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the woman and the car

Toronto. Even as a youth, I looked to my father as the car driver, owner, and mechanic. Mom never learned how to drive – it was considered unladylike.  It was a male oriented world. A woman who drove a car … Continue reading

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Before we had Photography

Toronto. PHSC member and friend George Dunbar came across these remarkable photo-like B&W pencil illustrations by Paul Cadden of Scotland. Before 1839, only paintings or sketches by very talented artists could record your appearance for posterity – and that took … Continue reading

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