TORONTONIANS WERE THEATRE-GOERS IN 1912 – THREE THEATRE PAINTINGS BY FREDERICK VICTOR POOLE

<FREDERICK VICTOR POOLE seems to have painted every significant building in TORONTO. These three begin with DEERING’S THEATRE, Front Street East at Scott Street, 1912><THEATRE ST. PATRICK’S STREET, north of Pullan Place, 1912 ><THEATRE ROYAL, King Street West, east of York Street, 1912.  All of these paintings are from The Baldwin Collection of Art, Toronto Public Library.>

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