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Toronto Lithographing Company
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The donor acquired these photographic records from the neice of William Stone who was the president of Toronto Lithographing Co., Stone Ltd., and Rolph-Clark-Stone Ltd.
Scope and content
Fonds consists of photographs taken by the firm of A. A. Gray & Company which document the lithography, engraving, and photography departments of the Toronto Lithographing Co., 459-467 King Street West, Toronto. The photographs provide interior views which show the equipment and the employees including artists, engravers, typesetters, press and camera operators, and men and women at the cutting and folding machines. There are also photographs documenting employees in offices and in the bicycle storage area.
Immediate source of acquisition
Fonds was acquired from an acquaintance of the neice of William Stone, who was the president of the Toronto Lithographing Co., Stone Ltd., and Rolph-Clark-Stone Ltd.
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Photocopies of these images are available for viewing in the Archives Research Hall. Digital copies of these photographs are also available.
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A detailed inventory is available for this fonds in the Archives data-base.
No further accruals are anticipated.
The photographs are albumen prints, mounted on board.
One photograph has been removed from it's board, and lined with paper.