SUBURBAN STYLE, 1961-70’S – WHEN SUBURBS WERE MARKETED AS COUNTRY TOWNS & VILLAGES

Names taken from TORONTO newspapers in the 1970’s for suburban developments – Camelot Village, Cobble Hill Estates, Tall Trees, Forest Hills, Woodstream Meadows, Country Club Estates, Cedar Mills, Willows of Victoria, Rosemary Gardens, Meadows of Manvers, Glades of Fleet, and Parkwood Gardens.

Missing in action – rabbits, foxes, beavers, rivers, ravines and hills.  <PHOTO – City of Toronto Archives>

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One thought on “SUBURBAN STYLE, 1961-70’S – WHEN SUBURBS WERE MARKETED AS COUNTRY TOWNS & VILLAGES

  1. Country towns and villages? Ha!

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