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1886 Plan of the Toronto Islands

1890 vs 1920 Map of Toronto Harbour Landfill


1889 QCYC Letters Patent

1891 QCYC Bylaws, Sailing regulations, and Uniforms owned by Thomas World first Commodore


1884 Sketch of Toronto Harbour

Newspaper Articles

1885 07 29 QCYC Daily Mail and Empire Foy wins World Cup in Excelsior

1889 07 29 Drowning death of Thomas Taylor and Lilly World

1889 07 30 Search for the body of Lilly World

1889 07 31 Lilly World found

1891 07 18 QCYC racing results in the New York Times

1892 06 20 Toronto Daily Mail QCYC Race Caprice places 3rd

1894 02 05 QCYC Daily Mail and Empire QCYC Stock company wound up

1895 09 09 Daily Mail and Empire Sweepstakes Race at QCYC won by Commodore Tyson

1896 - 99 Race Results QCYC

1899 03 21 16 foot skiffs at QCYC designed by Duggan

1899 04 04 QCYC plans new club house

1899 04 05 QCYC new officers and no plan for new club house

1899 06 05 R Slee Caprice places 2nd QCYC

1899 06 22 Caprice does not place NYC

1899 06 28 QCYC prepares for Walker Cup race in Hamilton

1899 09 11 Caprice wins LSSA final Regatta Shaw Cup

1899 09 11 Caprice wins race at National

1899 QCYC Race Results and mention of top sailors including Richard Slee


Some of the ways early members of QCYC got to Club at the foot of York St. (now located under the Gardiner)

1884 First Electric Railway Car

1884 Looking East from John Street

1885 Toronto Harbour Old Union Station

1888 Horse Street Car Toronto

1890 Aquatic Clubs between York and Simcoe Streets showing where QCYC rented it original boat houses

1891 Canoeing Toronto Island

1896 Daniel Lamb Dredge the type of dredge that undermined the pilings supporting our original clubhouse

1899 RCYC looking East


1899 Annals of the Royal Canadian Yacht Club Volume I 1852


The History of the QCYC's Club Houses

The Slee Family History at QCYC

The Slee Family Boats


None that could be identified to date

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