WHATEVER HAPPENED TO QUEEN VICTORIA?
|This photograph from the Toronto Public Library Archives shows the statue of a young Queen Victoria that once stood on the south lawn of Queen's Park, gazing down University Avenue.|
|Sir John A. Macdonald would eventually usurp the Queen's place on the front lawn of Queen's Park. This picture shows him peering down University Avenue about 1914.|
|The decapitated head of Queen Victoria's statue after it was blown apart by separatists in Quebec City.|
|Art historian and museum curator Vincent Giguere checks out Queen Victoria's body.|
|Here's another detail of the Queen's head.|