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Close Looking: The View from the Art Gallery of Toronto in 1921

Construction of the 1918 addition, facing northwest and north from the front steps of the Art Gallery. 1921

Construction of the 1918 addition, facing northwest and north from the front steps of the Art Gallery. 1921. Parts 2, 3 and 4 of a 4-part panorama. Edward P. Taylor Library & Archives, A-18978 (Arch.#4440), A-08813a (Arch.#4441) and A-18978 (Arch.#4442).  

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Close Looking: The View from the Art Gallery of Toronto in 1921

Monday, June 28, 11 am
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Join Marilyn Nazar, AGO Archivist, and Amy Furness, Rosamond Ivey Special Collections Archivist and Head, Library & Archives, as they examine a set of snapshots in the AGO Archives that form a panoramic view from the front door of the newly-opened gallery building in 1921. We will take a close look at the photographic evidence and consider what it can tell us about the early gallery, the historic moment at which it emerged, and its place in our neighbourhood.

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