The Death of Sculler Johnny Durnan ( 2 pages)
Provenance: From the archives of Ted English
Digitized by: Ted English
Document: The Telegram, from an original copy
Date: 10 Dec 1966
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Bill Durnan, 87, Fixture on the Islands
Born, Lived, and Worked There
Last of 4 Islands Generation
Ashante Infantry, Obituary Writer
In retrospect, one’s childhood often seems idyllic. Bill Durnan recalled his as utopian.
He was born on Hanlan’s Point into an Irish family that was among the earliest settlers of the Toronto Islands.
When he was growing up — prior to World War II and the development of the island airport — people flocked to the 10,000-seat Hanlan’s Point Stadium, where baseball Keep reading →
John Durnan’s Water Taxi – “The Louise”
Toronto Island Hockey Team 1939 Winners of the Lionel Conacher trophy Created by: F.S. Rickard Date: 1939 Provenance: From the collection of Ted English Notes: