By Mike Filey
A Toronto Album 2, spouse version to Mike Filey's immensely renowned unique album, is a photographic trip via bustling Toronto from the past due Thirties to the early Seventies. one of the 100-plus photos is a quartet that indicates the amazing alterations to Toronto's skyline over a half-century. Others seize the 1939 royal stopover at, steam trains of their twilight years, the evolution of the health center for unwell childrens, a glance at Christmas previous, and glimpses of some landmark constructions we were not clever adequate to maintain. A Toronto Album 2 is a souvenir Torontonians will treasure.
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Finally, in 1965, as the movie My Name is Ivan flickered out, so too did the Casino. 59 Mike Filey 69 Famous Players' Hollywood Theatre, Yonge Street north of St. Clair Avenue, 1959. When the Hollywood opened on the evening of October 27, 1930, it had the distinction of being the first theatre in Canada to be built specifically for the showing of the recently introduced "all talking" movies. Until then, all Toronto theatres had been con- structed as silent film houses. The Hollywood's brightly illuminated marquee was specially designed to make this part of Yonge Street look like a little patch of New York City's "Great White Way" The theatre was demolished in early 1999.
In the past, Toronto was often referred to as the "city of churches and chestnuts" a reference to the numerous houses of worship and lofty chestnut trees that could be found in abundance throughout the young city. Something that could have been added to that descriptive phrase might have been the words ((movie houses," since in years gone by Torontonians had dozens from which to choose. From majestic downtown picture palaces, such as the Loew's, Uptown, Shea's Hippodrome, and Tivoli, to small neighbourhood theatres like the Kum-C, Mavety, Beaver, and Circle, Toronto was a movie-goer's paradise.
53 Mike Filey 65 Curious Torontonians visit a model H-Bomb shelter set up in front of City Hall, August 1955. The advent of the Cold War resulted in many Canadians taking a closer look at what they might do to protect themselves and their families should a nuclear attack be imminent. Across the country, numerous civil defence organizations were set up, while here in Toronto, the Telegram, one of the city's three daily newspapers at the time, sponsored a full-size, fully equipped H-bomb shelter.
A Toronto Album 2: More Glimpses of the City That Was (No.2) by Mike Filey