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The team of founding members of the Toronto Theatre Organ Society.
Looking across Bay Street at Shea's.
Shea's Hippodrome as it appeared in 1941.
Shea's lobby.
Shea's lobby.
Looking from the stage to the seating area at Shea's.
The stage area of Shea's Hippodrome.
Kathleen Stokes. Kay was organist on CBC radio with the "Happy Gang". This photo was taken in the early 1930's.
Quentin Maclean, 1896-1962 Born in London, England, Maclean went to Leipzig in 1912 to complete his musical studies. In England he performed as an organist, chiefly at Westminster Cathedral, in cinema halls, and on the BBC, where the artist performed the British première of Hindemith's Concerto for organ. He moved to Toronto in 1939, where he found employment as an organist at Holy Rosary Church, Shea's Hippodrome, the Victoria Theatre and on CBC radio, among other places.
Casa Loma in Toronto, Ontario Canada. The current home of the Wurlitzer Theatre Organ.

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