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    Sideshow attractions at the CNE

    Toronto, ON
    August 1, 1904

    By Alexander Galbraith / The Galbraith Collection

    Visitors stroll through the midway at the Canadian National Exhibition in 1904. Young and old can enjoy many attractions, including sideshows such as "Cora Beckwith, Champion Lady Swimmer of the World" which charges an additional 10 cents for admission.

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    Exploring army of young Canada storms exhibition

    Toronto, ON
    August 31, 1931

    By John Boyd

    Young and old crowd the midway at the Canadian National Exhibition on Children's Day in 1931.

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    4 million CNE visitors if not for TTC strike

    Toronto, ON
    September 2, 1974

    By Dennis Robinson

    Aerial view of the Canadian National Exhibition Midway looking west towards the Grandstand. There is considerable room for manoeuvring on the midway today due to the effects of the transit strike. Usually, the area is jammed with people on the final day of the fair.

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    Prize horses at CNE c. 1905

    Toronto, ON
    March 19, 1905

    By Alexander Galbraith / The Galbraith Collection

    Grand review of prize horses in front of the Grandstand during the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto, c.1905

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