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How Toronto grows

The July 22 1926 edition of the Toronto Daily Star had photographs of the corner of Montgomery Avenue and Yonge Street, just north of Eglinton, in 1907 and 1926:

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Streeter provides details on what has happened since. The post office shown in the lower photo was demolished in 1936 and replaced by an Art Deco-inspired two-story post office. This building is now being remodelled into a condominium; Google Street View shows what it looks like now.

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