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  • Date is exactly "1960s"
'An honor: Bromley Armstrong and his wife, Marlene, admire plaque presented to him by the Jamaican-Canadian Association at testimonial dinner Saturday. Armstrong was honored for his service to minority groups and his tireless fight against…
”Crowned 'Miss Jamaica-Canadian'; Pat Fletcher (centre) won the beauty queen crown last night at Independence Ball of the Jamaican-Canadian Association.”
Popular music store in Kensington Market.
A popular bar and local venue for touring music artists.
Former City Hall for the City of Toronto, converted into municipal courthouse after the new City Hall opened in 1965.
Famous for Fine West Indian Foods.
Sam the Record Man was a Canadian record store chain that was Canada's largest music recording retailer.
”One of the first and the most influential newspapers in the Black Toronto community. Many prominient Caribbean-Canadian writers got their start here. ”
”one of the largest public high schools in Toronto provided education for first and second generation new Canadians in the Annex community.”
"The occasional signs of the new black population along Bathurst St. stand out. This store is on Bloor St. near Bathurst: there are also beauty parlors and book stores that obviously cater to blacks; but the community does not open to the street as…
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