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1960 - TORONTO Actualitées

That giant umbrella down there is really the Don Mills Curling Rink which officially opened last night. Star aerial photo shows the rink, near Don Mills Rd. and Lawrence Ave., which has been called a ''spider,'' ''peeled orange'' and ''parachute'' among other things.<br />
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9/30/1960<br />
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Roworth, Eddy (photographer) - Toronto Star archives - AQP
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That giant umbrella down there is really the Don Mills Curling Rink which officially opened last night. Star aerial photo shows the rink, near Don Mills Rd. and Lawrence Ave., which has been called a ''spider,'' ''peeled orange'' and ''parachute'' among other things.

9/30/1960

Roworth, Eddy (photographer) - Toronto Star archives - AQP

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From gallery: 1960 - TORONTO Actualitées
Source: Toronto Star Archives
Date: 7 Jul 1960
Location: Toronto Canada
Credit: Toronto Star
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