Hudson’s Bay window, ca2000>

<TORONTO Bay, 1920, ice boats & coal smoke abound>

<Waiting for the King West streetcar, John St. at King, 1961>

<What’s more wintry than a moose in a Hudson’s Bay blanket.>

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