Roncesvalles Historical Photo Exhibit At the High Park Library

The Roncesvalles Village Historical Society, in conjunction with local businesses, residents associations, and the Roncesvalles Village BIA, is mounting an ambitious photo exhibit at the High Park Library from November 12 to December 15. Come see what Roncesvalles, Sunnyside and High Park looked like 100 years ago (like this photo of the Revue Cinema in 1935.)

arevueexterior1935.jpegSpecial thanks to Michael Craig (Sunnyside Community Association) for spearheading this project, and Andrew Chomentowski (Image Professional Photography, Vice-chair Roncesvalles Village BIA) for his invaluable assistance.

2 thoughts on “Roncesvalles Historical Photo Exhibit At the High Park Library

  1. lee thirlwall

    how do I get a copy of a photo included in the exhibition?

    I am sure that is my uncle Rick Roberts in the picture of the Sunnyside orchestra. He is the one with the saxaphone. He played Sunnyside often and all around Southern Ontario. lee.thirlwall@nullsympatico.ca

  2. john lysek

    Thanks to all for producing this exhibit at the library.

    I really appreciated the images of days gone by-never realised that there was a “Spa”

    in High Park.

    I would also like to know if it’s possible to obtain copies of some of the photographs

    on display.

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