Memorial service at the University of Toronto, Monday, June 20th, 1910 at 3.30 o"clock p.m.
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Memorial service at the University of Toronto, Monday, June 20th, 1910 at 3.30 o"clock p.m. Unveiling by the Honourable J. M. Gibson, LL.D, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario and president of the University of Toronto Alumni Association of the Memorial Window to the members of the university company who fell at Ridgeway, June, 1866. by UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

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