Atlas Editions available: 1884, 1890, 1893, 1899, 1903, 1910, 1913, 1924.
Bonus Updates: 1880 Insurance Plan of the City of Toronto, 1889 Insurance Plan, The Great Toronto Fires of 1904 — and 1895
More Maps: Check out Historical Maps of Toronto — includes the 1858 WS Boulton Atlas and the 1842 Cane Topological Map of the City and Liberties of Toronto
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About this Project: Background
Yes, I know that 1903 is technically not in the Victorian Age. I felt like setting it up anyway, as the 1903 revision is not available via the TPL. The 1903 revision is the 1890 edition with several years of revision stickers applied to it. Many maps are quite notable for their layered, pasted-up appearance. Enjoy!
Images for the 1903 Atlas courtesy of Library and Archives Canada.
Click anywhere on the index maps to view the corresponding detail plate
Toronto -- Central District
“Old City between Dufferin Street and Don, and North to C.P.R. Track”
Toronto -- Western District
“Parkdale (St. Alban’s), Brockton (St. Mark’s), West Toronto, Swansea, Etc.”
Toronto -- Northern District
“N. of C.P.R. Track, Deer Park, Davisville, Eglington (sic), Bracondale, Etc.”
Toronto -- Eastern District
“Riverside (St. Matthew’s), Chester, East Toronto, Norway, Etc.”
Atlas Title Page, Description, and Street Index
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|Goad Atlas of Toronto 1903 revision|
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|Introductory Comments -- Note update sticker|
|Key to Colours and Revisions|
|Table of Contents and Street Index|
|Street Index Cont'd|
|Street Index (III)|
|Revision slips page|
To find out more about these maps, read: Goad’s Atlas of Toronto: Online!
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