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Unidentified Photographer
British evangelist Rev. Donald Soper appears to be testing the snowfall during address to 250 University of Toronto students, c. 1963, gelatin silver print, 20.9 × 18.2 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

John Maiola
An exhausted Terry Sawchuk, still wearing part of his goaltending equipment, relaxes after vindicating himself Saturday, 1967, gelatin silver print, 23.9 × 18.0 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Barrie Davis
John Diefenbaker tries to match expression in print offered by a photographer at autographing session at Simpsons, 1975, gelatin silver print with grease pencil and retouching, 23.4 × 17.2 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Fred Ross
Most of the young have left Chinatown. The old who remain watch changing scene, 1966

Unidentified Photographer
Dorothy Cameron, Toronto art dealer, 1965, gelatin silver print, 23.6 × 16.7 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Unidentified Photographer
Air view over Queen and York Streets with Osgoode Hall in foreground shows properties which would have to be demolished to complete Civic Square project which was approved by voters in 1947, 1952, gelatin silver print with retouching, 18.0 × 23.2 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Unidentified Photographer
Two students begin plotting the effect of mythical atom bomb on area, 1954, gelatin silver print with retouching, 20.6 × 15.4 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Unidentified Photographer
Music Day at the Canadian National Exhibition, c. 1965, gelatin silver print, 17.8 × 23.8 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Unidentified Photographer
Looking stouter after months of close confinement, Mrs. Evelyn Dick leaves Hamilton jail on her way to the court house, 1947, gelatin silver print with grease pencil and retouching, 24.2 × 17.4 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Unidentified Photographer
End of beer rationing, c. 1947, gelatin silver print with grease pencil and retouching, 23.8 × 17.8 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

 

Fred Ross
Former Ottawa Mayor, Charlotte Whitton, who refuses to recognize “O Canada” as the national anthem, stays seated while others stand to sing , 1967, gelatin silver print, 17.5 × 23.9 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Unidentified Photographer
Brigadier H. E. Brown showing the warning system, c. 1961, gelatin silver print, 17.4 × 23.1 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Unidentified Photographer
Dick Tiger peers under Joey Giardello's dark glasses to assess damage he did in winning world middleweight title, 1965, gelatin silver print with grease pencil and retouching, 16.7 × 17.9 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Erik Hansen
Members of the Chelecos and Lancers Motorcycle Clubs. Fifty held after party rebuked for giggling, 1964

John McNeill
Believed to be one of its kind in Toronto, diner lives on borrowed time, c. 1963, gelatin silver print with grease pencil, 17.4 × 23.6 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Unidentified Photographer
An hour after he fell 50 feet from a sixth-floor scaffold, Maurice Jesseau was back at work. Broken line indicates the path of his fall, 1951, gelatin silver print with grease pencil and retouching, 23.9 × 18.7 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Unidentified Photographer
Kingfish Levinsky takes a mouthful of water from the fair hands of sister Lena as he rests between rounds in his training camp at Round Lake, Illinois, 1967, gelatin silver print with grease pencil and retouching, 23.1 × 17.7 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Nick Nickels
One of two 10-horsepower sirens in Peterborough’s air raid warning system, c. 1960, gelatin silver print with grease pencil and retouching, 22.1 × 17.4 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Unidentified Photographer
One of the most important investments for fall… Fredrica's casually elegant Natural Autumn Haze Mink in a waist length jacket that has infinite uses, 1958, gelatin silver print with grease pencil and retouching, 23.4 × 18.4 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

John McNeill
Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau springs off diving board, en route to quarry splashdown, 1968, gelatin silver print with grease pencil, 17.2 × 23.5 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

 

Capital Press Service
John F. Kennedy's visit to Canada, 1961, gelatin silver print, 23.4 × 17.2 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Dennis Robinson
Richard Bolduc, Department of Transport investigator, at Toronto air crash inquiry, 1970, gelatin silver print with grease pencil, 17.5 × 23.8 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Unidentified Photographer
Backstage at the Royal Alexandra, star Tom Ewell of Thursday is a Good Night surveys himself critically in the dressing room mirror, 1964, gelatin silver print with grease pencil and retouching, 23.2 × 31.5 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Unidentified Photographer
Triumphant grins wreath the faces of Jackie Parker and Normie Kwong, starring Eskimo backfielders, as they display the coveted Grey Cup in their dressing room, 1954, gelatin silver print with grease pencil and retouching, 24.7 × 19.0 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

John Maiola
Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau donned cleats for a kickoff that travelled less than 10 yards, 1968, gelatin silver print, 23.5 × 17.9 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Unidentified Photographer
Engineers check inlet control structure of Red River Floodway in Manitoba, which rises 110 feet from bedrock and houses two gates weighing 320 tons each, 1968, gelatin silver print with grease pencil and retouching, 18.0 × 23.7 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Unidentified Photographer
Blythwood Road, Toronto, showing where body was found in relation to nearby school, c. 1934, gelatin silver print with grease pencil and retouching, 16.7 × 21.7 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Unidentified Photographer
Artist's drawing is based on general description of gunmen, described as all wearing chauffeur-type caps, Halloween masks, navy pea jackets and rubbers, 1950, gelatin silver print with grease pencil and retouching, 22.3 × 15.7 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Unidentified Photographer
Lou Turofsky, who has taken pictures of hundreds of accidents, surveys the wreckage of his own car involved in a five-car pileup on Bathurst Street in Toronto, 1951, gelatin silver print with retouching, 22.0 × 17.0 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Dennis Robinson
Heat from fire distorted the shape of telephone on the floor above the subway platform and about 30 feet from the blazing cars at Christie Station, 1976, gelatin silver print with retouching, 23.3 × 16.4 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

John Wood
Peter Vander Dussen shows how cabbages can fall through a cardboard box. A group of Ontario farmers were at Legislature protesting a regulation requiring unused containers for some vegetables, 1973, gelatin silver print with grease pencil and retouching, 17.9 × 23.5 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Unidentified Photographer
To have a black cat cross your path at any time is unfortunate, but on Friday the 13th – oh, my! – which is just what Jean Craig said, 1953, gelatin silver print with retouching, 22.7 × 15.2 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

Unidentified Photographer
Filling The Globe and Mail ink well, 1940, gelatin silver print with retouching, 17.5 × 23.5 cm. Gift of The Globe and Mail Newspaper to the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada

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