Photographer's Note

This is a view at the autumn in the park. Withrow Park is a 8.5-hectare (21-acre) park in the Riverdale neighbourhood of Toronto, Laid out and constructed in the 1910s, at the same time that the surrounding community was built, Withrow Park is among Toronto's large multi-purpose parks. Withrow Park is named after John Jacob Withrow (18331900), a local landowner and builder, who also served as a city alderman and was one of the founders of what would become the Canadian National Exhibition.

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