St James Anglican Memorial Cross

The Memorial Cross on the grounds of the Cathedral Church of St. James (Anglican) remains one of the most publicly visible church memorials to Toronto’s dead of the Great War, even if those passing by fail to readily identify it as such. Photo: (Likely the memorial’s dedication service), 1924. Toronto Public Library, Baldwin Collection, X 65-28

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