Canadian Culture Thing postcard CCT0145
View of Liberty Street looking east from Dufferin. A large storage of artillery shells produced in King and Dufferin factories (now Liberty Village) during the First World War c1917. By 1917, Canada produced one-third of all British shells. Faced with scarce labour, munition factories hired 30,000 women producing $2 million worth of goods per day.
- Maple Leaf Forever Stamp: Charlotte Hegele
- Postcard size: 10cm x 15cm / 4" x 6"
- Made in Canada