The Toronto Daily News claimed to be "the most readable and spicy newspaper published in Canada." (Taken from The Night Hawks of a Great City. Toronto: Edmund E. Sheppard, 1885. Introduction). The family newspaper was published daily and had a large national audience.
The original item is in the Baldwin Room at the Toronto Public Library. The photocopy of the item was in the custody of Mark McGauley before it was donated to the Trent University Archives.
Scope and content
This item is a photocopy of a booklet published by the Toronto Daily News in 1885. Its subject matter depicts Toronto's night life.
Immediate source of acquisition
This item was donated by Mark McGauley.
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Location of originals
The original is in the Baldwin Room in the Toronto Public Library.
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