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Photos by Charles Dobie

Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971 or 1972

This series of 20 photos records a short wander through Kensignton Market and includes the customers and interiors of a cheese store and bakery. As far as I can determine, they are posted in the order they were taken. If you can identify people or store names


Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 1.


Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 2. Minnie's Snack Bar and Portuguese Food Store are across the street.


Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 3. Peter Zorzi is the young man in the checked jacket on the far right.


Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 4.


Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 5. Kaplan's Cheese House.


Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 6. Kaplan's Cheese House.


Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 7. Kaplan's Cheese House.


Europa Butcher, Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 8. In front of Europa Butcher.


Europa Butcher, Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 9. In front of Europa Butcher.


Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 10. Either Perlmutter's or Lottman's Bakery.


Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 11. Either Perlmutter's or Lottman's Bakery.


Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 12. Either Perlmutter's or Lottman's Bakery.


N. Goldlist Poultry Market in Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 13. N. Goldlist Poultry Market.


N. Goldlist Poultry Market in Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 14. N. Goldlist Poultry Market. Eggs were 30/35/40 cents a dozen!


Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 15. Fish market.


Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 16.


Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 17.


Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 18.


Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 19.


Kensington Market, Toronto, 1971/72.

Photo 20. North-west corner of Nassau Street and Augusta Avenue.


Photographs Copyright © 1970- by Charles Dobie.


Can you provide names, details or corrections?


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