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File:Proclamation - Day of mourning in Toronto for Queen Victoria February 2, 1901.jpg

English: Poster proclaiming February 2, 1901, as a Day of Mourning in Toronto, Ontario, Canada as a Day of Mourning for Queen Victoria. Proclaimed by Howland, Oliver A., Mayor.
Date 31 January 1901
This image is available from the Toronto Public Library under the reference number 1901. Mourning; g1_1901 mourning
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Author Office of the Mayor, Toronto


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