Berkeley Street Loft 1969 Toronto  by Lionel Douglas

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The first place my parents lived together. Over a truck and billboard painting factory on Berkeley Street, in the cabbage town neighbourhood of down town Toronto. This was not their bed, Ian lived with them and slept on the other end of the space.

Lionel appears to have used Kodak TRI X Pan Film for most of his 35mm work. The negatives are scanned on a Nikon coolscanIV, at 2900 pixels an inch and have minimal touch ups on them for dust and scratches. So big prints should look very nice.

More work from Lionel can be found on the memorial archive site i’ve built here.


factory, loft, hippies, beats, counter culture, artists, studio, flop, apt, vintage, 1969, toronto, ontario, canada

An archive of the words & pictures of Lionel Douglas 1944 -1979

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