Present Past is a dynamic approach to a rephotographic survey.
The City of Toronto has gone through many changes over the years. Certain buildings have stood the test of time and are dwarfed by the towers that surround them. Others have disappeared altogether. This series includes both to show the ever-changing face of the City of Toronto.
Vintage images from the Toronto Archives are merged with modern day images.
Northeast corner of King St W & York St 1972 vs 2018
The Globe and Mail Building was located on the northeast corner of King St West & York St from 1937 to 1974. The 70’s brought about change along King St West. In 1974, along with the Toronto Star Building, the buildings to the east were demolished for the construction of First Canadian Place. The Globe and Mail then moved to 444 Front Street West.
City of Toronto Archives, Series 0841, File 0010, Item 0012
Umbrella Edition - Signed and numbered series of 25.
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