Word of the Day: CLUMPERTON (n.) a loutish fool (via @HaggardHawks)
A new analysis brings together contradictory theories of dog evolution.
Laying down new streetcar tracks on Carlaw at Gerrard, Nov 1, 1923 (via @TorontoArchives and @ScenesFromACity)
Looking at Toronto’s architectural ghosts, from a Downton Abbey like mansion to a neo-classical land registry building.
LOOSE-BREECH is a 16th century word for a slovenly, loutish man. (via @HaggardHawks)
To walk along Queens Quay these days, one might imagine that it’s always been Toronto’s lakefront street. It’s certainly been built up enough over time to make it seem as though as it’s been around as long as Toronto itself. But, of course, in the grand scheme of things, our…
Consumers Gas Co. staff using the #addressograph machine to prepare bills for mailing, 1922. (via @TorontoArchives)